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July 08, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-08

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Sovietish Heimland Publishes
1st Article by Non-Communist

NEW YORK—The USSR's only
Yiddish-language magazine — So-
vietish Heimland—has published
its first article by a non-Commu-
nist writer.
The June issue of the Soviet
magazine contains an article by
Jacob Glatstein, noted Yiddish
poet and novelist and a staff
member of the American Jewish
Congress Office of Jewish Infor-
mation.
An editorial disclaimer _ at the
end of the article notes that Glat-
stein's "opinions" have often called
forth "serious disagreements" on
the part of the magazine but that
his essay was being printed never-
theless for its interest to readers.
Glatstein's article, which tells
about Sholom Aleichem's trans-
lator and son-in-law, J. 1). Berko-

vitch of Tel Aviv, appeared
originally in the Labor Zionist
magazine Kemfer, published in
New York. Its reprinting in the
June issue of Sovietish Heim-
land was in connection with the
50th anniversary of Sholom
Aleichem's death. In addition to

Beigin Resignation

Accepted by Herut

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

being a poet and novelist, Glat-
stein is a noted critic and
essayist.
The "serious disagreements" the
Soviet magazine alludes to are re-
plies it has made from time to
time disputing Glatstein's political
views as expressed in his semi-
weekly column "Plain Talk" in the
Jewish Day - Journal, New York
Yiddish daily newspaper, and in
Kempfer.
Aaron Vergelis, editor of Soviet-
ish Heimland, who has attacked
Glatstein's political stands, has
noted his admiration for Glatstein's
poetry.
Publication of the Glatstein
article may indicate a changed
policy toward Yiddish non-Com-
munist writers in the U.S., Israel
and Latin America. Their works
are today unknown to the USSR's
Yiddish-reading public.

Friday, July 8, 1966-11

Brandeis Child Study

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WALTHAM, Mass. — The U. S.
Department of Health, Education
and Welfare, through its Chil-
dren's Bureau, has awarded a re-
search grant to a Brandeis Univer-
sity social scientist which will
support the second year of the first
nation-wide study of child abuse.
The award to Dr. David G. Gil,
associate professor of child wel-
fare at Brandeis' Florence Heller
Graduate School for Advanced
Studies in Social Welfare, will
make possible an analysis of every
incident of child abuse reported
throughout the United States dur-
ing 1967.

New York Mayor Invites Ben-Gurion for a Visit

(Direct JTA. Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — Former Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion has
been invited by Mayor John V.
Lindsay to visit New York City.
The invitation was extended by
Mayor Lindsay through Shimon
Peres, former Israel deputy de-
fense minister and a member of
the Knesset faction of Ben-Guri-
on's Israel Workers Party, who
arrived here Monday from a visit
to the United States.
Peres said that Mayor Lindsay
would like to entertain Ben-Gurion

on the former premier's 80th
birthday.

In Israel, a special committee
of all political parties and move-
ments has been formed to orga-
nize celebrations for the observ-

ance of Ben-Gurion's birthday
Oct. 1.
The 35-man committee will
handle preparations of the observ-
ance of "The Old Man's" birth-
day. It was reported that only Mrs.
Golda Meir, a founder of the Ma-
pai Party and political foe of the
first prime minister of Israel, re-
fused to join the committee.

U.S. Dealing With Egypt
on $50,000,000 in Food

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
State Department disclosed that
"commercial arrangements" are
being made with Egypt, through
the Commodity Credit Corp. for an
estimated $50,000,000 worth of food,
mainly wheat, corn, vegetable oil
and tobacco. Repayment will be
entirely in dollars.
The department spokesman
stressed that this deal is unrelated
to the continuing study of the
pending surplus food request from
Egypt, which continues under con-
sideration.

TEL AVIV — The Herut section
of the Gahal Herut-Liberal fusion
faction in Israel's parliament ac-
cepted Tuesday the resignation of
Menahem Beigin as chairman of
the faction and named Yohanan
Bader to succeed him.
The chairmanship of the faction
The U. S. Government Com-
rotates every three months be- modity Credit Corp. will cover
tween a Herut and a Liberal mem- $50,000,000 in food purchases by
Egypt with 10 per cent of the
ber of Knesset.
Beigin resigned last week as cost paid in advance. The re-
chairman of the Herut Party at the mainder will be paid over a
party's convention despite efforts period of three years. The Com-
of party leaders to refuse the res-
modity Credit Corp. is an agency
ignation. He also offered to resign of the U. S. Department of Agri-
as a parliamentary deputy. He culture.
accused members of the opposition
Congressman Seymour Halperin,
in Herut of working "behind his New York Republican, protested
back."
against the $50,000,000 loan to
Egypt through the CC. He said the
Egyptian policies of aggression
and military preparations had not
changed to merit such considera-
tions. He said he opposed aid to
Egypt, whether through the CCC
loan or any other program.

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Spaghetti
Sauce With
Mlls ms

Three Ex-Nazis Charged
With Killing Dutch Jews

MUNICH (JTA)—Three officials
of the Nazi security police in oc-
cupied Holland have been charged
with aiding in the wartime murder
of thousands of Dutch Jews. Ar-
rested last Jan. 12, the three form-
er Nazis are now in Munich jail.
No date was set for the trial.
Wilhelm Harster, 61, chief of the
security police, was accused of
the murder of 82,856 victims. Wil-
helm Zeepf, 58, an advisor to
Harster on Jewish affairs, was
charged in 56,382 cases of mur-
der. Gertrud Slottke, 63, another
aide, was accused in 54,982 mur-
ders.

In Vienna, the Austrian High
Court ordered a new trial for
two former SS men who were in
effect acquitted in a trial in
Salzburg last February on

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charges of mass murder of Jews
in occupied Poland.
The judge said he could not ac-
cept the verdict and ordered the
case sent to the High Court, for
review.
Although 30 witnesses testified
that Wilhelm Mauer, 48, and his
brother, Johann Mauer, 52, had
personally tortured and murdered
Jews in Stanislav, the jury of six
men and two women found that
they had acted under "irresistible
coercion."
This meant that they had been
forced to obey orders and could
not therefore be held responsible
for their actions, in the jury's

view.

12,000 Jews in Austria
The Jewish Community of Aus-
tria, which dates back to the tenth
century, today numbers some 12,-
000 persons, most of whom live in
the capital city of Vienna.

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different flavors create big excitement for bagels, sandwiches, party
dips and snacks. Look for them in Kraft's handy, reusable, alumi-
num bowls.

CERTIFIED
KOSHER

by Rabbis
S. Reichman
and

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1. M. Charlop

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