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December 07, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-07

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Hertz Due Back

Dr. Richard C. Hertz, sen-
ior rabbi of Temple Beth El,
will be back in the pulpit
Saturday to preach at Sab-
bath services on "What
Makes A Good Brother?"
Dr. Hertz has been hos-
pitalized with pericarditis (an
inflammation in membrane
enclosing the heart) but has
now resumed his duties at
Temple Beth El.

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No Anti-Semitic Backlash Seen in Response to Energy Crunch

By BEN GALLOB
watch. These incidents have
JTA Staff Writer
included hostile bumper
NEW YORK (JTA)—Jew.. stickers, editorials and let-
ish community relations lead- ters to newspaper editors.
ers have reported that—de-
The theme of the bumper
spite widespread fears among stickers, originally reported
American Jews of an anti- as having been seen in some
Semitic backlash stemming Midwest areas, including
from the energy crunch — Michigan, and more recently
there has been no evidence to in New York, is: "We don't
date of any significant anti- need Jews but we do need
Semitic reaction in the U.S. oil."
ENROLL, EARN YOUR DEGREE stemming from the energy
The agencies asked by the
of Bachelors of Bible Philosophy crisis.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
(B.Ph.B.), Master of Bible Philos-
There also was agreement for reports on the problem
ophy (M.Ph.B.), Graduate of Bi-
ble Philosophy (G.Ph.B.), or Doc- among spokesmen for four were the National Jewish
tor of Divinity (D.D.) Chartered national community relations
Community Relations Advis-
by State Correspondence Courses
only. Please write for FREE agencies that scattered inci- ory Council, American Jew-
BOOKLET.
dents, suggesting such a de- ish Congress, Anti-Defama-
'RICAN BIBLE INSTITUTE velopment, required attention, tion League of Bnai Brith
Dept. ,TL, P.O. Box 4878,
and they reported that their and the American Jewish
Kansas City, Mo. 64114
agencies were keeping a close Committee.
The spokesman for the
NJCRAC summarized infor-
mation from many of the 95
local Jewish community re-
lations councils affiliated
with the NJCRAC. He said
that evaluation excluded "the
obviously crackpot and ap-
December 16, 1973-December 26, 1973 $ 5 99
parently organized lunatic
January 13, 1974-January 23, 1974
fringe activities."
ALL
February 3, 1974-February 13, 1974
The ADL recently an-
INCLUSIVE
nounced plans for an educa-
Air Fare — Ten Day Hotels — All Meals — Tours
tional campaign on the en-
LECTURES BRIEFINGS SPECIAL VISITS
ergy crisis aimed at the gen-
eral public, to be conducted
Call 557-2171 for information and reservations
through its national and re-
gional offices. Epstein said a
first step had been publica-
tion of a pamphlet, "Oil and
United States Mideast Pol-
icy," which he said had been
sent to leaders in govern-
STILL THE WORLD'S LARGEST
ment, business and other
states.
The spokesman for the
American Jewish Committee
Free Loaners
said that "at this point"
there did not seem to be any
significant problem.
He said the agency was
receiving reports regularly of
the hostile bumper stickers,
spotted in almost every re-
For the Best Deal
gion of the country. He said
on the New "74's"
Americans putting such stick-
RED STOTSKY ers on their cars or writing
MILT LEVIN
Call 863 9300 such letters to their news-
Call 863 9300
papers should - not be dis-
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missed automatically as
members of the lunatic
fringe.
Holland Demands
Israel Evacuate
Occupied Territories
AMSTERDAM (JTA)—The
Netherlands government

Detroit Zionist Federation

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Tuesday called for Israel's
total evacuation of the occu-
pied territories.
The official statement, is-
sued by the foreign ministry,
stated that Israel in principle
must evacuate all the occu-
pied territories because ac-
quisition of territory by
means of force is inadmissa-
ble.
It is an obvious concession
to recent Arab demands that
the Netherlands issue a uni-
lateral declaration amending
its allegedly pro-Israel atti-
tude in the Middle East if
the oil boycott is to be lifted.
It is a sharp departure
from Holland's outright re-
fusal in Brussels to promise
any concessions to the Arab
nations or apologize for the
Dutch Mideast policy.
In Washington,. Sen. Rich-
ard S. Schweiker (R. Pa.) de-
manded that the U.S. sever
trade relations with the Sov-
iet Union until the Arab oil
embargo against America is
ended.
Introducing a resolution
Monday to that effect, he
declared that the "Soviet Un-
ion could end the Arab oil
embargo tomorrow if they
wanted to. I think we should
make them want to."
Schweiker declared fur-
ther: "I am for true detente
but detente is false as long
as the Soviet Union does
nothing about irresponsible
policies of its Arab allies
against the U.S."
Sen. Howard W. Cannon
(D. Nev.) said Sunday night
that the United States can
ease its fuel shortage not "by
selling out Israel or any other
nation" but by the "develop-
ment of a national energy
policy, in the wise use of en-

ergy we have and the devel-
opment of new and better
energy sources."
Addressing some 500 peo-
ple at the annual awards din-
ner of the National Commit-
tee for Furtherance of Jew-
ish Education at the Statler-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hilton Hotel in New York,
Cannon urged the United
States to turn away from us-
ing oil as its major source of
energy. He said unless it
does so, it will be in danger
of Arab blackmail as has
Western Europe and Japan.

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