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February 06, 1981 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-06

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NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 6, 1981

Envoy Hyman Smoothed Relationships
Between Fledgling Israel and Racist Africa

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world that the new regime,
An Israeli diplomat's regarded as Nazi in outlook
knowledge of the Old Tes- and anti-Semitic, would
tament was a major reason make it difficult for the
for the development of 150,000 Jews in the Union
friendly relations between of South Africa, a prospect
the fledgling state of Israel which, with minor excep-
in 1948 and the new tions, fortunately never
nationalist regime in South materialized.
The Israeli diplomat was
Africa which took office just
as the Israelis were winning Cecil Hyman, whose death
in Jerusalem at the age of
their independence.
The advent of the 81 was reported late in
nationalists to power had January. Hyman, a native
aroused considerable con- of England and a typical ur-
cern in South Africa and bane Briton in appearance,
throughout the Jewish had served in the
Patterson-Jabotinsky
Jewish Battalion of the
Royal Irish Fusileers in
World War I and sub-
sequently settled in Pales-
tine where he was manager
of Barclay's Bank and edito-
rial writer for the then
Palestine (later Jerusalem)
Post.
When Israel became a
state, Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett drafted
Hyman for the difficult
and delicate Pretoria as-
signment — so consid-
ered because of the racial
policies of the nationalist
regime.

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Biblical Tale
Basis for Novel

The biblical tale of Noah's
Ark serves as the basis for
Barbara Cohen's new novel,
"Unicorns in the Rain"
(Atheneum).
Mrs. Cohen uses the ele-
ments of the classic story
and retells them using a
modern-day setting. In the
novel, a young girl on her
way to visit her
grandmother is sidetracked
by Sam, a mysterious char-
acter who convinces her to
join him for dinner. It is at
Sam's home, an animal
farm located far from the
city, that the story becomes
a contemporary version of
Noah's Ark.
Mrs. Cohen, who makes
her home in New Jersey,
has written several popular
picture-story books and
children's novels.

SCA to Cite
Mrs. Hamburger

NEW YORK — Mrs.
Selma Rapaport of New
York, Mrs. Ethel Ham-
burger of Birmingham,
Mich. and Palm Beach, Fla.
and Mrs. Ceceil Tishman of
Palm Beach will receive the
Synagogue Council of
America'g Gemilut Cha - -
sidim, "Acts of Kindness
Award" on Sunday in Palm
Beach.
The award is presented
annually "to those who ad-
vance the welfare of the
total American Jewish
community and concern
themselves with any indi-
vidual in need of physical
and spiritual help."
Mrs. Hamburger has
been active in the United
Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bonds. She and her hus-
band, Louis, are active in
the American Society for
Technion, Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, hospital work and
the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Dr. Daniel F. Malan, an up over obscure passages
old Boer independence and Hyman was frequently
fighter, editor and minister hard put to cope with the old
of the Dutch Reformed preacher's arguments.
But Malan was con-
Church, had just taken
office as prime minister at vinced that the Jews
the age of 74 on a white were the People of the
supremacy platform which Book he venerated and
was later translated into despite the anti-Semitic
South Africa's apartheid stance of the Nationalist
Party, he enforced a pol-
program.
An intensely religious icy of friendship and
man, Malan's favorite read- support for Israel, even
ing was in the Old Testa- to the extent of exempt-
ment and when Hyman ing funds collected for
came to Pretoria, Dr. Malan raeli causes from
used to send his car for him rigorous currency export
two or three times a week controls his regime had
and the two men would sit to establish.
Hyman served Israel
in the garden for hours,
Hyman once told me, dis- with great distinction in
cussing the Bible and argu- other posts subsequently,
including that of consul-
ing over interpretations.
Dr. Malan, he said, general in New York with
enjoyed trying to trip him_ the rank of ambassador.

Sen. Riegle Will Address
Bnai David Cultural Series

Michigan Sen. Donald W.
Riegle, Jr., will speak on
"Reflections on the Novem-
b'er 1980 Election Results"
at 11 a.m. Feb. 15 at Cong.
Bnai David.
Sen. Riegle will be the
keynote speaker for the

Bnai David series of Sunday
morning lectures,"Political
Concerns of the American
Jewish Community."
The series is sponsored by
the Bnai David Cultural
Commission.
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of charge.

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