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June 10, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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People Make News

Israel Inspires U.S.
to Spy on Arabs,
Moscow Charges

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
Moscow radio has broadcast
allegations that the United
States Central Intelligence
Agency, inspired by the "Tel
Aviv friends of the aggres-
sive imperialists" is main-
taining aerial 'espionage by
U-2 spy planes flying over
the United Arab Republic,
Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and
Libya.
Moscow also charged that
the CIA informed Israel,
France and Britain of the dis-
position of UAR aircraft and
forces prior to the Sinai war.

Chile Disaster Victims
Receive Aid from JDC

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Joint Distribution Committee
announced a gift of $5,000 for
the relief of victims of the re-
cent earthquake and tidal waves
in Chile. Moses A. Leavitt, JDC
e x e c u tive vice-chairman, an-
nounced that the funds are to
be turned over to Chilean au-
thorities through the JDC of-
fice in Buenos Aires.
The gift from the JDC is for
general non-sectarian relief,
Leavitt indicated. Special grants
may be made at a later date
to the Chilean Jewish commu-
nity, when the extent of damage
to Jewish institutions has been
determined.
Henry Levy, JDC director for
Latin America, has been as-
signed to make an emergency
survey in Chile, • and to give
some indication of future re-
construction needs. Early re-
ports indicate that Jewish com-
munities in Southern Chile have
suffered major property losses.
(Magen David Adorn—Israel
National Red Cross Service —
air-freighted blood plasma from
Israel to Chile to aid Chile's
earthquake and tidal wave vic-
tims.)

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The appointment of Michael
M. Nisselson as consultant to
the board of directors of the
American Friends of the He-
brew University was announced
by Philip M. Klutznick, presi-
dent of the organization. Nissel-
son was president of Amalga-
mated Bank,
New York,
from 1944 to
1951, and a
member of
the New York
Mayor's Com-
mittee on Un-
ity from 1941
to 1951. He
served as di-
rector of de-
velopment anc
secretary
of the board
of trustees of
Yeshivah Uni-
versity and
the Albert Nisselson
Einstein College of Medicine
from 1952 to 1957, and previ-
ously, was assistant executive
vice-chairman of the national
United Jewish Appeal from
1951 to 1952, and assistant ex-
ecutive vice-president of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York from 1937
to 1944. He is president of Wal-
den School and has been asso-
ciate treasurer of the Sydenham
Hospital for 23 years.
* * *
More honors came to Bnai
Brith's treasurer, SIDNEY G.
KUSWORM, Sr., of Dayton, 0.
To commemorate his 75th birth-
day, the Sidney G. Kusworm,
Sr., Youth Fellowship is being
established by the Jewish serv-
ice organization with which he
has been associated fog 54 years.
Funds for the fellowship are be-
ing subscribed by friends and
colleagues throughout the Mid-
west at a $100-a-guest luncheon
Sunday, in Chicago.
*
*
LILLIAN BARAL, public re-
lations director of the Israel
Government Tourist Office, is
taking a summer's leave of ab-
sence from her position to as-
sume duties as public relations
director for Mount Washington
Hotel, Bretton Woods, N. H.,
where the Dumbarton Oaks and
International Monetary Confer-
ences were held in 1945.
* *
ABBA EBAN arrived in New
York for a few days' visit prior
to his return to Israel after a
visit in Argentina.

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Spanish Noblewoman, Daughter of
Franco's General, Adopts Judaism

ELAYAKUM SHAPIRA, a na- -
tive of Tel Aviv, wz' named one
of three assistant conductors of
the New York Philharmonic for
the 1960-61 season.
* *
DR. ERIC WERNER, profes-
sor of Jewish music at Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, has been named a
visiting professor at the East-
man School of Music, of the
University of Rochester. He
wil teach at the Eastman School
summer session, June 27-Aug.
5, and wil be it charge of the
musicology seminar and the
seminar in church music.
* *
Rabbi CHAIM U. LIPSCHITZ
delivered the opening prayer at
the United States House of Rep-
resentatives on Thursday.
* * *
Fifty-three years of gifted
teaching and still serving the
cause of Jewish edacation pro-
f es si o n allY r—
that is the rec-
ord of Canadi-
an Benjamin
Clodman, de-
signated t h e
"Teacher of
the Year" by
the American
Associatio n
for Jewish
Educ a tio n.
Presentatio n
of the award
was made at
the annual
meeting of the
board of direc-
tors of the
American - AS-
Clodman
soc'ation in
Atlantic City, May 29. Clodrnan
is on the faculty of the Asso-
ciated Hebrew Schools of Tor-
onto.

California Rabbis
Assail Sabbath Fund
Activities,Gambling

.

SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
The Board of Rabbis of North-
ern California denounced - "a
growing tendency" by Jewish
organizations of scheduling -
fund-raising affairs on the Jew-
ish Sabbath as well as gambling
under synagogue auspices._ . _
In a resolution, the rabbis
said they deplored such
raising "as a desecration of the
Sabbath and the destruction.of
Jewish values."
The resolution noted "with
great apprehension" that Jevv-
ish organizations were organiz-.
ing trips "to communities
where gambling is the attrac-
tion. Though the profits to be
gained are used for philanthro-
pic purposes, -we consider this
a reprehensible practice."
The rabbis again noted their
opposition to organized gam-
bling or games of chance "un-
der synagogue auspices or in
synagogue quarters."

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
Spanish noblewoman, who
claims descent from the Mar-
ranos who were co n v e r t e d
forcibly to Christianity by the
Inquisition during the 15th cen-
tury, returned to Judaism and
has been accepted as Jewish by
the Rehovot Rabbinical Court.
Miss Isabel M o n i o s, 55,
resumed her original family
name "Yamin Oz," which means
"right hand of strength," and
her given name in Hebrew,
E l i s h e v a. A daughter of a
former General in Franco's
Army, Miss Monios, who comes
from the Island of Majorca,
asserted that a majority of the
Spanish Army Staff was made
up of descendants of Marrano
families. She also said that a
number of Spanish Marranos
settled a long time ago on

Five Russian Scientists
Awarded Lenin Prizes

PARIS, (JTA)—Five Jewish
scientists have been given the
Lenin Prize, one of the most
important awards in the Soviet
Union, according to a Moscow
report in the - Communist Yid-
dish press here.
The five named are M. Shlo-
movitch, a scientist in an elec-
tromagnetic laboratory attached
to the USSR Academy of Sci-
ence; Jacob Dzipkine, a direc-
tor of technical sciences; S. M.
Feinberg, chief of one of the
atomic energy sections; Madame
Biderman, dean of an advanced
technical school; and A. J. Le-
-vine, identified as a scientist
who contributed toward the
construction of the new Russian
plane, the Ilyuishin-18.

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- Philadelphia University
to Clamp Down on Bias

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
Three of the 39 fraternities at
the University of Pennsylvania
were under orders to end racial
and religious discrimination in
membership practices required
by their national charters.
Gene D. Gisburne, university
vice-president for student af-
fairs, said none of the other 36
fraternities had such admission
restrictions. Under the univer-
sity order, the national fraterni-
ties — Sigma Chi, Alpha Tau
Omega and Sigma Nu — must
either eliminate the discrimina-
tory clauses from their constitu-
tions or give the University of
Pennsylvania chal,ters exemp-
tions from these clauses.
The university trustees said
failUre to -use either. alternative
would mean that tlie local chap-
ters could not continue their
affiliation with the parent orga-
t nizations.

Majorca and continued to live
apart from other Majorcans and
to marry only among them-
selves.
The Marranos who settled in
Majorca still preserved in semi-
secrecy some Jewish customs,
including observance of the
Purim Feast, the Yom Kippur
fast and restriction of work on
the Jewish Sabbath, she stated.
She revealed that her father
had admonished the e n t i r e
family to re-convert to Judaism
as soon as they c o u 1 d. She
indicated plans to return to
Majorca to establish a syna-
gogue and invite religious
-teachers from Israel to go to
Majorca to bring the Marranos
back to Judaism.

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