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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
1S—Friday, March 5, 1971

Businessmen Volunteer
Knowhow to Israelis

Detroiters Attend Florida Bond Event USSR Jews' Plea Expresses Demand
for Freedom: 'Let My People Go'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Nine top-
flight American businessmen have
visited Israel as volunteers over
the past two years to give Israeli
businessmen the benefit of their
knowhow, and another group is
expected here shortly for the same
purpose, it has been reported by,
th International Executive Service

Corp.
The IES was organized to-send
American executives abroad for
short periods to advise foreign
companies. According to William
L. Finger, vice president for the
Middle East and Africa, It plans
to expand its activities in Israel.
The nine executives who have al-
ready been here came as part
of an experimental pilot project.
Finger said the IES activities in

Israel would be sponsored by the
Israel-American Chamber of Com-
merce.
The chamber announced that it
will dedicate a new 15-story "Am-
erican House" in Tel Aviv during
Israel Independence Day celebra-
tions in April.

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Detroiters at the Israel Bond National Trustees Dinner held Jo
Miami Beach, which resulted in $1,750,000113 Israel Bond ides, are
(from left) Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond director; Lads
Gottlieb; Mrs. Norman Colder; Mrs. Levitan; Nathan Fishman; Nor-
man Allan; Mrs. Fishman; and Norman bottler. Not shown are
Detroiters N. P. Rossen, Mrs. Gottlieb, Mrs. Allan and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Weisberg.

Minority of Extremists
Must Re Fought, Javits Warns

Soviets to permit massive eml-
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—Sen.
Jacob K. Javits Sunday night gration of Soviet Jews to Israel;
urged "responsible organizations "there first must be achieved
and individuals" on and off the the most elusive of all goals: a
campus, "both inside and outside permanent' peace in the Middle
East. Worldwide protest alone
the Jewish community," to corn-
bat the "minority of American is not likely to bring . the ulti-
left
and
ex-
mate
relief being sought' !Or
Jews on the extreme

"

treme right." Soviet Jews," he stated.
The New York Republican, at Referring to prospects for Mid
a community wide rally of the East peace, Javits cautioned that
Jewish Welfare Federation of San Israel faces "a most difficult pe-
Francisco, Marin County area, Hod immediately ahead" as it
warned that unless these twin dan- approaches the crucial period Of
gers "are brought to reason, their hard bargaining with Egypt and
passionate rhetoric and destruc- other Arab states in the indirect
tive ways could tear apart the talks under United Nations special
heretofore indestructible fabric of envoy Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring.
Javits observed that "There , is
American Jewish life."

"Don't give us Yiddish records,
give us our visas!" is the plea
for freedom that came over the
trans-Atlantic telephones from Len-
ingrad Feb. 24 to Gerard Horo-
witz, of the Bay Area Council on
Soviet Jewry. The conversation
took place after Horowitz called
one of the Soviet Jews, who has
applied to leave the USSR.
"The announcement by Tass, the
Soviet news agency, that they will
produce a record of Yiddish songs,
prompted us to phone one of our
friends there," said Horowitz, "for
we think that such actions might
just be another public relations
ploy." The Russion told Horowitz
that even if the Soviets print an-
other Yiddish newspaper, or book,
or open a few synagogues, it will
not really help, and it is dangerous
if the free world relaxes, thinking

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Discussing the dangers the
to a heavy Senate schedule,
told the audience that for the minority of Jewish Left and
Right extremists pose for the
Jewish community, Javits ex-
coriated the Jewish Defense
League as a "brand of extrem-
ism" from "the far right." He
said that the JDL discredits the
cause that "never again" will
persecutors be permitted to spill
Jewish blood by its tactics of
violence.
"The irony is that the JDL has
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Directing his fire against the
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alliance with Arab propagandists
leads to a campaign of vilifica-
tion against Israel and Zionism,
"often with clear overtones of anti-
Semitism." He noted that one of
the most distressing aspects of
student New Left extremism is
that some of the organizers and
volunteers for the Palestinian ter-
rorist groups have been Jews.
Observing that at the root of
this, problem "is a growing aliena-
tion among our youth from middle
class society," Javits declared:
"At "the community and family
levei..:thqre is a special respon-
sibility to bring Jewish youth into
the mainstream of Jewish life; to
teach them the lessons of the Holo-
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Israel Currency Stable
Despite Trade Deficit Rise

JERUSALEM •(ZINS) — Israel's
trade deficit for the first nine
months of 1970 amounted to ;849,-
.0011,000, as compared iwth only
,000 for the same period
preceding year, according
to Israel's Central Statistical Bu-
reau. The figures indicate an in-
crease InAhe trade deficit in one
year of some 38 per cent.

Despite these somber statistics,
Israel economists point out that
both the Israel currency and the
cost of living have been re-
markably stable.

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At the same time, the Soviet
viet Union and other troubled
makes no similar demands on its
areas throughout the world."
Arab clients, and "there is still
Javits, who together with
clear sign that the Soviet Union
Senator Abraham Ribicoff, Con- no
is prepared to ease up in its mili-
necticut Democrat, was unable
tary
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