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August 04, 1978 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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52 Friday, Rapist 4, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Official Withdraws His
Resignation After Budget Cut

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Minister of Commerce and

Hurwitz described the de-
cision to include the
supplementary IL 298 mill-
ion as "a boost to inflation."
He said he did not want to
share the responsibility for
such a decision.
Begin promised that the
Knesset Finance Commit-
tee would introduce an IL 3
billion cut in the budget.

Industry Yigal Hurwitz res-
igned from the Cabinet last
week but withdrew his res-

ignation 24 hours later after

winning his point that the
national budget must be
cut.

Hurwitz announced he
was quitting after the
Cabinet approved an IL 206
billion budget. This in-
cluded a supplementary

budget of nearly IL 298
million that the ministers
had tacked onto the IL 179
billion budget approved by
the Knesset three months
ago.

Nazi Armbands
Banned by Store

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
— The general manager of
F.W. Woolworth, William
Lefevre, stated that sales of
Nazi armbands is being dis-
continued in his store.

Abe Cheraw, Says:

My old customers keep
coming back and so do.
their friends and rela-
tives. If you don't call
us, you may be missing
more than you know.

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ADE CHEROW, President
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Carter Mum on 1980 Olympics

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The White House has de-
clined to comment on the
identical resolutions in the
Senate and House urging
'removal of the 1980 Olym-
pics from Moscow to a city
outside the Soviet Union, in
view of the Soviet govern-
ment's violations of human
rights and media freedom.
Presidential Press Sec-
retary Jody Powell said that
"it is important we
thoroughly consider all
ramifications in response to
any action we find deplora-
ble and that we respond in
the most effective way."
President Carter said at
his press conference last
Thursday night that he op-
posed "a boycott" of the
Olympics. The Congres-
sional sponsors of the resol-
utions are not seeking a
boycott.
Ronald Reagan said last
week that he supported the
move. He said the Interna-
tional Olympic Committee
had operated "under a dou-
ble standard for too long.
"If the South Africans are
too odious VS compete be-
cause of apartheid, what of
the Russians who throw
their dissidents in concent-
ration camps? The Russians
have done nothing to de-
monstrate they abide by the
Olympic ideal. What better
time than now for world
opinion to tell them so,
through withdrawal of the
Games from Moscow?"

CARL LEVIN

Democrat for U.S. Senate

A Proven Friend

"MIT ALLE MAILES:

A group in San Francisco
calling itself the Interna-
tional Monitoring Commit-
tee for the 1980 Olympic
Games is trying to collect
one million signatures on a
petition to have the site of
the Games changed.
The committee is a coali-
tion of Soviet Jewry activist
organizations headed by
Rep. Jack Kemp of New
York. Petitions are availa-
ble from the committee at
106 Baden St., San Fran-
cisco 94131.
The head of the U.S.
Olympic Committee, Robert
Kane, pledged last week
that the USOC is strongly
committed to Israel's par-
ticipation in the 1980
Olympics and would "stand
by Israel's side" if any at-
tempts are made to bar Is-
rael from the Moscow
games.
A widespread public de-
bate is developing in Au-
stralia following calls by
leading parliamentarians,
human rights-activists and
Jewish organizations for a
boycott of the 1980 Moscow
Olympics. Last week, Sen.
Alan Missen, a leading Lib-
eral Party spokesman on
human rights, called on the
Australian government to
withdraw from the Olym-
pirs as a protest against the
trials and convictions of
Anatoly Shcharansky, Ale-
xander Ginzburg, Yuri
Orlov and others.
_ Speaking at a solidarity
rally attended by nearly
2000 people, Missen re-
ceived loud applause when
he called for the boycott.
But the Labor opposition
Minister for Foreign Af-
fairs, Sen. Ken Wriedt, said
he would not favor such a
move although he joined the
rally to protest against the
Moscow trials.
In a country which is
widely regarded as "sports
mad," Missen's call received
widespread coverage in the
media. A number of leading
Liberal Party federal and
state parliamentarians
have supported the call but
Prime Minister Malcolm
Fraser was non-committal
when asked for his views by
reporters.
Spokesmen for the Au-
stralian Olympic Federa-
tion and other sports or-
ganizations have opposed
the idea of either a boycott
of the games or an attempt
to move the venue from
Moscow.
A delegation of rabbis
which last week called on
Minister for Foreign Affairs
Andrew Peacock asked for a
boycott of the games as one
of several measures it urged
the Australian government
to take against the Soviet
Union.
The delegation also called

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Re-
ligious young women who
waive their exemption from
military service will be
permitted to wear the tradi-
tional Orthodox headgear
rather than the general
issue uniform caps, accord-
ing to an order by Chief of
Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan.

MACK PITT
ORCHESTRA

on Peacock to review Au-
stralia's cultural and scien-
tific relations with the
Soviet Union and to sus-
pend representative delega-
tions planning to attend
conferences in the Soviet
Union.

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October 1977

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