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June 11, 1982 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 11, 1982 19

Turkish Pressure on Genocide
Conference in Israel Is Denied

SPECIALI YOU

Talk to the Specialty Shops

Loehmann

HUNTERS -r-SQUARE

TALLY HALL

I: BLOOMERS: lingerie
11 CASWELL MASSEY COSMETICS
11 DIANE STEPHENS: women's wear
DOBRIK OPTICAL
FABRIC ART: quilted fabric art
GARAFALO CLEANERS: dry cleaners
GOLD GALLERY : fine jewelry
7 HUNTERS SQUARE SHOE REPAIR
•11 HUNTERS SQUARE TRAVEL
n ILONA AND GALLERY: clay. art &
hand painted items
E KAPPY'S: men's clothing
11: KITCHEN GLAMOR: kitchen utensils
7 KITTY WAGNER: facials & cosmetics
LET'S ENTERTAIN: novelty &
gift items
E LEONA: handbags & jewelry
LOEHMANN'S: discounted designer
women's wear
MARIOMAX SALON: beauty parlor
MOSTLY BASKETS : wicker, home accessories
NUSRALA BRAND SHOES: discount
designer shoes
11 PAGES AND PAGES: bookstore
E PERFECT PACKAGE: fine china &
accessories
E PICKLES AND ICE CREAM: maternity
& infant wear
1.1 CREATIONS BY POLLAK's. Custom made
clothes; bridal gowns and boutique.
ROBERT'S FUR FAIR: furs
R.S. ALLEN JEWELRY DESIGN:
specialized jewelry
„7 SARA'S HALLMARK: cards & gift items
11, SCANDIA DOWN: comforters &
bed linens _ _
E SEVENTH HEAVEN: linens & bath . •
accessories
SHERRI'S: women's wear
SMALL STARS: children's wear
THE STADIUM: sports accessories
& clothing
LT; TOUT DE DUITE: women's wear
E TRUANS: candy

Shops open Wed. and Fri.. till 9 p.m.
Many Shops open Sundays

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FATHER'S DAY

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NEW YORK — Turkish
authorities and the Israeli
consul in Istanbul have de-
nied reported allegations by
author Elie Wiesel that
Turkey has threatened to
break its low-level diploma-
tic relations with Israel and
threatened the 20,000 Tur-
kish Jews if a conference on
genocide is held at Tel Aviv
University next week.
Conference organizer Is-
rael Charney of Philadel-
phia, who teaches at TAU,
told the New York Times
that "there was serious
pressure to cancel the con-
ference because of Turkish
insistence that the Arme-
nian genocide of 70 years
ago not be discussed."
Wiesel's allegations were
reportedly made in Paris,
according to Charney.
Wiesel, a survivor of the
Holocaust, is chairman of
the U.S. Holocaust Corn-
mission and will chair the

TAU genocide conference.

In Istanbul, leaders of
the Jewish community
denied the allegations of
pressure and were upset
by the charges.

The government of Israel
has withdrawn its official
participation in the confer-
ence. A Foreign Ministry
spokesman said the gov-
ernment was opposed to
linking the Holocaust with
"Armenian allegations of
genocide."
Some 1.5 million Arme-
nians were killed by the
Turks during a period end-
ing in 1915.
The conference, slated to
open on Thursday, had been

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scheduled to discuss the
Holocaust, the Armenian
tragedy, repression against
the Cambodians, gypsies,
Tibet and others.

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Music just for you

358-3642

LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD
CONGRATULATIONS TO

CHUCK BADER and., GARY KATZ

ON THEIR 5TH ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION AS

HUMBIE BAGEL CO.

Eugene, Oregon

Let your gift dollar do the most
for Israel ! Take advantage of --

Israel Arrests
Terrorist Gang

Final
Opportunity

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
20-man terrorist gang was
uncovered by - Israeli secu-
rity forces in Ramle and Lod
three months ago, a police
spokesman disclosed.
Announcement of the ar-
rests was barred by a court
order until now, but the re-
strictions were lifted since
the suspects are about to go
on trial.
According to police, the
terrorist cell, operating
within Israel, planned large
scale sabotage operations
throughout the country.
Quantities of sabotage
material and explosives
were found when the gang
was apprehended.

to give 100 or more trees
at the present price

The police said the cell
was part of El Fatah, the
main terrorist arm of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization. They
learned of it while inves-
tigating the murder of an
Arab money-changer in
the Old City of Jerusalem
two years ago.

As of October 1, 1982, it will cost more to plant a
Garden, Grove, Woodland, or Forest in Israel.
So . . .an excellent time to make your gift is now!

Cost
Beginning
Oct. 1, 1982

Four men were sentenced
for the murder but a fifth
escaped and was later re-
ported hiding in Ramle. His
arrest several months ago
led police to the El Fatah
cell of which he was a
member.

Israel Teachers
Hired Abroad

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The number of teachers sent
from Israel to Jewish
schools abroad, increased
this year from 114 last year
to 285, according to Sara
Hos, director of the section
of teachers emissaries at the
World Zionist Organiza-
tions Department for Edu-
cation and Culture in the
Diaspora.
The teachers are in 23
countries. In the U.S. and
Canada, there are 136
teachers; 91 in Latin
America and 35 in Mexico.
In Europe, there are 44
teachers, and in South Af-
rica and Australia there are
14 teachers.

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