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August 27, 1971 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-27

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$40,000,000 Shopping Center for Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV—One of the world's
most ambitious downtown shopping
developments will rise in the heart
of Tel Aviv.
The new $40,000,000 project will
provide 1,200,000 square feet of
store and access areas covering
7 1/2 acres in the center of Israel's
largest city, along Dizengoff
Street, the country's main shop-
ping and cafe boulevard.
The unique in-city complex,
called Dizengoff Center, will be
built in the form of curved ramps
with access to automobiles and
parking space for 1,000 cars. The
landscaped interiors of the center
will include pedestrian malls and
cafe sitting areas, as well as
stores of all types. They will be
air-conditioned in summer, heated
in winter and exposed to day-
lights. The will be separated from

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lights. They will be separated from
the parking by an "air curtain"
wall, thus exposing the entire
project to view by those entering
it.
The new center will include hun-
dreds of stores located by trade
branches to form convenient, plan-
ned shopping groups as well as
cinemas, a convention hall, res-
taurants and cafes, art galleries,
and entertainment facilities. The
entire project will be topped by
three rounded hotel towers of vary-
ing height up to 30 stories, which
will provide 1,100 rooms in the
heart of the city, in Tel Aviv's
first modern downtown hotel cen-
ter for overseas visitors and Is-
raelis.
Planned for completion by 1975,
store space is being sold as is cus-
tom here. For overseas buyers

Israeli Panthers Postpone U.S. Visit,
Claim They Plan to Go Underground

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Most of the demonstrators fled
as soon as the hundreds of po-
licemen suddenly emerged on
the streets leading to the square.
A handful of Panthers tried to
resist but were driven off by
batons or water cannon spray
and about a half dozen of the
demonstrators were arrested in
the action, which lasted about
three minutes.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1971-15

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A lead- devaluation of the pound would
er of one of Israel's Black Pan- bring "more suffering" to those
ther groups said that the group Israeli Jews already suffering.
had postponed a planned visit to They warned that the recent in-
the United States intended to action of the Panthers was "the
dramatiZe for American Jewry and quiet before the storm" and said
its leaders the Panther charges whatever was being done was in-
of discrimination against Israel's adequate because the "basic prob-
generally poor Oriental Jews. lem" was the "feeling" that they
were being discriminated' against.
The announcement was made
during one of several speeches by
A great empire, like a great
Panther leaders at a rally in Zion cake, is most easily diminished at
Square in Jerusalem.
the edges.—Benjamin Franklin.
Despite Panther predictions of
an "unprecedented demonstra-
tion," only about 250 members
showed up, and initially there were
almost as many television camera-
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men and newsmen present as
Panthers.
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Steel-helmeted police used ba-
tons and water cannon to clear
the square after it had been oc-
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cupied for almost two hours by
the Panthers and an audience of
about 2,000 curious onlookers.

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Israel or prospective immigrants
to the country, a down payment
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The Panther leader who an-
nounced postponement of the
scheduled visit to the United
States said the delay had been ap-
proved to give American Jewish
leaders time to "fulfill their prom-
ise" to assure low-cost housing
for Oriental Jews.
Another reason, he told the
crowd, was to provide more time
for completion of a research pro-
ject on problems of poverty in
Israel.
The Black Panthers announced
Tuesday they would go under-
ground because the Israel govern-
ment "had decided to liquidate
us." The stencilled leaflets an-
nouncing this move were distribut-
ed shortly after a police spokes-
man reported that the number of
Panthers arrested after another
demonstration in Jerusalem's Zion
Square Monday night had risen to
21.
The spokesman also told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
several Panthers would be charged
with disturbing the peace and at-
tacking policemen.
Experts on domestic social prob-
lems expressed skepticism about
the announced Panther plan to go
underground because members'
names and descriptions are widely
known, partly as a result of delib-
erate Panther bids for public at-
tention for their grievances.
Panther leaders Reuben Abra-
gill, Charlie Bitton and Saadia
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