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November 22, 1974 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

Israel Tree Planting, Council .

Salutation Honor Deutches

A proclamation from the
Detroit Common Council hon-
oring Paul and Joseph De-
utch on the 50th anniversary
of their store—Paul's Drugs
—and an initial gift to com-
mence the planting of a De-
utch forest on Jewish Nation-
al Fund land in Israel
marked the honors accorded
the two brothers at a dinner
commemorating their busi-
ness anniversary, at Raleigh
House, Sunday.
Councilman Jack Kelley
brought the resolution, signed
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presentation to the honorees.
Joseph. Frenkel announced
that he was planting the first
500 trees in the proposed
JNF Forest in Israel. Max
Sosin, master of ceremonies
during an entertainment pro-
gram at the dinner, express-
ed the hope that a 10,000-tree
Deutch Forest in Israel
would soon be a reality.
Joseph and Paul Deutch
expressed their gratitude to
the 200 at the dinner, who
included their 32 employes
and community leaders for
the honors accorded on the
anniversary.
The invocation at the din-
ner, commending the cele-
brants , for their labors in this
community, was_ given by
Goldie Adler. Hy Herman
and a group of musicians
provided the music during
the entertainment progiam.

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Sapir Says Israel Will Exchange
Arab Territories for Real Peace

Before a capacity audience'- sponsored by the Michigan
in the social hall of Cong. Aliya Center and the Zionist
Beth Achim' Monday evening, Organizations of Detroit.
He answered questions
Pinhas Sapir, chairman of
the executives of the Jewish posed by four Detroiters:
Agency and the World Zion- Lewis Grossman, president
ist Organization said the Is- of the- Jewish Community
raeli government and the Is- Coined; Philip Slomovitz,
raeli people are prepared to editor and publisher of The
give uf• some territory . on Jewish News; Daniel Drach-
the - West Bank and in the ler, of Habomim; and Rabbi
Sinai in order to achieve Milton Arm of Beth Achim,
peace. He said it would be and answered questions from
far easier to give up those the audience.
Sapir said aliya is Israel's
lands to achieve peace, than
for Israel to absorb the 1,-- highest priority. "To avoid
000,000 Arabs that live there. another war, to prevent
"We would rather absorb another war, we have to
Jews than Arabs," •Sapir have more people," he said",
said. "But we will give up and added that Israel should
these lands only under one double its population to 6,-
000,000 in the next 25 years.
condition: peace."
"We can absorb an un-
Speaking in Detroit to pro-
mote aliya to Israel, Sapir limited number of Jews . . .
admonished the crowd after with problems, with trouble,
answering several audience but we can do - it. And we
.cpfestions about Israel's prob- must do it to ensure the
lems. After explaining that existence of our independent
"peace would solve most of Jeivish state."
Questions - from the audi-
Israel's troubles," Sapir said,
"Israel is not corrupt or mili- ence covered the reasons
taristic. Don't - look for ex some people who made aliya
cuses- not to come to Israel. were leaving Israel (Saw
We are a democratic country said in the 26 years of Is-
.-. people can say and print rael's statehood, 1,900,000
Jews have emigrated to Is-
what they want."
Sapir was _tired and showed rael, while 200,000 have left
signs of illness from a month- the country), Russian - objec-
long tour of the - United tives in the Mideast, Israel's
.States. His Detroit visit was problems • .with bureaucracy

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DETROIT SYMPHONY-
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MENTARY SCHOOL PTA open its fifth concert season
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Committee reports will be
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Gershwin's "OH, KAY!"
will be staged at Wayne State-.
University's Bonstelle Thea-
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ginning 8:30 p.m. tonight.
Devorah Elizikovic, a junior
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and alledged economic and
political corruption.
In response to a question
concerning the current UN
debate on the Palestine ques-
tion and international recog-
nition of the PLO, Sapir
strongly stated that Israel
would not give up her Arab
territories to the PLO._
"I did not say we would
deal with the PLO. We are
willing to make concessions,"
he said, _ "but not with the
PLO."
He added, "Eventually we
will not have to spend 75 per
cent of our gross national
product on defense, which we
are forced to do today. Peace
is the answer to most- of our
problems."
The meeting was chaired
by Mrs. Betty Bienstock of
ZOD, and opened with a
tribute to David Ben-Gurion,
read by Henry Faigin of the
Labor Zionist Alliance.

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