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July 04, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, July 4, 1975

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CINCINNATI — Rabbi
Arthur J. Lelyveld of Fair-
mount Temple in Cleveland
was elected president of the
Central Conference of
American Rabbis at its re-
cent conference.

Rabbi Lelyveld is imme-
diate past president of the
American Jewish Congress
and was national director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dation, executive director of
the Committee on Unity for
Palestine and executive vice
chairman of the American-
Israel Cultural Foundation.
Rabbi Lelyveld has been
cited by the NAACP "for
distinguished service to the
NAACP and the cause of
freedom."

e ouns e
JDC Aids Iran Jews Unable muTsotilinvoev no the same
to Leave Ghetto Community with him.

NEW YORK — One of the
most dramatic changes in
the Iranian Jewish commu-
nity in recent years has
been the exodus of Jews
from the Teheran ghetto to
other sections of the sprawl-
ing city, it was reported by
Samuel L. Haber, executive
vice-chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee.
According to a recent
house-to-house census in
Teheran, the population of
the Teheran "mahalleh," as
the ghetto is called, dropped
from about 13,000 Jews in
1957 to 1,400 Jews today.
This sharp decrease does
not take into account other
thousands of Jews coming
to Teheran from the prov-
inces who may have passed
through the mahalleh on
their way up the economic
ladder.

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Wed.-Sat.
learning difficulties.

Haber recalled that
when JDC launched its
programs in Iran in 1949,
its main concern was the
mass of Jews who lived in
the ghettos in conditions of
extreme poverty, disease
and backwardness. Today
these health education
and welfare services, fi-
nanced by funds JDC re-
ceives mainly from the
United Jewish Appeal,
still reach about 19,000 of
Iran's 75,000 Jews; some
10,000 of them are school-
children.

TUES. AND THURS. 5 9 PM

Elected with Rabbi Lely-
veld were Rabbi Ely E. Pil-
chik of Bnai Jeshurun,
Haber said that a review
Short Hills, N.J., vice presi- of the current welfare case-
dent; Rabbi Jordan Pearl- load revealed that among
son, Temple Sinai, Toronto, the most acute problems are
financial secretary; Max school dropouts, mentally
A. Shapiro, Temple Israel, retarded children and those
Minneapolis, recording sec- who are slow learners.
retary; and Alfred Wolf of To help remedy the situa-
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, tion, the Jewish Family
Los Angeles, treasurer.
Health Service in Teheran

British Foreign Secretary
Rejects M.E. Arms Embargo

LONDON, (JTA) — For-
eign Secretary James Cal-
laghan said an effective
agreement limiting arms in
the Middle East is "possible
only with the support of the
parties to the dispute and in
the context of a general
agreement."
His statement was a reply

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to a question from a Labor
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prohibit the proposed arms
sale to Egypt and future
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"But the situation is
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perhaps to quarters you
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Another Labor MP, Robin
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