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Reports by the editor of The
AVRIJNIN,- Jewish News of the White House
."The fmest press conference.for Jewish editors
can pay torDetriiit'a-English-Jewish weekly is were inserted in .the Congressional
_Record-in their"entirety by Rep.
thakit.bearrtile itattip'el -fis
hrity,, devotion to Jewish life and-tiediOtiott to .eommunitY, service . William S. Broomfield, on March
have: helped -establish Detroit's prestigious 40-Milian:among:the JeWish
communities of the world. We look - forviard toAnany. :more:jean of _ Ina prefatory statement, Con-
gressman: Broomfield 'commended
continued association 'in -the vineyards . . ' "
the reports for their thoroughness
DR.= WERNER MONTAG, :••• German- ;.consul general: -"Since- - my and objectivity. He also com-
-arrival in-Detroit as the representative of the Federal Republic of mended the record of editorial ef-
Gerinany, I am• closely following The JeWish News: I judge it an open- ficiency- of The Jewish News.
minded and -well informed newspaper, serving the Jewish and: non-
Jewish community -equally. May you and your editorial staff continue
any = more years to inform and educate the society and to Israeli Commander
build bridges between people, countries and continents."
to Address Reception
PROF.- SOLOMON ZETTLIN, Dropsie University, Philadelphia:
"Congratulations to the most courageous editor. May you continue for for Charles Milan
many long fruitful years to challenge and inspire your readers."
Menachem Sadinsky, Six-Day
WALTER L. FIELD, "Congratulations ..-. Thirty years is a record, War commander, educator and
leader, will be guest speaker
and The Jewish News is rightly recognized as the foremost Jewish
English weekly in the U. S. A. . . . Israel will live because Jews like at the Keidan Lodge Bnai Brith
reception, hosted by
you will never let her down, never!" -
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Freedland
DR.' RICHARD C. HERTZ, rabbi, Temple Beth El: ". . . With 8 p.m. April 9 in North Park
the highest standards of editorial discretion, you have brought The Towers.
Detroit Jewish,. News to the position of being the foremost English-
The reception will honor Charles
Jewish newspaper published in- this hemisphere . . . I am partidu- Milan, Keidan Lodge "man of the
larlf-pleased to note how consistently you have reported the news year."
of religious -concerns in Jewish life. Synagogues and temples form
Sadinsky, a Sabra, was direc-
an important identification in the Jewish community, and 1-am....haPpY tor srhool- at Beit Shemesh.
to see that you recognize this role served by our religious leaders."
--During the, Six-
ZVI TOMKIEWICZ, executive director, Mizrachi Religious Zion-
Day War he was
ists of America: "I have been in this city almost 25 years, and I always
commander of an
admired your cooperation and help to our movement . . . May
force which occu-
the Almighty grant you and your dear family many years of health;
pied Jericho. A
and may you continue your remarkable work in journalism, in service
graduate of the
to our people and our ancient homeland."
IRVING I. KATZ, exectitive secretary, Temple Beth El: "As
sity, he served
one who receives English-Jewish weeklies from-all over the country
as- youth direc-
and as one who witnessed the birth of The Jewish News and has
tor of the Thigers
watched its growth over the years, I can testify to the excellence
Park Jewish Cen-
— of your _weekly and especially its nationally declaimed editorial
ter in Chicago.
Milan will receive the Israel
RABBI H. PHILIP BERKOWITZ, Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac: Shalom Award at the Keidan Lodge
"The entire Temple Beth Jacob family joins me in extending our beat testimonial dinner-dance April 15
wishes on this occasion. I -pray that The Jewish -News will always at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Joey
continue to serve the - metropolitan Detroit Jewish community, and Adams_ will, be the guest/ star.
advance the ideals of our heritage."
For reservations, _call the Israel
Bond office, 557.-6'770. -
Friday, March 31, 1972-5
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Older Group and College Educated
More Willing to Aid Israel Settlers
NEW YORK — Only one-third make the sacrifices required in
of Israel's populace would be will- their standard of living for the
ing to sacrifice their economic ad- sake of immigrant needs while
vantages and go back to an aus those with lesser education were
terity system in the country if less willing to make these adjust-
that were needed to take care of ments. As might be expected, peo-
neirly-arrived immigrants. ple in lower income categories
This attitude was expressed in were less willing to sacrifice than
a poll conducted by Public Opinion were people with higher incomes.
Research of Israel Ltd. and re-
ported by the American Jewish
Committee in a continuation of its
surveys of Israeli attitudes.
The attitude of Israelis on their
willingness to accept austerity
conditions varied widely by age.
Only 23 per cent of the sample
queried in the 18-29 age bracket
indicated a willingness to accept
those conditions for the sake of
immigrant absorption. On the oth-
er hand, 51 per cent of those in
the 50-59 age group answered
X. Koblin Adv.
"Yes" to the query.
Persons with college education
indicated a greater willingness to
May This Passover Bring Joy, Peace
and Happiness to All Our Friends,
Customers and the World
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Glassman
the entire Staff of
Israel Denounces UN Resolution
Charging Her With War Crimes
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —
Israel has denounced ea slanderous
and invalid a resolution passed by
the Human Rights Commission
_charging Israel -with "war crimes
and an affront to humanity" in its
administration. of the Arab terri-
The resolution also demanded
that Israel restore what it called
the human, religious and property
rights of the residents of the terri-
tories, and asserted that' Israeli
settlements in or annexations of
the territories were forbidden.
Israeli Deputy Ambassador
Jacob Doren, pointing to the re-
solution which sought to link Is-
raeli practices today and Nazi
pracfices during World War II,
said: "The very proposal is an
affront to the memory of the
6,000,000 Jews who lost their
lives in the holocaust of Europe."
The Israelis singled out Egypt,
Iraq and Pakistan, declaring that
their "slandering legitimate secur-
ity-measures undertaken by other
states to prevent crimes of vio-
lenee is tantamount to unrepentent
criminals' complaining that the
measures aimed at preventing
their crimes of violence and mur-
der are too firm and too effec-
tive." The success of the resolu-
tion, Israel concluded, represents
"another' severe blow to the
Thee measure's sponsors were
Egypt, India, Lebanon, Pakistan
and Tanzania.--The- vote was 15-
4, with 11 abstentions. The op-
ponents were - the United States,
Guatemala, -the Netherlands and
Zaire (formerly the Congo). France
voted for the resolution; Britain
Omar; Mies. tale Pat
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