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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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Friday, April 22, 1977 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign Reaches $14 Million

(Continued from Page 1)
p.m. reception at the Jew-
ish Community Center. Dr.
William Korey, director of-
the Bnai Brith International
Council, will speak.
At last Sunday's meeting,
Honigman acknowledged
the division chairmen for
their Campaign work.
Honigman noted that the
nine divisions. had already
held 400 different Cam-
paign-related meetings or
activities. The chairmen
are David Frank and Rich-
ard A. Kahn of the Mercan-
tile Division; Stanley D.
Frankel of Se:rvices-Arts
And Crafts; Joseph H. Or-
ley, Industrial and Automo-
tive; Milford Nemer and
Charles Snider, Real Estate
and Building Trades;
Thomas I. Klein, Food; Dr.
Paul C. Feinberg and Dr.
Milton H. Goldrath, Profes-
siona; Neil A. Satovsky,
Junior; Rabbi James I. Gor-
don and Isadore Shrodeck,
Metropolitan; and Dulcie
Rosenfeld, Women's.
Speaker at the meeting
was Hy Kalus, a Provi-
dence, R.I., native who
works in film and stage pro-
duction in Israel.
Campaign section chair-
men will be honored at the

Rabbi Samuel Prero
(left), former rabbi of
Young Israel of Greenfield.
who • now lives in Israel,
was guest speaker at a
luncheon meeting April 13
of the Synagogues and Reli-
gious Schools section of the
Professional Division, Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Rabbi Israel Halpern
(right), -of Beth Abraham-
Hillel, is chairman of the
section.

West Coast Nazis
Down but Not Out

40

SAN FRANCISCO—A
taped hate message is the
only public reminder of San
Francisco's small cell of
Nazi activists, since their
Rudolph Hess bookstore
was smashed and set
ablaze April 1 by angry
Newish neighbors.
The store is now boarded
up, but Allen Vincent, head .
of the National Socialist
White Workers Party, has
• filed a complaint with the
U.S. Attorney's office.
Although charges against
a father and son arrested
during the • attack were
dropped by District At-
torney Joseph Freitas, Vin-
cent alleges that Morris
Weiss, 53, and his son,
Allan, 24, committed felon,
ies during the incident. He
said damage to the store
was $10,000.
Landlord Nathan Green,
a Polish Jew who escaped
from Auschwitz, said - he
rented the store without
knowing —who his new ten-
ants were. He is now at
, ,teirnptii* to. evict,

-

The Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
report meeting last Sunday brought together present and
former division - chairmen for family portraits. Shown are
former division chairmen, from left, front row,. Matilda
Brandwine, Women's; Daniel M. Honigman, Junior and In-
dustrial and Automotive (and current general chairman);
Frieda Stoilman and Ruth Broder, Women's; Al Sklar,
Mercantile; Abraham Satovsky, Professional; - second row,
John Nemon, Metropolitan; Dr. Leon Fill,_former general
chairman; Milton Barnett, Real Estate; Norman Wachler,
Mercantile; Arthur Howard, Real Estate; third row, Mat-
vin H. Goldman, Industrial and Automotive; Morris Fried-
man, Metropolitan; N. Brewster Broder, Real Estate;
Jack A. Robinson, Professional; Paul Broder, - Services-
Arts and -Crafts; and fourth row Richard Maddin and Mi-
chael Maddin, Junior; and Myron Milgrom, Real Estate.
Not shown is Harold Berry, Real Estate.

second report meeting on
Sunday. During the follow-_
ing 10 days Campaign work:
ers will try to secure all out-
standing pledges in a con-
certed effort prior to the
May 4 closing. Division
workers at all levels will be
involved in telethon solic-
itations April 25-28 and May
2-3.
Ira Hirschmann has been
involved in Middle East af-
fairs since World War II,
when he was appointed spe-
cial envoy to Turkey by
President Roosevelt. _ He
has made many intensive
survey trips to Israel and
the Arab states in recent
years.
-
Hirschmann founded ra-
dio station WOR in Newark,
N.,r, and station WABF in

IRA HIRSCHMANN
New York. He is a former
vice president of the Bloo-
mingdale's and Saks-Fifth
Avenue retain chains. -
The public is invited to
the report meeting.

than the killers of U.S. dip-
lomats in Khartoum and
elsewhere...besides the-
whole 'Palestininn' question
can easily be solved with
their resettlement and in-
tegration in any of the al-
ready, existing- 20 Arab
states, since their language,
religion and mores are pre-
cisely the selfsame as those
of the other Arabs in the re-
gion.
,"And billions in petro-dol-
lars extracted from . the
West can easily cover all ex-
penses involved.
-"Let the Israelis have
just one, small, tiny coun-
try of their own while the
Arabs already have 20
times as many."

Allon Forsees Reconvening
of Geneva Peace Conference

Guiringaud, who agreed
with Allon's assessment
that foreign intervention in
Africa, such as the use of
Cuban troops by Angola, en-
dangered the peace of the
continent and the world at
large.
The two ministers also
discussed the situation in
southern Lebanon. Allon
stressed that Israel had no
Allon stopped off in Paris territorial ambitions in that
on his way home after at- are but would protect its
tending a conference of So- security if threatened.
The French and Israeli
cialist party leaders in Am-
sterdam over the weekend. Foreign Ministers have met
He met with French For- several times in the last
, 1 . . . „
,eign Minister,„ 114 o,u,i§ de , ,few, weeks ;

PARIS (JTA)—Israeli
Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon said here that • the
Geneva Middle East peace
conference might recon-
vene this year, if only
briefly and said he was
"confident such a confer-
ence can make fresh prog-
ress toward peace in the
area."

government indicated that
it wanted to re-establish dip-
lomatic ties with Mexico
and enter into relations
with Israel. The Mexican
ties were announced earlier
this month, but no moves
have been made toward Is-
rael.

ing quietly in Lisbon since
the Salazar regime, but
there were never full-scale
diplomatic ties between Por-
_
tugal and Israel.
Israel's Minister of Agri-
culture Aharon Uzan, is to
visit Portugal shortly at the
head of a group of experts
to implement certain proj-
ecth agreed to between the
two countries. He will be re-
turning the visit to Israel
by his Portuguese counter-
part Antonio Cardozo who
has since resigned from of-
fice. But Portugal's Iberian
neighbor, Spain, appears to
have retreated from its ear-
lier interest in normalizing
relations with Israel, appar-
ently under strong Arab
pressure.
After the death of Fran-
cisco Franco the__ Madrid

AMSTERDAM (JTA)—Is-
rael appeared to have made
important diplomatic gains
on two fronts at' the meet-
ing of world Socialist party
leaders held in Holland
over the weekend which
was attended by Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon.

Prime Minister Mario Soa-
rez of Portugal, announced
that his country will recog-
nize Israel and establish
full diplomatic ties with it.
He said after a meeting
with Allon that the move
will be announced officially
Thursday, the anniversary
of Portugal's revolution.

Allon met also for nearly
an hair with India's Min-
ister of Communications
Georges Fernandez, that
country's first representa-
tive to the Socialist gather-
ing. After the meeting, Fer-
nandez said that the Indian
government "will examine
its relations with Israel
within a couple of weeks."
He said the five Indian So-
cialist ministers feel that
diplomatic ties should be es-
tablished between India and
Israel within the feasible fu-
ture.

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At present, Israel has no
diplomatic relations with
New Delhi though it main-
tains a consulate at Bomb-
ay which deliberately keeps ,
a low profile.

Rabbi Refutes PLO State

• In response to a recent
New York Times article by
James Reston on the
Middle East situation,
Rabbi Albert B. Belton,
who was rabbi in the Buda-
pest Ghetto during the
Holocaust, wrote the follow-
ing:
"Just take a look what
they (the PLO) did in Jor-
_dan, and more recently in
Lebanon. It would indeed
be -Suicide for the Israelis
to allow the PLO- cut-throat-
murder gang to establish a
(Soviet) base in just a few
kilometers from Tel Aviv
and Jen.fsalem.
"The so called 'Palesti-
nian Arabs' should select a
representative body other

Portugal Will Recognize Israel;
India to Consider Link to Israel

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The Amsterdam confer-
ence was the latest in a
series of meetings between
Socialist party leaders held
within the framework of the
Socialist International. It
was probably Allon's last
foray abroad as foreign min-
ister since he is expected to
become defense minister in
the next Israeli government
should the Labor Party win
in the May 17 elections.

.

The conference was
aimed at coordinating So-
cialist - positions in prepara-'
tion for the next Helsinki
Conference on East-West re-
lations to be held in Bel-
grade, Yugoslavia in June.

Almost all of the Socialist
diplomats with whom Allon
met expressed regret at the
downfall of Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin and praised him
for withdrawing from the
leadership of the Labor
Party under the circum-
stances.
In a related development,
Ephraim Eldar, Israel's
Consul in Lisbon, will be
named the first Ambassa-
dor to Portugal. The Israeli
Consulate has been function-

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