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November 22, 1974 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nov. 22, 1974-53 Institute for Jewish

Blind Is Honored

Birth Announcements

Nov. 13—To Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. 16—To Mr.. and Mrs.
aniel F_einberg (Patricia Elliott Nelson (Joyce Sher-
Gth), of Ann Arbor, a son, man), 22031 Cloverlawn, Oak
eter Edward.
Park, a daughter, Wendy Jill.

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Nov. 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Milton A. Dzodin (Isabel
Trunsky), 29733 - Red Leaf,
Southfield, a son, Daniel Eric.
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Nov. 10—To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert S. Levine (Faye Cher-
niko v), 3845 Shellmarr,
Bloomfield Hills, a daughter,
'Rachel Anne.
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Nov. 8—To Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Horenstein (Barb-
ara Granet), 27416 Marshall,
Southfield, a daughter, Kari
Beth.
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- Nov. 2—Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Tuffiash (Rae Berger),
of Ann" Arbor, a son, Michael
Ira.
* * *
Oct. 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Harwin (Maxine
Karol, formerly of Bay City),
7461, Franklin Ridge, West
Blikimfield, a son,• Samuel
Brown.

NEW YORK — More than
200 blind people participated
in a tribute Thursday to the
Jewish Braille Institute of
America and ,the Central
Synagogue Brotherhood "in
appreciation of 15 years of
cultural programS."
Fifteen years ago, when
the cultural program started,
it was a program being con-
ducted by sighted people for
the blind. Both organizations
became involved with the
blind in their struggle for
equality and to be accepted
as creative and talented peo-
ple in society on a par with
the sighted.
At this anniversary cele-
bration, the program was
onducted by blind persons
who have been active in this
program. Mindy Fliegelman
and Stephen Cassell, the first
two blind persons in Jewish
history to be cantors, sang
folk songs and cantorial se-
lections.

"Shall one man sin, and
will You be wroth with all
the congregation? (Numbers'
16:22)
Rabbi Simeon, son of- Yo-
hai, taught, it is like a com-
pany of men on board a ship.
One of them took a drill and
The man willing to share began to bore a hole under
his responsibilities and his him.
- opportunities to create wealth
"What are you doing?"
can never be crushed- by
He replied: "What has that
them. And he does not find to do with you? Am I not
his security undermined by making the hole under my
the needs and hungers of seat?"
others.
They" answered: "But the
water will enter and drown
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Rabbi Kisses
Arafat at Party

(Editor's note: this report
was written by David Horo-
witz at the UN, a forthei
staff member of The Jewish
Neivs.)
UNITED NATIONS—Rabbi
Elmer Berger, notorious for
his bitter opposition to Israel
as a leader of the "American
Council- of Judaism," took the
occasion of the Arab League
reception tendered PLO head
Yassir Arafat at the UN last
week to embrace and kiss the
terrorist • chieftain respons-
ible f6r the cold-blooded
murder of 'innocent Israeli
children, women and men as
well as an untold number of
non-Jews.
The reception, which took
place on the -evening Arafat
delivered his speech to the
UN, was hosted by the Egyp-
tian Ambassador Abdei Me-
guid.
The. U.S. boycotted the re-
ception. However, France
and Italy were well repre-
sented while. Britain sent a
:lower rank diplomat. There
were few representatives
from Latin America,

the substance and nature of
comments.
The secretary also was
said to have reaffirmed
Brown's regrets by reading
the two statements the com-
mander made last week to
the Jewish War Veterans
and another at the Pentagon
as a press statement.
While-the secretary's com-
ments were well received by
the group as a whole,' some
leaders reportedly were said'
to have come away feeling
that Brown's assurance's to
the American people should
be made more fully knoWn.
After having issued a state-
ment disassociating himself
from 'Brown's remarks, Pres-
ident Ford summoned the
general to the White House
last week to rebuke him per-
sonally,_ but, said he would
not dismiss him over "one
mistake."
Demands for Brown's ous-
ter as chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff have been
made by numerous Jewish
organizations and members
of Congress.
The national executive com-
mittee of the Jewish War
Veterans will meet this week-
end to discuss the case.
The JWV has said that
Brown's two statements were
inadequate.
Locally, the city councils
of Southfield and Oak Park
passed resolutions Monday
condeming Brown's state-

ment. The Southfield council
asked President Ford to cen-
sure Brown, while Oak Park
called on Ford to remove the
general..
Detroit News military ana-
lyst Col. Robert D. Heinl said
that Brown should be re-
moved solely on a military
basis. Heinl said Brown's
comments showed a lack of
judgment and inability to
think under pressure.
He said a lesser ranking
general "guilty of such a
blunder would be retired be-
fore the next pay day."

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Israeli Economy
Hurt by Luxuries

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Moshe Zanwar, director gen-
eral of the Bank of Israel,
in describing the serious eco-
nomic plight of his country,
charged that the government
is misleading - the public
about its causes. Zanwar de-
clared security requirements
accounted for only $900,000,-
000, so'that the balance of
the deficit of $1.6 billion was
the result of the import of
luxury goods, such as new
automobiles, expensive fur-
niture, Italian shoes, per-
fumes, televisions and other
luxury articles.

extend a cordial invi-
tation to the members
of Cong. B'Nai David
to join with them at
their SIMCHA, the joy-
ous occasion of the
Bat Mitzva of their
daughter ADINA on
Fri. Eve Nov. 29,..1974
at Beth Torah Congre-
gation, 1051 Interama
Blvd., N. Miami Beach,

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of Defense James
R. Schlesinger told leaders
of 15 Jewish organizations
Tuesday that they were justi-
fied in being outraged over
f- he remarks about the influ-
ence of Jews and Israel in
the United States made by
Gen. George _ S. Brown,
chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, the nation's highest
military commander.
According to guarded com-
ments from several of those
who attended the 90-minute
closed-door meeting in the
secretary's office at the
Pentagon, Schlesinger indi-
cated he shared the Jewish
community's feeling over
Brown's allegations at Duke
University Law - School last
month.
The secretary was said to
have declared in effect that
Brown fully understands now
that he was wrong in both

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The
'World Zionist Organization
Executive expressed concern
over declining immigration
figures and agreed that the
problem would be discussed
at the Jewish Agency Board
of Governors meeting in New
York this month.
Figures provided by Rabbi
Mordechai Kirschblum, asso-
ciate director • of the Jewish,
Agency's immigration_ d e -
p‘rtment, showed that 25,578
immigrants arrived in Israel
during the period Jan.-Oct.
1974 compared to 39,332 in
the same period last year.
Arrivals from the Soviet
Union accounted for 26,613 of
last year's olim and 14,817
of the total this year.
Rabbi Kirschblum reported
that aliya was declining from
all countries except _Great
Britain which showed an in-
crease over last year. ,
Plans are going ahead for
the absorption of large waves
of newcomers expected from
the USSR as a result of the
U.S.-Soviet understanding in
trade and emigration.

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