100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 01, 1977 - Image 18

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

18 Friday, July 1, 1977

DRIVE A CAR or
SEND YOUR CAR
TO ANY STATE

I.C.C. License MC125985

.

,

DRIVEAWAY

SERVICE
4713 Horger at Michigan Ave.
P.O. BOX 1264
Dearborn, Mich. 48126
Tel. 584-5000
41 ■ 111.,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Labor May Challange Dulzin
JNF Chairman Moshe Rivlin Ends
YORK (JTA) — At this year, was to raise
for WZO, Jewish Agency Posts the NEW
conclusion of a two- money for the new projects

JERUSALEM (JTA)-
The Labor Party is ponder-
ing whether to nominate a
candidate to oppose Leon
Dulzin for the dual post of
chairman of the World Zion-
ist Organization and Jewish

We Make Our Own Glasses

HEADQUARTERS FOR
't LATEST DOMESTIC AND
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS

• t

• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
• ACCURATELY FILLED

• DESIGNER FRAMES



Immediate Repair



Reasonably Priced

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE

LI 7-5068

OAK PARK, MICH.

Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6
Sat. 'til 5
Closed Wednesday

"

0 0 ULLA R.9 0 ILLO Q.A9 Q.1.9 (LAS Lt..9 449-9 (LC Q_9 (LW 0-51-6

rO

MPLETE SUPPLIES]
AT EXTRA SAVINGS

SY NEWMAN
OF SY DRAFT .

OFFICE,ART AND DRAFTING SUPPLIES

WISHES TO THANK ALL OUR
PATRONS FOR THEIR
WEST SIDE
CONCERN AND GET
WELL WISHES
968-2620
AFTER HIS RECENT
ACCIDENT.

EAST SIDE

731-6200

25000 SIEEKRELO
tHe01.11 CENTER
OAK PAT(

8116 Z3 MOLE RO.
MUD' PLAZA
SWIIT TWP.

AGENT OF

THE MONTH

It is a pleasure to announce that

Melvin Weisz C.L.U.

Seymour M. Rosenwasser, C.L.U.
General Agent

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIPS MISURANCE COMPANY

Springffeld, Massachusetts, Organi.ed 1854

week working tour of the
United States and Canada,
Moshe Rivlin, the Jewish
National Fund's new world
chairman, and that he is en-
couraged and satisfied with
the responses he encoun-
tered to the new projects
and plans of the JNF.
Rivlin said that the pur-
pose of his visit, his first to
the United States and Can-
ada since he was elected to
the new post in January of

JERUSALEM—A concern tional approach to the sub-
for the problems that affect ject matter was necessary.
"The Holocaust was • a
the world'F . Jewish commu-
good course on a very emo•-•
nities today is the reason
Rebekah Dorman, 20, a psy- tional topic. I approached it
chology major at Brandeis
with facts and in a historic
and scientific manner. In
University, decided to study
at the Hebrew University of
this way I began to under-
Jerusalem's School for stand the so-called
Overseas Students.
'Holocaust mentality' that
The daughter of Dr. and
is said to pervade much of
Mrs. Jack Dorman of Jewish and Israeli life and
Bloomfield Hills. Mich.,
politics," she says.
Miss Dorman has always Miss Dorman is one of
been interested in under- some 800 students this year
standing the development at the Hebrew University's
of modern Jewish commu- School for Overseas Stu-
nities and how they have at- dents established on the
tempted to deal with vari- Mount Scopus campus in
ous social stresses and 1971.
crises which affect them.
After 'graduating with a
She said she feels that the BA degree in psychology.
courses she has had at the next year from Brandeis,
Hebrew University have Miss Dorman hopes to put
provided her with a rational into practice what she has
and scientific approach in learned from both Brandeis
understanding the problems and the Hebrew University.
which affect communities. She will either become a so-
Miss Dorman cites one of cial work volunteer in Is-
these courses—the rael or work with Jewish
Holocaust—where such a ra- communities in Europe.

Interest in Elderly Housing

SAVANNAH, Ga. (JTA)
— The Savannah Jewish
Council has reported that
153 Jews in 105 households
declared in a survey of po-
tential interest in a proj-
ected apartment house for
senior adults that they
would be either interested

478-5140

From Pioneer Women Aid Israeli Poor

NEW YORK—Thousands
of Israeli women are receiv-
ing help in stretching their
limited household budgets
through a self-help project
introduced by Pioneer
Women/Na'amat.
The program offers sew-
ing instruction, combined
with the opportunity to ac-
quire sewing machines for
their homes, enabling the

CARS IMPORTED FRESH DAILY
FROM DETROIT.

Call us for our low-profit price
on the car you want to buy.

DETROIT AUTO BROKERS, INC.

26400 W.12 Mile Rd. at Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, Mi. 48034
Telephone (313) 358-2100

of the JNF and explain its
work.
The JNF, Rivlin said, is
embarking on a series of
new projects and they were
presented to and enthusiasti-
cally received by JNF lead-
ers and activists in Canada
and the U.S.
In his meetings and talks
in Canada and the United
States, Rivlin said he dis-
cussed the idea of creating -
The Forest of the Jewish

Detroiter Studies, at Hebrew U.

Sewing Machines., Sewing Courses

has received the ma-of-the-month award as the
most outstanding Representative of our Detroit-
Rosenwasser Agency. The award is in recognition of
his excellent service to his policyholders and our
Agency.

25882 Orchard Lake Rd.—Suite 214 —Farmington Hills 48018

Agency Executives when
the 29th World Zionist Con-
gress convenes here next
February.
Dulzin, of Likud, who is
Treasurer of the Jewish
Agency, is virtually certain
to seek the office that has
eluded him in the past. The
incumbent, Labor veteran
Yosef Almogi, has an-
nounced he will not stand
for re-election though he
will finish out his term.
Top Labor Party officials
are privately sifting
through a list of possible
candidates to find one who
is well-known to Diaspora
Jews as well as in Israel
and who commands the re-
spect and prestige neces-
sary to overcome Dulzin's
advantage of being a mem-
ber of Israel's governing
party.
It is acknowledged by
Labor that unless the
Likud-led • government
makes a serious misstep
that would discredit it, Con-
gress delegates from
abroad would be loathe to
vote against Dulzin lest it
be interpreted as a vote of
no-confidence in the govern-
ment.
Labor Party sources are
stressing, therefore, that a
decision to contest the
WZO-Jewish Agency chair-
manship will be made only
if the party is convinced
that it has a chance to win.
Some of Labor's most pow-
erful figures are said to be-
under consideration.
These include former For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon
and Yitzhak Navon, chair-
man of the Zionist General
Council, who is highly re-
garded in Israel and
abroad. Also mentioned is
former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban and former Pre-
mier Golda Meir.
Eban's candidacy would
be considered only if his
current difficulties with the
Treasury over his Ameri-
can bank accounts are re-
solved in his favor.

in moving into such a hous-
ing unit or had a possible in-
terest in such a move.
According to the ' Sav-
annah Jewish News, official
publication of the council,
completed questionnaires
were received from 224
households out of the 573 to
which questionnaires were
sent. The council said this
was a return of 39 percent
which is considered high
for such surveys. The 573
households have an esti-
mated total of 877 Jews 60
and older, including 319
"unattached" Jews living
alone. -
Sam Jospin, chairman of
the Jewish Council's senior
adult housing committee,
said plans were being made
to submit an application to
the federal Housing and
Urban Development depart-
ment for funds to build an
apartment housing unit.

U.S. Visit

MOSHE RIVLIN

Child near the city of Beer-
sheba in the south of Israel.
"The idea is that next
year, which is the 30th anni-
versary of the state of Is-
rael, Jewish children from
all over the world will par-
ticipate in planting a new
forest," Rivlin said.
According to the plan, Is-
raeli school children will
write letters to Jewish chil-
dren across the world ask-
ing them to take part in
this special project. Special
trees, Rivlin said, will be
planted in this forest, in the
memory of the Jewish chil-
dren who perished in the
Holocaust.

GM Denies

Arab Report

The General Motors Corp.
has denied a Cairo news-
paper report that it will
help build Jeep-type ve-
hicles for Egypt, Saudi
Arabia, Qatar and the
United Arab Emirates.
A GM spokesman said
the company had no knowl-
edge of the reports and had
not conducted any negotia-
tions on the matter.
GM was taken off the
Arab boycott list last week,
but the company said it
would not change its deal-
ings with Israel.
Barclays Bank, Ltd. in
London issued a similar
statement after the Arab
League Boycott Office
claimed the bank was liqui-
dating its Israeli operations
in order to remove its
name from the boycott list.
A Barclays spokesman
said the bank has had a 50.9
percent interest in the Is-
rael Discount Bank since
1971 and that it continues to
have this interest.
Meanwhile, General
Motors Acceptance Corp.
has reportedly been loaned
$200 million at 7.37 percent
interest by Saudi Arabia
and a French-based in-
vestment bank half-owned
by Arab interests has in-
creased to 15 percent its in-
vestment in a big U.S. bro-
kerage, Reynolds Securities
International.
Last week, some 300 Arab
and Middle East trading
companies held a trade fair
in New York promoting di-
rect Arab purchasing.
The promoter, Roger
Shashoua, said he was a nat-
uralized American citizen
born in Cairo of the Jewish
and d denied that the
fair was a means to get
around the new U.S. anti-
boycott laws, which are
aimed mainly at exporters.
Shashoua said he ex-
pected the fair to generate
$30 million in business in
the short-run.

women to t realize sub-
stantial savings on clothing
and household iterts which
they can make themselves.
More than 130 courses are
conducted by 93 qualified
Pioneer Women/Na'amat
sewing instructors, mainly
in deprived urban neighbor-
hoods and in settlements
throughout Israel.
Approximately 1,500
women are currently en-
rolled in the program.
M.E. Arms Supply
Home sewing presented a
major hurdle because the
WASHINGTON—Western
cost of sewing machines in
air reconnaisance suggests
Israel, most of them im-
that the Soviet Union is sup-
ported, was the equivalent plying arms to Syria,
of three months salary of
Egypt, Libya, Iraq, So-
the low-income families in-
malia and South Yemen at
volved.
a rate comparable to 1973,
• Pioneer Women/Na'amat
according to Aviation Week
arranged with Mardix, an
and Space Technology
Israeli company, to supply
magazine.
a small but highly efficeint
The arms include T-62
locally-made machine to
tanks, MiG 21 and 23 jet
participants in the program
fighter planes, Tupolev-22
for II 2,000 ($200) on an bombers armed with long-
easy payment plan.
range missiles. anti-aircraft ,
missile batteries -, heavy ar-
Mardix instructors teach
tillery and large quantities
Many who say they don't
the new owners how to re-
pair their own machines, of light weapons and ammu- believe in God ask his
nition.
mercy.
when necessary.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan