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August 11, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-11

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22—Friday, August 11, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel to Renew Work
Head of Bar-Ilan
on Diverting Jordan;
to Review Israel
New Pipeline in Sinai
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Labor
Status Wednesday Minister
Yigal Allon announced

Dr. Max Jammer, president of that Israel plans soon to renew its
Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, postponed project for diverting the
Israel. will address a group of Jordan River's northern waters.
The plan would divert the river
Detroiters Wednesday at a dinner
from a point south of the Bnot
r
Yaacov Bridge to lead the stream
toward Lake Tiberias so that a
huge waterfall would result, to be
used as a source of hydroelectric
power. It was abaflOned when the
Syrians opened series of at-
tacks against Israel. Israel's Na-
tional Water Scheme contented it-
self with use of water only from
Lake Tiberias.
Allon revealed the plan for re-
newing the project when he ad-
dressed a meeting of the central
committee of Histadrut, Israel's
federation of labor. The meeting
was held to discuss the unemploy-
ment situation. Now, Allon said,
the government is planning to re-
vive the original Jordan River
plan, thus providing many jobs
for Israelis.
DR. MAX JAMMER

arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Stollman and Phillip Stollman, at
their summer home, 26'75 N. Lake
Angelus, Drayton Plains.
Dr. Jammer, who has just ar-
rived from Israel, will report on
current conditions in the country
and will give his impressions of
the Israelis' reactions during the
six-day war. He also will report
on the role of Bar-Ilan's faculty
and student body during the war
period.
The Stollmans will he hosts to
Dr. Jammer during his several
days' visit here.

Meanwhile, Israeli troops on
duty in northern central Sinai
began to receive fresh water di-
rectly from El Arish water wells
through a six-inch pipeline laid
in record time in a blitz opera•
lion by the Israeli army and
civil engineers. In 21 days, the
two services placed the line from
El Arish on the north Sinai
shore to Bir Ghafgafa, about 60
miles.

A little ceremony was held as
seven water hoses poured fresh
water into the hot Sinai desert
sand to mark the opening of the
new pipeline.

Birth Announcements

Aug. 7—To Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Shell (Susan Cohn), 1072
Island Dr., Ann Arbor, a daugh-
ter, Stephanie Joy.





Aug. 7—To Capt. and Mrs. Jer-
ald Maltzman (Carole Hack), De-
troiters stationed at High Wy-
combe Air Force Base, England,
a son, Jonathan Scott.
• •

Aug. 2—To Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Dorfman (B ar bar a Kanarek),
24031 Scotia, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Laurie Beth.
• • •

July 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Reitman (Deanne Gursky),
15308 Northgate, Oak Park, a son,
Richard David.
• • •

July 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Cohen (Roslyn Goldstein), 23211
Eastwood, Oak Park, a daughter,
Lynda Michele.

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July 30—To Dr. and Mrs. Frank
Roth (Elaine Biederman), 25808
Lincoln Terrace, Oak Park, a son,
Jeffrey Alan.
• • *
July 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Ross (Susan Blondy), 25595
Briar, Oak Park, a daughter, Mich-
elle Anne.
• • •
July 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Ribiat (Sandra Ashman), 17369
Indiana, a daughter, Lisa Beth.

*
July 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Ittigson (Barbara Gross), 8237
Busko, Warren, a son, Kenneth
Allen.
• • •
July 9—To Judge and Mrs. Don-
ald R. Freeman (Harriet Jean
Shear), of Flint, a son, Marshall
Craig.
• a •
To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Moss, 21370 Westhampton, Oak
Park, a daughter, Holley.
• •
To Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dworin
( Marilyn Clepps), 18979 Lindsay,
a son. Eric Louis.

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LONDON (JTA) — The Arab
Foreign Ministers conference in
Khartoum split sharply over pro-
posals on unification of Arab ac-
tion against Israel, it was reported
from the Sudan.
The delegation of Tunisia, which
repeatedly urged Israel-Arab ne-
gotiations before the June war, de-
plored the "violent nature" of anti-
Israel propaganda by some Arab
countries before the outbreak of
the war. The delegation argued
that such "blood-thirsty threats"
had lessend sympathy for the Arab
cause in other parts of the world.

Schwartz-Byrd Rites

Held in Washington

Britisher Urges Israel Aid Cohn Jordan's Wife
Business-Labor Amity
Charged With Inciting

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

to Synagogue Arson

.

LONDON — Improved relations
(Direct JA
T Teletype Wire
to Th e Jewish News)
and more effective communica-
LONDON—Mrs.
Francoise Jor-
tions between management and
labor were listed Tuesday by Lord dan, wife of Fascist leader Colin
Sieff of Brimpton as assential to Jordan, head of the British Na-
Israel's goal of becoming a major tional Socialist Party, was held
without bail by a magistrate here
exporting nation.
The British Jewish leader made Monday after she was arraigned
the suggestion as he left for Is- on charges of unlawfully inciting
rael to attend a two-day confer- members of the party to set fire
ence in Jerusalem to discuss means to synagogues.
The charges included also one
for accelerating industrial develop-
ment in Israel. Some 60 business alleging that, under her incite-
leaders from all parts of the ment, some members of the Brit-
world attended the conference, ish Nazi group had set fire to a
which opened Wednesday, at the synagogue in Stanhope, Middlesex.
invitation of Prime Minister Levi
Mrs. Jordan requested of Magis-
vl
trate W. H. Hughes that he re-
Eshkol.
240
lease
her on bail. Police inspector
Suggesting also that Israel
3-7.
"needed a large dose of entrepre- Albert Wickstead opposed that ap-
neurs," Lord Sieff compared Is- plication. He told the court that
MRS. STEVEN SCHWARTZ
rael's situation to that of Britain, four weeks are needed to com-
Vivian Ann Byrd, daugheter of declaring that "both had to depend plete the investigation of the ac-
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Byrd of on the skills of their people and tivities of Mrs. Jordan, "who had
fled the country and returned only
Society Hill, S.C., and Steven Joel increased productivity to compete recently."
in the world."
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
He voiced fear that, if she were
He said also that Israeli offi-
released, witnesses in the case,
Samuel Schwartz of Muirland Ave.
cials needed to re-examine the
who
had already been threatened,
were married recently at the
skills and resources of the coun-
would face further harassments.
bride's residence in Washington,
try, and he warned that Israel
He
also
said he feared Mrs. Jor-
"contains a lot of people waiting
D.C. Rabbi Edwin Friedman offi-
dan would again try to escape from
to be told what the country re-
ciated.
the country, as she did in 1966.
quires." He added that stress
In ruling against the bail, the
The bride selected a short, silk
should be on production because
magistrate told Mrs. Jordan she
gown with crocheted lace sleeves
"marketing is the last link in the
could appeal from his decision to
and crocheted lace set across the
chain of production."
back of the bodice. She carried
Other personages at the session a higher court.
yellow roses.
were Samuel Rothberg of New
Arlene Mantel! of New York
York, one of the top leaders of
YOUR CHILD
was maid of honor.
the Israel Bond Organization;
Laurence Brian Schwartz, broth- Charles Clore of London, a lead-
DESERVES THE
er of the bridegroom, served as ing British financier; and Baron
BEST
Edmon de Rothschild, of Paris.
best man.
After a Jamaica honeymoon, the
Young Marrieds Set Picnic
couple will live in Detroit.
The Young and Marrieds of
Adas Shalom will have its annual
family picnic Sunday starting 11:30
a.m. at the Oak Park Municipal
Park Area 5. Charcoal and pop
will be provided by the organiza-
DETROIT POST 135 will meet tion.
8 p.m. Aug. 24 at the Labor Zionist
Institute. The post is celebrating
PRESENTS
its 31st year as the oldest JWV
post in Michigan. Among the De-
troit delegates who will attend the
PROFESSIONAL SHOE
national convention in Washing-
ton Aug. 13-20 are past national
FITTERS SINCE 1916
commander, Harry Madison; na-
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UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730
ton; national co-inspector Morris
Kikoler and post commander Mor-
ris Simon. For information, call
publicity chairman Joseph Sha-
piro, UN 1-6039.
• s •
ANN L. KORSON, REGISTERED ELECTROLOGIST,
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HER OFFICES
hold a board meeting 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Evelyn Skup-
TO
sky, 24076 Moritz, Oak Park. Pro-
graming for the September meet-
ing will be set up. Election of
15901 W. 9 Mile Rd. (Next to Providence Hospital)
delegates to the convention will
take place, and the following will
be delegates: Sylvia Helfer, Lina
Burnstein, Bertha Greenberg, Lot-
YOU'LL FIND US IN THE METROPOLITAN DETROIT YELLOW PAGES
tie Harris and Sarah Curtis. Re-
freshments and a social hour will
follow. For information call Gerry
Feldman, membership chairman,
398-8955.

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• •

Catholic War Veterans
Urged to Back Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Na-
tional Commander Malcolm A.
Tarlov of the Jewish War Veterans
of the USA asked the Catholic War
Veterans Sunday for support of
the new statue of Jerusalem and
the holy shrines of all faiths.
Tarlov, who just returned from
Israel, addressed the CWV conven-
tion here. He pointed out that
Christian shrines will be more
available to pilgrims and tourists
because of the unified identifica-
tion of Jerusalem. He reported
that negotiations were progressing
between Israel and the Vatican
on the holy shrines.

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