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February 14, 1969 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-14

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E. German Papers Rap 'New Heart' Davener
Sik, Goldstuecker
as Protest Leaders

LONDON (JTA) — Soviet and

East German propaganda organs
have singled out two prominent
Czech liberals, both Jews, to blame
for the current wave of protests in
that country against repressive
measures imposed by Moscow.
Former Vice Premier Ota Sik
and Prof. Eduard Goldstuecker,
president of the Czech Writers
Union, have been held responsible
for the recent self-immolation of
several Czech students in gestures
of opposition to Soviet attempts to
crush liberal reforms.



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Egan Seen Determined
to Oust Bloc From Govt.

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Gahal (Unit-
ed Liberal-Herut bloc) is a thorn
in Abba Eban's side, and the for-
eign minister is exerting every
effort to rid the government of
this political gadfly, the independ-
ent "Ha'aretz" disclosed here.
Eban believes that Gahal's pres-
ence in the government weakens
his assertion that Israel is pre-
pared to make territorial conces-
sions in exchange for peace with
the Arabs.
"The entire world knows," Eban
contends, "that Gahal's' participa-
tion in the government is proof
that Israel is not ready to com-
promise" Ha'aretz writes fUrther
that Gabel Irritates the foreign
minister, because this party plays
an Important part in strengthenr
ing the position of Moshe DaYan,
whom Eban considers his most
formidable opponent.
Should Gahal leave the govern-
ment, Dayan's influence would
diminish considerably. The foreign
minister is in search of friends
who would assist him in reaching
his –

Friday, February 14, 1969 - 45

Recalling Isaac M. Wise's Visit Here

Executive Secretary, Temple Beth El

previously, was preacher, Kazan
(cantor) and teacher. Things were
The 150th birthday of the late , apparently moving along well, al-

Rabbi Isaac M. Wise will be ob- though conditions were quite pri-
served by the Metropolitan Detroit 1 mitive and poor."
Detroit Federation of Reform Syna- i While in Detroit in 1856, Rabbi
gogues, March 16, at Temple Is-1 Wise, who was the head of Dis-
ra e: a. i trict Grand Lodge 2 of Bnai Brith,
Isaac Mayer Wise, the towering laid the foundation for the organ-
giant of Judaism who founded the : ization of Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
American Reform Jewish Move- , Brith, which was chartered the
ment, was born in Bohemia, March ,i following year.
29. 1819. He came to the United I Rabbi Wise was again in Detroit
States in 1846.
in August 1859, and preached at
Speaking English
Beth El. The report of that met-
fluently, his first
ing in the Israelite stated:
"We visited Detroit, the metropolis
pulpit was in Al
of Michigan, a fine and lively city with
b a n y, N. Y
wide and regular avenues, handsome
buildings, romantic vicinity and an
where he came
•I active, industrious population. The site
into serious con
of Detroit is so level that one can
view the land for miles up the lake.
flict with a num
down the river and into the interior of
ber of the con
Michigan. General Cass (Lewis Cass),

Dr. Sik and Dr. Goldstuecker
both returned to Prague recently
from self-imposed exile to take
their oaths as members of the
Czech regional assembly. An
East German radio broadcast
assailed Dr. Goldstuecker as "an
oppressor of creative Marxist
writers, a proponent of the theory
of alienation, A 'fraternizer with
the Western secret service, and
a man who encouraged 'anti-
social forces and served the im-
Feb. 21, 22 23
Dr. Sik, author of the economic
reforms under the regime of Alex-
ander Dubcek, was accused of
"associating the Czech economy
22521 Grand River
with capitalist monopolists and
their crises of unemployment and
2 levels of period and country
furniture, glass china dolls,
Dr. Goldstuecker and Dr. Sik left
Czechoslovakia at the time of the
paperweights, fine prints and
invasion last summer. The
decorative accessories.
former is a visiting professor at
S ussex University in Englandan d
Hours 12 Noon to 10 P.M.
the latter lecturse at the Univer-
Sunday Closing 6 P.M.
sity of Basel in Switzerland. Both
were warmly welcomed when they
$1 Admission — Free Parking returned to Prague and reportedly
told colleagues that they intended
to return permanently to Czecho-
slovakia when their present univ-
ersity commitments are fulfilled.
The Czech news media pay scant
attention to the Soviet and East
German broadcasts attempting to
whip up anti-Semitism among the
Czech populace.



one of the wealthiest men of the city,
gregatiQn's lead-
has an old residence here, which, the
ers, who object
ground excepted, is worth about $5011:
This is the general's homestead. A
ed to his reform-
Frenchman of this city, who is worth
ation of the tra
millions, lives in a frame house that is
worth about $200, the ground not in-
ditional service
cluded. Several more wealthy men
The result wa
thus retard the progress of the city,
it improves rapidly, notwithstand-
the establish
ing the damages done to all the lake
meat of Temple
cities by the rail roads.
"About 60 families of our people live
Beth Emeth
in this city united in a congregation.
which has been Issac M • Wise
of them ar e actual' rich
Ben Anolik has much to be in existence in Albany ever since. Few
are actually poor. They follow differ
thankful for. The 46-year-old father 1 In 1854, Rabbi Wise accepted the n:r l'ostPT;tun ?a n acn hd e s a roef )11` e r t r n ae d d e hMa ' st
of seven, shown "davening" in his i pulpit of Congregation Bnai Jeshu- om
f th a
e re youn g a ndy active "
a prom
hospital room a few weeks after run in Cincinnati. There he found- im
oli ifes and i ve ry
receiving a transplanted heart, is ed two newspapers, the Cincinnati t "The
Rev. L. tl
Laey : ni an popular. Is the
of this congregation.
now, according to his doctors, in j Israelite in English, and Deborah l ye attempted d successfully
successfully to improve
good health. One problem—a stag- in German.
divine services by his lectures,
expositions of the biblical secta
t n
ons;• ead
gering medical bill—was largely
and by mat
ve sz Sabbath,
In 1873, Rabbi Wise founded the every
liquidated by a check for $12,500
such prayers
as belg on;ntt
one ag es. T hree times a week Mr.
from Bnai Brith's members' In- Union of American Hebrew Con- by - liturgy
A,s tobetin
heg young in
surance plan The transplant oper- gregations. Two years later, h.-i
the religion t oiFcti
our fathers
fathers — In con-
ation — Pennsylvania's first —
1 ughterer ) nd M ohee i l a arl.
'sad "ecumenical" overtone s: lege, the first rabbinical seminary i as riTihv,sise
desrt) he can n
aot atten
rteo rthe
n functions of a
Anolik, an Orthodox Jew, received in the Americas.
teeacte ,- Our brethren eir of 0 Detroit
wn a n dhave
the heart of a Catholic in a Pres-
u gueh of :11
Ame ican Rabbis, was created by expectation
et one very soon—
byterian hospital.
Rabbi Wise in 1889. He served as energy
r at
egrational affairs
president of all three institutions among the reb sr t of reonofWeDste
etrrn eon
Jordanian Ex-Legislator
until his death in 1900.
gregations. They need a synagogue, a
Convicted for Contacting
Dr. Wise's first visit to Detroit school, a benevolent society, and they
could have all these
with but little
Iraqi Intelligence
exertion on the part of the leading
Several of them told us they
TEL AVIV (JTA)—A four-year that "in Detroit he found the be- members.
would contribute several hundred dol-
prison term, of which two years ginning of quite a congregation. lars toward the building of a new
synagogue; this is the case especially
were suspended, was pronounced
with l Messrs. Breslauer (Charles E.
by a Jenin military tribunal on a' story of some bui ding (room Bressler),
Sykes (Samuel Sykes) and
if the matter would be agitated.
Filibuster Is Undemocratic,
42-year-old former member of the above the store of Silberman and others,
"We preached there Sabbath before
Hersch, 172 Jefferson Avenue). last
to a large auditory and with the
Women Complain to Senate of maintaining contacts with Mr. Adler (Rabbi Liebman Adler), help of God we hope to have cast a
blessed seed on a fertile soil. We re-
NEW YORK — Stating that the Iraqi intelligence agents with the whom I had sent there some time turn
our thanks to our brethren of
freedom to filibuster deprives the intention of providing them with
Detroit for the kind treatment we ex-
perienced in their midst, and especially
American people of their constitu- ; Israeli security information.
to our friendly host Mr. and Mrs.
Flying Trounstine
(Morris Trounstine)."
tional right to have the majority
According to a 30-page indict- El Al Will Keep
In 1861 Wise was in Detroit to
view prevail, the national board of ment which was read in court, the Despite International
dedicate Beth El's edifice on
the National Council of Jewish' ! defendant, Moustafa Naguib Abou ,
on Rivard Street and in 1867 he
Women, asked the Senate to move Bacher, met with the Iraqi ambas- Body's Action—Rabin
for cloture without further delay. sador in Amman in November ; MONTREAL (JTA) — General dedicated Beth El's edifice on
The Council's board, meeting in: 1967 and agreed to supply Iraq Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's ambassa- Washington and Clifford.
In 1864 Rabbi Wise traveled to
executive session at its national with information of security value. , dor to the United States, said here
headquarters here, spoke out in be- He was discovered and kept under Sunday that El Al "will continue the tiny community of Jackson to
half of its more than 100,000 mem- surveillance since the beginning of to fly" despite any anti-Israel ac- dedicate the first synagogue of
bers across the country.
1968. Although the court agreed tion that might be taken by the Temple Beth Israel.
In 1889, at the 11th Council of
The board also asked President that this had prevented him from International Civil Aviation Orga-
the Union of American Hebrew
Nixon and the new administration, engaging in espionage for Iraq, it nization (ICAO).
His comment before an Israel Congregations held in Detroit,
when establishing national prior- decided to impose the relatively
ities, to give first importance to severe sentence as a deterrent to Bond Organization dinner at which Rabbi Wise founded the Central
he was honored came as the ICAO Conference of American Rabbis.
fulfilling human needs. Pointing others.
to the catastrophic disturbances
An Egyptian saboteur believed prepared to resume its sessions The organization meetings were
in this country in recent years, responsible for placing a mine ' called by Lebanon as a result of held at the Russel House (now the
the women stated that, "Our demo- that caused the death of two Israeli the Dec. 28 Israel reprisal raid site of the First National Building)
cratic heritage itself depends on soldiers and was connected with against the Beirut Airport. Leba- ! and Temple Beth El.
an unprecedented commitment to the disappeaarnce of a third near non has demanded sanctions by
winning the war on poverty and the Suez Canal last August has the UN agency against Israel.
French Orthodox Rabbis
Gen. Rabin told the dinner, at
securing the rights of all our peo- been arrested by security forces'
in U.S. for Field Study
ple." They pledged full support to and. will soon stand trial. The miss; which over $1,500,000 in Bonds v..as
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
the President and Congress for ing Israeli was believed to have subscribed, that so long as the
to The Jewish News)
NEW YORK—Three recently or-
action enabling a realistic war to been dragged across the canal by Arab states do not accept direct
dained French rabbis have come
eliminate poverty in America.
Egyptian commandos and either
died of wounds or was murdered. "one inch" from the occupied ter- , to the United States for the first
ritories. He called French Presi- Orthodox-sponsored program in
Golan Heights Kibutzim
dent de Gaulle's recent embargo this country for postgraduate study
Plans Mapped by Agency U.S. Hasn't Made Signing on military equipment and spare and rabbinical field work by for-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
N-Treaty Aid Condition
parts for Israel "an open invita- eigners.
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime tion to aggression."
The graduates of the Ecole Rab-
TEL AVIV—The Jewish Agency's
binique Seminaire Israelite de
agricultural department has dis-
are Rabbis Claude Zaffran,
closed that it has drawn up devel-
Roger Touitou and Attain Gued•.
opment plans for 22 settlements not made Israel's signing of the C onfess to Vandalism
remain here through the
and one .township in the Golan

In Argentina
Sea Reso rt
prior condition for aid.
fall under a program of inter-
Heights on the Syrian border.
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Police communal cooperation arranged in
The U.S. has been urging Is-
The plan includes 10 existing
settlements. According to "Brit," rael's signature on the pact, but have arrested two Young men who 1968 by the Union of Orthodox
organ of the kibutz movement, Israel bad indicated that it needs confessed to vandalizing a kosher Jewish Congregations of America
there are at present 11,400 acres more time to study the ramifica- hotel and restaurant in the sea- and the Consistoire Central, the
of arable land in the Golan tions of the treaty, particularly shore resort of Mar del Plata last central Jewish community of
Heights, and the Jewish Agency is with respect to the country's secu- week. Jorge Lagola, 20, and Adolfo I French Jewry. Also cooperating
Rosas, 18, who live in Buenos are Yeshiva University and the
planning to reclaim an additional rity.
Eshkol also informed the parlia- Aires and Lanus City respectively, Rabbinical Council of America.
25,000 acres for agriculture. Anoth-
The program is designed to pro-
er bulletin, "Yediot," published by ment that the government was still said they destroyed furniture and
the Moshav (small-holders) move- considering whether or not to ask left virulent anti-Semitic inscrip- vide an understanding of the well-
ment, said plans have been com- France for a refund for 50 em- tions and swasitka daubings. Po- developed system of the U.S. Jew-
pleted for the establishment of bargoed Mirage V jets and other lice also recovered several valu- ; ish community and its institutions
more settlements in the northern military equipment paid for by able objects stolen from the , which the rabbis may utilize in
',their own communities.
SinaLand along the .JordanNalle3(•.- ,Israel.




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