MRS. SIDNEY WALLACE
Mrs. Sidney Wallace, presi-
dent of the Detroit League of
the Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital at Den-
ver, announces the commence-
ment of campaign plans for the
group's annual donor luncheon,
to be held Wednesday, Jan. 16,
at Town and Country Club. A
program of entertainment is
now being planned by commit- -
tees in charge.
Detailed plans Will be an-
nounced at a luncheon meeting
at the home of Mrs. Robert Clin-
ton of Berkeley Road, on Dec.
19, at which Mrs. David J.
Cohen will review "The Roths-
Mrs. Joshua Karbal is chair-
man of the ticket committee for
the Jan. 16 donor luncheon and
is assisted by Mesdames Ruth
Lewinson, Peter Gilbert, S.
Brock and Irving Golden as co-
Mrs. Wallace stated that pro-
ceeds of the donor event will be
used to extend research facili-
ties at the Denver hospital and
to assist in the life-saving pro-
gram conducted by the CARIH.
.World Jewish Congress
Commences Search for
War Crime Witnesses
The World Jewish Congress
in New York is seeking wit-
nesses against Nazis and their
collaborators responsible for the
annihilation of the Jewish pop-
ulation in a number of districts
of Poland and Latvia.
The search is being carried
out - to support investigations
that the West German authori-
ties have initiated in:
Pinsk: Two separate investi-
gations are being conducted:
One deals with those responsi-
ble for . the mass murders in
1941, and the second with the
members of a Nazi Police Bat-
talion who murdered Jews in
Slonim: The investigation is
concerned with all atrocities
committed in the city and adja-
Tomaszow Lubelski: The in-
vestigation deals with the atroci-
ties committed before and dur-
ing the deportations of the Jews
in the fall of 1942, as well as
those which took place in 1943:
Gorlice, c o u nty of Jaslo,
where two investigations are be-
ing conducted; Trawniki; Kowel
(Volynia); Czortkow; and the
district of Radzyn, particularly
survivors of Serocomla, Paczew,
Wohyn, Czmierniki and Debowa
Several investigations are be-
ing conducted with regard to
crimes in Latvia, particularly at
Mittau, Libau and Dvinsk.
Anyone who could testify in
connection with those crimes in
any of these places. should con-
tact Dr. Nehemiah Robinson,
director, Institute of Jewish Af-
fairs, World Jewish Congress,
15 E. 84th St., New York 28.
DONALD FOX CHAPTER
will hold its annual feather
party 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Beth Yehudah, 17556
Wyoming. Prizes and refresh-
ments will be featured. Hus-
bands and friends are invited.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will hold a Hanukah party
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Sholem A l e i c h e m Institute,
19350 Greenfield. Theme of the
program is "Time for Remem-
brance." Gifts will be exchanged
and refreshments will be served.
Friends are invited.
* * *
ALBERT D. TUCKER LODGE
AND CHAPTER will hold a
joint meeting -8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the Keyes School in Oak
Park. Dr. Milton Covensky, as-
sociate professor of history at
Wayne State University, will
speak on "Three Greatest Events
in the history of the World."
Refreshments will be served.
Guests are welcome.
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
Center for an "Auction Nite,"
with Dorothy Goldberg officiat-
ing. Proceeds will go to Belle-
faire. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.
• * *
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAP-
TER will hold its annual Belle-
faire Night 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Workmen's Circle,
18340 W. Seven Mile. A chil-
dren's show will be presented
under the direction of Rosa
Levinson. Gifts and refresh-
ments will also be featuted.
Friends are invited..
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
TER AND LODGE will present
a Hanukah program 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. A candle lighting
ceremony will be conducted by
David Gutman. Latkes will be
served. Haverim Dancers, pre-
sented by Harriet Berg, will de-
pict the story of Hanukah in
dance. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
will speak on the meaning of
* * *
CENTENNIAL LODGE will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Oak Park Community Cen-
ter. The program will feature a
presentation by the representa-
tives of the Vice Squad of the
Detroit Police Department.
* * *
IVAN S. BLOCK LODGE will
hold a "President Night" to
honor King Gennis on his birth-
day 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Hayim Greenberg Center. • A film
on the flight of astronaut John
Glenn will be shown. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Moroccan Jews Split on New Constitution Despite Boycott
differences developed among
leaders of the Jewish community
of Morocco about their attitude
toward the constitutional refer-
endum ordered by King Hassan
II for a country-wide ballot.
The Council of Moroccan Jew-
ish Communities has expressed
satisfaction with the draft con-
stitution and called upon Jews to
vote for it. A similar attitude
has been taken by the Chief Rab-
binte. On the other hand, a group
of leading Jewish personalities
characterized the proposed con-
stitution as "reactionary" and
"anti-democratic," calling for a
Jewish boycott of the refer-
David Amar, president of the
Council of the Moroccan Jewish
Communities, called upon the
Minister of the Interior, by whom
the Jewish leader was assured
that the King was determined to
uphold the traditions of tolerance
and liberty in the new constitu-
tion. The Minister also empha-
sized the regime's position to the
effect that equal rights and obli-
gations must be upheld for all
The Council holds that the
proposed constitution "respects
the dignity of man," provides
equality for all citizens, provides
for freedom of worship and calls
for freedom of movement in all
parts of the country and for free-
doms of opinion and association.
On behalf of the Chief Rabbinate,
Rabbi Saul Danan has called on
all Jews to vote for the draft. He
also sent a telegram to the King,
reaffirming the "attachment of
Moroccan Jewry to the throne."
By contrast, other leaders con-
tested the right of the Council
of Jewish Communities to engage
problems, and de-
nounced the draft, calling on
Jews to boycott it. Among sign-
ers of this dissenting manifesto
are Meyer Toledano, vice-presi-
dent of the Casablanca Jewish
Community, and Marc Sabbah,
former editor - in - chief of the
"Voice of the Communities."
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Best Book in Hebrew
Award Set at N.Y.U.
NEW YORK (JTA) — A
$1,000 annual award for the best
book written in Hebrew dealing
with Hebrew language, litera-
ture or culture has been estab-
lished at New York University's
Institute of Hebrew Studies, it
was announced by Dr. J. LaRue,
dean of the Graduate School of
Arts and Science.
Any scholar in the United
States or Israel will be eligible
for the award which will be ad-
ministered by the Institute of
To be known as the Irving
and Bertha Neuman Prize, the
award was established by the
Neuman Foundation. A promi-
nent Jewish communal leader,
Irving Neuman is a past presi-
dent of H a d eta r Associates,
which publishes the only He-
brew weekly outside of Israel.
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