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January 25, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-25

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Haifa`Mayor-Elect Aliiiogi Raps knuckles
of Envoys Who Distort Israel's Image

I

5-Point Energy Conservation Plan Offered to Synagogues

NEW YORK — A five-point parking lots should be used urged to curtail their own ing and heating should be
energy conservation plan to as staging areas for car pciols. private use of energy, partic- turned off in all unused rooms
and areas. Outdoor display
be implemented by member Synagogue daily p r a y e r ularly on the Sabbath.
4. Synagogue thermostats and ornamental 1 i g h t i n g
congregations of the Union of schedules can be coordinated
should be reset to the mini- should be turned off when not
Orthodox Jewish Congrega- accordingly.
3. Congregants should be mum tolerable levels. Light- n e c e s s a r y. Air-condition-
tions of America was an-
ing should be used sparingly,
nounced h e r e as "a key
with the thermostat at the
weapon in the fight against
highest comfortable setting.
‘ Drug
Arab oil blackmail."
5. All synagogue building
Harold M. Jacobs, presi- 7777 • 7
and remodeling d e s i g n s
W
dent of the UOJCA, said the
should be reviewed to insure
plan, to be observed from
NEW YORK — Psychedelic kauf Graduate School, whose maximum use of thermal in-
coast to coast, would affect
users delude themselves v i e w s are presented in a sulation and existing light.
of synagogue drug
all aspects
all
with the possibility of an "in- monograph "Psychedelic-
Heating and cooling system
,
service.
Noting that waste is also stant revelation or with a Drugs and Religious Consci- should be chosen with an' eye
a sin in the eyes of Jewish minute-made God," accord- ousness," just published by towards maximum fuel econ-
law, and that the synagogue ing to Dr. Menachem M. the National Council of Young omy and flexibility.
has the obligation to set the Brayer, chairman of the de- Israel.
"T h e n e w phenomena
example for the community, partment of Jewish education
18 Israeli Scholars
Jacobs proposed the follow- at Yeshiva University's Fer- called psychedelia, the relig-
ions experience via drugs," to Visit U.S. CitieS
The Best To You
writes Dr. Brayer, "cannot be
NEW Y 0 R K — Eighteen
1. Synagogue programs be n ritam Resumes
more than a spiritual hallu-
re-evaluated to consolidate -••• •- •
cination or a poor mystical Israeli intellectuals will spend
e r s a t z experience. True, two weeks in American Jew-
If you would liberate me schedules and r e d u c e the M.E. Arms Sales
LONDON (JTA)—Foreign there may be an awakening ish communities, as partici-
you must be free.—R. W. time that heating and light-
ing need synagogue
be used. Where
practical,
office Secretary Sir Alec Douglas- of deeper religiousness for pants in the annual "Scholars-
Emerson.
Home told the House of those who have already es- in-Residence" program, spon-
SI(• .. .
hours
be reduced,
and Commons that Britain was tablished religious Vorbilder, sored jointly by the American
small should
meetings
and functions
Bar Mitzvas, Weddings
FOR W.
and special occasions
resuming arms deliveries to or images, but psychedelic Zionist Youth Federation and
ISM •S
held in private homes.._
EH
drugs can never change an the American Zionist Federa-
Garson Zeltzer ,
East. the foreign atheist into a religionist, or a tion.
2. Suburban synagogue the Middle
BIG BANDS OR
In his address,
The program will span two
SMALL COMBOS
Photography
secretary welcomed the Is- nonbeliever into a hasid."
months, with the first "schol-
Dr.
Brayer
points
out
that
raeli-Egyptian
disengagement
545-3646 or 354-2120
Poles, Germans Train
pact, which, he said, though the taking of hallucinogenic ars" arriving in mid-January
for Desert Warfare - it does not go so far as guar- drugs from marijuana to and the last few leaving in
VIENNA (ZINS)—The Aus- anteeing peace, certainly re- LSD is against Jewish tradi- mid-March.
While in his host commun-
trian paper Courier reports duces very sharply the dan- tion. "Jewish tradition for-
that two Polish and East ger of renewed military con- bids injury to one's self or ity, the "scholar" will give
German divisions are re- frontations between the two others. If such is the case concentrated exposure to
ceiving special training in
with physical injury, the matters of Jewish interest
sides.
desert tank warfare.
In these circumstances, he g greater is the prohibition and to concerns of Israel. He
• Invitations • Gifts • Favors
Soldiers boil their drinking
mental injury, will meet primarily with Jew-
said, the British government against
• Stationery • Party Planning
water, receive inoculations
through psychedelic inges- ish college students on nearby
has decided to waive its pre-
against desert diseases and vious ban on the supply of tion, which affects both the campuses, but also will meet
practice
long
marches
on
psyche and the soma alike with teen-agers and adults in
WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS
arms to the "battlefield coun- with serious repercussions." groups and seminars.
desert-type terrain. Com-
SWEET 16 & SHOWERS
Those who induce others to.
manding officers received tries." This would seem to
BAR MITZVAS
their
special training in the apply to Israel and those take harniful drugs, accord- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16300 North Park Drive ( at North Park Place)
Arab
countries
bordering
on
ing to Dr. Brayer,- act con- Friday, January 25, 1974-37
Sudan.
357-3111
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trary to Halakha—in injuring
The press report under- it.
Countries such as Saudi their fellow man.
9:30-4:30 Mon.-Sat.
scored that there is no desert
In addition to injuring one's
in all of western or eastern Arabia were never consid-
Larry Freedman
Europe. The Courier reporter ered "battlefield countries" self, use of hallucinogenic
Orchestra and Entertainment
. hints that the only posSible and were exempted from the drugs by future parents falls
explanation for these exer- previous ban. into the category of hahovel
behaveiro, one who causes
cises is that these Soviet-
Every path of your own is harm to others, in this case
; controlled military units
I.
could be deployed against the path of fate. Keep on their own children, who will
your
own
track
then.
—H.
D.
pay
the
consequences
by
de
Israel in the event of a new
MOVIE MEMORIES
formity and mental retarda-
Thoreau.
Middle East war.
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tion, he said.
Wedding
Bar Mitzva

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Mayor-
elect Joseph Almogi of Haifa
accused Israeli representa-
tives overseas of painting a
dark picture of the situation
here in order to raise more
concern for Israel.
Almogi, who was minister
of labor in the outgoing Meir
_government, returned from
a tour of the -U.S. "I intend
to tell Finance Minister
(Pinhas) Sapir and the heads
f the Jewish Agency that
current Israeli information
in the U.S. is all wrong," he
said.
lmogi conceded that

Israelis were badly in need
of morale boosters and said
that present confusion and
uncertainties here are re-
flected in Jewish communi-
ties abroad and have an ad-
verse effect.
Meanwhile, a campaign to
boost morale was launched
here at the initiative of the
Israeli Advertisers Associa-
tion.
Its slogan, "We Shall Over-
come," borrowed from the
civil rights movement in the
U.S., has been plastered on
buses, taxis and road signs
over the picture of a smiling
Israeli. If the advertisers
have their way, the slogan
will become part of every-
day greetings.

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Soviet Jew Gets 2 Years in Jail

NEW YORK (JTA)—Mark
Lutskier, a 24-year-old mathe-
matics student from Kiev,
has been sentenced to two
yeat's' imprisonment for draft
evasion as a result of his
attempts to obtain an exit
visa, the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry reported.
The SSSJ said it learned
from a telephone call to Kiev
that Lutskier was expelled
from Veronesh UniverSity in
the Ukraine when he applied
for a character reference,
the first step in the visa
process.
He left Kiev for Kutaisi in
Soviet Georgia to apply for
a visa there, inasmuch as
visas are more readily grant-
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SSSJ said. But Soviet authori-
ties sent him a draft notice.
His efforts to appeal the
notice led to his recent trial

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and sentence, according to
the SSSJ.
They said the telephone
connection with Kiev was cut
off before additional informa-
tion could be obtained.
Sen. John V. Tunney (D.,
Calif.), in letters to President
Nixon and Communist Party
Chairman Leonid Brezhnev,
has urged that Boris Ruben-
stein be allowed to emigrate
from. Russia to Israel.
Rubenstein, a physicist,
has been denied a visa on
several occasions since he
first applied to emigrate with
his wife and child.
The Rubenstein family is
also on a list which has been
presented to Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger so that
he could appeal to the Soviet
government in their behalf.
The senator announced
that he had been informed
by a constituent that her
cousin, Theodore Kroncher,
and his family of Moscow,
have been allowed to emi-
grate to Israel after appeals
were made by the senator's
office.
Sen. Tunney is a co-sponsor
of the Jackson Amendment
in the Senate.

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AJCongress to Hold
Convention in Israel

NEW YORK — The Amer-_
iean Jewish Congress will
hold its national convention
next month in two hotels —
the Roosevelt in New York
City and the King David in
Jerusalem..
From Feb. 16 to 18, some
500 convention delegates from
throughout the United States
will gather in New York for
the AJC's biennial policy-
setting meeting and election.
More than 100 delegates
then will board an El Al jet
for an eight-day convention
mission to Israel, AJC's first
in Israel.
The organization originally
had planned to convene in
Miami Beach in May. The
date and place were changed
to make possible a convention
mission to Israel, aimed at
demonstrating "our complete
solidarity with the people of
Israel at this critical moment
in their—and our—history.'

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