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August 09, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, August 9, 1968

Beth Joseph Sponsors Youth Center
at Its New Home, •Mishkan Israel

A youth center to be built adjacent to Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nusach Hari-Lubavitcher Center is negotiated by the leadership of
Mishkan Israel and Cong. Beth Joseph Anshei Rizhin, which is
sponsoring the construction. Holding the agreement for the new
building are Hyman Karp, Beth Joseph president, and Rabbi Moshe
Polter, Mishkan Israel president. Also in the picture are (front row)
Rabbi Jacob Kranz, spiritual leader of Mishkan Israel, and Isadore
Starr, Mishkan Israel secretary; and (back row) Erwin Hollander,
Mishkan Israel treasurer, and Dave Berman, Beth Joseph treasurer.
*
Hyman Karp, president of Cong.
Beth Joseph Anshei Rizhin, and
Rabbi Moshe Polter, president of
Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach
H'ari
— Lubavitcher Center, an-
LOUISE LIBERSON of Parkside
Ave. and LINDA SEGEL of War- nounce that Beth Joseph will spon-
rington Dr., were recent partici- sor a youth center as an addition
pants in a high school journalism to Mishkan Israel.
The center will house the youth
workshop at the University of
Michigan. Both girls attend Mum- activities of the local Lubavitch
movement, some of which are a
ford High School.
children's Judaica library, religi-
* * *
ous schools, student council and
At the Key Club International's pre-kindergarten. The new center
recent 25th annual convention in
Montreal, Phillip R. Kaplan, 17, a also will feature lounge and He-
member of the Key Club of War- brew school offices.
Contracting for the erecting of
•en High School, Downey, Cailf.,
was elected pres- the building is under way.
The members of Beth Joseph
ident and Elliott
Sigal of Indian- and its affiliates—Rizhiner Farein
apolis, was elec- and sisterhood—will make use of
ted one of 12 in- the center and existing premises
ternational trus- of Mishkan Israel, as its new home
tees. Key Club and headquarters.
International is a
high school boys' Modern Delicatessen
service organiza-
tion sponsored by Looks the Same Though
Kiwanis Interna-
tional. There are Ownership Changed
Key Clubs total-
Kaplan
The popular Modern Delicatessen
ing 90,000 members in the United on Fenkell and Holmur, while it
States, Canada, the Bahamas and has changed ownership, will re-
:Puerto Rico.
main under the same management,
according to the new owners, Rich-
ard and George Gunsberg.
Chalutz USY Seeking
The Gunsbergs, who are broth-
New Members for Fall
ers, have been in the meat business
Chalutz United Synagogue Youth for many years with L. Gunsberg
of Cong. Beth Moses is welcoming and Sons on Brewster and East
new members for its second sea- Forest.
Modern's former owner, M a x
son of activities for pre-teens (age
Krugel, has retired. Manager of
12 or in the 7th 'grade).
For placement on the member- the delicatessen is Irving Kahn.
The Gunsbergs stressed there
ship mailing list, young people are would
no change in the delicat-
asked to send their name, address, essen's be
operation. L. Gunsberg and
phone number and age to Jean Sons and
Gunsberg Brothers Pack-
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WASHINGTON (JTA) — In re-
sponse to a request by Rep. Joel
T. Broyhill, North Carolina Re-
publican, that Communist and Arab
propaganda activities in the United
States be investigated, J. Walter
Yeagley, assistant attorney gen-
eral, has informed the Congress-
man that "the activities of the
Organization of Arab Students
among other student organizations
have been a matter of continuous
inquiry by the Department of
Justice for more than 10 years."
"On the basis of the information
made available to this depart-
ment," Yeagley noted, "it does
not appear that the Organization
of Arab Students . . . is acting
within the United States at the
direction or control of a foreign
government."
"We endeavor to keep abreast
of the activities of individuals and
organizations of both the extreme
left and the extreme right and are
following these activities very
closely," he said.
Yeagley added that "the inves-
tigation on Sirhan B. Sirhan and
all ramifications of the Robert

Pinhas Sapir Takes Over
as Mapai Party Chieftain

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Former Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas. Sapir was
elected secretary-general of the
Israel Labor Party here last week-
end succeeding Mrs. Golda Meir,
who resigned last month.
He said that his main task in of-
fice would be to eliminate the "last
vestiges of separate identity"
among the Mapai, Ahdut Avoda
and Rafi factions which merged
earlier this year to form Israel's
largest political party.
Sapir resigned from his ministry
post Sunday but will remain in the
coalition cabinet as a minister
without portfolio. He will, however,
remain active in recruiting foreign
capital and investments for Israel.
Only one vote was cast in opposi-
tion to his election and there were
two abstentions.
Mrs. Meir, who had been secre-
tary general of the Labor Party
since its formation, said that she
would continue to give aid and ad-
vice in all party matters.
The cabinet officially approved
the appointment of Zeev Sharef,
minister of commerce and indus-
try, to the post of finance minister
vacated by Sapir. Sharef will hold
both portfolios. The cabinet also
approved the re-appointment of Dr.
Zvi Dinstein as deputy minister of
finance. Dr. Dinstein served in that
capacity under Sapir.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban re-
ported at the cabinet meeting on
continuing efforts to secure the
release of the Israeli jet airliner
which has been held by Algeria
since it was hijacked by Arab ter-
rorists July 23.
He also reported on the dispute
with United Nations Secretary-
General U Thant who blamed Is-
rael last Friday for allegedly block-
envoy to investigate the condition
ing the appointment of a special
of refugees in the aftermath of the
June 1967 Arab-Israel war. Israel
has stated its readiness to coop-
erate with the inquiry but insists
that the UN emissary include the
persecutions in the Arab countries
in his survey.
The minister of posts, Israel
Yeshayahu, told the cabinet that
the Israel-France Mediterranean
cable which will connect Israel di-
rectly with the principal communi-
cations centers of Europe is near-
ing completion. The cable will pro-
vide Israel with many channels for
international telephone, telegraph
and teleprinter communications.

F. Kennedy assassination is con- among the Arab organizations here,
tinuing." Rep. Broyhill had asked Black Power groups and "the so-
about possible links between the called New Left."
assassination of Sen. Kennedy
and Arab opposition to Sen. Ken-
nedy's stand on Middle East
issues.
In his letter to Attorney General
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Ramsey Clark requesting the in-
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and other Arab leaders urged
Arabs throughout the world to
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Sen. Kennedy, according- to the
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