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January 31, 1975 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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Friday, January 31, 1975-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poverty Groups Sue NYC

which the coalition charged
were illegally withheld from
its members.
The coalition contended
that the city received in De-
cember, 1973, a check for
$6.2 million from the federal
Office of Economic Opportu-
nity to organize new pro-
grams for the poor in New
York City.
The suit, in effect, rejected
the contention by Mayor Ab-
A PLACE TO RELAX AND
HAVE FUN
raham Beame last year that
MEET AND MAKE NEW FRIENDS
0E0 funds were intended to
CALL ART 674-3147
cover an outstanding deficit
IWICWW1WWWWWIlt Wig incurred by the city and were
not for the funding of new
4 : , anti-poverty projects.
PAULA
AND
The mayor wrote that the
ALLEN STREET
city's Council Against Pov-
WED. thru SAT. 41 erty "misinterpreted the
JIMMY COHEN
grant as new project money
11 and issued letters of intent
at the Piano
4 to fund a variety of commu-
MON. & TUES.
nity organizations on that
basis."
0(
HOUR GLASS 4. The suit contended that the
city continued to fail to au-
Ot
18800 W. McNICHOLS
thorize release of the 0E0
(6 Blks. W. of Southfield)
538-4850 * funds "despite the Federal
* * * * * * * * government's support sub-
* *
stantiating the coalition's po-
HUGO'S
sition."

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
coalition of 19 city-wide grass
roots organizations for the
poor, including the New York
Metropolitan Coordinating
Council on Jewish Poverty,
filed suit against New York
City to recover federal funds

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. to the Geneva peace confer- that are often at shap vari-
Nahum Goldmann suggested ence in order to achieve a ance with official Israeli pol-
Tuesday that Israel drop the settlement but conceded that icy and which have sparked
step - by - step diplomacy of there was no point in going a drive by Likud and some
Secretary of State Henry A. to Geneva until after the two Labor elements to prevent
Kissinger and press for total super powers reached a basic his re-election to the WJC
peace negotiations with mod- agreement on the Middle presidency next month.
The 80-year-old Jewish
erate Arab leaders while the East.
He did not think that would leader declared, "I wasn't
time is ripe.
active in the Zionist move-
He mentioned as moder- be too difficult to achieve. ment for 60 years to be told
He
thought
it
would
be
more
ates King Faisal of Saudi
now whether or not I have
Arabia, President A n w a r difficult for the government freedom of speech."
Sadat of Egypt and Presi- of Premier Yitzhak Rabin to
He said that if Leon Dulzin,
dent Hafez Assad of Syria go to Geneva because the the Jewish Agency treasurer
present
Israeli
cabinet
does
who he thought are ready
"who is acting chairman of
and prepared to reach peace not command a sufficient the World Zionist Organiza-
agreements with Israel- majority to take such a de- tion," could "day and night
These three Arab leaders are cision.
Dr. Goldmann suggested come out with statements
anti-Communist and want to
criticizing the policy of the
get closer to the United that the government call a Israeli government, so could
States, he said. But time is new election on that issue, the president of the World
an important factor for Israel even at the slight risk of the
Congress."
since Faisal is sick and Sa- opposition headed by Likud Jewish
Dulzin is a leader of Likud.
dat is not very strong in leader Menahem Begin gain-
Referring to the upcoming
Egypt at the moment, Dr. ing a majority. Even if Be-
gin
were
to
win,
he
could
Goldmann said.
offer no solution and the Is-
Dr. Goldmann. who is pres- raeli public would soon real-
NEW YORK —In restor-
ident of the World Jewish ize that there was no alterna-
Congress which will hold its tive to the Labor-led coali- ing and recataloging its col-
lection of Judaica and He-
sixth plenary assembly here tion, Goldmann said-
Monday through Feb. 10, re-
The WJC leader again braica, the Jewish Theologi-
peated his sharp criticism of stated that although Israel cal Seminary of America has
Kissinger whose step-by-step presently is in its most criti- not only received grants for
methods, he said, might work cal period, its existence is that purpose from Jewish or-
under normal conditions but not threatened and prospects ganizations, but from non-
not under the present condi- for peace were never as Jewish foundations as well.
tions of tension, crisis and good as they are now.
When a fire destroyed or
war danger that pervade the
damaged a major part of the
According
to
Dr.
Gold-
Middle East.
collection of the seminary li-
He said it was objectively mann, the Americans would brary, support was received
go
to
war
if
necessary
to
pre-
impossible far Kissinger to
from many non-Jewish sour-
bring peace to the region by serve Israel's existence and ces, including a gift from
himself because "the Rus- neither the European nations then Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
sians will never accept a pax- nor the Soviet Union would and a grant from the Ford
Americana in the Middle allow Israel to disappear.
Dr. Goldmann referred to Foundation.
East."
In the past year, the li-
Dr. Goldmann said that Is- the controversy in Israel sur-
rael would have to go back rounding his outspoken views the work of restoration re-

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sixth plenary 'asembly of the
WJC, Dr. Goldmann said he
was seriously worried about
the condition of the Jewish
people.
He reiterated his view that
the "good period" for Jews
that began after World War
II when feelings of guilt for
the Holocaust were fresh in
the non-Jewish world, has
about reached its end.
"The democratic world no
longer suffers from a bad
conscience regarding t h e
Jewish people," he said.
There is a normalization be-
tween the non-Jewish and
Jewish worlds, including West
Germany, he said
He also repeated that if he
is re-elected by the WJC he
would not serve out a full
term but probably retire
within a year or two.

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the Wurzweiler and Booth
F e r r is foundations. The
grants have made possible
the repair and recataloging
of several major categories
of works that since the fire
have been sitting in cartons
in seminary storerooms.
Other parts of the collec-
tion slated for restoration and
recataloging under these two
recent grants are the Bible
and Liturgy collections, in-
cluding more than 1,000 edi-
tions of the Passover hagga-
da; the pamphlet collection
and the Sovietica, which con-
tains materials written in
Yiddish and printed in the
Soviet Union.

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marks, Jewish music.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
*
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Time: 6:35 a.m. Sunday.
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Station: WXYZ (1270).
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
and
Station: CKWW.
Time: 10:45 p.m. Sunday.
and
Station: WDEE (1500).
* * *
Feature: An address to the
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Jewish community.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
VISTAS OF ISRAEL -
Feature: News in the Jew-
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3). ish community.
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MIT MANDLEN
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Time: 9 a.m. Monday, Wed-
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Station: WIID •1090).
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Feature: Israel and Yid-
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
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Feature: Jewish humor, recipes and other features.
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by rabbis from the Detroit
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news report.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300).
and
Auschwitz Ceremony
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
PARIS, (JTA) — A large
Station: WNIC-FM (100). public attended a commem-
orative ceremony marking
and
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday. the 30th anniversary of the
allied liberation of Ausch-
Station: WPON (1450).
Feature: Rabbinical re- witz.

the Bernstein Pastoral Phy-
ETERNAL LIGHT-TV
chiatry Center, a facility of-
Time: 3 p.m. Sunday
fering counseling service un-
Station: Channel 4
Feature: An interview with der religious auspices.
Leo Rosten, author and social
scientist.
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
DIRECTIONS
Station: WWJ
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Dramatic ser-
Station: Channel 7
ies continues with "The Un-
Feature: Dr. Mortimer Os- broken Circle," by Morton
tow, Rabbi Edward T. San- Wishengrad. The story is
drow and Frederic Margu- told through a letter written
lies talk about their work in by Rabbi Albert Bettelheim,
physician and rabbi in Rich-
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