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 26, 1985 - Image 64

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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

,



j '..4,4;11, '"Maig• - ":4&.•

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

64 Friday July 26. 1985

humanistic
resources

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND MARITAL COUNSELING

T

1.

)

SPECIAL SERVICES INCLUDE:

Ron Rice, Ph.D,
Natalie Rice, M.A.
626-2056
32910 W. 12 Mile
Farmington Hills

• Agoraphobia: Pathways to Recovery
• Divorce Counseling
• Sexual Therapy Program
• Career Counseling
• School Problems

GET REAM.

NEWS

Call The Jewish Mews

354-6060

* * * *********,„

I PHOTO PARTY FAVORS

4
4

1111•111NOMMIIMOIMININII ■■ ••• ■ •••••••...M1

* quality photograph; makes *
us the best choice
for your party

* PHOTOS BY GILBO

Ruth Schwartz,

Interior Designer

ASID

* 851-2765
357-5186 *
It***v***********

"create the possible
when you thought
it was impossible" .. .

bruce m. webs

TRANSFORMATION IN YOUR HOME .. .

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southeast corner Northwestern

DESIGNING IDEAS FOR YOU AND YOU ALONE
F URNISHINGS • COLOR COORDINATING • ACCESSORIES

Mon.-Sat, 10-5:30
Thuis, 104:30

Behind Gabe's Fruits
. In The Mayfair Shops

(avoid making costly mistakes)

353-1424

Call for appt. 352-2264

eawdottea
CLEARING OUT
entire stock of
HANDBAGS

4

4

4

4

©t 100

custom balloon
arrangements &
unique centerpieces

for all occasions
large or small
specializing in:

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4 4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

• bar/bat mitzvahs
• sweet l6
• bridal showers
1511 daily balloon deliveries to
downtown Detroit and suburbs,

• phone orders welcome
• own 100 varieties of
latex and mylar balloons
to choose from.

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

CHARLOTTE'S
KNIT SHOPS
• 12 Mile & Evergreen
•9,MIle & Coolidge

• Winchester Mall, Rochester
•15 Mlle & Or. Lk,
Sorry all sales final, No charges,

4

4

4

4

4

coolidg• at catalpa

day 114,kol, /Kiwi 114

4

4

4

6414750 wir
0000000000000oo00

4

4

Trouble Walking?
of getting about on a

Discover the pleasure
Fortress Scientific electric three wheeler„ ,

The .Fortress Scientific Mode/ 2000 FS three wheeler will take yoy anywhere
— around the house, to the market, to visit WA to the shopping
mall • State-olpthe•art technology provides safe, reliable and affordable
transportation on all types of terrain, including grass, sand and poorlypaved
areas • Travels easily up ramps and inclines • Single hand controls speed,
steering and braking • The 2000 FS operates on batteries which allow you
to ride effortlessly to 20 miles before repowering from any convenient
wall outlet • Easily transported, the 2000 PS disassembles in minutes
10114,00,
without tools for storage in your car trunk,
Quetta convenient coupon, for foil Information without obligation.
WPM 1401421411$

Wars & Mots Ingimaigs RolinhuriomontAvolloble

HOME ININIRMIATIONSARRANGED

PPP NW IRV I I I P AIM AM. Air ,# IMP SIP AA IN IOW 1,01 AIIr Mr

n ► wgigg

IQ !earnON stioulibo folio§ DOont114
Mosi#12000f0TbrooNtsief,

NAME
ADP8g0

;

IIIIIIII1111111 , 1/1111/111t

S. African Jews Wary
Of Anti-Apartheid Stand

BY DAVID FRIEDMAN

Washington (JTA) — The
South African Jewish community
is becoming increasingly con-
cerned about the strong vocal op-
position to apartheid and other
policies in South Africa by Ameri-
can Jewish groups which it fears
could endanger that community,
a South African Jewish leader
warned a Washington gathering
earlier this month,
"We appeal to them (American
Jewish organizations) to exercise
restraint and to' ealize that their
actions and expressions must in
no way jeopardize the integrity or
safety of our community," Dr. Is-
rael Abramowitz, former chair-
man of the South African Jewish
Board of Deputies, said in an ad-
dress to the B'nai B'rith public af-
fairs forum. "Our local commu-
nity interests must be taken into
account."
Abramowitz, president of B'nai
B'rith in South Africa, stressed he
neither supported nor spoke for
the South African government.
But he said he was reflecting the
views of the South African Jewish
community,
He charged that South African
Jews believed there was an "ob-
sessional preoccupation" with
South Africa in the U.S. and much
of the anti-South African man-
ifestations here were made for
purely American political rea-
sons,
While no one denied the "in-
alienable right" of American
Jewish organizations to speak out
on any issue, Abramowitz said,
South African Jews questioned
"Why are they literally falling
and stumbling over themselves in
their zeal and enthusiasm to get
on the bandwagon of condemns-
tion and protestation,"
He also questioned why Ameri-
can Jewish organizations be-
lieved they were speaking for
world Jewry and why Jewish
groups felt that they had to lobby
,Congress on this issue, He implied
that many of the groups demon.
strating against South Africa
wanted it violent, change rather

than the peaceful change sup.
ported by the South African
Jewish community,
While Abramowitz had no
prescribed course for American
Jewish grows to follow, he
strongly wed them to maintain
contact a consultations with
South African Jewish organiza-
tions, which he stressed, valued
their ties to world Jewry,
Am for the yogic% of South AP
*an Jewry, 'We are obliged to
maintain a sous stance," A.b.
roma* r. HP said there was
of an anti,
Si



r,

PrIW,n'f

• 11.

ryr*rr

.11,40

AVM AP JP

111,11/1111,1

.111,411101 .4111, AP P MUM PAP UPI APParaillt.4111*

pole

. iv • him

)4.

7'11" rat rV very

, 11111l) PPPPPPPPPP

,0 :11,1 ''''' , 0,11 ' 11,1 1 11 1 111,1 f 111,1111 / 1 / 1

4 .4 44,1"

„„
r

r

quirement and pressures of over-
seas and international Jewish
bodies," Abramowitz said. "We
have done so because we believe it
is the correct thing for a Jewish
community to do in line with
Jewish ethical and moral princi-
ples."
Abramowitz also said that the
resolution will help meet. the
charge that "Zionism is racism."
He said that the black community
in South Africa has been influ-
enced by Arab propaganda and
frequently criticizes the Jewish
community for its strong ties to
Israel,
HoweVer, Abramowitz stressed
that the Jewish community's fu-
ture is tied to that of the white
community in South Africa and
what is happening in Zimbabwe
leaves it uneasy. There, a Jewish
community of 7,500 has shrunk to
a few hundred, he said
The 119,228 Jews in South Af-
rica made up 2,6 percent of the
white population and .04 percent
of the overall population, Ab-
ramowitz said. He said the Jewish
community is a "declining com-
munity" and' the population
would have decreased since 1970
because of emigration to Israel,
the U,S,, Canada, Britain and Au-
stralia, if it were not for an influx
of Jews from Zimbabwe and Is-
rael, There are an estimated
15,000 Israelis in South Africa,
By the and of the century the
Jewish population is expected to
shrink to 64,000, Abramowitz
said,

OBITUARIES

WWII Countiorspy

London — Ewen Montagu, who
led the British counterespionage
counterespionage
unit responsible for the
tion Mincemeat" hoax designed to
deceive the Nazis about Allied
,landings in the Mediterranean
during World War 11, died Friday
at his home in London, He WAS U.
Mr, Montagu, a Cambridge.
educated lawyer who served as a
judge Aar the war, is survived by
his wife, Iris Rachel (Solomon)
Montagu, a son and a daughter,

Wok', Miunrnor SS

New York YictorJ, Hammer,
$8, an art dealer and brother of
industrialist Armand Hammer,
died July 21 in bake Worth, Flo,



Mr, Humour, who lived in
Palm Beak Pis, following his rep
tiromont, gogooPfountor of the
&minor WI** In Now York
nt in is-
setell

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan