32—Friday, July 24, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Rep. Barry Goldwater Jr. Labels
McGovern M.E. Proposals Unrealistic
January Wedding Set AJCongress Elects Selling President
by Beth Gail Goldfarb
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep. McGovern also suggested a "uni-
Barry Goldwater Jr., son and lateral" Israeli-allocated "escrow
namesake of the 1964 Republican account" for compensation of Pal-
presidential nominee, Tuesday at- estinian refugees as possibly "the
tacked Sen. George S. McGovern's greatest single step toward peace;"
Middle East proposals of Monday Arab governmental responsibility
as "short-sighted," "unrealistic" for terrorist aggression from Arab
soil: Israeli and Arab acceptance
The first-term Republican, who of United Nations forces on their
was elected in April 1969, and is land; and Palestinian participation
one-quarter Jewish, criticized the in peace negotiations if the Arab
South Dakota Democrat's recom- governments request it.
Sen. John Tower, Republican of
mended prohibition of Israeli use
of American jets for "forays over Texas and a leading conservative,
called for a Mid East peace en-
(Sen. McGovern, who was one of forced by the U.S. and the Soviet
the 76 senators who last month Union, not by the United Nations.
"There seems to be," he said in
urged Secretary of State William
MISS BETH GOLDFARB
P. Rogers to sell Israel 125 more a radio interview, "more of a dis-
jets, recommended that American position on the part of the Soviets
and Mrs. Sam Goldfarb of
planes not be used by Israel for
talks about the resolution of the Birch Ridge Rd., Southfield, an-
"forays over Arab territory."
the engagement of their
(American aircraft is intended to
Sen. Henry Bellmon, Democrat daughter Beth Gail to Edward
provide "sufficient airpower to
son of Mr. and
make it clear that Israel could of Oklahoma and former governor
repel any attack that might be of that state, rejected the Senate Mrs. Solomon Superfon of Strat-
launched against it," he advised letter to Secretary Rogers as "the
A January wedding is planned.
the Senate, "(but) armed incur- same sort of indiscretion that got
sions across the battle lines . . . us involved in Southeast Asia."
should be halted. The United States He said in a television interview
should express clearly its wish that that such a plea should not have
the aircraft sold to Israel not be been issued without full Senate
used for such incursions."
(Such a directive, he said, "would
signal to the Arab leaders the
American intention to seek directly
some restraint on the part of
(The senator, who opposes Amer-
ican military aid to South Vietnam,
described the two situations as
the association of
Esther P. Galin,
In his statement, Rep. Goldwater
with its commer-
cial industrial di-
"Such an unrealistic requirement
would reduce Israeli air suprem-
acy in the Suez Canal area, thereby
- Mrs. Galin
intensifying Egyptian air infiltra-
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tion. Restrictions on the use of
Sylvia Alpert announces the
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opening of SYLVIA'S - FASHIONS,
possibility of an Egyptian-Soviet.
26571 W. 12 Mile, just west of
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Northwestern Hwy. She will carry
"In short," he said, "Sen. Mc-
sportswear, cocktail dresses, brides-
Govern's proposal could tie the
maids' gowns, jewelry and more.
hands of the Israeli Air Force
in contending with Soviet mili-
Former Nazi Works
tary assistance in the Middle
East and could escalate the con-
in East German Gov't.
flict." The proposal, he said, "is
BONN (JTA)—A former Soviet
Friends of Bar-Ilan University will
short-sighted because it does not
who was a high ranking SS
be held at the Shaarey Zedek on
consider the total picture."
Rep. Goldwater likened Israeli Dec. 2, it was announced this week. officer until the end of World War
now working in the council
Phillip Stollman, national chair-
military strength to that of the
American-South Vietnamese alli- man of American Friends of Bar- of ministers of the East German
informed sources said.
ance in the Far East. "We are still Ilan University, stated that Abra-
Heinz Felfe, who started his SS
heavily involved in Vietnam to- ham Borman has been named the
career under the personal protec-
day," he said, "because some poli- honoree at the 1970 dinner.
tion of SS Reich-leader Heinrich
ticians have been able to cripple
Himmler, was cleared in a de-
the execution of essential ground,
Nazification investigation by the
air and naval action. It would ap-
British at the end of the war.
pear that Sen. McGovern, as the
• Until his arrest as a Soviet spy,
author of an amendment restrict-
Felfe had infiltrated the West Ger-
ing United States action in Viet-
nam, is not content with trying to
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN man government's counter-espion-
tie the hands of his own country POST and AUXILIARY will en- age organization. Felfe's role as a
in dealing with Communist aggres- terain 50 muscular dystrophy Soviet spy was revealed in 1961 by
sion, but is now trying to tie the children and their families at their KGB Major Anatol Golzyn after
hands of Israel in dealing with annual all-day picnic Aug 2 at Golzyn defected to the West and
Communist-backed aggression in Peterson Park. Refreshments will was interrogated by the CIA. In
the Middle East."
be served and entertainment will 1963, Felfe was convicted of es-
The younger Goldwater recently be offered by ventriloquist and pionage and sentenced to 13 years'
returned from the Mid East, magician Mark Kandel, assisted imprisonment.
He was later exchanged for a
where he was one of only a hand- by Jo Ellen Kandel. A group sing-
ful of American politicians permit- along will be led by Ira Glass and Western spy and returned to the
ted to visit secret Israeli Air Force Jan Goldsmith. Anyone wishing to Soviet Union.
Felfe began his SS career at the
facilities. He also met with Foreign assist may contact child welfare
Minister Abba Eban and visited chairman Freda Horowitz , 399- age of 25 under the personal pro-
of Heinrich Himmler and
the Golan Heights, Lebanon and 8752.
quickly rose to the position of SS
the notorious security
On July 2, the day after Presi-
BLOCH ROSE POST and AUX-
dent Nixon's televised "conversa- ILIARY will hold its annual picnic head bureau where Adolf Eich-
and carried out his
tion," Rep. Goldwater agreed that Sunday at the Oak Park Recrea-
the Mid East is "truly more po- tional Center. Family and friends plans for the extermination of Eu-
tentially dangerous than the Indo- are to bring their own lunch. There
will be games and prizes. For in-
In April, following a 10-day
formation, call President Annette Brochures on Israel Trip
visit to the Mid East, he stated
Braunstein, BR 2-3081.
Offered to Senior Adults
that American refusal to sell
The senior adult division of the
Israel its 125 requested jets
ART AT THE BANK, a unique Jewish Center is sponsoring a 17-
would "increase rather than de-
showing of recent works by Michi- day trip to Israel beginning Sept.
crease" the crisis. Sen. Gold-
gan artists, is being presented at 8 for residents of the Detroit area
water, who represents Arizona,
Manufacturers Bank main office and Midwest.
was a co-signer of last month's
now through July 31 during normal
Staff from the Center will accom-
letter to Secretary of State Wil-
banking hours. Included are more pany the group. The tour will in-
liam P. Rogers from three-
than 70 abstract paintings, original clude sightseeing trips with free
quarters of the Senate, urging
prints and works in various media time for those who wish to visit
approval of the jet request. Rep.
by 35 of the best-known contempo- friends and family.
Goldwater has said that he is
rary artists in the state. All of the
Brochures describing the itiner-
basically not "pro-Israel" or
works in the show are being con- ary and application blanks are now
"pro-Arab," but "pro-freedom."
sidered for acquisition by the 1 available. For information, call the
In his Senate speech Monday, bank.
group services division, DI 1-4200.
at 1970 Dinner
At a recent meeting of the Mich-
igan Council, American Jewish
Congress, Harley M. Selling was
The following officers were also
elected: Mrs. Arnold Frank, George
Rubin and Mrs.. Aaron Shiffman,
vice presidents; Mrs. Milton
Schwartz, vice president and presi-
dent, Detroit Women's Division;
Mrs. Albert J. Silber and Mrs.
Phillip Rader, secretaries and Kurt
In addition, Albert J. Silber was
selected to be chairman of the
council of past presidents.
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