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September 19, 1969 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-19

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Analysis of UN and Mid East Crisis

There are several factors in
"The UN and the Middle East
Crisis, 1967," by Arthur Lall, pub- '
lished by Columbia University
Press, that indicate the value of
this work in its analytical state.
The author, presently adjunct
professor of international affairs
at Columbia University, had been
Indian ambassador to the United
Nations. There is no doubt that he
is among the best informed men
on the subject relating to the UN
and he indicates a thorough ap-
preciation of the needs for proper
and firm action to deal with the
Middle East situation.

ous bearing on the present time.
For instance, in relation to the dis-
cussions at the UN, he wrote:
"Many of the nonaligned spoke
privately in strong terms, deeply
dismayed at the uncompromising
position of the Arabs. Of course,
the nonaligned fully realized and
supported to the hilt the Arab de-
mand for withdrawal of Israeli
forces. but every diplomat knows
that no negotiation can possibly
succeed on terms of satisfying the
demands of only one party to an
international conflict or dispute.
Indeed, on this basis, no negotia-
tion can even begin. What is even
But his work was written as more serious is that on this basis
of the Six-Day War, and there no international relations of a
is no doubt that he would have peaceful character are possible."

approached his subject different-
ly had he written the book now.
Nevertheless, there are applic-

able approaches that have a seri-

Brevities

June and January graduates of the
1939 CLASS OF CENTRAL HIGH
SCHOOL are planning their first
30th year; reunion Nov. 22 at the
Hillcrest Country Club. Buffet din-
ner and dancing will be featured.
For information, contact Esther
Willis Fealk, 353-2294, Harry Sil-
verman, 342-3300, or Esther Kolin
Graff, 399-0628. Also, the 1949
CENTRAL CLASS will hold a re-
union 8 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Hill-
crest Country C I u b. Keynote
speaker will be a classmate. State
Senator Sander Levin. Music will
be provided by the (classmate)
Dick Stein Band. There will be a
nominal charge for the buffet din-
ner. For information, write Mrs.
Gerald Gerger (Renee Dater).
21455 Glenmorra, Southfield, or
call Jerry Stein, LI 5-6300.
* * *
Norman N. Robbins, president of
the Michigan Inter - Professional
Association on Marriage, Divorce
and the Family, Inc., announce
that a meeting to be held at Mc-
Gregor Memorial Center, Wayne
State University, 4 p.m. Monday.
Dr. Emanuel Tanay, program
chairman,' will sponsor a program
on the subject "THE NEW MO-
RALITY." Panel members include
Rev. Gerald O'Grady, Dr. Henry
Krystal and Joseph P. McCarthy.
* * *
AARON COPLAND will conduct
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
for the first time Sept. 25 and 27 in
Ford Auditorium.
* * *
The 104-year-old Theodore Hamm
Brewing Co., following its success-
ful entry into show business in
July, will send its hit musical pro-
duction, "AMERICA SINGS," on
a second cross-country swing. The
admission-free show will appear
8 p.m. Monday at Masonic Audi-
torium Concert Hall.
* * *
"POLISH STARS PARADE
19439". consisting of music, humor
and acrobatic numbers will be
held 3 p.m. Sunday at Masonic
Temple's Scotish Rite Cathedral.
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Robert Israels Announce
DalighterNamy's Troth

Having written this work after
the UN debates of the Middle
East in 1967, Dr. Lall assumed
an attitude of faith, stating:
"Never was the prospect of
peace in the Middle East bright-
er than at the beginning of 1968.
The chances of moving forward
from the armistice regime insti-
tuted 19 years previously were
good and solid. Only grave er-
rors on the part of the inter-
national community could fail to
convert this opportunity into a
reality."
Have these errors been commit-
ted? Surely, Dr. Lall's expressed

hope for peace is deterred. His
analyses of the situation in }Or
interesting book nevertheless
well worth studying for an ape-
elation of an objective approacl
a serious issue.

Business
Brevities

Maurice A. Betman, of PROFES
SIONAL PLANNING A S S O C I
ATES, attended the Ninth Annua
Tax Seminar on Professional Cor
porations in Grand Rapids, pre
sented by the Institute of Contin
uing Legal Education, in co-opera
Lion with the taxation section of
the State Bar of Michigan.



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gagement of their daughter Nancy
Jean to Gilbert Alan Getz, son of
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Getz of
Greenfield Rd., Royal Oak.
Miss Israel attends Wayne State
University. Mr. Getz received his
BS and MS degrees from Wayne
State University.
A Dec. 18 wedding is planned.

Devout Irish Contractor

Helps Yeshiva for Deaf

NEW YORK (JTA) — An Ortho-
dox-sponsored Hebrew Institute for
the Deaf expects to enter its own
building in Brooklyn next month,
after three years of operation in
rented facilities, because "a devout
Irish contractor" undertook the re-
quired renovation of the structure
without assurance of full and im-
mediate payment, a spokesman
said.
Rabbi Moshe M. Ebstein, founder
and dean of the school, indicated
that completion of the facilities in-
volved the sum of $170,000, which
supporters of the school are now
seeking to raise. The contractor

agreed to proceed with the renova-

tion of the building on assurances
that enough money would be
placed in escrow to enable him to
pay for his materials and labor,
with notes for the balance.

The project was started by
Rabbi Ebstein in his home with
a group of four hard-of-hearing
toys. In the second year, the
school obtained a State Board of
Regents charter and began ac-
cepting deaf children. A kinder-
garten was added that year.
During the 1967-68 school year,
the school had 20 pupils, age 5
to 11. A nursery also has been
started. The pupil-teacher ratio „.
at the school is one teacher to
five pupils, Rabbi Ebstein re-
ported.

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The annual has served as a
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store. The downtown store and Jewish and Semitic learning since
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tion and tolerance to influence
MISS NANCY ISRAEL
relations rather than to insist
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Israel of
on total victory for one side and
Strathmoor Ave. announce the en-
total defeat for the other."

Further, Dr. Lall states that:
"If arms limitation agreements
could be instituted in the Middle
East, in the subcontinent of South
Asia, and in other trouble spots,
valuable experience in dealing
with problems of disarmament
control and inspection would be
acquired . . . The Arab states and
even Israel might balk at the
prospect of being made a test case
in regard to disarmajnent mat-
ters . . ." He does add the point
that "there must be no suspicion
that the leading states are com-
placently laying down desiring
arrangement for the rest of the
world without bestirring them-
selves and adjusting their own
international policies."

INTRODUCING
OUR

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of Hebrew Union College
will be presented 7:30 p.m. Tues- a fa mliarization trip visiting in 38-Volume Reprint

GLEN OAKS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 19, 1969-41
77-
Regular examinations can en- •
able your doctor to decide whether '
a rise in your blood pre,ssjire is
temporary or persistent, and
-whether treatment is necessary,
says the Michigan Heart Associa-
tion.

sible through a contribution by
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedman of
Sussex Ave., in honor of Albert

Elazar, superintendent of the
United Hebrew Schools, for 20
years' service to Jewish education
in Detroit.

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people who arc really fascinating—
people who know absolutely every-
thing and people whb know abso-
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