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American stage and screen star Molly Neon is shown
with toddlers of Pioneer Women's Beit Rovina Day Nursery
in Tel Aviv. The nursery, which cares for 140 pre-school
children, is one of some 400 operated by Pioneer Women
throughout Israel for children of working parents.
El Al Airline Sets
Record in Israel Tourism
New records for travel to
Israel by Michigan residents
and the increased traffic on
El Al planes was indicated
this week by Ben Hershko-
vitz, El Al's Detroit district
Hershkovitz reports that
the total traffic to Israel for
It is this belief that attracted him to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency which serves as the communication link be-
tween all the Jewish communities throughout the world.
Mr. Landau is an active board member of a synagogue-
and the grandson of a rabbi who immigrated to this coun'
from Europe in 1900. He is of the opinion that national,
rather than religion is the determinant of "who is a Jew?"
Born 47 years ago, he is a second-generation native
American. He is a graduate of Lehigh University and New
York Law School, a member of the New York Bar Associa-
tion, and a partner in an international accounting firm with
offices abroad in Great Britain, Canada, Australia and
the calendar year 1972 from
this area was an estimated
Through the Detroit district
office alone, he stated, 2,100
passengers were booked -
In the field of Jewish communal activities, Mr. Landau
has established a leadership record in the United Jewish
Appeal, He is a member of the board , of the New York UJA
and of the UJA campaign cabinet. He is also co-chairman
of UJA's missions to Israel. He is a arustee of the young
leadership division of the Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine and is active in behalf of various other Jewish causes.
FUNDAMENTAL VIEWS: Mr. Landau is a strong support-
er of Israel although not an affiliated Zionist. He believes
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representing 32 per cent of
Glenda Jackson, Peter Finch
Hershkovitz stated in his
"The break down of the
2,100 passengers is 1,500 on
"CLASS OF '44"
the national program, which
means individuals traveling
on group fare basis plus 600
15 academy award winners incl.
Shelly Winters, Gene Hackman, passengers traveling with
homogeneous groups such as
"THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" congregations, organizations,
FRI. open 7:00, shown 7:20, 9:25 etc.
Saturday, re-open 5:15,
"The estimated total traffic
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Sunday open 1:00, shown
for the 25th anniversary 1973-
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74, according to the response
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and propects on hand, will
SATURDAY KIDDIE MATINEE reach the figure of 7,500 pas-
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THE VOICE OF
DEBBIE REYNOLDS in
tour companies in the United
States, who book daily tours
with El Al, except Friday,
we sponsor 20 to 30 tours per
day, going to Israel or Israel
and Europe and other coun-
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that the existence of Israel not only strengthens the pres-
tige of Jews all over the world, but is a necessary haven
for Jews from countries of oppression. At the same time he
maintains that it is in the interest of Israel that the Jewish
communities in the diaspora remain strong. Without vigor-
ous Jewish communities in other lands, Israel's postien may
suffer, he feels. Five years ago he took his wife and his
two children-girls now 17 and 20 years of age for a visit
The new JTA president also has his definite views on
Jewish life in the United States. One of them is that anti-
Semitism in this country is not entirely dead, although it
is not as strong today as it was decades ago. He sees the
younger generations of Americans becoming free from bias,
yet he considers it important that American Jewry be on
the alert, lest the presently hidden anti-Semitic elements
raise their ugly 'heads at the first opportunity. He believes
that anti-Semitism is an ages-long malady which must be
In this respect he looks upon the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency as a very important instrument. By its speedy re.
porting of anti-Semitic symptoms, the JTA helps to nip
anti-Jewish efforts at their very beginning, he emphasizes.
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PERSONALITY PROFILE: Meet William M. Landau, the
newly-elected president of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency-
a man whose philosophy reflects the opinion that the Jewish
people are a worldwide community in which Jews in one
country must know of the problems of Jews in other coun-
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NYC Public Schools
Closed for Pesah
NEW YORK (JTA) - All
New York City public schools
have been closed for the first
time this year for the entire
eight-day Passover period in
a school calendar change pro-
posed by the Association of
Orthodox Jewish Teachers to
Dr. Seymour Lachman,
vice-president of the Central
Board of Education.
Philip Kipust, president of
the teachers group, said the
change meant that some
250,000 Jewish children and
teachers would be able to
avoid problems which might
make it difficult or impos-
sible to avoid eating leavened
EXPANSION PLANS: Mr. Landau considers that the JTA
has proven itself to be of great service to all Jewish com-
munities in the world, including Israel. He points to the fact
that all Jewish leaders in all countries depend to a great
extent on JTA news in order to keep their finger on the
pulse of Jewish life everywhere. Also, that millions of Jews
in various countries learn from JTA reports in the press-
the English-JewiSh, the French-Jewish, the Israeli-of the
communal, cultural, religious, social and philanthropic
achievements of the Jews in each country.
"An informed Jew is a good Jew; he is also a giving
Jew," the JTA president believes. He feels that the JTA
is indispensable to the American Jewish community as an
instrument of information. He also feels that the JTA has
established itself as an important factor in helping the
fund-raising activities of the many American Jewish agen-
cies and institutions, in presenting the specific commur - '
and organizational needs of American Jewry, in repor
on the needs of Israel, and in following closely every aspect
of American Jewish life.
Mr. Landau plans to expand the scope of the JTA ac-
tivities in this country and abroad. He has high praise for
Robert H. Arnow who served as JTA president since 1967
and has now been elected chairman of the JTA board of
directors. He is greatly impressed with Mr. Arnow's achieve-
ments in fortifying the JTA, solidifying its position and in-
creasing its prestige as an imnartial news agency with high
Extradition Seen for Former Nazi
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)- berger, 61, was made by the
The Argentine government West German Embassy here.
has agreed to allow West The Jewish survivors group
Germany to extradite to identified Schwammberger as
Bonn a former Nazi who has a former SS officer in com-
been living in Argentina mand of the Przemysl Ghetto
since 1949, it was reported and a commander of the Mie-
lee concentration camp, both
The decision was hailed by in Poland.
the Argentine Association of
The former Nazi, according
to the Jewish group, was
The request for the extra- personally responsible for
dition of Josef Schwamm- killing camp inmates.