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January 23, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-23

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Commentary on Israel Today- Young Israel Senior Citizens' Residence

(Continued from Page 2)

There are only 300 Israeli ad-
ministrators in the occupied Arab
areas, in, addition, of course, to
the army , that is seldom in evi-
dence. And this handful supervis-
es affairatthat benefit the Arabs.
An interesting factor: Arabs in
the new Israeli territories are per-
mitted to ‘:consider themselves Jor-
daniani.!. If they had government
jobs, as in the instance of the
Arab expert at the experimental
station here, they continue to draw
Jordanian pay. But they also draw
Israeli pay—again, without restric-
tions. So. ;the vanquished get dou-
ble benefits.
is *
elis are entrenched. They face Suez
fearlessly. Naturally, they are al-
ways indanger, but there is no
panic anYwhere.
Army spokesmen are so skilled,
and they are so free of hate, that
one leaVes them with a sense of
pride in their adherence to a herit-
age that rejects warfare. But they
are ready to face any and all dan-
gers to protect their people and
their land, to assure security for
their families.
Linked with the army, as de-
fense settlements and as eventual
developers of various areas are the
Nahal groups. It is the joint effort
of an army group that devotes con-
siderable time to developing the
land. In Sinai there is a fishing
settlement, Nahal Yam, and there
the visitor, if he is privileged to

that were acquired by the late
Morris Schaver and his wife Em-
ma, the occasion also was high-
lighted by the inauguration of the
Shtetl Exhibition Hall.
Both the Shtetl Hall inauguration
and the presentation of the shtetl
carvings are the result of a deep
interest by Mrs. Schaver, which
was shared by 'her late husband,
in perpetuating interest in Old
World historical relics.
The Californian Berel Satt had
created the carvings and they were
acquared by the Schavers 12 years
ago. They first were displaed in
Stockholm in 1959, during the ses-
sions of the World Jewish Con-
gress, then held in the Swedish
capital. At that time, Detroit's
WJC delegates, this correspondent
and his wife, the Schavers, the
Morris Adlers and Rabbi Leon
Fram, and the Schavers' son It-
zhak, played an active part in the
display of the Satt shtetl carvings.
The Tel Aviv museum is the
proper place to house these carv-
ings, and the presence of Mrs.
Schaver at the presentation was

an appropriate continuation of ded-
ication to art in relation to Jewry

to Be Dedicated in Ceremonies Feb. 5

Dedication ceremonies for- In-
dependence Hall, a 19-story apart-
ment building for senior citizens
in downtown Detroit sponsored by
Young Israel Council of Metropol-
itan Detroit, will take place 11
a.m. Feb. 5. Construction of the
216-unit residence hall began in
June 1968 and will be completed
in February.
Primary function of this facility
is to provide independent living for
modest-income individuals and
couples, 62 years of age and older.
The rent schedule will be $75 to

$110 per unit. The project is non-
sectarian and is open to all senior

members of the community.
More than 300 civic leaders are
expected to attend the ceremonies.
The residence hall contains

services specially designed for
the elderly, including bathrooms
with non-skid ceramic tiled
floors and' grab bars, fireproof
storage space on each floor and
cabinets and closets designed for
the needs of older people.

The lobby will contain a snack
bar. Attendant services such as
community rooms, beauty parlor
and drug store will be located in
the base of the building. The build-
ing will be surrounded by a 15-
acre park, provided by the city.
There will be 72 efficiency units
and 144 one-bedroom units. Bus
transportation to and from the
downtown area will be available
be brought so close to the border
on the corner .
with Egypt, can enjoy the finest
The construction fir m was
Israeli fish — the Arabic-named
Smith and Andrews. Funding was
burri - Malls really the mullet. It's
possible through a $3,024,000
a magnificent product. When the
loan from the office of Housing
war ends, this fishing center should
and Urban Development.
be one of the most productive in
U.S. Sen. Philip A. Hart will
the industry of IsraeL
• • •
be guest speak-
er, and greetings
REHOVOT—At the Weizmann
will be extended
Institute, the new president, Dr:
om Mayor Ro-
Albert B.. Sabin, was enthusiastic
man Gribbs, Rob-
about the new developments in Is-
Knox, former
rael. He took occasion to refer to
director of the
the bomb shelters: a depressing
etroit Housing
but necessary item in all cities,
Commission and
settlements and educational and
research; institutions.
onrad Hallett.
"The bOthb shelter," he said,
"has become the symbol of Is-
sition and support me."
Sen. Hart chairman of the
raeL" Destribing the experiences
board of trustees, and Rabbi Sam-
of the Jewish people and referring
to the catastrophes that destroyed tary aid to overcome the over-
whelming amount of hardware that
Jewish communities, he said:
"Weyer again shall great achieve- goes to the Arabs from France,
ments be followed by catastrophe." Russia, Britain — and the United
Exemplary is the bomb shelter States.
• * *
in Kfar Ruppin, as it is in all the
Ephraim Mizrachi, the popular
kibutzim, moshavim and the cities.
There are 80 children under 10 in King David Hotel barber, contin-
We can fit you
Kfar Ruppin. They live in the shel- ues to befriend Americans, is
1,500 long, short
ters at night. Their life is normal proud of his friendship with Hubert
H. Humphrey, hopes his idol will
in the daytime. Their fears at
days ahead. Sizes
night are vanishing. But the bomb be a winning candidate for the
4 to 44. Priced
shelter remains the symbol in a U. S. Presidency.
$29 to $199.
He traces his Israelism several
land determined, as Dr. Sabin
generations back and he has the
said, that never again shall the
typical country knack of having
labors towards retaining sovereign-
mastered several languages. There
ty be followed by catastrophe.
154 S. Weeisv4r4
are so many like him in fabulous
They say it in Israel: "Shenit
Matzada to tipol"—Masada shall Israel !

uel H. Prero, president of Inde-
pendence Hall, will bring greetings
from the four Young Israel branch-
es in Metropolitan Detroit.

In addition to Allan and Rabbi
Prero, the trustees are Robert
Sosnick, treasurer, and Hillel L.
Abrams, secretary. Members of
the board of directors are Harry
L. Blitz, Sanford Eisenberg, Dr.
Jacob E. Goldman, Rabbi Ernest
E. Greenfield, Morris Karbal,-
Jerome W. Kaman and Phillip

Terrorists Study Hebrew
to Pose as Israelis'

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Arab ter-
rorist group leaders are studying
Hebrew from a textbook prepared
in Amman in order to pose as
Israeli soldiers, a Nablus military
court disclosed.
The disclosure was made during
bearings in the - case of Ahmed
Wahid Katalni, who is accused of
membership in A Saiqua, a Syrian-
sponsored guerrilla group.
According to the testimony, Ka-
talni _knew Hebrew and used that
language to pose as an Israeli
soldier and collect food for his
men who were hiding in the'hills.



T. Fusco, Assoc. is the
architectural firm, in cooperation
with the engineering firm of Hol-
forty, Widrig, O'Neill, King and
Associates, Inc.
Some apartments, for March 1
occupancy, are still available. For



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• * *
Arab terrorism did have an ef-
fect on tourism. The attacks on
Israeli planes, the bombings, espe-
cially the scare headlines in news-
papers in many countries contrib-
uted towards the decline in 1969
to 408,000 tourists from the previ-
ous year's 438,000. -
But it's picking up anew. De-
cember showed a 6 per cent in-
crease over the same month in
1968 and the hotels are nearly
fully booked for Passover and for
the months before and after. Like
the Arab boycott, the terror scare
is diminishing in scale.
* * ■
Now Golda Meir is called a hawk.
Why? Is it because her chief pro-
test—like that of the State Depart-
ment and of all of us—is against
the immorality of French actions
and the latest French move to give
Libya (for Nasser) 100 planes?
What is it that Golda asks? A
direct quote:
"All I ask is that all Ameri-




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not fall a second time. And what
they mean is: "Never again an-
other Auschwitz."
• • •
TEL AVIV—A noteworthy event
of special interest to Detroiters
took place here Jan. 13. Marking
the presentation, to the Museum
of Ethnography and Folklore in
the Tel Aviv Museum Haaretz, of
the Berel Satt wood sculptures

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