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June 08, 1984 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 8, 1984 5

LETTERS

Raskin's picture






For the past 35 years I
Good luck to you. It's a
have subscribed to The fine paper to read.
Jewish News, enjoyed read-
Sammy Woolf
ing the paper, and I look
forward to reading it. The
ink has improved, and its a Sunday schedule
pleasure to read your copy.
But one thing I miss is se-
It would be very nice if
eing the face of Danny Ras- some of the synagogues
kin. He may not be the most could have their concerts
handsome guy in our area and programs Sunday af-
but he is very popular, and ternoons instead of eve-
something is missing with- nings.
out that picture of him.
Since most of them Jiave
I'd like to add .with all the moved into the suburbs,
other news and ads you run, driving and visibility at
it sometimes makes his col- night isn't very good, espe-
umn lost, and we, Detroit cially for seniors who would
area people like t6 read his enjoy the programs.
column.
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Shamir: Jerusalem is
target of propaganda drive

Jerusalem (JTA) — Pre-
mier Yitzhak Shamir
charged that the nations of
the world are conducting a
"libelous propaganda cam-
paign" against Israel's de-
signation of Jerusalem as
its capital: He spoke at a
rally marking the 17th an-
niversary of the city's
reunification.
This will end, just as "the
fences and barricades divid-
ing the city disappeared,"
Shamir said. Knesset
Speaker Menachem Savidor
praised Mayor Teddy Kol-
lek of Jerusalem for urging
cooperation among the
many communities that live
in the capital.
Meanwhile, Kollek de-
nied that he objected to the
moving of the American
Embassy in Israel from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem.
Former autonomy
negotiator Sol Linowitz was
reported recently to have
quoted Kollek as being' op-
posed to the removal, be-
cause it would embarrass
President Ronald Reagan.
However, in a cable to
Linowitz, Kollek stressed
that Jerusalem was the cap-
ital of Israel and it was too
bad that the American Em-
bassy had not been moved
there many years ago.
Kollek said he did not be-
lieve that giving in to Arab

demands would improve the
standing of either the U.S.
or Israel.
Linowitz replied to Kol-
lek that he was surprised by
the false publication using
his name, and that he was ,
well aware of Kollek's posi-
tion on the status' of
Jerusalem for many years.
In a related development,
Congressman Richard Ot-
tinger and the American
Jewish Congress an-
nounced a public campaign
to press the White House
and the State Department
to place the U.S. consulate
in Jerusalem under the con-
trol of the TJ,S. Ambassador
to Israel.
Currently, the consulate
reports directly to Washing-
ton, bypassing the U.S. Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv. Accord-
ing to aJerusalem Post arti-
cle by AJCongress
Jerusalem representative
David Clayman and Peretz
Levine, the consulate has
been "the target of official
and unofficial complaints as
to its pro-Arab and even
pro-PLO activities."
Congressman Ottinger
reported that 45 members of
Congress have joined in the
signing of a letter to
President Reagan request-
ing a change in the consu-
late's status.

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