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uated from. ;Erasmus 1-101
High School.
The octogenarian complet-
ed his masters program in
one year at Bernard Revel
Graduate School so that he
could get started in work-
ing with the aged "to make
their life more bearable, to
share expericenes and knowl-
edge with older, unfortunate
people.

Octogenarian Gets Yeshiva U. Degree'

NEW YORK — Louis Mil-
rod, 80, will receive his
masters degree June 6 at
eshiva University and is mak-
• ing plans to go on for a doc-
• itorate in modern American
Jewish history.
Milrod, who will become
the oldest Yeshiva. University
degree recipient, is already

a veteran of unusual aca-
demic accomplishments. A
grandfather of 20, he receiv-
ed a BA in Judaic studies
from City University of New
York in 1973 and an associ-
ate in 'arts degree from
Kingsborough Conimuni-
ty College in 1972. At the age
of 75, in 1969, he was grad-

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Arab Propagandists in Latin America

By M. M. ROSENTHAL

Director, Latin Amer:can Af-
fairs Department of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith.
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

Israel and Latin American
Jewry are the twin targets of
a sophisticated, well-financed
Arab offensive now under
way in Latin America.
In Arab eyes, Latin Ameri-
ca is a major base of politi-
cal support for Israel. Since
November, 1947, when Latin
American votes were crucial
to a United Nations decision
to create the State of Israel,
about one-half of the votes
supportive of Israel's posi-
tion at the UN have been
cast by Latin American rep-
resentatives. An Israeli diplo-
mat, commenting in 1972 on
Latin American support for
Israel and the fact that Is-
rael maintained diplomatic
relations with all 24 coun-
tries there, said that "Israel
is proud of its position and
success there." Now both are
threatened. Two nations have
broken diplomatic relations
with Israel; Cuba in Septem-
ber, 1973 and Guiana in
March, 1974.
The political offensive was
launched last January by
Lebanon's Foreign Minister
Fouad Naffah, who visited
seven Latin American capi-
tals as the official spokes-
man for the Arab League to
explain to heads of state the
Arab position on the Middle
East and get their support
for Arab demands — Israeli
withdrawal from all terri-
tories occupied in 1967 and
the self-determination of the-
Palestinian people. Fouad
Naffah visited Cuba, Mexico,
Colombia, Venezuela, Argen-
tina, Uruguay and Brazil.
The Colombian communi-
que and those of some of the
other nations visited re-
affirmed support for this
principle as well as UN Reso-
lution 242. Mexico went fur-
ther than support by insisting
that "Israel must withdraw
all 6f its forces from all -of
the territories which it now
occupies as a result of the
war of 1967." An additional
indication of Mexico's shift
toward the Arab position was
its reference, for the first
time, to the concept of "the
Palestinian people." The
communique spoke of the
need to insure "a suitable
and free future for the Pales-
tinian people."
As the largest, wealthiest
and most influential Latin
American nations, Brazil and
Argentina are the f o c al
points of the Arab offensive.
There were varied assess-
ments of the import of Naf-
fah's visit to Brazil. "Brazil
decides to support the Arabs"
was the headline on Feb. 1
in the Brazilian daily, Folha
De Sao Paulo. In asserting
that the Latin American
draft resolution still repre-
sents brazil's thinking on
the issue of whether Israel
must withdraw from "some"
or "all" territories, Brazil's
Foreign Minister Gibson Bar-
boza seemed to be backing
the Arab interpretation of
UN Resolution 242, i.e., that
Israel must withdraw from
all territories.
The Brazilian ambassador
to Israel, Miguel do Rio
Branco, subsequently denied
reports that Brazil had moved
closer to the Arab position.
According to Israeli press
stories, he said his govern-

S'

ment "had not changed its
policy of neutrality in rela-
tion to the countries in the
Middle East . . . The speech
by Gibson Barboza to his
Lebanese colleague did not
mention any demand for
the withdrawal of Israeli
forces from the occupied ter-
ritories . . . The interpreta-
tion of my government of
Resolution _242 of the Secur-
ity Council of the United
Nations has not changed and
will not change."
The ambiguity of Brazil's
position may, in large mea-
sure, be due to the fact that
Naffah was dealing with a
lame-duck administration, six
weeks before President Er-
nesto Geisel was sworn into
office. But because Brazil's

rapidly expanding economy
needs large amounts of for
eign capital, depends heavily
upon imported oil and Presi-
dent Geisel worked closely
with the Arabs when he was
president of the state-owned
oil firm, Petrobras, the new
government's Middle East
policy may be more respon-
sive to Arab demands.
Argentina's response was
less ambiguous. At a banquet
held in his honor, the Arab
spokesman spelled out the
Arab position and urged Ar-
gentina to play its proper
role "in defense of justice
and law." Argentine Foreign
Minister, Alberto J. Vignes
endorsed Naffah's speech
saying, "we share the same
principles."

Why Killing Animals
Is Permitted for Food

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 24, 1974-31

By Dr. SAMUEL J. FOX

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

MOVIE
GUIDE

Why is it that Judaism
which is so merciful to all
living things, condones the
killing of animals for food? Americana Complex 1, 2, 3, 4
Greenfield Rd., N. of 9 Mile
One reason is offered by
358-3920
358-1414
Rabbi Albo in his Sefer ha-
Wed. MATINEES ALL
Ikkarim. Albo explains that
THEATERS-1 Show only
at 1:15—$1
from the period of Ada mto
that of Noah, eating flesh
was prohibited to men. In AMERICANA I
"THE STING" (PG)
the days of Noah, permis-
sion was granted to the hu- AMERICANA II
man race to eat flesh be-
"THE EXORCIST" (R)
cause a great fault in human AMERICANA III
thought and conduct had oc-
"MAME" (PG)
curred. There were many, in-
cluding Cain, who assumed AMERICANA IV
"BLAZING SADDLES" (R)
that man is no higher than
the animal because eating the
12 Mile -Coolidge
LI 2-0 330
flesh of the animal was pro- BERKLEY
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Mon-
hibited. People then thought day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
of themselves as no more re- day.
Open 7:00. Featurette, "FEVER
sponsible for their actions IN RIO", at 7:20 and 9:10.
Barbra Streisand, Ryan O'Neal in
than animals.
"WHAT'S UP DOC?" (G)
After the flood, man was
at 7:40 and 9:30
given permission to eat meat Saturday matinee, open at 1:00
"FEVER
IN RIO" at 1:25,
to emphasize that he was in-
"WHAT'S UP DOC?" at 1:45.
deed superior to animals
Over at 3:15.
Saturday eve. at 7:00.
and therefore should act ac- Re-Opening
"WHAT'S UP DOC?"
cordingly. It must be under-
at 7:40 and 9:30.
Sunday open at 1:00, "FEVER IN
stood clearly that in Ju- RIO"
at 125, 3:20, 5:10, 7:00, 8:50.
daism, even though man is "WHAT'S UP DOC?" at 1:45, 3:40,
allowed the freedom of eat- 5:30, 7:20 and 9:10.
ing flesh, his (:onsumption
of flesh is, nevertheless,
placed under severe restric-
tions. He can only eat cer-
tain types of animals, only
after a restricted kind of
slaughter plus other restric-
tions. Hence, Judaisms per-
mission to eat flesh is rather
restrictive than permissive.

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Resident to Be
in State Opera

Marge Lee Ruby of Bir-
mingham has been accepted
as a member of the Michi-
gan Opera Company for the
1974-75 season beginning in
October with the production
of "La Traviata."
Formerly of Chicago, Mrs.
Ruby was graduated from
the Chicago Musical College
and the Roosevelt University
Opera Workshop. She was a
member of the Lyric Opera
Company in Chicago, the
Halevi Choral Society and the
Reenah Choral Society. She
also sang in high school and
college productions.
In Detroit, Mrs.' Ruby has
sung with the Cong. Shaarey
Zedek Choir and sings with
the Bel Canto Choral Group,
directed by Dan Braude.

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