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July 16, 1982 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Exhibit Defaced

BONN (JTA) — Vandals
defaced segments of an
exhibition on peace and dis-
armament showing victims
of Nazi concentration camps
by daubing them with swas-
tikas and Nazi slogans.
The exhibition is taking
place in Luebeck at the
headquarters of the West
German Central Trade Un-
ions.

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LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
Continuing federal funding
cutbacks are having a se-
vere impact on services and
programs in Los Angeles
supported by the United
Jewish Welfare Fund cam-
paign, according to a report
by Larry Siegel, grants and
special projects director for
the Jewish Federation
Council.
Siegel declared that "as
the depressed economy con-
tinues to put people out of
work and the federal gov-
ernment persists in narrow-
ing eligibility requirements
for its human assistance
programs, more people are
turning to us for help."



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Extend MFN to Romania Presidents Conference Urges

Cutbacks Hurt
L.A. Programs

More than 75,000 people
in Gaza and the West Bank
receive food through CARE.

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WASHINiTON (JTA) —
The Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American
Jewish Organizations,
urged the United States to
extend Most Favored Na-
tion (MFN) trade status to
Romania for another year
despite the concerns the
conference continues to
voice over the delays in pro-
cessing Jewish emigration
from Romania.
Testifying on behalf of the
conference, Jack Spitzer,
president of Bnai Brith In-
ternational, told a House
Trade Subcommittee that
although it continues to be
concerned about the long
delays embodied in
Romania's emigration pro-
cedures, the conference be-
lieves that Most Favored
Nation status for that coun-
try "has proven to be benefi-

cial to the Romania Jewish
community and to the Un-
ited States."
Spitzer noted that the
Presidents Conference and
the Romanian government
had reached an accord in
1979 that established a
mechanism permitting the
conference to monitor the

to the attention of the
Romania government.

progress of would-be
emigres and creating the,
hope for a speedup.

Spitzer pointed out that
on the other hand, the rat
of passport approvals fo
May and June were "con
paratively high," indicatin
that the Romanians "ca
expedite (their) procedure
when motivated to do so."

The Bnai Brith leader
noted that a number of
"difficult cases" had
been resolved, but that
there existed a signific-
ant backlog of cases
which have been brought

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Demjanjuk's American
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Those of us who survived the camps with nothing but our lives
have a special duty to the people of Israel.
They desperately need our help now.

Hundreds of lives and billions of dollars have been lost
in a war that terrorists have made necessary. We are asked
only to help life go on. Unless we do, vital programs will

have to be scrapped, and Israel's people burdened beyond
their ability. Can we let Israel suffer and not respond to the
best of our ability?

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