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January 01, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-01

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rs. Gribbs Introduced to Israel
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Israel President Zalman Shazar
greeted Mayor Roman S. Gribbs
and his wife Katherine at his home
in Jerusalem while the Gribbscs
were part of a delegation of U.S.
mayors touring Israel as guests
of the Israel Mayors Association,
the ministry of tourism and the
mayor of Jerusalem. The latter,
Teddy Kollek, greeted them at a
dinner in the Israel Museum that
evening.
Shazar told the mayors that lie
had visited virtually all the cities
they represent and he said the
"bond between Israel and America
is unique. We here live the prob
lems and achievements of Amer
Ica."

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The president continued with
tributes for America's contribu-
tions to Israel, saying "we are
grateful for the relationship with
the United States and what your
country has done for us these past
few years."
Following the reception at the
president's home, the mimics
were conducted on a tour of Jer-
usalem, one of their many stops
during their week-long visit of
Israel aimed at encouraging
more exchange between Ameri-
cans and Israelis.
In Jerusalem, they inspected the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center, the university campus,
and the Old City.

The mayors met with their
counterparts in Tel Aviv, Haifa,
Natanya, Tiberias, Nazareth and
Bethlehem, as well. as Jerusalem.
They spent time at kibutzim, and
at the urban homes of Israelis, in
addition to touring the country's
historical and- religious sites.
Other mayors in the group were:
Palmer Gaillard Jr. of -Charleston,
Joseph M. Nardi of Camden, N.J.,
Charles Stenvig of Minneapolis,
Roy Martin Jr. of Norfolk, Louis
Tullio of Erie, Pa., Howard Wie-
fels of Palm Springs, Calif., Frank
Burke of Louisville, Eugene P.
Ruehlmann of Cincinnati and Ron-
ald James of San Jose, Calif.

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Detroit Mayor and Mrs. Roman S. Gribbs meet a small Arab
patient In the pediatrics department of the Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center in Jerusalem. They visited the medical center
as members of a group of 10 U.S. mayors on a study tour of Israel,
guests of the Israel Foreign- Ministry, the ministry of tourism and
El Al Airlines. The mayor discussed problems of medicine and health
in Israel and America with Prof. Kalman J. Mann, director-general
of the Radassah Medical Organization, and viewed the famous 12
stained-glass windows of Marc Chagall in the synagogue of the hospital.-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, hawary 1, 1971

NEW YORK (JTA) — An agree-
ment whereby the Jewish Nation-
al Fund will not hold public fund-
raising dinners and events in the
Jewish communities Jan. 1 - June
15, so as to insure "the maximum
success of the 1971 campaign on
behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and its Emergency Fund,"
was announced by Jack Weiler
and Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson, co-
chairmen of the committee on con-
trol and authorization of cam-
paigns of the Jewish Agency.
The committee on control is
composed of the leading officers
of the United Jewish Appeal, the
Council of Jewish Federations and
• Welfare Funds and the Jewish
Agency for Israel.
The agreement provides that
"in those instances where such
dinners have already been ,
scheduled, the committee on con-
trol and authorization of cam-
paigns of the Jewish . Agency-
American Section will confer
with the communities involved
to obtain necessary clearances
for these dates or to arrange
alternative dates."
In its acceptance of ,"the high-
est priority of American Jewry"
for the 1971 United Jewish Appeal
Emergency Fund, the JNF calls
it "the greltest fund-raising ef-
fort in Jewish history." The agree-
ment was signed by Mrs. Jacob-
son and Herman L. Weisman,
president of the Jewish National
Fund.
The agreement gives the JNF
the right to conduct all of its other
"regular and traditional activi-

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These events will be conducted
as in the past "in a manner not
to interfere with the 1971 - cam-
paign on behalf of the Welfare
Fund-United Jewish Appeal Emer
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The JNF pledged its "full co-
operation" to the UJA Emergency
Fund and urged its local Jewish,
National fund councils to "main-
tain close contact between the lo-
cal Jewish National Fund councils
and the local welfare funds in
order to assure maximum priority
to the campaign and the fullest
participation therein by the Jew-
ish National Fund personnel, vol-
unteer workers, followers and sup-
porters throughout the country."
This pledge by the JNF was
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