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March 30, 1973 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-30

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Friday, March 30, 1973 . 7 19,

Mrs-. Sa-•uel Gold Cited by ZOE THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
at Aliya Rally; Settlers Relate Israeli Soldier's Extradition
Events; 'L'Hayim Israel' May 7 Sotight in Hurok Office Arson

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U.S. Jewish Leaders Honor George Bush

ference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American Jewish Organi-
zations.
Israel's UN • ambassador,
Yosef Tekoah referred to
In recognition of her 14
Bush as "a good friend of
years of service in direct-
Israel."
ing affairs of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, the
local district of the Zionist
Organization of America,
Mrs. Samuel Gold, was hon-
ored at the public meeting
of the ZOD, March 22, at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Dr. Jack Greenberg, ZOD
president, presented Mrs.
Gold, who is retiring from
her post in September, with
a Garden of Trees and a
Golden Book certificate of
the Jewish National Fund. He
expressed the organization's
gratitude for her dedicated
labors.
The meeting featured Dr.
With every new Ford and used car over $500_
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who have settled in Israel on
Aliya.
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r, Highlighting the meeting
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that was held to emphasize
Israel Aliya Week of ZOA,
the two guests, who are re-
turning to Israel, described
their experience as new set-
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American Jewish leaders
paid tribute to George Bush,
former United States am-
bassador to the United Na-
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his honor here by the Con-

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tlers are finding a place in
the Israeli economy.
Dr. Stollman, who is an
optometrist on the staff of
Shaarey Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem, told of -the need
for American knowhow and
how Americans are finding
new roots in the new state.
Mrs. Stollman spoke as a
housewife, relating the stages
through which American
women find their proper roles
in Israel, for themselves and
their children.
The Stollmans settled in
Israel with their three chil-
dren who also have become
fully integrated in their new
environment.
Gideon, Biran, director of
the Aliya Center in Detroit,
also addressed the meeting.
Dr. Elie D. Abou•afia, ZOD
Aliya chairman, presided.
-Dr. Greenberg announced
that the "L'Hayim, Israel"
evening, being arranged by
ZOD for the -actual date of
Israel's 25th anniversary —
Monday, May 7 will be open

to the entire community for
socializing and celebrating
the event. There will be Is-
rael refreshments and enter-
tainment.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Yehos-
hua (Gerry) Zeller, -a 19-year-
old soldier in the Israeli ar-
my, was remanded in custody
for 15 days by a Tel Aviv
magistrate Tuesday on a re-
quest from U. S. authorities
for his extradition.
According to the request,
Zeller faces charges of mur-
der -and arson in connection
with the fire bombing of im-
presario Sol Hurok's office in
New York Jan. 26, 1972, in
which one person was killed.
U. S. authorities asked that
Zeller be held pending the
arrival of documents relating
to the charges against him.
Zeller arrived in Israel -alone
10 months -ago and was in the
field with an Israeli army
training unit when he was
picked up by police Tuesday
and brought directly to court.
His parents live in New Jer-
sey. He has requested a law-
yer.
The fire bombing was at-
tributed to Hurok's promin-
ence in arranging American

tours for Soviet artists. Just
before the bombing, - an anon-
ymous telephone caller in-
formed a wire news service
office that "There will be no
cultural ties over the bodies
of Russian Jews. Never
a-gain." The slogan is one
used by the Jewish Defense
League, but the JDL .claims
it had no connection with the
crime.
Police here could 'not say
whether Zeller belonged to
the JDL or whether he was
in New York at the time of
the fire -bombing.

Fischer Is Cited
for Chess Victory

. NEW YORK—Chess mas-

ter Bobby Fischer won a

Benrus Citation Award for
1972 as the first American to
win the world chess title.
Benrus awards are designed
to recognize records, firsts
or longevity of service.

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David Frost's Scissors Produced
Distorted Picture, Israelis Say

TEL AVIV—Television talk
show host David Frost had a
good time at the expense of
the Israelis, a number of
critics are charging in the
wake of a show taped here.
The program was televised
after the shooting down of
the Libyan airliner in Sinai
last month. Members of the
.studio audience charge now
that Frost edited the proceed-
ings to such an extent that
the viewer got a completely
distorted impression of rude
and boorish behavior at the

taping.

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Columnist Ephraim Kishon
wrote in the Jerusalem Post
that prior to the show, "the
old fox said: 'Hands up those
of you who agree with world
criticism of the plane's down-
ing!'—and not a single hand
was raised . . . Impression
produced: a stiff-necked na-
tion, a cocky crowd. A fine
trick that."
However, had Frost turned
to his audience and said:
"Hand's up those of you who
disapprove of the downing
of the Libyan passenger
plane!" most of the hands
present would have gone up,
Kishon said.
Other critics of Frost said
he had focused his cameras
"at every crackpot shrieking
intemperately while sober
Israelis had not been given
opportunities to express opin-
ions." Moreovers they said,
in cutting the 11/2 hours of
film by half, Frost "had de-
leted civilized reactions but
left in all the yelling."

DAVID FROST

Uri Avneri, a member of
a Knesset opposition party,
accused Frost of deliberately
trying to present Israel as
"a monolithic extreme na-
tionalist community automat-
ically approving every gov-
ernment decision." He said
his own criticism of the
shooting down of the Libyan
airliner had been edited out
of the show, although his re-
mark that the world had
overreacted had been left in.

New Leftists Hit
Penalty for Peers
JERUSALEM •JTA) —
Members of S i a h , Israel's
New Left group, demonstrat-
ed peacefully outside the
Knesset to protest the sen-
tences pronounced on five
Siah members by a Ramal-
lah military court for stag-
ing an illegal demonstration
in the West Bank village of
Akraba last year.
The 105 demonstrators were
accompanied by two MICs,
Uri Avneri and Shalom Co-
hen. They dispersed quietly
after a half hour.
The five Siah members
were originally sentenced to
fines of IL 3,000 ($750) each
or six months in jail.
The military commander of
the Nablus region subse-
quently reduced the penalty
to IL 500 ($125) or one month
in jail and gave the defend-
ants a week to raise the
money.

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