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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34-Frlfri, October 2, 1970

Sukot Celebration for Young Israelis



When All Are Safe
When the press is free and every
man able to read, all is safe.
-Thomas Jefferson.

Labor Movement Issues Strong
Statement on Piracy, Backs Israel

Onaflogo

A second statement from the la- Bias. Additional points called for
boa movement condemning "inter- the safe return of all hijacking
national gangsterism" in the skies hostages; immediate international
and stressing that Israel's integrity action to guarantee safety of
must be maintained has been international air traffic, including
issued by the United Auto Work- a boycott of nations unwilling-or
CALL
ers international executive board. unable - to control air piracy; a
launching of new peace efforts;
The Jewish Labor Committee and enforcement by the U.S. and
last week informed The Jewish
nations of the terms of any
News that AFL-CIO President other
Meany had urged the U.S. govern- agreed-upon cease fire.
The UAW also urged the proposal
ment to take the initiative for inter-
RESERVATIONS
national action to stop piracy in of an immediate standstill cease
fire
for Vietnam, "so that the
the air.
353-5811
United States can deal more ade-
In the Michigan AFL-CIO News, quately with all of its problems
ROUND-THE-WORLD
the federation reiterated its policy abroad."
calling for prompt aid to Israel
and warning of the Soviet govern-
ment's involvement in the Middle
East. "It would be harmful," said
.5) Only women's reducl na
the News, "to America's vast
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MEDITERRANEAN
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needs for its defense and self-
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preservation."
New modern completely furnished
ardOGO
The UAW international execu-
2 bedroom, 2 bath, air conditioned
FALL AND WINTER
tive board, which condemned
villa for rent daily or weekly. Liv-
Arab- air piracy back in March,
ing, dining, kitchen areas, private
pool, maid service. Magnificent
repeated its concern in its new
HARVARD ROW MALL
bay location. Call (313) 861-8747
statement and additionally called
11 MILE and LAHSER
or write:
attention to the "blatant" viola-
SOUTHFIELD -
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tions of the cease fire agree-
Cruise Catalog Melted on Request
Rd., Detroit, Michigan 48221.
ment by Egypt.
CRUISE CATALOG PRICES IN
The statement expressed the
view that "the Nixon administra-
tion off-again, on-again vacillation
on aid to Israel has further en-
couraged Arab belligerency."
Further, the UAW warned
Wishes You
against "imprudent intervention"
A
by the U.S. into inter-Arab con-

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A group of Israeli youngsters are seen preparing for their Sukot
celebration at Pioneer Women's Bet Rovina Community Center in
Tel Aviv. Located in one of the older sections of the city, Bet Rovina
is one of the first centers established by Pioneer Women more than
25 years ago. Since then, Pioneer Women has sponsored the building
of 16 different community centers throughout Israel.

JDC's Samuel Haber Describes
Antwerp Center as 'Most Beautiful'

NEW YORK - The Goldmuntz
Community Center in Antwerp, Bel-
gium, which opened last month. is
the largest, most modern and one
of the most beautiful community
centers in Europe, it was reported
by Samuel L. Haber, executive
vice chairman of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee.
It is the only community center
in Europe with an art gallery,
Haber said. It also boasts the first
Jewish library in Belgium, an
underground parking garage, a
discotheque for teenagers, a day
care center for three- to five-year-
olds, and an electronics laboratory
where the youngsters can learn to
make and repair their own TV
sets and record players - under
the guidance of an instructor, and
other facilities.
There are about 12,000 Jews in
Antwerp, several hundred of whom
immigrated recently from Eastern
Europe, Haber continued. The
community is mainly Orthodox and
about 80 per cent of the children
go to full-time Jewish schools.

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Many of the Jews are diamond
dealers and diamond cutters;
Antwerp is one of the world's great
diamond centers.
The initial impetus for the con-
struction of the center as well as
funds to get it started came from
the Joint Distribution Committee,
Haber said.
The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany re-
ceived restitution funds from the
German government for recon-
struction programs in Europe,
Haber explained. These were used
for the construction of various
community facilities - synagogue/
centers, homes for the aged.
clinics, etc.
Funds for JDC's health, welfare
and rehabilitation programs are
financed mainly by the campaigns
of the United Jewish Appeal, Haber
said.

Oirth

Announcements

Sept. 12-To Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Morton (Diane Kain), 30248 South-
field, Southfield and Kirksville,
Mo., a son Jerem:- Marc.
• • •
Sept. 9-To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Rubenstein (June Levy),
17320 Madison, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Julie Lynn.
• • •
Sept. 2-To Dr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Goldberg (Marlette Zom.
berg), 23530 Kenosha, Oak Park,
a son, David.
•S. • •
Aug. 22-To- former Detroiter
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Weinstein
(Alice C. Epstein), of Shaker
Heights, 0., a son, Adam Joseph.

Fuibright Peace Plan
Brainchild of N.Y. Jew?
NEW YORK (ZINS)-According
to the UN Israeli correspondent of
Haaretz stationed here, Senator
Fulbright's highly publicized plan
for bringing peace to the Middle
East was the brainchild of a New
York Jew by the name of S. Til-

man.

No information is available about
Tilman, other than that he is list-
ed as one of the senator's staff. It
is noteworthy, they say, that the
presumed author of the "Rogers

Plan" also is Jewish-Henry Kis-
singer, political adviser to Presi-
dent Nixon.

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