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March 28, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-28

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16 friday, March 28, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

`Invest in Israeli Industries, Fly El Al'
Newly Advancing Slogans for Diaspora

By Jewish News
Special Correspondent

TEL AVIV — In spite of
the Arab-inspired state of
terror that threatened the

normal life of Israelis and
was aimed at destroying the
Jewish state's economy, the
Passover festivities indi-
cated a renewed spirit

IRV & SOL COHEN

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of the
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WISH ALL A HAPPY
AND JOYOUS PASSOVER

among citizens and the
many visitors who came
from all parts of the globe to
observe the Festival of Free-
dom.
The renewed terrorism
did not interrupt tourism
too drastically. There is a
decline, yet there is evidence
of renewed confidence and a
desire to uplift Israel's
hands industrially.
"Declines in travel have
been sporadic," a prominent
tourism executive said, "and
renewal of devotion to Israel
is also almost spontaneous."

Israeli hotels and at other
public functions.
Israelis observe only one
Seder and the Passover be-
gan in Israel with only one
day's observance.
Increased interest in Is-
raeli industries is shown by
an inspired trend of new
investments.

A major development in
the renewed interest in
tourism is the emergence
of the task of encouraging
support for the Israel gov .-
ernment airline. "Fly El
Al" is among the new slo-
gans to which visitors
from the Diaspora are
lending their support upon
their return to their homes
in many lands.

The Israeli government's
investment authority is
helping to spur mew growth
and foreign investment in
Israel by pointing to Israel's
government financing, low
labor costs and access to the
Common Market.
The government is en-
couraging joint ventures
with Israeli businessmen,
establishing a "know-how"
agreement with Israeli com-
panies, and outright trade.
Israel has investment au-
thority offices in Chicago
and Toronto, as well as New
York, Atlanta and Los An-
geles.

The Passover influx of
tourists includes large num-
bers of American and Cana-
dian Jews who are following
their traditional back-
grounds and have observed
two Sedorim in many of the

Americans
Visiting
especially emphasize in-
creased involvement in Is-
rael Bond activities, and
recent missions of Ameri-
can Jewish leaders
marked strengthening of
Israel Bond ranks.

U.S., Soviet Envoys to Arrange
Date for Geneva Peace Talks

PARIS (JTA) — Ameri-
can and Soviet representa-
tives are expected to start
discussing a tentative date
for the resumption of the
Geneva peace conference.
Diplomatic sources in
Geneva said that the Soviet
and American conference,
to the conference,
Ambassadors Vladimir Vin-
ogradov and Ellsworth
Bunker, are expected to ar-
rive in Geneva for this pur-
pose before the end of the
month.
The sources said that So-
viet diplomats have already
contacted United Nations
officials in Geneva to "pri-
vately" inquire about the
technical possibilities of re-
newing the talks "at the ear-
liest." The UN officials re-
portedly told the Soviet
diplomats that they could
have all technical arrange-
ments' ready within a mat-
ter of days.

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It is generally believed
in Geneva that the date for
the opening of the confer-
ence will be fixed before
April 24 when the Security
Council will have to renew
the six months term of
UNEF in Sinai. Arab
sources in Geneva have

indicated that Egypt will
not agree to extend the
UNEF mandate unless a
definite date for the re-
newal of the Geneva talks
is fixed.

The Arab sources in Ge-
neva are reported to have
told foreign diplomats and
United Nations officials
that Israeli and American
objections to the presence of
a PLO delegation_at the con-
fer,ence table could be re-
moved by forming a single
Arab delegation to consist
of representatives of the
various Arab states and the

PLO.

The Arab sources added
that they believe America
would not object to the Ar-
abs forming their delegation
"as we think fit." Without
saying so, the Arab diplo-
mats indicated that this
possibility had been dis-
cussed with Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger
during one of hiS. recent
meetings with Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat in
Aswan.
The Arab diplomats and
the Soviets are quoted as
saying that they would like
to see the conference re-
sume "before summer."

3 Hillel Chaplains Get Study Grants

WASHINGTON — Three
staff directors of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundations
were awarded study and
research fellowships by the
Danforth Foundation of St.
Louis.
They are Rabbi James
Diamond, Hillel director at
Washington University, St.
Louis; Rabbi Albert Axel-
rod, director at Brandeis
University; and Rabbi Jo-

seph H. Levine, director at
the University of Rochester.
The Danforth Foundation
awards 20 fellowships an-
nually to encourage mem-
bers of the campus chap-
laincy to engage in
specialized study and re-
search projects and "gain a
new awareness of the minis-
try as an instrument of so-
cial and institutional
change."

Kahane Starts Prison Term

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Meir Kahane, foun-

der of the Jewish Defense
League, left a group of 20
JDL members staging a sit-
in at the office of the Israel
Consulate last week to turn
himself in to Brooklyn fed-
eral court to start serving a
one-year prison term.

The JDL members, led by
Kahane, went to the Consu-
late reception office and re-
mained through the night,
according to Russ Kellner,
JDL operations officer.

Kahane was sent to an
unidentified community
treatment center in Man-
hattan so that he can ob-
serve Passover. On April 4,
he will be sent to an Allen-
wood, Pennsylvania, federal
prison to serve out his sent-
ence.

Kahane was given a
five-year probation term
by federal Judge Jack
Weinstein on charges of
being involved in arms
smuggling. He was con-
victed last month of viola-
tion of the terms of his pro-
bation for advocating
assassination or kidnap-
ping of Soviet diplomats
and the bombing of the
Iraqi embassy in Washing-
ton.

Kellner said the sit-in
would continue until the
JDL was assured that its de-
mand for a national unity
government in Israel and for
assurances that the Israel
government would not yield
to the "demands" of the
Arabs in current negotia-
tions for a second Egyptian-
Israel accord were conveyed
to the Israel government.

released a
Kahane
10-point statement before
he went into Federal cus-
tody, attacking the Israeli
government and listing a
number of demands for Is-
rael action against terror-
ists, permanent "reunifi-
cation" of Arab lands and
emergency aliya from the
U.S.

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