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November 13, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, November 13, 1970

Embassy Political Counselor
Speaks at Ilistadrut Kickoff

Israel's position on peace negoti-
ations and her insistence on strict
observance of the cease fire were
reiterated by an Israel Embassy
official at a kickoff dinner for top
leadership of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign last week at the Raleigh
House.
Guest of honor was Moshe Raviv,
political counselor of the Israel
Embassy in
Washington. The .
following day he
addressed a spe-
cial trade union
luncheon attended
by labor leaders
of Michigan.
At the Histadrut
dinner, Raviv
said Israel will
not be "intimi-
dated" by the Raviv
current United Nations debate "or
by any other UN discussion."
He continued:
"We are, prepared to enter into
negotiations with Egypt under the
auspices of Dr. Jarring provided
the ceasefire standstill agreement
that has been concluded between
our two countries is strictly ad-
hered to, and a restoration of the
standstill is achieved.
"The ceasefire standstill agree-
ment," he said, was the first ac-
cord concluded between Israel and
Egypt since the Six-Day War in
1967. Egypt chose to violate its
first commitment and thus destroy-
ed the very small measure of con-
fidence in Arab undertakings that
existed in Israel.
"If future negotiations are to be
successful, the doubt, suspicion and
distrust that have been cast by the

Business
Brevities

A new realty - concern, AMERI
CAN COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL
REALTY CO., has opened offices
at 24175 Northwestern, Southfield.
Company officers Morry Direnfeld,
Lou Weber, Ben Gordon ad Rudi
Strauss, all formerly associated
with the M. E. Arden Co., offer
a total of 40-plus years of knowl-
edge and experience in the field of
commercial and industrial realty.
• •. •
A move of headquarters of RE-
PUBLIC MORTGAGE CORP. into
a new building at 18800 10 Mile,
Southfield, was announced by Larry
L. Guttenberg, president of the
550,000,000 mortgage servicing
concern. Guttenberg said the facili-
ties, including electronic data pro-
cessing systems, and the personnel
had been expanded since Oct. 1 to
take care of the fast growing port-
folio of housing and commercial-
industrial mortgages being serviced
by Republic.
• • •

Egyptian violations must be cor-
rected and an atmosphere of con-
fidence must be created. No gov-
ernment could tolerate such ob-
vious and flagrant violations of an
agreement."
He listed the sequence of events
leading to a lasting peace in the
area as follows:
Extention and strict observance
of the cease fire; restoration of
the standstill; negotiations between
the parties under the auspices of
Ambassador Jairing; and agree-
ment on all aspects of a durable
peace.
"The achievement of these ob-
j'ecti;;es in the outlined sequence
could be a very real possibility,
provided there is the will and in-
tention on the part of Egypt to
attain it," he said.
"Unless Egypt is prepared to ad-
heie to a truthful code of pro-
cedure under which agreements
and undertakings are upheld, in
spirit and to the letter, the chances
for real peace are painfully slim."
Soviet reluctance to cooperate
in the restoration of the cease fire
standstill agreement is another
roadblock to peace, he said.
"We are familiar with Soviet
rhetoric, what we seek is to see
their actions and influence in bring-
ing about the restoration of the
standstill which was violated with
full Soviet complicity."
The meeting was chaired by Wil-
liam Schumer, a vice chairman of
the local campaign. Also in at-
tendance were Morris Lieberman,
campaign chairman, and Harry
Schumer, honorary chairman of-the
campaign. The guest was intro-
duced by Ben Harold.
Greg Bardacke, national direc-
tor of the Trade Union Council for
Histadrut, came to the labor lunch-
eon in preparation for a Histadrut-
sponsored labor dinner scheduled
for 1971. A committee was chosen
to select the guest of honor for
this dinner.
The suggestion was made to con-
duct a seminar for trade unions in
the area, enabling the rank and
file of unions that traditionally sup-
port Histadrut to gain a better un-
derstanding of the current Middle
East situation.

Chaim Weizmann Society
to Mark 5 Anniversaries

0

The Chaim Weizmann Society
will honor five member couples on
the occasion of their wedding an-
niversaries 8 p.m. Monday at the
Oak Park Community Center. •
The five are Messrs. and Mes-
dames Sam Cohen (60th), Hyman
Weisse (58th), Ha r r y Levine
(55th), Morris Kroll (44th) and
Joshua Joyrich (40th).
Joyrich, cultural chairman, will
read a story by Sholem Aleichem,
and nominations will be held. Re-
freshments will be served at no
charge.

Turkey Product With Chinese Accent

Laxes Celebrate 50th

at Family Party in Israel

A man's feet should be planted
in his country, but his eyes should
survey the world.
—George Santayana.

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AND HIS CONTINENTAL

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ZAN GILBERT

and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste

SIGMOND AND FANNIE LAX

Former Detroiters Sigmond and
Fannie Lax celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary at a dinner
Oct. 27 in Israel, attended by
friends and relatives.
Both born in Hungary, the Lazes
came to the U.S. in 1921, and now
live in Ramat Gan, IsraeL They
have three children, Harold and
Sarah Cern of Israel, and Fred of
Detroit; 12 grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

JDC Will Meet Dec. 9

NEW YORK—The 56th annual
meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee will be held Dec. 9,
at the New York Hilton Hotel, it
was announced by Louis Brodio,
JDC chairman.

Call

354-1153

TROPICAL BAKERY

(Formerly With Bloom Catering)

Grand Opening

New Location
16315 W. Sia Mile (Between Southfield and Greenfield)
Specializing in Cakes & Pastries for Wedding & Bar Mitzva
$1.20 lb-
75c • Cookies
• Coffee Cakes
• Assorted
• Mialatero
12c S. up
Deserts
$1.00 per doz.
Pastries

838-8699

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