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March 27, 1970 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-27

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M. E. Expert Urges
Withdrawal From-
()cettpied Areas

NEW YORK (..ITM—U.S. inter-
VMS in the Middle East "clearly
lie with Israel•" and the U.S. must
help prevent Soviet ground action
on the Arab's behalf because it
would - upset the entire balance in
the region. -
But Israel must in turn agree to
a peace settlement that would in•
elude withdrawal from the occu-
pied terriuris and the demilitari-
zation of Sinia and the Golan
Heights. These are the conclusions
of John Scott. special correspond-
ent and assistant to the publisher
of Time Magazine, in a 132-page
report titled "The Middle East et
War,•' released to the press.
Replying on personal observa-
and interviews throughout
t to
the Mid East last year. Scott de-
clares that Israel has a right to
exist because "The fact is that the
''N and most of the - world's na-
v.ins, including the U.S. and the '
USSR had recognized the state of
Israel by 1949, and the issue should
have hene closed at that time."
In addition, "By failing to resigi -.
from the UN after Israel was ad- •
milted, the Arab governments do
facto recognized the existence of
Israel as a legitimate nation."
Scott criticizes the United Na-
tions for withdrawing its Mid
East forces at Egypt's request;
for settling for a ceasefire in-
stead of "imposing real peace."
and (or feeding the refugees and
thus permitting them to live in
"isolated, parasitic enclaves for
20 years," building up hatred for
he states. "well
The UN,"
mi•aningly 11undered onto a course
of action which has proved coon-
ter-elfeetive and has made the
refugees on obstacle to any perma-
nent solution."
The writer recommends the cre-
ation of "a new Palestinian state,
comprising the West Bank, the
Gaza Strip and mainly-Arab parts
et the pre-1967 Israel.
Israel anal Jordan would guaran-
tee the new state's security and
the UN refugee. camps would he
closed. S,Ixt's proposed peace plan
would also include universal free-
dom of navigation through the
Suez Canal and adjacent water-
ways; Moslem - Christian • Jewish
control LI Jerusalem: mutual rec-
ogntion of all Mid 'East states and
tie initiotion of arms-reduction
talks with Big Four observation.
Scott recommends that the Arabs
agree to ne,intiations with Israel.
While direct talks ;would be "poli-
tically awkward" for President
Gamal Abdel Nasssr, "in the
w.irld -of political reality men arc
,:tten forced to do awkward_ and
unpleasant things."
While the Arabs "have not ne-
cessarily lost the war" despite
having lost "three decisive bat•
tles " Scott notes, it is "(a) fact
that the Arabs have been talking
about destroying Israel for 20
years without ever coming close
to so doing." If Egypt did not
agree to talks and were subse-
quently defeated again by Israel,
the Russians might be forced to
" abandon their expensive sup-
port of the Arabs," leaving them
"disarmed and bankrupt."
Yet the correspondent does not
believe that the Kremlin will
- allow" the Arabs to start another
war and it is "equally unlikely"
that Israel will declare one.
He concludes, "Israel warts
peace with security, the Russians
want the continuation of a semi-
war, and the Arabs want victory.
In this simplistic equation, our in-
terests clearly lie with Israel."

PEC's Earnings Up 25%

NEW YORK — The Palestine
- Economic Corp. office here reports
net income of $1,104,139 or 51.25
fifer share for the 12 months ended
Dec. 31, 1969, compared with $870,-
345 or 98 cents for the year 1968.
The company paid a cash
dividend of 80 cents per common
share (last year: 65 cents) on Jan.
14 to its 10,000 stockholders in the

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to Rich,' rd Lewis .l lint:::

16—Friday, March 27, 1970





Hint News

March 29—Tween Bowling Pro
gram, 3 p.m., Town and Coun
try Lanes.
—Beth Israel Sisterhood Purim
Donor Dinner, 6 p.m.
30—Beth Israel Sisterhood Board
Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
—Temple Beth El Board Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.
31—Bnai Brith Board Meeting,
8:30 p.m.
April 1—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Institute, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
2—JWVA Meeting, 8:30 p.m.
Cong. Beth Israel 3oard Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.


'365' Luncheon Draws Women Leaders

The Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish
War Veterans will have its install.
ation of officers at a "coffee des-
sert" with games following 7:30
p.m. April 9 at El Rancho Res-
taurant. In honor of Mrs. Morris
Steinman, a contribution has been
sent to Tel Hashomer Hospital in
Israel by the Ladies Auxiliary of
Jewish War Veterans. A new tele-
vision set and electric shavers
were presented recently to the
Saginaw Veterans Hospital by
Mrs. Antoinette Curran, and a
contribution given for tapes for
servicemen and nurses in Vietnam.



Judith Susan Epstein became the
bride of Richard Lewis Mintz in
an afternoon wedding Sunday at
Temple Beth El, with Rabbi Hillel
Millgram of Cong. Beth Israel
The couple's parents are Mts.
Benjamin Epstein of Kensington
Ave. and the late Mr. Epstein and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Raymond
Mintz of Norwalk. Cann.
Following a wedding trip to
Williamsburg, Va., the couple
plans to live in McLean, Va.
The bride wore a gown of silk
shantung, with a mock bolero
bodice formed of Venice lace. The
lace was repeated in a daisy
motif on the hem of the A-line
skirt, and French knot grape
clusters and tatting edged the
high-rise neckline. Matching lace
edged the waist-length mantilla of
English silk illusion. She carried
her mother's prayer book with a
Flemish bouquet of roses, Ste-
phanotis, Shasta daisies and
babies' breath.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Wil-
liam Sudo• of Philadelphia; and
bridesmaid was Mrs. Richard
Herzog. The bridegroom's broth?r
Alan was best man, and another
brother, Douglas, was usher.

United Jewish Appeal Women's Division leaders attending the
"365 Luncheon" for dollar-a-day donors include (from left) Mrs. B.
Morris Pelavin, hostess; Women's Division chairmen Mrs. Emil
Schupack, Mrs. Arnold Schaffer and Mrs. Sam Cossman; and hon-
orary chairman, Mrs. William Bailies. Not pictured is honorary
chairman Mrs. Morris Gold.

Honor Birthday Girl

The Senior Friendship Club of
the Flint Jewish Community Coun
cil held a double celebration last
week. At a Purim Party, Mrs.
Rose Leff was honored on the oc-
casion of h thd Israel
Sendler gave a presentation on
Purim. Dr. Evelyn Golden, ad-
viser, showed the filmed telecast
from Israel featuring Golda Meir,
Abba Eban and Moshe Dayan.
Mrs. Leff provided refreshments.

Nano. Leavitt to Ma rg

n Edward Charlson

Beth Israel Sisterhood will spon-
sor an all-day institute on "How
Long for Judaism" 9:30 a.m.-
3 p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Israel. The program will include
a continental breakfast follower
by an open Michigan Branch
board meeting.
At 11:30, there will be a talk by
Dr. Evelyn Garfiel, a member of
the faculty at the Women's Insti
lute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. She is a
graduate of Barnard College and
holds a PhD in psychology from
Columbia University. Her book,
"Service of the Heart," helps
make the prayer book more mean-
ingful in contemporary terms.
Luncheon will follow the speak-
Institute chairman is Mrs. Arn-
old Schaffer; tickets, Mrs. Mason
Himelhoch; publicity,' Mrs. Harry
Weisberger and Mrs. Harry New-
man; and discussion groups, Mes-
dames Sam Gotlib, Aaron Weston,
Milton Siegel and Edward Osher.
The luncheon will be prepared by
Mrs. Charles Weinstein and her
The community is invited.

The Flint Jewish Community
Council's Lapeer visiting commit-
tee, under the direction of Mrs.
Esther Harris, provided a Purim
barty at the Lapeer State Home
March 13. Attending with Mrs.
Harris were Mesdames Richard
Siegel, .Harry Feldman and Yale
Smith. Contributions were by
Mesdames Charles Hourvitz, Phil-
ip Fisher and Sol Schafer.

Bar Mitzva


Martin Saltiel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Saltiel, will be call-
ed to the Torah as Bar Mitzva
April 4 at Cong. Beth Israel.

Helen Bas, ninth grader at Long-
fellow Junior High School, has
been invited to appear with the
Flint Symphony Orchestra April
4 in Whiting Auditorium.

March 28-11STY Nomination
April 2—Temple Emanuel
Sisterhood Board
5—Temple Men's Club

Sisterhood Sets
All-Day Institute

Andra W. Blum received a
bachelor's degree from Michigan
State University at winter term
commencement exercises t his

Youth on The Move

Grand Rapids
News Notes

Comings ...
. . . Goings

Barbara Faller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Failer, will be
called to the Torah as Bat Mitzva
April 4 at Temple Beth El.


Mrs. Ethel Leavitt announces
the engagement of her daughter
Nancy Ann to Alan Edward Charl-
son, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Charlson of Indiana, Pa. The
couple will be graduated from the
University of Michigan in May,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kanstor and Mr. Charlson will enter law
of Jericho, N.Y.. announce the school.
engagement of their daughter Sar-
A June wedding is planned.
ah Leah to Amikan Laish, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arie Laish of Tel
Aviv. The Kanstors are formerly Negev Land Reclaimed
of East Grand Rapids. Miss Kan-
stors received a masters degree for French Immigrants
SAFED—Moshav Hazon, the new
in education from Adelphi Univer-
sity, New York, and will begin a settlement in central Galilee, will
doctoral program at the Hebrew receive an additional 75 acres cur-
University this summer. Her fi- rently being reclaimed by the Jew-
ance, an army veteran, is com- ish National Fund. This will bring
pleting a degree in Tel Aviv. They to a total of 175 acres the area
plan to marry July 5 in Tel Aviv. prepared by the fund for the isolat-
ed village established in July 1969
on the slopes of Mt. Jiazon.
Joseph N. Schwartz of Robin-
The land will be used for the cul-
son Rd. has been named Marketing
Man of the Year by the West tivation of vegetables and fruit
Michigan Chapter of the American trees.
In addition, the JNF has cut
Marketing Association. Schwartz
access roads from the main high.
is marketing manager at Herman
way to the settlement and from
Miller, Inc., whose world head-
the village site to the mountain
quarters is in Zeeland. He and his
summit and is restoring the na•
wife Rana have four children.

tural woodlands on the mountain.
Hazon's peak, which rises 2,000
Nanette Carol Baer, daughter of
feet above sea level, is planned
Mrs. Jerome Siegel Baer Sr. of
to be developed as a resort area.
Normandy Dr., is in New York
The settlers of Moshav Hazon
City on a tour sponsored by the
division of language, literature and are married couples in their early
philosophy at Stephens College, 20s from co-operative villages in
Columbia, Mo., where she is a stu- Galilee. Most have preschool-age

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