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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, July 2, 1971

American College
in Jerusalem Has
Its 1st Convocation

JERUSALEM — Several hundred
students, faculty and guests at-
tended the American College in
Jerusalem's convocation exercises,
honoring 15 graduates.
Knesset member and former
Attorney General Dr. Gideon
Hausner, discussed the impact of
the young liberal arts college on
the Israeli scene. The willing-
ness of young Americans to
k._3me to Israel proves, he said,
that American-Jewish youth still
retains an adventurous and pio-
neering spirit.
Dr. Avraham Soltes, chairman
of the college's American board
and a member of the U.S.-Israel
Cultural Foundation, elaborated on
the mutual responsibilities of
Americans and Israelis, and said
the American College is a vital
link between the two. American
youth is troubled, and dynamic
Israel—the most ancient and mod-
ern of countries—can help regen-
erate those values America seems
to have lost, he said.
American College President Dr.
Morman Greenwald presided over
the investiture of Dr. Soltes, Sam-
uel Goldfarb, Irwin Hochberg, Dr.
Joseph Zeitlin and Bernard Katz
as founding fellows of the college.

Bucharest Socio-Medical Center Aids Aged

BUCHAREST—A socia-medical
center has been opened here to
provide medical care and social
services at the center or at home
for needy and aged handicaped
Jews, it was announced by Samuel
L. Haber, executive vice chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee.
The center was established by
the Federation of Romanian Jew-
ish Communities, with technical
and financial assistance from the
Joint Distribution Committee,
said Haber.
JDC's expenditures in Romania
in 1971 are expected to exceed
$1,600,000, he added. The JDC re-
ceives funds for its health, welfare
and rehabilitation programs in 25
countries overseas, mainly from

the campaigns of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Those who are well enough
come to the center on foot or by
bus; those who are housebound
are visited at home by a doctor,
nurse's aide or social worker,
depending upon the situation,
Haber said.
In addition to the social and
mbedical services, the center acts

Nation of Ministers

as a clearing house for the Fed-
eration's welfare program, compil-
ing information and referring the
needy aged to other services avail-
able in the community, he added.
Among the services provided di-
rectly by the center are medical
tations, medical and nursing care
either at the center or at home
ances and certain drugs, Haber
said. The center also makes other
Federation s e r v i c es available
through referrals. This includes
meals-on-wheels, which are pre-
pared in the kosher canteen,
and housekeeping help. Many re-
quire and get both direct and
indirect services, he added. Pro-
cedures also are being worked out
to provide special diets for dia-
betics and other people who need
them.
The center operates an 18-bed
nursing home for the most infirm
of the needy aged. Another home,
with 23 beds, is under construc-
tion, but even this will fall short
of meeting the needs, Haber said.

Soviet-Egypt Pact
Goes Beyond
Czech Treaty

NEW YORK (ZINS)—The Soviet
Egyptian treaty of friendship and
cooperation signed in Cairo May
27 is the first pact of its kind that
Moscow has entered into with a
country that is both non-Communist
and that lies far afield from the
Soviet border, according to Is-
raeli diplomatic sources.
Its terms do not merely for-
malize an existing status quo of
Russian assistance and coopera-
tion: they grant Moscow the legal-
ity of presence and a say in the
affairs of Egypt for the next 15
years (Article 2).
Of particular significance is
article 7, the "consulting clause."
By it, Egypt undertakes "to con-
cert its international policies with
the Soviet Union and to regularly
consult at different levels on all
important questions affecting the
interests bf both states."
This goes further even than the
wording of the Soviet treaty with
Czechoslovakia, which is less
specific and which avoids the use
of the term "concert" and the
principle of "regular" consulta-
tions.
On the military level, Article 8
spells out the Soviet long-term
commitment to "continue to de-
velop cooperation in the military
field . . . with a view to strength-
ening Egypt's capacity to elimi-
nate the consequences of aggres-
sion as well as its ability to stand
up to aggression in general."

By MOSHE H. ZIRIN
It is a foregone conclusion that
every Jew — well, almost every
Jew has a "Minister's Kopp" (a
head of a minister). These heads,
by and large, were wasted in the
gentile world, but when the Jew-
ish state of Israel was establish-
Dutch Jews Seek End
ed, naturally, the potential minis-
to Euromart's M.E. Plank ters were eager, and anxious, to
AMSTERDAM (JTA)—The Jew- offer their talents to the state. If
ish communities in Holland have not as ministers, at least as Knes-
appealed to Foreign Minister Jo- set members or even as local coun-
seph Luns to try to stop a draft cils members.
statement on the Middle East ten-
To dampen the enthusiasm of
tatively adopted by the six member the multitude of potential minis- Audio-Visual Awards
nations of the European Common ters, and to assure a reasonable
Go to Chautauqua Scty.
Market.
ratio between the number of vot-
The document calls for Israel's ers and candidates, the Knesset and Philatelic Agency
return to its pre-June 1967 bor- passed a law: In national elec-
NEW YORK—The Jewish Chau-
ders, international status for Je- tions, a party is eligible to be rep-
rusalem and the option of cash resented in the Knesset only if it tauqua Society and the Israel Phi-
compensation or repatriation for has accumulated at least one per latelic Agency in America received
Palestinian refugees.
cent of the valid votes cast. Noth- the 1970 awards of the National
The statement is strongly sup- ing spectacular, of course, con- Council on Jewish Audio-Visual
ported by France. Dr. Luns is sidering that this silly one per Materials at a luncheon on the
known to have opposed it per- cent will not entitle that party to Council Thursday.
sonally.
more than one seat anyhow. But
The awards were given to the
Educators Salute JNF
Representatives of the Ashkenazi, without the law, half the one per Jewish Chautauqua Society for its
NEW YORK—The recent . 45th Sephardi and Liberal Jewish com- cent may be enough, which is a timely production of the film, "Be-
annual convention of the National munities wrote the foreign minis- great temptation, even for the yond the Mirage," and to the Is-
Council for Jewish Education, held ter, "We hope that you will suc- average potential minister to run. rael Philatelic Agency in Amer-
Orchestra and Entertainment
at Grossinger's, New York, hailed ceed in foiling any efforts by
Similar laws have been passed ica for its artistic production of
France
or
any
other
nation
for
the
the Jewish National Fund on its
for local (town and city) councils, the filmstrip, "A Stamp Tour of
7Cth anniversary and pledged its implementation of an EEC col- with minimum votes needed de- Israel."
support of JNF land policies in lective policy' which does not ac- pending on the number of council
Among the other citation re-
Israel, now being debated in some cord with Israel's desire for peace seats in each case.
cipients are the American Broad-
and security. -
Israeli quarters.
With these laws enforced, nor- casting Company for its presen-
mally only two or three "instant tation of a four-part TV documen-
parties" fail to accumulate the tary film on Israel; Jewish Nation-
minimum votes needed. Normal- al Fund, on its 70th anniversary,
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June 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary 15210 Pearson, Oak Park, a daugh- one case not only has the law forts in the visual presentation of
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June 23—To Mr. and Mrs.1 e d, ridiculous situation.
ter; Mara Diana.
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Michael Cohen (Stephanie Sha-
It happened in the Arab town of cinematic work.
June 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Earle piro), former Detroiters of Skokie, M'rar, in the Galilee, which has
Honorable mention went to the
Jean.
nine council seats and requires a commission on Jewish education
Mostyn (Elaine Solomon), 20980 a daughter, Miriam
* * *
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June 20—To Dr. and Mrs. Gary votes per eligible party. Nineteen of the Union of American Hebrew
J.
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June 24 — To Mr. and Mrs. ing Heights, a son, Adam Marc. and when the votes were counted, to World Zionist Organization,
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Barry M. Klein (Lynne Hutch-
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received
the
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ings), 24341 Eastwood, Oak Park,
June 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Roy votes necessary. Highest number Himan Brown, writer, producer
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_a son, Jason Alexander.
Mason (Karen Cutler of Detroit), of votes cast for one party was and director, and to Rohama Lee,
editor,
Film
News.
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June 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- Ellias.
ceived just 155 votes, it would
vey Stalburg (Diana Kohen),
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June 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Clar- other parties were disqualified.
ence M. Wayne (Judy Weinberg), As it happened, none was elected.
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