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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 10, 1978 5

A merican Jewish Leaders Divided Over Meeting With Sadat

had been conveyed to
(Continued from Page 1)
ence of Presidents of Major them.
Rabbi Joseph P. Sterns-
-ii. American Jewish Organi-
zations voted unanimously tein, president of the
last Thursday not to seek a Zionist Organization of
meeting with Sadat while America, was especially bit-
he is in this country "lest ter about Klutznick's meet-
ing with Sadat. In a tele-
the Jewish community be
gram
to the WJC leader,
interpreted as seeking to
take part in these (Israeli- Sternstein wrote: "As mem-
Egyptian) negotiations and bers of ,the American Sec-
lest such a meeting be con- tion of the World Jewish
strued as a surrogate for di- Congress, we strongly de-
•gyptian-Israeli plore your participation, for
► ,
rect
it' will be interpreted that
talks."
you are in fact meeting in
Klutznick himself
an in- your official capacity with
he did not "convey an
',. Cation" to the Presi- the WJC. We respectfully
ask for your assurance that
is Conference "on
you
not meet with
elf of anyone." There
was a report to the effect Sadat either on a personal
or official basis, and that
that Sadat had expressed
-
you will be responsive to the
a wish to meet with the
Presidents Conference
leaders and that this wish

decision made by the lead-
ership of the organized
Jewish community." - _
In Jerusalem, Max
Fisher, chairman of the
board of governors of the
Jewish Agency, urged
American Jewish leaders to
think hard before agreeing
to meet with Sadat.
While he did not advise
against such meetings he
did warn that Sadat was
calculating in his own in-
terests, not those of world
Jewry, when he invited
American Jews to meet
with him.

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Israel to Aid
Rape Victims
- TEL AVIV (JTA) - Vic-

tims of rape in the greater
Tel Aviv area will be able to
get help 24 hours a day at
the rape crisis center estab-
lished by the Israel
Feminist Movement.
Some volunteers will staff
phones at the center and
other volunteers will ac-
company the rape victim
during.her police interroga-
tion. Beds will be available
at the center both for volun-
teers on the night shift and
for rape victims who live
alone and are afraid to go
home after their harrowing
experience;
The volunteers, many of
ph whom are not members -of
the Feminist Movement;
- to agen-
I will refer victims_
cies offering psychological,
legal or other assistance on
a long-term basis, as re-
quired., -

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Fisher asserted it would
be a mistake for Sadat to be-
lieve that he can drive a
wedge between American
Jewry and Israel. American
Jews, Fisher stated, believe
that it is for Israel, and Is-
rael alone; to determine
where its vital security in-
terests lay.
From the time of the an-
nouncement that Sadat was
to visit Washington, many
became convinced that a
major purpose of his trip
was to attempt to influence
the American Jewish com-
munity leaders to veer to-
,

Jewish Popul ation Update

Jewish Memorial
Due at Auschwitz

'TEL AVIV (JTA) - Rep-
resentatives of Israel and
Jewish communities and
organizations from all over
the world will attend the of-
ficial opening of the Jewish
memorial pavillion at the
site of the Auschwitz con-
centration camp in Poland
on April 17.

wards his view for an Arab-
Israeli settlement. His
"open letter" to Alnerican
Jews published Jan. 29 was
generally regarded as the
opening gun of his cam-
paign in that direction.
In related deVelopments;
Burton M. Joseph, national
chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, charged that the
Egyptian newspaper Al
Ahram had decided on Jan.
30 to publiSh an "open let-•
ter" to Sadat from the ADL
but subsequently reversed
itself. The ADL's letter,
which was a response to
Sadat's open letter, noted
that Israel has shown great
flexibility, regarding Sinai,
the West Bank and the
Palestinians and that
American Jews are not the
proper party to negotiations
between Israel and Egypt.

Meanwhile, some 70
people at a rally sponsored
by the Jewish Committee of
Concern (JCC), a newly
formed activist , group,
staged a demonstration in
New York at the Egyptian
Mission to the United Na-
ti-Ohs to protest what they
termed "the rabid Nazi-like
Jew-hatred in the Egyptian
gcOernment controlled
news media."
Earlier, • a fire bomb was
thrown at an Egyptian dip-
lomat's home in the New
York suburb Of Pelham.

(Continued from Page 1) • Antwerp, 13,600
, - , Brussels,
Year Book's tables are: 24,500; Bucharest, 40,000;
Greater New York, Budapest, 65,000; Cape
1,998,000; Los Angeles, Town, 25,650; Glasgow,
455,000; Philadelphia, 13,000; Haifa, 210,000; Is-
350,000; Chicago, 253,000; tanbul, 23,000; Jerusalem,
Miami-, 225,000; Boston, 266,000; Johannesburg,
BIG SELECTION!
170,000; Washington, 57.500; Kiev, 170,000;
120,000; Bergen County Leeds, 18,000; Leningrad,
(N.J.), _ 100,000; Essex 165,000; London, 280,000;
-County (N.JI), 95,000; Bal- Lyons, 20,000; Manchester, Wedding-Party-Bar Mtn"
timore, 92,000; Cleveland, 35,000; Marseille, 65,000;
80,000; Detroit, 80,000; Melbourne, 34,000; Mexico
ALL SIZES-43 To 44
San Francisco, 75,000; St. City, 32,500; Montevideo,
48;000;
Montreal,
115,000;
Louis, 60,000; and
We Have Hewrts
'Montgomery County Moscow, 285,000; Nice,
Beautiful gifts for special
154
SOUTH
WOODWARD
(Nr.
Maple)
20,000;
Paris,
300,000;
(Md.), 53,335.
occasions or just for the -
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Porto
Alegre;•12,000;
Rio
de
In Europe, including
.1ove of giving. Hand-crafted
Asiatic USSR and Turkey, Janeiro, 55,000; Rome,
Monogram key ring
$ 17
13 5 .1)
there are 4,158,870 Jews. Of 10,000; Sao Paulo; 75,000;
Daily-Hospital
laf ir
_
Strasbourg,
12,000;
Sydney,_
--these, 2,678,000 are in the
$25.00
gi dGold
G
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Sympathy
/Aki.
28,600; - Teheran, 50,000;
Soviet Union.
$20.00
Stick-Pin .14K Gold
, 4
Tel
Aviv-Jaffa,
394,000;
To-
FRUIT
. Necklace in 14K Gold ... $48.00
Figures for other Euro-__
.
pean countries include: Au- ronto, 115,000; Toulouse,
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stria, 12,000; Belgium, 18,000; Vancouver, 12,000;
3 Times Daily
and
Winnipeg,
20,000.

OHRENSTEIN
Nation-Wide
41,000; Bulgaria, 7,000;
The new Year Book. is
Delivery
JEWELERS ; LTD.
Czechoslovakia, 12,000;
Harvard Row a_
Denmark, 7,500; France, Volume 78 in the annual
1595
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Creative Jewelers, Diamonds%
650,000; Germany, 38,000; series, and is published by__
Prescloos Stones,
RODNICK-
Great Britain, 410,000; the American. JeWish
Precision 'rime Pieces
Committee
and
the
Jewish
11
Mile
Rd.
Lahser, SeuthisIS,
MCINERNEY'S
Greece, 6,000; Hungary,
80,000; Ireland, 4,000; Publication Society of
K 779-4140 772-4350
Italy, 38,500; Netherlands America.
Phone: 353-3146
30,000; Poland, 6,000;
Romania 60,000; Spain,
9,000; Sweden, 16,000;
Switzerland, 21,000; Tur-
key, 27,000; and Yugos-
lavia, 6;000.•
You work hard for your money. Sd do I.
Estimated population for
But I don't think-that a low pride alone is enough to get y'ou to spend your
major centers of Jewish con-
money at Jerry Glassman Olds: or any other car 'dealership.
centration in the Americas,
I believe' people want to buy their car from a dealership they can put -their
outside the United States,
trust in. A dealership, thatlLwork as hard for their money as they did. Making
include: Canada, '305,000;
sure things are right - befit:Fre, during and after the sale:
Argentina • 300,000; Brazil,
When you visit Glassman Olds, well help you pick out a car that's- right for
_ 150,000; Uruguay, 50,000;
the kind- of driving you do. Then we'll quote you a fair price. A price as low as
Mexico, 37,500; Chile,
any in town. -Maybe lower.
.27,000; Venezuela, 15;000;
And, after the sale, yOu'll find our smiles are just as wide, our handshakes
. Colombia, 12,000; and Peru,
just as. friendly when you come- in for a free-warranty check.
5,200.
That's the way I run things at Jerry Glassman Oldsmobile. Come in and see
In Asia, the only major
for yourself.
centers of Jewish popu-
lation, except for Israel,
are Iran, 80,000; and In-
"KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING
dia, 8,000. In Africa, there
WITH GENUINE GM PARTS"
are substantial numbers
of Jews only in South Af-
rica, 118,000; Ethiopia,
WHERE PEOPLE STILL COME FIRST
28,000; Morocco, 18,000;
Tunisia, 7,000; and
Rhodesia, 3,800. There
are 70,000 Jews in Au-
stralia, and 5,000 in New
Zealand.
Major world cities outside
the United States where
Jews are located are:
Amsterdam, 20,000;

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SHANDELS

Stefan Grayek, chaiman
of the World Organization
of Jewish Fighters, Parti-
sans and Concentration
Camp Inmates, reported
that the Polish authorities
agreed the pavillion will be
devoted to the Holocaust. •

He said material for the
pavillion was selected from
the Yad Vashem memorial
and' Ghetto Fighters
Museum collections in Is-
rael.

Carter Lauds -
Begin and Sadat

WASHINGTON (JTA) -
- President Carter spoke Of
the religious views of Israeli
Premier Menahem Begin,
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat and Saudi Arabian
Crown Prince Fand at the
annual' national prayer
breakfast last week at the
Washington Hilton Hotel.
Recalling he has met
twice with Begin during the
past year and hopes to see
him again soon, Carter ad-
ded: "I like him, admire
him, and respect - him, be-
raug throughout his con-
versations with me in the
quiet, lonely, private time
together, and even when he
talks with others in a larger
group, there is a fervor of a
deeply committed religious
man who again worships
the same God I do, and yo-n
do."
_He lauded Sadat for rec-
ognizing the common
Jewish-Arab heritage, and
Fand for his devotion to his
faith and to people in gen-
eral.

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I Want to Help You Buy One.

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