Annual confirmation exercises of Temple Israel will be
hell on Erev Shavuot, Thursday evening, June 11. At home
receptions are being planned, as listed below, for the follow-
ing Temple Israel confirmands:
RITA MARILYN BARBAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Barbas, of 19339 Pennington Dr., from 8 p.m., June 13. No
JANICE DIANE GILBAR, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. Marvin
Gilbar, of 18944 Birchcrest Dr., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14. No
LYNN J. ITTIGSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ittigson, of
23026 Timberline Rd., Southfield, 2 to 5 p.m., June 21.
HARLYNN MAE IZNER, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sanford M.
Izner, of 5920 W. Outer Dr., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14.
LAUREL LINDA JACOBS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam D.
Jacobs, of 19245 Parkside Rd., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14. No
LYNNE JOYCE OPPENHEIM, daughter of Mrs. Paul Oppen-
heim, of 18518 Lindsay Ave., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14. No cards.
BARBARA JEAN RISSMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Rissman, of 18014 Woodingham Dr., 5 to 9 p.m., June 14.
No cards. '
DONA LEE SCOTT, daughter of Mrs. Rosalee Scott, of 18675
Mark Twain Ave., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14, at home of Mrs.
David Steinman, 18905 Marlowe. No cards.
SUSAN SUCHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Sucher,
of 18404 Muirland Ave., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14. No cards.
JUDITH FAITH SUTKIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray J.
Sutkin, of 1166 Charrington Dr., Birmingham, 2 to 5 p.m.,
June 14. No cards.
SUSAN LINDA WAINSTOCK, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael
Wainstock, of 18925 Wildemere Ave., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14.
JOHN HARVEY WOLFE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. Wolfe,
of 19640 Stratford Rd., 2 to 5 p.m., June 14. No cards.
Tel Aviv Dedicates
Novel Glass Museum
The Ideal Teacher
By SAUL KLEIMAN
The Museum of Glass, which
will permanently house the mil-
lion dollar ancient glass collec-
tion of the late Dr. Walter
Moses, was dedicated in Tel
Aviv as the first of 14 buildings
projected for the Museum
Ha'aretz (the Museum of the
Land), the archaeological mu-
seum of Tel Aviv.
The new Glass Museum, one
of three in the world entirely
dedicated to glass—the others
are in Corning, N. Y., and Mur-
ano, Italy—was made possible
by a gift of the late Louis M.
Rabinowitz, of New York, to the
America-Israel- Cultural Foun-
dation, which was added to the
funds and land made available
by the city of Tel Aviv.
The museum is located on
about 30 acres running along
the northern banks of the River
Yarkon, adjacent to a beauti-
fully planted public gardens
and park. Near the Glass
Museum, and eventually to be
connected to it by a small
bridge, are the excavations of
Tel-Quassile, reputed to be the
ancient harbor site of the old
Seize Student Paper
of Fascist Group
HEIDELBERG (JTA) — The
latest issue of "Forum Acade-
micum," the monthly organ of
the General Students Commit-
tee of Heidelberg University,
was confiscated on a court
order holding that the publica-
tion has "attacked the honor
and personal rights" of a self-
styled students' fascist or-
"Forum Academicum" has
published an article, entitled
"Brown Shirts Are Being Worn
Again," saying that the student
fascist group is "engaging in
anti-democratic and anti-Semi-
tic" activities through its own
mimeographed paper, entitled
"Student and Volk."
In that paper, the fascist stu-
dents have published numerous
articles supporting Nazi racist
theories and saying that the
figure of 6,000,000 Jews exter-
minated by Hitler was "largely
exaggerated." The court held,
however, that the official pub-
lication of the students' or-
ganization does not have the
right to attack the "rights" of
the fascist students.
Saul Kleiman is author of "Anthol-
ogy of Rashi," "Of the Past and of
the Present," "The Jewess," etc.
He taught at the University of
Kansas City and until his recent
retirement was principal of the
leading Hebrew schools and Sun-
day schools in K.C.)
As the school-year draws to
a close, some of us like to
ponder over the various obser-
vations made during the year
regarding schools, teachers,
WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA)
—Sen. E. L. Bartlett strongly
criticized the State Department
for the stand it had taken in
the issue of Saudi Arabian pres-
sure upon Aramco to discrim-
inate against American Jews in
The Alaskan Democrat read
in the Senate a letter sent by
him to Assistant Secretary of
State William Macomber, recall-
ing that .,he New York State
Commission Against Discrimina-
tion, which considered a com-
plaint by the American Jewish
C^ngress in this matter, was ad-
vised by the State Deppartment
that a finding against Aramco
would prejudice the company's
operations in Saudi Arabia and
probably adversely effect other
U.S. interests there as well.
"This statement," the Senator
said, "is susceptible only to the
reasonable interpretation that it
was intended as a recommenda-
tion by the Department." The
Senator also charges that the
Department's statement mis-
construed the nature of the New
York proceedings and the relief
sought by the AJC. The Commis-
sion was not asked that Aramco
be compelled to take Jewish
employees to Saudi Arabia, but
to abide by the New York law
The Senator called upon the
Department to continue efforts
to end the sanctions against
Americans by Saudi Arabia. He
emphasized that the U.S. should
be scrupulous about the rights
of the American people to be
free in internal affairs from
foreign interference and pres-
Israelis Testify Against
HAN•U, Germany (JTA) —
curricula, etc., subjects that
have been under much scrutiny. Three Israelis testified against
Occasionally, educators made Wilhelm Unkelbach, f o r in e r
public various definitions of the Czenstochova ghetto policeman
term "ideal teacher". Not so accused of murdering at least
long ago an extraordinary defi- 30 persons while transporting
nition was given by Charles them from the ghetto to the
Koepke, junior high school sci- Treblinka death camp during
ence teacher of Stockton, Cali- the Nazi regime. One of the
fornia. His specifications were men he is accused of having
summed up thus:
murdered was the rabbi of
"An ideal teacher must be Czenstochova, Poland.
The Israelis, among a num-
as doubting as Thomas, as
humble as Paul, as dedicated as ber of witnesses brought here
the Curies, as exhilarated as from abroad, are Mrs. Danuba
Hillary on Everest, as well Kurz, of Haifa; Stanislaw Weiss-
rounded as DaVince, as awed man, of Holon; and Isaac Cra-
as Beebe in the ocean depths, mer, of Tel Aviv. Mrs. Kurz
as versed in psychology as told the court she saw Unkel-
Freud, as serene as Buddah, as bach shoot her father, and tes-
zealous as Mohammed. He must tified he fractured her skull
be a combination of Gandhi when she tried to interfere.
and Luther, Schweitzer and Weissman said he saw Unkel-
Goddard—with the patience of bach kill an old Jew in 1942.
Grainer described Unkelbach as
One is naturally tempted to "the horror of Czenstochova."
Unkelbach's name was called
ask: What qualities are pre-
requisite for the "ideal teacher" to the attention of the German
of a modern "Talmud Torah" authorities two years ago by a
(Hebrew school) from the point former Czenstochova ghetto in-
of view of tradition and pedago- mate who is now a citizen of
Israel. A number of witnesses
Following Koepke's unreal- have been brought to Hanau
istic pattern, I would sum up from the United States, Canada
the qualities as follows: The and Sweden, to testify against
"ideal teacher" must be as mod- the man.
est as Moses, as patient as
Hillel, as dedicated as Rabbi Israel, Lebanon Effect
Hiya (Bava M'tzia 85b), as dis-
`Good Will' Exchange
cerning as Rabbi Yohannan ben
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — As
Zakkai, as versatile as Rabbi
Tarfon (Abot D`Rabbi Nathan a "good will' gesture, Israel will
18), as profound as 1VIaimonides, soon return to Lebanon the
as elucidative as Rashi, as zeal- Lebanese reconnaissance plane
ous as Elijah Gaon, as loving as which was intercepted over
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, as Israeli airspace recently while
proficient in psychology and photographing Israeli territory
pedagogics as Prof. Zvi Scharf- from the air.
The three members of the
Lebanese crew were handed
Heads African Zionists
back to Lebanon, last week,
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — through the Mixed Armistice
Edel Horwitz was unanimously Commission.
As part of the "good will"
elected chairman of the• South
African Zionist Federation at exchange, Lebanon is expected
the Federation's 26th biennial to return to Israel a diplomatic
conference. He succeeds Israel pouch seized at Beirut. The
Israeli parcel was taken from
a Swissair plane when the ship
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Yiddish Folks Farein was presented with a certificate for the
society's first grove of 1,000 trees which they planted in Israel
through the Jewish National Fund. The certificate, recently
received from Israel, was presented to Joseph Balberor (left),
president, by William Hordes (center), a member of the na-
tional administrative council of the Jewish National Fund and
for many years president of the Detroit JNF Council. Other
members representing the Farein are (left to right) Harry
Rosenthal, and Bert Seedberg, delegates to the JNF Council,
and I. Bank, vice president. At the meeting the movie, "Forests
Are Born," was shown, and Hordes spoke on Israel and the
role of JNF, after which a spontaneous response from the
members resulted in the planting of several hundred trees,
which puts the society well on its way towards completing a
second grove. Harry Rosenthal, who is also president of Cher-
nigover - Loyever Aid Society, and Mrs. Rosenthal were pre-
sented with a certificate inscribing their names in the Golden
Book in Jerusalem. Trees were also planted in memory of
Julius Herman for his work for JNF. Another occasion at the
meeting was the celebration of the golden wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Coopersmith. One hundred trees were
planted in their honor, and their names were inscribed in the
Israelis Battle to Save
Crops from Locusts
offensive to be launched when
the hoppers sprout wings.
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — An
around-the-clock struggle was
waged against a huge swarm
of locust hoppers which covered
a 250,000 dunam area of the
central Negev and which were
headed for Beersheba.
Four spray planes and 12
pest-destroying units of the
Israel Plants Protection Depart-
ment, aided by hundreds of
Negev settlers, fought the in-
vasion, spearheads of which
have already reached the Beer-
sheba area, where hundreds of
municipal workers have joined
A number of agricultural
kibbutzim were stripped of
crops by the locust hoppers.
Agricultural experts said that
the current battle was only ftle
first stage of a much larger
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27—TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 12, 1959
Alaska's Sen. Bartlett Yiddish Folks Farein, Its Leaders
List Dates of Temple Israel
Attacks State Dept.
Honored with. Certificates by JNF
Confirmand Home Receptions on Aramco Hiring