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June 06, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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12 Friday, June 6, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Troop Maneuvers

These Israeli troops are on maneuvers in the Sinai
to prepare for future Arab attacks.

The jest's propriety lies in
the ear of him who hears it,
never in the tongue of him
who makes it.

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Tisha b'Av Folder

NEW YORK — Cong. Kol
Yisroel Chaverim, the na-
tion-wide synagogue for iso-
lated and non-affiliated
Jewish families, has pub-
lished "The Tishtib:Av Home
Reader."
The folder is being issued
in time for the Ninth of Av
observance on July 17. Tisha
b'Av is a fast day in the
Hebrew calendar marking
the destruction of the first
Temple in Jerusalem by the
Babylonians in the year 586
BCE; and also the second
Temple by the Romans in
the year 70 CE.
For a free copy, send a
stamped, self-addressed en-
velope to Cong. Kol Yisorel
Chaverim, Box 11, Law-
rence, N. Y. 11559.

Happiness is the sense
that one matters.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
two-day national leadership
conference convened by the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations ended with
the adoption of a resolution
voicing "concern" that while
the United States has
barred new military aid
commitments to Israel dur-
ing the reassessment of
American Mideast policy,
she has announced inten-
tions to provide Jordan with
$100 million worth of
"Hawk" anti-aircraft mis-
sles.
The resolution adopted by
the 300 delegates at the as-
sembly at the Delmonico
Hotel here, also declared:
"We call on the Administra-
tion to strengthen American
economic and military sup-
port of Israel, not only for
Israel's security but for
America's as well. The vital
interests of this country re-
quire a strong, stable, demo-
cratic, friendly government

Emigration Figure
Shocks Sapir

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Jewish Agency Chairman
Pinhas Sapir revealed that
more than 21,000 Israelis
left Israel during 1974, com-
pared with 13,000 in 1973.
Sapir told students at the
Hebrew University that the
figure "deeply shocked"
him. The annual average for
the years between the Six-
Day War and the Yom Kip-
pur War was around 8,000,
Sapir said.

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Over U.S. Bar of Aid to Israel

SUNDAY
11 to 4 PM

Aiding
Viet Refugees

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee has
engaged an American social
worker, Miss Danica Adje-
movitch, to assist in the na-
tion-wide resettlement of
the Vietnamese refugees.
Miss Adjemovitch, a grad-
uate of the Columbia Uni-
versity School of Social
Work, is assigned to the new
national reception center
opened in Indiantown Gap,
Pa.

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to the security of Israel."

Another resolution
adopted said that the
member organizations of
the presidents conference
"advised their member-
ship that their organiza-
tions approve and endorse
acts of conscience taken by
individual members react-
ing to the Gulf Oil Corpo-
ration's gift to Arab
sources in Beirut, Leba-
non for propaganda pur-
poses in the U.S.

A spokesman stressed
that viewing the term "acts
of conscience" as a counter-
boycott was stretching the
point and that there was no
reference to any specific
counter-boycott action.

Separatist Links
Goals to Zionism

MONTREAL (JTA) — A
Quebec separhtist leader
told a Jewish audience here
that the aims of the French-
speaking province were not
unlike those of Zionism-and
that the situation of French
Canadians had a parallel in
the plight of Jews in Europe
in the past, though not to
the same degree.
Rene Levesque, leader of
the Parti Quebecois, ad-
dressing members of the
Chomedy Lodge of Bnai
Brith, said his party is
trying to do in Quebec what
Zionism has done for the
creation of the state of Is-
rael.
Levesque observed that
the Jews' "long history, the
programs in Eastern Eu-
rope, Hitler and the con-
stant uncertainty your peo-
ple had to suffer
contributed to the need for a
homeland, Israel, and you
have also revived a dead lan-
guage in the state. It is the
same, although not so dra-
matic, for French-Canadi-
ans who were a rural people,
safe in the knowledge that a
religious faith would pro-
tect their language and
their culture and vice
versa."

On
Thursday, the eighth anni-
versary of the Six-Day War,
Kiryat Shemona was at-
tacked for the third time in
a year. The school building
was gutted, but there were
no injuries.

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to thwart the Soviet intru-
sion in that region.
"America's greatest con-
tribution to the cause of its
own security and of peace in
the Middle East lies not in
any 'imposed' solution nor
in pressure or threat. It lies
in making clear our coun-
try's enduring commitment

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Kiryat Shemona
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (JTA)
— Irving Bernstein, execu-
tive vice-chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, told
50 editors attending the an-
nual convention of the
American Jewish Press As-
sociation here that 1975 will
be the second best year in
the history of the UJA with
a total of $550 million ex-
pected, compared with $675
million last year.
Bernstein said cash col-
lections were 30 percent
ahead of those of last year
at the same period in the
campaign even though 1975
pledges to date were 12 per-
cent behind those of last
year at the same time.

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