Prof. Haber Retires as Dean of U-fq
College of Literature, Science, Arts
Dr. William Haber announced
this week that as of July 1 he
will retire as dean of the college
of literature, science and the arts
of the University of Michigan.
Dr. Haber's announcement was
made on his 69th birthday. His re-
tirement adheres to university
rules calling for the retirement at
the age of 70. The coming year
will be his sabbatical.
President of World ORT Union,
Prof. Haber, who headed the Uni-
versity of Michigan department of
committee on the subject, urged
adoption of the legislation with
only one important addition, "the
inclusion of the category of re-
ligion among the "identifiable
groups" whose protection against
bate propaganda is the major aim
of the government's legislative
The CJC brief defended the pro-
posed bill against critics who have
called it a "gag law." Noting that
the bill does not envisage "prior
censorship" and that under its pro-
visions "no public official or police-
man has the right to ban any
written material or to prevent a
speaker from expressing himself,"
the CJC brief said that "talk of a
'gag law' or of capricious and
dictatorial banning of speakers or
articles is irresponsible and un-
JERUSALEM—The nightly cur-
few on the West Bank has been
Nine to Receive
WALTHAM, Mass.—The Bran-
deis University Creative Arts
Awards CommiSsion announced
the names of the nine persons who
will receive the university's 1968
medals and citations during the
12th annual presentation dinner
at the Plaza in New York City on
Receiving the Creative Arts
Awards Medal and $1,000 stipends
will be composer Virgil Thomson,
author-critic Lionel Trilling, artist
Joseph Cornell and composer-
lyricist Richard Rodgers. A fifth
and special medal for notable
creative achievement will be pre-
sented to choreographer Martha
The four 1968 Creative Arts Cita-
tion winners, all of whom will also
receive a $1,000 stipend, are com-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
poser Easley Blackwood, artist
Friday, March 8, 1968-7 Frank Stella, author Elizabeth
Thomas and director Tom O'Hor-
Composer Aaron Copland, a 1960
Arts Awards Medal win-
ner in music, will present this
year's awards. Highlights of the
awards program will include
scenes from "Tom Paine," di-
rected by O'Horgan, brief scenes
from Thomson's operas. "Four
Saints in Three Acts" and "The
Mother of Us All," and preview
scenes from his "Byron," an opera
in progress. Also during the cere-
Coll Evenings Until 9
monies, singers from the Metropo-
litan Opera Studio will perform.
NEW YORK — The formation of
an advisory committee of profes-
sionals in rehabilitation work was
arranged in Israel recently by
Mrs. Paul Herzog, president of
HELP for Cerebral Palsy Children
Chairman of the committee is
Mrs. Hilda Kahn, chief of the for-
eign relations division of Israel's
ministry of social welfare.
In announcing this move, Mrs.
Herzog pointed out the desperate
need for trained physicians and
therapists and the lack of adequate
schools and out-patient centers for
the mentally retarded and cere-
bral palsied. She said that, "Less
than half the amount which had to
be spent for bomb shelters in Is-
rael this year would provide care
for all of the nation's handicapped
Although a small organization,
HELP has over the past seven
years provided critically needed
aid to a broad network of schools
and treatment centers. A principal
HELP beneficiary is the ONN
School in Tel Aviv, founded in 1960
by eight parents of cerebral pal-
sied children. Up to that time
there was little being done in Is-
rael for children who were palsied
or mentally retarded.
ONN has since grown from a
one-room kindergarten to a fully
equipped and staffed school for in-
fants through adolescents whose
afflictions prevent their attendance
at regular schools.
HELP has provided scholarships
in rehabilitation medicine and
channeled funds to institutions.
For cerebral palsied and mentally
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nounced here Wednesday.
Israel Therapists Cooperate
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DR. WILLIAM HABER
IF YOU TOFU THU
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish
The curfew now ends at 3 a.m.
economics before his deanship,
holds one of the major positions instead of 4 a.m. as hitherto.
in world Jewry.
Last week he was honored at
a dinner by the Ann Arbor Jew-
ish community and his name was
inscribed in the Gold Book of the
Jewish National Fund.
Canadian Jewish Group
Backs Curb of Hate Mail
OTTAWA (JTA) — A bill to
curb the dissemination of hate
propaganda, now before the Cana-
dian Senate, was strongly en-
dorsed in a brief presented by a
Canadian Jewish Congress delega-
tion to a special Senate committee
on hate propaganda here Monday.
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