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

Page Options


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

November 24, 1967 - Image 15

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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

Conservative Delegates Urge UN
to Encourage Arab-Israel Talks

An appeal for action to bring about
direct peace talks between Israel
and the Arab countries, and a
warning to the United Nations
against trying to force upon the
parties concerned a formula for
such talks, was approved by 3,000
delegates at the biennial convert ;
tion here of the United Synagogue
of America.
Henry N. Rapaport, of Scarsdale,
N.Y., who was elected at the clos-
ing session to a second two-year
term as president, told the resolu-
tions session that there should be
no consideration of Israeli with-
drawal from any of the occupied
Arab territories until "direct de-
liberations" were in effect between
the Arab and Israeli leaders.
In another resolution, the dele-
gates, representing Conservative
congregations throughout t h e
United States and Canada, urged
that Jews and other men of good
will join in efforts "to dramatize
and demonstrate" their concern
for the fate of Soviet Jewry,
"until our brethren in the Soviet
Union receive their full cultural
and religious rights."
The delegates said that the need
for dialogue between Jews and
Christians "has become especially
apparent as a result of the recent
Arab-Israeli conflict and the mis-
understanding" among Christians
"with respect to the Israeli posi-
tion on Jerusalem"; voiced "dis-
tress" over the fact that some con-
gregations confine Jewish educa-
tion for children to one-day-a-week
schools; and urged affiliated con-
gregations to improve salaries and
working conditions for qualified
Jewish teachers.

Christian Leader Agrees with Attack
on Church's Failure to SUpport Israel

vice president of the Synagogue
Council, noted that its statement
reflected "our astonishment and
puzzlement at the failure of the
and other youthful protest move-

ments. The speakers said that the
churches to speak out clearly when
rebelling Jewish youth believe that David R. Hunter, deputy general the Synagogue Council of Amer- a group of states announced pub-
parents are dishonest and fail to secretary of the National Council ica, which charged that Christian licly that they were mobilizing to
communicate with their children of Churches. said here that the leaders had been morally lax in liquidate another nation state."
and that the synagogue is totally Jewish community was "quite right their failure to condemn the Arab
divorced from the real problems in denouncing Christian Churches threats.
of their lives.
The Synagogue Council, repre-
for silence during the threats of
Rabbi Harold Schulweis of Oak- genocide" against Israel by the senting Conservative, Reform and
land, Calif., estimated that 20 to Arab states prior to last June's Orthodox rabbinic and lay bodies,
Tell them what you know about
the Amber Flatlets. Suggest they
25 percent of the hippies in the Six-Day War.
come to our Rental Rendezvous
warned that such a position "in-
nearby Haight-Ashbury district in
Sunday afternoon, at 3807 Crooks
He added, however, that he evitably serves to abet the possi-
Road, Royal Oak, at 13i:, Mile
San Francisco, were Jewish. Other
thought the churches were justified bility of mass murder." It called
Road, (alias Chester.)
speakers said that the figure in not urging the U.S. government "on the moral leadership of the
Your gesture would constitute a
good deed in the grand old
might be nearer 50 per cent and to do more than it did in defense Western world to help create an
that not only members but leaders of Israel because "we and they atmosphere within which such
Of course, you must first think
in the protest movements were had to seek a proper balance in threats of war and destruction are
well of us before we deserve
benefaction. So phone 549-
Jewish. Rabbi Saul Teplitz of the area." no longer tolerated."
4045 and ask for our propaganda
Woodmere, N.Y. criticized "in-
Rev. Hunter's remarks were in
P.S. Tell the mothers of the
nocuous activities" of synagogues
war babies of WW H about us.
which repel Jewish youth.
Friday, November 24, 1967-15

Dr. Muhammad Abdul Rauf,

director of the Islamic Center of
New York. participating in an
unprecedented Moslem - Jewish
dialogue at the convention as-
serted that Moslems "fully sym-
pathized" with Jewish suffer.
ings, and expressed the hope
that his Jewish audience "will
sympathize with ours." Both he
and the other participant, Rabbi
Henry Siegman, executive vice
president of the Synagogue
Council of America, stressed the
common elements of the two
The Jewish and Moslem leader
appeared at one of the closing ses-
sions of the convention on the
understanding that neither would
refer to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
But Dr. Rauf remarked that Mos-
lems were not responsible for the
"bitter experiences and suffering"
of Jews through the ages. He ap-
pealed to the Conservative Jewish
leaders "to extend your sympathy
to all those who stiffer."
The delegates were warned by
two rabbis that Jewish youngsters
were deserting traditional Jewish
life to join the ranks of hippies

Israel's Modernity
Evidenced in New
Country Club

Special to the Jewish News

TEL AVIV — Israel's mod-
ernity is fully expressed in all the
latest fashions, the improved restau-
rant service, the availability of a
golf course in Caesarea—and the
fully equipped country club.
Tel Aviv Country Club, estab-
lished by a group of Mexican Jews,
is as modern as any American
institution of its kind.
Within walking distance of the
Mediterranean, the large swim-
ming pool offers a choice for swim-
mers and bathers.
Appended are barber and beauty
shops, a shopping area, restaurant
service and all imaginable facilities
for children as well as men and
A football field, tennis courts.
basketball and badminton facilities.
saunas with massage services —
there is Mlle missing from this
attractive area.
Memberships are only $15 a
year — and tourists, by showing
their passports, are admitted for
a nominal fee.

I do, every day!

Allen Charnes
Vice president

Granted, when I call my son Jerry Stein we talk family. We talk about the
children. But now, we Can .talk about Jerry's new business . . . Jerry Stein
Oldsmobile in Grosse Pointe. Proud? Of course I am. Jerry, and his general
manager Allen Charnes, make up the youngest management team of any Oldsmo-
bile dealership in the midwest. And I'm proud that Jerry and Allen have pledged
to "do it right the first time" in both new car sales and in service. Proud because
Jerry and Allen have given their dealership an imaginative approach. Proud
because a trip to Jerry Stein Oldsmobile will probably save you money. And for
service, well, Jerry Stein customers can have free pick up and delivery in this
area. So call Jerry Stein Oldsmobile. if you get a busy signal, keep trying.
It's probably just his proud mother asking about her grandchildren.


15205 East Jefferson. Grosse Pointe, Just East of City LinlitS

VA 1.: ■ 111111 • linen

Thlirmlav • ( I-t;

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan