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January 16, 1976 - Image 6

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 January 16,Vr

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ACROSS
2. - Nidre

3. matzoh meal (Yiddish,
.6. - Bishevat
7. a type of pudding
9. recovered from the
Qumran area.
11. - Lachma Anya
12. wrote "Joys of Yiddish -
.(1st name)
13. pronoun
15. Sabbath bread
17. one can't - bread
on Pesach
18. synonym of 22 across
20. 9th of -
21. note of - musical scale
22. Thou shalt not -
23. Israeli personality whose,
. first name means "father . '
24. causes many Mid-East problems

DOWN
1. ancient wise man.

2. - Yes" in Hebrew
4. character in "Exodus"
5. forbidden to. worshi p
6. # needed for Minyan
8. Yiddish for "a piece••
10. blown on Roth Hashanah
12. used with Esrog
14. -- Lord is one:'
16. festive dance
17. feminine form of BAR
19. son of
23. - Al



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Rabin Rejected Ford Note?

WASHINGTON - Con-
troversial Middle East col-
umnists Rowland Evans and
Robert Novak reported in a
nationally syndicated story
last week that Israeli Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin rejected
a section of a December note
from U.S. President Gerald
Ford which was opposed to
new Israeli settlements on
the Golan Heights.
The columnists said Ford
appealed to Rabin to cancel
plans for new settlements,
but that portion of the letter
was removed by U.S. Am-
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bassador to Israel Malcolm
Toon after Rabin protested.
Evans and Novak said
that if the appeal had been
left in the letter it would
have been a matter for
Cabinet-level discussion.
The columnists inferred
that the removal of the
appeal was a major affront
to the U.S.
The third Israeli settle-
ment to be established on
the Golan Heights in the
last five weeks was estab-
lished last Friday. It is one
of four the government ap-
proved in response to the
UN Security Council's deci-
sion Nov. 30 to invite the Pa-
ix
lestine Liberation Organiza-,
tion to attend the debate
THE LOST ART >c which began this week on
the Middle East.
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The fourth settlement is
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expected to be occupied next
home of the immaculate
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Zionist Council Seeks New Aliya Approach, End to Yerida

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Zionist General Council
wound up its biennial meet-
ing here with the adoption
of a series of resolutions
calling for a new approach
to aliya from Western coun-
tries and serious efforts to
stem the rising tide of
"yerida" -- the emigration
of Jews from Israel.
The principal resolution
on aliya embodied the for-
mula proposed by the late
Pinhas Sapir when he was
chairman of-the World Zion-
ist Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives and was
stressed by the newly
elected WZO chairman,
Yosef Almogi. It calls for
converting aliya into a com-
munity movement abroad,
particularly in countries
such as the United States.
Diaspora Jewish commu-
nities were urged to organ-
ize their own aliya activities
and arrangements on the
grass roots level and the
"various Jewish organiza-
tions and first-. and foremost
the Zionist- organizations"
were called on to "expand"
this activity." The resolu-
tion took note of initial
steps already taken in this
direction.
In other resolutions, the
Council criticized the lack
of suitable housing for
young people, especially
single olim, and the lack of
job openings for olim who
are college graduates. But
"top priority" was given
to the problem of "yerida"
which was described in
one resolution as a "se-
rious phenomenon (that)
affects the economy, na-

Eban May
Rejoin Cabinet

JERUSALEM (JTA)
For the first time since Yit-
zhak Rabin set up_his Cabi-
net 18 months ago, leaving
Abba Eban conspicuously
out of it, the two men' met
for a long friendly chat
alone in Tel Aviv last week.
Qualified sources indi-
cated that Eban!s return
was now to be expected.
Eban has left for the U.S. on
a United Jewish Appeal
speaking mission, and he
may meet with Rabin there
when the premier makes an
official visit to the U.S. later
this month.
Eban's return to the Cabi-
net has been sought for
some time by the ex-Mapai
wing of the Party
which sees him as a dove
who might help swing Ra-
bin away from Defense Min-
ister Shimon Peres' harder
line.
Eban also is considered a
faithful Mapai man and
such men are at a premium
among- the top office-hold-
ers in the Rabin Cabinet. Fi-
nance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz has reportedly
led the campaign for. Eban's
return to office.

tional morale and de-
fense." The resolution
called for decisive action
"in the spheres of housing,
employment and welfare
and social services," in
effect the same kind of ac-
tion needed to stimulate
lagging immigration.
Another resolution en-
dorsed the creation of a
special independent com-
mission to examine the en-
tire aliya-absorption prob-
lem in Israel.
Meanwhile, Zionist prop-
aganda activities all over the
world came under sharp
criticism at the Zionist Gen-
eral 'Council meeting.
They were said to be inef-
fective, lacking in funds and
suffering from a gap be-
tween the desire to cooper-
ate and actual coordination
of information activities
among the various Zionist
bodies.
Avraham Shenker, head
of the World Zionist Or-
ganization's information
department, called on ev-
ery Jewish community
abroad to conduct Zionist
information programs
with the assistance of the
Jewish Agency.
Moshe Gilboa, a deputy in
the WZO information de-
partment, said the de facto
desire to cooperate between
Jewish organizations, the
WZO and the foreign minis=
try had to be translated into
a de jure situation where
the desire is translated into
action.
He, claimed that Zionist
federations abroad do not

held by chairmen Louis Pin-
cus and Pinhas Sapir.
Leon Dulzin has an-
nounced his formal resig-i
nation as acting chairman
of the Jewish Agency.
Almogi said that he will
resign as mayor of Haifa
but would retain his Knes-
set seat as did his predeces-
sor, the late Pinhas Sapir.

utilize the facilities provided
by the WZO with respect to
lectures, information mate-
rial and the attendance of
institutes. He said the var-
ious federations were not
always in contact with the
WZO and proposed the es-
tablishment of committees
to coordinate information
activities between local Jew-
ish organizations, the Zion-
ist federations and the Is-
raeli missions in various
countries.
Meanwhile, Yosef Al-
mogi, newly elected World
Zionist Organization chair-
man, was elected head of
the WZO aliya department
by the Zionist Executive.
Meeting immediately after
the Zionist General Council
closed, the executive elected
Almogi to the aliya post
which had previously been

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