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September 13, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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Vienna Promises to Relocate Its Transit Camp Following Protests

VIENNA (JTA) — Vienna
Socialist Mayor Leopold Gratz
promised to relocate a tran-
sit camp for Jewish emi-
grants from the Soviet Union

ALTERATIONS

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Many a wife's unhappiness
and special occasloils
the Jewish Agency-run camp comes from trying to improve
Garson
Zeltzer
at Schoenau last year in ex- on the work of nature.
change for the release of a
Photography
group of Jewish emigants THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
559-7876
held as hostages by Arab
Friday, Sept. 13, 1974-31
terrorists.
Gratz who has promised
a new transfer, although In-
terior Minister Otto Roesch
said last week that there was
no danger to people living
near the new camp, said he
would try to find a new site
within the next few weeks to
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968-1878
house the Soviet emigrants.

from a densely populated
area. The transit camp, es-
tablished last week in a for-
mer children's home at the
Vienna suburb of Simmering

will be transferred to another
site in the near future, a
government spokesman said.
Grantz's decision followed
protests from people living
near the camp who feared
possible Arab terrorist at-
tacks
The Austrian Red Cross
without previous announce-
ment, had transferred the
camp from a former army
barracks at Woellersdorf to
Simmering. Wide protests
were the result.
The camp is run under the
supervision of the Austrian
Red Cross which has been Likud-N RP Bloc
responsible for the emigrants Hits Friday Movie
since Chancellor Bruno Krei-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
sky ruled the shut-down of Likud-Religious Bloc coali-
tion that 'governs Tel Aviv
INDOOR
is threatening to come apart
PLANTS
Dubins Make News
in a dispute over Friday-
night screenings at a munici-
in Group's Letter
pally supported "Cinema-
Charlotte Dubin, former tique."

city editor of the Jewish
The National Religious
• Large se ection of indoor plants
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old, made front page news— say they will leave the coali-
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in the Criterion Club news- tion unless the Friday night
• Unique handmade pottery
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Mrs. Dubin, who with her ject, are banned.
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husband, the former assist-
members of
ant director of the Jewish the Non-religious
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home in Natanya, Israel.
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Ye-
hoshua Meshulah, the Israeli
journalist who originated the
"Jewish Common Market"
plan and won the support of
Miami Beach merchants af-
ter the Yom Kippur War, is
in Florida to extend his "Buy
Israel" campaign to other
cities in that state.
According to Meshulah,
the sale of Israeli goods in
Miami has doubled since the
campaign started and is ex-
pected to reach $10,000,000
annually.
The "Buy Israel" motto is
intended to persuade every
customer to spend at least
$1 a week on Israel-made
products. The campaign was
introduced to major super-
MOE LEITER
RICHARD H. LOVE, C.L.U.
market chains such as Food
Associate Manager
Manager
Fair, Publics and Vin Dixie
which now carry signs say-
ing "We Sell Israeli Goods."
Meshulah came up with
the "Jewish Common Mar-
ket" project in 1968. It was
During these h()/1 . days we pause to remember the traditions that
later approved by the Zion-
hare ,strengthened us in the pa.st, to reflect upon the purpose of our
ist Congress and the Knes-
set's finance committee. But
roles in life, and to look with hope toward the future.
it didn't get off the ground
This is a time to re-assess our aims and objectives.
until after the war last Octo-
insurance
ber when Meshulah suggest-
people we are humbly grateful /or the privilege of providing personal
ed heavily Jewish populated
and family security for our many friends and clients, and Ice re-
Miami Beach as a "pilot
alfirm our determination 10 help make the future happier and
city."

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Happy
mg New Year
To All

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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