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September 04, 1970 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-04

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Urgent Appeal for Prompt Payments
Made By Allied Campaign's Leaders;
Israel's Current Needs Emphasized

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There has been good response need for cash is a day-to-day busi- comes for their departure," the
to a plea for payment on Allied ness with such agencies as the chairman said.
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emer- Joint Distribution Committee
They pointed out that summer
gency Fund pledges to meet the which is feeding thousands of peo- vacation time has resulted in a
needs for immediate cash of over- ple in many countries each day, reduction in collections and urged
seas beneficiaries.
and transporting refugees from that with a return to fall routine
Irwin I. Cohn, chairman of the countries of oppression to lands of that immediate attention be given
pre-campaign cash collection con:- freedom, they respond.
to payments.
mittee, and Warren D. Greenstone,
"Without immediate assistance
A peace agreement with the
chairman of the collection review thousands of men, women and chil-
Arabs will not change the situa-
committee, said that committee dren can actually go hungry if the
ticn in Israel as far as our assist-
members approaching individuals JDC cannot meet, its obligations.
ance in supplying funds for the
for complete or partial payments People who have waited many
welfare needs of the country.
Greenstone and Cohn pointed
on pledges, were meeting with months to find a new life in a new
good success. country can not be denied trans-
out.
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"When people realize that the portation when final approval
An Israeli official stated recent-
ly that security vigilance would
have to be maintained for many
years to come to make sure that
the peace is kept. The Israel gov-
ernment recently adopted a sup-
plementary budget which is 12 per
cent higher than one adopted in
April. It means that Israel is
spending 30 per cent of its gross
national product on security. The
U.S. spends 10 per cent by com-
parison.
Funds from the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
in Detroit join those of campaigns
all over the U.S. to fill the gap
caused by great expenditures by
the Israel government on security.
"We must help, there are no two
ways about it. And, we must help
now by fulfilling our campaign
promises," Chairmen Greenstone
and Cohn said.
Payments on pledges may be
made by mailing checks to the •
Jewish Welfare Federation, `63 ! m(
At a reception in honor of the Jewish National Fund World Ad-
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visory Council, Dr. Milton Aron (second from right) executive vice
president of the JNF of America, presents the president of Israel,
Zalman Shazar, with a copy of his book, "Ideas and Ideals of the
Hasidim," while Jacob Tsur, world chairman of the Keren Keyemeth
(left) and Herman L. Weisman, president of the JNF of America and
newly designated president of the JNF world body, look on.

This Week in History-

(From the files of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

40 Years Ago This Week: 1930

The German newspaper Frankfurter Zeitung predicted another
world war if the National Socialists won the 1930 elections.
Herman Levy, 45-year-old businessman who started as an East
Side newsboy, was reported making S1,000,000 from his idea for cen-
tralizing offices' stenographic and telephone setups.
Exiled Leon Trotsky said in Vienna he was giving up politics for
literature.
Vaad Harabonim, the federation of Orthodox New York rabbis,
formed a committee to help end the scandal of kosher butchers selling
non-kosher meats and staying open on the Sabbath.
The Yiddish Communist press in Moscow assailed the "dark con-
spiracy" of Zionists, Jewish Socialists and two top rabbis designed to
topple the Soviet system.
The publishers of Roget's Thesaurus, reacting to Anti-Defamation
League objections, deleted "cunning, rich, usurer, extortioner, heretic"
as synonyms for "Jew."
Georges de Porto-Riche, the "father of modern French drama,"
who was denied membership in the French Academy until 1923 because
of anti-Semitism, died in Paris at 82.
Banker Eugene Meyer Jr., named by President Hoover as gov-
ernor of the Federal Reserve Board, became the first top Jewish
Federal appointee since Louis D. Brandeis was named to the Supreme
Court 14 years earlier.
The Wailing Wall Commission suspended its negotiations over
the intransigence of the grand mufti.
The Council of the League of Nations unanimously endorsed the
Mandates Commission's criticism of Britain's handling of the 1929
anti-Jewish Arab riots.
The Mexican government said it would nationalize synagogue
property, as it had done earlier with Catholic and Protestant property,
citing Constitutional authority.



Many get the repute of being E
witty, but thereby lose the credit'
of being sensible.—Baltasar Gra-

cian.

Henry Cabot Lodge, vice presidential candidate, said: "The time

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10 Years Ago This Week: 1960

question in all its aspects . . . The United States should be willing
to contribute generously . . "
Presidential candidates John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon
endorsed the American Jewish Congress' attack on "the divisive myth
of bloc voting." President Eisenhower, agreeing. said: "I have made
my position clear."
West Germany said it would pay Belgium 520,000,000 in wartime
reparations and would repay Poland 80 per cent of its losses.
Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir demanded the resignation of
Mapam from the coalition government for violating "collective respon-
sibility" by making contacts with foreign embassies and advancing
factional ideas.

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