100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 14, 1967 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Na-
tional Council of Churches will con-
vene a policy-making session here
today to determine what the Amer-
ican Protestant movement might
be able to do to promote a lasting
peace in the Middle East. The ses- I
sion will include the first meeting
of a newly-created Middle East
Task Force, according to Dr. R. H.
Edwin Espy, general secretary of
the council.
Dr. Espy said that the Protes-
tant group was "neither pro-Arab
nor pro-Israeli" and that its cen-
tral goal was "the establishment
of a just and viable peace through.

War Yarns

.

By BEN G. FRANK
(A Seven Arts Feature)
Every crisis and every war has
its light and touching moments
and the war for Israel's survival
is no exception.
The following quotes and com-
ments and views were picked up

out the Middle East." He added
that the "deepest concern" of the
National Council "at this stage of
the continuing crisis is for all
those who are suffering in the
existing situation." He said that
"in the Christian conscience," suf-
fering people, Arab and Israeli,
"must take priority over tradi-
tional nationalism."
Noting that the people of Israel
"have suffered anxiety for their
national security," Dr. Espy con-
tinued that "it is our hope that
this anxiety will now be relieved
and that Israel will be generous
in her victory in preparation for a
new day of peace and understand-
ing in the Middle East."
Adding that "the work of recon-
ciliation must be the task of

everyone," the Protestant leader
declared that "this is not the
time to acquiesce in unilateral

action. Through the United Na-
tions we support the search for
justice by collective judgment.

Employers Told to Prove Hardship
If They Refuse to Hire Sabbatarian

Through the World Council of
Churches, we join in major ef-
forts to finance relief of the
homeless and starving."
He said that "at other times,
through appropriate channels, we
will address ourselves to substan-
tial ways in which we believe re-
conciliation can be structured into
i s po litical and social in-
stitutions related to the Middle
East."
The July 7 meeting will be in
the form of a special session of
the executive committee of the
National Council's general board.
The Rev. John C. Smith. general
secretary of the Commission of
Ecumenical Mission and Relations
of the United Presbyterian Church
in the United States, has been
named chairman of the task force.
Members include Dr. John S. Ba-
deau, former American ambassa-
dor to Egypt, and Ernest A.
Gross, former United States repre-
sentative to the United Nations.

WASHINGTON—The Equal Em-
ployment Commission ruled Tues-
day that employers who refuse to
hire an employe because of his
religious beliefs must prove that
they would have faced undue hard-
ship if they had done so.

The commission formally an-
nounced guidelines concerning ob-
servance of the sabbath and other
religious holidays as they relate
to job discrimination. They came
as a result of a year-long study
undertaken after several charges
were filed alleging religious dis-
crimination.
The guidelines affect mostly Or-
thodox Jews.

Another story goes that Nasser
is upset because he says, in his
defeat, he was outnumbered by
the Israelis.
"But President Nasser, look at
the millions of Arabs you have on
your side?"
"Yes," answers Nasser, "but
Israel has two million Jews and I
have none."

One American teenager noted
that Egyptian tanks must have five
gears: Four reverse gears, one
forward. The one forward gear is
in case they are attacked from the
rear.

The New Israel

By HARRY MAXMAN

Remember how dark when the founda-
tions were laid
Amid the wisplike hopes when courage
took breath?
The assiduous hammering of many
hearts and hands ...
And time here has wrought the miracle
of rebirth.
0 God is surely in Ills world that this
could be,
Each house and home a monument to
unfaltering faith:
That which is. discerned when it was
not . .
Feel it, each brick yet throbbing from
breathless effort.
God's light and His power but fashioned
it all ...
The unstinting hearts who have given
its sinew.
Responded more than to words of it's
human hu ild e rs-
The powei Eternal stood behind them
and moved them.
Praise Joyously the love of the many

who listened!

Praise God whose Word will be taught
In His old home!
Without end, let this marvel be praised
each tomorrow:
How good is the House of the Lord to
abide in and guide us.

Meany wrote, "irresponsible de-
nunciations have marred the UN
sessions on the crisis in the Middle
East. Our country and to an even
greater extent, Israel, have been
the targets of bitter abuse and
slanders by Soviet spokesmen and
their Nasserite proxies . . .
"In these UN sessions, the tech-
nique of the Big Lie, fanatically
applied by Hitler and Goebbels
against the Jewish people more
than 30 years ago, has been per-
fected by Federenko and Kosygin.
Though the outrageous charges of
Nazism against Israel and the
nations friendly to it are repre-
hensible frauds, they are not sur-
prising.
"It is, however, shocking and
distressing that the spokesmen of
the democracies sat idly by in
silence in the face of these dia-
tribes . . .
"The Soviet government is pri-
marily responsible for the dan-
gerous crisis in the Middle East.
It equiped Nasser and goaded him
on to rally the reactionary Arab
rulers for the destruction of Israel.
Since the UN cease fire, the USSR
has resumed sowing the seeds of
future war by stepping up its ship-
ment of weapons for aggression to
the discredited Nasser regime and
its Syrian accomplice.
"The Soviet dictatorship should
he sternly condemed and unequivo-
cally repudiated for this war-breed-
ing policy. In this situation, Israel
deserves the commendation and
support of all people devoted to
peace and freedom."
Meany went on to urge the

U.S. government to "mobilize all
its influence and resources for
UN support of President John-

cholera and the bubonic plague.

Austrians Back Israel

VIENNA (JTA)—The Austrian
Social Science Research Insti-
tute reported that a nation-wide
public opinion poll indicated that
54 per cent of the Austrian peo-
ple favored the Israeli victory in
the June war and 11 per cent
favored th" Arab cause while the
remaining 35 per cent declared
themselves neutral.

Prof. Haffkine, a native of
Odessa, joined the staff of the
Pasteur Institute in 1889. When
a cholera epidemic broke out in
India in 1893, he went there at
the request of the British govern-
ment and has vaccine and methods
of inoculation greatly reduced the
disease's mortality rate. He re-
turned to India in 1896 to help
overcome a bubonic plague epi-
demic.

Known to the Indians as "the
white magician," Prof Hafkine
established the Haffkine Institute
in Bombay. He left India in 1915
and became an Orthodox Jew and
set up a fund to aid the yeshivas
of Eastern Europe. He died in 1930
at age 70.

DAN NY
RASKIN

UN. 4-6868

10235 W. 6 MILE

SEE

IRVING KATZ

Sales Manager at

TAYLOR'S INC.

DODGE SALES & SERVICE

DI 1-9500

19711 LIVERNOIS

tions and ICFTU affiliates to pro-
vide generous assistance to the
Histadrut in its efforts to meet the
vital tasks of social and economic
reconstruction in peace and free-
dom. In view of its practical ex-
perience, Histadrut can make val-
uable contributions towards help-
ing Arab and Israeli workers alike
enhance their well-being, human
dignity and self-respect.
"We appeal to the workers of
the Arab lands to help their coun-
tries strike out in a new direction
and cooperate with the people of
Israel in building a peaceful, free
and prosperous Middle East."

WASHINGTON BOULEVARD

Dedicate Forest
Honorino- Heroes

Non. in Progress

YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE YOUR
SELECTIONS AT IMPRESSIVE PRICE REDUCTIONS

NEW YORK (JTA)—A Heroes'

nedurtions

Forest commemorating the Israeli
soldiers who fell in the liberation
of the Old City of Jerusalem dur-
ing the six-day war, was planted
on Mt. Scopus by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund July 5, with Yakov
Tsur, its president, officiating.
The dedication ceremonies were
held 30 days after the start of
the fighting.
Ambassador Tsur announced that
the JNF was preparing plans with
Jerusalem municipality for de-
velopment of Jewish residential
areas in the Old City.
Tsur, who had just visited seven
Latin American countries, said.
he had found a "revolution" in
the relationship of Jews abroad
with Israel as a result of the six-
day war. He expressed the hope
that the new feeling towards Israel
generated by the war would re-
sult in greater immigration and
closer bonds.

Indian Stamp Honors Waldemar M. Haffkine,
Jewish Scientist Who Conquered Plagues

NEW DELHI (JTA) — The Cen-
tral Indian Postoffice has issued a
postage stamp bearing the photo-
graph of Prof. Waldemar Mordecai
Haffkine, the famed Jewish scien-
tist and philanthropist, whose dis-
coveries included a vaccine against

The commission said that the
Civil Rights Act of 1964 "includes
an obligation on the part of the
employer to make reasonable ac-
commodations to the religious
needs of employes and prospective
employes where such accommoda-
tions can be made without undue
hardship on the conduct of the
employer's business."

LOOKING FOR A DEPENDABLE DEALER?

and seen as a result of the war AFL-CIO President Slams Into Russia;
between Israel and the Arab states.
It was reported that Israeli Hails Israel in Union Publication
newspapers were now advertising
son's five-point program. It pro-
The AFL-CIO News, official pub-
for a "mashgiach" for the, Cairo lication
vides a just and sound basis for a
of the 13,500,(X00 member
Hilton. Hotel.
peace settlement and joint efforts
federation, carried two Page 1 edi-
An American student from Long torials
by all the nations in the Middle
signed by president George
Island, noting the recapture of the
East for the social and economic
Meany, twice a member of the
area around Mt. Scopus, Jerusa-
reconstruction they so urgently
United States delegation to the
lem, came up with: "You know, United Nations.
need.
the Hebrew University now has
"We urge all AFL-CIO organiza-
"For the last two months,"

both an uptown and downtown
campus."
One joke told in Yiddish quotes
Moshe Dayan shouting to Nasser
not to run away so fast. "I'm out
of breath trying to catch up with
you," says Dayan.

Friday, July 14, 1967-9

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. Protestants Are Mapping Task Force
for M.E. Peace; 'Not Pro-Arab or Pro-Israel'

15% to 33 1/3%

ON AN EXCELLENT SELECTION OF

SUITS - SPORT COATS - SLACKS - TOPCOATS
RAINCOATS - FURNISHINGS - HATS

including our volitionally know*

Wetteerom- SHOES

$195 CASHMERE AND MINK OVERCOATS
NOW!
"Rare Oriental Cashmere'

BUY NOW—PAY OCTOBER

149"

IN/01MM • CLOTH1106

') Washington Boulevard

Frt. Parking Open Monday Evenings Charge Accounts WO 1-9212

THE UNIROYAL MASTER

IF IT SAVES YOUR LIFE ONCE ...

IT'S A BARGAIN!

With Uniroyal Masters on your car, you'll never know when you
pick up a nail.
Because we put a Seal Rite lining in our tire. Seal Rite is a special
compound that covers the inside of the air chamber.
When you hit a nail or a spike, the lining grips the puncturing
object and seals in the air. Instead of a blowout, you get a slowoet.
And it could make all the difference in the world.

ROTE
P.RNAK
ABE PPAS

KING TIRE CENTER

31 W. MNTCALM
PONTIAC . . . O
FEderal 3-7068

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan