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March 06, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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Young Delegates to Zionist General Council
Demand End to 'Petrified Establishment'

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Storm Over 'Who Is Jew'
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Sharp
debate on the question "Who is a
Jew?", made an appearance at
the state funeral for the Nobel
Prize author S. Y. Agnon.
David Ben-Gurion arrived at the
funeral with head uncovered as a
deliberate protest against the gov-
ernment's decision, which he has
characterized as "hypocrisy."
Menahem Porush of the Agudath
Israel party said Agnon himself
was a most observant Jew and
that it was Ben-Gurion's duty to
cover his head. Ben-Gurion ad-
amantly refused. This prompted
Vice Premier Yigal Allon to in-
tervene but without success.
It was only at the cemetery on
the Mt. of Olives that Ben-Gurion
finally put a hat on his head, but
for the sake of protection against
the cold winds that were sweep-

Friday, March 6, 1970-5

Clouds Funeral for Agnon
ing over the hills, he said, and
not because he conceded any point
on the question of principle.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The gen- tributed $346,000,000. The goal for opposing the policies of their own
eration gap took the spotlight at the next two years, he said, is governments. He made that claim
the Zionist General Council (Ac- $700,000,000 — the equivalent of on Jewish loyalty to Israel in the
tions Committee) session here the totals raised in the past three course of his keynote address at
when youthful delegates demanded years.
the General Council.
a complete revamping of the lead-
Dulczin projected income for the
Pincus praised world Jewry for
ership of the Zionist movement to year commencing next April at identifying with Israel through con-
bring it An tune with the times. $380,000,000, including $14,000,000 tributions of money and support
They threatened either to walk in repayment of loans extended by for immigration and human needs.
out of the sessions or disrupt them the Jewish Agency to immigrants. "Such identification," he said,
45
unless demands for worldwide
Although that figure is small, "means among other things an
YEARS
elections for a new leadership were it was considered significant that absolute commitment to support
met. The demands, coupled with some of the immigrants who Israel's policy and help create a
EXPERIENCE
attacks on the leaders of the were aided by the Jewish Agency favorable image, even if her
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Zionist movement, were made by in their resettlement in Israel policies clash with those of gov-
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The sessions ended after adopt-
homer Hatzair to the religious effort.
ing the major resolutions recom-
Zionist youth of Bnei Akiva.
per cent of the new budget mended by its various commit-
They were supported in many is Sixty
tees. These included approval of
earmarked
for
the
needs
of
im-
of their claims by members of
G ra nt
including immigration, direct elections by secret ballot
the older generation, notably migrants
primary absorption, housing, wel- for delegates to the next World
INCORPORATED
Yaacov Tsur, head of the Jewish fare,
Zionist Congress to be held here
health
and
education.
The
National' Fund, and Avraham budget is based on a forecast of in 1971, a new membership drive
Schenker, head of the Jewish 60,000 immigrants during the com- and a resolution on the expan-
Agency's organization and informa- ing year.
sion and restructuring of the
tion department.
4
Immigration movements now Jewish Agency.
Youth and student elements exist
The council also welcomed the
in 21 countries, Dulczin said,
A r tistry F
disrupted last year's Zionist and there
new
American
Zionist
Federation
are 114 immigration
We can fit you . .
Council deliberations and almost centers. Total
171 I
1,500 long, short
immigration since into the World Zionist Organiza-
did it again last week. They
tion. Monday's session was pre- pant styles for wed-
statehood
has
exceeded
1,300,000,
attacked the Zionist leadership including 93,000 youths and chil- ceded by a memorial meeting for
dings, Bar Mi t
as "a petrified establishment dren trained in Youth Aliya institu- Dr. Joseph Schechtman, a veteran parties. Sizes 4 to
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Dulczin
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ile•troit 35, Michigan
speak."
died in New York Sunday.
organization
would
handle
some
Yaacov Tsur's son, Mooky, a
The membership drive will re-
retarded youths age 13-18,
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Describing Jewish Agency ed- salem program, the official Zionist
the desire to help anyone but ucational
activities abroad, Dulczin platform which asserts that Israel
itself."
these currently involve 560 is central to all Jewish life. The
The youngsters were angrily said
school
inspectors,
teach- resolution stipulated that young-
rebuked by some of their elders. ers, kindergarten principals,
teachers and in- sters under age 25 would not have
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin of New structors from Israel.
He
said
ef- to declare their party affiliation
York, former chairman of the forts would be made to establish
when applying for membership,
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JERUSALEM (ZINS) — The
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