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December 14, 1973 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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Vanik-Mills Amendment Is Adopted
Overwhelmingly; USSR Emigration
Freedom Demanded by Congressmen

House Adopts *2.2 Billion
Israel Arms Aid Measure

Story on Page 5

Story on Page 5

Hanuka's
1973 Message . .
Its Challenges
in an Age
of Tensions

THE JEWISH NEWS

Editorial
Page 4
Commentary
Page 2

Vol. LXIV.

No. 14

Hanuka

Greetings

to Jewish

Communities

of Jewish Events

A Weekly Review

Everywhere

Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper

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$10.00 Per Year; This Issue 30c

December 14, 1973

On to Geneva . . . Compromisingly . . . 'Without Despair'

Israel Gains Stronger Posture
Bargains Territory for Peace

will be major concessions in the in-
By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
NEW YORK —A 66-year struggle terest of peace.

for peace between Arabs and Jews—
since the issuance of the Balfour
Declaration in 1917 — approaches a
talking stage between the contending
adversaries when they meet, next
Tuesday, in Geneva, for a possible
approach to peace.
Scheduled to confer with repre-
sentatives of Egypt, Syria and Jordan,
with emissaries from the United States
and the United Nations as major par-
ticipating forces, Israel goes to the
Geneva conference more ready than
ever to make concessions.
This became apparent during the
three-day visit in this country last
weekend of Israel Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan, who conceded there

Gen. Dayan made his major decla-
rations at the concluding session of
the annual conference of the United
Jewish Appeal at the New York Hil-
ton Hotel, Saturday night. But he had
already conferred, prior to his ad-
dress to a gathering of more than
3,000 UJA representatives from Jew-
ish communities throughout the coun-
try, with Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger and with Vice President
Gerald R. Ford.

He arrived in Washington Friday
morning and met with Dr. Kissinger
before the head of the U. S. State
Department was to meet with West
European leaders and for another
visit in Israel and Arab countries,
preparatory to the Geneva talks.
Then he met with Vice President
Ford, who assured him that the U. S.'
and President Nixon's friendships for
Israel have not diminished.
He was to have returned to Israel
Saturday night, immediately after the
UJA dinner meeting. But he returned

JDC and UlA Tasks Defined at Annual Meetings

Concurrently with the United Jewish Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee
and the United Israel Appeal had their annual meetings in New York last weekend.
Detailed reports on Page 56.

to Washington for another day's stay
in this country, to meet, Sunday, with
Secretary of Defense James R. Schles-
inger.
A reiterated assurance that "the
ongoing American aid for Israel" will
not be interrupted' and the cordiality
of such an extra meeting between the
defense ministers of both countries
were viewed as a good omen for Israel.
During an interview on CBS-TV
"Face the Nation," Dayan told the
American people that guarantees by
the U.S. and the USSR or by the U.S.
alone are not the ultimate answer to
peace in the Middle East.
Declaring that there are three ele-
ments in maintaining peace in the
Mideast—territories, peace agreement

Michigan Leaders
in Major National
Roles for the UJA

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Michigan Jewish leaders had impor-
tant roles in the national conference of
the United Jewish Appeal, in New York,
last weekend.
Paul Zuckerman was re-elected gen-
eral chairman of the UJA for 1974. In
his several addresses to the delegations
from hundreds of American Jewish com-
munities, Zuckerman reiterated his ap-
peals for Israel which are bringing un-
precedented responses.
Max M. Fisher was elected an hon-
orary president of the United Israel Ap-
peal at the annual UIA meeting Dec. 6
that preceded the UJA conference.
Recognition of the services rendered
by Michael A. Pelavin of Flint, as chair-
man of the UJA Young Leadership Cab-
inet was marked by an award he re-
ceived at the convention banquet Satur-
day night. Pelavin was elected a mem-
ber of the UJA national executive com-
mittee.
Pelavin and Dr. Jack Stanzler of Flint
also were elected members of the na-
tional executive council of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
In behalf of the Detroit Jewish com-
munity, Dr. Leon Fill presented a check
for an additional $1,000,000 to the United
Jewish Appeal as part of the genefous
contributions that have marked Detroit's
unprecedented response to assist the Is-
rael Emergency Fund.

—Photos on right, top to bottom,
Paul Zuckerman, Max M.
Fisher and Michael A. Pelavin.

(Continued on Page 56)

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