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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-01

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16 Friday, August 1, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Strong Israel Vital, Senate Told

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
An economically strong and
militarily secure Israel,
with recognized and defen-
sible borders, provides the
best hope for Middle East
peace and stability, Rabbi
Israel Miller, chairman of
the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, told a
Senate subcommittee last
week.
Speaking before the For-
eign Relations subcommit-
tee on near Eastern and
South Asian affairs, Rabbi
Miller said that the "pre-
vention of Soviet domina-
tion over the Middle East is

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a mutual strategic goal of
America and Israel."
He added that "an Israel
stripped of geographic as-
sets vital for its defense, an
Israel deprived of the means
of defending itself, and Is-
rael economically weak-
ened, would entail great
risks for the United States."

Others who appeared
before the subcommittee
which is conducting a
hearing on the "Arab-Is-
rael Dispute — Priorities
for Peace," included Ar-
thur J. Goldberg, former
U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations, and
Philip Klutznick of Chi-
cago, a world Jewish

Cleveland Seeks
Increased Olim

CLEVELAND,
Ohio
(JTA) — Projection of a
more aggressive stance by
the community in support
of aliya and, ultimately, to
increase the number of
Cleveland-area residents
making aliya is the task
undertaken by the newly-
created Regional Aliya
Council here.
Meeting recently at an
all-day conference, 100 lead-
ers of the Cleveland Jewish
community aired their
views on the problems fac-
ing the aliya movement and
how these problems could
be overcome through com-
munity support and involve-
ment.
Participants represented
a broad cross section of the
Cleveland Jewish commu-
nity including rabbis, Fed-
eration executives, business-
men, students, teachers and
other communal leaders.
A conceptual outgrowth
of the National Aliya Plan-
ning Conference held last
March, Cleveland is the
third regional unit to be es-
tablished. Councils were
formed in Detroit and
Miami last month.

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. George McGovern A House-Senate conference
(D-SD), chairman of the committee has extended
subcommittee, said at the arms sales and credits to
outset that the Administra- Israel, due to expire Dec. 31,
tion's reassessment of until June 30, 1977. The
American policy in the Mi- 18-month extension was
deast "cannot be made by contained in a $31.2 billion
the executive branch alone.
It is vital that the Congress
accept its responsibilities in 3rd Kosher Meals
the determination of Ameri- Plan for L.A. Aged
can policy."
"McGovern also stressed
LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
that the relationship be- A third Kosher-Meals-for-
tween Israel, the Palestini- the-Elderly project in the
ans and the Arab States "is Los Angeles area has been
the most strategic" of the opened in the Hollywood-
problems in the Mideast, Los Feliz Jewish Commu-
"for unless the Arab-Israeli nity Center with 50 partici-
conflict is resolved, there is pants benefitting from the
little lilelihood that an- nominally-priced lunches
yother problems of the area and social contacts, accord-
will be." ing to Jewish Federation-
Rabbi Miller said that Council officials.
movement toward peace in
The program operates on
the Mideast requires Mondays and Wednesdays.
"normalization" of relations A trained corps of volun-
between Israel and the Arab teers help to organize pre-
states which includes diplo- lunch activities. The project
matic, economic and cul- is funded by the JF-C Jew-
tural relations along with ish Community Foundation
secure and mutually-agreed and implemented by the
on borders. Jewish Centers Association.

Golda Is Suing AJCommittee

(Continued from Page 1)
In her suit, Mrs. Meir
noted that she protested to
Commentary in February
that there was "not even
one grain of truth in this
story." In Jerusalem, a
spokesman for Mrs. Meir
said that "Mrs. Meir
wants to stress she has no
intention of making money
for herself out of this
suit." The spokesman said
Mrs. Meir would turn over
any money she received to
a fund for the settlement of
Soviet Jews in Israel.

Named as defendants in
the suit are Navrozov, the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, and Norman Podhoretz,
editor of Commentary. Pod-
horetz is on vacation and
could not be reached for
comment.

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history. "What would hap-
pen in 10 years time when a
student will stumble over
this horrible charge and will
find no denial?" Mrs. Meir
asked.

"In any case, the whole
story is idiotic," Mrs.
Meir declared. She noted
that the time referred to
was 1948, "not now when
Russian Jews openly
speak of their desire to go
to Israel. But then, did we
have direct contact with
Jews? Did the police ena-
ble Jews to approach us?
Didn't we know that we
were listened to? We
scarcely spoke there. We
always jotted notes. And
here comes this writer and
writes of handing over a
list to Stalin."

Mrs. Meir asserted she
never met Stalin personally
although she was once near
him during a celebration
marking the Russian revolu-
tion when the diplomats'
area was near Stalin's plat-
form.

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House-Senate OKs Extension
of Weapons Sales to Israel

NORMAN PODHORETZ

In an interview in Israel
with the newspaper Yediot
Achronot, ,Mrs. Meir said
she had no wish to enter in
a dispute with the AJCom-
mittee since "I do appre-
ciate" the organization. She
said she only agreed to file
the libel suit when Com-
mentary refused to apolog-
ize for Navrozov's allega-
tion.

She said she was also
worried that the article
would be accepted later as

Asked about the so-called
Israeli-Russian honeymoon
during her period as Israel's
Ambassador to Moscow,
Mrs. Meir said: "All I can re-
call is that the Jewish wife
of Foreign Minister Molotov
told me in juicy Lithuanian
Yiddish that she prayed for
Israel and if it will be good
for Israel it will be good for
all Jews in the world.

"That was that. No more
meetings with her," Mrs.
Meir said that only later did
she learn that Mrs. Molotov
was exiled from Moscow.

Worthy Purpose

Many persons have a
wrong idea about what con-
stitutes true happiness. It is
not attained through self-
gratification, but through
fidelity to a worthy purpose.
—Helen Keller,

.

bill authorizing arms pur-
chase by the Department of
Defense.
The bill must now be ap-
proved by Congress and sent
to President Ford for his
signature.
The House-Senate confer-
ence committee had been
appointed to work out the
differences between the two
bodies in the bill, including
the arms sale to Israel.
Senate had approved an ers
tension of arms sales to Is-
rael while the House had
not.
The Senate approval was
over the objections of Sen.
John Stennis (D-Miss.),
chairman of the Senate
Armed Services Committee,
who said that the Israeli
sale was outside the jurisd-
iction of his committee.

The conference commit-
tee report today listed the
House members as regis-
tering "serious reserva-
tions" about the extension
to Israel because they be-
lieved the proposal should
not have been in the weap-
ons bill and should be con-
sidered by the committees
dealing with foreign af-
fairs.

But Senate members
argued that failure to ap-
prove the extension "might
be construed as unwilling-
ness of the Congress to
maintain the status quo in
the Middle East."

HUC-JIR Names
Executive VP

CINCINNATI — For the
first time in its 100-year his-
tory, the Hebrew Union Col-
lege — Jewish Institute of
Religion has established the
post of executive vice presi-
dent naming Rabbi Uri D.
Herscher as the overall ad-
ministrator and coordinator
of the institution's activities
at its four campuses in Cin-
cinnati, New York, Los An-
geles and Jerusalem.
Rabbi Herscher will be re-
sponsible for the coordina-
tion of the administrative
processes of the HUC-JIR.
He also will represent the
HUC-JIR in dealing with
the sister institutions of
Reform Judaism, the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and the Central
Conference of American
Rabbis and other Jewish
organizations and educa-
tional bodies.

Israeli-Made Hats
Found in Beirut

JERUSALEM — It was
reported here that the Bei-
rut newspaper Al-Yom
wrote that Israeli-made
hats with a Tel Aviv manu-
facturer's label have been
found in Beirut shops and
markets.
The newspaper said "one
of our readers brought one
of the hats to our offices and
laid it into our arms, which
are already burdened by
carrying machineguns and
cannons so that some of us
(Arabs) can kill each other,
while the enemy swamps
our markets with such at-
tire . . ."

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