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December 14, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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Jews' Situation

BEST WISHES

FOR A

HAPPY
HANUKA

To All Our Friends & Patrons

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Establislud 1921

NORTHLAND
CENTER

Hayman Shamir,

in Greece Unchanged

Boris Smolar's

LONDON (JTA)—The po-
sition of Greek Jews has nct
changed in any way as a re-
sult of the latest change of
government, the JTA was
told by Joseph Lovinger,
chairman of the Jewish corn-
munity in Greece who at-
tended the meeting of the
European executive of the
World Jewish Congress, to-
gether with Lazar Eliezer,
one of the leaders of the
community.

'Between You
... and Me'

Regarding the Middle East,
Lovinger said: "The new
government did not change
the foreign policy of the

.l country-



THE
BEST DEALS
ARE STILL AT
TAMAROFF

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Editor-in• Chief Emeritus, JTA
-- (Copyright 1973, JTA Inc.)

a Founder of the
Israel Air Force

TEL AVIV (JTA) —Hay-
man Shamir, a founder of
the Israel Air Force and a
leader in the aircraft and
electronics industry in Is-
rael, died Dec. 2 at age 53.
The Russian-born aviation
and electronics expert, whose
name was formerly Hyman
Scheckman, was brought as
a child to Chicago where his
family lived until they settled
in Palestine in 1932.

ON THE ALERT: The energy crisis has put national
Jewish organizations on the alert. Groups engaged in the
field of combatting anti-Semitism in this country fear pos-
sible anti-Semitic and anti:Israel "fallouts" from discussions
of energy problems, especially if gasoline shortages become
more acute in the ensuing months and if Americans find
their heating oil in short supply.
Mr. Shamir returned twice
President Nixon told the convention of editors that to the United States for
years before the rulers of the oil-producing Arab countries training as an engineer and
had threatened to cut their supply of oil to the United also learned to fly as a hob-
States, he warned Congress of an anticipated fuel shortage by.
in this country and made his remedial recommendations
He served in the U. S. Air
which were not acted upon.
Force during World War II
Oil companies and pro-Arab elements in this country and after the war helped
are proceeding with their campaign to impress Americans to bring "illegal" immigrants
that the fuel shortage is due to the support given by the to Israel. He helped develop
U.S. to Israel. Over and above this issue, anti-Semitic and the plan for the creation of
anti-Israel elements in this country are beginning to project the Israeli Air Force and
as a major thesis the notion that American Jewish "self- served as its deputy com-
interest" groups working on behalf of Israel do so to the mander in chief during the
detriment of American interests. This "divided loyalty" in- War of Independence.
sinuation may, it is feared, appear with increasing fre-
In 1951, he left the air
quency in the months ahead when a scapegoat will be force to become director of
sought as the strain of the oil crisis will grow, mobility operations and maintenance
reduced and physical discomfort increased. Jewish alert- for El Al.
ness is therefore necessary.
Shamir left El Al in 1952
It is no secret that King Faisal of Saudi Arabia has to help found Bedek Avia-
a personal income of more than $1,000,000 a day as his tion Corp., the forerunner of
share in oil profits. He does not spend any of his money Israel Aircrafts Industries,
for the welfare of his people but keeps accumulating it and served as its deputy
in banks in the United States, Switzerland and England. managing director until 1964.
Within a decade he will have so much money—and nothing
He resigned to enter pri-
to do with it—that he will be able to buy controlling in- vate industry and became
terests in leading European and American enterprises. chief executive of Mad In-
This is also the case with other sheikhs in the smaller oil- vestments, Ltd., TAT, Ltd.
producing countries. They will thus be able to impose their a n d East/Mem Industrial
will on any country in which they will hold power on. in- Services as well as sole own-
dustrial life by remote control, or they will create there er of MIKA Consultants, Ltd.
economic chaos and unemployment, since the loss of money
does not mean anything to them, being replenished each
Prof. Martin Plessner,
day by oil income.
Some competent Americans do not hesitate to suggest Hebrew Researcher
JERUSALEM—Prof. Mar-
that in order to prevent such a challenge of might by a
few feudal "barons" to countries of modern life and civili- tin (Meir) Plessner, Hebrew
zation, the Arab rulers should be told by civilized goyern- University professor of Is-
ments that the oil in their possession is considered inter- lamic civilization, emeritus,
national property and that they are only the trustees of died Nov. 27 at age 73.
Prof. Plessner was an in-
that property. International property requires international
ternationally known re-
supervision.
For thinking Americans, the oil crisis is now no longer searcher in Islamic studies
an issue involving Israel. It is the beginning of an organized and Arabic literature. Born
serious challenge of a few Arab rulers to the United States and educated in Germany,
he served in academic posi-
and to all civilized democratic countries.
tions in various universities
there until the Nazis came
Ben-Gurion Avenue Named in Tel Aviv
to power.
After his immigration to
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Ben-Gurion had his home for
old avenue in northern Tel many years, will be named Israel in 1933, he taught for
Aviv, Keren Kayemet Ave- Ben-Gurion Avenue in a de- many years in the Reali
School in Haifa. In 1933-34
nue, where the late David cision by the city.
and 1950, he served as the
Plumer Fellow at the He-
brew University, joining its
faculty in 1952.
Prof Plessner was consid-
ered an expert in Jewish
studies and Greek culture,
as well as the Moslem world.

"My husbands
a"perked coffee" Mayvin.
He insists on Maxim:"

Golan May Have
Own Urban Center

JERUSALEM (JTA) — An
inter - ministerial committee

Maxim tastes like
perked coffee because
Maxim starts with fresh
perked coffee. Then it's
freeze-dried into big dark
chunks—chunks of real
perked coffee. That's
Maxim. Fantastic flavor
by the cup or the potful.

is studying the possibility of
creating an urban center in
the Golan Heights.
A source close to the com-
mittee said, however, that a
published report that work
was about to begin on the
construction of the city was
premature.
What is being considered,
the source said, is a center
which would have both in-
dustry and administrative of-
fices to service the kihutzim

and moshavim on the
Heights. The idea is being
examined on economic and
"other" grounds, the source
said.

K CERTIFIED KOSHER

MAXIM: The Mayvin's favorite for fine coffee flavor.

Facts had little to do with
the convictions of Cotton
Mather. He carved his devils
in his heart.
—Ludwig Lewisohn

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