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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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Friday, May 9, 1986

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tion. But will the economic cli-
mate, where it is easier now to
buy and sell houses, cause people
to take the opportunity to move
ino a more affluent suburb
further north and west? Midwest
America is historically full of
cities where its residents move to
wealthier neighborhoods as they
become more economically com-
fortable — "The upwardly
mobile." And Detroit seems par-
ticularly experienced with this
phenomenon. Such moves are not
motivated simply by 1-696.
Rabbi Steinger, who is a resi-
dent of Huntington Woods, feels
"the highway should enhance the
desirability of the neighborhood
in which I live. Aside from the
fact Huntington Woods has a real
sense of neighborhood and com-
munity, it is centrally located
and you can get to almost any
part of the metropolitan area in a
reasonable amount of time. The
highway will enhance this by
making places east and west
more accessible. I don't see any
large-scale flight because of the
highway. In my area there's a
tremendous feeling of stability."
Kaplan, referring to Orthodox
neighborhoods, says, "People
here have come to see that when
the highway threatened the via-
bility of our community, people
finally took stock and realized
what we have here. The stake of
the Federation Apartments and
the — continued viability of our
neighbors, the stake of the
yeshivahs, you've got Akiva and
Beth Yehudah — it's all an ex-
tended neighborhood but it's still
the same neighborhood basically.
Everything's here. People rallied,
in fact, against the highway. It
produced other benefits. Beth

Jacob Mogain Abraham is re-
vitalized — that's the shul on
Lincoln and Fairfax. It's in the
easternmost part of the yeshivah
building. That shul began a re-
vitalization program and many of
the people who are now members
were living in apartments and
were displaced by the freeway.
"They bought homes and
moved into this area and nearby
parts of Southfield in reliance on
the MDOT's representation
they'll build a deck there, sup-
posedly with a playground on it.
It was intended by these people
who've moved there that there'd
be an accommodation made to the
synagogue and school. So in fact,
while the highway did threaten
the viability of the shul, the deck
has served as an incentive for
people to move there and make
benefit of it."
Agreeing with this outlook,
Rabbi Freedman comments, "At
the moment there's no great
flight, no pressing needs, no prob-
lems of quality of life, all differ-
ent perspectives. There are per-
ceptions that neighborhoods
might fall, there might be prob-
lems. A few people say what's
happened on Dexter might repeat
itself here. It's all perception — a
dangerous and delicate thing.
The quality of life is great in this
neighborhood. Everybody's look-
ing over his shoulder. Will it re-
main this way?
"People feel the highway is
doing everything it promised —
they aren't going to ruin the
quality of life and they see little
signs along the way saying ev-
erything will be fine. The poten-
tial for these neighborhoods, if
everyone keeps their heads, is
long-term."



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Vatican has decided to establish
diplomatic relations with Israel
and this could happen within a
year, according to Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum, director of interna-
tional relations of the American
Jewish Committee who has
maintained close contacts with
Catholic leaders since he
attended Vatican Council II as
an observer 20 years ago.
Tanenbaum based his forecast
on recent conversations he had
with cardinals and other church
officials in the U.S., Europe and
South America. "The question
is not whether it will happen.
The question is when and how it
will hapen," he says. In the past
weeks, at least two cardinals
told him that "the decision has
been made by the Pope and the
Vatican Secretariat of State" to
formally recognize the Jewish
state, Tanenbaum reported. He
did not identify the cardinals.
Pope John Paul II visited the
main synagogue in Rome on
April 13, the first Papel visit to
a Jewish house of worship in

history. Although he made no
statement on the issue of diplo-
matic ties with Israel on that
ocassion, the visit raised
speculation that such a move by
the Vatican is imminent.
According to Tanenbaum, one
possible step would be to ap-
point an apostelic delegate to
Israel. Currently, there is what
Catholic and Jewish leaders re-
gard as "de facto" Vatican
recognition of Israel whose
diplomatic representatives in
Italy have full access to Vatican
officials. Formal recognition
would involve an exchange of
ambassadors and carry a power-
ful symbolic impact.
Tanenbaum acknowledged
why the Vatican has refrained
from recognizing Israel since its
establishment in 1948. There are
unreserved disputes over Israel
boundaries, the rights of Palesti-
nians in the Israel-administered
territories and the Vatican's
long-standing view that Jeru-
salem must be an international
city, not the capital of a Jewish
State.

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