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August 08, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-08

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16 Friday, August 8, 1975

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JERUSALEM — At least
10,000 Lithuanian Jews
made a stand against the
Nazis in World War II, ac-
cording to Dos' Levin's new
book "They Fought Back".
Published by the Hebrew
University's Institute of
,..Contemporary Jewry and
the Yad Vashem Martyrs'
and Heroes' 'Remembrance
Authority, the book sums
up the part played by Lithu-
anian Jewry in every form
of active combat against the
Nazis.
Jews acted in the resist-
ance movement, as partis-
ans, and as regular soldiers.

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NEW YORK — The rival
Baath Arab Socialist leader-
ships of Iraq and Syria are
locked in a quarrel that is
described as "very serious"
by Arab diplomats.
The flow of irrigation
water of the Euphrates is a
major point of conflict, ac-
cording to the New York
Times. Sources said that
Syria had moved an ar-
mored division from the
Golan Heights front, facing
Israel, to eastern Syria, fac-
ing Iraq.

Minister of Information
Tarek Aziz said that the

Iraqi government had
made it clear to other Arab
countries that the dispute
with Syfia would not re-
duce Iraq's determination
to play an active military
role in any new Arab war

Israel Aliya Center Plans
Intensified Campaign

NEW YORK (JTA) — outlined plans for an inten-
Yehoshua Yadlin, executive sified public information
director of the Israel Aliya campaign.
Center of North America,
The International Aliya
Conference on March 2,
through the leadership of
Sapir and Narkiss, origin-
ated two ideas that would
give aliya in North America
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
ponry from the arsenals of the needed push: an ongoing
research paper by a well-
the two super-powers short information program and
known Israeli authority of of actual nuclear weapons. aliya community councils
Soviet affairs, predicts that
Dr. Amnon Sela, in his which have already been
a fifth Arab-Israeli war will
paper published by the So- established in Philadelphia,
employ the most sophisti-
viet and East European Re- Cleveland, Detroit and
cated and destructive wea-
search Center of the He- Miami.
The basic elements of
brew University, also
Israelis to Discuss
suggested that the present the new public informa-
Usage of PLO Term precarious military balance tion campaign consist of
in the Middle East "creates supporting that portion of
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Is a fertile ground for a variety the shaliach's (emissary)
the PLO really the PLO or of preemptive strikes."
role devoted to promoting
should it have another title
He said that Israel is in a activities to allow him
when mentioned on Israel military position to seize more time for personal
radio?
such an opportunity but contact between himself
Members of the Knesset does not dare to for political and potential and commit-
will take- their time discuss- reasons. Egypt might be ted new immigrants.
ing this issue, following a willing to launch another
A new coast-to-coast de-
motion to the agenda sub- surprise attack on Israel but partment in the Israel Aliya
mitted by Likud Knesseter does not dare because of its Center will now provide
Menahem Yadid. Yadid present inferior military public relations and press
complained that Israel-Ara- position, Dr. Sela said.
services and devise effective
bic radio programs used
Consequently, he ob- means for disseminating
such terms as the "Palestine served, it is the super- information.
Liberation Organization" powers which will play a
Other facets of the cam-
and "conquered" or "plun- decisive role in the next paign are the introduction
dered" territories. He said war. "In a number of ways of field workers to univer-
he thought such terms they have already settled sity campuses; the estab-
served Arab propaganda.
what the next war will be lishment of aliya desks at
But Education Minister like . . . and even how long each school; twice yearly
Aharon Yadlin, who is in it will last."
seminars which will portray
charge of implementing the-
Dr. Sela's paper, entitled and detail isues of Israeli
Broadcasting Authority "What Will the Next War life; and continuing contact
Law, answered that these Be Like?" envisions that with students who partici-
terms were used only in di- "short of nuclear power, the pated in past events con-
rect quotes of Arab spokes- next war will see the full de- cerning Israel.
men. This, he said, was done ployment of the next best
Yadlin specified that "the
to maintain the station's from the super-powers' ar- purpose of so much atten-
credibility. However, he senals, armored forces, air tion on university students
agreed that the issues be forces and electronics. The is because they represent a
discussed by a Knesset com- price of non-settlement in significant segment of po-
mittee.
the area would seem to be tential new immigrants."
He revealed that the
soaring sky high."
Emergency Rule
Dr. Sela believes that the campaign has the assistance
line between tactics and of not only other depart-
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
ments of the Jewish Agency
The cabinet has adopted strategy will continue to be but
also of Jewish organiza-
obscure
in
any
future
war
emergency regulations to
unless Israel crumbles un- tions such as Reform, Con-
ensure the non-interruption
and Orthodox
of work at the nation's air der the weight of Arab pres- servative
movements and Bnai Brith.
sure.
and sea ports due to labor
disputes.

Next M.E. War Predicted
to Be Most Destructive

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Ford Was Greeted by PLO
When He Arrived in Romania

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Ford shook hands
with the representative of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization accredited to
Romania when the Presi-
dent arrived at Bucharest
Airport for his official visits
to Romania last week, the
State Department acknowl-
edged Wednesday.

Robert Anderson, the
Department spokesman,
said that the PLO repre-
sentative was present in the
diplomatic greeting party
"arranged by the Romanian
government."

"The president had no
substantive exchange with
him (the PLO representa-
tive) at all," Anderson said.
"I want to stress here that
there is no change in our po-

sition with respect to the.
PLO which is that we have
no substantive contacts with
it."

Venezuela Cites
Prominent Jews

with Israel.

Despite four months of
mediation by Saudi Arabia,
the water dispute has not
yet been resolved. As the
dispute worsened, Syria and
Iraq withdrew their mili-
tary attaches, closed the of-
fice of their national air-
lines and ended commercial
missions in each other's cap-
itals.
Both Iraq and Syria claim
to represent the "legit-
imate" leadership of the
Baath Socialist movement
pan-Arab party that ha.,
branches in Iraq, Syria and
Lebanon and underground
cells in many Arab coun-
tries. It calls for unification
of all Arab states in one
"nation" as its historical

mission.

Israeli Veterans
Visit Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (JTA) —
Ten disabled Israeli war vet-
erans of all of Israel's wars
since 1948 were guests here
for two weeks of Pittsburgh
host families.
According to the Pitts-
burgh Federation, the pur-
pose of the visit, during
which the veterans lived in
the homes of their hosts,
was to have the Israelis
"learn the warmth and feel-
ing of family and caring
that Jews in America have
for the Jews of Israel."

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CARACAS (JTA) — Two
prominent Venezuelan-Jew-
ish women were decorated
by President Carlos Andres
Perez for their achieve-
ments in the field of jour-
nalism.
Dr. Paulina Almosny,
lawyer and columnist in the
influential daily El Na-
cional, and Mrs. Alicia Se-
gal, literary critic and exec-
utive director of the CAIV,
Venezuelan Jewry's repre-
sentative body, received the
Order of Francisco de Mir-
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