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January 17, 1975 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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irEF:d6 c.,,,T,L.7„1 17,7Z7 Sem:t:Ors 'Non-Co"Mni
'
Jewry
Upset by Trade Pact Cancellation
WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Most congressmen withheld there were no basic disagree
rw aldman Rep.
Charles A. Vanik (D- comment because Secretary ments between the two coun

Levi Named Attorney General

WASHINGTON ( JTA ) —
For the first time in Ameri-
can history, two Jewish law-
yers are expected to be given
the post successively of at-
torney general of the United
States. 'President Ford for-
mally announced Tuesday
that he would nominate Ed-
ward H. Levi, president of
the University of Chicago
since 1968, to be attorney gen-
eral in succession to former
Ohio Senator
• William B. Sax-
be who ha-s- been named am-
bassador to India.
In the contingency that
Saxbe's nomination will be
approved by the Senate prior
to Levi's, which is most like-
ly, the rank of acting attor-
ney general- will be conferred
upon Lawrence Silberman,
the present deputy attorney
general, the White • House
said.
Silberman, who at 38 be-
came the second youngest
person ever to be named to
the second highest post in
the Justice Department, has
been asked by President
Ford to continue as deputy
when Levi becomes attorney
general, the White House also
announced.

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Ohio) who led the fight in
the House for the emigration
clauses in the U.S.-Soviet
trade package, said he re-
gretted the Soviet govern-
ment's decision to cancel the
agreement and hoped that
the Soviets would change
their minds.

Israel Tour Guide
to Visit in Detroit

Bee Kalt Travel Service an-
nounces its "man in Israel,"
Israel Sulkovitz will present
a program on "Tourism in
Israel" 7:30 p.m. Monday at
its main office, 4628 N.
Woodward, Royal Oak.
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to organizations and congre-
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r
gations
during his stay here
2 HOURS MORE OF SUN DAILY
this month.
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He will speak Sunday at
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of State Henry Kissinger was tries' objectives, and -tha t
due to appear before the "rejection of provision of the
Senate Foreign Relations trade bill have no implica •
Committee this morning be- tion beyond those which have
hind closed doors.
been communicated to us."
President Ford, in his State-
Althought Kissinger stres
of the Union address Wed- sed in his prepared statement
nesday, said, "Legislative re- that U.S. interference in So-
striction intended for the best viet matters was the key rea-
motives and purposes can son for the package to be
have the opposite result as rejected by the USSR, in
we have seen most recently talking to reporters he indi-
with the Soviet Union."
cated that the Soviets were
Ford called the fewer legis- also concerned about some
lative restrictions on the of the financial clauses in the
President's power "to execute agreement.
foreign and military deci-
Jewish communal leaders
sions."
reacted with dismay over the
The package would have disclosure that the package
allowed the Soviets to receive had been nullified. Victor Pol-
$300 million in Export-Irriport sky, the Russian Jewish acti-
Bank credits during the next vist who recently arrived in
four years, and $8 billion Israel, predicted the events
from the U.S. to develop would "deeply disappoint and
Siberian gas and oil fields.
depress" Russian Jews.
Many observers believed
A spokesman for the Great-
that the cancellation of the er New York Conference on
agreement indicated a major Soviet Jewry said that he
disagreement within the believed the Soviets would
Kremin leadership.
persist in persecuting its Jew-
Nazi hunter Simon Weisen- ish citizens, and "nullification
thal in Vienna predicted that could be - a Soviet tactic to
Dr. Levi was dean of the
detente may be ending a new force re-negotiation of the University of Chicago Law
Cold War started between treaty."
s,
school from 1950 to 1962, be-
Russia and the U.S. He said
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, fore becoming the univer-
dissident Kremlin leaders president of the American sity's provost for six years.
may be using party . leader Jewish Congress, said, "This
Silberman at 34 became the
Leonid Brezhnev's illness to is the latest example of So-
voice their opposition to his viet insensitivity to human nation's youngest under-sec-
detente policies.
rights and disregard of world
ORT students at Simi
Kissinger cautioned that o pinion.
Hanegev are working as -vol-
unteer mechanics and help-
ers in garages where mili-
tary vehicles are repaired.

Israeli Builder's Bulldozer Helps
Unearth Justini an-Era Church

JERUSALEM — Israeli than 20 feet thick under rub-
archeologists believe they ble being leveled for new
have solved a 1,000-year-old housing. In the wall was an
mystery here thanks to an inscribed apse.
Israeli building contractor's
"The apse was oriented to
bulldozer, the London Ob-
the east," the professor said.
server reported.•
Archeologists said they "This was our first indica-
have located the site of the tion of a church.
"It must have been an
biggest and most magnificent
church of Byzantine Jeru- enormous building to have
salem, "The New Church of walls of such dimensions. So
the Virgin" or the N e a we began to look for a
Church as it is known by its church.
Greek name.
The theory was proved by
Built by the Emperor Jus- a second find. At the hillsite
tinian a n d consecrated in where a hole was being ex-
542, the church was de- cavated for an underground
stroyed by an earthquake in parking 1 o t , archeologists
the Eighth Century. It was spotted the walls and floors
uncovered in 1967 after the of an enormous courtyard
Israelis captured the Jewish paved with marble.
quarter of Jerusalem from _ Although the distance be
Jordan.
tween the apse and the court-
_ Since the unearthing of the yard was more than 100
church, Israeli archeologists yards, Prof. Avigad con-
have found whole streets and nected the two. Otherwise, he
houses, including some with argued, it was hard to see
charred remains of the Ro- how there could have been
man inferno that destroyed so many huge buildings in a
the Jewish city in 70 CE.
limited area. A final clue as
' Under the direction of Prof. to the identity of the church
Nahman Avigad of Hebrew was potsherds (pieces of
University, archeologists broken pottery), the only
first • uncovered part of a artifacts turned up on each
massive stone wall, more site, were all Byzantine.

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