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December 21, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Dec. 21, 1973

William Feldman,
Ex-Buick Employe

BAT MITZVA

32



William Feldman, a retired
YOUR CANDID COLOR
tinsmith of the Buick Motor
Co., died Dec. 13 at age 89.
Mr. Feldman, 1325 Stone,
was born in Hungary and
WILL BE
lived 63 years in Flint. He
was a member of Cong. Beth
Israel and the Elks.
He is survived by his wife,
Lena; a daughter, Mrs. Elsie
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
Rosenbaum of Detroit; two
Zena Harman, a member to be partitioned."
people and are aware of the extent of being able to defend
sons,
H
a
r
r
y
and
Charles,
of Knesset, told a luncheon
Outlining the terms that Is- complexities of negotiations. ourselves."
seven grandchildren a n d
meeting of the Sisterhoods of rael will accept in peace They passionately want
"Therefore," she said, "Is-
Temple Beth El and Cong. talks, she said that although peace, and the majority are rael will not accept loss of the three great-grandchildren.
AND ASSOCIATES
Beth Israel: "Most Israelis morale at the front is good, for compromise and flexi- Golan Heights, for Arabs
Who is the bravest hero?
would be willing to give up the home front is somber.
bility.
could fire on Jewish kibut-
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the West Bank of the Jordan
"It is too simple to say that
"On the other hand, they zim from the heights. And the He who turns his enemy into
River and the Sinai, but they the Israelis are optimistic are certainly not going to go Israelis will not give up any a friend.—Midrash Abot d'R.
on
11 x14 & 16x20
will never give up the Golan about the peace talks. Is- back behind those '67 lines of Jerusalem. Jerusalem is Nathan.
Photographs.
Heights or allow Jerusalem raelis are v e r y pragmatic which exposed us beyond the the spiritual strength of the
When booking any 1974
Simcha with us.
Jews."
Offer ends January 31st, 1974
Besides, Mrs. Harman
and his ORCHESTRA.'
added, the holy places have
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As for the West Bank of the
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Jordan, "We cannot envisage
a Palenstinian state between
Israel and the West Bank,
but Israelis respect the wish
of Arabs there to be part of
the Arab world. We feel the
Arabs can have rights within
Jordan." Israel wants the
West Bank demilitarized and
troops stationed at the Jordan
River to ensure there will be
no attacks, she said.
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"Israel doesn't need the Si-
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nai and never did." Israel
invaded
the
Sinai
in
the
the stuff it takes to keep out even the worst sub zero January cold.
sweep of the 1967 war, she
said, and would have given it
of
up before if there had been
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negotiations. All Israel wants
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territory and being expansion-
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Stop and Browse
"The Arabs have insisted
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"We have said all along we
would be prepared to com-
pensate the Palestinians for
land, but the Arabs would
never permit them to accept
it. The refugees were a polit-
ically potent weapon. B u t
when the Palestinians speak
of the rights of the refugees,
it's really a euphemism for
the destruction of Israel."

Bennett Ann Fisher, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl
Fisher, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzva 10
a.m. Dec. 29 at Cong. Beth
Israel.

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Mrs. Harman Lists Acceptable Peace Terms in Talk to Women

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The Flint Jewish Commun-
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had a three-game winning
streak.
The men beat Asbury Meth-
odist 61-35; junior boys beat
their old time rivals, First
Presbyterian, 28-10; and the
seniors got together and
scored 54 points to Christ
Episcopal's 29 points.
There will be no games
Dec. 23-Jan. 4. They will re-
sume Jan. 5 as follows:
Men's Team vs. First Cong.
Church, 9 p.m. Jan. 5 at
YMCA. Senior Boys vs.
Christian Science Church, 7
p.m. Jan. 7 at Whittier Jr.
High, and Junior Boys vs.
Dozier Memorial C.M.E., 6
p.m. Jan. 7 at Central High
School.

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Indians Sympathize

A message from some
American Indians to the Flint
Jewish Community Council
read as follows: "Friends:
May your feet walk the path
of dignity and self-respect.
In our hearts, we have the
feeling of your troubles and
we wish you well." It was
signed, Concerned Native
American Families.

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