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August 20, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-20

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Difference on Loans, Grants
Myra Kraus Engaged 21,000 Settlers
Defined by Broomfield, Alerts to Richard Ellis Stone
Came to Israel
Congressmen on Propaganda

There is a vast difference be-
tween loans and grants to Israel,
Congressman Wiliam S. Broom-
field admonished his fellow-mem-
bers of the U.S. House of Repre-
sentatives.
In a page and a half insertion
in the Congressional Record, Rep.
Broomfield presented the facts as
outlined in the Middle East Report
by I. L. Kenen, outlining in detail
the meager aid given Israel as con-
trasted with the vast sums that
have gone to Arab states.
Crediting Louis Panush, an of-
ficer of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, with having presented
many of the basic facts, Rep.

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Sept. 12.
This event will be a Yiddish
Folk Fest, to be performed en-
tirely by young folk artists, groups
and ensembles. It will be spon-
sored by the Workmen's Circle,
and will include radical songs,
songs of the Jewish Resistance,
folk and theater songs. Hasidic
motifs as well as original folk rock
compositions, all in Yiddish. also
will be presented-. At the conclu-
sion of the fest, there will be a
"zingeray" or "sing-along."
The education department of
Workmen's Circle reports that this
fest is in keeping with increased
interest toward Yiddish language
and culture, especially among the
youth.

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dicated that 21,000 new settlers
had come to Israel during the
first six months of this year.
Immigration from the Unit e d
States, the Soviet Union, Canada
and East Europe was reported to
have been larger than officials
had expected while immigration
from Western Europe and Africa
was smaller than had been an-
ticipated.

Broomfield said in a prefatory
note to the statement he inserted
in the Congressional Record:
"It is a common error within
government circles to speak of
U.S. aid to Israel without noting
the crucial difference between aid
in the form of loans and aid in
the form of grants. In fact, eco-
nomic aid to Israel has only rarely
taken the form of outright grants,
and of the loans we have distrib-
uted to her, more than half have
already been repaid. Military as-
sistance, moreover, has never been
granted outright to Israel; while
we have extended her credits over
the years, we have never just
given away U.S. arms."

Yiddish Folk Fest
Planned for Sept. 12

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1971-35

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