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December 21, 1973 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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1 UN Envoy Rosenne Named to Board

Research Goes On War or No War

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) chairman of the appeal board
—Ambassador Shabtai Ros- of the Inter-Governmental
enne, Israel's permanent rep- Committee for European Mi-
resentative to the -UN in gration.
Geneva, has been elected
Rosenne is presently in

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, Dec. 21, 1973

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This small army postcard scribbled over with complex chemical formulae was
sent by a student of Weizmann Institute's Feinberg Graduate School now stationed on
the Suez Canal to Dr. Avraham Oplatka of the institute's polymer research department.
Called away suddenly from his laboratory experiments, the young citizen soldier de-
cided to write up his lab report from the front. "Firing here has • just stopped for a
while and I'm hastening to send you this brief report on the experiment I carried out
just before I was called up, so that you can continue our work," Reuven T. wrote to
Dr. Oplatka, his supervisor, in a research project concerning the mechanisms of
muscle contraction. The research project is funded in part by the Muscular Dystrophy
Association of America.

He urged action by Ameri-
can Jews to urge Congress
and the White House to ad-
here to the friendly role for
guts in time of crisis," he Israel and to overcome prop-
added, and he expressed the aganda stemming from Arab
view that the American and anti-Israel sources.
position will not be one of
pressure upon Israel and that
IF YOU TURN THE
it will remain one of friend-
ship under President Nixon's
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
leadership.
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
"Politicization" in the arm-
ed forces in Israel was de-
plored by Torczyner who
expressed the view that the
Meir government will lose
some seats in the coming
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
election.

During the past 4 years, over 13,000 new car customers like yourself have
come to rely on Tamaroff Buick. And they have come to trust the Tamaroff

Torczyner Expresses Confidence
in Kissinger, President Nixon

service department to keep their cars in top shape throughout the year.

Jacques Torczyner, chair-
man of the administrative
committee of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and a
member of the executive of
the American Section of the
Jewish Agency, addressing
the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, Dec. 13, credited the
Nixon-Kissinger speedy ac-
tion in Israel's defense dur-
ing the Yom Kippur War with
rescuing the Jewish state
from great danger.
Torczyner said that Israel,
left without shells for the
armed forces' weapons on
the third day after the
Egyptian-Syrian attacks, was
faced with calamity, had it
not been for the help pro-
vided by President Nixon.
He rejected fears over the
attitudes of Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger.
Submitting that some have
likened him to Walter Rathe-
nau during the crises in Ger-
many, he said it would be
more realistic to view him
in the role of another Jew,
Georges Mandel of France,
who acted courageously in
Jewish defense.
"The U. S. airlift for Is-
rael in time of need was a
great morale builder for the
embattled people," Torczyner
said.
He pointed out that when
the Austrian crisis occurred
over Schoenau only Presi-
dent Nixon spoke out firmly
against Chancellor Kreisky.
"Kissinger showed he had

Michigan. It makes sense that the state's largest dealer will provide the

Living Standards
Soared Before War

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Central Bureau of Statistics
reports that in the nine
months preceding the Yom
Kippur War, 32,500 cars
were purchased in Israel. In
addition, 70,300 TV sets,
72,600 washing machines and
55,000 refrigerators were
bought — an average rise of
31 per cent over the same
period last year.

There are a thousand hack-
ing at the branches of evil to
one who is striking at the
root. —Henry David Thoreau.

So many people, in fact, have come to Tamaroff for Buicks, Opels and the

new Honda cars that Tamaroff Buick is now the largest Buick dealer in

kind of prices, service—and that "little something extra" —that will keep

his customers coming back year after year. Make this your year for a Buick.

Make this your year for Tamaroff Buick.

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TaMaROFF

BUICK • OPEL • HONDA
Telegraph & 12 Mile
Across from Tel-12 Mall

Do you really need
all the electrici you'll
use today?

You can't take electricity
for granted anymore.
So use only what you
really need. After 9 p.m. and
on weekends is the best time.
By reducing daytime use
you can help save oil and gas
which are in critically short
supply.
Wait until after 9 p.m. to
start your dishwasher or clothes
dryer. Turn out lights when
you leave a room. You can
think of many more yourself.
If you have questions,
call our Energy Conservation
Advisor at 237-9161 or your
local Edison office.

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New York attending the Gen-
eral Assembly as a member
of the Israeli delegation.

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