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June 05, 1970 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-05

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Friday, Junto 5, 1970-35
TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Some Soviet Advisers
May Have Died in Raids
WASHINGTON (JTA)—A State Jewish Labor Committee Told That AFL-CIO
Department official said it was Is One of the Strongest Friends of Israel

Hillel Day School is dedicating its graduation journal, "Harvest
'70", to five teachers who served the school for a period of 10 years
or longer. Shown with headmaster Rabbi Simon Murciano (left) are
(from left) Mrs. Hanna Mishory, David Zwick, Sime Zabel, Mena-
chem Glaser and Mrs. Bess Berris.
* • *

Israel, Arab Strength
in Comparative Survey

Weisz Returned -
to Presidency of
Hillel Day School

Melvin Weisz was re-elected
president and Seymour Wayne
vice president at the annual meet-
ing of Hillel Day School.
In his acceptance speech, Weisz
looked with optimism to future
expansion and said that the new
building, opening
in the fall, will
make it possible
for much greater
enrollment. Cap-
acity of the schoo)
will be 600 pupils
through ninth
grade.
Other officers
are vice presi-
dents, Leonard
Weisz
;aron, Saul Wald-
man and David Margolin; secre-
taries, Robert Kasl e, Sheldon
Schwartz and Raye Maisel; treas-
urer, Abe Pasternak; honorary
president, Max Goldsmith; and
honorary life president, Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal.

Board members are: Julius Allen,
Norman Allan, Rabbi Milton Arm,
Harry Berry, Dr. Oscar Bigman, Jack
Bonin, Morris Brandwine, Howard Dan-
zig, Sheldon Dulberg, Donald Davidson,
Rabbi Herbert Eskin, Israel Elpern,
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel, Walter Field,
Herbert Freedland, Hyman Freedland,
Allan Gelfond, Dr. Charles Goodman,
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick, Sam Grand,
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Percy Kaplan,
Cantor Louis Klein and Paul Heiman.
Also Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Dr. Hy-
man Kemplar, Dr. Aaron Lupovitch, Dr.
John Mames, Milton Marwil, Martin
Mattler, Stephen Medow, Myron M11-
grom, Harry Miller, Sol Moss, Albert
Posen, Leo Rosen, Peter Salter. Mrs.
Morris Schaver, Rabbi A. Irving Schnip.
per, Nathan Shur, Carmi Slomovitz,
Nathan Soberman, Wolf Snyder, Martin
Tlschler, Mrs. Seymour Wayne, Peter
Weisberg, Mildren Weiss and Dr. Arn-
old Zuroff.

LONDON (ZINS)—The Institute
for Strategic Affairs has just pub-
lished new figures concerning the
relative military strength of na-
tions in the Middle East.
Israel's regular army now num-
bers 75,000. On full mobilization
of reserves, Israel can have a
minimum force of 220,000 well
trained soldiers in the field. Israel
has an air force of 300 planes,
consisting of Mirages, Mysteres,
Phantoms and Skyhawks. It has
1,200 operational tanks.
Comparable statistics for the
UAR are as follows: On full
moblization, Egypt can count on
a minimum of 185,000 soldiers
(its regular armed forces num-
ber 100,000). There are 425 mili-
tary aircraft consisting of MIG
21s and Sukho's; 300 pilots of
whom only 50 are adequately
trained; operational tanks total-
ing 825.
As for Jordan: regular army
numbers 42,000, which could be in-
MISS RUTH SUGAR
creased on mobilization to 75,000
soldiers; military aircraft 36;
Mr. and Mrs. A. Albert Sugar
tanks 320.
of Southfield Rd., Southfield, an-
Iraq's regular force numbers nounce the engagement of their
12,000; on full mobilization, 70,000; daughter Ruth Marlene to Clif-
aircraft, 200; tanks, 500.
ford H. Beresh, son of Dr. and
Syria's regular army numbers Mrs. Louis Beresh of Tavistock
5,000; on full mobilization, 60,000;
Tr., Southfield.
planes, 145; tanks, 450.
The bride-elect is a graduate in
Saudi Arabia's regular army, social science of Michigan State
1,500; on full mobilization, 28,000; University. She is affiliated with
fighting planes, 43; tanks, un- Sigma Delta Tau Sorority.
known.
Mr. Beresh is an MSU graduate
Algeria's regular army numbers in radio and TV communications.
3,000; on full mobilization, 53,000;
He is affiliated with Phi Sigma
170 planes and 150 tanks.
Delta Fraternity.
Sudan's regular force numbers
1,000; full mobilization, 18,000; 18
planes; and no figures available Leopold Loses His Suit
on the number of tanks.
Against Meyer Levin

Ruth Marlene Sugar
to Wed Clifford Beresh

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"quite likely" that some Soviet
technicians and advisers have been
killed in Israeli air raids over
Egypt.
The official added, "We have no
firm indication of how many cas-
ualties there might have been."
He said there was no indication
that any of the casualties were
Russian pilots shot down by Is-
raeli aircraft.
The State Department's com-
ment was prompted by persistent
press reports that Russian per-
sonnel stationed in Egypt have
suffered casualties, some fatal.
But the reports have received no
confirmation from Egyptian, Is-
raeli or Russian sources.

SPRINGFIELD — Nathan Leo-
pold's suit that his right of pri-
vacy was violated by Meyer
Levin, author of "Compulsion,"
and the publishers and distributors
of the book as well as producers
and distributors of the movie, has
been rejected by the Illinois Su-
preme Court.
Leopold was sentenced to life
plus 99 years in the 1924 slaying
of 14-year-old Bobby Franks. Now
65, he was paroled from State-
ville Penitentiary in 1963 and since
has worked as a medical techno-
logist near San Juan, Puerto Rico

Hebrew Corner

Cantor-Farmer

Kfar Mordechal is an agricultural
settlement in Southern Israel, where
many immigrants from England live
and work. One of the members of Kfar
Mordechal is Israel Maisel:, who immi-
grated to Israel from Manchester. He
has a lovely home and a Large farm
with a chicken-coop, vegetables, and
different trees. "
But Israel Maisels is not only a
farmer. He lives and works on his farm
only from Sunday until Wednesday
during the week. From Thursday until
Saturday night be Is busy at his sec-
ond occupation: he is the head cantor
of a large synagogue in Jerusalem.
Every Shabat and on all the holidays
Cantor Maisels leads the prayer Sarrane
at the "Yeshurnn" synagogue.
Israel Maisels was one of the best
cantors in England, and he was the first
immigrant who arrived in Jerusalem
after the siege in 1948.
Many tourists visiting in Israel also
come to pray in the "Yeshnrun" syna-
gogue In Jerusalem_ More than once
they proposed to Cantor Maisels to
come to America or to South Africa..
to be a cantor there with a very high
salary. But he always answers that he
cannot leave his farm in Mar Morde-
chaL "I am a worker of the soil," he
says, "and my soil is the Land of
Israel."
Translation of Hebrew column_ Pub-
lished by Brit Ivrit Olamit with the
assistance of the Foundation for the
Commemoration of Jewish Culture.

HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y.
(JTA)—Amos Eiran, labor attache
to the Israel Embassy in Washing-
ton, told more than 250 delegates
to the Jewish Labor Committee
National Trade Union Council's
Human Rights Conference, that
"the AFL-CIO is one of the strong-
est forces on the American scene
that identifies itself with Israel's
fight for survival and is unfailing-
ly sympathetic to its problems."
Eiran declared that Israel fully
understands the plight of the Pal-
estinian refugees and is ready to
"do its part. But the refugees are
primarily an Arab problem."
Joshua Muravchik, director of
the Youth Committee on Peace
and Democracy in the Middle East,
said that a current of anti-Israel
sentiment, based on a false analogy
with the Viet Cong and American
involvement in Southeast Asia. is
currently "propagated by assorted
bold and New Left groups on
(American) campuses."
Such people, students and faculty
alike, he stated, are ready to sac-
rifice Israel in a desire to identify
with the "Third World" liberation
movements.

Muravchik called for an inten-
sive educational program to com-
bat this danger.

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much to be guarded against as a
miscarriage of justice. — Robert
Lynd.

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