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September 21, 1973 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-21

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New Israeli Stamps Mark Denmark
Resistance, Technion Jubilee Year

On Oct. 24, according to
the Israeli Philatelic Agency
in America, Israel will issue
singles for the "Technion
Jubilee Year" (the academic
year 1973-74, 50 years since
classes began at the Israel
Institute of Technology) and
the 30th anniversary of the
Danish national effort that
resulted in the rescue of that
nation's Jewish population,
plus two more in the land-
scapes of Israel fifth defini-
tive series, for Tel Dan and
the Plain of Zebulun.

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The Technion is the oldest
institution of higher learning
in Israel, its necessity de-
scribed even in the writing
of Herzl, its funding as a
joint effort of a Russian tea
merchant, K. Wissotsky, and
New York banker Jacob
Schiff. Land was acquired in
an undeveloped part of
Haifa, during the ascendency
of the Ottoman Empire, and
Hebrew chosen as the teach-
ing language. The stamp's
design, of a stylized torch of
learning and a gear wheel, is
by D. Pessach and S. Ketter;
and the IL 1.25 value was
printed by Government Print-
ers in photogravure.

One of World War II's
most amazing stories — and
one of its few happy endings
—is the determination of
Danes of all stations, in the
resistance, and out, that the
country's Jewish population
and some 1,500 Jewish refu-
gees would be removed to
the sanctuary offered by
neighbor, and neutral, Swe-

den. Mass arrests by the
Germans on the night of
Sept. 30 to Oct. 1, 1943
(ironically Rosh Hashana
that year) failed because of
prior warning; and the fol-
lowing weeks saw a massive
effort, including assembling
of fishing vessels to cross
the straits to Sweden, and
the suspension of high school
and university classes so that
students could participate in
the effort. A. Berg's design
of the IL 5.00 value stresses
the image of the rescue boat.
Photogravure is by Govern-
ment Printers.
An 0.20 value showing Tel
Dan, a nature reserve char-
acterized by sub-t r o p i c al
lushness, and an 0.65 show-
ing the palm-studded Plain
of Zebulun, near Akko, con-
tinue the fifth definitive
series, Landscapes of Israel.
This fifth part of the series
—the 15th and 16th stamps—
,again is the work of design-
ers G. Rothschild and Z.
Lippman, government-photo-
gravure.

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Relatives Are
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After 40 Years

NEW YORK—A separation
of more than 40 years ended
here when Srul Zeltzer, from
Czernovitz in the Soviet Un-
ion, was reunited with his
aunt, Mrs. Helen Prince, of
Brooklyn, it was reported by
United Hias Service.
Zeltzer, a 58-year-old pho-
tographer; his wife, Etel, 57,
and their son, Joseph, a 29-
year old physician, arrived
at Kennedy International Air-
port on a Pan Am flight
from Rome. They entered
under the U. S. attorney gen-
eral's parole authority. Unit-
ed Hias Service assisted
them with documentation,
transportation and all essen-
tial details.
"I have been waiting many
years for this joyous day to
come," Mrs. Prince exclaim-
ed. "Srul's mother was my
sister. She passed away and
I have often dreamed of the
time when I could at last set
eyes upon Srul and his fam-
ily and now, with the help of
Hias, my dreams have be-
come reality."
The new arrivals will be
aided in their resettlement
by the New York Association
for New Americans, the lo-
cal cooperating agency of
United Hias Service. Dr. Jo-
seph Zeltzer, a nose and
throat specialist, hopes to
continue his medical practice
here.
United Hias Service is a
beneficiary of the United
Jewish Appeal and of the
Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds.

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Israel to Make More `Aravas'

JERUSALEM ( J T A) —
Israel will manufacture an
additional series of the local
short-take-off-and-landing air-
craft "Arava," it was decid-
ed by the ministerial econ-
omic committee, headed by
Finance Minister P i n h as
Sapir,
The decision followed a re-
commendation by Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan. The
committee a Is o decided to
continue manufacturing the
"Westwing" plane.
The decision followed re-
cent expressions of doubt as
to financing and the feasi-
bility of manufacturing of
such planes due to drops in
sales abroad.
But recently agreements
with Latin American coun-

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Friday, Sept. 21, '1973 -43

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Soviets End Jamming of VOA,
Continue to Block Radio Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Soviet government has
ceased jamming the broad-
casts to the Soviet Union of
the Voice of America, the
British Broadcasting Corp.
and the West German Radio
(Deutschwelle) but is con-
tinuing to drown the pro-
grams from Radio Israel,
Radio Free Europe and
Radio Liberty, the State De-
partment said.
The jamming which was
ended Sept. 10 had been in
effect with one exception
since June 21, 1968, when
Soviet military forces enter-
ed Czechoslovakia. The ex-
ception was the VOA's
broadcast of Soviet Commu-
nist Party Secretary Leonid
1. Brezhnev's speech while
he was visiting the United
States last June.
Observers here felt the
cessation of jamming was a

sop to mollify Senate For-
eign Relations Committee
members who had criticized
the Soviet internal system
during their questioning of
Secretary of State-designate
Dr. Henry A. Kissinger. Use
of RFE and Radio Liberty
was defended by Dr. Kissin-
ger in his testimony, but he
said that U.S. foreign trade
should not be tied to "trans-
forming" the Soviet Union's
domestic policy.

It is in the nature of man
to strive to gain money and
to increase it; and his great
desire to add to his wealth
and honor is the chief source
of misery for man.
—Maimonides

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splendor, but tranquility and
occupation, which give hap-
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