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March 15, 1968 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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Flint News

Analyst, General Launch Campaign

A poster illustrating the life-saving work of the United Jewish
Appeal forms the backdrop for these principal planners of the Flint
campaign, which opened with a dinner March 6. In the photo are
(from left) Gilbert Y. Rubenstein, general campaign chairman;
David Schoenbrun, famed radio-television correspondent; Brig. Gen.
Yeshayahu Gavish, Israeli army commander; and Michael A.
Pelavin, associate campaign chairman.

Television news analyst David
Schoenbrun, addressing the open-
ing dinner of the Flint United
Je.,zvish Appeal campaign March 6,
asked "Why is America putting
such great effort and so much
money into Vietnam, backing a
military dictatorship, instead of
supporting a true democracy, such
as Israel?"
Schoenbrun shared center stage
with Brig. Gen. Yeshayahu Ga-
vish, Israeli Army commander,
who told the group that during the
Six-Day War, Israel "couldn't af-
ford to lose. We had no other
choice than to fight or be an-
nihilated. We had to struggle for
our survival while the Arabs could
afford to wait."

Gilbert Y. Rubenstein, chair-
man of the campaign, said that
while no goal has been set for
the 1968 drive, many of the top
donations so far are higher this
year than last.

Canal and also ended the blockade
of Eilat by capturing Sharm el
Sheikh. He said. "We have to re-
main prepared militarily because
the Arabs are not willing to work
out alpeace arrangement."
Shoenbrun, former chief of the
CBS Washington bureau and chief
European correspondent for the
network, said that America and
Russia "must begin to work to-
gether for world stability and
peace instead of competing to
dominate . . . (and which) will
end up destroying the world."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, March 15, 1968

Communal Calendar

March 16—Bnai Brith Women In- March 20—Hadassah Meeting, An-
nual Education Day, 9:30 a.m.
stallation Dinner, 6:30 p.m., at
coffee and symposium; 12:30
Atlas Valley Country Club.
p.m., luncheon, at Cong. Beth
March 17—Tween Bowling Pro-
Israel.
gram, 2 p.m., at Town and
* • •
Country Lanes.
Flint Chapter of Bnai Brith
March 17—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Women will hold its installation of
Donor Dinner, 6 p.m.
officers 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Atlas
Valley Country Club, Grand Blanc.
Hadassah Education Day The following will be installed:
president, Mrs. Robert Gutterman;
to Focus on Mid-East
vice - presidents, Mrs. Nathan
Hadassah will bold its annual Greenberg, Mrs. Andrew Winston,
education day starting at 9:30 Mrs. Hy Klein; treasurer, Mrs.
a.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth Theodore Goldberg; secretaries,
Israel.
Mrs. Marvin Heidenrich, Mrs.
After registration and coffee, Donald Freeman and Mrs. Sidney
there will be a Zionist affairs Kramer; and counselor, Mrs. Bert-
symposium and an American af- tram Marx.
fairs symposium regarding state
• • •
aid to parochial schools. Luncheon
Beth Israel Sisterhood will have
will follow an appraisal of Arab-
Jewish relations from pre-Islamic its 37th donor dinner at the syna-
gogue 6 p.m. Sunday.
times to the present.
Ruth Surath. regional education-
al chairman, will be luncheon
speaker. A regular business meet-
ing will follow. A baby sitter will
be available all day.

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David Gotlib, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benzion Gotlib, a student at
As commander of the southern Flint Northern High School, has
front during the Six-Day War, Gen. been cited as a winner in the an-
Gavish headed the forces which nual current affairs contest spon-
swept through Sinai to the Suez sored by Time magazine. The test,
based on news stories in Time,
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BRUSSELS (JTA)—A discussion
on Israel's application for associ-
ate status with the European Com-
mon Market by the Council of

Ministers, the policy-making body
for Euromart, has ended in dis-
agreement and another plan for
further study of the application.
Holland, Belgium, West Ger-
many and Luxemburg want nego-
tiations to be opened immediately
with Israel for a preferential
agreement. But objections were
raised by Foreign Minister Amin-
tore Fanfani of Italy, who stressed
that while Italy had agreed to
negotiate with Israel, he did not
feel that the European Economic
Community, the Euromart organi-
zation, could do so before agree-
ment was reached on Britain's
application for Euromart member-
ship.
The French position remained
unchanged. For political reasons
stemming from the Six-Day War,
France currently opposes any
agreement between the EEC and
Israel.
A special EEC commission has
recommended associate status for
Israel, but because of the dif-
ferences that have arisen it has
been decided that the commission
should "continue its studies" on
the matter. Joseph Luns, the
Dutch foreign minister, cited the
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for his objection to the opening of
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