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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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e..,me'ITHE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL CENTER

invites the community
to come and hear

discuss this issue again before
it heats up and surfaces" in
the next election, he said.
"It is truly a battle over
principle — religious equali-
ty to all who identify
themselves with the Jewish
people," Gottschalk said.
lb foster such equality, he
urged that Israel recognize
Reform rabbis and institu-
tions in Israel. Currently on-
ly Orthodox rabbis enjoy such
recognition.

PROF. HENRY W. MEYER

Member of the Auschwitz. Orchestra

Learn what it was like and how he felt to play in
the Auschwitz Orchestra that accompanied our
fathers and mothers, together with their children,
on their last steps to the

PLO Brews
Crisis In WHO

Geneva (JTA) — As at least
three Arab states seek to
oust Israel from the Inter-
national Telecommunications
Union, a crisis is brewing over
the Palestine Liberation
Organization's demand for
membership in the World
Heath Organization.
PLO chief Yassir Arafat,
meeting here last week. with
Dr. Hiroshi Nakajima, direc-
tor of the WHO, said the PLO
will demand that its request
for membership be placed on
the agenda .of the World
Health Assembly, the WHO's
governing body, when it con-
venes here May 8.
The PLO is seeking accep-
tance as a member state.
But if this is approved, as is
possible considering the
political makeup of the
assembly, the WHO stands to
lose the $150 million the
United States contributes to
the U.N. health agency.
More than 50 U.S. senators
have signed a letter to
Secretary of State James
Baker saying they would
favor cutting off funds to the
WHO or any other U.N. agen-
cies that admit the PLO.
Nakajima was to appeal to
Washington Monday for con-
tinued funding, even if the
PLO is admitted.
.At a news conference in
Geneva over the weekend, he
said Arafat warned him that
if the PLO was not admitted
to the WHO, it would seek to
have Israel suspended from
the ITU.
Meanwhile, the ITU's
secretary-general, Richard
Butler, confirmed to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
on Friday that Syria, Saudi
Arabia and Qatar submitted
a written proposal last
November to exclude Israel
from the organization.
It will be taken up in late
May at the agency's general
assembly in Nice, France. The
voting procedure at the ITU
differs from that at the
United Nations, inasmuch a
motion must receive the votes
of two-thirds of the financial-
ly contributing states to pass.

Gas Ovens
of
Auschwitz

Lecture -- Tuesday, May 9, 1989
Shiffman Hall —

7:30 P.M.

Jewish Community Center
Maple/Drake

No
Charge

For further information please call The Holocaust Memorial 661-0840

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