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November 21, 1975 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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24 November 21, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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4T.9.:

Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Prero

The philatelic services department of Israel's Ministry of Communications has an-
nounced several new issues that will be released in December. Three stamps, shown at left,
above, make up the new, multicolored environmental quality series, and depict scenes that
are reminders about noise pollution, water and air pollution. The new stamp shown at right
is a "stand-by" issue in the IL 1.85 denomination in blue and brown colors.

Columnist Claims Insane Run UN

Young Israel of Greenfield

cordially invites you to attend a

Banquet

Honoring

Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Prero

for Devotion and Service to

Judaism and the Detroit Community

under the auspices of

Young Israel

Wednesday, December 10, 1975-6:30 P.M.

Jewish Community Center

Curtis & Meyers, Detroit, Mich.

$9.00 per person
$18.00 per couple

$25.00 per patron
$50.00 per sponsor

Banquet Arrangements Committee:

Dr. William Beres
Milton Duchan
Seymour Rabinowitz

Leonard Antel
Phillip Stollman
Mike Weiner

Lottie Tanzman

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call: 548-9046 or 548-2377

(Editors note: Nation-
ally syndicated columnist
Mike Royko commented on
the United Nations resolu-
tion that condemned Zion-
ism in the Detroit Free
Press, Nov. 17:)

A lot of our congressmen
are demanding that we cut
off our contributions to the
United Nations because of a
UN resolution that con-
demned Zionism as a form
of racism.
Others are saying that we
should stop giving foreign
aid to countries that sup-
ported the resolution.
But these measures
would be a mistake because
they don't get at our basic
problem in the UN, which is
our failure to win support of
all those Third World na-
tions.

tive forms of torture. He
says Adolf Hitler is his fa-
vorite hero and then votes to
condemn Israel as racist.
Somebody with a strange
glint in his eye could proba-
bly understand the vote of
the delegate from Nigeria,
where they treaded the peo-
ple of Biafra just about the
way an exterminator treats
cockroaches.

And consider Burundi.
This is where the Watusi,
who are tall and drink cat-
tle blood, have always
lorded over the Bahutu,
who are shorter and plant
sweet potatoes.

The Watusi believe in
slavery, and when the Ba-
hutu got tired of it, the Wa-
tusi slaughtered them by
the thousands, including
children.
If we are going to get
Then we have Tanzania,
into the spirit of the UN, where on the island of Zan-
we should send an entirely'
zibar a few years ago they
new delegation made up of had a program in which

people who are presently
inmates in our mental in-
stitutions.

You can bet that we
would soon be getting along
just fine with, say, Uganda.
Who else but another
loony could understand
Uganda's leader, Idi Amin,
a man who is clearly certifi-
able as a homicidal maniac?
Amin, who drove 40,000
peaceful Asians from his
country, gets his kicks out
of committing wholesale
murder and using imagina-

Slow Devaluation
Hurts Israel Trade

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
"creeping devaluation" of
the Israel currency has
failed to make any improve-
ment in Israel's balance of
trade, according to Simha
Ehrlich, chairman of a
Knesset subcommittee deal-
ing with the defense budget.
Ehrlich is a prominent
member of the Knesset Fi-
nance Committee, repre-
senting the opposition.
According to Ehrlich,
there was a sharp drop in
exports in August and a dec-
line of approximately $60
million in foreign currency
reserves. Ehrlich said he
believes that the govern-
ment must carry out a ma-
jor devaluation of the Israel
pound in order to bring the
official rate of exchange
closer to its real value on the
international money mar-
ket.

thousands of minority Per-
sians and Arabs were killed.
The UN is full of dele-
gates from countries that
think nothing of lopping off
heads for religious reasons,
exterminating bothersom
dissidents, slaughtering
their neighbors and com-
mitting genocide on minori-
ties.

And the worst of them
were in on the vote that ac-
cused Israel of being a ra-
cist country.

We should assign our
most deranged delegate to
try to understand how East
Germany — which had a
hand in the murder of the
Six Million Jews — can now
accuse Jews of racism.

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