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September 24, 1976 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NJCRAC Names
Two to Positions

........,
FIRESTONE

Allon Will Discuss Sinai Violations and Oil Dispute with U.S.

NEW YORK — Theo-
dore R. Mann, chairman
of the National Jewish
Community Relations
Advisory Council, has
announced •two staff ap-
pointments: Charney V.
Bromberg to the perma-
nent, staff of the agency
and pr. Gary S. Schiff as
director of Middle East
affairs.
Bromberg will assume
staff responsibility for
the agency's Commission
on Equal Opportunity,
7ording
to executive
A
Olt chairman, Albert D.
Chernin.
Dr. Schiff, as director of
Middle East affairs, will
have major executive re-
sponsibility for the
NJCRAC Israel Task
Force and the Commis-
sion on Israel.
YOUR WEDDING—
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TEL AVIV (JTA) _—
Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon said Monday he will
discuss with United
States officials this week
both Egyptian violations
of the Sinai agreement
and oil drillings by an
American firm in the
Israeli-controlled part of
the Suez Gulf.
On the drilling in the
gulf by Amoco, an Ameri-
can oil company under
contract with Egypt,
Allon said Israel is firm in
its belief that it controls
the eastern half of Suez

just as it does the adja-
cent part of the Sinai.
He said anyone wishing
to drill there must receive
Israel's consent. He said
consent will be based on
what Israel gets in return.
However, he refused to
answer further questions,
noting that the drilling has
stopped pending negotia-
tions between the U.S. and

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government, began pros-
pecting in the eastern
sector of the Gulf of Suez.
Israel claims that
under. the 1975 interim

WASHINGTON (JTA)
— Declaring that Jewish
life must "cope with the
reality - that political
freedoms are becoming "a
shrinking minority''
throughout the world,
David M. Blumberg, re-
elected Bnai Brith presi-
dent, concluded the or-
ganization's biennial
convention with a call for

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warned
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difference" to the fact
that four of every five of
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The foreign policies of
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Final business of the
six-day convention was a
meeting of a newly-
elected Bnai Brith board
of governors which
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dean of the ,University of
Maryland's School of So-
cial Work and Community
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Brith, succeeding Rabbi
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accord with Egypt, she
controls those waters. Is-
raeli naval units cut the
moorings of an American
oil rig several weeks ago.

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The issue of oil rights in
the Gulf of Suez arose
when Amoco, an Ameri-
can oil company under
contract to the Egyptian

"The Contemporary
Jewish Experience
Photography Contest" is
being_sponsored by the
"Association of TzedakLla
Collectives" in New York,
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