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June 06, 1986 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-06

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Friday, June 6, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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that "Jews can afford these
things without state support,"
that the Holocaust was an issue
important only to Jews, and
why did the HMC not include
Czechs and Poles among the vic-
tims of the Nazis? DiNello did
not return a telephone call from
The Jewish News about the is-
sue.

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Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig,
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elated at the news of the appro-
priation. "That's the way it
should be," he said. "That's the
way it should start."
But he was dismayed when
told of DiNello's remarks about
Jews being wealthy enough to
finance the HMC themselves.
"This kind of language was used
during the initial stages of the
Holocaust. If anyone needs a
Holocaust center, it is Sen.
DiNello."

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Thatcher Ends
Visit To Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher's
three-day visit to Israel last
week was marked by genuine
friendship and an acknowledged
commonality of interests .be-
tween Britain and Israel in
many areas. But it also underlin-
ed sharp differences of opinion
with respect to Israel's occupa-
tion of the West Bank and Gaza
Strip and ways to resolve the
Palestinian issue.
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an incumbent British Prime
Minister, ended with all the
pomp and circumstance befit-
ting such an occasion. It re-
flected not only the demands of
protocol but a feeling on both
sides that allin-all, the visit was
successful and that Thatcher
and Prime Ministter Shimon
Peres had achieved a personal
rapport.
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Jewish school groups.
Other senators who voted
with DiNello against the appro-
priation were David S. Holmes
Jr. (D-Detroit) and Jack Wel-
born (R-Kalamazoo).
Faxon assured The Jewish
News that the appropriation was
now' locked in, but state budget
director Robert Naftaly took a
more cautious approach. "It still
has to go to a conference corn-
mittee (of House and Senate
members), and it's my sense
that it is just too early to say.
You know there was a move in
the Senate to kill the whole
thing." Naftaly projected the
entire budget bill to be corn-
pleted by July 4.
The funding would augment
the HMC's $600,000 annual
budget. Two weeks ago, a
$50,000 grant for the HMC was
killed by the Senate committee
because it reportedly fell in the
historic preservation category.
Sen. William A. Sederburg (R-
East Lansing) told The Jewish
News at the time that grants for
historic preservation were one-
time grants. The HMC had re-
ceived a similar grant last year.





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British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher a Yemenite dance step
during Thatcher's recent visit to Israel.

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