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December 19, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sweden's UN Vote Jolts Israel Tie

At the same time, some
politicans and newspapers
attacked Prime Minister
Olof Palme's government
for helping elevate' the
PLO status, for being the
only Western nation in the
Security Council to vote on
the side of the PLO and for
taking up a "fashionable"
ideological position.

NEW YORK Relations
between. Sweden and Israel,
two.nations that have main-
tained strong diplomatic
and ideological links, have
been jolted by Sweden's cru-
cial vote last week in the
United Nations Security
Assembly.
With Sweden providing
the pivotal vote to invite the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization to the Council for a
formal debate on "Israeli
aggression" against Leba-
non, the Stockholm Govern-
ment buoyed the diplomatic
status of the PLO and ena-
led the group to be treated
as a member nation of the
UN.
Within 'days of the vote,
accordirig to the New York
-Times, the Israeli Ambassa-
dor to Sweden, Avner Idan,
was summoned home for
consultations, a widely pub-
licized move that upset gov-
ernment officials in Stock-
holm.

Anders Wijkman, a vocal
member of Parliament in
the Opposition Moderate
Party said: "The Govern-
ment says a dialogue will
lead to peace and that's why
they voted this way.
"But, if your vote was

Federal Reserve
Wcirns of Boycott

WASHINGTON The
Federal Reserve Board this
week reported that some
U.S. banks have partici-
pated in the Arab boycott
against Israel' in their han-
dling of financial transac-
tions between Arab eOun-
tries and U.S. companies'.
Federal Reserve chairman
Arthur F. Burns urged the
5,800 Federal Reserve mem-
ber banks to avoid restric-
tive practices.
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Magician James Randi,
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opponents, describes in his
new book, "The Magic of
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that important, why didn't
(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)
we demand that the PLO ac-
A meal in one dish seems
cept the existance of Israel
and refrain from- terrorist
to be today's busy house-
attacks?" -
wife's dream. Here is a
This week the secretary
nourishing, flavorful stew.
general of Israel's Labor
Serve with a fresh green
Party, Meir Zarmi, sent an
salad and your meal is coin-
angry message to the ruling . plete.
Social Democratic Party in '3 lbs. beef cut in chunks
onions, chopped
Stockholm, expressing` 2 1 medium
tbsp. oil
"concern and bitterness" at
1 cup sweet red wine
Sweden's vote.
1 cup water
One major Stockholm
1 tbsp. tomato paste
1 tbsp, oregano
newspaper, Expresser, par-
2 allspice berries
aphrased the note to
'/4 tsp. pepper
Sweden with a front-page
21/2 lbs. potatoes, cut In quarters
headline: "With friends like
1 lb. carrots, cut in thirds
you, who needs enemies?"
Saute onions in oil. Add meat and

Israeli Mystic's Feats Queried

NEW. YORK — Israeli
mystic Uri Geller has come
under fire recently by those
who have branded him a
fraud who uses conventional
magic tricks to mislead the
public.
Many magicians have said
they have duplicated most
of his feats and that several
scientists who once pro-
fessed belief in Geller's
work have since changed
their minds.
Milbourne Christopher,
chairman of the occult" in-
vestigations committee of
the Society of American
Magicians in his new book,
"Mediums, Mystics and the
Occult," said that "Geller is
at his -ingenious best in la-
boratories where he is being
observed . by scientists who
believ.e he has extraordinary
ESP ability and think —
without justification — that
they have ruled out every
possibility of fraud. Unless
an expert in deception is
present while such tests are
being conducted, these ex-
periments are as valid as a
four-dollar bill," Christo-
pher wrote.

Beef-in-Wine Stew

Jewry throughout the
world will strengthen its po-
sition only when it shall
realize that the motive
power to drive it forward to
a higher spiritual develop-
. ment rests in a deeper
knowledge and appreciation
of its past.
—Harry H. Epstein

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mous feats is to make bro-
ken watches run again.
According to the New
York Times, two New Zea-
land psychologist's who
studied Geller's "watch-re-
pairing" feats found that
jewelers were not im-
pressed. They said that
many supposedly broken'
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conducted at Stanford Re-
search Institute, have also
been questioned, since the
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December 19, 1975 23

Israel Consul
Appointed in NY

NEW YORK (JTA) — Uri
Ben Ari has been named Is-
rael Consul General in New
York.
Ben Ari, 50, who replaced
David. Rivlin, now Ambassa-
dor to Norway, was born in
Berlin and came to Pales-
tine in 1939.
He is a brigadier general
in the reserves and was dep-
uty commander of the
southern command on the
Egyptian front during the
Yom Kippur War.

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