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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-18

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Gen. Herzog, Military- Analyst,
Due at Bnai Moshe Town Hall

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The final lecture of the
Bnai Moshe Town Hall
Series, will be held 7:45 p.m.
Tuesday, featuring Major
Gen. Chaim Herzog, political
analyst on the Middle East.
Tickets will be sold at the
door.
Gen. Herzog, radio and
TV military commentator in

GEN. CHAIM HERZOG

Israel, Great Britain, Ger-
many, Sweden and France,
became known as "The Ed
Marrow of Israel" during
the Six-Day War and was
credited with helping trans-
form the mood of a nation.
As military commentator of
the Israel Broadcast Ser-
vice, his analyses them-
selves were "part of his-
tory," in the words of It-
zhak Rabin, Israel's am-
bassador to the U.S.
Born in Ireland, Gen. Her-
zog is a graduate in law from
the universities of London and
Cambridge. His boyhood was
spent in Palestine, where he
initiated a military career by
serving in the Jewish under-
ground defense organization.
He joined the British Army
in World -War II and par-
ticipated in the battles which
liberated Northwest Europe.
During Israel's War of
Independence, he served as
brigade chief of staff.

German Concern !Preferential Hiring Admitted
Attributed to
by N.Y. State U. at Albany
Mid East Tension
NEW YORK — The De- Such distortion, he said, "is

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 18, 1973-21

BRIDGE

BONN (JTA) — West partment of Health, Educa- destructive of equal oppor-
Germany and its European tion anw Welfare has corrob- tunity and violative of the
partners continue to be orated a charge made by the Constitution and Federal and
FOR BEGINNERS —
seriously concerned about Anti-Defamation League of State laws and can only re-
INTERMEDIATE— ADVANCED
the existence of tension in Bnai Brith that the State sult in exacerbating tensions
MON. — WED. — FRI.
the Middle East, Foreign University of New York at and bias.
CLASSES NOW FORMING
Minister Walter Scheel said. Albany had engaged in pref-
For Further Info. Call
erential
hiring
of
faculty.
The Mother of Reason
Scheel said his forthcom-
The
corroboration
came
in
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ing talks in Cairo (May 20-
Since Freud, it is quite
22), Amman (May 22-24), a letter to ADL by Samuel clear that emotion is a major
METRO BRIDGE CLUB
and Beirut (May 24-25) H. Solomon, special assistant part of human life, the
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to
the
director
of
HEW's
Of-
would help Germany under-
mother of reason, the source
OAK PARK
fice
for
Civil
Rights,
who
had
of art, science, literature
stand better the Arab point
investigated the charge.
of view.
Solomon said that Vice and religion. — Joshua Loth Classifieds Get Quick Results
President Anwar Sadat of President John Hartley of Liebman.
Egypt also wants to hear of SUNYA had conceded that
his and Chancellor Willy statements assigning certain
faculty positions on the basis
Brandt's recent conversa- of sex and race on a one-on-
tions with President Nixon one and one-on-three basis
and Soviet Communist Party had been made in the early
stages of the university's af-
chief Leonid I. Brezhnev.
firmative action program and
Scheel said that the same "that these statements may
applied to Brandt's talks in have gone beyond the pro-
One of Allied Van Lines Largest Haulers
Israel. These, too, would gram's intent."
help towards better under-
Solomon added that HEW
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standing, he stated.
has "taken strong exception"
Birmingham
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Scheel said he was con- to the earmarking of posi-
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vinced of the possibility of tions by SUNYA "and we
have
so
indicated
to
Mr.
ending the Middle East con-
flict. All parties are inter- Harley."
Pointing out that "over-
ested in spending money on
economic development, not statements of program objec-
QUALITY • SERVICE • PRICE
tives by responsible admin-
attacks that now threaten its armaments, he said.
istrators
have
the
effect
of
viability, if not its existance."
policy whether or not that is
The synagogue, he noted, S. African Student
the intent," Solomon said,
has become "the victim of
LEADS THE WAY
"we feel very strongly that
deteriorating neighborhoods." Journal Angers
SO DOES
there
is
a
need
for
accuracy
Rabbi Bernstein stressed, Jewish Community
and clarity on the part of
"It is the purpose of the
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) university administrative of-
synagogue political action
committees to take early —Jewish communal leaders ficials." He promised to con-
NORTHLAND FORD
steps to prevent such deter- here are concerned about at- tinue to "monitor this situ-
10 MILE & GREENFIELD
ioration and to preserve the tacks made on Israel and the ation" at the school.
Vice
President
Hartley,
character and viability of the local Jewish community by
community."
a small group of Jewish stu- Solomon said, made clear
Rabbi Bernstein stated that dents at Cape Town Univer- that the university's current
the political action commit- sity who publish, under the policy "rejects quotas as a
tees will also "impress upon sponsorship of the Students' means of implementing an
our people not to run from Jewish Association at that affirmative action program."
Hartley, in conceding the
areas which become racially university, a student journal,
abuses in the early stages of
mixed."
"Strike."
the school's affirmative ac-
Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld,
The articles about Israel
first vice-president of the are of the "New Left" var- tion program, contended that
Council, declared that these iety, accusing the Jewish ill-advised actions resulted
committees will also have to state, among other things, of because "adequate informa-
tion and proper guidance
cope with the economic and "oppressing" the Arabs.
were lacking."
professional pressures which
The articles dealing with
Milton A. Seymour, chair-
so-called affirmative action the local Jewish community
man of ADL's New York
and quota systems have plac-
ed upon the Jewish commun- criticize communal leaders Board, observed that the in-
and the rabbinate for reneg- cident at SUNYA fits into the
ity.
ing on Jewish ethics by not pattern of many documented
opposing apartheid, and for e x a m p l e s of preferential
allegedly maintaining silence treatment and other improper
on low wages paid to Af- procedures in admissions and
Ambassador Barbour, who rican workers.
employment at colleges and
will also speak at the dinner
They also accuse the universities.. He stated that
will receive the honorary de- South African Jewish Board the Anti-Defamation League
gree of Doctor of Laws. A of Deputies of allegedly strongly supports both the
foreign service officer since climbing down from past at- merit system and affirmative
1931 'after his graduation titudes to a position of action programs "but opposes
from Harvard University, he silence on political issues.
those distortions of such pro-
was assigned to the State
Interviewed by the local grams which lead to prefer-
Department in 1945 where he press, D. K. Mann, chair- ential treatment of one per-
served as minister-counsel to man of the South African son or group over another on
Between Inkster & Middlebelt
Moscow, director of the of-
account of race, or creed."
fice of Eastern European Jewish Board of Deputies,
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affairs, and department assis- dissociated the board from
"Strike,"
saying
that
it
was
tant secretary of State for
contrary to the long-estab-
European Affairs.
lished policy of the board of
Ambassador Barbour also deputies to adopt a political
served missions to Baghdad,
Iraq and Cairo, and in 1955 stand.
Take the family to the world famous Walter and May Reuther
was named U.S. minister to
Education Center at Black Lake, Michigan.
London. He served in Eng- AJCommittee Prints
land until when he was
named ambassador to Israel School Calendar
until early this year.
NEW YORK—The Ameri-
• Recreational and educational programs sponsored by Histadrut
The honorary degrees will can Jewish Committee an-
• Nationally prominent speakers including:
be conferred by Dr. Abra- nounced the publication of its
ham I. Katsh, president of 1973-1974 school calendar,
I. L. Kenen, Editor, Near East Report
listing all important patriotic
Dropsie.
Ziedan
Atashi, Consul for Information, Israel
Also participating in the and religious observances.
Consulate, New York
The
school
calendar,
cover-
dinner program will be Wil-
Professors Nathan Yanai and John Flagler, experts on
liam B. Thomas, chairman of ing the entire school year
from September 1973 to Sep-
the board of governors.
American and Israeli labor relations.
tember 1974, explains Pro-
testant, Catholic, Moslem
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56th, New York 10022.
Thomas Jefferson.

LESSONS

Synagogues Urged to Utilize
Political Action for Community

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Rabbinical Council of
America, in its leadership
legislative conference here
last week, adopted a unani-
mous resolution urging "the
establishment of political ac-
tion committees in every
synagogue across the coun-
try in order to safeguard and
protect the economic and po-
litical status of the Ameri-
can Jewish community."
Elaborating on the coun-
cil's action, Rabbi Louis
Bernstein, president of the
Rabbinical Council declared,
"Such political action com-
mittees have become an ab-
solute necessity for the Jew-
ish community, not only to
promote legislation which
they deem for the well being
of the American community
and which will enhance
American freedom and the
quality of its life, but also
to defend the synagogue and
the Jewish community from

Dropsie Honors Mazar, Barbour

PHILADELPHIA.-Dr. Ben-
jamin Mazar, noted archaeol-
ogist whose excavations at
the Temple Mount in Jerusal-
urn attracted world wide at-
tention, and Walworth Bar-
bour, who has just retired as
U.S. ambassador to Israel,
will be honored by Dropsie
University here at co m-
mencement exercises after
the sixth annual dinner of the
institution's board of goven-
ors, May 31, at the Warwick
Hotel.
Dr. Mazar professor of
ancient Jewish history and
archeology at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, is
coming here from Israel to
receive an honorary degree
of Doctor of Humane Letters.
He will be guest speaker at
the dinner, giving an illus-
trated talk on "R e c e n t
Excavations of the Western
Wall." Digging through the
accumulated debris of mil-
lennia, Dr. Mazar reached
pavements of the Herodian
era. The author of many
works on his excavations in
Israel since 1931, and a two-
volume "World History of the
Jewish People," Dr. Mazar is
also president of the Israel
Exploration Society and
chairman of the Archaeology
Board of Israel.

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