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September 20, 1974 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-20

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Israel Gets 658
U.S., Canada Olim

NEW YORK (ZINS) — In
the first six months of 1974
there were 658 new immi-
grants from the U.S. and
Canada including 235 family
units, as compared with 993
olim in the same time period
of the previous year, accord-
ing to figures released by the
aliya center of the World
Zionist Organization.
The figure given includes
newcomers, returnees, uni-
versity students, yeshiva stu-
dents and temporary- resi-
dents.

YIZKOR

FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

PLANT A TREE

IN ISRAEL

IN THEIR MEMORY

Phone

This observance is an age-
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
tion and it has become cus-
tomary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the
cherished memories of your
dear ones.

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

Asian Football Association Bars
Israel From Vying Permanently

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
resolution which has the ef-
fect of permanently barring
Israel from competition in
the Asian Football (soccer)
Association was adopted in
Teheran last Friday through
the machinations of the Arab
and Communist countries.
The vote was 17-13, with
six abstentions, less than the
two-thirds majority which
the association's rules re-
quire for the 'ouster of a
member. Formosa was also
barred, and the Cambodian
delegate, furious over the
decision, predicted that his
nation would be next. Israel
condemned the Asian foot-
ball federation for deciding
to oust it from its ranks.
The Arab-Communist bloc,
which only an hour before
the vote was strengthened by
the 'admittance of the Peo-
ple's Republic of China and
North Korea, managed to
circumvent the rules. A res-
olution introduced 'by Kuwait
did not call for the ouster of
Israel. But it stated that Is-
rael can never serve as host
to Asian Football Associa-
tion tournaments and will
never be invited to any.
Menahem Heller, chair-
man of Israel's Football As-
sociation and one of the
founders of the Association',
said he would appeal the de-
cision to the International
Football Association on
grounds that the Asian As-
sociation exceeded its power.

Kissinger's Goal
Protected Israel,
U.S.-Arab Ties

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' WASHINGTON (ZINS) —
Sources close to the U.S.
State Department refute the
contention that Secretary of
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••% State Henry Kissinger's aim

• is - to oust the Soviets from

• their positions in the Middle



• East.


That goal would be totally


they say, and
• unrealistic,
• therefore not within the sec-
• retary's contemplation. Kis-



• singer's objective is to


strengthen the American


presence in the region so


that Moscow will be obliged

to accept a two-power influ-
ence as inescapable.

• • Once this condition is
• achieved, the sources say,
Kissinger will have accom-
Our Refativei,
• plished
his purpose, which

• includes acceptance by all
.• concerned of Israel's right to
• exist as an independent state.
• If this were the case then
• Kissinger's achievement

• would indeed be a tremen-
and 14e entire
• •
one.
• dous
• Once this overall policy is
• understood, the informed
ewi34 Community • • sources say, then it follows

that the U.S. cannot afford to
• • be
reckoned as favoring one
• •
• side, predicating its policy
exclusively on a relationship
.• • with
the Jewish state.

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and Family

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PROBATE JUDGE

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Israel Sends Food
to Cyprus Victims

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Fifteen
tons of dehydrated food has
been sent to the war victims
in Cyprus by the Israeli Red
Magen David, it was an-
nounced. The consignment
was shipped from Haifa.
The Red Magen David sent
15.5 tons of food to Cyprus
last month when fighting on
the island was at its peak.



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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

We Make Our Own Glasses,

"It is a sad day for sports.
I came here in the name of
HEADQUARTERS FOR
sport, not as political per-
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
son," Heller said,
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
The resolution was adopted
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
just 24 hours before the final
ACCURATELY FELLED
event of the Asian Games in
Teheran — a championship
Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
match between Israel and
Iran.
ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE
Meanwhile, Israel won five
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gold medals in the Asian
Games at Teheran.
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Esther Roth-Schachamoroff
Hours: 'Daily and Saturday 9:30 .m. to 6 p.m.
won two gold medals when
' -closed Wednesday
she captured the 100-meters
hurdles race in 13.33 seconds,
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23.79 seconds. A third gold
medal was won by tennis
players Paulina Pessachov ■
and Yair Vertheimer in the
mixed couples competition
Featuring the ALL NEW
after the Chinese failed to
WINDSOR and TUXTAIL
show up for the final match.
Orit Abramowitz, 17, of
ALSO
Natanya won first place in
PRINCE EDWARDS
the high jumping event with
ALL COLORS AVAILABLE
a leap of 1.78 meters. Earlier
Danni Brenner, 21, won Is-
FLARED PANTS, RUFFLE
rael's first gold medal in the
100-meter free-style swim-
SHIRTS IN ALL COLORS
ming event with a time of
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55.64 seconds.
The refusal by China to
Fittings
play Israel is one of the rea-
Volare Boots in
sons Israelis have been call-
'B lack, Brown and White
ing the games the "Arabi-
Comp ete Line
yade." The Arabs have been
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next team, Kuwait, did not
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