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December 21, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-21

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Supreme Court Will
Rule on Compensation
for Sabbath Observers

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
United States Supreme Court
agreed to review - a ruling by
the highest court of South
Carolina which maintained that
it was legal to deprive a ,per-
son of state unemployment com-
pensation for refusing for re-
ligious reasons to work on
Saturdays. The case involved a
Seventh Day Adventist, a sect
which, like the Jews, observes
Saturday as the Sabbath.
Now that the Supreme Court
has accepted jurisdiction, Jew-
ish groups are considering fil-
ing friend of the court briefs.
The case will be argued early
next year.
The Supreme Court dismissed
a challenge to Kentucky's Sun-
day closing law which forbids
the opening of business places
on Sunday except for "work of
necessity or charity" and some
entertainment activities. The
Kentucky law, like that in a
few other states, exempts Jews
and others who observe a day
of rest other than Sunday.

Council for Judaism
Aids Arab Refugees

Ex-Nazi Colonel,
Arrested in Chile,
Denies Killing. Jews

Jews in Morocco
Assured by King of
Religious Freedom

CASABLANCA, (JTA)-
While the official religion of
Morocco is Islamic, the Moroc-
can State guarantees the free
exercise of religious worship to
all cults and faiths, King Has-
san declared here.
The King made the statement
at a press conference at which
he reviewed the successful en-
dorsement of his newly pro-
claimed constitution during the
country - wide referendum on
Dec. 7. The King's statement
regarding freedom of worship
for all faiths was seen here as
assurance that the Jewish re-
ligion here will be accorded
full freedom of practice.

Cleveland Family
Wins Eisenman Award

Former Nazi SS Col. WAL-
TER HERMAN JULIUS
RAUFF, 56, is shown as he
was being taken into custody
in Santiago, Chile. Rauff, who
is a salesman, is charged with
responsibility for the murder
of 90,000 Jews, but, like
Adolf Eichmann, his defense
is that he followed orders.

NEW YORK, (JTA)
The
American Council for Judaism
will contribute $5,000 to the 95 N. Y. Students
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency for the vocational tr a - in- Win -Hebrew Prizes
ing of 10 Palestine Arab refu-
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Prizes
gees, it was announced - here by in the 20th annual city-wide He-
Henry S. Mayer, president of the brew Language Contest were
CoUncil's Philanthropic Fund.
awarded to 95 public, junior and
senior high school students at
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of $100 each to be
FROM
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More than 2,000 students, all
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DODGE'S i

CLEVELAND, (JTA) — The
Charles Eisenman Award of the
Cleveland Jewish Community
Federation, set up to honor dis-
tinguished contributions to
Cleveland's civic and philanthro-
pic development, was presented
to a family for the first time at
the Federation's 59th annual
meeting.
- The award, in the form of a
testimonial and a check for $50,
was presented to Leonard Rat-
ner, senior member of the reci-
pient Ratner family and Federa-
tion treasurer. The presentation
was made by William C. Treu-
haft, a - member of the award
committee and federation vice-
president, who with Mrs. Treu-
haft, received the award in
1950.
Ratner said his family was
donating the check to the fed-
eration of Cleveland and the
Catholic Charities Bureau. The
award, set up in 1924 to honor
the memory of the federation's
first. president, is presented an-
nually on a non-sectarian basis.

Rinat Choir Gives
Carnegie Hall Concert

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Rinat Choir, Israel's foremost
choral ensemble, performed at
Carnegie Hall under the direc-
tion of Gary Bertini. The choir
appeared in New York City as
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in Europe. Founded in 1955, it
won first prize a year later in
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Trinidad Greets WJC

PARIS, (JTA) — A resolution
calling upon the authorities of
the Soviet Union to rehabilitate
the names of Jewish writers ex-
ecuted during the anti-Jewish-
intellectual purge of 1952, under
the Stalin regime, was adopted
by the Conference of Jewish
Journalists and Educators.
The parley was held under the
auspices of the World Jewish
Congress. The conference also
called upon the Soviet Union to
grant equal cultural and religious
rights to Russian Jews, on a par
with other minority groups.

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ernmental public senior high
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language course for the first
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tions for the course in the school
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Brazil Jews Honor
Son of Ex-UN Chief

SAO PAULO, (JTA) — Dr.
Oswaldo Aranha, Jr., son of the
late Ambassador Oswaldo
Aranha, who had presided over
the United Nations General As-
sembly when the Palestine par-
tition plan was voted in 1947,
was honored here on "Mosaico
na TV," a weekly television
program. A citation was award-
ed to him by the Oswaldo
Aranha Lodge of Bnai Brith,
named after his father.
In his acceptance address, on
the air, he said his father was
interested in the creation of a
Jewish State in Palestine be-
cause of his appreciation of
Jewish humanitarianism.

An Intimate Resort
of Luxury and
Friendliness

World Jewish Congress
president Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann (left) and international
affairs director Dr. Maurice
L. Perlzweig (right) recently
visited the Jewish community
in Trinidad en route to a
conference in Brazil. Greeting
the WJC leaders was Dr. B.
Pulver (center), the secretary
of the Trinidad Committee of
the World Jewish Congress.

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