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October 21, 1977 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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18 Friday, October 21, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Yadin Says His Party Will Work With Begin Government

NEW YORK (JTA)—
Yigael Yadin, leader of the
Democratic Movement for
Change, Israel's third larg-
est party in the Knesset,
assured American Jews
Sunday night that his new
party was united with the
government of Premier
Menahem Begin in seeking
a just and lasting settlement
of the Arab-Israel conflict.
This assurance came in

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• As set forth in the prospectus, seven out of nine of the dwellings in this community
are to be sold to immigrants to Israel and the other two to Israelis.

his address to 1,500 persons,
including nine Nobel lau-
reates, at the 32nd annual
Weizmann dinner sponsored
by the American Committee
for the Weizmann Institute,
at the New York Hilton
Hotel.
"Let no one, be he friend
or foe, be deluded into
thinking political diversity,
such as represented by my
party and the party leading
the movement, will result in
strife and political
upheaval," Yadin declared.
"Nothing can be further
from the truth. The history
of the Zionist movement
and the actions of the vari-
ous political forces in the
state of Israel is our best
assurance that so-called
`political' upheaval' always
results in the strengthening
of Israel internally while
maintaining a unified front
externally," Yadin said.
However Yadin warned
that the continuing disparity
between imports over
exports was a deterrent to
Israel's economic devel-
opment and social progress.
(These balanced payment
deficits amounted to
$4,050,000 in 1975; $3,268,000
in 1976 and a projected
$3,490,000 in 1977, according
to figures released at the
dinner.)
The dinner guests also
paid tribute to Meyer W.
Weisgal, chancellor and
_architect of the Weizmann
Institute of Science, in
Rehovot, who died Sept. 29
at the age of 83. He was bur-
ied in a small grove adja-
cent to the home of Weiz-
mann on the campus at
Rehovot early this month.
Saul Bellow, 1976 Nobel
laureate for literature, and
a personal friend of Weis-

York business and philan-
thropic leader. Bearing his
name is the Institute for
Biomedical Research just
dedicated. '

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Women's Clubs1

(Continued from Page 17)
be served, and guests are
invited.
* * *
OAKFIELD CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT,
will hold a games tourna-
ment 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Oak Park Community
Center. There is a charge,
and prizes will be awarded.
Refreshments will be
served.

and family in tribute to the
late Abraham Jaglom, New

gal, in his tribute, said:
"The famous Institute at
Rehovot, one of the world's
greatest centers of scientific
research, bears the name of
its founder, Chaim Weiz-
mann, the first president of
Israel, but it was the child
of Meyer Weisgal. It was he
who was the planner, the
builder, the fund-raiser, the
organizer and the directing
spirit of this place."
Israel's president, Eph-
raim Katzir, cabled his con-
dolences to the committee's
officers and their guests.
The annual medallion for
"Distinguished Service to
Science, Israel and the Jew-
ish People" was presented
to Mrs. Abraham Jaglom

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NORTHWEST CHILD
will
RESCUE WOMEN

have their annual paid-up
membership luncheon noon
Thursday at Kingsley Inn.
Marion Bates will provide
_entertainment. For reserva-
tions, call the chairman,
Rose Halprin (5), 851-3331 or
co-chairman, Rose Halprin
(7), 851-3949. New members
are welcome, and dues may
be paid at the door.
* * *
ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet at
12:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
David Bittker will speak on
"Potentials for Anti-Semi-
tism." A social period will
precede the meeting. Host-
esses are Fan Bunin and
Lorene Spector. Guests are
welcome.

FORESTS

that bear your name

Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the

entire Jewish people. linking the name,
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

For information and advice

in strict confidence apply to

Jewish National Fund
22100 Greenfield, Oak Park, 48237 (W08-082,0) ,

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