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March 12, 1971 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-12

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Final Pre-Campaign Functions Planned;
Phonogift Solicitations Conclude Sunday

Next week will see the final son, Paul M. Handleman and Mor-
phase of pre-campaign activity of ris Karbal, advisors.
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
With only one day left for the
Emergency Fund with two meet- Women's
Division Phonogift, Mrs.
ings of professional division sec-
Charles
Snider, chairman, said
tions and the finale of the women's that Sunday
would see a large

division week-long Phonogift. group of women at headquarters
Engineers and Scientist Section at the United Hebrew Schools
will hold Its annual brunch, 9:30 seeking to finish their assign.
a.m., Sunday, at Rascal House, ments of telephoning •0,000 De.
Dr. Edwin Eichen, chairman, an- trait area women.
nounced.
"Our response has been magnifi-
'George M. Zeltzer, delegate to cent," Mrs. Snider said. "Women,
Prime Minister Golds Meir's eco- always sensitive to the needs of
nomic conference in Jerusalem and people are responding with larger
vice-chairman of pre-campaign, gifts this year. Their knowledge of
will speak on the needs of this 'Crisis Yisrael' Is thorough. Our
year's drive. A film just come from women know that the call for
Israel, "Partners in Progress," doubling of last year's gifts is a
will be shown, cry that must be heeded and they
Maj. Gen. Shaul Rosolio, second are doing their part."
in command of Israeli police, will Mrs. Moshe Dayan, in Detroit
be guest of honor at the annual for a special appearance as guest
dinner of Pharmacists and Pharma. of honor at the industrial and auto-
eeutical Suppliers for husbands motive division dinner Monday,
and wives, 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, visited Phonogift headquarters
at Raleigh House. Monday to talk with the volunteers
David Moss is chairman of the who were working.
section, with Robert S. Dunsky and Mrs. Dayan, a charming and
Jack P. Kutnick as co-chairmen; energetic woman who is bead of
and David Duasky, William David- Maskit, a government company
which promotes and markets native

Jerome Wiesner
Is Named to Take
MIT Presidency

arts and crafts, as well as promot-
ing the fashion industry of Israel,
urged the volunteers to put their
whole energies into what they were
doing.

She pointed out that Israel's
need to absorb the thousands of
immigrants, who have already
come and who are yet to come
to Israel, was vital to the future
of the country. She said that
Israel's money was going to de-
fense to make sure that the coun•
try had a future, and world
Jewry must take care of the wel-
fare costs of the immigrants,
education, health services and
housing.
In addition to raising three chil-
dren, Mrs. Dayan has devoted the
past 20 years to encouragement of
arts and handicrafts among immi-
grants both as a. way to preserve
the old crafts and to provide a
supplementary means of livelihood
for the newcomers.
Since the Six-Day War she has
extended the scope of the company
to the towns on the West Bank and
in the Gaza Strip, finding markets
for Arab handicrafts and suggest-
ing new materials and lines.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 12, 1971-5

Schumann Says French
Government Continues
to Support Jarring

BRUSSELS (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Maurice Schumann of
France has said here that, his gov-
ernment "supports, supported and

will support Dr. (Gunnar V.)
Jarring, whose task it is to imple•
meat integrally all of (Security
Council) Resolution 242."
Schumann, speaking at a lunch-
eon honoring European foreign
ministers, added in answer to a
question that developments in the
Middle East had confirmed the
wisdom of France's policy there.

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Mrs. Dayan Inspires AJC Wornen

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dr. Je-
rome B. Wiesner, a science adviser
to President Kennedy, has been
named to succeed Howard W. John-
son as president of the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology.
Dr. Wiesner, 55, is an expert on
radio and radar and has been on
the MIT faculty for 22 years. For
the past five years, Dr.-Wiesner
has served as provost.
-A friendly but forceful man, Dr.
Wiesner is a popular figure on
campus and his appointment was
eipected 'and- supported by campus
groups.
Dr. Wiesner has been vocal on
political issues—two. years ago he
spiike out against the antiballistic
• Disehig her visit in Detraft, Ruth Dayan, wife of Israel Defense
•niiiiiie'skitein•ancfltas consistently Minister-Moshe
Dayan, addressed the women ' Who were: at work -on
criticized the, Indochina war.
the Phonogift solicitations, Monday, and inspired them to increased
re control efforts in behalf of Israel, Mrs. Dayan welcomed the-American-Israel
'utir Wresna.r.,
Of ihrei 600-Iludent. campus at a partnership and commended the women for their devotion . to a serious.
tin great iklpieta; and political _task of saving lives. She especially emphasized the current task of
welcoming newcomers to Israel from the Soviet Union and told of_
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educational and health services for :the newcomers. In •the -4boto
.with Mrs. Dayan (center) are Mrs. Morris Brand Wine (left). chairman
M a Y-9,F 1,9f
if the Allied Jewish Campaign, -women's division;' and Mrs: Charles .
- Snider, Phonogift chairman.


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Sheikh Muhammad. All Jaabari of
• , Hebron/criticized Israeli. activities
on the West Bank but had much
• •harsher • words- for Jordan in • a
;speech to Arab notables compris. -
ing - the •ebron Council tbPPublic

'Replying= to 'reproaches bi ■ Jar-
daliian mlniaters that West Bank-
ers were trying' to keep that region'
separate from Jordan, the Sheikh
- said; "We,ire not afraid of threats .
and we 'do not• need a certificate
of patriotism from Arriman. We
shall. not allow others to make out
decisions." He added, "Our fathers

married our mothers," an Arabic
idiom meaning that legitimate off-
spring have the right to speak
their own minds.
Jaabari and his Council urged
the Israeli military government to

Permit the return of West Bankers
deported to Jordan and protested

against continued Israeli settlement
on the West Bank.
Israel announced plans for the
third of a series of civilian settle-
._ nients on the West Bank of the Jor-
dan. The land has already been
• reclaimed, irrigation pipes have
been laid and plots are being
prepared for the construction of
housing. The new settlement marks
another step in implementation of
- the so-called Allon Plan, proposed

- by Deputy Premier Yigal Allon,
for a fringe of protective settle-
•ments along the Jordan.

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