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November 02, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-02

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Israel Bond Leaders Make Plans
I for Annual Fall Dinner on Nov. 26

Plan to Ease Arab Refugee issue
Under UN Is Sought by State Dept.

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Re-
ports of the "death" of the blue-
print by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson
for settlement of the Palestine
Arab refugee problem are exag-
gerated, and the spirit of the
proposals remain very much
alive, State Department sources
said.
Indeed, a formula is being
sought to implement the man-
date of the United Nations Pal-
estine Conciliation Commission
with which Johnson was entrust-
ed, it was revealed.
The United States, a member

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of the PCC along with France
and Turkey, still sees the Arab
refugee problem as a priority
matter and the leading unre-
solved irritant in Arab-Israel re-
lations. Some United States dip-
plomats are convinced that, if
confronted with an option, most
Arab refugees would elect not
to return to territory now a part
of Israel.
It was stressed here that no
final decision has been taken
regarding the Johnson proposals.
As far as America is concerned,
the Johnson refugee undertaking

At the Israel Bond Leadership Dinner held recently at
Adas Shalom Soda! Hall, plans were made for the annual
Israel Bond. Fall binner- with Abba Eban, Minister of Educa-
tion and acting Foreign Minister of the State of Israel, as the
guest of honor on the evening of Nov. 26 in the grand ball-
room of Cobo Hall. Discussing the plans for the dinner, which
will be the main event of the 1962 Israel Bond Campaign, are,
from left) Joseph Lee, Israel Bond guardian chairman; Mrs.
Max Stollman, Women's Division co-chairman; Norman Allan,
a vice-chairman; Mrs. Joseph Katchke, Women's Division co-
chairman; Tom Borman, general chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee; Irwin I. Cohn, honorary chairman; Phillip
Stollman, honorary Chairman and steering committee chair-
man; Harry Cohen, cash collections chairman; and Louis E.
Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond manager. Women members of the
dinner committee inlcude: Mesdames Norman Allan, Theodore
Bargman, Tom Borman, Phillip Helfman, Joseph Holtzman,
Joseph Katchke; Harry Kay, Charles Nilan, David Miller,
David Pollack, Harry Portnoy, Saximel J. Rhodes, Joshua Sperka,
Max Stollman, Israel Wiener.

is a continuing operation, State
Department sources said. They
felt that Johnson's mandate had
not yet been suitably discharged,
and that work to achieve an ac-
ceptable solution lies ahead.
As far as America is con-
cerned, the Johnson proposals
are a "continuing operation."
The importance of the PCC man-
date on Arab refugee settlement
to the peace and security of the
Near East was emphasized.

A scholar is a case full of
books.—Megillah 28.

In the last two
years, the .
Michigan taxes
you pay have
increased more
than
$100,000,000 a
year. Yet, despite
this added
income, we owe
more than we did
two years ago
with the State's
deficit today
standing at a
whopping
$85,000,000.

A community-wide welcome Eban Dinner Committee include
and celebration is planned for the following:
Phillip Stollman, Steering Com-
Abba Eban, Minister of Educa- mittee Chairman; Charles Grosberg,
Trustee Chairman; Dan Laven,
tion and Acting Foreign Minister Builder Chairman; William Rossen,
Spoon and Max Spoon,
of the State of Israel, who will George
Builder Co-Chairmen; Joseph Lee,
Guardian Chairman; David Gold-
be the guest of honor at an berg,
Harry Kraft and Morris Ben
Israel Bond dinner on Nov. 26 Lewis, Guardian co-chairmen; Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman and Norman
in the Grand Ballroom of Cobo Allan, High Holy Day co-chairmen
and Irwin I. Cohn, Israel Davidson,
Hall.
Abe Kasle, Max Osnos, David Safran
and Phillip . Stollman, Israel Bond
Tom Borman is general chair- Honorary Chairmen; Louis Berry,
Cohen, Joseph Holtzman,
man of the Detroit Israel Bond Harry
Milan and Max Stollman,
Committee, which is sponsoring Charles
Israel Bond vice-chairmen.
Others
on the dinner committee
the dinner. The affair will be are Mrs. Joseph
Katchke and Mrs.
the highlight of the 1962 Detroit Max
Stollman, Israel Bond Women's
co-chairmen; Mrs. Theodore
Israel Bond campaign, according Division
Bargman, Mrs. Philip Helfman and
to Borman.
Mrs. Charles Milan, Women's Divi-
sion Honorary Chairmen; Mrs.
Dietary laws will be observed. Joseph
Holtzman, Women's Trustee
Chairman; Mrs. Norman Allan,
Dress is optional. For reserva- Women's
Chairman and
tions, call or write the Israel Mrs. David Builder
Pollack, Sponsor Chair-
Bond office, 8522 W. McNichols, man.
Still others include Harry L.
DI 1-5707. Advance reservations Schumer,
Labor Zionist-Landsman-
shaften
chairman; Sol Kanat, Sam
for reserved tables are open to Kaufer, Hyman
and Nathan
1962 Israel Bond holders or P. Rossen, Labor Lipsitz
Zionist-Landsman-
shaften co-chairmen; Irving Schlus-
those enclosing their purchases sel,
Shapiro and Dr. Theo-
with their dinner reservations dore Sherman
Winshall, Institutional co-
Joseph Katchke, Cash
prior to Nov. 19, a week before chairmen;
Collection co-chairman; Samuel
the dinner. .
Simmer, professional chairman;
David J. Cohen and Dr. Bernard
Members of the Detroit Israel Weston,
professional co-chairmen;
Bond committee wild will also Sam G. Bank and Elias Goldberg,
Bnai
Brith
Israel Bond Chairmen
serve as members of the Abba and William
Hordes, insurance

chairman.

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Anti-Jewish Views
Are Found Among
Negroes in College

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
American Negro college stu-
dents, while gaining increased
self-esteem as Negroes, are
adopting stereotyped anti-Jewish
attitudes, according to a psychi-
atric sociology study released
here.
The study, reported to the
recent world Congress on Sod
alogy, was prepared by person-
nel of the Psychiatric Institute
at the University of Maryland.
Negro students tested at Mor-
gan . State College in Maryland
indicated "feelings that Jews are
clannish, strange, and unpredict-
able." It was found that, among
the emerging intellectual Negro
youth, "the Jewish minority is
also viewed in stereotypic
terms."
Agreement was expressed with
a statement that "there is some-
thing different and strange about
Jews; it's hard to tell what they
are thinking and planning, and
what makes them tick." The
Negroes also felt that "to end
prejudice against Jews, the first
step is for the Jews to try sin-
cerely to get rid of their harm-
ful and irritating faults."

Well, GEORGE ROMNEY,

what are you going to do about our STATE FINANCES?

The real question here is not alone one of
money—but, mostly, one of serving people.
Can a state government which is bank-
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provide the right kind of services for the
people of Michigan? Or can a state with a
sound financial structure and which is
well-managed provide better services?
Under which kind of government will the
people of Michigan benefit most?
Better schools. Better mental health
facilities. Better employment services.
Better social services. All of these services,
to be better, must be supported by a
sound, well-managed state financial
program.

Sound financial management for Michigan
starts with spending reform. Spending
reform does NOT mean the cutting of
vital services. It does mean improving
the quality of these services by eliminating
waste and duplication. Then we need tax
reform to make sense out of our present
crazy-quilt tax program. A new tax pro-
gram niust reflect the wishes and the
ability to pay of all the citizens.
LEADERSHIP in Lansing is necessary to
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