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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-01

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:on'Its 70th Anniversary

_The Jewish News dedicates this issue to the Keren Kayemet—the Jewish National Fund—on the 70th
anniversary of .its emergence as the land redemption -fund of the Jewish people.

Since its. formatiOn,ht 1901, in Basle, Switzerland, at the Fifth World Zionist Congress, millions of trees
have been planted as part of the JNF afforestation program in Bretz Israel and scores of settlements were
established on land redeemed by this popular fund.

Formulated by Prof. Herinann Schapira of Heidelberg University, the INF emerged as one of world
Jewry's most popular media for redemption and_ statebuilding. It is as such that we salute it and wish it
continuous progress in Israel, and unending 'populazity among the Jewries of the world.

(Editorials, Page 4

_ Recalling
Creation of the
Blue-White Box
by Venbrable
Prof. Schapira
commentary
•Page z

Commentary, Page 2

Special features, Pages 6, 7, 48)

SE NEWS

Review of Jewish News

Michigan Weekly

Role of Youth
irviNF ... Their
Essay Contest

History of JNF.
Women's Group

Stories on
Page 48

Michigan's Only-English-llewish NeWspaper — Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle

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LX, No. 3

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WASHINGTON

17515 W. 9 Miles Rd., Suite 865, Southfield, Mich. 48075

son rropose
s $500 Million
e • -Military Aid
Aid for Israel

it..lackson_(D.

Wash.) said he will
Sem-Henry
move.rit-dine-earliest practicable,oPpoetgnity" for-legislation extending a> new
lineut-",'Military.- tredita". In the anammt.of '12100,000.000_ for Israel to enable it
to- -purChisisadditions1 F-4 Phintoni aircraft, It was Jackson's amendinent to the
-ProcureMent Act :of 1971-that provided $500,000,000 in Credits for
Foreigq
Isradrinilitary purchases and gave the President authority to use funds at his
diaeretiou- for that purpote.
Jachsoa- said- on the- Senate floor that he was -serving notice on the Nixon
adMinistration that .he would press for new credits for Israel in the interests of
_maintaining the military balance in the Middle East. He criticized the administra-
for -assuming "with - neither evidence nor' logic to support it that
tion
the - Soviet Union gendinely desires a stabilfring settlement of the Arab-Israeli

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NEW_ YORK (JTAY. -:–Israel Foreign Minister Abba Eban was intending to
call for-it Rhodes-type peace conference between Israel andEgypt in an address
to the UN General Assembly Thursday, the JTA learned earlier this week.
Eban reportedly made the disclosure-.at an off-the-record meeting with
200.Americazi-Jetvish leaders Monday, sponsored by the Conference of Presidents
• of Major -American-Jewish Organizations.
According-to the reports, Eban - said he would ask for a meeting under

the auspices of UN mediator Gunnar V. Jarring along the lines of the 1949
armistice talkwith the Arab states at Rhodes.
Khan- said that any--one of several subjects could be on the agenda,
including the Palestinian refugees, Sharm el Sheikh, and the crossing of the
Suez Canal by Egyptian civilians under an interim agreement.
He reportedly said thit under such a procedure it may be possible to
begin with relatively trivial matters, and thereby gain momentum that would
lead to agreements on -more- basic and fundamental issues. -
He said that • was how last month's agreement on improvement of access
to Berlin was reached.

Israel RejeCts Council Resolution on Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (JTA)–. -The cabinet made it clear that Lirael does not
recognize the resolution on Jerusalem adopted last weekend by a vote of 14-0
by the Security Council ordering a "halt". to changes in the status of East
. Jerusalem. The Cabinet adopted a resolution by consensus, without a vote,
declaring-that there was "no justification" for the Security . Council's debate and
subsequent resolution on Jerusalem -and , that "the government of Israel will
not enter into discussions with any political factor on the basis of this resolution."
The cabinet's resolution - was . regarded by political observers here as a
,warning_tii any mission or emissary of the - Security Council that they would not
be welcome in-Jerusalem and as an attempt to discourage United Nations bodies

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October 1; ,1971

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- '130-4-.111ds naive assmntdion," Jackson said, ."arose such serious errors
as atieladere tn.respond to severe Soviet violations of the standstill cease fire
last peer,
He Jiotecthat ;there was a measure currently -before the Senate Foreign
Relations :'.4:00Mittee- -by which the administration would make available $300,-
"purchase of Phantom aircraft." Obviously he said,
hothed and appropriated in a timely fashion, and if they
- e*C.4et
l
"if theat iiii*:'
are exPendlid *AO fOrPose of providing, these vital planes, I would adiust my .
imendmazicikikedialay.7 and' as the situation dictates." However, Jackson said, .
"nneeitainlisid"- the bill in the handl Of- the committee headed , by Sen.
-

Vellitaia.:Pst (D.-Ark0.
t *ducted whet was aimost noneanal campaign-against
LidiTY.eir
Jaiduidifinniendotent antr.the open-ended authority It gave thePreeldent to
prodifii,Atilitarjr treats for Israel. The amendment was ndoPted 1;4 providing

$509,400000 for. Israel.

356-8400 , $8.00 Per Year; This Issue 25c

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Presentation of Fred Butzel Award
Set at Jewish- Welfare Federation
Annual Dinner Meeting 'Oct. 14

that-the method choler, by the _ Amer - -
veortrelircts: Cor:ss
ois
travesty of thde
Presentation of the Fred if. Butzel Award will highlight the an-
-.-icanZioulatjfedenition to elect delegatesio the upcoming h.' i ' Vi
g process
nual dinner meeting of the Jewish Welfare Federation, to be held
Cl f"01144
'tali aid' two separate
nt
of
the
goik,
said
passage
of
the
federation's
method
Oct
14, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
York.- Pre
-
• *-,1540P*14,;Weisiiist
agreeiient"' among certain American Ziontst.Orgenizations
Alan E. Schwartz, Federation president, announced that a com-
dertkin4ifairl,made.possible
mittee of presidents of Federation-affiliated agencies and former
rede termined", theLdistribution of • 76 per cent of the 152-man Ns. doegition -tai the, congress,
r .- -^ • - • •
.
Butzel Award recipients is presently making the selection of this
scheduled to-convene Jan. 16, 197Z in
npanel
impow--
in
;Jorintidesst;
has
filed
papers
with
the
coati*
wined'
honoree.
year's
-
.,111fotsMnit lakitheZ0A
hisUailhe federation's method of
The award was founded in 1951 to honor the memory of Fred M.
An 4ibar..aistV. ride .41t. matters relating to - congress' elections, -
Butzel,
distinguished Detroit citizen and philanthropist.
didditted. "null. and void." •
- The annual- meeting will include a report on the highlights of
waild Zionist Organdation•Eiteentive, he said,
Au appeal has also been sent by 'the 7.tiA to
the year's activities.
unit/sig.-that :the federation le:directed to "'Oast; and-refrain", fronlimbledenting UM:efectioisikrocess -
L
At the business meeting nine members at-large of the board of
m ill ai detision is reached by the tribunal.
acting
as
-.a
governors of the Federation will be elected for a three-year term.
comPosed.
of
13
Ameiliais
-Ziodet
,groaini,-
including
The lederatiOU,
World
'Zionist
OF80Oliestion
hr
the
United
States
It
hastinalpowerj
through
Newly nominated -for the board membership at-large are Judge

1!frito$41--00611iint4olt of the
. Lawrence Gubow, Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum, Mrs. Norman H. Rosen-„
its - noot;.nloothni.?eoiiimittee. to essiduct :and supervise the election of tr.S., - ,,deleaateale-tht:ieliSresk
repre-
fold
and Dr. Peter G. Shifrui.
the
area
elections
committee
on
.,Sept...
of
,11rekkialt said Ihatat a New York meeting
Nominated for re-election are Rabbi Hayim Dania, Ronald L.
witirh.toOPId haVe„sillocatod, 45„per cent ef the Amen- -,
:pintatheir atjtadataals'ProPesetLanele
Greenberg, Edward C. Levy Sr., Alan E. -Schwartz and George M.
coupoog:dsiegattou to Zionist organizations_ on'agiropertionatte" -membeiship"bisis. - Theplai - called
cent to be elected by nationwide:mail ballot of alt registered Zionists, lie said. . Zeltzer.
for the reitaising
Irwin I.- Cohn is chairman of the nominating committee which
.11r1Oklike , Maisie of America- (distaeld) deferring Rs vote, Weisman, said, the Hadassah
includes Paul Broder, Arnold Faudman, Mrs. Max Stamen and
lidiaddiaddeve'the 78 per cent majority necessary far -passage. Two-days later, however,- Mix-
George
M. Stutz.
of
the
plan,
giving
it
the
required
majority,
he
said.
dot ins
Also under consideration will be an amendment to the bylaws
n asserted-'that Mintsold's affirmative vote came only after it was dravin into a secret

of Federation to increase the number of vice presidents from the
guaranteeing a predetermined distribution of 116 delegates to the congress
"inter-parti*aree
, _
_
current three to no more than four, Schwartz said. The need for
-
amonglAmericen Monist organizations.,
and additional officer is made necessary by the volume of planning
The.:Igreement.- was reached, the ZOA„ dedired in its appeal, at a late-night "rump meeting"
for the health and welfare, community relations and educational
attended, :by -representatives of Hadassah, the United Labor Zionist Organization of- America • and
programs of the Jewish community,- he stated. . - .
'Mjarachi; that wet beld after the committee's formal meeting Sept 8: (Continued on Page 5)

tiii*YCIRK4he Zionist Orianitatiery Amerkii;

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