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March 08, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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'2—Friday, March 8, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$600,000 in Israel Bonds Subscribed
at Detroiters' Miami Leadership Fete

At the Detroit leadership reception held in the Surfside, Miami,
Fla., home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fishman, which resulted in close
to 5600,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions, are (from left) Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Israel Bond Organization, guest
speaker: Samuel Rothberg, national Israel Bond campaign chairman,
who presided and made the appeal; Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Detroit
Israel Bond women's division chairman and golden trustee; Charles
Grosberg, Detroit Israel Bond trustee chairman and double golden
trustee; Phillip Stollman, Israel Bond steering committee chairman
and golden trustee; Nathan Fishman, host and Israel 20th anniver-
sary trustee; Mrs. Fishman, hostess, and Louis H. Boyar, chairman
of the Israel Bond board of governors, who participated in the affair.
Among other Israel Bond trustees present and not shown were:
Alfred Deutsch. chairman of the Detroit Allied Jewish Campaign;
Norman Allan, Norman Cottler, A. J. Cutler. Abe Green, Dan Laven,
Edward C. Levy and Paul Zuckerman, 1967 Israel Emergency Fund
chairman. The reception was held in advance of the 1968 interna-
tional inaugural conference for Israel Bonds held at the Fontaine-
bleu Hotel.

Record $41 Million in Bonds Sold
at Miami Inaugural Conference

BEACH (JTA) — The torial integrity for all states, jus-
Israel Bond Organization launched tice for the refugees, the recog-
its 1968 campaign with a record 1 nized right for national life, in-
initial sale of $41,272,000 announced I nocent passage of the shipping of
at the closing session of its Inter- rr all nations through international
national Inaugural Conference waterways and a limitation of
the arms race in the region.
here.
The conference. which set no
Referring to the Israel Bond
specific goal for the year, voted campaign, Humphrey said "your
to provide the major part of Is- share in helping to lay the eco-
rael's $289,000,000 development nomic foundations for Israel's
budget instead of the one-third happier future has been, quite lit-
that has been provided by bond erally, a unique privilege. I con-
sales in previous years. The con- gratulate you and I envy you."
attended by 3,000
Gen. Rabin, making his first
was
ference
American and Canadian Jewish public appearance here since his
appointment as ambassador,
leaders.
Principal speakers were Vice warned that the Arab states have
President Hubert Humphrey who not altered "to any significant de-
reiterated the Johnson administra- gree" the negative stand adopted
tion's aim to safeguard the po- at the Arab summit conference at
litical and territorial integrity of Khartoum last summer.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
all states in the Middle East, and
Maj. General Yitzhak Rabin, Is- called on the Israel Bond Organi-
rael ambassador to the United zation to "provide a greater re-
States. ‘‘, ho declared that Israel sponse to Israel's needs" this
would never return to the "abnor- year than it ever has in the past.
Eshkol declared in his message
mal" situation that prevailed be-
that 1968 may prove the year of
fore last June's Six-Day War.
Last year. at the same time, greatest challenge to Israel's ex-
istence since the nation won its
sales totaled 530,150,000.
independence 20 years ago.
Vice President Humphrey, in
"In this year of destiny, we
his address, declared that the
shall be relying even more than in
United States had worked very
the past on the response to the
hard in the United Nations last
Israel Bond campaign of our
fall to create the opportunity for
brothers and good friends abroad
a real peace in the Middle East.
to safeguard what we have al-
The administration, he said, was
ready attained and provide the
ready to extend further help to
means to surge ahead with hope
achieve it through guarantees of
and confidence," he said.
political independence and terri.

MIAMI

`Enemy Status' of Areas
Held by Israel Explained

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Minister
of Interior Moshe Shapiro ex-
plained to the cabinet the reasons
for his ruling last week that Arab
territories occupied by Israel dur-
ing last June's war are no longer
to be designated "enemy terri-
tory." (Press reports abroad said
the ruling created a furor in Arab
capitals where it was seen as a
move toward outright annexation
of the occupied territories by Is-
rael.)
Shapiro said the sole reason for
his decree was to eliminate a "le-
gal anomaly" whereby Israelis
entering the occupied zones or
Arabs crossing into Israel from
them were technically violating
the anti-infiltration laws which
are directed against terrorists
and saboteurs.

Wolfson Gives $3 Million

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Wolf-
son Foundation of London, created
by Sir Isaac Wolfson, announced
Monday a gift of 1,200,000 pounds
sterling ($2,880,000) to the muni-
cipality of Jerusalem to provide
for the planting of gardens around
the walls of the Old City.

Cong. Beth Moses Names
Executive Secretary

The board of directors of Cong.
Beth Moses has chosen Mrs. Bern-
! ard H. Winer executive secretary
of the congregation.

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OK Resolution on Return of Refugees

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The an improvement, although his
UN Human Rights Commission,' government did not agree with
with Israel not participating in the every point in it. He said he sup-
vote, unanimously adopted a modi- I ported the draft, on the under-
fied four-power resolution which standing that it was designed to
affirmed "the right of all the in-1 cover the same area and people
habitants who have left since the j as the original Security Cottn-
outbreak of hostilities in the Mid- cil resolution.
Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig of the
dle East to return" and called on
"the government concerned" , World Jewish Congress told the
(Israel) to "take the necessary i commission that Jewish minorities
measures" to facilitate their return in some Middle Eastern states
were passing through a phase of
without delay.
utmost difficulty — "very close to
The original draft, submitted by the worst which Jews . . have
India, Yugoslavia, Pakistan and experienced up to this time." He
Congo. had referred to inhabitants said there was need for urgent
"displaced or deported." The modi- action on the Arab refugee prob-
fications were proposed by Chile. lem, but the same applied to the
Dr. Shabtai Rosenne of Israel Jewish minority. The international
told the commission that the pro- community had not been able to
posal "presents a selective and un- take any strong action on this mat-
balanced version" of Security Coun- ter, he pointed out.
cil and General Assembly
He asked that persons Im-
resolutions. The Security Council prisoned or restricted in these
had addressed its appeal to all countries should be liberated, and
governments in the area. More- that those who found it difficult
over, there was no justification for to remain should be allowed to go
picking out "a single alleged rignt" and their going be facilitated.
and casting it in the form in which These people were defenseless un-
less the international community
it appeared in this draft.
tried to help them out of their pre-
Morris B. Abram of the United
dicament, he declared.
States said the revised text was

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