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March 01, 1974 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-01

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Sheikh's Swan Lake
Sends British -Aflutter

Campaigners to Hear Dinitz, Yael Dayan

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LONDON — If the British
want to use kerosene lamps,
that's their business. Sheikh
al-Nakhiyan of Abu Dhabi,
the oil-rich Persian Gulf
state, kept on his nighttime
floodlights in the swan pond
he owns in Baxter, England.
During the national emerg-
ency, Baxter town council of-
ficials complained to police,
the 'artificial pond was kept
illuminated by powerful
lamps, at the insistence of
the sheikh. He said he wanted
to keep the swans safe from
foxes.

(Continued from Page 1)
Broadcasting Corporation.
Her initial visit to the Unit-,
ed States in 1956 was inter-
rupted by the advent of the
war between Israel and the
Egyptians. She returned to
her native land and enlisted
in the armed forces before
the normal age for conscrip-
tion. At age 17, she entered
officer's training school and
became a sub-lieutenant
training recruits.
Miss Dayan has studied
political science at the He-
brew 'University in Jerusa-

Reservations for the meet-
ing may be made by calling
the AJC-IEF offices, WO 5-
3939.

T

lem. She has traveled exten- which will be completed by
sively throughout Europe, that time.
South America, Asia and the
At the initial report meet-
United States.
ing, held last month at Cong.
Both her parents and her Shaarey Z e d e k, division
grandparents have been chairmen reported nearly 12,-
closely involved in the de- 000 pledges totalling $21,-
velopment of modern Israel. 126,584 for allocation to
Her mother Ruth is the head AJC-IEF beneficiaries serv-
of Maskit, Israel's celebrated ing Jews in the local com-
village of crafts and indus- munity, nationally, and over-
seas. The United Jewish Ap-
try.
peal is the chief AJC-IEF
At the March 10 report beneficiary.
meeting the campaign divi-
The 'March 10 breakfast
sion leaders will report on meeting is the last gathering
the achievements of the gen- for campaign workers before
eral campaign telethons the closing March '18 dinner.

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