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Jerusalem (JTA) — The Sup-
Hanadiv, the foundation estab-
reme Court of Israel, which has
had to do with makeshift quarters lished by Dorothy De Rothschild
and her late husband, James De
during the 36 years since the
Rothschild, whose contributions
State was founded, will finally,
also founded the impressive
within the next few years, have a
building worthy of the nation's The
highest judicial body.
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A Great Detroit
ously accepted the offer, con-
tained in a hand-written letter to
Premier Shimon Peres from
Dorothy De Rothschild, to plan,
build, appoint and furnish a new
building for the Supreme Court.
"Just before my husband died in
1957," Mrs. De Rothschild wrote,
"it was his wish to offer the State
of Israel a building either for the
use of its parliament or its its sup-
reme court. He realized how
greatly either would symbolize
the basic principles of the State of
"In the event, the Knesset
building became his first choice,
and as a result, I hope you agree,
the legislature of Israel has a
home worthy of its task. I have
been asked by the council of our
foundation, Yad Hanadiv, to tell
you that we would like to offer the
State of Israel a new Supreme
Court building. Should your gov-
ernment look favorably on our
proposal, Yad Hanadiv would
undertake to fund the entire cost
of the new court's planning de-
velopment, construction and
equipment, working in coopera-
tion with the President of the
Supreme Court," Mrs. De
The site earmarked for the new
Supreme Court building lies on
government-owned land between
the Knesset building and the
Bank of Israel. Originally, it had
been planned to build a Supreme
Court building there, though
later the plans shifted to a site on
Mount Scopus. But shortage of
funds repeatedly forced post-
ponement of the project which, in
any event had a low priority in the
Over the years, the justices
have been presiding in a
draughty, old fashioned building
leased to the State in the Russian
Compound in the center of
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