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April 21, 1978 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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54 Friday, April 21, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel Members to Hear Lectures

The Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University
will hear a talk by Dr.
...Maxine Green 4:30 p.m.
Monday in the Hilberry
Lounge of the Student Cen-
ter building. Dr. Green will
speak on "The Classroom as
a Moral Community." Dr.

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• BILL CAPLAN •

▪ GRAEME
• FLOWERS

Arabs' Ties to Nazis Recalled

"COHODAS: THE STORY OF A FAMILY"

$

Chauvinists Hit

for Wife Beating
Green is a professor of edu-
cation at the Teachers Col-
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
lege of Columbia Univer-
leading Israeli
Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be
sity.
criminologist reported that
George Zeltzer, vice withheld from publication upon request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials
between 30,000-50,000 Is-
president of the Jewish Wel- will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.
raeli wives suffer beatings
fare Federation and chair-
by their husbands each
man of the Large City
year, almost two percent of
Budgeting Conference of
the population.
Editor, The Jewish News: Parti Quebecois, and Its objective is to reas-
the Council of Jewish Fed-
According
to
Dr.
Harold M. Waller, associ- explores the views and atti- sure the Quebec resi- Menahem Amir, director of
erations and Welfare
ate professor of political sci- tudes of the five million dents who fear economic the Hebrew University's In-
Funds, will address the
ence at McGill University, Francophones and the mil- disaster would result stitute of Criminology, the
Hillel Foundation 11:30
Montreal and a native De- lion Anglophones-towards should Quebec secede high incidence of battered
a.m. Tuesday in the Hillel
troiter, has authored two the government of Premier from the Canadian Fed- wives in Israel is not the re-
Lounge on campus. He will
timely
studies. In the Feb- Rene Levesque. In addition, eration. Interestingly, the
speak on "Jewish Detroit in
sult of drunken spouses, as
ruary issue of "The New he assesses the "Charter of concept "sovereignty- in most other countries, but
the 1980s." The public is in-
Leader"
he published an in- the French Language" association" implies a a direct function of the male
vited at no charge.
formative article on "The enacted by the Quebec Par- sovereign Quebec eco- chauvinist society that
Passover luncheon reser-
Politics of Independence in liament. The charter's aim nomically associated exists in Israel.
vations are still being ac-
Quebec," and in the 1978 is to make "Quebec as with Canada.
cepted. For reservations or
Addressing the annual
American Jewish Year French as Ontario is
_information on Hillel pro-
Dr. Waller's survey of the conference on criminology,
he surveyed the litera- English."
Book
grams, call the Hillel office,
Amir said the same phe-
literature
on
Jewish
public
Prof. Waller, moreover,
ture en Jewish public af-
nomenon is demonstrated
577-3459.
fairs that had appeared in throws significant light affairs in the "American
in cases of rape.
on Rene Levesque's di- Jewish Year Book" com-
the years 1975-1976.
prises the publications deal- • • • • • • • • • • • •
In the article on Quebec, versionary tactic re-
ing with Israel, the Ameri-
Prof. Waller provides a ferred to as
poignant analysis of the "sovereignty-association." can and world Jewish com-
munities, anti-Semitism,
* ■
the Holocaust, and the
works of prominent Jewish
personalities, such as Golds
• That Arafat's uncle, the Meir's "My Life," Moshe
Editor, The Jewish News:
Belatedly, in response to Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Dayan's "The Story of My •
12111 W. 7 AIRE RD.

Leon Wieseltier's op-ed ar- was one of Himmler's top Life," and Yigael Allon's •
ticle, "Auschwitz and assistants and was named "My Father's House." Im- •
Peace" (March 10 New York as a major war criminal at portantly, each of the sur- •
FREE MINOS

Times) urging Israel to ac- Nuremberg.
veys include a concise com- •
AT YOE NONE

commodate Sadat, it would
• That Egypt's prop- mentary by Prof. Waller.


FOR AU. PARTIES
A. A. Warren
be a bit of realism to note:
aganda apparatus — radio,

•••••••••••
• That pro-Nazi revolts press, television — is run by
occurred in the only Arab Dr. Johannes von Leers,
Opesieg I. May
states which were semi- formerly Chief of Staff to
independent between 1939 Goebbels.
Applegate Spare
and 1945 — that is, Iraq
• That the PLO charter
Mirth/ester' & Mister
calls for the elimination of
(1941) and Egypt (1942).
• That Sadat worked for all Jews who came to Israel
the Nazi Gestapo during the after the beginning of the
Throw away your razors,
war and was eventually put "Zionist invasion" — i.e.,
tweezers, bleaches and depilatories
in jail by the British for this 3,000,000 out of 3,100,000.
Ralph Slovenko
reason.

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* * *

Skokie and the Holocaust

Editor, The Jewish News:
At a time when the
fashionability of Nazism
has increased to the point
that these pathetic perverts
are organizing public ac-
tivities such as the proposed
march on Skokie, ill., it is
necessary that three facts
about the Holocaust be re-
viewed.
Firstly, the Holocaust
really happened. The fact
that neo-Nazis can even
debate the validity of this

0

truth indicates a total fail-
ure on the part of our educ-
tors and newsmen.
Secondly, Americans
were fully informed of the
slaughter of European
Jewish children, and men
and women. These records
are not secret.
Thirdly, in those coun-
tries where 90 percent of
the Jewish population
was eventually extermi-
nated, the Nazis could
often rely on "local initia-
tive" to achieve their
ends. Indeed, the slaugh-
ter continued after Hi-
tler's armies were dis-
mantled.

The U.S. Constitution
provides for free speech but
specifically denies the right
to incite riot. There is no
justification to give the
Nazis a permit to march
through a Jewish commu-
nity.

Wayne M. Grasses



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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Gotthelf of Birmingham
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Beth
Susan Gotthelf, to Milton
Carl Fisk, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Fisk of Oak Park.
Miss Gotthelf attends Oak-
land University where she
is majoring in political sci-
ence. A June wedding is
planned.

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