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July 27, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, July 21, 1919

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
HIAS has announced that it
has doubled its commitment
for the current year in as-
sisting Indochinese refu-
gees. Gaynor Jacobson, the
organization's executive
vice president, stated that
HIAS is prepared to receive
and help in the resettlement
of 6,000 Indochinese, many
of them boat people, instead
of its original commitment
for 3,000.
He said HIAS provides
the same assistance and
services to the Indochinese
as it does to Jewish refu-
gees, including reception at
the airport, clearance
through immigration and
customs and sponsorship by
a relative, a community- or
agency. Jewish community
agencies assist with hous-
ing, employment, health
and any other problems that
may arise.
In Geneva, the executive
committee of the European
Council of Jewish Commu-
nity Services (ECJCS) is-
sued an urgent plea to its
member organizations, to
put their experience in ref-
ugee resettlement at the
disposal of their respective
governments willing to as-
sist the boat people.
Fritz Hollander, of
Stockholm, chairman of
the ECJCS, declared that
"All of us who. survived
the Nazi period must be
stirred into action or else
left with a feeling of im-
potence and despair by
the great tragedy unfold-
ing before our eyes."
Maurice Schamisso, of
Antwerp, who heads the
ECJCS social service com-
mittee, said there were

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agencies in a number of
affiliated communities with
experienced personnel who
could be of valuable assis-
tance in any resettlement
scheme adopted by their
governments.
Dr. Rene Weill, of Bern,
noted that the Social Wel-
fare Committee of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Com-
munities in Switzerland has
formed part of a consortium
of eight voluntary agencies
which has taken charge of
the resettlement of 1,700
Vietnamese refugees ad-
mitted last year and an
additional 2,000 being ad-
mitted this year. The agen-
cies work in close coopera-
tion with the Swiss gov-
ernment.
Weill said much credit for
the success of the program
could be attributed to the
use of intensive training
given the refugees in the
languages and customs of
Switzerland, a program
modeled on Israel's ulpanim
used in the acculturation of
immigrants from many
countries.
A conference on the
refugees, called by
United Nations Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim,
was held this week. The
UN invited 72 countries
and 12 foreign ministers
and Israel was repre-
sented by its Minister of
Absorption, David Levy.
In Brussels, the Jewish
Community Center has
agreed to take in three refu-
gee families as a first step to
aid the Belgian govern-
ment's plan to admit 10,000.
The Canadian Jewish
Congress has decided to
sponsor the resettlement of
1,000 boat people beyond
the 8,000 the Canadian
government has accepted
for immigration.
The congress will also
contribute $10,000 toward
direct relief aid and will ap-
proach leaders of the non-
Jewish community to inter-
vene with the Canadian
government to admit more
boat people into the coun-
try. In addition, Jewish
immigrant aid organiza-
tions are prepared to pro-
vide technical assistance,
expedite employment and

Weizman OKs
Arab Aid to WB

1-410's or regulars

COCA COLA

Jerusalem Blast

Groups Plan to Aid Boat People

WEEKLY SPECIALS
ON WINES

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman told West Bank
mayors last week that he -
would not object to their re-
ceiving funds from Arab
states — provided those
funds went towards "posit-
ive" municipal purposes
and provided the Military
Government gave its ap-
proval each time.
Weizman made the point
in conversation with the
mayors of Bethlehem and
nearby Bet-Sahur and Bet-
Jallah, during a tour of
Judea.
Weizman, who is respon-
sible for the military ad-
ministration, also visited
Hebron, meeting with
Mayor Fahed Kawassme
and with his predecessor,
now old and ill, Mohammed
Jaabari.

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care.
The Hebrew Union Col-
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ternational Rescue
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