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June 09, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-09

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Britain to Re-Examine Its Stand
UHS to Graduate Over 300 Students, Wishnetsky Heads
Farband
LZO
Branch
Largest Class in Its History, June 14 Edward Wishnetsky will be in- Regarding UN Genocide Convention

The United Hebrew Schools
will graduate the largest class
in its history 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cooley High School. Over
300 - students will receive
diplomas at the joint graduation
exercises of the elementary,
high school and Midrasha de-
partments.
- These exercises mark the
first graduation of students
from the Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies, of -the United
Hebrew Schools. •
The graduates will receive
diplomas from Lawrence Crohn,
United Hebrew Schools educa-
tion committee chairman, and
Louis La Med, Midrasha chair-
man, assisted by principals and
rabbis of the respective United
Hebrew Schools branches.
The entire graduation group
will participate in a choral read-
ing, "Am Echad Hayinu" edited
by Norman Ruttenberg, and set
to the music of modern Israeli
composers. United Hebrew

Schools students will perform
instrumental accompaniment to
the reading. The production is
under the direction of Chana
and Ariel Stiebel, ofTthe music
deyartment.
The Women's Auxiliary of
the United Hebrew Schools also
will make their annual pres-
entations of camp scholarships
to honor students of the
graduating classes. ,

Center Symphony
Sets '61-'62 Dates

The Center Symphony Orches-
tra,. under the direction of Julius
Chajes, has chosen the following
-dates for its 1961-62 Tuesday
evening concert series:
Oct. 10, Nov. 21, Dec. 19, Jan.
23, April 10 and May 15.
There will also be a Young
People's Concert March 11.
All concerts will be given in
the Jewish Center's Aaron DeRoy
Theater, • 18100 Meyers.

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BONN, (JTA) — The Youth
Council of the Metal Workers
Trade Union at Wuerzberg, com-
posed of German youth, dedi-
cated a memorial tablet in honor
of Jewish victims of Nazism at
the Wuerzberg Jewish cemetery.
The Council pledged itself to
care for the old Jewish cemetery.

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Israel Bond Head

Enthusiasm marked the Israel
Bar Mitzvah anniversary dinner
held Thursday at the Sheraton-
Cadillac. Hotel. 'It was a com-
munity-wide , celebration with
Admiral Yochai - Bin - Nun,
commander - in - chief of the
Israel Navy, as guest of honor,
and it highlighted the 1961
Israel Bond campaign.
David Safran, 1960-61 Detroit
Israel Bond chairman, was the
dinner chairman.
Highlights of the program
included:
Installation of Tom B6rman
as Detroit 'general chairman
of Israel Bonds for 1961-62.
Installation of Philip Stoll-
man as steering committee
chairman.
Presentation of award to
Safran. - _
Honoring Mrs. Joseph
Katchke and Mrs. Max Stoll-
man, co-chairmen, WoMen's
Division, State of Israel
Bonds.
Candle - lighting ceremony,
marking Israel's Bar Mitzvah
and honoring the top Israel
Bond supporters. The candles
were kindled' by Bar Mitzvah
boy Henry Milan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Milan. .
Rabbi Jacob %E. Segal, was
installing and awards officer.
Rabbi Leon Fram gave the
invocation and Rabbi Chaim
Donin the benediction.
I r win I. Cohn introduced
Admiral Bin-Nun. John E. Lurie
introduced Shoshana Damari,
the guest star.
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman led in
the singing of the national
anthems, accompanied by Mrs.
Norman Allan.

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persons "shared abhorence for
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Truman Branch 529 of Farband
A spokesman for
LONDON
Labor Zionist Organization, at the British Government declared by the Nazis and that the British
the annual installation dinner at Monday night, in response to a government had always made it
Rathskeller's, 6521 John R, at 7 query from Sir Barnett Janner, clear they regarded it with "dis-
gust and horror."
p.m. Wednesday.
that the question of British rati-
Adding that the government
Chairing the evening's festivi- fication of the United Nations
ties will be Richard B. Kramer, Genocide Convention was under realized that a decision had been
long delayed and that the delay
new examination.
was liable to misinter ation,
Sir Barnett raised the issue het old Commons
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with a reference to testimony at question of whe r or not th
the trial of Adolf Eichmann in British gover ent should be-
Jerusalem and said that, "clear- come
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itself how this' happened and the ho
11 be inform :d when
What could be done to prevent a d sio is reached and the
a recurrence." He emphasized ne sary • egislation will be
that more than 12 years had
ght for
passed since the then Foreign
Secretary had declared that the
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British government hoped short- owardice
ly to reach a decision on ratifi-
mas Southe
cation, but the decision still had
not been taken.
Pointing out that 63 coun
tries had signed the convention
Sir Barnett declared that "sure-
ly it is time the United King-
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