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March 28, 1986 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-28

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36 Friday, March 28, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TRAVEL

THE WRITE WORD

If you find the right gift a chore
And written words don't flow for you,
Let the "write words" from my pen pour,
To make a portrait fresh and new.
A character sketch I will create,
To mark whatever you celebrate.
So let my 'Write Words" speak for you,
And convey portraits, Oh so true!

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RESUMES LETTERS

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Adventure

Continued from preceding page

educational programs try to link people will decide when to come.
"Even if they don't decide (to
the Holocaust with present-day
Jewish life: how it affected the live in Israel), they'll have
founding of the State of Israel something good inside to cement
and its continuing effect on. Is- them to the State of Israel," ❑
raeli politics and thinking.
"The kids usually come to Yad
Vashem during their last weeks
in Israel," Dalin said. "They are
closer to each other then. They
can talk informally afterwards
There are still many open-
among themselves. Their mad-
ings available for youth wish-
richim (counselors) can also talk
ing to participate in summer
to them informally and encour-
programs in Israel. Although
age thinking. They raise ques-
youngsters can register loc-
tions, but don't answer them.
ally through Jewish 'organ-
There are no answers."
izations such as B'nai B'rith,
Summer program visits to
the Fresh Air Society and
Yad Vashem can range from
Hadassah, many programs
several hours to several days,
are sponsored by synagogue
depending on the visitor pro-
affiliates and national Jewish
gram:
organizations.
Although the journalists' trip
For information on specific
was hardly representative of the
programs or the wide range
hundreds of programs for youth
of programs available, call Is-
wishing to visit Israel, it gave a
rael shaliach Benny Schwarz
wonderful sampling of what is
at the Jewish Community
available.
Center, 661-1000; or call or
High in the hills of Galilee,
write the American Zionist
Yechezekel Peleg reflected. "We
Youth Foundation, 515 Park
don't have to convince people to
Avenue, New York 10022,
make aliyah, but we do have to
telephone (212) 751-6070.
get to the young people and
show them what it is like to be
a Jew in Israel. The young

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel ex-
pressed confidence last Sunday
that the Egyptian government
will do everything possible to
find and punish the terrorists
who fatally shot an Israeli
woman and wounded three other
Israelis in a car ambush outside
the Cairo International Trade
Fair. The victims were Israel
Embassy staff members in
Cairo.
A statement issued by For-
eign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
after the Cabinet meeting said
he was satisfied with the .way
the Egyptian authorities are
handling the case and the wide
coverage it has gotten in the
Egyptian media.
Israel's Minister of Tourism,
Avraham Sharir who was on an
official visit to Cairo when the
attack occurred, returned home
with a personal message from
President Hosni Mubarak
pledging to press the investiga-
tion into the attack and track
down the assailants. The plane
that flew Sharir from Cairo also
carried the body of Etti Tal-Or,
24, who was killed by the am-
bushers. She was the wife of an
Embassy official.
She was buried at a cemetery
in Beersheba, her home city,
where Shamir delivered a
eulogy. Her three companionU
who were flown to Israel im-
mediately after the attack were
reported in stable condition
after surgery at Sheba•lospital
in Tel Hashomer.
The four young Israelis had
been manning the Israel pav-
ilion at the Trade Fair. The iit-
, tack aims., the third on.Israeli,

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Embassy personnel in the Egyp-
tian capital and the second to
cause fatalities. Last August,
Albert Atrakchi, an admin-
istrative attach, was killed in his
car in the Maadi quarter of
Cairo.
In June, 1984, another Em-
bassy official, Zvi Kedar, was
wounded by gunmen but sur-
vived. A group calling itself
'Egypt's Revolution" claimed
credit for those, shootings and
for the ambush killing.

Austria Removes
Nazi Memorial

New h . York -- The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith commended the Austrian
government for its. decision to
remove a memorial tablet for an
Austrian general who was exe-
cuted as a Nazi war criminal in
1947. The ADL had lodged a
protest over the memorial with
,the Austrian consul.
The tablet commemorating
Maj. Gen. Alexander Loehr was
erected at the Austrian Military
Academy in Wiener Neuatadt.
Werner Brandstaedter, the Au-
strian consul,'informe the ADL
that the tablet had been re-
moved following the refusal of
the Austrian defense ministento
do so.
As a consequence of this inci-
dent, the Austrian government
has taken steps to prevent a.
similar situation by appointing
a/ commission to approve future
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