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May 17, 1968 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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Gubow Assumes the Presidency
of Jewish Community Council

Israel Is Accused of Violating Rights at Teheran Parley

TEHERAN, Iran (JTA) — A
servers to the Teheran confer-
At the conference. a resolution
resolution accusing Israel of vio- ! ence, hoping, but failing, to win
accusing Israel of violating human
official nongovernmental status
Lawrence Gubow, delegate from I evening, two rabbis—one with an lating human rights in the Arab
rights in its occupied Arab terri-
with the international body.
the Jewish War Veterans, Depart- urban temple, the other with a territories it occupied in last
tories was adopted 42-5.
went of Michigan, was elected suburban synagogue — discussed June's war, was adopted by a 42-5
president of the Jewish Community what they believe to be the moral vote at the International Confer- 16 Friday, May 17, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Council Tuesday when representa- commitment of the Jewish com- ence on Human Rights.
lives from Council member organi- munity toward the multi-faceted
The resolution was sponsored by
• ations gathered for the final dole- problems of urban unrest.
Saudi Arabia, Spain and Sudan
, Rabbi Morton M. Kanter of Tem- and amended by 12 Arab states. It
ple Beth El, after describing some carried the full Nv eight of the
of the activities of the temple's Soviet and Arab blocs and their
community affairs committee in supporters among Asian and
the areas of job training and inter- African countries.
The United States, Israel. Bel-
faith action admitted that this is
not enough. "Our institutions and gium, Costa Rica and Uruguay
oted against the resolution and
synagogues in city and suburb
must be congenial homes for us 24 countries abstained.
to act out our concerns by doing • Ambassador Michael Coma y,
. . . Too often," he said, "our chief of the Israeli delegation, as-
synagogues house dances ... plays sailed the resolution and declared
. . and too little else of substan- that Israel "will not pay it respect
or any serious attention."
tive value.
Rejected by a 33-28 vote, with
"We must urge our people to
nine
abstentions, was a draft reso-
shake off their prejudice and, i
sponsored by the Nether-
the words of the prophet, 'get your n -
self a new heart and a neN lands and Uruguay which would
spirit.' " Only in this way, he con _ have had the conference study
eluded, can we "build a new socia the rights of civilians in areas of
order
and meet the urban crisis o f conflict and occupied territories
LAWRENCE GUBOW
but on a broad basis without sin-
our day."
gling out any country or region
gate assembly of the s e a s o n.
Religious guidelines in both Bibl e - for censure. Israel voted for the
Gubow has served as chairman of and Jewish writings were cited b
draft.
the Council's community relations Rabbi Hayim Donin of Cong.
The Soviet government's re-
(But you should come to our
committee for the past two years. Bnai David, who said that the
neging on its promise to permit
Other officers elected to serve Jew's humane response to social
Russian Jews to emigrate for the
sale
even
you just need a
with Gubow for the 1968-69 season inequality has been, in the past, a
purpose of reuniting families
result
of
liberal
orientation
rather
-are vice president. A v e r n L.
desk or chair.)
was assailed by an Israeli dele-
Cohn, Mrs. Samuel Linden and than a conscious effort to follow
gate Judge Zev Zeltner, who
Whatever you need for your office or home,
George M. Zeltzer; secretary, Ed- traditional guidelines:
noted that Soviet Premier Kosy-
"Today's problems, however,
win Shifrin; and treasure r.
you can make a great buy because we just
gin declared in Paris on Dec. 23.
are more complex. The liberal
Hubert J. Sidlow. Retiring presi-
made a great buy. Sales by Iris bought out
1966, that Jews would be allowed
dent, Dr. Samuel Krohn, was pre- establishment itself has been
to leave the country for family
Silver's (the office people) supply of dis-
sented with a plaque as a token - thrown into a sort of crisis." He
reunification.
continued lines, one-of-a-kinclers, slightly
suggested as guidelines for in-
of the assembly's appreciation for
A few hundred emigration cer-
scratched, etc., so they can make room for
volvement such biblical injunc-
his services while in office. Dr.
tificates were granted. but after
their new merchandising program.
tions as "Seek the peace and last June's Six Day War the prac-
Krohn had served as president
Included, naturally, are office furniture,
welfare
of
the
total
community
since 1965.
tice came to an abrupt halt, •Zelt-
equipment,
and accessories from some of
in which you live" (Jeremiah)
ner said.
Positions on the Council's execu-
the biggest names in the business: Harvey
and "Love the stranger in thy . "Family reunification is a hu-
Probber, Metropolitan, RobertJohn, Drexel,
tive committee were filled with the
midst" (Leviticus).
manitarian action outside the
etc. All sales are final, it's all cash & carry.
persons previously listed in The. Rabbi Donin cautioned against a scope of politics," he continued.
For example: if you want a nine-foot con-
Jewish News.
"tendency today to bend back- "It has nothing to do with whether
ference table, bring money and a 10-foot
wards"

otherwise
known
as
Israel
was
an
aggressor.
which
it
A graduate of the University of
truck.
prejudice in reverse — but added, was not or a victor, which it was.
Michigan Law School, G u b,o w
Negroes have been systematically Are old people, infants or invalids
was appointed to his current post
WAS
NOW
short-changed" in the areas of capable of contributing to Israel's
as United States attorney for
Metropolitan
Weekend
Sleeper...5
720.00
$369.00
the Eastern District of Michigan housing jobs, schooling and law war effort?"
Heritage Sofa
enforcement.
by the late President Kennedy
He urged suburban synagogues
Markle Executive "L"
in 1961 and reappointed, in 1966,
to form public affairs committees
by President Johnson.
Fan-top Desk
1,035,00. .. • 575,04
and establish liaison with human
1 Robert Jan Executive "I"
The 1967 recipient of the Jewish relations councils in their res
p
War 'Veterans Man
the Year ec-
Shaped Desk.
,.
tive of
communities.
650.00
Award and a recipient of the St. A Detroit attorney who repre-
2
Harvey
?robber
Pedestal
Arm
Even
if
we
were
to
correct
the
Cyprians Community Award, Gu-
sented the "W o r 1 d Congress of
Chairs
.. 314.0 ea... 150,00 ea.
bow has previously served as a basic urban problems over night,
Free Ukrainians" at the recent In-
said
Rabbi
Donin,
the
Negro
has
vice president of the Community
I
Atoreddi
Chairs—Brown Leather
ternational Conference on Human
Council and as a member of the
Genuine
many emotional and psychologi- Rights in Teheran told the Jewish
. 420.00 ea... 165.00 ea.
Council's executive committee.
cal
scars
from
a
systematic
de-
News
he
feels
the
Soviet
govern-
, privation of rights.
2 Robert John Pedestal Arm Chairs... 265.00 ea,— 133.08 ea.
ment will "probably let the people '
For the program portion of the
I Drexel Italian Desk
"The explosion into retaliation they don't need" leave RuSsia.
575.00
325.00
and revenge is still among the
4 Bribed John Club Chairs
Denys Kwitkowsky said this
.
456.04
ea—
230.00
ea
small minority .
We cannot con- week that the Soviet Union would
Furniture
items,
accessories,
pictures
and
imps
$5.00
•ft4
done violence and looting. but we be more than likely to allow aged
can't condemn all for the sins of and infirm Jews to depart. but
SALE HOURS: Sat., May 18, Sun., May 19, Noon-4 p.m.
a few.
those who occupy important posi-
NOTHING SOLD BEFORE OR AFTER THESE SALE HOURS/
"We must resist the temptation tions in the government and are in
to become part of an armed camp the professions would not be al-
SALES by IRIS at SILVER'S
It cannot lead to peace . . . We lowed to leave.
must cleanse our hearts of ani-
Kwitkowsky and six other
16350
Woodward (2 blks. South of 6 Mile Rd.)
rnosities.
members of the World Congress,
" 'Remember that you were once , which be claims numbers LINN,-
' strangers in the land of Egypt.' " 000 in membership, went as oh-



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if

Detroiter Feels
USSR Will Let
lderly Jelvs Go

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