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October 26, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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relaxing on the Golan
Heights; Russian missiles
trying to relax in Israeli
planes; Russian shells relax-
ing in Israeli kibutzim."
The president of the Inter-
national Ladies Garment
Workers' Union reported that
the officers of the union had
each pledged to volunteer a
week's pay to the Histadrut
and that the rank-and-file of
the 325,000-member union
would be asked to give what-
ever they could.
Other strong statements for
Israel came from scores of
unions.
Messages of support to Is-
rael were issued by statewide
fer- 'Ions of labor in New
Yoe , -California, Texas, Ken-
tucky, Florida, Idaho, Min-
nesota, New Jersey, Wyo-
ming, New Mexico and West
Virginia.
On Saturday, U.S. maritime
unions said they would boy-
cott handling of all cargo and
ships bound for the Soviet
Union unless the Kremlin
halted its aid to the Arabs in
the war. Later, with the war
over, they said the boycott
would be held as scheduled
unless Arab nations continue
oil shipments to the U.S.
The boycott was aimed
primarily at the remainder of
the shipment of U.S. wheat
and corn and the massive
grain deal the administration
negotiated last year.
But Thomas W. Gleason,
president of the International
Longshoremen's Association,

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW

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United Methodist Church; Dr. their support of Israel's right
J. H. Jackson, president of to exist with defensible bor-
OFFICIAL
AGENCY
the National Baptist Conven- ders a n d condemned the
tion; Rev. John T. Pawlikow- Egyptian and Syrian assault
ski, dean of the Catholic on - Israel. These included
Theological Union ; a n d leaders in the Polish Ameri-
can Congress, Japanese
others.
(One sour note came out American Citizens League
of the National Council of and Hellenic Council on Ed-
Churches governing board, ucation and Catholic leaders
which on Oct. 17 passed a concerned with ethnic affairs.
resolution on the Middle East.
War
14K yellow solid gold horizontal-oval
(The resolution failed to
War is low and despicable,
bracelet watch with brown suede
I morally condemn Egypt and
dial.
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Syria for their aggression. and I had rather be smitten
to
shreds
than
participate
in
It called upon the U.S. gov-
ernment to effect an "immed- such doings. —Albert Ein-
AUTHORIZED
iate mutual cessation of arms stein.
shipments" to both sides,
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placing the responsibility up-
on the U.S. government.
(Observers noted that the
governing board session was
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pro-Arab lobby, but of the
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Radio Officers, Maritime NCC staff.)
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Leaders of various ethnic
Engineers and Masters,
World-Wide Delsvery
groups in the U.S. expressed
Mates and Pilots.
A group of black trade un-
ionists, in a full-page ad
sponsored by the A. Philip
Randolph Institute in the New
York Times, pledged their
solidarity with Israel.
Describing the Jewish state
as a "society that breathes
the spirit of democracy with-
out which free trade unions
could not exist," the state-
ment appealed to the U.S.
government to provide Israel
with whatever arms it re-
quired to defend itself and
urged the Arab states to sit
down with Israel at the ne-
gotiating table.
Among the signers of the
ad were Detroiters Leonard
Lewis Jr., Amalgamated
Clothing Workers Union; Hor-
ace Sheffield, United Auto-
mobile Workers ; William
Stodghill, Service Employes
International Union; and
Thomas Turner, Metropolitan
District Council; and Albert
Jones of Lansing, United Auto
Workers.
A number of Christian
leaders also gave heartening
support to Israel in the con-
flict. Rev. Franklin H. Lit-
tell, president of Christians
Concerned for Israel, wrote
to the New York Times:
"Now is the time for Chris-
tians who have learned the
lessons of the German church
struggle of 1933-1945 and of
the Holocaust to come to the
vocal and practical support
of Israel and to demand of
Annual Rate
civilized governments spe-
cific actions to end gunpoint
on Regular Pa*sbook
Savings Accounts.
diplomacy."
Compounded and paid
Sr. Frances Borgia Roth-
quarterly with interest
luebber, president of t h e
computed from date of
Leadership Conference of
deposit to date of
Women Religious, cabled
withdrawal,
Pape Paul VI urging him to
"speak out before the peoples
of the world to condemn this
criminal act of war, to ac-
knowledge Israel's right to
exist securely within the fam-
ily of nations and at the same
certificate accounts. However, the federal govern-
At American Savings you come out on top again
time to use your influence to
ment requires certain interest penalties for with-
with our new, higher 5.25% annual interest rate
bring all parties in the con-
drawing from certificate accounts before maturity.
on regular _passbook savings. And to make
So we suggest you keep a sufficient portion of
flict to the peace table."
money matters even better, we figure your interest
your funds in our regular account. That way
right from date of deposit to date of withdrawal
Rev. Malcolm Boyd, Epis-
you won't get caught short by an emergency.
compounded and paid quarterly. This gives
copal priest and author,
And you'll be earning the highest interest on
you an effective annual yield of 5.355%.
stated: "Christians betrayed
regular savings in Michigan!
Of course, we offer even higher rates on our
Jews in both America and Is-
rael at the time of the Six-
Day War in 1967 by failing
to offer them full and un-
equivocal support in that mo-
ment of crisis. This failure
must not be repeated by
Christians now."
Other pro-Israel statements
were issued by Dr. Arnold
Accounts insured to $20,000 by Federal Savings 8 Loan Insurance Corporation
T. Olson, president of the
Evangelical Free Church of
Main Office: 24700 Northwestern Hwy., Southfield 48075 (313) 354-1300 • Offices throughout Metropolitan Detroit
America; Dr. Robert W. Hus-
ton, chief ecumenical officer.

said the boycott would in-
volve a refusal to handle any
cargoes or vessels involved
in trade with the Soviet
Union.
Other unions supporting the
boycott were the National
Maritime Union, Seafarers-

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