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June 01, 1973 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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NEWS

Named Israel Bond
Campaign Heads

LEONARD GOLDFINE

RABBI LEON KRONISH

Leonard Goldfine, Philadel-
phia communal leader, who
is national chairman of trus-
tees for Israel Bonds, and
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Mia-
mi Beach, who is chairman
of the national rabbinic cab-
inet of the Israel Bond pro-
gram, have been named na-
tional campaign co-chairmen,
it was announced by Sam
Rothberg, general chairman
of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.

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Senator Tunney to Address JSIF !Dinner
June 20; Event Honors Dr., Mrs. Hauser

Senator John V. Tunney
(D., Calif.) will be the guest
speaker at the annual dinner
of the Jewish National Fund,
June 20 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Sen. Tunney's acceptance
of the invitation was an-
nounced this week by Alfred
Deutsch, chairman of this
year's dinner.
The event will honor Dr.
and Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser,
long-time leaders in many
Detroit communal efforts.
Sen. Tunney is among the
most ardent supporters of ef-
forts to assure Israel's secur-
ity. He supports legislation
that backs the Jewish state.
He has taken a strong stand
in support of the Jackson
Amendment on the question
of favored-nation legislation
for Russia and he has spok-
en frequently against the
propagandistic attacks on Is-
rael by anti-Zionist elements.
Since taking his seat in the
Senate in January, 1971,
Tunney has been active in a
wide range of environmental
legislation. He was one of
the principal authors of the
Water Quality Control Act,
which mandates that all wa-
terways be clean enough for
swimming in by 1981.
Totally, Sen. Tunney had
six bills signed into law dur-
ing the 92nd Congress. One
provides disaster funds to
rebuild or repair non-profit
hospitals. Another made the
newly enfranchised 18-to-21
year old voter eligible for
federal jury duty. Another
of his bills launched the na-
tion's first assault against
sickle cell anemia. He also
has won adoption of dozens
of vital amendments affect-
ing unemployment compensa-
tion, increased Social Secur-
ity benefits for the elderly,
consumer protection, health
care and law enforcement.
Sen. Tunney also is the au-
thor of major legislation for
the 1973 Congress: He has
proposed an Apollo - Type
"crash program" to develop

Israel Investment Fund Is Set Up

TEL AVIV — The cabinet in Israel. Shares will be sold
has set up a $100,000,000 in- in the U.S.
vestment and loan fund to
Don't be careless—careless-
create employment in aca-
within three years an effi- to the internal combustion demic and professional fields ness adds to the cares of life.
cient, smog-free alternative engine to get once and for all
at the heart of the air pollu-
tion problem.
SPECIALIST
IN
Sen. Tunney, after six
VOLKSWAGEN
years in the House of Rep-
AND
resentatives, was elected to
PORSCHE CARS
the Senate in 1970 by the
largest margin ever given a
Democratic candidate in Cal-
CALL
ifornia this century-619,000
548-3926
votes. He serves on the Sen-
ate's judiciary, commerce
548-4160
and District of Columbia
541-9704
committees.
W. 9 Mi e Rd.
Between Live nois
FERNDALE,
The JNF Council an-
& Pinehurst
Alfons G. Rehme
MICH.
nounced that admission to
the annual dinner will be the
price of 40 trees per couple
SEN. JOHN V. TUNNEY
—$100.

Al's

Ear-Ilan Chancellor Lookstein
Praises Stollman's Selection
to Receive Honorary Doctorate

Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein,
chancellor of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, paid high honor this
week to Phillip Stollman, for
many years the outstanding
Detroit religious Zionist lead-
er, in his announcement that
Stollman has been selected
for an Honorary Doctorate.
In his message informing
Stollman of the award, Dr.
Lookstein wrote:
"I write to you in an ex-
tremely happy and gladsome
mood. As chancellor of the
university, and on behalf of
all of its authorities, I am
.sappy to inform you that you
have been selected to be the
recipient of an Honorary
Doctorate at the forthcoming
Graduation Exercises on
June 25 on the Bar-Ilan
campus.
"If there is any person
whose devotion, self-sacrifice,
personal service, and total
commitment to the Univer-
sity can be singled out, it is
you my dear friend who

Huber Wants `Co-op'
of Oil Importers

WASHINGTON — To give
the United States and oil-
deficient nations more lever-
age in dealing with the Arab
states, Congressman Bab Hu-
ber (18th Dist.) announced
he is supporting legislation
to create an international
body of oil-importing coun-
tries.
He said it would be "a
logical first step in solving
our long-term energy crisis,"
as well as a force to minim-
ize "economic and political
pressures already being
brought to bear on some
countries by these oil-pro-
ducing lands."
The Huber resolution urges
oil-importing countries "to
establish common practices
and policies affecting oil
pricing, importation and con-
sumption" to serve as a
counterpart to these oil-ex-
porting nations which have
concentrated their power in
the Organization of Petro-
leum Exporting Countries.

would head the list.
"For 17 years you have
given Bar-Ilan of your sub-
stance, of your labor, and of
your leadership. Bar-Ilan,
therefore, is proud to be able
to confer upon you its high-
est honor. With that honor, I
feel, we are also paying trib-
ute to Max and to Frieda,
and to the entire Stollman
family. All of you deserve the
best at the hands of our Uni-
versity.
"I look forward to the hap-
py day when we will make
you an Honorary Alumnus
of the university that you
helped to found and that you
labored to maintain."
The presentation to Stoll-
man will be in Ramat Gan,
Israel, where Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity is located.
Stollman, accompanied by
his brother and sister-in-law,
Max and Frieda Stollman,
will leave for Israel June 14
to participate in the Bar-Ilan
graduation exercises.

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