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January 25, 1980 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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Friday, Jamary 25, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonds Appointee

NEW YORK — Yitzhack

I. Rager, Israeli diplomat,

journalist and soldier, has
assumed the position of vice
president of the Develop-
ment Corporation for Israel,
the corporate structure for
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Merits of Tour-Front War,' Puzzle of Attack on Leaders

William Pearl met Adolf
Eichmann face to face in
1938 in Vienna, during the
first months of Nazi occupa-
tion of Austria, in behalf of
refugees seeking asylum. In
1963 he was a witness at the
Eichmann trial in
Jerusalem.
He had an important role
in supervising escape of
Jews from Nazis under the
schemes of "illegal immi-
gration" into Palestine. He
charged that some Jewish
leaders were tools of the
British and had not

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B'NAI BRITH HILLEL WAYNE STATE

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Wed., Jan. 30 — 8 P.M.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

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"ISSUES and OPINIONS-1980"

(A FOUR PART MINI SERIES of TOWN HALL)

4 Tuesdays in February at 8 p.m.

—Presented By The B'NAI MOSHE CULTURAL COMMISSION-

Tues., Feb.

5—JUNE BROWN

Detroit News Commentator, will speak on:

"Blacks and Jews, Starting Over"

Tues., Feb. 12—DOUG

ROSS

State Senator, Michigan 15th Sen. Dist., will speak on:

"Ethical Dilemmas in Politics"

Tues., Feb.

19—RABBI DANIEL R. ALLEN

Exec. Dir. of Hillel, Michigan State University

will give a lecture on:

"Is There a Jewish Life After High School?"

Tues., Feb.

26—DR. CAROL RITTNER, R.S.M.

Director of the Learning Resource Center
of Mercy College of Detroit, will deliver a talk on:

"The Holocaust and the Churches"

Congregation B'nai Moshe

14930 W. Ten Mile Rd. — Oak Park

Open to the Community

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thoroughly aided the escape
from Nazism into Palestine.
He was a leader in rescue
efforts and state building
and is commended as such
by Israeli Prime Minister
Menahem Begin.

These and many other
factors enter into his
book "The Four-Front
War" (Crown).

The author's record as a
leader in Israel's defense
forces, as a builder of Zion,
as special assistant to the
prosecution of Nazis at
Dachau, received commen-
dations from Begin, in the
foreword to the book, in
which he states: "Your de-
eds, Dr. Pearl, will be re-
membered forever by the
Jewish people, indeed, by
all men of good will."
Pearl led a group of re-
scuers who organized es-
capes for Romanian Jews.
The four-front theme is
defined by the author as the
obstacles to statehood in Is-
rael's early struggles for
existence as follows: the
Nazis, the British who
created difficulties for the
builders of Israel, the
Jewish establishment and
the elements.

Here is the evidence
that Pearl traced the his-
tory of Israel's creation
by exposing the enemies
and also by criticizing
those Jews who stood in
the way of state-building.

Pearl, who served in U.S.
intelligence and was a wit-
ness at the Eichmann trial
in Jerusalem in 1963, has a
dual subject in his book, the
presentation of the revela-
tions of the Nazi terrors, the
role of Adolf Eichmann and
the horrors that were im-
posed on Jews, and the
eventual emergence of the
state of Israel in spite of the
betrayals of pledges by the
British.
The puzzling factor in the
important historical
analyses by Dr. Pearl are
his charges that men like
Chaim Weizmann and
David Hacohen were "tools"
of the British in their
schemes to obstruct Zionism
and interfere with rescuing
Nazi victims.
That so strong an
endorsement should have

Music Focus
of Temple

A musical weekend,
"Sing A New Song (Part II)"
will be featured at Temple
Beth El 7:30 p.m. today, 11
a.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m.
Sunday.
Roy Einhorn and Alane
Simons, students at the can-
tonal school of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, will be
featured on the program,
which is coordinated by
Prof. Jason H. Tickton,
music director of the tem-
ple.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
will speak on "Sermon in
Song — Liturgical Music"
tonight and Rabbi Dannel I.
Schwartz will present a
"Sermon in Song — Sholom
Aleichem" Saturday morn-
ing. Breakfast with the stu-
dent cantors will be held
Sunday.

been given Pearl's objec-
tives, thereby allowing the
attacks on Weizmann, must
cause concern.

There is no doubt that
Weizmann had an uphill
battle in his Zionist lead-
ership. Was he to be de-
nied occasional conces-
sions to attain his tasks?

Writing in the London
Jewish Chronicle on
"Weizmann as an A .tvo-
cate," Jon Kimche sta es:

"What Weizmann said
that day in Rehovot, looking
back on these years, was
that the Zionist leaders had
never been able to come to
grips with the Arab ques-
tion because the Arab lead-
ers, in collusion with the
British, had allowed them-
selves to be used as an alibi
by the British for every ac-
tion directed against Zionist
policy in Palestine.

"There had been a few oc-
casions when an indepen-
dent Zionist policy might
have been possible in con-
junction with Palestinian or
other Arab groups but only
if he had been prepared to
act in a manner damaging
to British interests and dis-
loyal to his British friends.
This he was not prepared to
do."
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review
This
supplementary to the one on
"The Four-Front War" by
Robert St. John in the Dec.
21 Jewish News. The addi-
tional comment is a neces-
sity.

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8 P.M.-10 P.M.
January 30-February 27

NY's Jewish
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May Be Bumped

NEW YORK (JTA) — An
expert on recruitment of
Jews for the New York City
police force said that court
rulings suspending ap-
pointment of 381 new police
officers this month unless
half of them are black and
Hispanic means that almost
half of the qualified Jewish
candidates will be
"bumped" if the lower court
ruling is allowed to stand.
Louis Weiser, a retired
police officer who is
president of the Council of
Jewish Organizations in
Civil Service, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that 18 Jewish candidates
— two of them Orthodox
women — were among the
380 candidates appointed to
the force in December.

First Hour Classes

8:00-t00

Second Hour Speaker Series
400-10:00 p.m.

Dr. Larry Berkeve

January 30

American Jewish Literature

Ms. Nancy Good

A Middle East Seminar
What are the Prospects for
Peace?

Dr. Jacqueline Zeit

Dept. of English. Wayne State Univ.

The Image of Women in
American Jewish Literature

February 5

Rabbi Alan Lucas

Hatching, Matching &
Dispatching
An Introduction to the
Jewish Life Cycle

Dr. Boaz Kahana

Dept of Psychology. Oakland University

Aliyah and the Phenomenon of Aging

February 13

Mr. Moshe Nobel
Talking to Bubie and Zayda:

Dept of Sociology. Wayne State Unin

Dr. Gerald A. filler

Intergenerational Interaction and
Family Relationships

An Introduction to Yiddish

An Introductionto
Selected Problems in
Jewish Philosophy

Hebrew Staff

Beginners Hebrew

Dr. Eva Kahana

February 20 and 27

Deanna Sperka

Artist

The World of Jewish Art

The Mini-Mester will be held at the United Hebrew Schools
Building, 21550 West Twelve Mile Road. Registration is $15
per person and $25 per couple. For further information please
call 354-1050 or 352-7117.

PERCUSSION
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th.

Dessert and Coffee at 11:00 P.M.
Concert at 11:30 P.M.

Information and Reservations: 967-4020

Tickets: $5.00

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