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June 21, 1974 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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Canada UIA to Build
Center in Jerusalem

annual meeting of the United
Israel Appeal of Canada an-
nounced the plan to construct
a new immigration absorp-
tion center in Jerusalem. The
project will cost IL 18,000;000
(about $4,500,000).
Friday, June 21, 1974-11



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Israeli Jets Hit Lebanese Terrorist
Camps in Wake of Attack on Shamir

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel
Air Force jets continued to
pound terrorist concentrations
in southeastern Lebanon
Wednesday morning. All air-
craft returned safely to their
bases, a military spokesman
Targets included terrorist
strongholds near the villages
of Hatzbiyeh and Rashin-el-
Wadi and other villages on
the western slopes of Mt.
Hermon. It was from this
area that four armed terror-
ists infiltrated Kibutz Shamir
last week and murdered four
The air raids Wednesday
and Tuesday are believed to
be delayed retaliation for
that outrage—the delay occa-
sioned by President Nixon's

visit to Israel over the week-
end. This was the first Is-
raeli air activity over Leba-
non since May 31.
Israeli planes also attacked
terrorist bases near Khreiba
in the so-called- "Fatahland"
area of southern Lebanon;
EM Arab, Kaifa, Rashiya-el-
Puhar and the Hatzbani
River gorge.
As Israeli forces completed
their evacuation of the larger
part of Syrian territory cap-
tured in the Yom Kippur
War Tuesday, Gen. Raphael
Eitan, commander of the
northern front, warned that
"should another war be im-
posed on us we shall return
stronger still."
Columns of Israeli tanks
roared past the reviewing


stand on a hillside near Tel
Shams to take up new posi-
tions west of the United Na-
tions buffer zone. At the
same time, soldiers of the
UN Disengagement Observ-
ers Force (UNDOF) entered
Tel Shams and the UN set up
advance headquarters at
Khar Arnaba near the new
Israeli lines.
Syrian forces reoccupied
the evacuated Yom Kippur
War enclave Thursday. Hun-
dreds of dispossessed villag-
ers are expected to return
The final phase of evacua-
tion is expected to be com-
pleted within the next five
days. It will find Israeli
forces occupying the pre-
Yom Kippur War lines, sep-
arated from Syrian forces by
a UN buffer zone 5-8 kilome-
ters wide.


(Continued from Rage 10)
not mean, however, that as
one goes through particular
phases there may not be
elements of uncertainty and
even elements of pain, but
we will face them with a
sense of partnership and
understanding," the secre-
tary added.
Kissinger announced that
Israel's foreign minister
Yigal Allon would visit Wash-
ington _next month, and Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin "at an
early date," to discuss fur-
ther progress toward a Mid-
dle East settlement.
The secretary said that con-
siddration of the Palestinian
question was "premature" at
this stage, adding that the
"most efficient way for the
Palestinians to be brought
into the process is through a
Jordanian negotiation-.42---
In Washington, Senate Fi-
Chief Rabbi Goren
Committee Chairman
Given Honoraiy DD nance
Russell Long (D., LA) ex-
NEW YORK—Israel's Chief pressed confidence That Kiss-
Rabbi Shlomo Goren was inger will solve the problem
awarded an honorary doctor- posed by Saudi King Feisal's
ate degree by Yeshiva Univer- demand to President Nixon
sity at a special convocation that Israel give up all ter-
ritory taken in the Six-Day
Dr. Samuel Belkin, univer- War, including East Jeru-
sity presdient conferred the salem.
doctor of divinity degree
Sen. Long, appearing on
upon Rabbi Goren.
NBC's "Meet the Press" pro-
It was Rabbi Goren's fourth gram, asked what he would
visit to Yeshiva University. do in the "dilemma" which
Israel's Chief Sephardic Rab- "seems to put the United
bi Ovadia Yosef was on the States squarely in the mid-
Yeshiva U. campus April 25 dle, since the United States
to speak to undergraduates is the only power able to
and take part in Israeli Inde- persuade Israel." Replying
pendence Day ceremonies.
that Kissinger was "doing
Rabbi Goren will address a wonderful job in trying to
the- Rabbinical Council of move us to peace in the Near
America's annual convention East," Long said: "What
meeting Monday in Miami would I do? I would sign my
Beach.. He is here for a two- name on a resolution expres-
week U.S. tour on behalf of sing confidence in Henry
Israel Bonds.

Trudeau. Tells Canada Support
for Israel at C.JC Assembly

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TORONTO (JTA) —Prime sidize the Jewish educational
Minister Pierre Elliott Tru- structure.
Sol Kanee of Winnipeg, a
deau Sunday spelled out
Canada's support of Israel's member of the board of the
right to exist "within secure Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
and recognized boundaries, repeated in his report, a po-
free from threats .and acts of sition, frequently challenged
force" ac-cording to the in the past, that the CJC and
terms of United Nations Se- the welfare fund structures
curity Council Resolution of Canadian communities
should merge their activities
His careful' definition of under supervision of a form
Canadian-Israel relation& was of -"community councils."
The merger proposal has
made in the course of a
foreign policy address at a been resisted particularly in
dinner honoring Saul Hayes, Toronto and Montreal, head-
who is retiring after 35 years quarters of the CJC whose
of service to the Canadian leaders have frequently stated
their strong opposition to
Jewish Congress.
Sydney M. Harris of Tor- merger with the Allied Jew-
onto was elected as the CJC's ish Community Services of
national president.
The tribute to Hayes, who
has served as executive di- 3 Chagall Windows
rector and executive vice in French Cathedral
president of the CJC, was
PARIS—Artist Marc Chag-
part of the organization's
17th plenary assembly which all attended the dedication of
three stained-glass windows
closed Tuesday.
Trudeau voice "concern" he created for a chapel of
over the situation of minority Rheims Cathedral.
The windows depict the
groups in the USSR and the
harassment of those who lives of Abraham and Jesus'
wish to leave the Soviet Un- mother, Mary, and the links
ion. But he did not specifical- of the kings of France with
their coronation cathedral.
ly mention Soviet Jews.
The installation of the win-
The gathering has placed
heavy emphasis on Jewish dows ended 50 years of res-
education, the main issue be- toration work on the church,
ing who decides to what de- ruined by the Germans in
gree public funds should sub- World War I.

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