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March 01, 1968 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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Censured Official
Is Chosen Head
of School Board

WAYNE, N.J.—Newton Miller,
accused of anti-Semitism last year
when he urged the defeat of two
Jewish school board candidates,
was elected president of the board
last week. The vote was 5-3 with
one abstention.
When vice president of the board,
Miller gained fame by urging
Wayne residents to vote against
Robert Kraus and Jack Mandell
because "most Jewish people are
liberals, especially when it comes
to spending for education." Kraus
and Mandell were defeated.
Miller was afterwards censured
for his statement by his colleagues
and was asked to resign for what
board members called an "appeal
to bigotry."
This year, Miller supported the
campaign of Harold Simon, a Jew,
for board candidacy. Simon was
elected.

Belgian Veteran Warns
of Growing Neo-Nazism

BRUSSELS (JTA)—A f or m er
member of the Belgian resistance
movement warned on the radio
here of increased activities by neo-
Nazi groups within Belgium. Hu-
bert Halin, a member of the Union
Internationale de la Resistance et
de la Deportation, said his warn-
ing was directed in particular to
Belgian youth who might be fooled
about the real nature of the Nazi
groups hiding behind seemingly
inoccuous front organizations.
Halin said that among the neo-
Nazi groups was the "Region
Flandres Wallonie des Casques
d'Acier" created a few years ago,
which operates a "shooting club"
called "The Black Rose." This club
meets and trains in the heart of
Brussels and is trying to recruit
young people, Halin said.

cat rtit

Announcements

Feb. 26--to Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
Weisenthal (Sandra Armstrong),
2010 Coolidge, Troy, a son, Mark
Lorne.
• • •
Feb. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Robinson (Nancy Milan),
19884 Cranbrook, a son, Jeffrey
Scott.
• • •
Feb. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don N. Klein (Arlene Gibbs), 18797
Purlingbrook, Livonia, a son, Eric
William.
• • •
Jan. 31 — To Dr. and Mrs Rich-
ard L. Sweet (Rhea Schachter).
former Detroiters of Montgomery,
Ala., a son, Eric Mark.



• ■

Brevities

The BUSINESS EXECUTIVES
MOVE for VIETNAM PEACE will
host a public meeting, 11:30 a.m.,
PARIS (ZINS)—There is no long- guage tabloid distributed here by seas propaganda agency.
Sunday, in the Studio-8 Theater, er any doubt that the Soviet fleet the Soviet Mission to the United
Greenfield and W. 8-Mile. The pro- sank the Israeli submarine, Dakar, Nations, has reported that a 10th
gram will include a 33-minute the pro-Egyptian newspaper, El- century manuscript of "the ancient
HERB 8 MARILYNN SHAPIRO
motion picture, "Vietnam: An Eye- Muhran published in Beirut, re- Hebrew Pentateuch" will be pub-
Witness Report," presented by ports.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
lished by the Georgian Academy of
David Schoenbrun. Edward Lamb,
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
According to this source, the dis- science along with a detailed his-
former member of the Federal
High Quality - Moderate PA:*
tory of the manuscript.
Communications Commission and appearance of the Dakar proves
356 - 8819
The text is being prepared by
industrialist, will discuss "Viet- that Soviet battleships in the Medi-
nam's Impact on American Busi- terranean are there not solely for Georgi Tsereteli whom the Weekly
describes
as
a
"well-known
Geor-
the
purpose
of
demnstrating
their
ness Men." Harold Berry, chair-
FOR THE BEST IN
man of the Detroit chapter of Ex- presence. It does not preclude the gian Hebrew scholar."
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
"For a long time, the manuscript
ecutives for Vietnam Peace, an- possibility that one of the Egyp-
was
kept
in
West
Georgia
in
a
syn-
tian
rocketships
assisted
in
the
nounces that the informative ses-
agogue in the village of Lailashi
sion, with refreshments, is open to sinking operation.
whose population speaks Hebrew,"
In the early days following
And His Orchestra
the public without charge.
the paper said. "Six sheets of the
• • •
the disappearance of the Dakar,
1-1609
original were missing. These have
Israelis belived that a violent
The LETTERMEN, appearing at
now been found in the possession of
storm caused the catastrophe.
Masonic Auditorium Sunday, 2:20
Rabbi
Moshe
Khakhaishvili
in
an-
But as time passed, and the ex-
p.m. March 10, boast the freshest
tensive search conducted by other West Georgian town, Oni.
vocal blend in today's music field.
The Pentateuch is written on
many ships and planes failed
Their albums sell in the millions,
parchment. Tsereteli dates it as
to turn up any trace of her,
their coast-to-coast concerts are
10th Century. He believes it was
Israel mood changed.
complete sellouts, their night club
preserved in Georgia thanks to the
appearances break records every-
It is no longer assumed that the existence of a large Jewish colony
where and their college dates draw tragedy "was an act of God." The there as early as the 4th Century,"
large crowds.
weather at the time was calm, and said the Soviet Weekly.
• • •
up to the last minute, the Dakar's
The tabloid is published for cir-
FERRANT and TEICHER, com- captain maintained normal con- culation in Great Britain. Its ma-
ing to the Masonic auditorium, tact with Haifa. He did not report
March 23, were just one of near any trouble aboard ship. The sink-
dozen two-piano teams on the con- ing appears to have been unex-
— Max Schrut
cert circuit a few years ago. They pected, giving the skipper no time
For Good Photographs
had been concertizing and record- to sound an alarm.
Now Booking - -
and Prompt Service
ing as a team for 12 years, playing
The conviction grows that the
Call Me at
together in unison since the age submarine ran afoul of the enemy
of six, as prodigies at the Juillard and is further strengthened after
School of Muse in New York City. Israelis had monitored a Moscow
and His Orchestra
But their wheel of fortune changed radio broadcast in Arabic which
Weddings — Bar Mitzvas
Good Music
abruptly in 1960 with the record- attacked Greece and Turkey for
We Come to Your Home
for All Occasions
ing of the "Theme From The having aided in the rescue mission.
With Samples
Apartment" for United Artists.
Official Israeli quarters must
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TY 5-8805

remain silent because of the com-
Detroit Symphony Orchestra plete lack of evidence.
members MISCHA MISCHAKOFF,
concert-master, and ITALO BAB-
Mengele Had Nazi Killed,1
INI, principal cellist, will be feat-
ured soloists with the symphony ; U.S. Magazine Says
AND ORCHESTRA
Thursday evening, in Ford Audi-
LONDON — Nazi death camp
torium. Paul Paray will conduct. doctor Josef -Mengele was behind
"Mariachi's" For Cocktails & Dinner
• • - •
the murder of Nazi war criminal
"Continental Sound" For Dining & Dancing
JOSE GRECO, who brings his Hubert Cukurs, according to the
Spanish Ballet to Masonic Audi- American magazine "Parade."
torium, 8:20 p.m. March 16, was I Cukurs. believed to have been
PLUS The Authentic Latin Rythms
born of Spanish Italian parentage I responsible for the death of 32,000
in the small village of Montorio Jews in Latvia during World War
in the Abruzzi mountains of Italy. II, was found dead in a trunk in a
in the medium of Spanish music I bungalow near Montevideo in
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Even as a small boy he displayed 1February 1965.
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?
an intense interest and enthusiasm
In a copyright story, the article
for all Spanish culture, especially quoted a secret Uruguayan police
in the medium of Spanish music report suggesting that Mengele,
and dancing, to which he dedicated second on the list of most wanted
iently Located at
Is C
himself completely at an early war criminals found out Cukurs
age.
was trying to deal with Jewish
20500
JAMES
COUZENS
• • •
agents to protect himself. In re-
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY turn for his own safety and
Call 342 - 3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
COLLEGE District are now avail- $114.000, he had agreed to lead
Try Our Barber Shop
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
able at the Wayne County Inter- the agents to Mengele, hiding in
mediate School District office, Paraguay.
Airport Limousine Service Available
Room 301 City-County Building. ;
Mengele was reported to have
An election will be held June 10
discovered the double-cross and
made it appear to have been the
in each of the seven community
work of Jewish agents by sign-
college districts to elect one mem-
ber from each of the community , ing a note "Those who can
college districts for the board of , never forget."
Mengele. known as the "angel
trustees to operate the Wayne
County community college district. of extermination" at Auschwitz,
The Jewish Institute for Brides and Grooms
Nominating petitions must be filed took P aruguay an citizenship
at the Wayne County intermediate several years ago under his own j
invites you to attend its
school district office by 4 p.m. surname with the first name

SAM EMMER
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and Homes:

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Cranbrook House Motel

Jan. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fredo Frohlich (Andrea Sherman),
former Detroiters of Bogota, Co-
lombia, a daughter, Jacquelyne.
• • •
April 23.
To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gant
• • •
(Sandra Glass), 19'797 Gilchrist, a
HOWARD K. SMITH. who has
daughter, Barbara Lynn.
won every major television award.
will discuss "The Challenges Fac-
ing America" when he appears at
REV. GOLDMAN L
Detroit Town Hall Wednesday, in
the Fisher Theater.
• • •
MOH EL
A nationwide CHARITY DUP-
LICATE BRIDGE GAME will be
353-5444
played at the new Metropolitan
Bridge Center, 23029 Coolidge, Oak
Park, March 8, it was announced
Recommended by Physicians
by the directors. The game will be
RABBI LEO
one of a large number played in
every major city across the country
coinciding with the same event be-
Expert Mohei
ing played at the National Spring
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Tournament. Americana Hotel,
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LI 2-4444
New York. Identical bands, pre-
dealt but not prearranged by com-
puter, will be played in each game.
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOREL
Money raised by this charity tour-
RABBI
nament will go to the American
Contract Bridge League Charity
Foundation.

MARSHALL

Friday, March 1, 1968-33
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Paper in Beirut
Believes Russian
Pentateuch Scroll Found in Russia
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The terial comes from the Novosti Press
Fleet Sank Dakar Soviet
Weekly, an English-lan- Agency in Moscow, the Soviet oyez%

GETTING MARRIED?

shortened to Jose.

Cleveland Federation
Opposes Riot Control Bill

CLEVELAND (JTA)—The Jew-
ish Community Federation of
Cleveland stated its strong opposi-
tion Sunday to a riot control bill
pending before the Ohio Legisla-
ture on the grounds that it jeo-
pardized such essential bulwarks
of democracy as freedom of speech
and freedom of assembly."
The federation's porition on the
bill was given by Bennett Yano-
witz. chairman of the federation's
community relations committee, in
letters to State Senators Max Den-
nis, chairman and William Taft.
vice chairman of the judiciary corn-
; mittee now considering the bill.
Yanowitz stressed that opposi-
tion to the bill was "not based on
I a lack of concern for the conse-
quences of a riot," but on "our
belief that we must find ways of
' preventing riots and disturbances
Make a resolution to live each by other than repressive measures
-day -well - and- live it usefully. - after they occur."

SPRING LECTURE SERIES

Tuesday ,March 5
8:30 P. M.

Strains and Stresses of
The Modem Marriage
Mrs. Margaret Weiner, ACSW
Rabbi Dr. Jack Goldman

Tuesday, March 12 The Partnership of Marriage
Rabbi Isaac M. Kagan
8:30 P. M.

Tuesday, March 18
8:30 P. M.

Marriage, Sex and Judaism

Dr. Andrew Freier, OB
Rabbi James Gordon

Location: CONG. BNAI DAVID, Southfield Rd.

SOCIAL HOUR FOLLOWS LECTURES

ADMISSION FREE

This space donated by: 'INTERIORS BY SAMUEL'
23117 Coolidge, who wishes Mazel Tov to
the engaged couples.

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