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August 19, 1977 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, August 19, 1977 19

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the very end, when he has
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For Rosh Hashana, the
traditional Magen David,
universally recognized as a
symbol of Judaism and part
of the official flag of Israel,
is presented on an elegent
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in white interlaced with
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"May- The New Year Bring
You Peace, Good Health
and Joy" in both English
and Hebrew; personalized
imprints are also available.
Now being printed for fall
distribution is a festive and
colorful menorah with a
"Happy Hanuka" message
in the two languages and
personalized imprints also
available.
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NEW YORK (JTA)—The
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations has assailed the
Greek delegation to the
United Nations for support-
ing the admission of the Pa-
lestine Liberation Organiza-
tion to the UN economic
Commission for West Asia
(ECWA).
Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler, chairman of the
Conference, made public
last week a letter he had
sent to George Papoulia,
Greece's Ambassador to
the UN, voicing "shock and
dismay" at the vote of the
Greek delegation to the UN
Economic and Social Coun-
cil (ECOSOC) last month in
favor of full membership
status for the PLO in
ECWA.
Greece was the only West-
em nation to vote in favor
of the successful PLO bid
for full membership status.
The vote in ECOSOC to
grant member-status to the
PLO was 27-11. Twelve
countries abstained. The
United States voted against
the PLO, along with Aus-
tria, Canada, Denmark,
France, Germany, Italy,
The Netherlands, New Zea-
land, Norway and the
United Kingdom.

NEW YORK (JTA)—
While the nervous grooms-
to-be waited for their future
Syrian Jewish brides at
JFK International Ai et,
the Air France flight from
Damascus taxied to a stop
on schedule shortly after 8
p.m. last Thursday night.
Soon the 13 Syrian women
set foot in America after a
long and tiring flight and 12
of them were introduced to
the men of Brooklyn's Syr-
ian Jewish community
whom they had married by
proxy July 19 in Damascus.
A 13th woman, a widow
with three children, was re-
leased at the last moment
to be re-united with her
brother "in a humanitarian
gesture" by the Syrians,
said Rep. Stephen Solarz,
(D-NY). Solarz, who repre-
sents the more than 25,000
Syrian Jews who live in
Brooklyn, has been in the
forefront of efforts to obtain
the right to emigrate for
Syrian Jews who wish to
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France, Saudi Arabia Close
Multi-Million Dollar Arms Deal ( Caricatures

PARIS (JTA)—France
has agreed to sell Saudi
Arabia "hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars" worth of
airplanes, sophisticated
electronic material and oth-
er military hardware, ac-
cording to the French-based
Arab newspaper, "Al Na-
har".
The Lebanese weekly,
now published in Paris, re-
ports in its forthcoming
issue that France and Saudi
Arabia have concluded an
agreement which coulci, turn
out to be France's largest
arms contract ever to have
been signed. It provides,
writes "Al Nahar" for the
sale of a whole series of Mi-
rage planes, models C-35,
F-4 and F-3S, electronic
radar equipment, tanks and
artillery.
The paper provides no de-
tails as to the quantities of
material to be sold and
French officials were not
prepared to comment on
the deal, or even acknowl-
edge its existence.
The Arabic paper also an-
nounced that Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko
will arrive in Cairo on Sept.
1 in order to renew Soviet-
Egyptian contacts after the
"failure of the Vance mis-
sion". Gromyko last met
with Egyptian Foreign Min-
ister Ismail Fahmy in Mos-
cow in June.
"Al Nahar" says the So-
viet Union has stepped up
its diplomatic activity in
the Middle East. The Soviet
Ambassador in Beirut, Alex-
ander Soldatov, writes "Al
Anahar", last week met on
three different occasions
with Palestine Liberation
Organization leader Yasir
Arafat and gave assurances
that it will not attend a Gen-
eva conference without the
active participation of the
PLO.
"Al Nahar" adds that a
Palestinian delegation is

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month after Gromyko's re-
turn from Cairo.

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invariably followed, sufficient resources would
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