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January 03, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-03

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U.S. Jewish Leaders in Israel
Focus on Issues Akin to Jewry

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NEW YORK (JTA)—A del-
egation of 25 leaders of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations were in Israel
this week to confer with top
government officials, mili-
tary commanders and Jewish
Agency spokesmen.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents, headed the lead-
ership mission, whose four-
day visit included meetings
with Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin, Foreign Minister Yi-
gal Allon, Defense Minister
'Shimon Peres, Finance Min-
ister Yehoshua Rabinowitz,
Army Chief of Staff Mor-
decai Gur, Air Force Com-
mander Benjamin P e 1 e d,
Jewish Agency Chairman
Pinhas Sapir and President
Ephraim Katzir.
In a statement explaining
the purpose of the mission,
Rabbi Miller declared: "We
are coming to Israel 'to take
common counsel with its
leaders on the issues that
confront the people of Israel
and the Jews of America, in-
cluding the military and
economic strength of the
Jewish state as an essential
element of the Middle East
and the situation confronting
Jews in the USSR and in
Syria.
"We will be exchanging
views as well on the effort
to build understanding of
Israel's cause among the
makers of public opinion and
public policy in America."
Still another purpose of the

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visit, Rabbi Miller said, "will
be to express our unity with
Israel and to voice our faith
in its government and its
people.
"We will bring with us a
message of solidarity not
only from American Jews
but also from millions of
American of every race,
religion and ethnic origin,
who demonstrated by their
support of our great rally
against Arab terror on Nov.
4 that the American people
reject the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization's call for
the destruction of Israel and
repudiate the action of the
UN in turning the General
Assembly into a forum for
murderers."
Many of the members of
the presidents conference
mission to Israel met last
week with President Ford.
In that meeting, the Presi-
dent reaffirmed America's
commitment to Israel's integ-
rity.
"In our meetings with Is-
rael's political, military and
social welfare leaders, we
will both listen and speak,"
Rabbi Miller stated. "We ex-
pect our conversations to be
beneficial to us when we re-
turn to the U.S. and useful
to the leaders of Israel as
they adopt policies and draw
plans to in te rpret those
policies."

Arabs Active
in Black 'Market

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—There
is heightened activity on the
Tel Aviv and East Jerusalem
black market money ex-
changes. Buyers of dollars
are Arabs from the West
Bank provinces of Judea and
Shomron, and the sellers are
tourists and diamond mer-
chants.
The official exchange rate
is now six pounds to the U.S.
dollar, but merchants can ob-
tain an average of 6.45
pounds for the dollar on the
black market. Arabs seeking
dollars are paying as high
as IL 6.60 to the dollar.
Business circles are con-
cerned that these unofficial
transactions will gravely
harm Israel's foreign cur-
rency reserves, since the
Arabs take their illicit dol
lars to Jordan and exchange
them there for Jordanian
dinars.

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Bonds Cites Leader

NEW YORK (JTA) • —
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mittee for State of Israel
Bonds for more than two
decades, was honored for "40
years of service to the Jewish
community," at an Israel
Bond dinner at the Waldorf-
Astoria which resulted in
sales of more than $1.7 mil-
lion in Israel Bonds.
Speakers included Yosef
Tekoah, Ambassador of Is-
rael to the United Nations;
Michael Arnon, president and
chief executive officer of the
Israel Bond • Organization;
Jack D. Weiler, secretary-
treasurer of State of Israel
Bonds and dinner chairman;
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