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November 30, 1973 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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‘. Buys

Bonds

e t,
.
*P israelz soldiers defend me
. . . The Syrian rocket which
hit Yalta,/ village and caused
destruction didn't distinguish
between Arabs and Jews, did
it?"
J a m i I Ihbeis, an Israeli
Arab, a welder, was explain-
ing why he was buying Israeli
Bonds.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Volunteers Needed for Israel Service Cantors Buy Bonds for Israel
by the agency, which repre- applicants are carefully

The shooting war may be
over, but Israel's need for
volunteers continues, accord-
ing to the two agencies which
have been recruiting young
adults to serve in the current
emergency.
Nimrod Katz, executive di-
rector of the Kibutz Aliya
Desk, said a national recruit-
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sents the 240 kibutzim of
Israel.
The Israeli collective
farms, faced with a harvest,
need volunteers to help the
youngsters and older men
and women to bring in the
crops and work in the ser-
vice branches of the kibutz-
im, Katz said,
He added that despite the
cease fire, no one can predict
how long the Israeli govern-
ment will keep its militar"
reservists in uniform.
The Kibutz Aliya Desk
seeks young adults to serve
for a minimum of three
months on the kibutzim
represented by the desk.

At the same time, the
American Zionist Youth
Foundation is continuing its
recruitment of applicants age
18-30 to serve in the Sherut
La'am program. The special
program has sent hundreds
of volunteers since the out-
break of the war and will do
so for some time to come,
according to Cathy Gay, na-
tional coordinator. Partici-
pants must pledge to spend
at least six months in Israel.
working at nonmilitary tasks
on kibutzim.
After the initial screening,

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AMERICAN EXPRESS

These members of the Tri-State region of the Cantors
Assembly, all members of the executive council, joined in
the unanimous vote to make an additional purchase of
Israel Bonds in the amount of $25,000. Shown are, from
left, Cantors Robert Shapiro of Toledo's Temple Bnai Israel;
Louis Klein of Bnai Moshe; Saul Meisels of Cleveland's
Temple on the Heights; Jacob Barkin of Shaarey Zedek;
and Moses Silverman of Chicago's Anshe Emet Synagogue.

Israeli Counselor at Tamarack
Killed in War; Memorial Planned

of life and his ability to in-
fuse his love of Israel to
others.
Bayer hopes that those who
remember Shmueli will join
in an effort to perpetuate
his memory by planting
trees. Checks can be made
Avi Shmueli, 27, died Nov. out to the Jewish National
16 of burn injuries sustained Fund and mailed to Bayer
when his jeep ran over a at 6873 E. Knoliwood, West

An Israeli counselor who
spent the summer of 1970
working at Camp Tamarack
in Ortonville was killed in
the Yom Kippur War, a
fellow counselor and close
friend was informed in De-
troit.

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More than 1.600 prominent
American businessmen and
Jewish communal leaders
gathered to celebrate the
50th anniversary of Tech-
nion, one of the largest sci-
entific and technical insti-
tutes in the world.

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Miss Gay said Sherut La'-
am would take only those
willing to make a real com-
mitment, not those who
"burst in here on the natural
impulse to do something."
When the bar broke out, vol-
unteers without any organi-
zational affiliation headed for
Israel; once there, they found
that there were no places for
them. It took time for the
kibutzim to realize that the
war wouldn't end in six days
and there would be a need
for volunteers.
Katz said the Kibutz Aliya
Desk has requests from kib-
utzim for 200 volunteers to
be sent as soon as possible.
He appealed for candidates.
Information on both pro-
grams can be obtained at the
Jewish Center Hebrew de-
partment, DI 1-4200.

Sen. Baker Says Oil Crisis Won't
Change U.S. Foreign Policy

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tested by psychologists and
social workers.
Israel expressly requested
that volunteers come in
groups through arrange-
ments made by Sherut La'-
am. Work assignments can-
not be made for those travel-
ing individually, and volun-
teers are urged not to do so.
Applicants must provide their
own airfare, but some schol-
arship aid is available.

land mine. His friend, De- Bloomfield. Notification of
troit social worker Jerry the planting wil lbe sent to
Bayer, learned of Shmueli's Shmueli's family. For in-
death through Bayer's formation, call Bayer at 626-
brother Ed, who lives in Is- 5029.
rael and who was in constant
attendance while Shmueli Latin Painter Shows
NEW YORK (JTA)—Sen. policy.
Howard H. Baker (R. Tenn.)
"I know the people of this was lying in a coma.
Works From Israel
Shmueli, a Sabra, was a
expressed unequivocal sup- country," Baker said. "The
NEW YORK—A total of 35
graduate
student
of
history
port of Israel and declared foreign policy of the U. S.
paintings of Israeli scenes by
and
international
relations
at
that the energy crisis will not will not be distorted. We will
the Hebrew University. He the Dominican Republic art-
change the U. S. foreign not be blackmailed by eco-
was highly respected at the ist, Guillo Perez, are on ex-
nomic sanctions."
university an showed great hibit here through Sunday by
Addressing the National promise in the foreign serv- the Israel-Ibero-American In
Jubilee Dinner of the Ameri- ice, Bayer said.
stitute at its Park Ave.
can Society for Technion-
Buried in his beloved gallery, in co-operation with
Israel Institute of Tech- Jerusalem, Shmueli leaves the Dominican UN Delega-
nology at the Americana his widowed mother and his tion to the U.S.
Hotel here, Baker also said wife.
One of the Israeli paintings
he fully supported the Nixon-
Bayer said Tamara ck by Perez is on permanent
Kissinger policy in the campers a n d counselors exhibit in the home of the
Middle East and the way would recall Shmueli's love president of Israel.
they handled the crisis "when
another great power," name-
ly the Soviet Union, wanted
to destroy Israel."
Michigan-Ohio Residents
At a press conference
17 days ISRAEL — London & Amsterdam
earlier in the evening, Baker
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Fifteen Nobel Prize scien-
tists joined the guests in in-
augurating the establishment
of the Samuel Neaman Insti-
tute of Advanced Studies in
Science and Technology at
Technion. The Israeli-born
founder Samuel Neaman was
guest of honor at the dinner.
E v el y n de Rothschild.
chairman of the International
Board of the Technion, told
the audience that 42 Tech-
nion students were killed in
the Yom Kippur War in addi-
tion to some staff members.

Collegians Spared
Credit Loss for War

JERUSALEM (JTA) —He-
brew University students
who are on active duty,
wounded or convalescing as
a result of the Yom Kippur
War have been assured that
the university will do all to
ensure that they do not lose
this academic year.

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