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June 04, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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AJCongress Topic: Broomfield Bill on Suez Opening
Freedom of Press Conditional on Is rael Agreement

The Michigan Council of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a public meeting to discuss
the topic "Freedom of the Press
and Its Impact in Society Today"
8:15 p.m. Thursday at Temple
Emanu-El.
Panelists will be Charles Nathan-
son, managing editor of the North-
west Newspapers; Neal Shine.
managing editor of the Detroit
Free Press; and Prof. Harold
Norris, professor of law at Detroit
College of Law.
They will be followed by two
reactors—William T. Downs. pro-
fessor at the University of De-
troit Law School and past execu-
tive director of the Inter-Faith
Center for Racial Justice; and
Albert J. Dunmore, director of
urban affairs of the Chrysler Corp.
and former editor of the Michigan
Chronicie. He is chairman of the
Interfaith Action Council.
The public is invited by chairman
for the evening, Mrs. Matilda
Rubin.

Legislation that would authorize
the use of $55.000,000 in U.S. as-
sistance to help reopen the Suez
Canal has been introduced by Con-
gressman William S. Broomfield
(R.-Royal Oak'.
A condition of the bill requires
that the canal be made accessible
to the shipping of all nations--in-
eluding Israel—on an equitable

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Editor, The Jewish News:
I thought you may be interested
in this account of Yom Hazikaron
and Yom Atzmaut in Jerusalem
which I received from my daughter
Ahava Gross:
". . . There was a constant guard
of honor all day, flags at half mast,
no regular radio programs. And
just as it had mournfully begun, by
everyone's halting at attention at
the two-minute wail of the air-raid
siren, so it ended at 7 p.m. Wednes-
day. All traffic stops, people get
out of cars to stand at attention
"And with that incredible re-
lease that only a total catharsis
of 24 hours of such total emotion
can bring, everything went wild.
We were in the middle of town
as the siren ended and two min-
utes later, the town was bathed
in light and music . . . As we
closed our windows at 2 -a.m. it
was still going strong.
"But I must say Yom Hazikaron
was what left a deeper mark on
my emotions. As Jay pointed out:
Jews would prelude their
joy with such a day of
inotiming.' As Gideon said, he saw
pictures, of American Memorial
Day;. : and everyone was having
parties or going on picnics."
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basis, and none of the funds would
released until an agreement has
been reached between both parties
to the dispute.
All of the S55,000.000 would be
in U.S. owned Egyptian currency,
not in dollars, so the expense to
the United States will be minimal.
Broomfield emphasized that it
was not his purpose "to put pres-
sure on either side of the negotia-
tions" and that it was his belief
that "a lasting settlement of the
Mid East dispute must be reached
freely by both parties without
even a trace of external influence.
"With this legislation," he said,
"we seek merely to make the re-
opening process a little bit less
painful."

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

At the same time, he stressed
his opinion that "no action more
than an agreement to reopen the
•Canal would better advance the
prospects for peace in the Middle
East."
The financial assistance will be
drawn from accounts the ✓ .S. has
built up over the years and for
which there are no maintenance
of value guarantees; i.e. money
which quickly loses its value due
to inflation, devaluations and ex-
change rate adjustments.
Broomfield pointed out that the
U.S. has already lost $2,200,000,000
in this way worldwide, and over
$200.000,000 in the United Arab

He was joined in sponsoring the
bill by Congressman William S.
Moorhead of Pennsylvania.
The measure now goes before
the House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee.

AV:AL
REP. WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD

SANDRA SIEGEL EMERY

By

DANNY JAMES

Republic.

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Editor, The Jewish News:
As a longtime subscriber to your
paper, I must call your attention
to this week's (Shavuot) edition.
At the head of the paper you
print: (in Hebrew) "Shma Yis-
roel." Do you know that the Has-
hem is not allow to be printed?
A. GREENBAUM
24030 Coolidge
Oak Park

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announced that another $235,000 in
long-range commitments had been
raised in this area for the founda-
tion.
Dr. Stein said this additional
money brings to a cumulative total
$2,500,000 raised during the past 10
years in this area and that the
national total is now at $20,800,000.
These commitments, he said, will
provide vitally needed funds for
Histadrut's extensive health, edu-
cation and welfare programs and
institutions in Israel.

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