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August 04, 1967 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-04

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Shazar Gets ZOA Award; Torczyner
Re-Elected; More Immigration Urged

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's
army is, "man for man, as good
as the best armies and soldiers
in the world, and can manage
against any volunteers who may
come to the region," Brigadier
Ezer Weizmann, head of the gen-
eral staff headquarters of the Is-
raeli defense forces, declared in
an address to the 1,000 delegates
to the 70th jubilee convention of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. He said that Israel's strategic
position "was never as good as it
is today, and no Arab army in the
foreseeable future could manage to
expel Israel from its present posi-
tions. The only major drawback in
our present situation is the lack
of large-scale Jewish immigration
from the Western world — a situ-
ation which must find an early
remedy."

In one of a number of resolu-
tions adopted by the convention,
the ZOA urged the United States
government to restore the arms
balances in the Middle East re-
gion which, the measure stated,
"is rapidly deteriorating in favor
of the Arabs through the inflow
of large quantities of Russian
arms."
The American Zionists also

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Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur Services

oct 41-14, 1967

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CJFWF Is Urging THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Barter in National Hebrew University Scientists Develop New Tomato
JERUSALEM—Scientists of the Dr. Kedar, the new tomato fruit,
and oblong in shape, may
Anti-Poverty War Hebrew University's faculty of ag- smaller
be easily harvested by a new U.S.-

pledged themselves to continue to
demand that direct negotiations be
held between Israel and the Arab
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
states "as the only means toward Council of Jewish Federations and
a lasting peace." Other resolutions Welfare Funds has submitted to
House and Senate committees a
series of proposals designed to
strengthen the effectiveness of the
nation's multibillion-dollar anti-
poverty program. The statement
was delivered to the House Educa-
tion and Labor Committee and the
Senate Subcommittee on Manpower
on July 14 and made public last
week.
The committees are holding
hearings on the anti-poverty pro-
gram and the Economic Opportu-
nity Amendments of 1967 which
call for appropriations of $2,060,-
000,000 for the fiscal year ending
next June. 30. The CJFWF is the
central agency for some 800 local
Jewish federations and welfare
funds. Hundreds of Jewish welfare
agencies affiliated with the feder-
ations are active in a wide range
of federally-financed anti-poverty
JACQUES TORCZYNER
programs.

expressed anxiety over the fate of
Russian Jewry, demanding that
the Soviet government grant Soviet
Jews the same rights given to all
other minorities in the USSR;
called for "all out efforts" for in-
creased Jewish immigration to Is-
rael and for greater investments in
Israel; urged that professionals
come to Israel in increasing num-
bers; and pledged "every possible
effort toward deepening Hebrew
knowledge and study as well as
the mutual Jewish historiac her-
itage."
In connection with immigration,
the ZOA expressed the hope that
the Israel government would make
all facilities available to American
immigrants and investors.
Jacques Torczyner was re-elect-
ed president of the ZOA for an-
other term.
At the concluding session, held
at the Sheraton in Tel Aviv, Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar of Israel was
presented with ZOA Theodor Herzl
Award.
The following Detroiters were
elected members of the ZOA na-
tional executive council: Richard
Kramer, Dr. Alex Friedlaender,
Carmi M. Slomovitz, Morris Ja-
cobs, M. Ben Lewis, Philip Slomo-
vitz and Rabbi Moses Lehrman.

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riculture at Rehovot are in the
process of developing a new type
of tomato which is resistant to the
sunscald disease that can destroy
up to one-third of the tomato har-
vest in Israel.
A research project supported by
grants from the ministry of agri-
culture and carried out by Dr.
Nahum Kedar and Dr. Nira Retig,
lecturers in vegetable crops, has
established that certain physio-
logical disorders frequently affect-
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by heat and not by other effects
of sun radiation.
The scientists began breeding a
new type of tomato, cultivation of
which may reduce crop damage to
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
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Jerusalem, which runs through
Latrun and territory held by
Jordan before the June war, was
officially dedicated July 26. The
area had been barred to Israel
use since the 1948 war of inde-
pendence. The ban was in vio-
lation of the armistice agree-
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Among those attending the
dedication were Labor Minister
Yigal Allon, Minister Menahem
Beigin, members of parliament
and residents of settlements in
the area. The new road shortens
the distance between the two
cities by six miles.

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