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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-03

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52 Friday, September 3, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NY Congressmen Back Israel

sional support for economic
aid to Israel.
Discussing the criticism
of Israel in the U.S. news
media, Rep. James Scheuer
(D-NY) said, "This too shall
pass." He said that the
fruits of Israel's accom-
plishment in Lebanon and
the enormity of what Israel
achieved will very soon be-
come clear.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Two American Con-
gressmen met last week
with Premier Menahem
Begin, and afterwards ex-
pressed support for Israel's
military operation in Leba-
non.
Rep. Mario Biaggi
(D-NY) expressed confi-
dence that Israel's action
would not reduce Congres-

rReaders 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.

Cancelling JCC
Bus Service Hit

Editor, The Jewish News:
As a member of the

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they will not. The informa-
tion is false and msileading.

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Editor, The Jewish News:
I was in Lebanon within
the last two weeks. Much to
my surprise I did not wit-
ness any wanton destruc-
tion such as I had expected
on having read newspaper
and magazine accounts.
We visited the Beaufort
Castle. Below the castle
were former Lebanese
homes and mansions that
had been confiscated by the
PLO. Fields of tobacco were
seen, children were on the
streets playing.
Pointed out to us were
numerous caches of
weaponry where thousands
of tons of armaments were
stored in mountain caves,
school basements, hospital
rooms as well as other pub-
lic buildings. In both
Nabatiyeh and Marjayoun
one saw the pockmarks of
much shooting but in both
cities life had returned to a
normalcy unknown for
many years.
We were told by the
people when the PLO
entered a city, they im-
mediately killed several
thousand people as a
warning that anyone who
gave them trouble would
get the same treatment.
Lebanese women were
raped by the PLO, and
the men were abused in
other ways.
The PLO pillaged and
took what it wanted. The
Syrians also abused the
people although they tried
to keep the PLO in check in
regard to the Lebanese.
As we approached
Marjayoun, we saw on the
hillside a ghost city where
all the inhabitants had left
and had not yet returned
due to harassment, murder
and abuse from the PLO.
The southern Bekaa Valley
that we saw was at long last
peaceful and once again
children could be seen out-
side playing without fear of
what the next day would
bring.

Mrs. Arnold Eisenman

Home for Aged Honors 200

More than 200 persons
were honored at the 25th
biannual volunteer cham-
pagne reception and awards
presentation at the Jewish
Home for Aged.
Accepting awards on be-
half of their groups were:
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samson,
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Pritz and
Emma Silverman, games;
Jesse Shapero and Sara Be-
rlin, hobby shop; Marilyn
Fishman, Butzel vacation;
Jean Arkin, gift shop; Anna
Mickel, library.
Also Esther Benson and
Sadye Sherman, Nosh

Nook; Roz Weiner and
Sandra Hertz, Friendly Vis-
itors and Resocialization;
Ira Zaidman, religious ac-
tivities; Miriam Sandweiss
and Ann Lullove, pro-
gramming; Arthur Lipsitt,
resident volunteers; and
Geraldine Margolis, auxil-
iary.

Business
Briefs

Jesse W. Antman and
Manual Katzman have
qualified as members of the
1982 President's Council of
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Co.

TAU Overseas
Project Expands

NEW YORK — Begin-
ning this fall, Tel Aviv Uni-
versity's overseas student
program will be open to stu-
dents at Beloit College in
Wisconsin.
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in
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university in Israel.

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