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May 07, 1982 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

62 Friday, May 1, 1982

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Falasha Report Planned
at JCCouncil Assembly

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A report on the current
plight of Ethiopian Jewry
will be presented at the
Jewish Community Council
Delegate Assembly 8 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Guest speaker at the as-
sembly will be Lawrence
Jackier, who has recently
returned from Ethiopia,
where he participated in a
fact-finding mission spon-
sored by the National
Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council. In
his address, Jackier will
comment on current efforts

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Abu-Hatzeira
Quits Cabinet

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Aharon Abu-Hatzeira's res-
ignation as Minister of
Labor, Welfare and Absorp-
tion, which he submitted in
writing last Friday to Pre-
mier Menahem Begin, for-
mally took effect Sunday.
Begin reported Abu-
Hatzeira's decision to the
Cabinet and the ministers
approved the appointment
of Aharon Uzan, the
number two man in the
three-member Tami Knes-
set faction which Abu-
Hatzeira heads. The ap-
pointment must still have
the approval of the Knesset.
Uzan was present at the
Cabinet meeting Sunday
and said he hoped his serv-
ice as minister would be
brief. He meant that hope-
fully Abu-Hatzeira would
be acquitted on appeal of the
larceny, fraud and breach of
trust convictions that
prompted his resignation as
minister.
He will, however, hold on
to his Knesset seat pending
a ruling by the Supreme
Court. Abu-Hatzeira re-
ceived a suspended sentence
of 20 months on the three
counts and fined 3,500
shekels- (about $170) on
April 23.

The seminar will focus on
Israel's newest security in-
strument, the Variable
Rate Issue (VRI), available
for purchase by trustees for
employee benefit funds and
union funds.
Dr. Hershel Sandberg is
Medical Physician's Di-
vision chairman.



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Terrorist Claims
Red Brigades
Get PLO Arms

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aimed at bringing Ethio-
pian Jews to Israel.
Past chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Cabinet,
Jackier currently serves as
co-chairman of Council's
Detroit Soviet Jewry Com-
mittee. He is also a board
member of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and the
Jewish Community Center.
The assembly will con-
clude with a social hour
hosted by the sisterhood of
Bnai Moshe.

Physicians' Event for Bonds

For further information and application
call 661-0600.

ROME (JTA) — Antonio
Savasta, on trial for the
murder of former Premier
Aldo Moro and other crimi-
nal acts, has given Italian
authorities details of Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion collaboration with the
Red Brigade in Italy, in-
chiding extensive weapons
supplies.
According to Savasta,
who confessed that he gave
the orders to kill Moro, the
PLO delivers arms to the
Red Brigade for their own
use and to be stored for PLO
terrorist acts on Italian soil.
He said a weapons ship-
ment handed over in Cyprus
included ground-to-air mis-
siles, machine guns and
bombs of various types. An-
other shipment smuggled
into Italy from France con-
tained Kalachnikov auto-
matic rifles, hand grenades
and guns.
Savasta claimed the PLO
has two arms caches in
Italy, one in Mondello and
the other in Sardegna. Both
were subsequently dis-
covered by police.

HAPPY 50TH
BIRTHDAY

Your Kids,

Toni, Sandy, Marci (and
baby-to-be), Scott,
Bobby, Ryan, Tigger,
Pepper, Tiger and Rocky

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