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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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Friday, January 14, 1977 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Plans Continue for Meeting With Sadat, Jewish Leaders

JERUSALEM (JTA) — mann, the Egyptian am-
The preparations for a bassador said he was "ea-
meeting between Egyp- gerly waiting" for Sadat
tian President Anwar to set the date for the
Sadat and world Jewish meeting.
leader's continue, Dr.
Goldmann said four
Nahum Goldmann, presi- Jewish leaders would at-
dent of the World Jewish tend the meeting — two
Congress, told newsmen from the United States,
Monday. one from . Britain and one
Goldmann said that from France.
Regarding reparations
Philip Klutznick, chair-
man of the WJC's board of from West Germany,
governors, met Sunday in Goldmann said he would
Washington with Egypt's mee.t Chancellor Helmut
Ambassador Ashraf Schmidt by the middle of
Ghorbal, and discussed February, to put the final
th him the pending touches on another repa-
eting.
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Peace Obstacle

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
said Monday that Israel's
elections- will not inter-
rupt its quest for peace.
If the Arab countries
are interested in a lasting
peace they will find Israel
a ready partner for
negotiations to achieve it,
Rabin told the opening of
the 17th WIZO conven-
tion.
The WIZO convention,
the first ever held in Is-
rael, is being attended by
about 1,000 members
from 36 countries. WIZO
president, Mrs. Raya
Yaglom delivered the
keynote speech.
The gathering was also
addressed briefly by
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
ShlomO Goren and Dep-
uty Mayor Yose Gadish.

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rael. Klarman said -Sadat's
Goldmann said he only reason for such an in-
JERUSALEM (JTA) — while reported a $34 mill-
would ask for $250 million vitation was Gordmann's Income figures for bOth ion rise in the sale of
to be paid to Nazi-victims views in favor of territo- the United Jewish Appeal Bonds during 1976 over
who recently came out of rial concessions.
and Israel Bonds in 1976 the previous year. The
the Soviet Union, and
Klarman demanded of have been made available 1976 figure was $311 mill-
others who were not able Goldmann that the WJC and both show increases ion.. One-quarter of the
to receive compensation honor an agreement with over 1975.
purchases were made by
So far for legal reasons.
the WZO Executive that
The UJA figure, re- non-Jews, according to
Meanwhile, at Mon- the WJC will not enact re- ported by Jewish Agency Bonds president Michael
day's weekly meeting of solutions, except in meet- Treasurer Leon DUizin at Arnon. His report was
the World Zionist Organi- ings of the WJC Execu- the Jan. 3 meeting of the -broadcast by Israel
zation Executive, Gold- tive, in which the WZO World Zionist- Organiz.a- - Radio.
mann's actions were Executive is represented. * tiorf Executive, was $276
The 1976 total brings
criticized by Joseph Klarman said that if million in cash, $4 million the Israel Bonds all-time
Klarman, representative the WJC would not honor above the previous year's figure past the $3:5 billion
of the Revisionists. the agreement, he, Klar- total. Dulzin said this was mark.
Kiarman told Goldmann man, would demand the especially pleasaing as
the planned meeting with cessation of cooperation the 1976 forecast had
Sadat humiliated the WJC, between the WZO. Execu- predicted only $260 mill-
ands was damaging to Is- tive and the WJC.
ion in cash.
by Infinity Disco
The United Israel Ap-
peal ( Keren Hayesod)
'Healthy' Middle East Policy
latest equipment
1976 total, reported by
Seen for Carter. Administration chairman Ezra Shapiro,
call Dan Sandberg
was $113 million cash, $3
TEL AVIV - (JTA) — volved, namely, not only million over 1975.
Mrs. Bernice S. Tannen- the continued existence
353-6699
Israel Bonds, mean-
baum, president of . but full recognition of Is-
Hadassah, said here that rael" by the Arab states.
"based on President-elect Mrs. Tannenbaum said
Carter's statements, his the appointment of Rep.
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'appointments and the Andrew Young (D-Ga.) as
A, got the 4401 chaagoad al ate 4401 puce

Middle East plank of the U.S. Ambassacor to •the.
Democratic Party plat- United Nations, was posi-
daeatlitla ■
kir
form, we expect a healthy tive because of his sen-
4
Mideast foreign policy." sitivity to the issue of
exonideftee
• Mrs. Tannenbaum, who human rights.
VA
came to Israel to plan
i-iadassah's first conven-
She said that Young, as
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a member of Black
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Brzezinski, National Se-
and as a co-sponsor of the
curity Adviser-designate,
Jackson-Vanik Amend-
- had summarized Carter's
ment-for freedom of emi-
position on Mideast peace
gration of Soviet Jews
with the statement that
and others, brings moral
"there can be no conces-
credibility to the UN posi-
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NCCJ Urges Social, Country
Clubi to Open Membership

NEW YORK — Regard-
ing the "recent flurry"
over Attorney General-
designate Griffin Bell's
club memberships, the
President of the National
Conference of Christians
and Jews says that the
more shameful, fact is
that "in every major city
in this country there still
are some social and coun-
try clubs which refuse to
admit blacks, Jews, na-
tive Americans, Puerto
Ricans, Mexican Ameri-
cans, Asians or women."
Dr. David Hyatt said
that although open mem-
bership in social and
country clubs has a lower
priority when juxtaposed
against the needs of
minority groups for equal

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UJA, Bonds Income Over
Projected Goals for 1976

LONDON — In pre-
senting his credentials,
Zuhir Shalt, Tunisian
ambassador to Prague,
paid tribute to the "active
support by Czechos-
lovakia of the cause of the
Palestinain people."
President Husak of
Czechoslovakia said his
country would "continue
to support the Arab.
people of Palestine, the
fight of all nations
against supression arid
against Zionist agres-
sion," according to re-
ports from the—Interna-
tional Council of Jews
" from 'Czech-oslovakia..

opportunity in jobs, hous-
ing and education, "It is
nevertheless a shameful
practice on which the
'spotlight of public opinion
must be focused until it is
finally eliminated. Such
elitist, discriminatory
practices have no place in
our American way of
-life," he declared.
He called upon all social
and country clubs to
change their past prac-
tices and open their doors
to all Americans regard-
less of race, creed or color.

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