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April 04, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Stuart Eizenstat Lauds HIAS' 100 Years,
Max Fisher Honored at New York Dinner

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Stuart Eizenstat, assistant
to President Carter for
domestic affairs and policy,
described HIAS as "a mod-
ern Moses for the Jewish
people in bondage, helping
people reach a land of free-
dom and land of opportu-

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children.
The dinner also honored
Detroiter Max Fisher with
the "HIAS Liberty Award"
which was presented to him
by Edwin Shapiro,
president of HIAS!
In
his
address,
Eizenstat said that
"HIAS has also recog-
nized that freedom is in-
divisible and that its loss
by some threatens its loss
to all, so your work in
helping resettle In-
dochinese refugees is
particularly meioningful
This year alone, your
agency will receive and
place 6,000 Indochinese
refugees throughout the
United States."
This, he observed, "is a
particularly challenging
time for you, as well as our
country. Last year, more
than 50,000 visas were is-
sued to Soviet Jews, four
times the number that were
issued in 1976. While this
places an enormous burden
on you, I know you join me
in praying, despite the crisis
in Afghanistan, that this
flow will continue . . ."
In accepting the award,
Fisher stated that "there is
no difference between any
Jewish leader, because
what is our sacred cause?
First, to save every Jew that
we possibly can and bring
him to a homeland where he
may live in peace and dig-
nity.
"Our second cause is to

nity." It has, he added,
"made America a nation of
nations."
Eizenstat offered this
assessment in his address to
more than 300 world Jewish
leaders, government offi-
cials, leadrs of voluntary
agencies and other invited'
guests at a Centennial
Dinner at the Waldorf-
Astoria March 23 to mark
HIAS' 100 years of rescue
and resettlement service for
more than four million
Jewish men, women and

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Sheikh Ahmed Yamani,
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who is in Canada for an in-
ternational conference in
Toronto on cellulosis, met
with Marc Lalonde, the new
Liberal Party's energy
minister, in Ottawa last
Thursday for two hours to
discuss energy and interna-
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Yamani came to Ottawa
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Prime Minister Pierre El-
liott Trudeau who • invited
him to be his guest at a spe-
cial performance of the bal-
let at the National Art Cen-
ter.
After meeting with
Yamni, Lalonde told re-
porters that relations with
Arab countries, which were
disrupted by the previous
Conservative Party gov-
ernment's plans to move the
Canadian Embassy in Is-
rael from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem, are now im-
proving since these plans
did not materialize.
"I don't think everything
is completely clarified as yet
with every Arab country,
but I hope that the policies
of the new Canadian gov-
ernment will meet concerns
that were expressed in the
past," Lalonde said. Rela-
tions between Canada and
Arab countries worsened
last summer because of
Prime Minister -Joe Clark's
announcement that he
might move Canada's em-
bassy.

save for the generations of
the future our great Jewish
tradition which has lived so
long, and third, to see that
the state of Israel is
strengthened and becomes a
light to the world, a model of
what a true, great democ-
racy is."
Detroiters attending
the dinner included Mar-
tin Citrin and Paul Zuc-
kerman.
On the eve of the dinner,
Premier Menahem Begin of
Israel sent a letter to
Shapiro in which he wrote,
in part: "I remember HIAS
from my childhood days
when hundreds of
thousands of refugees came
back to their home towns
only to find most houses
burnt or destroyed. It was
HIAS who helped to build
homes for the homeless.
"Since then, I have al-
ways felt a deep sentiment
for this Jewish humanita-
rian organization which as-
sisted so many of our breth-
ren during the wave of mass
immigration from Europe to
the United States, that
miraculous wave which ac-
tually saved incalculable
numbers of our people from
the disaster of the
Holocaust. And again, after
World War II, HIAS contin-
ued its noble work, render-
ing help to the homeless
remnants in many coun-
tries."
Also on the occasion of the
100th anniversary of HIAS,
Paul Hartling, United Na-
tions High Commissioner
for Refugees, sent a cable
from his headquarters in
Geneva to Shapiro con,
gratulating HIAS for "the
magnificent results-
achieved" during its 100
years.
"Thanks to your efforts,"
he added, "millions of up-
rooted men, women and
children have been able to
build meaningful lives in
their new homelands."

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icitor General, will meet
Nazi-hunter Simon Wie-
senthal in Washington
April 13 to obtain evidence
for legal action against war
criminals presently resid-
ing in Canada.
"I hope to get documenta-
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crimes," said Kaplan, who is
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