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September 24, 1976 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, September 24, 1976

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• Entry Dates—Sept. 14 to Oct. 30

• Entrance Fee—$10.95. Includes
One 8x10 Color Portrait

Judges: Mrs. Rosalyn Gilson, Director,
Shaarey Zedek Nursery Schooli Mr.
Dennis Green, Owner, RPM Advertis-
ing Co.; Mr. Richard Wagner, Princi-
pal, B'nai Moshe Hebrew School

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A Happy
Healthy & Prosperous

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BUENOS AIRES (JTA) energies in ideological-
— The government . has racial conflicts which do
issued a decree cloging not respond to the senti-
down Editorial Milicia, a ments of Argentines, - the
leading disseminator of government decree
anti-Semitic hate prop- stated.
aganda, and banned the
Jewish organizations in
distribution and sale of Argentina have been pro-
six of its publications. The testing the recent prolif-
decree, published in the eration of anti-Semitic,
official Gazette, stated pro-Nazi literature which
that the publications -coincided with a wave of
were creating friction in- bombings and other
compatible with Argenti- Jewish institutions.
na's essential values.
"In the present cir-
Among the statements
cumstances, we cannot published by Editorial
nrrmit the dissipation of Milicia was the allegation

AJCommittee to Ho - nor Priest

AL STEINBERG

JUST NORTH OF TEL TWELVE MALL

Argentine Government Issues Decree to End
Efforts of Anti-Semitic Newspaper Publisher

353-9000

WASHINGTON — The
American Jewish Com-
mittee will honor the Rev.
Edward H. Flannery, a
distinguished leader in
the field of Catholic-
Jewish relations, at a
luncheon at the
Shoreham Hotel in
Washington, Oct. 14.
Rev. Flannery, who has
served for the past 10
years as executive sec-
retary of the Secretariat
for Catholic-Jewish Rela-
tions of the National Con-
ference of Catholic
Bishops, will retire from
that post Oct. -31. He will
return to his original dio-
cese in Providence, R.I.,
to assume the position of
director of the Office of

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Continuing Education of
the Clergy.
AJC's tribute to Fr.
Flannery will take the
form of a presentation of
its Washington chapter's
-Isaiah Award, which will
cite_ him as a "distin-
guished priest, fighter for
justice, friend of the
Jewish people, servant of
humanity: -
The presentation will be
made by Rabbi Marc H.
Tannenbaum, AJC's na-
tional director of inter-
religious affairs, a long.-
time collaborator will Fr.
Flannery for the im-
provement of Catholic-
Jewish relations.
Fr. Flannery is a pro-
lific writer whose articles
have appeared in a wide'
variety of Catholic and
lay publications. His
book, "Anguish of the
Jews: Twenty Three Cen-
turies of Anti-Semitism,"
_published by Macmillan
in 1965, has been trans
into
French,
lated
Spanish and Portuguese,
and has received six
awards.

that Jews lied about Au-
schwitz, that Jesus was not
a Jew and that the choice
was between "Hitler or

Lenin."

Meanwhile, in Tel Aviv,
leaders of the Mapam-
sponsored Kibutz
Haartzi movement de-
bated how to stimulate
aliya among Latin
American Jews, espe-
cially those in Argentina.
Nathan Peled, secret-
ary of Kibutz
claimed that Arge,_ pie
Jews were living on the
brink of a volcano.
He urged the govern-
ment and +he Jewish
Agency to do much more
than they have been
doing to encourage aliya
from Latin America.

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Health, Peace
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Happiness

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Wish All Their Relatives
Customer's and Friends

A Healthy and Happy
New Year

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