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October 05, 1973 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, October 5, 1973

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NEW YORK — The 1,100,-
000 members of the Reform
movement in American Ju-
daism are being asked dur-
ing the High Holy Days of
din v'heshbon (judgment and
reckoning) to examine their
own ethics and morals in the
light of the Watergate which
emerged "out of the soil of
pervassive moral disorder in
the United States."
In "Watergate: A Moral
Inquiry," a booklet publish-
ed by the commission of
social action of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis,
Albert Vorspan, director of
the commission, asks "10
questions about Watergate
and us" which explore the
moral and ethical problems
raised by the Watergate

revelations and suggests an-
swers from Jewish religious
sources.
The result, according to
Harry K. Gutmann of Scars-
dale, chairman of the board
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, who
announced the booklet,
"strikes home." Watergate,
he said, "should have made
it clear that there is no
separation between private
and public morals; that the
betrayal in the one sphere
leads to the violations in the
others."

the American people." It
shows that "there is clearly
a disintegration of moral
values and ethical traditions
at all levels."

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A 41-
yeth.-old Bedouin chief was
sentenced to 10 years in pri-
son by a military tribunal
for possession of large quan-
tities of ammunition.
But the court suspended
six years of the sentence it
pronounced on Sheikh Ibra-
him Mouhammed A u d a,
leader of one of the Bedouin
tribes recently evacuated
from the Pitah Raffah area.
Sheikh Ibrahim was ac-
cused of concealing 80,000
rounds of ammunition in a
waterproof bunker on his
lands.
The charges against Sheikh
Ibrahim were filed some time
ago, but his trial_was delayed
pending the outcome of an
appeal by the sheikh and
other Bedouin chiefs to the
Israeli Supreme Court against
the seizure of their land by
the military. The appeal was
denied.
a
military
Meanwhile.
court in Lod imposed three
life sentences on 34-pear-old
Nasri Mouhammed Bashir,
accused of terrorist activi-
ties, including killing an Is-
raeli officer and wounding
four Israeli soldiers.
Bashir, from the Arab

NEW YORK (JTA) — Ko-
sher meat prices, which
reached an all-time high in
New York during the recent
federal meat price freeze,
appear to have peaked, the
Metropolitan New York Co-
ordinating Council on Jewish
Poverty reported.
Jerome M. Becker, coordi-
nating council president, also
reported that, in some in-
stances, those prices have
dropped slightly from their
record high levels.
Prices of kosher meat rose
from 20 to 30 per cent above
pre-freeze prices during the
freeze, which was lifted Sept.
10.
Butchers throughout the
New York area said there
was a plentiful supply° of
kosher meat for the High
Holy Days but said they did
not expect any sharp decline
in prices from current high
levels.

The Jewish Duty
The Nazi beasts considered
as Jews those who had a
Jewish grandfather and
grandmother. We consider as
Jews those who do something
about assuring for our people
that our children and grand-
children remain Jewish.
—Meir Bar Ilan.

"Every institution in Amer-
ica," he adds, "must re-
examine itself and its fail-
ures in the harsh light of
Watergate."

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Vorspan, in his booklet,
states that Watergate is not
only a "profound legal and
constitutional crisis which is
teesting the very foundations
of American democracy" but
is also "a moral crisis for

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lage of Sachnin in Upper
Galilee, trained in various
countries including Albania,
according to the prosecution.
Israeli police are investi-
gating an explosion that dam-
aged a van driven by Israeli
customs officials in Nablus.
The three men in the van
were not hurt.
Two Arab terrorists sen-
tenced last July to 18 months'
imprisonment for transport-
ing explosives into France,
have asked the court of ap-
peals in Grenoble to commute
their sentences into expulsion
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