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June 18, 1965 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-18

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U.S. Physicists Doubt Soviet Colleagues Backed Govt. Policy Willingly

NEW YORK (JTA) — Eight joined with economist Yevsei Lib-
noted physicists, including Nobel erman in protesting a mass rally
Prize winner Felix Bloch, ex- in Madison Square Garden on
pressed doubts that Prof. Lev Lan- June 3, asserting that "no one has
dau, the Soviet Jewish scientist, been given a right to act as un-
"willingly and wittingly" took bidden lawyers to intrude in our
part in a letter to the New York life and slander our motherland."
The letter, published June 2,
Times denying the existence of
anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. declared "to the Americans, in-
cluding the American Jews, that
The Soviet Nobel Prize laureate
all the problems that may arise
here, we decide ourselves in the
Yeshivah Graduation
fraternal family of the USSR,
Set for Thursday
The eight physicists referred to
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah will the letter as one "sternly forbid-
graduate 43 girls and 27 boys from ding Americans to take any in-
its elementary and intermediate terest in the conditions of Jews
departments at commencement ex- under Soviet rule." They made
ercises 8 p.m. Thursday at Mc- their comment in a letter to the
Gregor Memorial Building, Wayne Times in which they stressed that
State University.
I "the use of Landau's name in this
The following will be graduated: connection would have been more
Applebaum, convincing if the Soviet govern-
David A. Baumer, Fay Cik, Sheldon
T. Burg, Libby Nechama Finkelstein, ment had permitted him to attend
William FaIlk, Nechama A. Freedman, a single one of the innumerable
Perry Lee Gold. Dena Gasthalter, Mark
H. Goldenberg, Betty Susan Gelber, scientific meetings outside the

Clifford Maxwell Handler, Veronica —
Geran, Larry Horwitz, Baila Goldberg,
Howard Allan Ishakis, Mayta Shifra
Greenberg, Michael Lawrence Katz.
Janet Hirsch, - Thomas Kohn, Chana
Isbee, Yeruchem Fishel Kravetz, Gail
Isbee, Joseph H. Kuperman, Helen
Mermelstein, Joel Yehudah Lowenberg.
Esther Mittelman, Dovid S. Ribiat, Mari-
lyn Poss, Ruvane B. Ribiat, Reena
Vickie Snow, Moses T. Ulrych, Shaindl
Spitzer, Marvin Thomas Weingarden.
Michal Tatelbaum, Elaine T. Yaffe and
Joey R. Weiss.
Intermediate: Deborah L. Blumen-
kopf, Elizabeth Schonfeld, Toby Ann
Burg, Rochelle Yocheved Silverstein,
Judy Cik, Miriam Spitzer, Marlene
Czik, Hannah M. Ulrych, Carol J. Du-
chan, Shoshana Baila White, Esther
Finkelstein, Elaine B. Wrotslaysky,
Pearl F. Fishman, Shulamis Green-
baum, Kreindel Grubner, Darlene Mari-
lyn Hendler, Norbert N. Bakst, Deborah
L. Mertz, Henty Brystowsld, Esther G.
Kahana, Mark A. Greenfield, Janice
Esther Klein, Jack Greenspan, Anna
Faye Litke, Saul Grunfeld, Cynthia
Mandelbaum, Mitchell S. Herczeg,
Rachelle Mincer, Larry Kar, Grace M.
Rosenzweig, George Perl, Anna E.
Sauerhaft and Sammy Pollak.

British Jews Listed
for Queen's Honor

LONDON (JTA)—Nine British
Jews were among British recipi-
.ents of honors on the Queen's
Birthday List. Arnold Abraham
Cohen, chairman of the Arts
Council of Great Br i t a i n, re-
ceived a life peerage, making him
a baron. John Diamond, member
of Parliament and chief secretary
to the treasurey, was made a privy
Emanuel Shinwell, chairman of
the Parliamentary Labor Party,
was made a companion of honor
for his political and public ser-
vices• Alderman Jack Cohen re-
ceived a knighthood, as did pub-
lisher Victor Gollancz. Marcus
Lipton, a member of Parliament,
was made a commander of the
British Empire.
Singer Frankie Vaughan and
Isidore Godfrey, musical director
of the D'Oyle Carte Opera, were
named recipients of the Order of
the British Empire. The Beatles
also were named. One of them,
Ring Starr (Richard Starkey), is
a Jew.

passion is given to prophets as
well as to sinners. —D. D. Runes

USSR to which he has been in-
NEW YORK — The first inter-
vited in the past quarter of a
national basketball competition be-
* * *
tween Jewish youth teams in the
United States, Israel and Western
Six Sentenced to Die
Europe will be staged Aug. 16 to
in Russia for War Killings Sept. 7, it was announced by the

MOSCOW (JTA) — Six persons national health and physical educa-
convicted of mass murder of Pol- tion committee of the National
ish and Russian citizens during Jewish Welfare Board.
A squad of 36 all-star players
World War II have been sentenced
to death by shooting in Krasnodar, between 16 and 18 who competed
northern Caucasus, the Soviet in the 1965 JWB national basket-
news agency Tass reported. The ball tournament will fly to Israel
Total Deal too Much
report carefully avoided mention- in late August to play a series of
to Mention Here
ing that the victims were mostly
For more information
youth teams in Jerusalem, Tel
Tass said the accused had taken Aviv, Haifa, Kfar Giladi and Eilat.
Write Box 714,
part in mass killings of victims The same American squad will
held in Sobibor and Belzec death also play in Paris and London
17100 W. 7 Mile,
_camps in Poland and at Yanovsky against teams representing Jewish
Dertoit, Michigan 48235
near Lvov in the Ukraine. More Community Centers and the Asso-
Our men know of this ad
than 40 witnesses said the defend- ciation for Jewish Youth in Eng-
ants shot camp inmates and land.
herded them into gas chambers,
Life is a long lesson in humility. THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
not sparing old people, women, or
—Barrie, "Little Minister" 10—Friday, June 18, 1965




Community tribute to Abe Kasle on his 70th Birthday.

Guest Speaker Dr. Stuart Rosenberg, Beth Tsedec Congregation, Toronto

Musical Program by Hillel Day School Choir (selections from Fiddler On The Roof)

Y our Son and Au gliter aserve die Y3est...


Announces that Registration is now being accepted for its


Beginning September, 1965
In the modern classrooms of the

Jewish Community Center Building, 15110 W. Ten Mile Road, Oak Park

• The Hillel Day School established in 1958, is accredited
by the State of Michigan. Our superior General Studies
Curriculum meets the highest standards of the Detroit
and Oak Park Boards of Education.

• The Hebraic and Religious instruction is in the spirit
of traditional Judaism within the framework of the
Conservative Movement.

• Hillel's progressive combined curriculum of Hebraic and
General Studies is offered five days a week, from 8:45
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.—First Grade through Eighth Grade.

Cuba Jewish Community
Down to 2,383 Persons;
400 Reported Left in '65

NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish
community in Cuba, numbering
10,000 persons before the Castro
regime, has now been reduced to
2,383 persons, according to reports
reaching here from Havana. The
data are based on the distribution
this year of Passover products sent
to Cuba by Jewish organizations in
The report expressed the belief
that about 400 Jews have left Cuba
this year. This figure is also ba:ed
on the distribution of matzo and
other Passover products. Last
Passover there were 2,785 recip-
ients of such products, while this
Passover their number decreased
by 402.
Considering that there is a
shortage of food in Cuba, it is as-
sumed that no Jew there, religious
or non-religious, refused accept-
ance of Passover food. Of the
2,383 recipients, 1,9C7 were resi-
dents of Havana, while 476 re-
sided in provincial towns. They
constituted 760 families in Hav-
ana and 211 families in the prov-

International Basketball
Contest Slated by JWB

• Our school received the United Synagogue's National
Award, as one of the outstanding modern Hebrew Day

Schools in the country.

• Kindergarten in two sessions: from 8:45 to 1 1 :45 a.m.

and from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

• In addition to superb experienced licensed grade
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Science, Synagogue Skills, Music, Speech Therapy,
Library Research, Enrichment Reading and Physical
Education, as well as Consulting Psychologists.

a modern progressive Community
Day School under the guidance of
the United Synagogue of America
with the encouragement of the
Zionist Movement.

• Transportation is provided from and to each child's

• Hillel's bi-cultural program aims for the full integration
of the child into the American environment. It is con-
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