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January 11, 1974 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-11

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Washington Observer to Give
Mideast Update at Assembly

Sisterhood will serve as hos-
esses at a social hour.
(Bookbinder will appear on
the Lou Gordon show with
Dr. Hatem Hussaini of the
League of Arab States in
Washington, 10 p.m. Jan. 20
on Channel 50).

'Press Overdoes Ch ile Bias Issue'

MEXICO CITY (JTA) — A
Mexico City Jewish official,
just back from a visit to
Chile declared here that re-
ports in the American and
foreign press about anti-
Semitism or a bad situation
for Jews under the present -
government of Chile were
very exaggerated.

Sergio Nudelstejer said
leaders of the Jewish com-
munity in Santiago stated
that there was no anti-Sem-
itism in Chile and that in
general the situation was go-
ing to improve in all aspects.
Nudelstejer, representative
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee in Mexico and Central

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 11, 1974 7
America and secretary gen- was only harming Jewish
eral of the Jewish Committee, interests in Chile, Nudelstejer
also said that Chilean Jews said.
had confidence in the policy
of the new government and
all Jewish institutions were
functioning normally,
Gil Sinay and Robert Levy,
Santiago Jewish leaders, said
rumors about anti-Semitism

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DO A LITTLE SOLE SEARCHING
AT OMNI SHOE SALE.

HYMAN BOOKBINDER

-Hyman Bookbinder, Wash-
on representative for the
erican Jewish Committee,
will address the Jewish Com-
munity Council delegate as-
sembly 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Council President Hubert
J. Sidlow said Bookbinder
will review Mideast peace
negotiations, U.S.-Israel re-
lations, American public
opinion toward Israel and the
question of anti-Semitism as
if relates to Mideast proo
lems.
A special assistant to form-
er Vice President Hubert
Humphrey and former as-
sistant director of • Office of
Economic Opportunity, ,Book-
binder has been the American
Jewish Committee represent-
ative in Washington since
1967. In this position he is in
close touch with U.S. gov-
ernment agencies and foreign
embassies.
Prior to the program, Sid-
low will preside at a report
session, which will include
an update of recent Council
activity by Executive Direc-
tor Alvin L. Kushner.
Members of the Bnai Moshe

Heads National
Foundation for
Jewish Culture -

Earl Morse of New York
'-as been elected president of
.e National Foundation for
Jewish Culture, succeeding
Rabbi Daniel Jeremy Silver
of Cleveland as head -of this
central body, founded by the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to
strengthen American Jewish
cultural services. This year,
the foundation as the admin-
istrative arm of the Joint
Cultural Appeal, will seek
$750,000 from local Jewish
welfare funds to aid the ac-
tivities of national organiza-
tions which specialize in
Jewish cultural work. Morse
is the immediate past chair-
man of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations
and a member of the board
of governors of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion.

Your poor feet. Think about them for
a minute. Everyday they carry- your
burdens. And rain or snow, they're the
ones who slog through without
complaint. So maybe it's time you
did something special in return.
Like bringing them to Osmun's
Shoe Sale.
We've got Nettleton
shoes on sale with the kind of
comfort and support your feet
have never felt before. In
handsome, dazzling styles
your eyes won't believe.
And your wallet's in
for a good time, too,
when you see what these
natty Nettleton
shoes are going for. Like
regular $45 to $55
values, now only
$33.90 to $39.90.
So show your feet
you too have soul.
Bring them to Osmun's.

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smuis

SHOE SALE

Open evenings 'til 9 in the Tel-Twelve Mall (Telegraph and 12 Mile in Southfield), Tech Plaza Center(12Mile and Van Dyke in
you want with your Osmun's Charge, BankAmericard or Master Chargecard.
.enter Tele rra )h and Huron in Pontiac). You can charge what

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