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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 13, 1975

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rael.
Addressing a meeting of
the European Section of the
World Confederation, Sul-
tanik asserted that the
World Zionist constitution-
"is now outmoded in the
light of the solid and united
support which Israel enjoys
among all sectors of dias-
pora Jewry, a factor which
has caused the removal of
all barriers between Zion-
ists and so-called non-Zion-
ists."
Sultanik, a member of
the World Zionist Consti-
tution Committee which is
meeting in Jerusalem this
week on the eve of the
Jewish Agency Assembly,
said that the outpouring of
massive support for Israel
by thousands of Jews,
young and old, has ex-
ploded the myth spread by
our enemies that there ex-
ists a distinction between
Jews and Zionists.
"A meaningful revision of
the World Zionist constitu-
tion," he said, "would throw
wide open the doors of our
movement to virtually
hundreds of thousands of
young Jews and contribu-
tors to Israel funds who
would thus be able to wear
proudly the badge of a full-
fledged Zionist without any
party label."

Ravitz Wants Mental Health Lobby

Former Detroit Common
Council President Mel Ray-
itz, now director of the De-
troit-Wayne County Com-
munity Mental Health
Services Board, was one of
the speakers recently in
Lansing at the annual meet-
ing of the Michigan Associa-
tion for Neuropsychiatric
Hospitals and Physicians.

USSR to Seek
Nazi Witnesses

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A high Soviet official has
pledged to cooperate fully
with American authorities
in obtaining testimony from
Soviet citizens regarding al-
leged Nazis living in the
United States, Rep. Joshua
Eilberg (D-Pa.) disclosed.

"I was very surprised by
those statements because
for several years the State
Department has been claim-
ing it has not been able to
get Russian cooperation on
the very request that we
have made without any ad-
vance notice to the Soviet
government," Eilberg said.

Eilberg, head of a Con-
gressional subcommittee on
emigration that just re-
turned from Moscow, said
that Mikhail Malarov, first
deputy procurator, pledged
that witnesses would be lo-
cated.

Israeli-Romanian Friendship
Continues Despite Differences

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister 1'i"-al Al-
Ion, returning from a four-

day official visit to Ro-
mania, said the friendship
between Israel and the only
Communist bloc country to
maintain diplomatic rela-
tions with it persisted de-
spite sharp differences over
issues pertaining to the
Middle East.
Allon said that the most
serious divergence was over
Bucharest's recognition of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
On the other hand, he re-
ported, his four hours of
talks with Romanian Presi-
dent Nicolai Ceausescu and
his several working sessions
with Foreign Minister
George Macovescu, pro-
duced occasions in which
both sides publicly reiter-
ated their friendship which
was a valuable development
in itself.
He said agreements
were reached on efforts to
extend cooperation in
trade, tourism and culture
and that formal pacts cov-
ering those areas would be
drafted soon.
A joint communique is-
sued in Bucharest at the end
of Allon's visit stated that
both sides favored the elimi-
nation of out-dated policies
of pressure - and dictates in
international relations. The
communique expressed
agreement on the urgent
need to end the Middle East
conflict through diplomatic
and other peaceful means.
Meanwhile, in Washing-
ton, Bnai Brith, citing a new
low in Jewish emigration
last month urged the Senate

Finance Committee to with
hz,id approval of trade con-
cessions for Romania be-
cause that country is not "in

Ravitz spoke on "The Poli-
tics of Mental Health," and
said that both the practi-
tioners of mental health
care and the patients have
very little power to change
the mental health field.
Ravitz said, "The men-
tal health allocation is ex-
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Knesset Member
Opposes Drafting
of HS Students

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
Knesset member called on
the government to end its
policy of drafting 18-year-
olds into the army who were
still attending high school.
Yossi Sarid, of the Labor
Alignment, criticized the
policy at a meeting of the
Alignment Knesset faction's
executive committee after
the Knesset presidium re-
fused to recognize his ur-
gent agenda motion on the
subject.
Sarid argued that to draft
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cause they have reached the
age of 18 imposed a hard-
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