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April 05, 1968 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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Prof. Orlinsky
Gets Guggenheim
'68-'69 Fellowship

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Friday, April 5, 1968-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Neo-Nazism Danger for Germans,
Not Jews, Dr. Goldmann States

To save a life you may set aside
New Hebrew Lexicon
the Sabbath.--Sabbath 132
of Foreign Words Printed

Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president was only a tiny community of Jews
of the World Jewish Congress, in Germany — between 20,000 and
JERUSALEM — A Guggenheim addressing a special meeting in 25,000 — and it was a dwindling
Fellowship for 1968-69 has been New York of the WJC American one with no future.
awarded to Prof. Harry Orlinsky, section, reported on recent de-
The meeting was also addressed
head of the department of Bible I velopments affecting Jews in East- by Eva, Marchioness of Reading,
at Hebrew Union College-Jewish ern Europe and in Arab lands, and who is currently on a brief visit
dealt also with the crisis in the to the United States. Lady Read-
Institute of Re-
Middle East.
ligion.
ing, a founder of the World Jewish
_Dr. Orlinsky,
Referring to the rise of the neo- Congress, honorary vice-president
who has left for
Nazi National Democratic Party of that body, and honorary presi-
visits in Euro-
in Germany, Dr. Goldmann said dent of its British section, is the
p e an countries
there was absolutely no compari- daughter of the late Lord Mel-
with Mrs. Orlin-
son between conditions in Germany chett, and widow of the late Lord
sky, this week-
and Europe today and the condi- Reading, a former Member of the
end will address
tions which made it possible for British Cabinet.
the sixth Interna-
an Adolf Hitler to come into power.
tional Congress
The NPD, he continued, was not
of Old Testament
a problem for the Jews but for
Studies in Rome
the Germans themselves. There
on the subject
"The Hebrew.
Vorlage of the .
K. C. Jewish Clubs
Septuagint of the
Deny Discrimination
Book of Joshua." Dr. Orlinsky
KANSAS CITY (JTA) — Allega- .
Dr. Orlinsky will deal with the re-
covery of the Hebrew text that the tions that Jewish country clubs in
Jewish translator used for his this city barred non-Jews from
Greek translation.
membership were denied by Har-
The Guggenheim Fellowship has old Tivol, vice chairman of the
been awarded Dr. Orlinsky for the American Jewish Committee, in a
completion of his book "Some Bib- letter published in the Kansas City
Heal Concepts in their Historical Jewish Chronicle.
Development."
Tivol wrote in reply to recent
letters from readers of that paper
`Austrian Red Cross
who questioned the rectitude of
Jewish complaints against dis-
Aids War Criminals'
crimination by non-Jewish clubs if
Says Simon Wiesenthal
Jewish clubs indulged in like dis-1
VIENNA (JTA) — A man who criminatory practices.
has dedicated his life to tracking
We have received assurances
down Nazi war criminals charged that non-Jewish applicants at both
here that the Austrian Red Cross Oakwood and Meadowbrook Coun-
is aiding Nazi fugitives to escape . try Clubs (Jewish) would be
ju stice.
director of accepted," Tivol wrote. He added
Simon Wiesenthal
that "until applications are made
the Jewish Document Center here, and rejected on a discriminatory
submitted to Minister of Justice basis, let us not assume that they
Klecatsky information that the are closed clubs."
Austrian Red Cross is misusing its
The issue of discrimination was
position by warning Nazis still at opened here by a disclosure in
large that they are on the wanted the National Catholic Reporter
lists.
The Austrian attorney general that several of the city's major
barred Jews. One
immediately ordered an investiga- business clubs
to that disclosure, re-
tion of Wiesenthal's charge that response
the Red Cross is publishing lists ported by the Jewish Telegraphic
of wanted Nazis in newspapers Agency last week, was the de-
cision by the Kansas City Club,
normally read by fugitives.
the largest of the downtown busi-
ness clubs, to end its anti-Jewish
policy.
Tivol, in his letter, also answered
the complaint of another reader
that Jewish applicants for club
membership want to be admitted
on their own qualifications "with-
! out a publicized crisis." Tivol
wrote, "We believe publicity is a
last resort and should be used with
discretion."

The New Hebrew Lexicon of For-
eign Words and Phrases ("Lexicon
SPRING
Loazi-Ivri Hadash"), compiled by *,
Reuben Alcalay and published re-
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cently by Massada, the Israeli
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Alcalay is also the author of the *
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Israel Government Yearbook.

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Jews Left 'New Left'
Because of Israel

NEW YORK (JTA)—Many of
the American Jews who have de-
fected from the "New Left"
movement have done so as a re-
sult of the Six-Day War, accord-
ing to an author and research
analyst for the American Jewish
Committee.
Mrs. Lucy Dawidowicz, lectur-
ing at Yeshiva University's school
of religious education, pointed out
that many anti-war, pro-civil
rights American Jews had be-
come disenchanted with the New
Left and militant Negro organiza-
tions either because of their silence
or, as in the case of the Student
Non-Violent Coordinating Commit-
tee (SNCC), outright hostility to-
ward Israel, during and after the
war.
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the Second Socialist International
at the outbreak of World War I,
during which time many dissi-
dents abandoned the organiza-
tion because of their views toward
the war and involvement of the
United States in it.
"Similarly," she said, "the be-
ginning of the Six-Day War brought
forth a wave of support from Jew-
ish New Left people who oppose
the Vietnam War, uniting them be-
hind Israel. When other elements
of the New Left sided with the
Arabs, the movement lost many
of its Jewish members."

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