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November 15, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-15

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Hillel Adherents El Al Wins Award U. S. Introduces
Schedule Lecture
American Society of Tra- Resolution to UN
to Learn Activist vel The
on Decoration
Agents (ASTA) has present-
to El Al Israel Airlines its on Arab Refugees
Integration Role ed
A lecture on "The Art of
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
annual award

By MILTON FRIEDMAN

(Copyright, 1963, JTA, Inc.)

WASHINGTON—Hillel Foun-
dations will learn the activist,
non-violent integration tactics of
CORE (Congress of Racial
Equality) and SNCC (Students
Non-Violent Coordinating Com-
mittee) when Jewish students
from more than 60 universities
participate in a civil rights mo-
bilization of religiously oriented
youth here on Nov. 17-20.
The mobilization follows wide-
spread complaints that Hillel
was "too passive" and it was
only through affiliation with such
groups as CORE and SNCC that
college youths could fight ag-
gressively for civil rights.
Responding to campus de-
mands for action, the official
organizations representing Jews,
Catholics and Protstants have
summoned the "Student Leader-
ship Conference on Religion and
Race" to broaden the civil rights
fight.

Students will learn from
the experiences of CORE,
SNCC, and the Northern Stu-
dent Movement the philosophy
and strategy of non-violent
demonstrations. Students will
"be exposed to the principes
of the movement and its ap-
plication in specfic local sit-
uations."

Rabbi Oscar Groner, assistant
National Hillel director, who
helped organize the mobiliza-
tion, has expressed gratification
at the momentum achieved. He
was at first skeptical but the
response from Hillel members
and others has been overwhelm-
ing. Many students are coining
at their own personal expense,
some from as far as California.
The non-subsidized undertaking
has been financed mainly from
the campus grass roots and eager
youths ready to spend their
pocket money for human rights.

Men's Clubs

I

for the adver-
tisement which
has "most ef-
fectively pro-
moted the tra-
vel agen t to
the public dur-
ing the past
year." The ci-
tation was pre-
sented by
Thomas A.
M. Cohen
Broderick, ASTA Vice President,
to El Al's General Sales Man-
ager for the Americas, Mena-
chem Cohen, at the Society's an-
nual general meeting in Mexico
City. El Al's winning entry was
its full-page advertisement en-
titled: "Would You Let Your
Daughter Marry a Travel
Agent?"

Miss Cohen to Escort
Local Travelers on
Cruise of Caribbean

Hannah Cohen of Glynn
Travel, Inc., will escort a group
from Detroit and vicinity for
the Caribbean cruise aboard
the T.S.S. Olympia departing
on Jan. 6. Ports to be visited
include Martinique, Virgin
Islands and Puerto Rico.
Kosher cuisine will highlight
the cruise. Featured will be
the presence of world chess
champion Samuel Reshevsky,
who will conduct chess events
daily.
A pre-cruise, get-acquainted
cocktail party will be held for
those booking for the trip
through Hannah Cohen. She
will also conduct a question-
and-answer period on travel
hints and show a film of the
luxury liner Olympia.

Center's Omnibus
Program to Present
`Littlest Circus'

The Jewish Center's Omni-
bus program will present "The
Littlest Circus" on Nov. 24.
This miniature magical car-
nival is being presented by
Wolfgang Roth and A. A. Os-
trander of New York City.
Performances are from 2-3
p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. Tick-
ets may be purchased at the
cashier's office prior to per-
formance time. Group rates are
available. For information, call
DI 1-4200.

- BETH AARON TALIS AND
TEPHILLIN CLUB will present
U.S. Olympic weight-lifting
champion and world record
holder Norbert Schemansky as
featured guest Sunday morn-
ing at the synagogue. He will
speak and give a demonstra-
tion of his sport. Joe Medwed
is chairman of the club. Boys,
12-17, are invited to attend the
Sunday morning breakfast pro- Rovner Society Elects
grams. The bowling league will
begin its season Sunday at Saginaw as President
The Rovner—Lachowitcher Aid
Wy-7 Recreation under the di-
Society has elected as new of-
rection of Seymour Rosen.
ficers for 1963-64: Abe Saginaw,
president; William Solomo n,
Technion Professor
vice-p residen t; Sam Manis,
Finds New Way to
Frances Cutler and Joseph Sie-
gal, secretaries; Alex Begun,
Concentrate Juices
A new process for the dehy- treasurer, Molly Saginaw, anni-
dration of citrus fruit juice con- versaries; Abe Applebaum and
centrates — which in time may Rose Lewenthal, hospitalers.
The Rayner Free Loan Asso-
revolutionize the fruit juice in-
dustry—has been developed by ciation elected Isaac Gruskin,
a member of the Technion chairman; Jacob Gubow, treas-
urer; Joe Siegal, secretary, and
faculty.
Dr. Zeki Berk of the Tech- Ben Helfer, trustee.
nion's Food Technology depart-
ment said that his process will U.S. Women's Group
make it possible to market juices
Sponsors Center at
without any need for freezing,
pasteurization, hermetically-seal- Hebrew University
ed containers or preservatives.
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A new
Patents for the new method Israel Student Center built by
are now being applied for in the Women's League for Israel,
many countries. Berk explained an American group, was inaugu-
that his method uses ultra-sonic rated at the Hebrew University
waves to get a higher concentra- at a ceremony addressed by
tion of 82 per cent solids, as Mrs. Rachel Shazar, wife of Is-
compared with the present maxi- rael's President, and Mrs. Golda
mum of 65 per cent. To reconsti- Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
tute his treated juice, Dr. Berk who both recalled their close
said, eight times its own volume association with the American
of water is added.
women's organization.

(JTA) — The United States in-
troduced a resolution to the
General Assembly's Special
Political Committee requesting
the Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission to continue its efforts
to resolve the Arab refugee
question pursuant to a 1948
resolution which calls for re-
patriation of the Arab refugees
into Israel or their compensa-
tion.
The United States in its draft
also noted "with deep regret"
that no progress has been made
as yet toward the repatriation
or compensation of the refu-
gees.
The American resolution was
in most essential parts almost
identical with a pro-Arab reso-
lution presented to the Com-
mittee by three Moslem states—
Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indo-
nesia. The only additional point
of importance in the Moslem
resolution was a call upon the
PCC "to make further efforts
to protect" Arab property al-
legedly remaining in Israel.
The U.S. resolution was pre-
sented after the Moslem draft
had been read to the Commit-
tee by the representative of
Afghanistan. A violent dispute
erupted in the Comittee as to
which of the two drafts would
be voted upon first. Mihail
Haseganu, of Rumania, chair-
man of the Committee, ruled
that the Moslem resolution
would take precedence. The
United States appealed the
chair's ruling and lost on a roll
call vote by a ballot of 38-18
with 37 abstentions.

Sofia Jewish Paper
Marks 30th Birthday

LONDON, (JTA)—The Jew-
ish newspaper in Sofia, Bulgaria
— Yevreiski Vest y- (Jewish
News)—celebrated its 30th an-
niversary, according to a dis-
patch received here from the
Bulgarian capital. A gala event
at the Jewish Cultural Club of
Sofia was addressed on the oc-
casion by the newspaper's edi-
tor, Israel Meyer.

Baltic Jews Mark
Ghetto Liquidation

LONDON, (JTA) — The 20th
anniversary of the liquidation of
the Jewish ghettoes in the
Baltic states was commemorated
here Nov. 3 by the Association
of Baltic Jews.
The gathering, which was held
in conjunction with the British
Section of the World Jewish
Congress, opened with a racital
of Leivick's poem, "The Yellow
Badge," by Judy Minton, a lead-
ing actress and singer.

French Zionist Group
Joins Forces with
World Confederation

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
World Confederation of Gen-
eral Zionists headed by Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein and Mrs. Rose L.
Halprin has announced that the
Union Sioniste de France, the
largest Zionist body in France,
has joined the World Confed-
eration.

Rubin to Address
Young Democrats

Irving Rubin, president of the
Bagley Community Council, will
be the guest speaker before the
15th District Young Democrats
8 p.m. Sunday at UAW Local
412 Hall, 19684 E. Conant. His
topic will be "Civil Rights Strug-
gle in Detroit." For information,
call chairman Sol Plafkin, TE
1-1723.

OSS REALTY (O•

Decoration in the Home" will
be given 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Herman Gardens Recreation
Center, 16550 Tireman. The
demonstration has been arrang-
ed under the joint auspiceS of
The Greater Detroit Retail Mer-
chants Association and the De-
partment of Parks and Recre-
ation. It is free to the public.

Dr. Wise to Head
Tel Aviv University

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Dr.
George Wise of New York was
installed as president of Tel
Aviv University. The ceremon-
ies at the university were at-
tended by Mayor Mordechai
Namir, U.S. Ambassador Wal-
worth Barbour, the Mexican
charge d'affaires and hundreds
of university students.

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The Jewish Center Camera
Club will meet 8:15 p.m. Monday
at the Center. There will be a
slides color competition on vaca-
tions, Detroit scenes and general
subjects.

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