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April 18, 1980 - Image 44

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44 Friday, April 18, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be
withheld from publication upon request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials
will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.

Letters for Wallenberg Urged

The address to which let-
able failures of past gov-
Editor, The Jewish News:
The Swedish government ernments. Emphasize ters should be send is:
has decided to send a team that they must not bypass 011a Ullsten,
to the Moscow Olympics, this opportunity to get to Swedish Foreign Minis-
but it would still possible the truth in the Wallen- ter,
Box 16121,
for the Swedes, using their berg case.
Indicate that you and 510323,
Olympic Games participa-
tion as leverage, to exert thousands of others are out- Stockholm 16, Sweden
some pressure on the Rus- raged at the conspiracy of
Please send us a copy of
sians to release information silence that has surrounded the letter your send. These
the fate of this symbol of are extremely helpful in the
on Raoul Wallenberg.
It is vital that the man's humanity to man. effort.
Swedish government re- Implore the Swedish gov-
Governors Carey of New
ceive international ernment to take strong de- York and Brown of Califor-
encouragement to press for cisive action on behalf of nia and Mayors Koch of
a clarification from the Raoul Wallenberg — a man New York and Feinstein of
whose deeds of heroism and San Francisco issued proc-
USSR immediately.
The Swedish White Pap- compassion have done so lamations declaring March
ers on Raoul Wallenberg much to bring honor to his 27 Raoul Wallenberg Day.
were classified as top secret country.
On May 2-3, there will be
It is vital that your letters international hearings on
documents until January of
this year. Their release has be sent as soon as possible. the plight of Wallenberg in
made public the tragic neg- The only hope for action at Stockholm.
lect of the past Swedish gov- this level is if an enormous
ernments to utilize numer- amount of pressure is felt Annette and Tom Lantos,
Free Wallenberg
ous significant oppor- while there is still time for
Committee,
tunities to press for infor- the Swedes to bargain with
PO Box 611
mation on and/or the re- the Russians. If we delay,
that time will quickly pass. Burlingame, Calif. 94010
lease of Raoul Wallenberg.
In your letter we would
like to urge the Swedish
government in the
States has given $816 mil-
strongest terms possible Editor, The Jewish News:
lion to UNRWA for the up-
The
dastardly
murderous
not to repeat the inexcus-
attack on Misgav Am by keep of Arab refugees (as
terrorists of the Arab Liber- compared to the very mini-
Lights! Action!
ation League, one of the ter- mal contributions by their
rorist
organizations under Arab brothers: $40 million
MACK PITT
the umbrella of the PLO, by Saudi Arabia, $10 mil-
Orchestra
again emphasizes the ur- lion by Libya, pitiful
gent need to stop any amounts by other oil-
And His
American help, under the producing states, and none
DISCO MACHINE
guise of contributions to by Russia).
Stereophonic Dolby
American contributions
UNRWA (the United Na-
Sound!
tions Relief and Works Ad- have been used for the
Pop-Soul-Top 40
maintenance of refugee
ministration).
358-3642
_ Since 1949, the United camps — a conscious Arab
fraudulent strategy to
maintain the refugees as a
deadly weapon to destroy
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How long do we have to
permit our tax monies to
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and Israeli citizens? How
long do we have to sub-
sidize a large staff of
Arab and other bureauc-
rats maintained by UN-
RWA?
I have written a letter to
that effect to President Car-
ter, and also to our Con-
IS THE GUY
gressmen and Senators,
asking them to investigate
the use of U.S. tax-monies
by UNRWA in promoting
these activities and to stop
our indirect but unwitting
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support of fraudulent relief
to thousands of non-existing
refugees and to terrorist
PLO bases. I ask your
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Akiva to Hold Art Auction

Akiva Hebrew Day
School PTA will host an art
auction and social evening 8
p.m. April 27 at the Gallery
Art Center, 18831 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. A preview
with refreshments will
begin at 7.
Among the artists whose
works will be auctioned off
are: Dali, Norman
Rockwell, Edna Hibel,
Mary Vickers and Charlene
Mitchell.
Featured will be origi-
nal signed oils, lithog-
raphs, woodcuts and
metal sculptures.

ARRY FREEDMAN

Proceeds will benefit PTA
projects. There is a nominal
charge. For information,
call the day school office,
354-4664.

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Sisterhood Plans
an Art Auction

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will hold an art auc-
tion 7:30 p.m. April 27 in
the synagogue. Wine and
cheese preview will be held
at 6:30.
Coordinated by Park
West Galleries, the auction
will feature lithographs,
etchings, woodcuts, serig-
raphs, paintings and
watercolors.
There is a charge.

Community
Calendar
__________

Sunday — Hashachar Is-
rael Independence Day
party, 1 p.m.; and FJCC Is-
rael Anniversary celebra-
tion, 6 p.m., Cong. Beth Is-
rael.
FJCC
Monday —
nominating committee
meeting, 7:30 p.m., home of
Murray. Moss, 5448 Sugar-
bush Ln.; and Beth El board
of education, 8 p.m.
UJA
Tuesday —
Women's Division workers
training meeting, noon,
home of Bette Heidenrich;
Keren Or board, 8 p.m.; and
Bnai Brith board, 8 p.m.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El; ORT
membership tea, 1 p.m.;
"Maxine and the Jewish
Connection," 7:30 p.m.,
---WFBE; and FJCC board of
governors, 8 p.m.

Flint People
Make News

Feliks Kats has been
named to the president's
honor list for the fall semes-
ter at Mott Community Col-
lege.
Joe Hallem of Southwes-
tern High School won the
100-yard butterfly cham-
pionship in the city of Flint
high school swimming
meet. He also won the
Saginaw Valley East cham-
pionship. He also swims
with the Southwestern
relay team which won its
events in the same two
meets.

Israel Update

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reiter
will give an update on Israel
8 p.m. today at Temple Beth
El. They were in Israel re-
cently at a meeting of the
World Union for Progress-
ive Judaism.

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