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January 01, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-01

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Flint
News

Egypt Is Interfering
With Israel Telecasts

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Egypt,

vanquished on the military front,
is scoring points in a war of tele-
vision broadcasting with Israel.
Aralweamassaresz. Recently, Egypt increased the
power of its television transmis-
Flint Leaders Attend sion five-fold, with the intent of
overpowering television signals
JDC Annual Parley
generated in Israel. This has led
Joseph Megdell of Flint, was re- to a noticeable interference with
elected to the board of directors of Israel telecasts, particularly in
the Joint Distribution Committee, Tel Aviv and the central part of

it was announced by Louis Broido,
JDC chairman. The election took
place at the 58th annual meeting
in New York City.
Members of the JDC National
Council from Flint include Samuel
Catsman, Louis Kasle, Dr. Leon
Bosky, Dr. Saul Gorne, Michael A.
Pelavin, Jacob Pines, Gilbert Ru-
benstein, Dr. Arnold Schaffer, Is-
rael Sendler and Jack Shaprow.
Other members are Harry Bind-
er, Dr. H. M. Golden, Dr. Evelyn
Golden, Arthur Hurand, Alfred
Klein, B. Morris Pelavin, Nathan
Schafer, Mrs. Emil Schupak, Dr.
Jack Stanzler and Dr. Harry Weis-
berger.
In addition to the election of of-
ficers, delegates to the JDC annual
meeting adopted a budget of $23,-
000,000 for relief and rehabilitation
aid to more than 300,000 needy
Jews in over 25 countries over-
seas.
• •

Flint attorney David Laro has
been elected chairman of the Re-
publican Party in Genesee County,
becoming chief spokesman and
leader of the party through the
presidential election in 1972. He is
a tax attorney associated with the
firm of Winegarden, Booth, Ricker
and Klurstein.

the country.
It is believed that this inter-
ference will increase, and that
mounting higher antennas, which
is now a recommended move to
improve reception, will not suffice
to cure the difficulty.
The only way out is to build a
new Israel transmission center
with a signal powerful enough to
overcome the competitive trans-
missions from the south, but this
will entail a costly investment.

If the fool would persist in his
folly he would become wise. —
William Blake.

Two Professors Probe Black-Jewish Relations

KINGSTON, R.I.— Two Univer-
sity of Rhode Island professors
have written a comprehensive
study of relations between Blacks
and Jews in the United States.
"Bittersweet Encounter: The Afro-

"We wanted to focus on the
well-meaning liberal Jewish com-
munity," says Stein, a political
scientist whose contribution to the
book included its chapters on the
New York school crisis. "We want-
American and the American Jew," ed to prod them to take a renewed
by Robert G. Weisbord and Arthur
Stein, has been published by Negro THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Universities Press.
Friday, January 1,19- n-17
Among the concerns of the au-
thors is revitalizing the wavering
commitment of white liberals in
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justice.
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participation in the rights move-
ment."

Israel Exports Wood

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Had any-
one predicted 30 years ago that
Israel would one day be exporting
lumber, he would have been look-
ed upon with disbelief, consider-
ing the nudity of Israel's land-
scape.
But this is now the case. Accord-
ing to a report in Israel's scientific
journal "Madah", Israel now fells
20,000 tons of local timber a year.
This budding industry effects a
savings in hard currency of about
$1,000,000 annually.
A part of the supply finds its
way to the oil-rich Arab country
of Kuwait.
This fact, however, did not deter
Kuwait from joining in an Arab
boycott conference which con-
demned Jordan for trading with

Israel.

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• • •
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