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January 02, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH WWI

6 January 2, 1976

8 Across, 10 Down -

by Iry Brechner

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Meir Kahane, leader of the
Jewish Defense League, has
accused Superintendent E.
Jensen of the Aillenwood,
Pa., Federal Prison of refus-
ing to provide him with a
kosher diet despite an order
by Judge Jack B. Weinstein
of the Eastern District

Court in New York that
such a diet be provided.

Kahane, who is Serving a
sentence for parole violation
at the minimum security
prison, had Jensen brought
before the District Court in
Lewisburg, Pa. to answer
the charges.

Jerusalem Committee Urges
Continue Archeological Digs

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ACROSS

1. negative word in Hebrew
3. home entrance ornament
7. famous movie: tc leave
9. Israeli resort town
11. Boy Scout religion award:
— Tamid
12 Dan was one of t...elve
13. letter of Hebrew alphabet
14. part of Sabbath prayers
16. American Translation (abbr)
17. woman in. Garden of Eden
18. southern Israeli town
bordering on Gulf of Aqaba
20. Israeli airports former name
21. worship
22. word for Patriarchs

DOWN
2. held often after Friday

night services (2 wds)
4. where Biblical sacrifices
were made
5. letter on the dreidel
6. Haggadah hymn (2 wds;
8. what is repented on
Yom Kippur (sing;
10. holiday or special part of
prayer book
12. synagogue
15. day of Sabbath
18. means "the night before . '
19. Ha lachma —: This is the
bread of affliction.

(Solution on Page 12)

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Legislator Is Preparing Bill
to Limit INTERPOL Power

.

WASHINGTON — Con-
gressman Edwaid P. Beard
(D-R.I.) announced he is
preparing legislation de-
signed to limit the powers of
INTERPOL, the private in-
ternational police associa--
tion based in Paris.
Beard said he decided to
frame the legislation after
an eight-month study of
INTERPOL's operations, its
Nazi background and influ-
ence and specific instances
of violation of basic human
right and invasion of pri --
vacy.
Beard said his chief con-
cern was that information
on American citizens can be
maintained in INTERPOL
files and disseminated to
any of 120 member coun-
tries.
The congressman said
that the Freedom of Infor-
mation Act and Privacy
Act which afford the citi-
zen the right to see and
correct false files does not
apply to INTERPOL.
"The U.S. INTERPOL

office can obtain a U.S.
government file contain-
ing false information and
transmit it to INTERPOL
in Europe. Even if an
American citizen is able to
get that file corrected or
expunged, there is no way
. . . to change the INTER-
POL file."
Beard said the legislation
will require any future
working agreement between
the U.S. and INTERPOL to
be formalized by having the
Secretariat-General of IN-
TERPOL sign an instru-
ment with the U.S. National
Central Bureau that re-
quires INTERPOL to send
files to the U.S. in the event
of Freedom of Information .
requests.
The bill also would re-
quire the Secretariat-Gen-
eral to "correct the interna-
tional files if proven false"
and for the U.S. INTERPOL
office to "maintain only
criminal information, not
unverified reports, opinions
and news accounts."

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Rabbi Kahane Lacks Kosher Meals

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The "Jerusalem Commit-
tee," a prestigious body of
international public figures
and academics, has urged
Israel to continue its excava-
tions in Jerusalem.
In a resolution adopted at
the end of the committee's
deliberations, the commit-
tee — which is convened
periodically by Mayor
Teddy Kollek. to give advice
and opinions on Jerusalem
— praised the "commitment
of the Israel government
and the skill of its archeolo-
gists" and said they had
"put the civilized world in
their debt."
Several committee mem-
bers said privately that they
had come with open minds,
in view of last • year's
UNESCO resolutions con-
demning the Jerusalem
digs. But, having visited the
sites they were satisfied
that the excavations benefit-
ted humanity and knowl-
edge.
The Rev: W.G.M. Brand-
ful, general secretary of the
Christian Council of Ghana,
said: "I can go back to my
people and defend the posi-
tion that these excavations
are on behalf of scholar-
ship."

LZA Leader Urges
More Membership

NEW YORK (JTA) — In
order to combat the anti-
Israel hostility demon-
strated by the recent votes
in the United Nations and to
assure Jewish survival, Dr.
Judah J. Shapiro, president
of the Labor Zionist Alli-
ance, urged his organization
and all Jewish organizations
to launch drives to actively
seek new members.
Dr. Shapiro addressed the
opening session of the 23rd
National Convention of the
LZA at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel which also marked
the 70th anniversary of the
Labor Zionist Movement in
America.
He told more than 500
delegates from the United
States and Canada that
"Jewish organizations
should not wait for the inac-
tive to come to them, but
should go out and bring
them within the activity on
behalf of a constructive and
creative Jewish life."

Dr. Franklin Murphy, of
Los Angeles, chairman of
the Los Angeles Times-
Mirror publishing and
broadcasting chain, said
UNESCO. should have
praised Israel for its work
rather than condemn it.

According to a statement
by Kahane released by the
THE LOST ART
JDL here, Jensen told the
court he refused to purchase X OF TAILORING
butter, cheese, soups, bread
Where? At Steve Petix, the
or meat because of "budg-
home of the immaculate
fit in custom, tailored-to-
etary limitations."
measure or quality brand X
Kahane also charged that
X
clothing.
Jensen refused to purchase
Open 9-6 daily
kosher frozen TV dinners at
(to 5:30 Sat.)
54"
9-9 Thurs. & Fri.
10 cents a meal which, Ka-
Arriple parking
hane said, were "subsidized
Credit cards
accepted
by national Jewish groups."
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SOUTHFIELD
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He accused the prison su-
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perintendent of "anti-Semi- X
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tism."

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A committee resolution
noted that the digs bring to
light finds of Christian and
Moselm importance as well
as Jewish. The committee
and its resolutions steered
clear of politics, stating only
that Jerusalem should
remain a united city.

In another resolution, the
committee urged that the
policy of intercommunal
relations followed by the
municipality be continued
despite terrorist attacks.

MY
LIFE

GOLDA MEIR

by

SPITZER'S

The committee, which in-
cludes scholars, architects
and planners, clergymen
and civic leaders from four
continents, praised the free-
dom of worship that they
had witnessed in Jerusalem.

GOLDA MEIR

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