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June 17, 1960 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 17, 1960 —

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List Four Additional
Graduates from WSU
College of Medicine

Bar-Ilan University's Progress
Outlined Here by Phillip Stollinan

versity c ollege of Medicine,
which appeared in last week's
Jewish News, were the follow-
ing names just released by the
Leon E. A. Berman, Ronald
W. Ellis, Maurice A. Frankel
and Jerome J. Schneyer.
Berman, who lives with his
wife and three children at 10610
Albany, Oak Park, will intern
at William Beaumont Hospital,
Royal Oak. The son of Mrs.
Edith J. Hochberg, of 932
Wealthy, Grand Rapids, he at-
tended school in that city and
also Michigan State University.
Ellis, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Ellis, of 3767 Glendale, is
a member of Alpha Omega
Alpha, national medical honor
society. A graduate from Cen-
high school, Ellis will intern at
Harper Hospital.
Frankel, who will intern at
Sinai Hospital, is married and
lives at 25245 Coolidge, Oak
Park. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. I s a d ore Frankel, 18101
Kinross, Birmingham. He is a
graduate of Central high school
and Hillsdale College, where he
was a football star.
Schneyer, a former student at
t h e University of Michigan,
where he received the U of M
Regents' Alumni Honor Award,
will intern at Detroit Memorial
Hospital. He lives at 4112 W. 13
Mile with his wife, the former
Nina Lask. The son of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin L. Schneyer, 25131
Prairie, Southfield, he is a Cass
Tech graduate..

joined on June 9 in welcoming
him on his return from a spe-
cial mission in .I sr a e 1, at a
gathering arranged by the De-
troit Committee for Bar-Ilan
University, at the Jewish Cen-
Stollman, who is chairman of
the American Committee for
Bar-Ilan University, reported to
the gathering on the progress
made by the university and on
his conferences with Israeli
He welcomed Al and Tom
Borman and new members of
the national committee for
the university.
Describing the growth of the
s c h o o s many departments,
Stollman, whose family estab-
lished a students' dormitory at
Bar-Ilan, in Ramat Gan, near
Tel Aviv, reported that Bar-Ilan
now has 50 foreign students,
25 of them from the United
States. He predicted a student
body exceeding 1,200 within a
short time, and said that if
the vitally needed additional
buildings are constructed, the
university will be able to make
advances in its numerous fields
of endeavor.
The university, he said, is
fulfilling its purpose of teach-
ing Torah and secular subjects,
and its departments now in-
clude Judaica (Bible, Talmud,
Agada, Midrash, etc.), social
sciences, languages and litera-
Irving Schlussel presided
at the reception and ex-
pressed gratitude to the Stoll-
man family for its many gifts
to communal causes, to Israel,
and especially to Bar - Han
Gerald Schwartz, newly-
appointed national director for
the • American Committee • for
Bar-Ilan University, addressed
the gathering. Others who
s p o k e, welcoming Stollman,
were his brother, Rabbi Isaac

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings, from
Members of his family, many Stollman, former national pres-
Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Other
Omitted in the list of gradu- friends and associates of Phillip ident of Mizrachi-Hapoel Ham-
News-Gathering Media.
ates from the Wayne State Uni- Stollman in communal affairs izrachi, Tom Borman and Philip


AUGSBURG, West Germany—Josef Holzmann, 34-year-old
police officer, was sentenced to three • months' imprisonment on
charges of libel filed after he insulted a Jewish patron at a bar
who accused him of saying: "They forgot to gas you, • but the
Adenauer era will soon be past and then it will be your turn."
ROME—Negotiations are proceeding between Italy and West
Germany on grants of individual compensation for Italian vic-
tims of religious and racial persecution by the Nazis . . . The
Union of Italian Jewish Communities disclosed that the Italian
Defense Ministry has been giving permission for the past two
months for exemption from military service • on Saturdays to
Italian Jewish servicemen who request it.
COLOGNE — Two high officials of the Federal Ministry for
Refugees—Werner Ventzki, chief of the Ministry's Berlin sec-
tion, and Dr. H. Goldschmidt, head of the Ministry's foreign
section—both of whom served in the Ministry under Dr. Theodor
Oberlaender, who was fired from the Cabinet as an illegal
Nazi collaborator—were accused of "drastic" anti-Semitic activi-
ties under the Nazi regime.
DUSSELDORF — The Central Council of Jews of Germany
asked for an investigation of the Bavarian state police on charges
of failure to intervene in a parade of 1,300 former members of
SS groups in Windsheim and the singing of Nazi songs last week.

United States

NEW YORK—Dr. Miriam Freund, president of Hadassah,
received an official invitation to come to Moscow to deliver an
address on the occasion of the centennial of Henrietta Szold,
at the 25th Congress of Orientalists, to be held Aug. 9-16 . . .
Max Bressler, of Chicago, was endorsed for the presidency of
the Zionist Organization of America by the Manhattan and
Bronx ZOA regions held in New York last week . .. The Zim-
Israel Navigation Co. marked its 15th anniversary by announc-
ing plans for the addition to its fleet, within three years, of
two new passenger vessels and 11 cargo ships . . . A $12,000,000
development program for the completion of the new campus of
the Hebrew University in Jerusalem will be carried out by the
American Friends of the Hebrew University during the next
five years, it was announced by Philip M. Klutznick, the organ-
ization's president, at a dinner given in his honor at Harmonie
WASHINGTON—U.S. Ambassador to Israel Ogden Reid
reported to President Eisenhower at the White House and told
him of the progress Israel is making due to the pioneering spirit
manifested by the kibbutzim, and consulted with State Depart-
ment officials on developments in Israel and the Middle East
. .. Rep. Samuel E. Stratton, N.Y. Democrat, expressed concern
in the House over United Arab Republic boycott and blockade
tactics against Israel.

The Commission on Social
Action of Reform Judaism,
which serves the 587 member
Temple of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations,
elected IRVING J. FAIN, of
Providence, R.I., as the new
chairman, at the conclusion of a
two-day conference in Wash-
JERUSALEM—A four-year program to settle 10,000 semi- ington
in which the commis-
nomadic Israeli Beduins from the Negev in urban areas will sion charted
begin soon, the 15,000 Negev Beduins recently having suffered next year. its program for the
considerably because of drought damage to pastures for their
camel and cattle herds . .. An agreement for a study of the
impact of American surplus food shipments on Israel agriculture
was signed here by the Bank of Israel and Murat Williams,
American charge d'affaires, on behalf of the U.S. Department
of Agriculture . .. The Israel government has agreed to open
negotiations with the Soviet govdrnment on the legal status of
Russian property in Israel dating back to Czarist times, the prop-
erty, a considerable portion of it in Jerusalem and Jaffa, being
owned by the Russian Orthodox Palestinian Society . . Presi-
dent Isaac Ben-Zvi, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, Chief
Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, Cabinet Ministers and Knesset members
were among the thousands attending the opening of Israel's
Hassidic conference, marking the 200th anniversary of the
death of Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Hassidic movement
. In a statement in the Knesset, Finance Minister Levi Eshkol
denied that Israel's currency would be devalued . . . "The
Grey and the Silver," a volume of selected articles by the late
Berl Coralnick, made up of features he wrote for the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency as its chief correspondent in Jerusalem over
three decades, was presented to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi by
the Jerusalem Journalists Association.
TEL AVIV—A British-Russian property exchange agreement
spurred former Latvian and Estonian residents to start registra-
tion of claims for compensation for property confiscated or
nationalized by the Soviet Union when it annexed the two Baltic


OUTREMONT, Que.—An effort to change the election law of
the Province of Quebec so that elections need not be scheduled
on days when some citizens cannot vote because of religious
holidays will be made by the Outremont City Council, acting on
a request from Jewish organizations here.
OTTAWA—Israel's Ambassador-designate to Canada, Yaacov
Herzog, arrived here and was welcomed at the airport by govern-
ment officials.

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Without Surgery

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found a new and healing substance
with the astonishing ability to
shrink hemorhoids and to relieve
pain—without surgery. In case after
case, while gently relieving pain,
actual reduction (shrinkage) took
place. Most amazing of all—results
were so thorough that sufferers
made astonishing statements like
"Piles have ceased to be a problem!"
The secret is a new healing sub-
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world-famous research institute. This
substance is now available in sum
pository or ointment form called
Preparation H®. At all drug count.

ors—money back guarantee.

Israel Scientist Denies
Paper to Dr. Klaus Fuch

JERUSALEM, (Special)—Dr.
Guilio Racah, a physicist at'the
Hebrew University here, has
refused to send one of his
scientific papers to Dr. Klaus
Convited on charges of giving
atom secrets to the Russians,
Dr. Fuchs served nine years in
a British prison. He had re-
quested Dr. Racah to "bring
him up to date" on the latest
developments in nuclear phys-
ics, which he missed during his
prison term.

"Contrary to my previous
visits to Israel," Stollman
said, "I found in the highest
government circles a great
understanding of and only
praise for Bar-Han Univer-
He said that as a member of
the new Jewish Agency, Inc.,
he gathered first hand informa-
tion about institutions that are
now supported by the Agency.
Stollman reported that, at
the request of Dr. Samuel Bel-
kin, president of Yeshiva Uni
versity of New York, and the
eminent Talmudic scholar, Dr.
J. B. Soloveitchick, he in-
formed Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion that the Orthodox
Yeshiva in New York will now
require that every 'candidate
for Semich a -- ordination —
should have at least a year's
study in Israel.
During his current visit in
Israel, Stollman reports, he con-
ferred with I s r a e s Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol, Dr. Tuvia
Bar-Ilan, of the Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity f a cult y, Minister of
Interior Moshe Shapiro, Tel
Aviv's Chief Rabbi Unterman,
Dr. M. Avidar of the Israel
Ministry of Education, Ted
Kolek, of Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion's staff, Minis ter of
Trade and Industry P i n h a s
Sapir, Dov Joseph, treasurer of
the Jewish Agency, Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, and
other Israeli government and
educational leaders.


Detroit's only resident profes-
sional theater, continues the
registration for its summer
Theater Arts Workshop for
youngsters aged 7' to 16. Final
registration• day for the first
of the two four-week courses
will be July 5. For information,
call WO 3-3863.

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