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January 18, 1974 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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26—Friday, January 18, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Zionist Federation Designates
Aliya Month, Feb. 10-March 10

NEW YORK (JTA)—Fol-
lowing the issuance of a call
for aliya by the World
Zionist Organization, the
American Zionist Federation
has designated Feb. 10-
March 10 as Aliya Month in
the United States, it was an-
nounced by Rabbi Israel
Miller, AZF president.
The call for aliya, issued
by the AZF was endorsed by
Golda Meir in a letter sta-
ting: "Aliya is our lifeblood.
Confident in our own stand,
convinced of our inherent
ability to overcome all diffi-
culties, believing in the Jew-
ish people, I call upon you:
Come to Israel and build the
land."
Rabbi Miller said that the
AZF's 13 national member-
ship organizations, and its
affiliated Zionist Federations
will conduct an active cam-
paign for aliya by Americans

in cooperation with the WZO-
American Section, the 17 of-
fices of the Israel Aliya Cen-
ter throughout the U.S. and
the Association of Americans
and Canadians for Aliya.
The official launching of
the campaign will be in New
York Feb. 10 at the Del-
monico Hotel. The call for
aliya of the WZO issued by
Leon Dulzin, acting chairman
of the WZO Executive,
stressed the "imperative"
need for aliya following the
Yom Kippur War.

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Parley in Tel Aviv

NEW YORK — The Chaim
Rosenberg School of Jewish
Studies at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity will sponsor a seminar
on "Violence and Defense in
Jewish History and con-
temporary Life." Aug. 18-
Sept. 5 at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity.
Prof. Salo W. Baron will
serve as chairman. Scholars
and lecturers from the U.S.,
Europe and Israi‘l will :Par-
ticipate.
A series of panel confer-
ences on the theme of the
seminar in its various aspec!.s
also Nv i 1 1 be held. These con-
ferences will be open to the
public.

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Israel Currency
Devaluation Seen

GENEVA (ZINS)—Swiss fi-
nancial circles are predict-
ing with certainty a "drastic
develuation" of the Israel
currency this spring from the
present rate of U. S. $1 =
IL 4.20 to IL 6 or even 7.
These same experts had
foreseen the devaluations of
Goldmaim: Israel
the Japanese yen, the Ger-
Not in Real Danger man mark and the American
ZURICH (JTA) —Dr.' Na- dollar. Israeli economists con-
hum Golcimann, president of cur in their estimates, saying
the World Jewish Congress, that a new devaluation is "in-
said in an address to the gov- evitable."
erning council of the Con-
The Israeli experts antici-
gress which met here: "The pate that the new rate will
Jewish people are always in- be fixed at U. S. $1 = IL 7.
clined to exaggerate in their I Of late, the authorities have
reactions to developments, i been cracking down on deal-
and to veer . from excessive j ers in illegal currency trans-
enthusiasm to excessive des- actions, making several ar-
pair. The objective situation I rests and holding the suspects
of Israel is by far not as for further interrogation. This
bad as many Jews assume it has driven many dealers
to be. here is no danger to under cover, making the dol-
lar scarcer and therefore
the security of Israel."
He observed that "Neither more expensive. The present
are the Arabs now or in the black market rate is quoted
foreseeable future strong at IL 5.10 to the U. S. dollar.
enough to defeat or destroy
Israel. Nor would the United Chabad Philosophy
States, and also some other Explored in N. Y.
nations, stand by if Israel
NEW YORK (LNS) — The
were to Me real danger and
her survival were threatend." Chabad Research Center and
Dr. Goldmann added that Kehot Publication Society
have announced publication
details of frontiers and se- of the second volume on the
curity arrangements. should ' life and thought of the foun-
be left to the Israelis them- der of Chabad, Rabbi Schneur
selves.
Zalman of Liadi.
The first volume, a com-
Hebrew U. Conclave prehensive biography of the
Focuses on Finances founder by the same author,
JERUSALEM — The lead- appeared in 1969 and was re-
ing officers of the board of printed in 1971.
governors of the Hebrew
This new volume presents,
Universilty, together with for the first time in English,
representatives of the Friends an original interpretation of
organizations a r o u n d the Chabad, in terms of a gen-
world and from Israel, met eral outline of Rabbi Schneur
here with the university's ad- Zalman's philosophical sys-
ministrative and academic tem, based on the main
leadership to discuss the streams of Jewish thought,
financial and other problems Halakha, Kabala and Ha-
that have arisen as a result kira, the normative, mystical
and rational aspects of Juda-
of the Yom Kippur War.
Discussion focused in par- ism.
ticular on the effects of the
war on both the regular op- London Magazine 25
erations budget and the uni-
LONDON (JTA)—The Lon-
versity's development pro- don Jewish Quarterly, the
jects.
literary magazine edited by
Jacob Sonntag, is celebrating
its 25th anniversary.
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