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June 25, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, June 25, 1982

CHARTER
HOUSE
HAIR
SHOPPE

Israeli Spirit Aids War Effort

courtesy of the national air-
JERUSALEM (JNI) — line.
In the cities them-
The war in Lebanon has re-
newed the unique Israeli selves, social service
spirit of solidarity and bureaus assigned top
priority to problems aris-
philanthropy.
Hundreds of gift packages ing from the mobilization
FRANKLIN
have been distributed to of reservists and day-
SHOPPING PLAZA
combat units and to care centers were open
NORTHWESTERN HWY.
Lebanese children by the round-the-clock.
JUST N. of 12 MILE
The TV authority was
Soldiers' Welfare Associa-
353-7733
tion, refreshment stands down to a skeleton crew, as
have been set up by Galilee staffers shuttled between
kibutzim at nearby interse- Jerusalem and Lebanon to
OPEN 6 DAYS
ctions for passing soldiers, bring an accurate view of
MON. 10:30.10 p.m.
doctors throughout the the war to Israeli living
Tues., THURS., FR1.
country have offered to go rooms.
7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Israeli soldiers have also
north, as have many Israeli
WED. it SAT. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Arabs from the Golan to the come into direct contact
with foreign journalists
LADIES HAIRCUTS -
Negev.
By
The traffic of public spirit covering the war. A News-
MERRY
has also rolled southward. week photographer who
ZICHERK
"Children of the shelters" was caught in an Israeli ar-
• Haircut
from Kiryat Shmona were tillery attack on Sidon was
• Shampoo
hosted for a week by rescued by Israeli parat-
• Blowdry
families in the central roopers who took him along
region and toured El Al for two days until he could
$15
planes and airport facilities, be flown to Israel. Simi-
larly, a Cable Network
• News crew based in Beirut
553-7111
arrived in Jerusalem after
their cabdriver stranded
them on a road before Is-
raeli tanks arrived.
But perhaps the real
BODY SERVICE
media hero of this war is a
CBS cameraman who had
three rented Peugeot 504s
destroyed by gunfire in two
All work guaranteed
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SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — The transforma-
tion in recent months of the
Palestine Liberation.
Organization from a "guer-
rilla" force into a conven-
tional army posing a threat
to Israel's security "made it
virtually inevitable that
sooner or later the Israelis
would push the PLO back
from its vulnerable north-
ern border," Sen. Alan
Cranston (D-Calif.) said.
"We all deeply regret the
terrible loss of life, Arab and
Jewish, in Israel's perhaps
necessary — but inevitably
bloody — military action in
Lebanon," Cranston told
some 500 people attending
the 70th annual convention
of the National Council of
Young Israel.
"All human life is sacred,
the lives of our enemies no
less than the lives of our
friends. But as Israel saw it,
she had no choice but to
move when she did against
terrorist gunmen of the so
called Palestine Liberation
Organization."
According to Cranston,
who is the Senate Demo-
cratic Whip, "some long
lasting good" may come
about as a result of thels-
raeli action. He said this
would include a chance
for Lebanon to rid its ter-
ritories of foreign forces
and "to become once
again a unified, demo-
cratic nation at peace
with itself and with Is-
rael."

Holocaust Center

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11-14, 1983.
Meed,
Benjamin
president of the American
Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors an-
nounced that programs and
ceremonies will be held at
Kennedy Center, Constitu-

Israeli Push Against PLO
Inevitable, Cranston Says

JERUSALEM — Israel
has barred ABC-TV from
transmitting satellite news
coverage from Israel after
an interview with PLO
leader Yasir Arafat in Be-
irut was transmitted from
Israel.
The Lebanese transmit-
ting station in Beirut had
become inoperable. ABC
transmitted the film in spite
of the fact that it been
rejected by the military cen-
sor. An appeal to the chief
censor was also rejected, but
ABC made the transmission
anyway.
In New York, ABC News
charged Israel with "an in-
tolerable act of political
censorship." It said the
Arafat interview did not
comprise Israeli military
security, "the stated reason
for government censor-
ship."

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NEW YORK — The first
North American mass
gathering of Holocaust sur-
vivors focusing on the
Jewish civil and armed re-
sistance against Nazi Ger-
many will take place in
Washington, D.C. April

Israel Bars
ABC Footage

CAR STEREOS

r

Survivors to Meet in D.C. in '83

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
Holocaust mini-center and
library, directed by a
teacher and manned by stu-
dents, both on a volunteer
basis, has been created at
Bronx High School of Sci-
ence.

He called on the United
States to take a strong
active leadership role to
meet these ends.
In a related development,
Harold Jacobs, the
president of the National
Council of Young Israel, is-
sued a call for the religious
community "to apply Torah
standards to the policies
and priorities of the Jewish
state."
Jacobs urged the Ameri-
can Jewish community to
mobilize so that "Israel is
not forced to surrender, once
again, at the peace table,
what our brave boys won at
such a terrible cost on the
battlefield."
Jacobs was re-elected to a
second term as president of
the National Council of
Young Israel.

tion Hall, Lincoln Memorial
and Arlington Cemetery.
The 40th anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
will be commemorated.
Prof. Elie Wiesel,
chairman of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial
Council, is honorary
president of the event.
Ernest W. Michel, World
Gathering chairman, will
be honorary chairman of
the American Gather-
ing's executive commit-
tee.
Meed announced that a
major function of
American Gathering wi'.
the establishment of a
tional Registry of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors resid-
ing in the U.S. and Canada.

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