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May 09, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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18 Friday, May 9, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. Influence Urged to Halt UNESCO's. Political Bias

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The U.S. Advisory Commis-
sion on International Edu-
cational and Cultural Af-
fairs has asked President
Ford to "exert this country's
influence in UNESCO" to
reverse its politicalization
"and to guarantee in the
future its concentration on
its basic objectives."
The resolution adopted by

ewer
upeca

the eight-member Advisory
Commission and submitted
to the President, supported
the congressional ban on
U.S. funds for UNESCO
because of its anti-Israel
acts in Paris last year which
suspended UNESCO aid for
projects in Israel and barred
Israel from its regional
groupings.
UNESCO's accusations
that Israel was illegally al-
tering the character of Jeru-
salem by archaelogical exca-
,

vations and new con-
struction was severely criti-
cized by Dillon Riply, secre-
tary of the Smithsonian In-
stitution.

Writing in the March
issue of the Smithsonian
magazine, Riply noted
that the issue of excava-
tions in Jerusalem "did
not arise when cemeteries
were destroyed in 1948,"
an apparent reference to
Jordanian vandalism
against Jewish cemeteries

when they captured the
Old City of Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, a House Ap-
propriations Commitee sub-
committee is pondering
whether to supply the
Smithsonian Institution
with about $10 million it has
requested to help Egypt
move the. Isis Temple on the
Nile out of range handled by
UNESCO but was dropped
by it after the congrega-
tional cut-off of U.S. funds.

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Omaha Twisters Wreck City's Main Temple

HEATING

COOLING –

REFIlia- RATION

OMAHA (JTA) — The
tornadoes that struck
Omaha, Neb., Tuesday hit
an area which holds Oma-
ha's major concentration of
Jewish residents, virtually
wrecking the 800-family
Temple Israel and leaving 20
Jewish families homeless,

an official of the Omaha
Jewish Community Center
reported.
Hyman Tabachnick, exec-
utive director of the center,
also reported that another
20 homes of Jewish families
had been damaged in vary-
ing degrees but were still
livable. He said temporary
worship services for the
Temple Israel congregants
had been arranged at the
center. He said there had
been no Jewish casualties
from the twisters.

New Ambassadors

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Mordechai Paltzur has been
named Israeli ambassador
to Bolivia and Aharon Ofry
ambassador to Uruguay.
Paltzur has served in sev-
eral African countries and
was most recently No. 2
man at the embassy in Nico-
sia. Ofry has been director
of the Foreign Ministry's
internal control division.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israelis do not expect any
sort of relations to develop
with the new Communist
regime in Saigon despite
statements by its represent-
atives that it was ready to
establish relations with all
countries.
Israelis responded to
statements in Paris by Dinh
Ba Thi, representative of the
Provisional Revolutionary
Government (Viet Cong)
which now rules South Viet-
nam that his country in-
tended to follow a policy of
non-alignment and was
ready to establish relations
with all countries whatever
their political or social re-
gime "on the basis of mu-
tual respect of independence
and sovereignty."
The Israeli circles kilted
out that North Vietnam has
for years ignored Israel's
public statements calling
for diplomatic relations
with Hanoi. They also noted
that in neighboring Cam-
bodia, Prince Sihanouk, ti-
tular head of the pro-Com-
munist Khmer Rouge

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A Jewish-owned furni-
ture store, one of the largest
in the city, also was de-
stroyed, Tabachnick said.
Omaha has about 6,500
Jews, most of whom live in
the section hit by the torna-
does, he said.

Israel Vietnam Ties Unlikely

TAMAROFF GIVES

TAMAROFF

Tabachnick said the Jew-
ish federation was coordi-
nating aid efforts and that
the center had offered its fa-
cilities for the homeless
Jewish families, among
other offers.

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regime, has already an-
nounced that he will have
nothing to do with Israel.

Meanwhile,
Likud
leader Menahem Begin
referred to events in Viet-
nam here to support his
contention that interna-
tional guarantees such as
Israel has been asked to
accept for territorial con-
cessions were worthless
scraps of paper.

These are "sad days for
every democratic country
and every free man," Begin
declared addressing a Na-
tional Press Club luncheon.
The international agree-
ment by East and West and
the great powers was turned
into a "scrap of paper," he
said.

Engineers Develop
Aids for Wounded

REHOVOT — The battle
casualties of the Yom Kip-
pur War are a daily concern
fol. the Weizmann Insti-
tute's scientific services de-
partment.

The department's engi-
neers and technicians —
who design, maintain and
construct scientific instru-
ments for institute research
— volunteered to create and
adapt specialized apparatus
for soldier-patients.

Patients in Israel are
hampered by the geographic
distance from major Ameri-
can and European sources
of aids for the handicapped
and by the fact that none of
the rehabilitation centers in
Israel has a unit for solving
individual technical prob-
lems. To fill this gap, the
people at the Institute, who
also visit hospitals, are
called upon for help by pa-
tients, their families,
friends and health care per-
sonnel.

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6 JEANS OR SLACKS
2 FLANNEL PAJAMAS
2 COTTON PAJAMAS
3 BATHING SUITS
1 WARM BATHROBE
15 PR. SOCKS (or knee socks,
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15 UNDERPANTS
UNDERSHIRTS
1 RAINCOAT AND HAT
1 LIGHT JACKET
1 HEAVY JACKET
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3 HEAVY BLANKETS
1 SLEEPING BAG PER FAMILY WITH

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4 WASH CLOTHES
2 LAUNDRY BAGS (not plastic!
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