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June 22, 1984 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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10 Friday, June 22, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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RESTAURANT
AVAILABLE
FOR
ALL PARTIES
& MEETINGS
SATURDAYS ,
AFTER 3 p.m.
OR
SUNDAYS
ALL DAY

:

7,148 out of 28,000. Results
were: Avoda - 3,440;
Likud'Herut - 431; Agudat
Israel - 811; Mizrachi - 377;
Agrupacion Sionista apar-
tidaria - 809; and Brera -
1,263. Arithmetically,
Avoda raised its plurality
by 4 percentage points; in
actuality, all the old parties
but Aguda received fewer
votes in 1984 than in 1978
(Aguda miraculously re-
ceived precisely the same
number).
What was at issue in this
election? Some claim that it
was no more than the usual
struggle for power, the same
game but with a new player
demanding entry. Others
see a clash of political
styles: the East European
model that attempts to im-
pose conformity on its
members versus the North
American style of accom-
modating a wide range of
opinion — particularly
where religidus choices are
concerned. While some ob-
servers claim to see little
difference in the platforms
offered by the chief competi-
tors — all are Zionist — this
writer is inclined to believe
the differences run deep,
clear to the heart of Jewish
communal organization in
this country.
A major motivating force
behind Brera is the desire of
the Progressive (Conserva-
tive and Reform) congrega-
tions to break the monopoly
over communal services
presently held by the Or-
thodox rabbinate. Com-
munidad Bet El is making
conversion to Judaism a
realistic option for inter-
faith couples, and also
facilitates the granting of
gittin. It has plans to launch
its own Bet Din and ul-
timately to challenge the
Orthodox monopoly over
kosher shchita.
The Conservative move-
ment is increasingly con-
cerned about the fact that
the Jewish Agency funds
are channelled into Or-
thodox schools and publica-
tions while similar support
is not forthcoming for their
own institutions. Overall,
Brera takes an "Argentine
first" position, which has
not previously been articu-
lated by any important sec-
tor of the Argentine collec-
tivity.
All the other parties re-
main focused on Israel.
Their periodicals rely heav-
ily on news from Israel (un-
analyzed) and exhortations
to make aliyah and the
question of the de-
saparecidos (disappeared) is
not high on AMIA's agenda.
Previous estimates of an
AMIA membership of
42,000 gave way to a figure
of 28,000 on the day of the
election, when it became
apparent how few people
were voting. Participation
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catty over the years as the
institution has become in-
ceasingly arteriosclerotic.
Avoda had a hard time

mustering its voters. Brera
leaders are claiming, they
would have made a much
better showing were it not
for the fact'that-'many of
their supporteis have drop-
ped out of AMIA out of dis-
gust, or never joined it in
the first place, and thus
could not vote.
Brera is now encouraging
its followers to join AMIA —
a boost for that organization
in the short run. In the long
run, enlarged membership
holds the possibility that
the Jewish community of
Buenos Aires will indeed
develop an alternative.

Brera takes an "Argen-
tine first" position. All the
other parties remain fo-
cused on Israel.

Collection honors educator

Louis Newman, who es
tablished a high record of
many achievements in
Jewish educational pro-
gramming, attains wide
recognition in a volume re-
plete with scholarly theses.
Studies in Jewish Educa-
tion and Judaica• in Honor
of Louis Newman (Ktav) is a
mark of recognition on the
occasion of his retirement as
director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Colleagues and students
are represented in this col-
lective expression of appre-
ciation of Newman's contri-
butions to Jewish schooling.
Louis Newman
Scholars in this country
and in Israel have contrib- for his father who is honored
uted essays to this volume. here.
Progress in Jewish camp-
Rabbi Alexander M. Shap-
iro, who wrote an introduc- ing and day school activi-
tory tribute to Newman, ties, Newman's role in such
and Rabbi Burton I. Cohen, efforts, the place of athletics
edited this volume. Both are and related topics are
leaders in Ramah Camp ac- covered in this volume.
tivities and have held pro- These complement essays
fessional posts in theologi- on subjects dealing with the
cal Jewish theological Prophets, Bible and Mid-
seminaries. rash.
In its collective effort, this
A leading feature article
in this scholarly collection book is a distinct mark of
of essays is "Of Primary respect for learning and in-
Faith and Rices: A Portrait spiring youth, as evidenced
of My Father" by Mordecai in the career of a leader in
Newman — a son's acclaim Jewish educational ranks.

Sharon denies records transfer

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Former use classified material to
Defense Minister Ariel pursue his libel action
Sharon said Tuesday that which is based on Time re-
he did not transfer classified ports of his role in the Sep-
material to lawyers in New tember 1982 Shatila and
York representing him in Sabra refugee camps mas-
his libel suit against Time sacre. His alleged transfer
magazine. of documents to his lawyers
Sharon, who had just re- occurred before the
turned from New York Cabinet's decision on the
where he had discussions matter. Sharon now serves
with his attorneys, said he as a Minister - Without -
apprised them of the con- Portfolio.
tents of certain materials
but only as background to
•The Labor Alignment has
prepare his case. He con- called for the lifting of Sha-
tended that the material ron's parliamentary im-
had already been published. munity to allow him to he
The Israeli Cabinet has prosecuted for transferring
ir prftie51AITN IV Ei ne gii rstito secret mgterial abroad.,

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