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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Edward Levi-No False modesty

BY DAVID SCHWARTZ

in the federal courts against
the Arab oil producing
Attorney General Ed- countries for conspiring to
ward Levi announced that fix prices.
Conspiring to fix prices is
the Justice Department has
taken up the question unlawful in the United
whether suit can be brought States. Fixing prices is ob-
viously monopolistic and
*************ir monopoly is illegal. But how
DINE & DANCEt can you bring to justice a
EVERY NIGHT lt foreign concern? All of these
- 1L
James Cohen
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foreign monopolies have
Mon. & Tues.
American angles — Ameri-
Paula & Allen Sreet
can investments and it may
Wed.-Sat.
be possible to get at them in
that way.
Levi says he has hired
"one of the best anti-trust
lawyers in the country to
HOURGLASS* determine
the question —
18800 W, McNIC1101.01
41K namely me." Levi has no
(6 Nis.* of Soutiitite
538-4850 41 false modesty. He is one of
the best.

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

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Neurologists Set
Israel Symposium

ATHENS
SOUVLAKI

-Maybe it's due to his
background. His grand-
father, Rabbi Emil G.
Hirsch, of Sinai Temple,
Chicago, was nationally
known for his outspoken-
ness.

JERUSALEM — There
are only 2,500 Circassians in
Israel, who, like the Druze,
are full citizens. However,
until a few months ago, even
many Israelis knew little
about the Circassians.
They became known
Asser Levy opened a meat, when Palestinian terrorists
market in New Amsterdarri.- entered Rihaniya (the other
Peter Stuyvesant, the gov- Circassian village) which
ernor of New Amsterdam borders on Lebanon, and,
once listed as undesirables, after killing a villager, sur-
"Englishmen, Catholics,
rendered to the Israeli
Lutherans and Jews." He army.
especially didn't like Jews:
A Slavic people, the Cir-
One day the sheriff came cassians converted to Islam
into Asser Levy's meat mar- over 500 years ago from
ket.
Christianity. In 1860, fear-
"I have some good sal- ful of the Czarist regime
ami," said Asser Levy. "I that conquered their native
don't want any meat. I have homeland in the Kavkaz
a tax bill for you from the
governor," said the sheriff.

There is, we think, too
much of this modesty busi-
ness around. Maybe there is
such a thing as genuine
modesty, but most of it is
spurious, contaminated,
polluted and even if it were
pure, hardly desirable. The
Baal Shem Tov used to tell
the story of the man who
was so determined to be
modest and humble, he be-
gan to boast of his humility.
The Bicentennial celebra-
tion of America's independ-
ence should serve to stimu-
late the development of this
"I already paid my
quality. If you lack self-ap-
taxes," said Asser Levy.
preciation, you are challeng-
"Yes," said the sheriff,
ing the very fundamentals
"but this is a special Jew
of the American revolution.
tax in lieu of exempting
One can also appraoch the Jews from standing
problem in a religious way. guard."
The person who lacks self-
"Go back to Governor
appreciation should realize •Stuyvesant and tell him,"
that he is not obeying the said Levy, "I won't pay it
Bible. The Bible says God and listen, tell him some-
created him and God looked thing else. Tell him I don't
at his creation and said it want to be exempt from
was good. To think lowly of standing guard. What's
oneself is thus to go against more, I demand the right to
the Torah.
stand with my fellow citi-
Speaking of Attorney zens."
General Levi, I am re-
You can always bank on
minded of another Levi — the Levys for telling them.

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one of the Jewish "Pilgrim
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dam as it was then called
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Friday, August 15, 1975 31

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JERUSALEM — Israel's
foreign exchange reserves
at the end of May 1975 to-
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as at the end of the previous
month and an increase of
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