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June 18, 1976 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shayes Honored at JNF Dinner

More than 500 persons
honored Max and Dorothy
Shaye Wednesday evening
at the 75th anniversary tes-
timonial dinner of the Jew-
ish National Fund.
The guests at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek helped es-

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tablish the Max and Doro-
thy Shaye Forest in the
American Bicentennial Na-
tional Park near Jerusalem.
Participants in the pro-
gram included dinner chair-
man Wilfred B. Doner, Can-
tors Jacob Barkin of
Shaarey Zedek and Sholom
Kalib of Cong. Beth Moses,
Rabbi Leon Fram of Tem-
ple Israel, Cantor Emeritus
Jacob Sonnenklar of
• Shaarey Zedek, Mark E.
Schlussel, president of Jew-
ish National Fund in De-
troit and Mrs. Frieda Stoll-
man, vice president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Shaarey Zedek presented
the Shayes with an en-
graved menora on behalf
of JNF as "a token of Met-
ropolitan Detroit Jewry's
high regard for their dis-
tinguished service to Is-
rael, and to the institu-
tions and causes of the
Jewish community."
Guest speaker was Philip
G. Givens, member of the
Canadian Parliament, for-
mer mayor of Toronto and
active in many Canadian
Jewish organizations. Giv-
ens scored Spiro Agnew's
recent attacks on Jews by
stating that there is no such
thing as dual allegiance.
"We do not go to our govern,
ments as Jews seeking spe-
cial interests," he said, "but
as citizens with interests
commensurate with our
backgrounds," just like any
other citizen group.
Givens reviewed Israel's
situation in the United Na-
tions, the West Bank, mili-
tarily and economically. He
said the country is impregn-
able militarily and unstable
politically "as in any democ-



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Katzir Visits Britain

LONDON (JTA) — Prime
Minister James Callaghan
greeted President Ephraim
Katzir Monday and ex-
pressed warm friendship
and admiration for the state
of Israel and the hope that it
would soon attain peace and
security. Callaghan was
host at a luncheon for the
Israeli President and Mrs.
Katzir at 10 Downing St.
Speaking on a political
level, Callaghan voiced Bri-
tish support for American
peace-seeking efforts in the
Middle East and reaffirmed
his government's readiness
to assist in such efforts if
the parties agreed. Mon-
day's meeting with Cal-
laghan was the second ma-
jor event of President
Katzir's week-long private
visit to Britain. He and Mrs.
Katzir lunched with Queen
Elizabeth II and the Duke of
Edinburgh at Windsor Cas-
tle.
Others who attended
reported that the Queen
showed herself to be well-
informed and deeply inter-
ested in Israel. They said a
lively and friendly conver-
sation was conducted be-
tween the two heads of
state which included dis-
cussion of the kibbutz
movement and the consti-
tutional similarities be-
tween the British Monar-
chy and the office of
,President in Israel.
Tomorrow, President
Katzir will be one of four Is-
raeli scientists to partici-
pate in a symposium of the
Royal Society marking the
70th birthday of British
Nobel Laureate Sir Ernest
Chain.

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racy. Decisions in Israel are
still made on the basis of
ballots, not bullets," he said.
He told the audience that
Zionism and the support of
Israel has made the lives of
Jews better throughout the

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
1,000-acre "American Bicen-
tennial- Park" will be inau-
gurated at ground-breaking
ceremonies in the Jerusalem
hills on July 4, the 200th An-
niversary of American inde-
pendence.

The project, undertaken
by the Jewish National
Fund to be a "living testa-
ment to the esteem in which
Israel holds the United
States," was conceived by
JNF leaders in the U.S. It
will be up to them to raise
the $6 million needed to
complete it.
Bulldozers have already
cleared a patch of land in
the center of the park area
where the ceremony will be
held.
It will be highlighted by
the planting of the first
three trees — one by Presi-
dent Ephraim Katzir, one
by a special emissary of
President Ford and another
by a youngster to be se-
lected from the nearby vil-
lage of Nes Harim.

June 18, 1976 23

Almogi Reports Yordim Returning

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Yosef

Almogi, chairman of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Execu-
tives, reported more than
800 persons representing
some 90 families who left Is-
rael have returned during
the first five months of this
year.•
He said that 150 Jews of
Moroccan origin were
among the returnees. The
majority were from France,
however, and others re-
turned from the United
States and Canada.
Almogi made the report
to a delegation of Sephardic
Jewish leaders from abroad

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