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February 15, 1980 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, February 15, 1980

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110IES CIIET111 ORG1NIZ1TION
OF DETROIT. INC.

(FUNDS FOR PASSOVER)

We wish to thank the many contributors to the
Moles Chetim Fund.
THIS YEAR more than any other year, the

NEED IS GREATER!

MANY PEOPLE ARE UNEM-
PI.OYED. MANY NEW NAMES
HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR
LISTS INCLUDING RUSSIAN
IMMIGRANTS AND OTHER
COUNTRIES.
Cost of living is up .

We not only assist the needy
families, we also supply the
manyl Hospitals and Mental
Institutions, in the State of
Michigan, with foods for Pe-
sach.

One of the finest and most
meaningful aspects of the
Passover Holiday is the re-
membrance of the less fortun-
ate who are in need of special
help. We URGENTLY request
that you please mail your con-
tribution to.

110IES CI1ET111 ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT, M.

Mr. Morris Dorn, President
Morrey Gould, vice-president
Abe Katzman, vice-pres. & treas.
Abraham Satovsky, vice-president
Mrs. Samuel Leve, fin. secy.
Ben Weisman, ex. secy.

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24225 Greenfield
Southfield,'Michigan 48075

A Happy Purim & Joyous Passover to All

U.S. Critical of Israel Decision -
to Move Settlers into Hebron

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The U.S. declared Tuesday
that "the movement of Is-
raeli settlers into the city of
Hebron itself would be a
step backward in the peace
process," but explicitly
ruled out "punitive" action
against Israel.
In a statement read to re-
porters, State Department
Chief Spokesman Hodding
Carter said "the implica-
tibns" of the Israel Cabinet's
decision to allow Israelis to
move into houses in Hebron,
whose original Jewish own-
ers were massacred or
forced to flee in 1929, "are
serious and far-reaching
and the U.S. government is
seriously concerned about
them."
Carter said that the move
"could have serious conse-
quences for the autonomy
negotiations."

The U.S., Carter said, op-
poses "unilateral steps to
change the character" of the
area.
Meanwhile, the Israel
Cabinet's declaration Sun-
day that Jews have the
right, in principle, to live in
Hebron, - drew mixed reac-
tions and some confusion
over what, if anything, the
government intends to do
about it. The 10-day curfew
on Hebron was lifted Sun-
day night.
Some nationalist and
religious militants were
angered by the Cabinet's
failure to announce a deci-
sion to establish a Jewish

American Jewish Action
Detroit Zionist Federation
Israel Aliyah Center
Israel Information Resource Center
Israel Students Organization

present
internationally known speaker

DAN SHUEFTAN

Director of the Shiloah Institute
of Middle East Studies
on

THE PEACE AGREEMENT
AND
THE FACTS BEHIND IT

SUN., FEB. 17,1980-7:30 P.M.
at
Jewish Community Center Auditorium

15110 W. Ten Mile Road (near Church)
Oak Park, Michigan

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presence in the West Bank
Arab town forthwith.
Others were convinced that
the Cabinet will act when it
convenes again next Sun-
day. Moderates seemed
satisfied that the issue is
dead for the time being.

• • *

Britain Chief Rabbi
Urges Palestinian
State in. West Bank

LONDON (JTA) —
British Chief Rabbi Im-
manuel Jakobovits said
Tuesday he did not rule out
the possibility of a Palesti-
nian state on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip and that he
would even allow such a
state to have its capital in`,
Jerusalem.
The chief rabbi made his
remarks at a luncheon at
his home for representa-
tives of the Jewish press.
Asked about his views on a
Palestinian state, Dr.
Jakobovits said that Israel
should tell the Arabs that, if
they entered peaceful and
normal relations with her
for a 10-year trial period, no
options would be closed for a
subsequent peace settle-
ment.

•• •

Goren Rejects
Orthodox Complaints
Over Transplant

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren is expected to
issue a halakhic decree dec-
laring that the transplant of
kidneys from a deceased
person to save the life of an-
other is permissible under
Jewish law and is in fact a
"initzva."
Goren initiated the ruling
apparently to still the furor
in some Orthodox circles
over the transplant of a kid-
ney from slain yeshiva stu-
dent Yehoshua Sloma to a
nine-year-old Arab girl at
Hadassah Hospita.
Sloma, 23, was fatally
shot by unknown assailants
in the Hebron market place
on Jan. 31.
Religious. circles pro-
tested vehemently that the
transplant was done with-
out the prior consent of the
youth's family and that the
recipient was violently
anti-Israel. According to
Aguda Israel MK Menahem
Porush, she is "known- for
her enthusiastic support of
the PLO." Goren rejected
that complaint, saying it

Academics Win
Bialik Awards

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Tel Aviv Municipality pre-
sented its Bialik Award for
literature and Jewish
knowledge to two aca-
demicians.
The recipients were Prof.
Dov Sadan, in recognition of
his life's work and the re-
cent publication of three
volumes of essays entitled
"Roads and Tracks"; and
Prof. Dan Miron for his
book, "Visions and Truth"
tracing the beginnings of
Yiddish and Hebrew novels
in the 19th Century.

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