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March 05, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-05

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Southfield Council
Plans Activities

Schorr Not Only Noted Alumnus of JTA News Agency

BY JOHN KAYSTON,

JTA General Manager

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Daniel L. Schorr, the CBS
newsman who is making
headlines in connection with
the leaking of the House
Intelligence Committee Re-
port, wrote headlines and
news stories for the JTA
Daily News Bulletin back in
the 1930s.
I met Danny on April 17,
1936 when I started to work
for JTA. He was assistant
editor and worked under Hy
Wishengrad, then editor of
JTA. We became quite
friendly. This young man

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from the Bronx, 19 years
old, who went to City Col-
lege at night, was of tre-
mendous help to me learn-
ing the English language
and getting acclimatized to
my new surroundings, hav-
ing arrived only several
months earlier as a refugee
from Hitler's Germany.

I vividly recall several
mass meetings we covered
together of the German
American Bund under
Fritz Kuhn in Yorkville,
the German section of New
York. And the one occa-
sion when we were thrown
out of the meeting hall by

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Kuhn's stormtroopers
when we tried to interview
him.
On another occasion, in
November 1938, we went to
the Washington Heights
section of New York where
most of the Jewish refugees
from Germany lived, to in-
terview some of them in
connection with Hitler's
"Crystal Night" when all
synagogues in Germany
were burnt down and most
Jews thrown into concentra-
tion camps.
We found most of the ref-
ugees in Western Union of-
fices sending cables to Ger-
many inquiring about the
fate of their relatives and
making efforts to get them
out.
Schorr is not the only
well-known JTA alumni.
There is Theodore White,
well-known author of the
series of books on "The Mak-
ing of the President," who
Was a correspondent in Eu-
rope in the early 1940s for
the Overseas News Agency,
JTA's outlet to the general
press.
Meyer Levin, as war
correspondent for ONA,
captured a German gen-

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Brandt, head of the German
Social Democratic Party
and former Chancellor,
worked for ONA in the early
40s as correspondent in the
Scandinavian countries.
More recently, Milton
Friedman, senior speech
writer for President Ford
who several weeks ago was
promoted by the President
to be a special assistant,
served as Washington corre-
spondent for the JTA from
1949 to 1970.

DANIEL SCHORR

eral in 1945. The general,
who was Hitler's personal
battlefront artist, actually
surrendered to Levin and
turned over to him some 20
drawings of the battlefront
which we released to the
American press.
David Schoenbrunn, well-
known newscaster and lec-
turer, was our Paris corre-
spondent after the libera-
tion of France. Elie Abel,
now dean of the Columbia
University School of Jour-
nalism, worked in the New
York office as assistant edi-
tor. And, of course, Willy

Plan to Guarantee Loans
for Party Debts Is Dropped

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D R IT JEWISH NEWS

(Copyright, 1976, JTA, Inc.)

JERUSALEM — Finance
Minister Yehoshua Rabi-
nowitz has now abandoned
— under public pressure —
an earlier plan to offer state
guarantees for bank loans to
consolidate party debts. As
a result, the big parties in
Israel are facing severe fi-
nancial problems.
The state guarantee plan
was first proposed by Dr.
Yohanan Bader (Herut) and
Dr. Israel Kargman (Labor),
two veteran Knesseters,
both members of the Knes-
set Finance Committee. The
plan, however, was leaked to
the press and immediately
triggered sharp public criti-
cism.
The press claimed that
the politicians intended to
use public money for their
sectional purposes. Several
of the smaller parties, led
by Shmuel Tamir's Free
Center (a faction within the
Likud) launched a campaign
against the guarantees plan.
The Yaad party presented a
Knesset motion to defeat
the plan, but it was voted
down by a majority of La-
bor, Herut and the NRP —
the three parties which
most needed the money.

ties' response was ingen-
ious: the Knesset Finance
Committee — comprising
mainly members of the big
parties — decided to link
the Treasury grants to the
cost of living index, ensur-
ing the steady growth of the
grants.
But while the 1973 law as-
sures the day-to-day func-
tioning of the parties, it
does not cover their accumu-
lated debts. The parties
have traditionally financed
their activity by various
means, such as secret con-
tribution, maintaining com-
mercial enterprises, pur-
chasing and holding real
estate, and obtaining finan-
cial support from several
businessmen (whole eco-
nomic success often depends
on decisions made by politi-
cians in the Cabinet and in
the Knesset).
Public attention has been
focussed of late on some of
these ways by which politics
are financed. The disclo-
sures, in fact, fueled the
criticism which finished the
state guarantees plan.

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Kissinger Post?

Daniel P. Moynihan says
The withdrawal of the he may become U.S. Secre-
state guarantees scheme tary of State if Sen. Henry
does not mean that the pol- Jackson is elected president.
itical parties are without Moynihan told a Yale Uni-
state aid in their finances. versity audience Monday
Back in 1973, the Knesset that Jackson is the best can-
enacted a law granting the didate.
parties direct governmen-
Jackson won the MasSa-
tal grants in proportion to chusetts primary Tuesday,
the number of their seats despite Gov. George Wallace
in the Knesset.
of Alabama winning in the
Since then, the Knesset Boston area.
Finance Committee had
Moynihan, who resigned
twice increased the sums last month as U.S. ambassa-
awarded, an act which dor to the United Nations,
raised bitter public criti- said he supports Jackson be-
cism, but which was pressed cause of the Senator's
through nonetheless. Faced stance for undiminished
with the criticism, the par- U.S. power. "

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"Bar Mitzva burglar," sus-
pected of robbing several
Chicago-area homes while
the families were out cele-
brating Bnai Mitzvas, was
recently arrested.
Robert Green, 29, of Des
Plaines, was arrested when
he allegedly broke into a
home and was met by police
waiting inside.
A police detective said
Green apparently read Bar
Mitzva announcements to
learn when the families
would be out celebrating.
All the burglaries occurred
on Friday nights.

Moynihan Seeking

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Prudential Town Center on
Northwestern Highway and
Civic Center Drive.
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group to expand its activi-
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clude: an auction, spring
festival, historical village,
night at the symphony
March 20, yearbook, tropi-
cal garden events and art ex-
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