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January 05, 1962 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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Bluestein Named
to Post at Jewish
Denver Hospital

Richard N. Bluestein, a law-
yer and former assistant to the
president of Brandeis Univers-
ity, has been named executive
vice president of the National
Jewish Hospit-
al at Denver,
Walter M.
Simon, - presi-.
dent df the
free, non -
tarian chest
disease center
announced to-
day. Bluestein
is former Di-
rector of the
- Defam-
ation League s
New England
Regional 0 f -
fice and later
served as ADL
national co-or-
dinator. F o r
the past year
Bluestein
he has super-
vised the development program
of the western area for Bran-
deis University, at Waltham,
Mass. Prior to his association
with the university, he served
as assistant to the president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion. He and
his wife, Eleanor, have been
residing in Beverly Hills Calif.

Israel Seeks Ban
on German Relations

By NATHAN ZIPRIN

Editor, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate

Signs of the Times

On Dec. 3, 1928, the American Jewish Committee leader
Louis Marshall wrote of Yeshiva College: "I have been absolutely
opposed from the very beginning to the creation of such a
college. It is destined to failure and is sure to do much harm
to the best interests of Jews in America." On Nov. 21, 1961,
another American Jewish Committee president, Louis Caplan,
wrote: "The work of Yeshiva University in its 75th year history
has greatly enriched the American Jewish religious and cultural
scene: It has played a significant role in achieving the
in which Judaism is held in the United States."
Caplan's views truly reflect the rising tide in
ante of yeshivoth and their related institutions.
The word "yeshiva" over the centuries hel
as Yavneh an
on the Jewish imagination. In ancient days •
r our people were
Pumpedita that dominated Jewish thought
oncentration in the
molded by yeshivoth in all areas of Je
world.
d olozhin that conjured
In my young days it was Mir
i he Jewish enclav
up pictures of scholarship and p .
Eastern Europe. Today, the wor yes a conjures up Am
and its Jewish community. Yes • a hay hus become yng
with Jewish living, with the J sh f re in Ameri
tchin a TV ro a:
Some weeks ago I was
Bennet Cerf of Random Hou was pan
identified im if
the occupation of- a man w
speculated the man's name a then came up w
for yeshiva.
association—Y, he said, sto
pre
As a former student of e Yeshiva i
sioni
I am privileged to have bee witness and
of its story and impact.

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Ministerial committee has been
set up by the Israeli Cabinet
to curb social and cultural re-
lations between Israel and West
Germany.
The decision followed politi-
cal arguments which developed
from -contacts between individ-
uals of the two countries, par-
ticularly a visit by an Israeli
teachers'. delegation to West
Germany.
Among the plans understood
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change for studies by young Is-
raelis in West Germany and on
acceptance of scholarships for
such studies.
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West German advanced schools
or technology institutions, un-
less their work is vital to Israel
and they cannot get training
elsewhere in their fields.
A ban will be applied to ex-
changes of artists and against
creation in Israel of branches
of West German societies. Vis-
itors • from West Germany will
have to pass a screening to de-
termine whether they were for-
mer Nazis.

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Report Nazi Victims
Still Suffering from
Emotional Disorders

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Former
inmates of Nazi concentration
camps are still suffering. from
emotional and physical disorders
directly attributable to their camp
experiences, it was reported here
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This fact, reversing previous
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lished by a team of 10 Norwegian
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memory impairment, tendency to
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As a direct result of these find-
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