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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-29

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6 Friday, August 29, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

President's Greeting

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Mrs. Ford and I send warmest greetings to our fellow
Americans of the Jewish Faith as you observe the High
Holy Days.

This year adds a special dimension to the meaning of
your observance. These solemn days are marked by
a traditional exhortation to prayer and self-examination.
They mirror in a unique way the general mood in our
country as we approach the celebration of our National
Bicentennial.

On the eve of the two hundredth year of our independence
as a nation, we are joined as Americans in a spirit of
reflection, renewal and reaffirmation. This same spirit
has united the Jewish people for centuries in the observ-
ance of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Each of you can take deep pride in the profound and
positive influence of the Judaic heritage on our national
life. The principles that guide you in your religious
worship have also inspired countless and enduring con-
tributions of the Jewish people to humanity and social
justice. Your values are a great component of our quest
for the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God.
The inspired leadership and special sensitivity of Juda-
ism in areas of humanitarian concern fill niany brilliant
chapters of America's history.

Mrs. Ford and I extend our sincere best wishes for the
Jewish New Year. May it witness world progress toward
fulfillment of the prophets' vision of peace and prosperity
for all mankind.

New York Outlaws
Passover Labels

NEW YORK (
) —
Governor Hugh L. Carey
has signed a consumer pro-
tection law. which will bene-
fit observers of the kashrut
laws.
The law mandates that
only the manufacturer or
packer of a product may af-
fix labels certifying kosher
or kosher for Passover. The
law also provides that the
lahel must be securely af-
fixed to the outside of the
container, or to the product
itself if it is not packaged.
It has been the practice of
many retailers to affix
kosher or kosher for Pas-
so•er labels on products sold
in their stores, the gover-
nor's office said. The legisla-
tion signed by Carey prohib-
its this fraudulent practice
by permitting only the man-
ufacturer or packer of a
product to affix kosher or
kosher for Passover labels.
The law signed by the gov-
ernor relates to the labeling
of kosher foods and does not
determine any degree for
standards of kashrut, which
is considered a religious
function.

Lost Revenues

600 Leaders Meet in Chicago
for International Bonds Parley

CHICAGO (JTA) — More
than 600 Jewish leaders
from the United States and
Canada met last weekend in
Chicago at the International
Fall Leadership Planning
Conference of the Israel
Bond Organization.
A special tribute was
given in memory of Pinhas
Sapir. Sam Rothberg, gen-
eral chairman, emphasized
that "a close day-to-day re-
lationship existed between
the Bond Organization and
Sapir during the 12 years he
served as Israel's Minister of
Finance."
Chaim Herzog, Israel's
newly-appointed ambassa-
dor to the United Nations
was principal speaker.
He declared that Israel
is prepared to take "a cal-
culated risk" for peace by
agreeing to an interim dis-
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with Egypt which includes
certain guarantees for its
defense, economic
strength and international
relations by the United
States with the approval of
Congress.
Herzog said that "the new
agreement could be the
most far-reaching one Israel
has ever signed with a
neighbor," emphasizing that
it still leaves Israel "with
adequate depth for defense
should it not work out."
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
called on the Jewish com-
munities in the United
States and Canada for in-
creased large-scale financial
aid to help solve Israel's se-
rious economic problems.
Israel's Premier cabled a
request to the Jewish lead-
ers meeting at the planning
conference asking for help
to "lighten the burden of our
people."
He said they were hard
pressed by "serious eco-
nomic problems" resulting
largely from Israel's enor-
mous defense burden.
Israel Bond funds are
needed, Rabin said, "to
maintain our economic sta-
bility and the momentum of
Our economic development."
Referring to the latest
disengagement negotia-
tions, he emphasized that
despite its strong commit-
ment to peace, Israel "would
never agree to peace at the
expense of our vital secu-
rity."

JERUSALEM — Despite
the widening of the tax
base, through the abolition
of numerous benefits which
have hitherto been tax-free
or taxed at lower rates, it is
estimated that the Israel
Treasury will lose about IL.
1.5 billion yearly in tax rev-
enues as a result of the re-
forms.

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