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September 23, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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Israel Looks Abroad
for Economic Advice

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Premier
Levi Eshkol disclosed that the
government was considering the
idea of a meeting in Jerusalem of
industrialists a n d businessmen
from abroad to seek to solve un-
employment problems in develop-
ing areas.
It was also learned that the
government was discussing plans
for a new and bigger oil pipeline
from Eilat to the new port of
Ashdod for a great flow of oil
from the Red Sea to the Mediter-
ranean.
It was explained that this did
not mean that the government had
dropped consideration of the idea
of. building an Eilat-Mediterranean
canal to compete with the Suez
Canal but that consideration of
such a canal had been de-em-
phasized becauSe of the huge cost
of such a project.

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act ivit ie s i n Society

Max and Tillie Cohn, former Detroiters of Los Angeles, will be
honored at an open house 2-5 p.m. Sunday at the home of the Walter
Cohns, 25669 Briar, Oak Park, in celebration of their 50th wedding
anniversary.

At the September meeting of the Bodzin Family Club, Pearlena
Wilson Bodzin was elected president; Jack Bodzin, vice president;
Harriet Bodzin, secretary; and Jay S. Bodzin, treasurer. The next
meeting will be held Oct. 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jason H.
Bodzin of Jefferson Ave.
Mrs. Jerome Schostak of Lee Baker Rd., Southfield, hosted a tea
for mothers of new Hillel Day School students Tuesday. Rabbi Simon
l\lurciano, headmaster, addressed the group on the school's program
and ideals. Honored guests were Mrs. Roslyn Kasle, new assistant to
the headmaster in charge of general studies, and Mrs. Goldie Greenberg,
new executive secretary.
The Women's Division of the Detroit Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews is hosting a get-acquainted member-
ship tea Tuesday, 1 p.m., in the Benjamin and Sophie Siegel Memorial
House for Brotherhood, 150 W. Boston. Participating sponsors of the
tea include Mesdames Sol A. Dann, Julian M. Greenebaum, Norman
Levy, Nathan D. Soberman, Marvin Levy, Oscar M. Zemon, Henry S.
Kaplan, Fremont Sweetwine, Stella Feinstein, J. L. Goodman, Sidney
Lesser, Abraham L. Cohen, Louis G. Redstone, Philip Bernstein and
Charles Goldstein.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Knights of Charity'

Award for A. A. May

The awards will be presented at
Alfred A. May, attorney, presi-
dent of the Detroit Round Table a $100-a-plate dinner at the Sher-
of Catholics, Jews and Protestants, aton Cadillac, Nov. 17.
has been selected to be one of
three winners of the "Knights of
Charity" award of Maryglade Col-
lege, Memphis, Mich.
The other two winners of this
Free Custom Fitting by
year's award are Lee A. Iacocca,
Experienced Corsetieres
vice president of Ford Motor Co.,
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
the Catholic recipient, and C.
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Allen Harlan, the Protestant.
Open to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.

CORSETS BY EVA

Styles for Mr. and Mrs.

Senator Robert P. Griffin office in Cairo, and after he had
(R-Mich.) urged President John- made public remarks friendly to
son to disavow any intention of the Soviet Union and hostile to
restoring U.S. aid to Egypt the United States.
* * *
Griffin said there have been re-
curring reports that the Johnson Sen. Griffin Inserts JN
administration will supply Egyp-
tian dictator Nasser with wheat Editorial in the Record
U.S. Senator Robert Griffin in-
and other food products under the
surplus agricultural farm export serted in the Congressional Record
program known as "Public Law The Jewish News editorial from
the issue of Aug. 26 entitled.
480."
U.S. aid was suspended at the "Warning of Menacing Extremism
end of June, when a six-month in the United States."
Declaring that the editorial "dis-
plan for shipment of $55,000,000
worth of food to Nasser came to cusses this danger in plain terms,"
Senator Griffin preceded the in-
an end.
Recently, Egypt asked the Ag- troduction of the editorial by
riculture Department for credit to stating:
"Around the country, bigots and
finance purchases of up to $50,-
000,000 of U.S. commodities. If neo-Nazi riffraff have joined to-
the credit is approved, Egypt pre- gether in an orgy of racial hatred.
sumably would arrange through Because this is a free country,
U.S. exporters to use most of the such people are free to demon-
strate and to speak, even though
credit line to obtain wheat.
"I think President Johnson what they say is contrary to the
should make it clear that no traditions of a free America. But
American wheat will go to Nas- it is incumbent upon all who cher-
ser," Griffin said. "After all, this ish freedom to be mindful of
is the man who had the gall to these developments lest such ex-
tell us to go jump in the river tremists grow in numbers and
with our aid. Apart from that, it's strength.
"None is more sensitive to this
obvious that any aid we extend to
Nasser would help him build his coalition of hatred than the Jew-
own personal power and Egypt's ish American. He knows the dan-
ger and the power of extremism
military strength."
Griffin said that the nearly $1,- when it gains momentum. He
000,000 worth of American food knows that a nation of civility and
that has gone to Egypt over the pride cannot afford to ignore or-
years has helped raise cash for ganized militancy—as the Weimar
Nasser to buy Soviet arms and to Republic ignored those who gath-
ered around Adolf Hitler.
beef up his army.
"History is a great teacher, but
He noted that aid of Egypt was
suspended in June after Nasser it cannot teach those who are
had threatened to invade pro- blind and deaf to its lessons —
Western Saudi Arabia, after he al- those who fail to recognize the
lowed the Viet Cong to set up an danger of extremist groups which
spread hatred."

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general meeting of the Bnai David
Mr. and Mrs. Club at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Synagogue.

senator Griffin Urges LBJ Disavow
Aid to UAR; Condemns Extremism,

ED BURG

and His Orchestra
Good Music
for All Occasions

20—Friday, September 23, 1966

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New Offices Opened
by Orthodox Tours

Orthodox Tours, Inc., New York-
based organization offering all-
kosher tours to the Dorado Hilton
Hotel in Puerto Rico, has expanded
its operation and moved to new,
larger quarters.
Issie Katz, founder and chief
officer, said the new headquarters
are in Suite 1158, 11 W. 42nd St.,
New York, phone (212) 244-6340.
Round trippers to Puerto Rico
are planned for Sept. 28, Nov. 21,
Dec. 11, Dec. 15 and Jan. 15. The
Sept. 28 tour is a special Sukkot
trip and a festive sukkah is being
built right on the hotel's premises.
The tours are highlighted by
strictly kosher food prepared and
served in the hotel under super-
vision of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
with mashgihiun in constant at-
tendance.
According to Katz, his organiza-
tion will shortly begin tour serv-
ice to Mexico, the Bahamas and
many other glamorous locales, all
100% kosher.

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