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May 14, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-14

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U.S. Officials, Diplomats Mark
Independence Day in Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) ---
More than 350 diplomats,
ranking members of both
houses of Congress, Jewish
community leaders and
journalists celebrated the
28th anniversary of Israel's
independence at a reception
in the Israel Embassy resi-
dence.
The assembled guests
raised a toast to Israeli
Ambassador and Mrs.
Simha Dinitz. Acting Secre-
tary of State Joseph J. Sisco
headed -the Administration
delegation of White House,
State Department and De-
fense Department officials.
In addition to the envoys
of Western European and
Latin American countries,
the reception was attended
by the Ambassadors of
Burma, Thailand, Swazi-
land and Barbados.
In Buenos Aires, it was
reported that Israel's In-
dependence Day was
widely observed in Argen-
tina.
Israeli Ambassador Ram
Nirgad spoke over national
broadcasting, and later
place flowers at the monu-
ment to the Argentine na-
tional hero, Jose de San
Martin. He later hosted a
reception at the Israel Em-
bassy attended by Argen-
tine officials, members of
the diplomatic corps and
political personalities.
In New York, more than
2,000 persons streamed into
Carnegie Hall to celebrate .
Israel's 28th anniversary
and to affirm their solidar-
ity with the Jewish state.
The event was sponsored by
the American Zionist Feder-
ation.
Chaim Herzog., Israel's
Ambassador to the United
Nations, said that Israel is
ready to make peace and ne-
gotiate with its Arab neigh-
bors. But he reiterated Is-
rael's determination not to
deal with the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization which,
he said, bases its policies on
"brutal terrorism."
Mrs. Faye Schenk, pres-
ident of the AZF, called on
New York's Jewish com-
munity to "show their soli-
darity and support for Is-
rael" . and conveyed the
greetings of New York's
Jews tolsrael on its Inde-
pendence Day.
Mayor Abraham Beame
presented the city's greet-
ings for the occasion.
Israel Independence Day
celebrations were held in
Jewish communities across
the country.
In a specially prepared
Israel Independence Day
message issued at ZOA
House in New York, Dr. Jo-
seph P. Sternstein, presi-
dent of the 120,000-member
Zionist Organization of
America said, "The future
of Israel and world Jewry is
secure and those who now
offer gloom-filled prophe-
cies Will be shown to be in
error, provided we recognize
that we are a besieged peo-
ple and act accordingly, and
provided that we insist on
the right to determine our
own fate."
Reviewing the 28 years
of Israel accomplishment,
Dr. Sternstein said, "in a

period of the increasing
denial of the democratic
process, Israel shines as a
beacon to Asia and Africa
and its polver as a moral
force has also had an im-
pact on the West."

In Brussels, Belgium's
tiniest inhabitant, the fa-
mous Mannequin Piss Sta-
tue in the center of Brus-
sels, celebrated Israel's
Independence Day with the
full regalia of an Israeli ki-
butznik.

The statue was fitted out
with the traditional short
trousers and the "kove tern-
bel," presented as a gift by
Israel to Brussels.

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