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February 21, 1969 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-21

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Sot Line' to Cool
Urban Tensions

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Israel
Israel Fashion Knit Firm LA Mayor Warns
Nuclear Pact
Sees 20 Pct. Export Rise Not to Sign
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Mayor Coeds to Study Hebrew
RAMAT-GAN—The Israeli knit-

wear industry is preparing for a
major expansion in 1969 by recruit-
ing manpower to meet the needs
of a boom in export sales.
According to Yaakov Lessinger,
president of Dorina Knits Ltd.,
veteran Israeli fashion leader, the
country's knitwear trade may be
able to lift overseas sales, a record
$9,000,000 in 1968, by one-fifth this
year if it succeeds in attracting
the needed skilled manpower and
new women employes.

Another Look at Tolstoy

Arthur J. Goldberg, president
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, and John Noreen, assistant
dbector of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of
Colored People, announce a "hot
One" among 2$ Negro, Jewish,
Protestant and Catholic agencies
Se assure prompt communication
and joint action on community
problems. At a news conference
they also urged mayors of U.S.
cities to set up panels to mediate
community relations Issues before
they "escalate out of all propor-
tion."

Devotees of Tolstoy who lack the
time to read a long and weighty
study of his life, will want to turn
to one of Dover's latest paper-
backs, "Tolstoy" by George Rapall
Noyes. This well-known - biogra-
phical study offers a succinct, per-
ceptive treatment of the master's
life and work that will greatly add
to an appreciation of his writings.
The author, late professor of
Slavic languages at the University
of California, was an expert in the
literature of Russia and in Russian
social thought who bad access to
the Tolstoy archives. He also met
with Tolstoy several times and
these meetings gave him fascinat-
ing insights to the Tolstoy person-
ality—a curious succession of selves
that started life a spoiled aristocrat
and finished as a mystic.

Telephone Gives Comfort
to Unwed, to Elderly Jews

CLEVELAND (JTA) — One of
four Cleveland rabbis serving on
a newly created Cleveland Clergy
Consultation Service on Abortions
has reported that his experience
on the panel has indicated that
abortion is not necessarily always
the answer to the problem of an
unwanted pregnancy.
Rabbi Stephen S. Goldrich was
one of the Cleveland clergymen
asked to participate on a rotating
basis on a panel to provide coun-
sel to women seeking advice on
abortion. The clergymen have
taped a message on a phone•in-
number which gives names and
telephone numbers of ministers
and rabbis offering such counsel-
ing. Other rabbis in 'the program
are Arthur J. Lelyveld, Mordecai
flebrelber and Frank Stern.
Rabbi Goldrich said that it was
hoped that the telephone service
could help to dramatize the need
Ike legislative reform in the field
and that another function was to
keep girls from going to "butch-
ers" and from trying to arrange
self-induced abortions. He said
Most of the calls he had received
appeared to be from women un-
affiliated with any religious con-
gregation. He stresses that he and
the other participants were serving
on an individual basis and not rep-
resenting their congregations.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Family
Service and the Dallas section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women have started a telephone
service to older Jewish persons
Swing alone as shut-ins and
semi-invalids.
The service developed from a
study of such elderly Jews which
indicated that many of them long-
ed for some kind of companion-

Sam W. Yorty, of Los Angeles,
warned Israel not to sign the nu-
clear non-proliferation treaty lest
she weaken her position in dealing
with her hostile Arab neighbors.
Mayor Yorty was a participant
in a panel discussion with Rabbi
Jacob M. Ott, chairman of the
American Zionist Council of Los
Angeles, and Rabbi Hillel E. Sil-
verman of Temple Sinai here. The
subject under discussion was
whether the United Nations had a
double standard for dealing with
disputes between Israel and the
Arab states.
Mayor Yorty said that Israel
"has the technical know-how to
build atom bombs for her own
defense . . . little Israel had bet-
ter depend upon herself."

Mizrachi Women to Build
Girls' School in Tel Aviv
The Mizrachi
NEW YORK

NEW YORK — A group of eight
students will leave Jan. 28 for six
months of study in Israel as mem-
bers of Yeshiva University Wom-
en's Organization-Teachers Insti-
tute for Women (TIW) Israel Sem-
inar. The contingent will depart
two days before 20 TIW students
return from their program of
study at Mahon Gold in Jerusa-

teer, the program will unearth in-
dications of other problems, such
as the need for medical, financial
and emotional counseling. NCJW
members have been given orienta-
tion courses by the JFS which is
supervising their activities.

100,000 Trees to Protect
Mount of Olives Forest

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Jewish
*Hostel Fund announced that it
has planted 100,000 trees just east
of the Mount of Olives in a forest
that was started some time ago
by the Jordanian forestry depart-
ment. The Jiff' said the forest had
been threatened because of sparse
planting and the development of
numerous bare spots.

Education in Jerusalem

lem, part of the institute's intensi-
fied effort to meet the demand for
more and better qualified Hebrew
teachers.
Rabbi Baruch N. Faivelson.
director, said this marks the first
time since the seminar's inception
15 years ago that two groups
will be taking part in the program
during one academic year.

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Women's Organization of America
will construct a major comprehen-
sive high school for girls in co-
operation with the municipality of
Tel Aviv, it was announced here
by Mrs. Aaron Leifer of Brook1371,
national president.
The new high school, scheduled
to open in the latter half of 1970,
will be part of a unique education-
al center being built to provide for'
He who wants to do everything the cultural, educational, athletiel
will never do anything. — Andre recreational and vocational needs
of Tel Aviv's teen-age population.
Maurois.

S officials said that in addi-
JF
tion to the friendly voice of a volun-

Friday, February 21, 1969-17

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