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May 28, 1976 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

May 28, 1976 21

Hadassah President Lashes Out at Jewish Critics of Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rose E. Matzkin, president
of Hadassah, lashed out "at
Jewish personalities who
have taken it upon them-
selves to publicly criticize
certain policies of the state
of Israel at this critical junc-
ture. Their statements are

Carter Re-Affirms
Support of Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Presidential candidate
Jimmy Carter, front runner
in the race for the Demo-
cratic nomination, has en-
dorsed "wholeheartedly"
the Zionist Organization of
America proposal in sup-
port of Israel to be incorpo-
rated in the Democratic
Party's platform at its nom-
inating convention in New
York in July.
"I am proud, with you,
to reaffirm my support for
Israel and for its people,"
Carter wrote in a letter to
officials of the ZOA.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Harriet
Morse Zimmerman, who is
active in Jewish organiza-
tions with nation-wide
memberships and in aiding
Israel, has been appointed
associate director of the
Carter Presidential cam-
paign to work on national is-
sues of concern to American
Jewry.
Carter campaign head-
quarters in Atlanta an-
nounced that Mrs. Zimmer-
man, who volunteered to
help Carter last week, will
serve full time in her posi-
tion.
In Boston, as Mrs. Har-
riet Altschuler, she was
full-time coordinator as a
volunteer of the Middle East
Policy Committee that was
set up after the Yom Kippur
War. She also was a mem-
ber of Boston's Crisis Com-
mittee to help Israel at that
time.

Israel to Display
Electronic Goods
at U.S. Exhibition

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's battle-tested com-
munications equipment will
go on display in the U.S. at
the annual electronics and
communications exhibit of
the Armed Forces Commun-
ications and Electronics
Association next month un-
der the auspices of the U.S.
Department of Defense.
Elkana Caspi, director
general of Tadiran, Israel's
largest manufacturer of
electronics and communica-
tions equipment, announced
that some 100 of his firm's
products comprising 30 so-
phisticated communications
systems, would be on view
in Washington between
June 7-10. Tadiran will have
the largest display of any
foreign company participat-
ing in the exhibition.

being picked up and ex-
ploited by organized dissi-
dents within the Jewish
community as well as by
members of Congress and
the Administration who
would like to decrease var-
ious types of aid to Israel."
she said.
Mrs. Matzkin made her
remarks at a press confer-
ence held before the house-
warming of the new na-
tional headquarters,

Hadassah House, 50 W. 58
St.
She also condemned the
politization of the World
Health Organization, with

NY Fashion Show Aids Israel Bonds

NEW YORK (TFA) — An
Mrs. Uri Ben-Art, wife of
Israeli fashion show, spon- the Consul General of Israel
sored by the Greater New in New York, was guest of
York Women's Division of honor at the show, which
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