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January 17, 1964 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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JERUSALEM — Israel's Coun-
cil for Higher Education ruled
Tuesday that Bar Ilan Univer-
sity must discontinue awards of
master and doctoral degrees.
One Ph.D. and 25 masters de-
grees have been granted this
year for the first time.
The council ruled that those
"who received the degrees in
good faith" may not make use
of them pending an investigation
by a council committee.
The Education Ministry stated
that "The university awarded
the degrees out of an erroneous
interpretation of the law under
which authority to grant degrees
is invested in the Council for
Higher Education."

Hebrew Corner

`Nve Tirtsa'

A woman is arranging flowers in a
jar; a baby is crying on the shoulder
of his mother; a green garden and a
clean dining room; surrounded by
heavy doors and barbed wire—this is
the prison for women 'Nye Tirtsa."
- When the State of Israel was estab-
lished the people believed that we
will not have feminine criminals.
However it became clear that there
are a considerable number of women
that must be sent to prison. Scores
of women are serving at "Nve
Tirtsa," amongst them are women
who came with their babies; others
must give birth in prison,
All of them violated the law and
each one has her story. There is a
woman that struck at someone in
the welfare office, there is even a
woman that committed murder.
The director of the prison — a
mother of two children and a social
worker — knows how to deal with
the arrested women.
Most of the women in prison did
not know how to read and write.
They had no profession and life
pushed them into a bad road. There-
fore, first of all the women are
taught how to work, to read and
write.
Shoshana for instance was sen-
tenced to life imprisonment. Now she
is preparing for matriculation tests
and helps arrange Saturday social
gatherings and cultural activities.
The attendants were picked after
psychotechnical and psychological
tests. Only those that know how to
handle a "sick" woman got the posi-
tion. The director of the prison is
always prepared to converse with an
inmate about her private problems
or merely speak to make it easier
for a woman in prison.
Translation of Hebrew column
Published by Brit Ivrith Olamit,
Jerusalem

11

NEW DELHI (JTA) — The
envoys of Egypt, Sudan, Syria,
Jordan, Morocco, Lebanon, Iraq
and Saudi Arabia jointly met
with Indian Prime Minister Ja-
waharlal Nehru here.
They conveyed their concern
over Israel's plans to divert the
waters of the Jordan River when
Israel puts into operation this
year the Kineret-Negev water
plan.
Also present at the meeting
were Dines Singh, external af-
fairs deputy minister, and Ra-
jeshwar Daya, external affairs
special secretary.
A spokesman for the Arab
diplomats said that the envoys
conveyed their sense of "grave
crisis" to Premier Nehru in
view of the traditional friend-
ship between the Indian and
Arab peoples.
The conference was one of the
last attended by Premier Nehru
before doctors ordered him to
cancel appointments after he
complained of not feeling well.

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Ex-Pennsy Governor

Tells Plans for Kennedy

Tribute Near Jerusalem

plan to create at the Edenwald
School a clinical, research and
teaching facility which could
not be provided by any of the
participating units alone.

child care agency, said, in an-
nouncing the project, that a
clinical director will be named
by the medical college to head
the cooperative project.

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and Bologna too!
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PHILADELPHIA (JTA) —
Former Gov. George M. Leader
announced plans for an interna-
tional memorial near Jerusalem
for the late President Kennedy.
Leader, who accepted the gen-
eral chairmanship of a Pennsyl-
vania committee which will seek
SALAMI
Sandy Koufax, ace • southpaw funds for the memorial, said
FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA
of the Los Angeles Dodgers, committees also were being or-
Distributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
has added two more big prizes ganized in the other 49 states
to his sizable collection.
and in some countries overseas. JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit Tel: UN 2-5822
The Brooklyn-born, Jewish
ball player has been named
player of the year, 1963, by
the New York Chapter of the
Baseball Writers Association.
He will be honored officially
Feb. 2 when he receives the
Sid Mercer Memorial Award
at the 41st annual writers'
dinner.
In addition, Koufax has been
named recipient of the New
York writers' Babe Ruth Award
as outstatnding player in last
October's World Series. This
honor will be presented when
the Dodgers open the season
this year.
The 28-year-old player al-
ready holds the Cy Young
Trophy as 1961's No. 1 major
league pitcher and the Na-
tional League's most valuable
player award.

Dodgers' Konfax
to Get 2 Awards

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the Jewish Child Care Associa-
tion of New York announced an
affiliation of their facilities.
They hope to promote an ac-
celerated program of research,
treatment and training in the
field of mental retardation.
Affiliation, believed to be the
first between a medical school
and a child care agency, will be
applied first to the agency's
Edenwald School, a residential
treatment center in the Bronx
for mentally retarded, emotion-
ally disturbed children.
The initial cooperative effort
will involve the college's depart-
ments as neurology, rehabilita-
tion medicine and genetics.
Yeshiva University's graduate
school of social work and the

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CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.

11 —THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Ja nuary 17, 1964

Arab Envoys Confer Two Jewish Institutions in N.Y. Join to Aid Mentally Retarded
With Nehru to Convey NEW YORK (JTA)—The Al- graduate School of education Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva
Einstein College of Medi- also will be participants.
University president, and John
Fears on Water Plan bert
The college and the agency L. Freeman, president of the
cine of Yeshiva University and

Order Bar Ilan
Not to Award
Higher Degrees

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