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October 05, 1984 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ISTA <I S LTD.

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BB praises Geneva
parley for rejecting
anti-Israel measure

Washington — B'nai B'rith In-
ternational last week commended
the majority of delegates to the
International Parliamentary
Conference in Geneva for reject-
ing a resolution by Kuwait at-
tacking Israel and equating
Zionism with racism.
The motion to kill the resolu-
tion was offered by Nicaragua and
supported by the United States,
Israel, and most of Latin America
and Western Europe. Many Arab
states abstained.
Earlier this month in Caracas,
Venezuelan president Jaime
Lusinchi, at a meeting with World
Jewish Congress president Edgar
Bronfman, said he was issuing in-
structions to the Venezuelan
delegation to vote against the
Kuwait resolution.
Bronfman, on the final leg of a
Latin American tour, met with
the Venezuelan leader during an
hour-and-a-half session at the
Presidential palace.

Rabbis make first
visit to Histadrut

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's two
chief rabbis established a prece-
dent this week by paying the first
ever official rabbinical visit to the
Histadrut Central committee.
The Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi,
Avraham Shapira, and the
Sephardic Chief Rabbi, Mor-
dechair Eliahu, were invited by
Histadrut Secretary General Yis-
rael Kessar when he took office
several months ago. They were
greeted by the blowing on a shofar
from Yemen — the shofar in
honor of the rabbis and one from
Yemen in honor of Kessar who
was born there.
The visit was described as
warm, friendly and marked by
expressions of good will and hopes
for future cooperation by the rab-
bis and the trade union leaders.

Mondale supporters
enlist Detroiters.

Washington (JTA) — De-
troiters Mandell Berman and
Paul Zuckerman have joined
Leadership for Mondale/Ferraro,
the organizing vehicle estab-
lished by Walter Mondale's cam-
paign to mobilize support in the
Jewish community for the Demo-
cratic Presidential and Vice
Presidential candidates.
Former American-Israel Public
Affairs Committee Executive Di-
rector Morris Amitay, whose col-
umn appears regularly in The
Jewish News, is also a member of
the Mondale/Ferraro group.

Almanac printed

Dublin, N.H. — The 1985 Old
Farmer's Almanac, complete with
weather predictions, home re-
medies and Yankee advice, has
been published this week by Yan-
kee Publishing, Inc.
The 193rd edition of the Al-
manac has 224 pages. It indicates
colder, drier weather than normal
for November through March, but
heavier than normal snowfall in
February and March.

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