Friday, May 29, 1970-41
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Mrs. H. H. H. Elated Over Israel
By DAVID SCH1VARTZ
(Copyright 1970 JTA, Inc.)
In an interview in the Jerusalem
Post, Mrs. Hubert H. Humphrey
told of her dissatisfaction with
some of the activities on the
American campus of today. "Oh,
the rudeness of it .. . ," she said.
She told how some 60 students
had descended on their home.
"I got hold of a young student
with a very ugly sign about 'the
murder of children.' I told him
that if he really cared about chil-
Colonial Jew Honored
WASHINGTON—A diorama hon-
oring Francis Salvador, the first
Jew to die in the American Revo-
lution, was dedicated recently by
Sen. Ernest F. Hollings of South
Carolina in ceremonies at the
Klutznick Exhibit Hall of the Bnai
Brith Building here.
Salvador, a drafter of South
Carolina's first constitution, was
elected to the state's Provincial
Congress in 1775, the first Jew to
serve ink colonial legislature.
His death by Indian ambush in
1776 is depicted in the three-dimen-
sional scene by Charleston, S.C.,
artist Robert R. N. Whitelaw.
dren, he could come with me and
work with retarded children. It's
easy just to carry signs.
"It is those who don't have to
go out and work for their educa-
tion that cause all of this monkey
business," she said. She recalled
how as a young woman she had
to take a job to help finance her
young husband's college study.
"The Humphreys," she said, "had
to go through a depression, but
they went to work and didn't think
everyone owed them a living.
"The young people in America,"
she said, "lacked the sense of pur-
pose which the young people of
Israel who must defend their
Maybe the Israeli scientists can
produce not only a noiseless car
but a noiseless college student.
Mrs. Humphrey would welcome it.
She loves Israel. It is one of the
most exciting places in the world,
she said, and "oh the trees, the
fields of grain and cotton." This
is Mrs. Humphrey's third and her
husband's fourth visit to Israel.
They should settle there. The He-
brew University would probably
give him a job as he has in Minne-
sota. When election time COM'3S
around in America, he could return
to America and run for President.
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Dr. Irving Dardik of Englewood,
N.J., the chief physician for the
United States delegation at the
First International Israeli Youth
Festival this summer, is a devoted
sports nut. As a matter of fact, he
credits track and field with helping
to save his life and enabling him
to return once again to Israel.
"I'm really excited about this
festival," Dr. D a r dik said.
"There'll be 100 American boys
and girls between the ages of 15
and 17. They'll be part of an over-
all ingathering of 500 teenagers
from five continents."
The festival is billed as a com-
bination cultural and sports pil-
grimage from July 15 through Aug.
5. The United States squad will be
selected on a two-fold basis: com-
mitment to Judaism first, and then
The U.S. squad will come from
local YM-YWHA's, Jewish com-
munity centers, yeshivot and He-
brew day schools. Cooperating in
making the festival a success are
the National Jewish Welfare Board,
the Municipality of Haifa, Israel's
Ministry of Education and Culture,
and the Youth and Hechalutz De-
partment of the Jewish Agency.
Dr. Dardik, 33, is a vascular
surgeon at Montefiore Hospital in
the Bronx, N.Y. He is also an asso-
ciate in surgery at the Albert Ein-
stein College of Medicine in N.Y.
He was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania in 1958,
the year after he made his first
trip to Israel. That was for the
Fifth World Maccabia Games.
"I was a sprinter-quartermiler,"
he said the other day. "I won foul
medals: a pair of golds in the 400-
and 1,600-meter relays; a silver
in the 400-meters and a bronze in
the 200-meters." Then he quit
In 1963, while serving as an
interne, Dr. Dardik was called
upon to give mouth-to-mouth re-
suscitation to a woman patient
who had strep-pneumonia. "Nat-
urally, I came down with it too,"
he said. "I almost died. I was
in a coma for two weeks and I
spent three months in the hos-
pital. My weight dropped from
170 to 120 and there were a lot
of people who didn't think I'd
That's where his background in
track came to the rescue.
"The day I left the hospital,"
Dr. Dardik said, "I went out on
Labor Zionists Out
to Win Over Jewish
New Left Students
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Labor
Zionist movement is sponsoring a
new Zionist Socialist student or-
ganization. to function in Europe
with the object of wooing Jewish
students of the New Left to Zion-
Itzhak Koren, secretary gen-
eral of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment, said similar regional organ-
izations would be set up in North
and South America.
Blueprints for the organization
were developed by a group of stu-
dents from Europe who met at
Beth Berl last week. They decided
that the Zionist Socialist Students
Center would be established in
Paris to coordinate the activities
of branches in other European
cities and supply them with mate-
:Meanwhile, left socialists in
Italian Senate demanded Wed-
nesday that the government take
immediate steps "to condemn
and stop Israeli aggression
against the Labanese people."
Spokesmen for the liberal fac-
tions replied that while they were
concerned over the situation in the
Middle East, Israel cannot be con-
demned because it is faced with
genocide. The Socialists charged
that the "New Israeli aggression
imperils world peace" and said the
government must be prepared to
answer questions on its Mid East
the track and jogged. Not much.
I could barely move. But I forced
myself. I was convinced that run-
ning would help to build me up
again. It has."
He has run every day since that
time, for conditioning as well as
enjoyment. Sometimes he manages
to run twice each day. In the be-
ginning, his workout were in the
hospital at 1 o'clock in the morn-
Today, Dr.- Dardik can easily
break 50 seconds for the 440. His
best clocking in college was 47.6
His future goal? "To break 47
seconds when I'm past 35,'!-- he
says, "and I honestly think I'll be
able to do it."
Dr. Dardik briefly came out of
competitive retirement in the sum-
mer of 1969, when he served as a
member of the medical staff for
the U.S. Maccabia Team. He didn't
expect to compete in Israel, but
his name was entered as a lark.
Then it turned out he was really
needed. So he ran the leadoff leg
of the U.S.'s gold medal-winning
1,600-meter relay team and broke
It was his appearance with the
Maccabia team that led to his
appointment as chief physician of
the U.S. delegation at this sum-
mer's Youth Festival in Israel.
Two officials of the Maccabia
party are directing the Festival.
Harold O. Zimman of Lynn, Mass.,
chairman of the National JWB's
National Physical Education Com-
mitee, will direct the U.S. delega-
tion. Haskell Cohen of New York
City, chairman of the NJWB's
Basketball Committee, serves as
international chairman of the Fes-
Today, Dr. Dardik makes run-
ning a family affair. His wife,
Sheila, runs with him:, so do his
two daughters, aged 6 and 3. All of
them will accompany him to Israel
for the festival.
Jews Able to Object
in Conscience, Says
Mass. Rabbis' Court
CAMBRIDGE (JTA) — The Rab-
binical Court of Justice of the
Associated Synagogues of Massa-
chusetts has declared that Jews
can justifiably be conscientious
objectors to war.
This declaration, made at a
seminar on Jewish law at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, followed a 11/2 year study
of the Talmud and the history
of the Jewish people by the "Beth
Din" court, a rabbinical court.
Rabbi Samuel I. Korff, spokes-
man for the court, said the fore-
most Jewish law is that nothing
is "greater and more important
than the single individual, not the
society, its institutions or one's
country." The court's statement
added that it is up to the individ-
ual to "decide if he considers
killing in a particular war to be
murder or not."
Continuing, the statement ob-
served that "If he decides that to
engage in a particular war would
be murder, accordink to his con-
science, he not only can conscien-
tiously object to engage in that
war, he must protest that war."
Israeli Tourism Ministry
Eases Visits to Nablus
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The min-
istry of tourism announced that
sightseeing buses will be permitted
to pass through the West Bank
town of Nablus but will not stop
there unless specifically requested
to do so by the tourists.
The arrangement was approved
by military authorities which
agreed to provide a protective es-
cort for tourists who want to visit
Nablus, the largest town on the
West Bank, the ministry said.
Nablus was the scene of a gren-
ade incident that injured six for-
eign tourists a week ago and was
subsequently removed from the
approved itineraries of guided