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June 02, 1978 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-02

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20 Rillay, be 2, 11/1

Milan Dinner Marks 60th Anniversary of Local JNF

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FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR MEMORY

This observance is an age-
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
tion and it has become cus-
tomary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the
cherished memories of your
dear ones.

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PARIS (JTA) — Several
prominent Jews and some of
Israel's best friends in• Fr-
ance attended a banquet
Monday for King Khaled of
Saudi Arabia who was in
Paris for a two-day state
visit.
The affair honoring
Khaled was given by Presi-
dent Valery Giscard D'Esta-
ing in the Historic Hall of
Mirrors in the Palace of
Versailles. According to of-
ficial sources, the guest list
was shown to the Saudis as
a matter of protobol and
they raised no objections.
In the official talks that
preceded the affair, the
Saudi ministers of defense
and foreign affairs who are
accompanying Khaled dis-
appointed their French
hosts by making it clear
that they had no intention
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Mirage 2000 fighter planes
that France is eager to sell.
The ministers repor-
tedly explained that the
U.S. agreement to supply
Saudi Arabia with 80 F-15•
jets left them "adequately
protected" and that in
any event their agree
ment with the Pentagon
precludes the purchase
of more warplanes out-
side of the U.S.
The Saudis stressed,
however, that they want to
"keep all options open" and
intend to go "full speed
ahead" with the implemen-
tation of their 1975 agree-
ment with France for the
development of the organi-
zation of Arab industry.
Under that agreement, Fr-
ance will supply the techni-
cal expertise for the con-
struction of industrial
plants in Saudi Arabia and
Egypt.
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NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Congress
will join the NAACP in sup-
porting a group of Black pa-
rents in Malverne, L.I. who
are asking the New York
State Commissioner of Edu-
cation to order the local
school district to pay for
transporting their children
to elementary schools
nearly two miles away.
A hearing will be held
next week in Albany by
Commissioner Gordon M.
Ambach on a petition by the
parents following a vote by
Malverne residents reject-
ing — for the 10th time
since 1971 — their request
for transportation.

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Purim, Tu b'Shevat and
Blue Box collections were
the highlights of JNF ac-
tivities.
Among the early presi-
dents of Detroit JNF were:
Joseph Haggai, Aaron Kur-
land, Leon Kaye and Ab-
raham Koffman. Others
prominent in the early
years included: Joseph and
Dora Ehrlich, Rabbi A.
Hurwitz, Sam Heyman,
Michael and Chana
Michlin, David Robinson,
Israel Davidson, Anna
Slomovitz, Max Lieberman,
Hyman Goldman and Ber-
nard Isaacs.
In the 1930s and 1940s,
JNF presidents included:
Abraham J. Laohover,
Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka,
Ben F. Goldman and Dr.
Israel Wiener, who
served in the late 1930s
and early 1940s and also
years later.
William Hordes, who was
prominent in JNF for
nearly a quarter of a cen-
tury and known as "Mr.
JNF", served as president in
the 1940s and early 1950s.
In the 1950s, Benjamin
Laikin, David Silver, Ben
Harold and Irving Schlus-
sel, father of Mark Schlus-

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GENEVA (JTA — Anti-
Israeli and anti-Semitic
slogans have been smeared
on the walls of the
synagogue and the Jewish
community center in Basel,
reading "Kill Begin," "Re-
duce Israel to Ashes" and
"Down With Zionism."
It is the first time that
this kind of incident has
happened in Basel. Police
are investigating.

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A year after the Balfour
Declaration of November
1917, Philip Slomovitz,
then a young news-
paperman and now
editor and publisher of
The Jewish News, or-
ganized the Detroit
Jewish National Fund
Council. The year was
1918 and he served as
president for eight years.
JNF embraced the major
phases of the Zionist move-
ment, including members of
the Zionist organizations,
Hadassah, Poale Zion, Far-
band, Young' Judea and
Hashomer Hatzair.
The group met in the old
Cong. Shaarey Zedek build-
ing on Willis Street, under
the patronage of Rabbi Ab-
raham M. Heishman, with
40 and 50 people at a meet-
ing. Tag Days, Flower Days,

French Jews Attend Khaled
Affair, Saudis Nix Mirages

PLANT A TREE

WE WILL DO THE REST

The Jewish National
Fund will celebrate 60 years
of its establishment in the
Detroit area and the 30th
anniversary of Israel state-
hood at its 1978 testimonial
dinner honoring Charles
and Florence Milan at 6:30
p.m. on June 21 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Tribute will be paid to the
Milans "for their deep devo-
tion to the Jewish commun-
ity, to Jewish causes and to
the state of Israel." Joseph
H. Jackier, attorney and
communal leader, will be
the chairman. Mark E.
Schlussel is president of the
Greater Detroit JNF Coun-
cil.
Milan was president of
JNF for three years and the
Milans established the
Charles and Florence Milan
Forest in the Galilee.

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sel, held office as president.
Morris J. Brandwine, who
has played a leading role for
nearly two decades, served
as president for three years
and also was chairman of
the Foundation for JNF.
More recent JNF presidents
included Prof. Samuel Le-
vin, Judge Burton R. Shif-
man, David Zack and
Charles Milan. Percy Kap-
lan has served as executive
director of Greater Detroit
and Michigan JNF for 25
years.
Max M. Fisher and Paul
Zuckerman have been
named honorary chairmen
of the dinner.
For reservations to the
testimonial dinner, contact
the JNF, 968-0820.

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