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January 07, 1983 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Louisiana Floods
Miss -Area Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The president of the‘United
Jewish Charities (UJC) of
Northeast Louisiana in
Monroe, Morris Mintz, said
Tuesday that the UJC had
no information that any
Jewish homes, factories or
institutions in the area had
been damaged by the floors
which have ravaged the
area, causing, estimated
damages of $100 million.
Mintz told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, in a
telephone interview, that
the UJC had learned of one
case in which a Jewish-
owned home in the Monroe
area had come close to being
damaged by the rampaging
flood waters but actually
was not damaged.
Mintz said the UJC was
planning a special meeting
"within a few days" to
assess the flood's possible ef-
fects on local area Jews but
repeated that he was cer-
tain that if any Jewish fam-
ily, institution or business
had been hurt, the. UJC
would have learned about it
and would have stepped in
to:provide help.

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Red Cross
Workers Visit
Israeli POWs

GENEVA (JTA) —
Representatives of the In-
ternational Committee of
the Red Cross (ICRC)
Stationed in Lebanon last
week visited the six Israeli
soldiers being held as pris-
oners of war in Lebanon by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, the ICRC re-
ported.
The visit took.place in ac-
cordance with the regula-
tions of the Geneva. Conven-
tion, which 'means that the
ICRC representatives were
accompanied by doctors but
no witnesses.
The ICRC spokesman
said that according to the
report he received, the Is-
raelis were in good health
but were "very homesick."
The ICRC has been unsuc-
cessful in trying to obtain
permission -from a PLO
splinter group which is
holding two other Israeli
soldiers as prisoners of war.

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France Honors
Several Jews

PARIS (JTA) — Adam
Loss, editor and director of
the French edition of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Bulletin, was named to the
French Legion of Honor.
Loss, who is a member of the
JTA Board of Directors, re-
tired last spring as director
of the United Jewish Wel-
fare Fund (FSJU). He now
also heads the French
Jewish monthly, L'Arche.
Among others in the New
Year's list of honors is the
promotion of Armand Kap-
lan, former World Jewish
Congress political director,
to the rank of Officer in the
Legion of Honor, and the
nominations of Rabbi
Samuel Fahmi, chief
Jewish prison chaplain, and
Jean Levy, a FSJU vice
president, to the legion.

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