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June 29, 1973 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Japanese Envoys to Discuss M.E. Affairs

TOKYO (JTA) — Japan-
ese ambassadors in 15
Middle East countries will
meet here July 9-11 to re-
view recent developments in
the region centering on the
oil problem, the foreign

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ministry announced.
According to the Japan
Times, the meeting will be
the first time in three years
that the envoys will get to-
gether to discuss the situa-
tion in the states to which
they are assigned,
The countries include Is-
rael, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon,
Libya, Morocco, Syria, Su-
dan and the oil-producing
Persian Gull States.
Bearing in mind that
the Middle East situation
changes rapidly, the govern-
ment. plans to reassess its
policy toward that region,
The Times said.

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Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1973, JTA Inc.)
SPIRIT OF UNITY: The National Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council entered its 30th year of existence at
its four-clay national session in Washington.
Nothing but chaos could result from such non-coopera-
tion. Errors in strategy were often made, when each or-
ganization used its own judgement, often seeking to be
ahead of the other. This was especially felt in the early
years of the Nazi period when some Jewish organizations
conducted furious propaganda hi favor of a boycott of
German-made goods while others considered such a boy-
cott inadvisable. The intensified anti-Jewish propaganda
in this country, which received its impetus from pro-Nazi
elements, has made it even more clear that coordination
among Jewish organizations active in combatting anti-Sem-
itism must be achieved.
Pressured by the march of events, the national Jewish
organizations—like the American Jewish Committee, the
American Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith—and Jewish Community Councils in various
parts of the country, began to recognize the necessity of
the formation of a consultative, advisory and coordinat-
ing body that would cooperatively seek to agree on policies,
strategies, programs and the best means and techniques
for effective utilization of their collective resources for
common ends. In this, they were stimulated by the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Negotiations
to this effect were started, resulting in the creation of the
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council,

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visory body in which representative Jewish groups pool their
ideas, their information and their experience on community
relations work they choose and create whatever structures
plans to meet problems most effectively, avoiding conflict
among themselves and giving the Jewish community the
largest benefit of their action.
The constituent agencies of the NJCRAC are all au-
tonomous. They engage in whatever areas of community
relations work they choose and create whatever structures
and organizational arrangements they deem. desirable. But
they avoid duplication. They participate in the formulation
of the program plans prepared by the NJCRAC each year
following months of consultation with each of the con-
stituent groups. The program plans are then submitted to
plenary sessions attended by delegates from all groups com-
prising the NJCRAC. There they are reviewed and adopted
with various recommendations, additions and revisions.
The constitutent national organizations include the
American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress,
Anti-Defamation League, Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish
War Veterans, National Council of Jewish Women, Union
of American Hebrew Congregations (Reform), United Syna-
gogue of America (Conservative) and Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations. The approximately 100 local com-
munal agencies affiliated with the NJCRAC are function-
ing practically in every large and m•ddlesized Jewish com-
munity in the country.

The spark plug of the NJCRAC is its executive vice-
chairman Isaiah Minkoff, who has successfully directed the
work of the organization ever since its formation. He is
an expert on Jewish communal affairs and on Soviet-Jewish
problems. The newly elected chairman is Louis D. Cole of
Louisville, Ky. Because of its difficult-to-remember long
name, NJCRAC is not much known to the average Amer-
ican Jew. However, it carries great prestige among the
American Jewish leadership because of the spirit of unity
which it generates among the Jewish groups working in
such a sensitive field as community relations.

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operated by Congregation Beth
Abraham-Hillel of West Bloomfield

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Announcing . .

BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY ANNUAL DINNER

SEPTEMBER 20, 1973

at Congregation Shaarey Zedek

The annual dinner will mark the 18th
anniversary of Bar-Han University
which was opened in August of 1955

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

Chairman, Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University

Committee
in
formation

For information
call the
BAR-ILAN OFFICE,

398-7180

23125 Coolidge,

Oak Park

DR. LEON FILL

General Dinner Chairman

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