The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on August 29, 1980 · Page 12
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WJC August 29. 1980 Page 12 Ecuador Followo Venezuela, Uruguay To Move Its Embassy from Jerusalem By Yitzhak Shargfr TEL AVIV (JTA) Ecuador became the third South American country to announce It will' move Its embassy from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv In the wake of the new Israeli law formally declaring united Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. As did Venezuela and Uruguay in announcing their decisions earlier. Ecuador insisted that Its friendship for Israel is unchanged by the move. Dr. Wilson Vela Hervas. Ecuador's Ambassador, said that the move was based on a principle of his country's foreign policy which is not to recognize the acquisition of territory by force. He indignantly rejected a suggestion that the move was due to Arab Congregation Agudas Mm pi? 5820 West Burleigh 447-9239 or 442-7674 HEAR OUR CALL! HEAR OUR CALL! HEAR OUR CALL! ns is!sst m? m HEAR OUR CALL! HEAR OUR CALL! HEAR OUR CALL! r- .pressure. "Ijhave not heard anything about JArab threats or pressure on Israel." he said. "We have only a'hahdful of citizens of Arab extraction." But the Israel Foreign Ministry. In expressing its regret today over the announced move, disagreed. "It's reasonable to assume that Ecuador did yield to Arab pressure as there is nothing in the text of the Jerusalem bill that changes an existing situation or warrants such a move by Ecuador." a Ministry spokesman said. He said he hoped that Ecuador will change its mind even though Hervas officially presented the Ecuadoran decision to the Foreign Ministry today. The Ecuadoran envoy stressed Rabbi Israel Feldman . High Holiday Services With Selected" English Translations Conducted By Noted Chassidic Cantor Sholem Ber Shanovich Assisted By Mr. Jacob Dressier Slichot Services Saturday night, September 6, 12:30 a.m. Membership includes two seats for the High Holidays, free Sunday School for children over six and special consideration for Bar Mitzvahs and other functions. Special rates are available for newly married couples. Advanced classes are offered in Jewish Law and Customs, General Jewish Philosophy, Jewish History, Talmud and Mishnayoth. Russian Jews will receive special High Holiday ticket considerations The Committee on Seating will be at the synagogue every Sunday, from 10 to 12 noon and every evening from 7 to 9. The Rabbi, President and Officers of the congregation extend best wishes for a healthy and happy year. wH) iWitits (mym& is(seJ mm umswsmm that Tel Aviv Is also Israel and he would be visiting Jerusalem frequently both In his' official capacity and to maintain his social contacts. . Meanwhile, announcements are expected here from three other Latin American countries with embassies In Jerusalem Chile. Bolivia and Columbia However. Colombian Ambassador Cesar Castro Pardomo told reporters here, "We have sufficient oil and any decision taken by my government will not be based on threats of oil cuts." However, the real concern here is whether Holland, the only West European country with an embassy in Jerusalem, will also move Its embassy to Tel Aviv. Achim National Leader to Address MJC Annual Meeting Sept 3 (Continued from Page One) Since 1943 the Milwaukee Jewish Council has functioned Jointly with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nal B'rith. The original five constituent organizations which included B'nal B'rith. American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee. Jewish War Veterans, and the Jewish Labor Committee has now grown to 14 groups. In addition to the original five organizations, the new constituent agencies include B'nal B'rith Women, Hadassah, Jewish Community Center. Milwaukee Synagogue Council National Council of Jewish Women, Pioneer Women. Wisconsin Council of Rabbis, Wo Israeli Woman Loves Teaching Jewish Knowledge By Debbie Weinstein Chronicle Am Is taut Editor M ichal Ben-Yitzhak and her husband. Elisha Milwaukee's new shallach, have come here in hopes of providing service to the Jewish community, to teach us what Israel can really be like and to encourage our knowledge of Israel. M ichal the mother of three chll-drea Ophir. 14. Dorit 10 and Oshrat. 14 months, is an experienced educator. Born and educated on Kibbutz Maaleh Hahamisha M ichal has witnessed all the wars in Israel. Her father was born In Poland and her mother was born in Austria and they lost most of their relatives in the Holocaust. Michal is a woman determined to conquer goals In her life. Already, she has accomplished much. Michal Is proud of her education which includes serving In the Israeli Defense Forces, where she met her husband. She graduated from the Hebrew University- in Jerusalem when she was the mother of two children. She majored In Hebrew literature, general philosophy and Jewish philosophy. After she received a teacher's diploma, she and her husband went to Salisbury. Rhodesia, to serve as Shelichlm. The Ben-Yitzhaks felt that it was very Important to serve as Shelichlm In Rhodesia Many young Rhodesians come to Israel to attend University and eventually make Aliyah. "In Rhodesia, we worked with all thf youth movements. Just by keeping our home open for the youngsters to come to was very important" said Michal. "I helped my husband in many ways, and the house was always full with youngsters," she added. The Ben-Yitzhaks' children have adapted very well to their new home in Milwaukee "My only Michal Ben-Itzhak and her children, Ophir, 14, pose in front of their new nmis' mm Y ' men's American ORT and the Zionist Organization of America-Milwaukee District Reservations for the annual dinner can be made by calling the office of the Milwaukee Jewish Council at 276-7920. MJH Selichot Services Sellchot services will take place at the Milwaukee Jewish Home at 8:30 p.m.. Saturday, Sept 6. Cantor Norton Siegel of Beth El Ner Tamld Synagogue will lead the service. The BENT choir will sing. problem is to find a babysitter for my youngest child." said Michal who hopes to spend a port ion of her time teaching Milwaukee's teenagers. While in Rhodesia for three years, Michal taught modern Hebrew, holidays, and helped the youngsters with their Hebrew exams. Many of these teenagers still keep in contact with Michal and her husband- and they have greeted many of them In Israel. Michal feels that her greatest life work was helping 30 underprivileged youngsters who were taken into her kibbutz for a four year period. "These youngsters were from all parts of Israel and helping them was a 24-hour job. They were very bitter about life and society and not ready to do any learning. Some were very violent We helped them to feel a part of the Kibbutz family," said Michal. Many of the teenagers finished high school and some have made homes at the Kibbutz. Families of the kibbutz adopted the children and have kept contact with them while they are in the army, she added. Now, many kibbutzim in Israel are helping underprivileged children, as some 4 to 5.000 teenagers are educated in kibbutzim throughout Israel. After completing this experience, Michal was then made director of the primary regional school which served 500 to 600 students from 30 to 35 moshavlm in Israel. " Michal's plans for the future are to live in a developing town and serving as a teacher there. These towns are critically short of teachers, she said. The Ben-Yitzhaks have begun to feel a part of the community because of the very warm reception they received, upon arriving in Milwaukee. They especially want to thank all those responsible for making them feel so at home. 1 . , ? I -A J Dorit, 10; Oshrat, 14 months, and home on Milwaukee's West Side. 1 1

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