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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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22 Friday, November 30, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Builds
Embassy in Cairo

Lights! Action!

MACK PITT

CAIRO (ZINS) — In an
elegant suburb of Cairo, a
new building is going up to
house the Israeli Embassy
which is expected to open in
February 1980. The Egyp-
tian Embassy will be lo-
cated in Herzliya-Pituach.

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Woman Seen as a Possible Senate Successor to Javits

By DAVID SCHWARTZ

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

Women are entering all
fields, as we know, and it is
no great surprise that some
should want to be in the
U.S. Senate. No doubt, in
the not far distance, there
will be a woman President
of the United States. A lot of
men pride themselves on
being good cooks. Maybe it
won't be long before the men
will stay home and do the
cooking in the kitchen and
the women will do the polit-
ical cooking.
Anyway, two very nice
ladies are reported to have
their eyes on the Senate
seat now occupied by Sena-
tor Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.):
Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman
(D-N.Y.) and Bess Meyer-
son.
Both would be formidable
candidates. Holtzman de-
feated Rep. Emanuel Celler,
who was regarded as un-
beatable, and Bess Meyer-
son is very popular. She has
frequently been mentioned
for the job of mayor of New
York.
Javits and Senator
Barry Goldwater (R-
Ariz.) are two Senators
who will soon have to
make up their minds
whether they will try for
another term. Both have
served four terms al-
ready. Javits, 75, is the
older, and Goldwater is
70.
It is interesting to com-
pare the backgrounds of the
two. Their parents came to
America from Russia and
Poland. Goldwater's father
was a peddler and opened a

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store in Arizona. He mar-
ried an Episcopalian
woman and Barry Goldwa-
ter was brought up in the
Episcopalian faith, so he is
only half Jewish. One time
Barry Goldwater, because
of his Jewish name, was
barred from an exclusive
golf club. He protested,
"Can't I at least play nine
holes," he said, "since I am
only half Jewish."
Javits' father stayed in
New York and became,
first, a pants presser and
later a janitor.
Recently this columnist,
writing about Julius
Rosenwald, recalled an old
anecdote about the great
American merchant. Carl
Albert of the Haifa Techn-
ion, feels that it was a little
unfair, leaving the impres-
sion that he was not in-
terested in Zionism. He
points out that Rosenwald
made some notable contri-
butions to the development
of Israel — especially as re-
gards the development of its
agriculture. It was only
Jewish political
nationalism which he could
not accept.
Rosenwald's son Les-
sing, while visiting Israel,
apologized to David Ben
Gurion for failing to give
him all the support he

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Kosher Violations
Reported in NY

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
total of 290 cases of evidence
of violations of New York
state's kosher labeling law
in the period of June 1978
through August 1979 by
kosher food producers, ven-
dors and facilities, has been
reported by Rabbi Schulem
Rubin, chief supervisor of
the kosher law enforcement
division of the Agriculture
and Markets Department.
He said that evidence of
violations were found dur-
ing inspection visits to
supermarkets, kosher res-
taurants, kosher caterers,
kosher meat jobbers and
butchers, bakeries, and re-
lated producers, sellers and
outlets. He reported that
total penalties amounted to
$6,250 in 1976; $11,400 in
1977; and $33,250 in 1978.
During the August 1978
to August 1979 year, a
total of 3,679 warnings
were issued by inspec-
tors.
Rabbi Rubin said that
while $200 was the typical
penalty, a kosher meat
market paid a $2,000 pen-
alty for alleged possession of
non-kosher fowl planned to
be sold as kosher.

General Opposed
to Peace Treaty

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Re-
serve Gen. Dan Laner, in an
interview in Yediot Ac-
hronot, warns that the pre-
cedent of returning the
Sinai to Egypt has not been
lost on Israel's enemies who
want a separate Palestinian
state on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
For this reason he termed
the peace pact with Egypt a
mistake, saying Egypt
risked nothing while Israel
risked e-Verything.

wanted to, saying, "You
know, I have kept a little
distant because I am a
great lover of America."
"Oh," said Ben-Gurion,
"so you are a Zionist after
all. All American Zionists
tell me the same thing."'

* * *

As this column was being
written, there was much
talk about what to do about

Iran.
Our opinion is that
President Carter should
send the Ayatollah a book.
A cultured man like him, no
doubt, would appreciate a
book. The book I recom-
mend is one which tells
about Haman and what one
of his students tried to do to
the Jews, • the Zionists,
everyone who was different
from them.

Non-Jewish View Given
on Holocaust in New Book

Holocaust tragedies af-
fected Christians as well as
Jews. While there were the
Six Million victims, there
were nearly that many
more non-Jews who died at
the hands of the Nazi be-
asts.
One such Christian, a
Pole who at the age of 10
began to witness the horrors
that were imposed on War-
saw, describes his people's
woes in "Dying, We Live"
(Holt, Reinhart and
Winston).

Julien Eugeniusz Kulski,
the author of this volume
recollecting the horrors,
was the son of the mayor of
Warsaw. He joined the free-
dom fighters at an early
age.
The author, who now
resides in Virginia, wit-
nessed the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising and
served as a messenger
between the Polish resis-
tance and the Jewish
fighters.

Kulski was captured by
the Gestapo and upon his re-
lease fought with the Polish
Home Army in August and

September of 1944. He was
captured again and was a
prisoner of war until the
war's end.
He compiled a journal of
his experiences shortly-
after the war and his book is
based on the reminiscenses
in this journal. His book is
fully illustrated with photos
of the war years.
The 150 photographs in
this volume contain many
not published hitherto. His
recollections are of suffer-
ings by Poles and Jews.
There is an account of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
and while it is not detailed
and does not contain the
Passover observance and
the names of the heroes in
that historic act, it does not
overlook one of the basic
elements of the resistance to
Nazism in Poland by the
courageous Jews.
Deeply moving, the
author drew upon Robert
Browning for the title of
his book:
"Good, to forgive;
Best, to forget!
Living, we fret!
Dying, we live."
—P.S.

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