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October 24, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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12 October 24, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHALOM!

SHALOM!

A Detroit First

THE JERUSALEM
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

in their first

American goodwill concert tour

presented by

Congregation Shaarey Nth

Saturday, November 22, 1975

8:30 p.m.

in the sanctuary

This performance is given by arrangement with
the Israel Broadcasting Authority as a cultural
exchange

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General Admission $5.00

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The red carpet will be rolled
out for Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's 10-day state
visit to the United States
which begins next Wednes-
day.
U.S. officials have dis-
closed that beside the usual
formalities here for a visit-
ing head of state, Sadat also
will make appearances in
New York, Houston, Chi-
cago and Jacksonville, ad-
dress the United Nations
General Assembly, the Con-
gress and the National
Press Club.
Sources said Sadat is ex-
pected to make a request to
Administration officials for
$5-7 billion in weapons aid
over a period of at least a
decade. That total far ex-
ceeds the $2.2 billion that Is-
rael arms aid, now in nego-
tiation, will cost over the
next three years.

Toronto Holds
Aliya Parley

TORONTO (JTA) — In an
effort to create community
support of aliya and in or-
der to increase Jewish im-
migration to Israel, an all-
Canada aliya conference
was held here Sunday at the
Airport Hilton Hotel. The
objectives of the all-day ses-
sion were to stimulate inter-
est and activity of aliya on
all levels in the Jewish com-
munity, and to dramatize
the need for and support of
aliya as a priority of Cana-
dian Jews.
Prof. Yehuda Bauer, head
of the Institute of Contem-
porary Jewry at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem,
was the keynote speaker,
addressing the delegates on
the importance of aliya for
the future survival of the
Jewish state.
The work of the Aliya
Council would supplement
and assist the regional Is-
rael Aliya Center emissaries
in Montreal, Toronto and
Vancouver. Similar regional
aliya councils have already
been established in Detroit,
Miami, Philadelphia and
Cleveland, and future con-
ferences will be conducted
in San Francisco, Washing-
ton, D.C., St. Louis, Seattle
and Los Angeles.

US officials believe
Sadat plans a 10-year
program which will free
Egypt from its current de-
pendence on Soviet mili-
tary aid, and said no sales
would be made to Egypt
for at least one year.

Sinai accord, the pledge of
a "positive response" to
Israel's request for Persh-
ings.

At the same time, the
Pentagon confirmed that it
has increased its orders for
Lance missiles by slightly
more than $6 million to sell
them to Israel. That sum is
understood to be the cost of
about 100 Lance missiles.

It was reported that
Sadat may address the joint
session of Congress on Nov.
5. No Israeli official has ever
addressed the Congress.
Congressional sources
said the invitation may not
he extended in the wake of
the UN vote linking Zionism
with racism.
Meanwhile, in advance of
Sadat's visit, Defense Secre-
tary James R. Schlesinger
said that the U.S. govern-
ment would look "with some
sympathy" on Israel's re-
quest for long-range Persh-
ing missiles.

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included in the 16-point
U.S.-Israeli memorandum
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Sabbath Conflicts
With Halloween
and UNICEF

Daily 9 to 5

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Sadat to Address Congress?

Phone

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MAKE YOUR RESERV. EARLY!

UNICEF—United Na-
tions International Chil-
dren's Emergency Fund —
remains the only major UN
agency that receives Israel's
cooperation and does not
discriminate, it was pointed
out this week.
While Israel has not been
in need of UNICEF services,
she has cooperated with
UNICEF.
With Halloween occur-
ring on Friday night this
year. Jewish parents are
being urged to guide their
children not to desecrate the
Sabbath with Friday night
"beggings" or solicitations
for UNICEF after dark.

A man of many trades
begs his bread on Sundays.

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