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January 11, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-11

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Jewish Leaders Hear Kissinger Ad Brings Job to Woman Cantor

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
group of Jewish leaders had
a "warm and cordial" meet-
ing recently with Secretary
of State Kissinger in his
Washington office, according
to Jacob Stein, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish
organizations, one of the par-
ticipants.
Stein said the "full and
frank" discussions dealt with
all issues related to the Mid-
dle East situation. He called
the meeting one of a series
between Jewish leaders and
key government officials.
Also attending were Paul
Zuckerman, general chair-
man, United Jewish Appeal;
Max Fisher, former presi-
dent Council of Jewish Fed-
and Welfare Funds;

Rabbi Israel Miller, chair-
man, American Zionist Fed-
eration; Raymond Epstein,
CJF president; Rabbi Arthur
Hertzberg, president, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; David
Blumberg, president, Bnai
Brith; Louis Cole, president,
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council;
and Rabbi Louis Bernstein,
president, Rabbinical Council
of America.
Also attending were Mel-
vin Dubinsky, president, Uni-
ted Israel Appeal; Rabbi Ju-
dah Naiditch, president, Rab-
binical Assembly; and Rabbi
Alexander Schindler, presi-
dent, Union of American He-
brew Congregations. Leonard
Garment, counsel to Presi-
dent Nixon, participated in
the meeting, Stein said.

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BY BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

NEW YORK—When Hilda
Abravaya was engaged for
her first cantorial post, she
reportedly was the only worn-
an cantor in New York State.
She may be the only cantor
to have obtained a post
through a situation-wanted
advertisement in a daily
newspaper.
Needing a cantor, Temple
Beth Shalom of Flushing had
applied to the School of
Sacred Music, the cantorial
school of the Jewish Insti-

Arab Oil: A Case
of 'Simple Greed'

By PHIL BAUM

(Baum is associate execu-
tive director of the American
Jewish Congress and director of
its Commission on International
Affairs.)
It is ironic that the oil

weapon should be wielded so
stringently by Saudi Arabia,
with which the United States
has a long-standing bilateral
treaty guaranteeing each
partner most-favored-nation
treatment. This means at
the very least that neither
country will exact of the
other trade terms harsher
than those demanded of any
third power.
This provision is flagrantly
and totally violated by the
current Saudi Arabian em-
bargo against the United
States. So much for the
trustworthiness of treaties
with the Arab countries.
The Arab states cannot
drink their oil; neither can
they eat their dollars. For
their fantastic wealth to have
economic meaning, they must
be able to purchase the goods
and services provided by the
industrial nations. A concert-
ed policy of withholding
those commodities from coun-
tries that embargo or re-
strict fuel production is the
only rational response to the
wildly escalating demands by
Arab rulers.
If these policies are not
adopted shortly, we can look
forward to more extortionate
price increases — preceded,
no doubt, by extortionate pol-
itical demands intended to
disguise and make respect-
able a policy of crude, bla-
tant and apparently limitless
profiteering.

tute of Religion, in New York.
The best of the available
cantorial school graduates
proved to be unsatisfactory.
Rabbi Herschel Levin saw
the ad placed by Miss Abra-
Liners and display classified ads accepted from
vaya. After an interview and
responsible firms or individuals by telephone
audition, she was approved
by the congregation in 1971.
up to 2 p.m., Wednesday. For rates and
Rabbi Levin said there
information
.. .
had been a little resistance
among the congregants, a re-
sistance that had diminished
steadily since she was in-
itially engaged on a three-
month provisional agreement.
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She then received a two-year 10—ROOMS FOR RENT
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her with introducing a great 7653
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VE 7-4068 days
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Fight Is On
for Genocide
Convention

Major issues facing the
U.S. Senate when it gets into
session again next week will
include ratification of the UN
Genocide Convention.
Opposition from the Amer-
ican Bar Association may
again delay action on the
major issue outlawing de-
struction of entire commu-
nities as under Nazism.
Senator Jacob Javits is
leading the fight for ratifica-
tion of the Genocide Conven-
tion. A national committee
that has been urging immedi-
ate action by the Senate is
headed by Arthur Goldberg.

Funds for Education
Topic of AJCongress

AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE
DIAMOND, RUBY, EMERALD and SAPPHIRE RINGS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS . Friday, January 11, 1974-39

NEW YORK (JTA)—Some
50 Jewish educators repre-
senting Orthodox, Conserva-
tive,' Reform and secular
Jewish education have
agreed to form • a working
committee to explore and
recommend measures to
finance adequately all forms
of Jewish education, accord-
ing to the American Jewish
Congress. The educators met
at a conference on the future
of Jewish education in Amer-
ica sponsored by the AJC.
The working committee
also will seek measures to
increase enrollment in all
forms of Jewish education
through persuasion and,
where necessady by direct
education subsidies, AJCon-
gress officials said.

Friendship
It should be our endeavor
to cultivate the peace and
friendship of every nation,
even of that which has in-
jured us most, when we shall
have carried our point
against her. — Thomas Jef-
ferson.

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