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November 05, 1971 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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BOSTON (JTA) —A national k less respond to active agents.'
Philip E. -Heiman, MC presi toward a reapprochement with
labor leader expressed the view His comments were based"
on-re 'dent, said at the annual dinne r China, could - provide an - oppor-
,
that as urban America becomes ports by Louis Henkin,„
professoi of the executive council. -
tunity for anti-Semitic hate -rnong-
more embattled, polluted and of international law; diPlobadi, at Hoffman referred to the attac ks ers
to re-enter the, political -main-
economically unsound, Jews in Columbia Haber T is on Israel and Zionists by Sovi et stream
the U.S. from which
both central cities-and suburbs•will chairman of an- AJC6mmittee task -Ambassador Yakov Malik in th e they have in been
excluded
increasingly live in fear of die force on the -world of the 1970s General Assembly following a in recent years. effectively
.
-
aster.
-formed. lastryear. - •
sniper attack 10 days,aga on u, Ellerin's article, cited recent far-
Gus Tyler, assistant. pre/bent He said there would- be no;maid apartment :occupied by the. Sara t right wing and intl
Semitie public
of th e. International Ladies Gar- war or major war during,...the Mission.
cations which accuse "*JUssinger;
ment Workers Union, AFL-CID, 1970s, but ' added that 'such daegeri • The sniper attack hail not been the
Zionist
Jew"
of
being the
made that prediction in a paper were Involved, in areas Where
officially attributed to any: gro UP author of Nixon'ss China
policy
presented; . to the American Jewish tenets: and ':intentions of -.Major but a:Youlldtuebber of the'l,alsis
Cominittee. executive council meet- power% are .ambiguous citing ;tire, Defense liengne'*ai arreste d an which -'they consider : repugnant.-

Dr.:
J.
,
Kissinger-is
Fred-.
Mid Eastas -:one such area He clkartetts- nib'
procereanen dent Nixon's :adviser: en netball
He also said they can help evert said the :-'1'.00010::' DiPnblie of Of-the ADS
to have 'been Use d - Security affairs:'
that disaster by redoubling their Chine MighttrY- tafenstratit
the ihooting.' :
Dr Franklintitbit
efforts to help set the nation and meat In - tile -Mid East "indlry
gra.*
ribeigagY
maneuver the Soviet Untie -•• and professor it Temple 7 University
cities on the right track:
THE 0113i01riOMS1 inn
Tyler said that the American the United States - into
and the .eo-recipient: of :the 1971 14--Frbilly;- 15svenime 4: frt. „
Haber stated. that the American Human Relations Award' .of the
Jew is "especially affected by
agonies of urban America today." Jewish community •sbould 1. try to Philadelphia, Chapter of:
He said Jews, like other minori- help keep the-U.S. "fin* and `Israel- eriCan "JMOish -Committee;' blamed
ties, "are likely to be most abused flexible" and to try • to -, persuade a large part of the anti.Isra
anti-Israelfeel-
when dominant people need a Israel "it must -take risiersand..the ing in _ sow ragmen* of 'the
scapegoat to blame for national United mike. Christian-, einiceil--. .;on a long Tsar
bored:_}.-geeiti*:k4,-,..ctilitirat anti: .
humiliation or to divert attention some .001.0441191,)t.a;',
,,_
r
Sys
from misrule; when things. are in
Habet:salesti:r ,Itltt sit
short supply and the Jews and any:: iinhatiptill change I . fin
ltiM 2.-Vbitntinnt-
other minorities area burdensome situation
tamV VS= the ditestee , of thin --Mohlem,- int
excess; and when the Jews appear and that he felt security -of
fewer still 'fully. understand its
stand in the way of economical.. In western, Europe would:emelt) . nniure-P
,
- Dr• 1414.
church - iist
aspiring frustrated ,non:Jewa."
unimpaired: -
fall reatignitiOn
of tie' questions that are'-eltieetl-h7
At another 1111111111011,
laitC, :PiesPecti ' for political. the'-modern
stateit -Istiet:hileiros
stability: ie Latins Amirkal netball-
Haber, eitontenisi:liefessor:
the University et Mieldgan, said were dial.
the - fate - of - Latin of-ChristianatheOlogY:- Foe: Tong
rihttge -bein,--operating under the
that "continents; _and - growing . American .
uncerble. Etn
call1Palas ot -antl-Ziordsm„, anti- noted , that their •nstitutions.• were mkt* or the niMple
Imperialism and aili-eapitalism, plagued•, by lick Of leadership and °tinier; teased:- to imilit--witbthe
advent et . .chilatiiiajty.'101**319:
feeding on anti-Americanism will manpower economic .
MI zit* ibutilancOlactliotbut
increasingly trouble Jews - -of culties.:,

. ; R,
. labor
western. Europe is this decide
The A.Te
,
Committee= anima:teed.
accepting a 'jsin-ger award,:
unless there is a Middle East that it will embarken a oneYear
settlement."
project to define the':probleMs.tio..7
be- -varsity-, Egirardt, JAilitgb._ Uni-
pointedi:Ont, _the- ne-
setting
young,
white
-
American
"`
In-
He told the luncheon session that
cessity
' a • re-evaluation :on the
in many western , Europeart, xottn- dustrial worker% . and ' tlin part
-
:ihe
,entire
tries, "latent anti-Semitism , re- energiei of government and Private !reit OC:interfaith,
relations: •
mains widespread and will :doubt- agencies --on - their solution.
of
- new venture, long in the.
Planning eta_ gesi :.will-: beLfineneed thristrair--;401,11C--Allinien:' Os'
by a grant from the U.S. Depart- valid Aid geetvbtf Mather it
ment of Leber and will :be carried Christian': leadesn4ay; thmey''Ire;
gOnstaik
out lki einiperation with the .1sik atitnisett
licial-Committee on" _;Employment -:naiiiiillie-ZIervislifeniIiint Wait
tbe-41tiCtilteihein--iiiiiii
*Mit
-of Youth, It ispart.of the 4-1Coni
National - Project on
” •
';. it
hinted
Ethnic America direCted by IrTlItit- ;Hoffman
on
- 1 %11 4 .
_-1
-statements,
speeches,
M Levine -
articles' and editorials in re-
"Wanton .- violence" and "re. news
,
ON
1,1
cent ,
by : ragman : Catholic,
peated harassments against the niainstreiiiTro
_restitnt 7inti
persons and properties of the geticsi
argifillatiase
Soviet delegationi" to the United
Nations_ must not be made a hi -the United - States, 'Europe; Latin
America
and
Israel:
.
-
-
pretext for,
--vilifiestion of.
-new ; A JC:.publication, :Cur
any ;
it :rellgiOUS --grauPs7;. terit4;.-
hid --its --debut. here The
from the platform of - "the 1.191,.._ quarterly:
). Is edited by Milton
director -Of - the -WS - inn-di
analysis :4114vis" kb. In the first is-
sue; EllerisWarns that Nixon.,ad,
ministration 'Policiel that

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