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anger. In any case, a strange
frenzied laughter overtook
her. She almost got apoplexy
from the shrieking. Her favo-
rite words were "pipsqueak"
and "visor head."
"Pipsqueak" was he
monicker for Sholom and
"visor head" was a tag for
one of the older boys who
constantly spotted his new
cap.
Who could have foretold it
would end with laughter?
You can be sure that the
young lexicographer recited
the Prayer of Deliverance for
the happy outcome.
From the Fair re-introduces
Sholom Aleichem to an admir-
ing world. It's a pity that it does
not end what could have been a
great autobiography. Even in its
brevity, it is a very great piece
of writing. This latest work by
the great writer thus helps to
magnify him, the Yiddish in
which it was written, and the
excellent translation. It's a
blessing that this and other
similar works among the resur-
rected unpublished writings of
Sholom Aleichem are made
available for the great
humorist's legion of admirers.

Neo-Nazi
Activity Rises

Bonn (JTA) — Neo-Nazi
groups are stepping up their ef-
forts to recruit youths in the
federal state of Rhineland
palatinate, according to an offi-
cial report on political ex-
tremism released by the Interior
Ministry of the State in Mainz.
The most active of the neo-
Nazis are Curt Mueller of Mainz
and Ernst Tag from Ludwigsha-
fen, the report said. Mueller or-
ganizes large gatherings of
neo-Nazis from all parts of West
Germany and celebrates Hitler's
birthday with parties.
Last year, according to the re-
port, hundreds of neo-Nazi
youths attended these events.
The police identified many of
them as members of the out-
lawed "Action Front National
Socialist."

Cold Reception

Dublin (JTA) — Pro-
Palestinian groups and Arab
students gave a hostile reception
to Israeli President Chaim Her-
zog who visited Monday.
Among critics of the visit
were the Irish-Arab Parliamen-
tary Group, the Ireland Friends
of Palestine, and the recently-
formed Friends of Palestine, an
umbrella group which includes
left-wing students, members of
Sinn Fein (political wing of the
IRA) and a large number of
Arab students.
The activities of these groups
received front page coverage in
the Irish Times newspaper, usu-
ally alongside reports of events
in Lebanon, where Irish troops
are serving with the United Na-
tions.

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