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January 29, 1982 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israelis Dispute Timerman View

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Jacobo Timerman, the
Argentinian Jew whose
book "Prisoner Without
a Name, Cell Without a
Number" has triggered a
stormy controversy in the
United States, accuses Is-
rael of silence on the plight
of Argentinian Jewry.
In an interview given to
the editors of Haaretz,
Timerman said that
whereas in the United
States he had many inter-
views on TV, radio and in
the press, all communica-
tions channels in Israel con-
tinue to remain silent.

Timerman asserted that
there is a Nazi regime run-
ning Argentina — a view
contradicted by the leaders
of the organized Argenti-
nian Jewish community.
The former speaker of the
Knesset, Yitzhak Berman,
declared at a press confer-
ence that Timerman's
charges have to be seriously
questioned. "Who knows
why he was arrested. Who
knows whether he was even
tortured in an Argentinian
prison," Berman said. All of
these statements have re-
sulted in a bitter denuncia-
tion by Timerman, which is

Jewish Baseball Quiz

By YITZHAK BEN-CHONE

Copyright 1982
Erwin Lynn Features

Richie Scheinblum hit
13 home runs during his
major league career,
1965-1974. What pitcher
surrendered his only Na-
tional League homer?
Ron Bryant. On April 13,
1973, in the top of the
seventh inning,
Scheinblum, batting for
Cesar Geronimo, hit a two-
run homer. The San Fran-
cisco Giants, with three
runs in the last of the eighth
inning, defeated the Cin-
cinnati Reds, 5-4.
In 1963, Sandy Koufax
hurled 11 shutouts, a
major league record for
most shutouts by a lefth-
anded pitcher. In what
stadium did he pitch his
last shutout of the sea-
son?
Busch Stadium, St. Louis.
On Sept. 17, 1963, Koufax
yielded four hits in winning
his 24th game of the season.
The Los Angeles Dodgers
defeated the Cardinals, 4-0.
Curt Simmons was the los-

reported in his interview
with Haaretz.
He made the point that
he thoroughly dislikes
the Israelis ("They are in-
tolerable") but he does
love Israel as a country.
"I consider myself fortu-
nate in Israel, but I shall
never be an Israeli,"
Timerman said.
Prior to his leaving
Argentina he was solicited
by the two Israeli afternoon
papers, Yediot Ahronot and
Maariv, who were vying for
the right to print his mate-
rial. Timerman accepted
Maariv's offer which was
the first he had received.
"But now," Timerman
said, "the paper has sus-
pended printing my articles
on grounds that they have
no competent Spanish
translator." And what
about his learning Hebrew?
"I don't know Hebrew and I
will never learn the lan-
guage," Timerman said.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
Agency Executive Chair-
man Arye Dulzin, upon re-
turning from a visit to
Argentina, said that the
country's government is
"not anti-Semitic" and the
conditions of Argentinian
Jewry are "not bad."

mg pitcher.
In the 1966 World
Series, Moe Drabowsky,
pitching for the Balti-
more Orioles, allowed
one hit. To whom did he
yield this hit?
Willie Davis. On Oct. 5,
1966, in the seventh inning,
Davis hit a one out single.
Drabowsky, pitching in re-
lief of Dave McNally, hurled
6-2/3 innings in winning
the opening game of the
series. The Orioles defeated
the Dodgers, at Dodger NCJW to Study
Stadium, 5-2.
Sexism Bias in
Who were the opposing
pitcher and catcher when Justice System
Jake Pitler, a pinch run-
NEW YORK — In Feb-
ner, stole two bases in ruary, the National Council
one inning to tie a major of Jewish Women will begin
league record?
a nationwide survey to
Pat Ragan was the study existing conditions
pitcher and Art Wilson was for adolescent girls in the
the catcher. On May 24, juvenile justice system.
1918, in the last of the ninth
Although there is evi-
inning, Pitler ran for Bill dence that girls receive dis-
Hinchman. Ragan and the proportionately harsher
Boston Braves defeated the treatment than boys in the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-3.
. system, no national data
presently exists to describe
the extent or nature of these
inequities.
By CHIEF RABBI SHLOMO GOREN
The survey, prepared. for
NCJW by Dr. Maria Volpe,
May He who blessed our fathers —
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
sociologist at John Jay Col-
Moses, Aaron, David and Solomon —
lege of Criminal Justice in
Bless, redeem and save our brothers,
New York, will be con-
The Israelites in Ethiopian exile,
ducted over a five-month
Them and their wives,
period by NCJW volunteers
Their sons and their daughters,
across the country. The vol-
And all their kin
unteers will interview pro-
Who are subject to difficulty and distress,
fessionals such as probation
and police officers, commu-
Who are oppressed and severely persecuted.
Wherefore we pray for their lives,
nity agency representa-
tives, youth bureau offi-
Their welfare
And their freedom.
cials; and explore such serv-
ices as counseling, family
May the Holy One, blessed be He, preserve them
and save them from their enemies and pursuers;
planning, vocational train-
May the Rock of Israel bring them
ing, and drug and alcohol
addiction treatment.
From the darkness of their exile
To great light,
From their subjugation
Two Rothschilds
To redemption.

Prayer for Falashas in Exile

May they speedily rejoice in their ascent to Zion,
With eternal gladness over their heads.
And let Scripture's words be established for them:
And the Lord, your God, will end your captivity
And have compassion upon you
'lnd return and gather you
--.0'rom all the peoples among whom
The Lord, your God, has scattered you.
Even though He has driven you to the edge of the heavens,
From there will the Lord, your God, gather you
And from there will He take you.
And the Lord, your God, will bring you
To the land which your fathers inherited.
And you will inherit it,
Will prosper and will multiply."
And let us say:
Amen.

. • „

Friday, January 29, 1982i .

GlIAME BACK MY 1982

NEW YEAR RESOLUTION,
Kip!

'

Weisenthal Center Film Offers
Dramatic Reminder of Holocaust

By DAVID FRIEDMAN

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Leon Kahn, of Vancouver,
Canada, like many
Holocaust survivors, fears
that once the survivors will
be gone, the murders and
atrocities committed by the
Nazis will be forgotten.
It is to-prevent this from
happening that the Simon
Wiesenthal Center at
Yeshiva University of Los
Angeles worked to produce
the film, "Genocide," which
had its world premiere at
the Kennedy CenterJan.
17.
There are 64 publications
denying the truth of the
Holocaust printed in the
United States and Canada,
Kahn told a press confer-
ence following the pre-
miere. He said in another 20
years, there would no longer
be any survivors alive to
bear wi.ness.
Kahn's own harrowing
experience is described
in the film by Elizabeth
Taylor. He and other
members of his family es-
caped into the woods and
hid from the Nazis but he
left his mother who re-
fused to leave her aged
grandmother. The two
women were killed in the
gas chambers.
The film, which is nar-
rated by Miss Taylor and
Orson Welles, does a good
job in presenting the history
of pre-World War II Euro-
pean Jewry and then of
anti-Semitism and the rise
of Nazism, albeit in a cap-
sule form. Through the use
of actual film clips, still por-
traits and illustrations, it
Leaving France
takes the viewer through
LONDON — Two mem- every step from the Hitler
bers of the Rothschild fam- takeover in Germany to the
ily are planning to leave extermination camps.
France rather than face
Complex issues are dealt
conditions under the
Socialist government of with also. The film answers
President Francois Mitter- effectively the charge that
rand, according to a French Jews went to their death
like sheep to the slaughter.
economic journal.
It describes Jewish resis-
The magazine, "La Lettre tance without overdoing it.
de l'Expansion," reports The scenes of the victims of
that Baron Elie de both those who survived
Rothschild intends to move and the dead when the
to London and Baron camps were liberated will
Nathaniel de Rothschild to remain long in the
New York.
memories of viewers.

The film does not gloss
over the failure of the
United States and the allies
to bomb the camps. At the
end, it is noted that Nazi in-
cidents continue today in
the U.S. and abroad.
If there is criticism, it is
that the film does now
show the displaced per-
sons camps after the war
and the desire of the
Jewish survivors to go to
Israel. Israel is hardly
mentioned, although to

be fair, in describing how
the Western nations
failed to take in Jews be-
fore World War II, Welles
notes there was no Israel
then.
"Genocide" will open
March 14 in New York City
for an extended commercial
engagement. It will then be
shown in Los Angeles and
Chicago and then be seen in
other cities in the United
States and Canada as well
as abroad.

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