Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

June 23, 1967 - Image 1

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-23

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

This is the Time
For Firm Action,
In Israel's Defense!

Give the Lie

to USSR and

Arab Threats:

Aid Israel NOW

With Firm Action

An Appeal to Detroit Jewry

by Paul Zuckerman. Israel

threat to the Jewish
people and to Israel by the
combined enemy forces of the
Arabs and the Soviet Union
demand united efforts by
American Jewry! Give NOW,
more generously than ever, to
the Israel Emergency Fund,
and buy Israel Bonds to as-
sure Israel's economic posi-


Emergency Fund Chairman

"The essential response to the Israel
Emergency Fund has been hearty and
exciting. Its dimensions are the biggest
in the noble humanitarian traditions of
American Jewry. Our responsibility is
measured by the strength of our identi-
ty with the people of Israel and the
depth of our pride in our Jewish heri-
tage. We must all participate with full
regard for the challenge."


im* C=,1 -r

A Weekly Review


of Jewish Events

The Needs of
the Hour . . .
Jewry's Duty
to Act in the
Face of Threats
and Lies

and Commentary
Pages 2 and 4

Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper — Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle


17100 W 7 Mile Rd., Detroit 48235—VE 8-9364—June 23, 1967

$6.00 Per Year; This Issue 20c

Eshkol Invites Peace Talks
With 'Any and Each' Arab
Ruler for Lasting Solutions

Detroit Emergency Fund
Reaches $4,700,000; Call
Is Made for Volunteers

At a meeting of volunteer workers for the Israel Emergency
Fund, held at the headquarters of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Tuesday, Paul Zuckerman, local chairman, reported that
$4,700,000 was certain to be on hand by Thutsday, most of
this sum already having been cabled to Israel.
Zuckerman appealed for volunteer workers to call those
who have not yet given—those who are waiting to be contacted
to share in the important obligation."
The meeting ,was one held simultaneously with 123 other
communities and the attendees were addressed over the long
distance phone by Max M. Fisher. national United Jewish
Appeal chairman, who expressed the hope that the emergency
fund will conclude on July 4 with an outpouring of aid that
will make the month's campaign "the most historic in Jewish
history." Fisher left for Israel Wednesday.
Messages also were received at the meeting from Mrs.
Harry Jones, national UJA women's division chairman, and
her associates in a survey mission to Israel She made a strong
plea for extra gifts by the women.
Zuckerman announced that 40 extra telephones were in-
stalled at the Federation for use by volunteer workers who
are asked to provide their assistance at once.

Mud-slinging by the combined Soviet and Arab forces at the United Nations General
Assembly and Israel's defensive efforts, with the aid of the liberal forces, fortified by the
United States, Denmark and other democratic nations, marked the debate at the historic
session of the assembly which is expected to remain in Session for at least two weeks.
While the debates continued to create bitterness, Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban
constantly being compelled to refute falsifications uttered by the Arab and Communist
spokesmen, Israel has proceeded to provide help for refugees, to cooperate with the Red
Cross and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees, and to
clean up the debris in the Old City of Jerusalem.
At the same time, Israel reiterates its offer for immediate direct negotiations with
"any and each" of the Arab states and to strive for a lasting peace.
Abba Eban, Israel's spokesman at the UN. gave assurance that he saw prospects for an
immediate solution of the refugee problem through direct peace negotiations with the Arab
The lifting of the ban on travel to Israel by the U. S. State Department w as among
the heartening news, giving assurance that the many thousands of American volunteers
for civilian services in the Jewish State now will be able to join the many thousands of
Christians and Jews from many lands in aiding Israel's affected economy.
Russia, however, has offered new military aid to Egypt without charge—which means
that Egypt will not have to send its cotton to the USSR in exchange for weapons. Russian

(Continued on Page 40)

Major portions of Abba Eban's speech before
the United Nations on Pages 12 and 13.

Campaigns for Aid to Israel
Gain New Momentum Here

New momentum was gained here this week in the drives for philanthropic and
investment assistance to Israel.
Paul Zuckerman, as chairman of the Israel Emergency Fund, has volunteered his
entire time away from his business towards the conduct of the campaign.
The Israel Bond office reports that organizations and individuals are increasing
their purchases to evidence their confidence in Israel's economic stability.
Mrs. Harry L. Jones of Detroit was a member of a United Jewish Appeal delega-
to study . increased welfare needs there. Mrs. Jones reported in a
to Israel assigned
tion telephonic
message to Detroiters gathered at an Israel Emergency Fund meeting on
Tuesday at the Jewish Welfare Federation office on the findings of the commission which
also included Edward Ginsberg of Cleveland, UJA associate general chairman; Leonard

D. Bell of Lewiston, Me., UJA Young Leadership Cabinet chairman, and Irving Bern-
New York, UJA assistant executive vice-chairman.
stein of The
Detroit Israel Emergency Fund efforts received new stimulus at meetings

(Continued on

Page 10)

Ban Lifted on Travel to Israel

(Direct JT.1 Teletype Wire to The Jeoish Newt.)

WASHINGTON — The state Department announced

Wednesday that it his lifted restrictions on travel to Israel
and four other nations.
State Department spokesman Carl Bartch said the ban,
imposed on June 5 when war erupted, would no longer be in
effect for Israel, Kuwait, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia.
But restrictions will remain in force for Egypt, Algeria. Iraq,
Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
The prohibition on travel to the nine arab nations w as
continued "because of conditions resulting from recent
hostilities in the Near East."
Tourists and others will now be free to visit Israel with-
out the special validation that has been required since June

5. The State Department authorized travel only for news-
papermen and others with verified acceptable business
reasons for going to Israel.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan