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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-27

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Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S — 22

Lapid Spells Out Zionist Values,
George G. Fox,
Israel's Validity on Tour of U. S. Joan Sill to Wed

Joseph Lapid, a member of
the editorial staff of Maariv,
evening Hebrew newspaper pub-
lished in Tel Aviv, here for a
week's work and study on the
Detroit Free Press as part of his
tour of American cities and his
studies with staffs of Knight
Newspapers, stated here before
his departure for his Israel that
he was deeply impressed with
Detroit's Jewish cultural efforts
and the local interest in Israel.
During his stay here, Lapid
was the guest of Harry Golden
Jr., a member of the Free Press
editorial staff. Golden's father,
the eminent author, of Char-
lotte, N. C., was one of the spon-
sors of Lapid's U. S. visit. Lapid
also covered the Syrian-Israel
discussion at the UN for Maariv.
A survivor from Nazism—the
Nazis came to his native city of
Budapest when he was 12-
Lapid said that those who speak
disparagingly of the survivors
and their "resistance" are un-
aware of the lack of information
that was available, of the sud-
denness of the Hitler invasions,
of the speed with which his own
father was taken to his doom.
He especially condemned the
"unfair" approach of Hannah
Arendt to the Eichmann trial
and to the resistance move-
ments.
Lapid, who met with and
charmed many newspapermen
and community leaders, empha-

Brenner-Truman
Branch of Farband
Plans Installation

Victor J. Baum, Wayne Coun-
ty Circuit Court Judge, will in-
stall the newly elected officers
of the Brenner-Truman branch
of Farband at
its annual in-
stallation din-
ner 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at
Raleigh House.
Jacob Glaser,
pres i dent,
heads the slate
of officers, in-
cluding v i c e-
chairmen Berl
Hears hen,
Richard B.
Kramer a n d
Glaser V Edward Wish-
netsky; secretaries Adeline Sal-
inger, Ida Bailey and Manuel
Salinger, and treasurer Morris
Brodsky.
Richard Kramer will serve as
master of ceremonies. The pub-
lic is invited. Reservations may
be made by calling UN 3-3862.

EDITORIAL
ASSISTANT

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sized the importance of the
Zionist movement and the va-
lidity of Israel as the homeland
of Jews who had to escape in-
dignities from Christians and
Moslems. "Those who know and
understand what had happened
under Nazism will appreciate
why we who are in Israel will
not live under any other flag ; "
Lapid said. "Israel spells our
protest against the failure of
Christians to help us during the
Nazi holocaust. It is the symbol
of our right to a human exist-
ence."

Weizmann Institute
Extends Advanced
Education to Negev

Pope John XXIII has been
honored posthumously by the
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. The
presentation of the fraternity's
Gottheil Medal for the year 1962
was made through Francis, Car-
dinal Spellman, at the latter's
New York residence, by Richard
S. Graham, National President
of Zeta Beta Tau.
Established in 1925 by Zeta
Beta Tau in honor of the late
Dr. Richard J. H. Gottheil,
world-renowned educator, the
medal is awarded periodically
.k&
to an individual whose activities
MISS JOAN SILL
have promoted better human
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sill of understanding and relations
Sussex Ave., Oak Park, an- among people.

nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Joan Ilene, to George
G. Fox, son of Mrs. Mae Fox
REHOVOTH, Israel — Begin- of Schaefer Rd. and the late
ning with the academic year, Daniel Fox.

the Weizmann Institute of
Science, cooperating with the
Committee on Higher Education
in Beersheba, will sponsor grad-
uate courses for students wish-
ing to take the Master of
Science degree in physical
chemistry:
This is the first step towards
extending the benefits of a uni-
versity education to inhabitants
of the Beersheba region in the
south of Israel. It is being con-
ducted by the Weizmann Grad-
uate School in the Natural
Sciences at the famed R ehovoth
research center.
Dr. Israel Miller, of the Weiz-
mann Institute's Polymers De-
partinent, will lecture on elec-
tro-chemistry, and Dr. Joost
Manassen, of the same depart-
ment, on mechanisms of reac-
tions.
Students completing the
courses will receive certificates
with credits after due examina-
tion. Those collecting 15 credits
will be entitled to apply for ad-
mission into Weizmann Insti-
tute chemical laboratories to
undertake thesis work and final
examination for the M.S. de-
gree in natural sciences.

The bride-elect is an alumna
of Wayne State University,
where she was affiliated with
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Her
fiance graduated from Eastern
Michigan University, where he
was affiliated with Sigma Tau
Gamma fraternity. A Nov. 2
wedding is planned.

WSU Publishes
Humboldt Works

Wayne State University Press
this week published an antholo-
gy of the writings of Wilhelm
von Humboldt, translated from
the German, with an introduc-
tion by Marianne Cowan, under
the title "Humanist Without
Portfolio."
This is the first modern trans-
lation of any of von Humboldt's
writings, and Miss Cowan's is
the only English introduction to
his works.
Miss Cowan points out in her
introduction that von Humboldt
"became an intimate of the
famous Berlin salon of Henri-
etta Herz where he could talk
poetry and philosophy and ten-
der sentiments by the current
rules of the game."
Center Theater's
The translator of von Hum-
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boldt formerly was an instruc-
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The Mobile Unit of Jewish University and earned her Ph.D.
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assist in programming.
Name Lodz Street
The Mobile Unit provides
package programs, planned and
LONDON, (JTA) — The City
prepared to fit the needs of a
club or community group. It is Council of Lodz, Poland, has
under the direction of Mrs. voted to rename one of the city's
Betsy Savage, formerly of the avenues, Pepper Street, to Ber-
Theater de la Cour St. Pierre, linski Street, according to a dis-
of Geneva, Switzerland.
patch from Warsaw received
For information, call UN here. The new name honors
2-7907.
Hirsch Berlinski, one of the
fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto,
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PAYENI

Zeta Beta Tau Honors Pope John
Posthumously With Annual Award

BY HENRY LEONARD

Diefenbaker Offers
Self as Mediator for
Middle East Peace

Canada Jewry Seeks
Teachers for Small
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — For- Rural Communities

mer Prime Minister John

TORONTO (JTA)—Plans for

Diefenbaker of Canada said on recruiting qualified Jewish
teachers for small communities
the eve of his
in this province were discussed
d ep artur e,
by a special subcommittee on
after a week-
Jewish education and a study
long visit, that
group on recruitment, training
on the basis of
and placement of teachers in
his discussions
the less populated- Jewish com-
in Egypt and
munities in Ontario. Represen-
Israel, he
tatives of the Jewish educational
hoped the day
boards participated in the meet-
was not too
ing. The subcommittee is head-
distant when
ed by Dr. Joseph Diamond.
the Israel-
Among the ways and means
Arab problems
discussed
were proper salary
would be re-
scales, fringe benefits, scholar-
solved.
ships for students in teacher-
Adding that
training schools and recruitment
he had not
of newcomers to the Hebrew
u n d ertaken
teaching profession from Israel
any mediation
and other countries. A report
steps in the
on the plans will be submitted
Diefenbaker

two countries, he stated that he at the ninth regional conference
would be glad to take any steps on Jewish education to be held
in that direction if he had rea- at Hamilton, Ont., on Nov. 24.
sonable assurances these steps
He who loves his wife like
would lead to peace.
and honors her more
Asked about his views on himself,
himself, and rears his chil-
nuclear developments in Israel, 1 than
dren in the proper way, and
he replied he was convinced marries
his son at the right age
that these developments did not before he comes to sin, will
involve any aggressive objec- have peace in his home and be
tives and that they were geared the master of his house. Derech
to peaceful purposes.
Eretz 2.
Describing his visit to Israel,
he said "these have been most I
happy days" and he expressed
appreciation for the warm hos-
pitality extended to him. He
stressed the "tremendous devel-
opments" which had taken place
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in Israel since his visit in 1954
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Among the previous recipients
of the Gottheil Medal are Dr.
Ralph J. Bunche, United Nations
Under Secretary for Special Po-
litical Affairs; Philip M. Klutz-
nick, U. S. Representative to the
United Nations Economic and
Social Council; Abba Eban, for-
mer Israeli Ambassador to
United States and United Na-
tions; Edward R. Murrow; Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt; the late
Dorothy Thompson; Bernard
M. Baruch; Franklin D. Roose-
velt; Herbert H. Lehman; the
Original Pilgrimage Team, Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews; the late Reverend
John Haynes Holmes; the late
Julius Rosenwald; and the late
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise.

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