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October 04, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-04

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Dr. Robert Licht,
Radiologist Here

Dr. Irving Agus Joined
by Son at Yeshiva U.

Rocky for Maximum

U.S. Backing for UN

I N EW YORK--The Bronx has
Dr. Robert Licht, radiologist at provided Yeshiva University with Middle East Efforts
SAN FRANCISCO (J T A) —
Mt. Carmel Hospital, died Sept. 26 an example of family together-
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of
at age 42.
. ness — a father and son on New York, proposed a three-point
Dr. Licht, a native of New York, the same faculty. This fall, Rabbi program by which, he said the
was a 1954 graduate of the Univer- Aaron Agus, 25. received appoint- United States could assist the
sity of Michigan's medical school!
United Nations in finding a solu-
and lived in the Detroit area for' ment as instructor of religious tion to the Middle East conflict.
the past 40 years. He served in the philosophy at the university's He listed the Middle East crisis,
Navy Medical Corps from 1958 to James Striar School of General along with the Vietnam war and
Jewish Studies.
1960.
the Soviet occupation of Czecho-
He thus became a faculty col- ' , slovakia, as instances where the
Dr. Licht was a member of the
league of his father, Dr. Irving A.
y toe
American Medical Association and
Agus, who joinedi nst i tut i on "superpowers."
Birmingham Temple. He resided
in 1951, when his son was - eight,
at 30130 Leemoor, Beverly Hills.
"The United States," Gov.
and has become professor of his-
Surviving are his wife, Eve: tory and a world renowned au- Rockefeller said, "should stead-
three sons, Alan, Edward and Dan- thority on medieval histoy.
fastly support the United Nations'
iel; a daughter, Deborah; his par-
effort to keep the cease-fire be-
ents, Mr.and Mrs. Max Licht; and
tween Israel and her neighbors.
two brothers, Philip of Dover. Frisco Bay Area Launches It should seek to persuade the
Mass., and Raymond of Provi- Oral History Project
parties to refrain from clashes,
dence, R.I.
BERKELEY, Calif. — A joint infiltration and provocations along
project by three educational insti- the cease-fire line. It should also
Virtue often trips and falls on tutions and a committee of Bay support the strengthening of the
the sharp-edged rock of poverty. area businessmen is underway to UN Truce Supervision Organization
—Eugen Sue i tape record the autobiographies of and seek to persuade Jordan and
Israel to accept UN observers
outstanding Jews of this region.
"Northern California Jewish along the Jordan River line."
Community Series" is the title of
In addition, Gov. Rockefeller
the cooperative oral history project said, "The United States should
financed by the West-'-n Jewish I unceasingly urge all parties to
History Center of the Judah L. support Ambassador Jarring's ef-
M a g n e s Memorial Museum of forts to find the basis of a reason-
Berkeley; produced by the oral able settlement, and to accept
history office of the University of the Security Council resolution (of
California at Berkeley; directed Nov. 22, 1967) as a basis for these
by professors from San Francisco efforts." Finally, the New York
State
College and UC; and advised Republican said, "it must be rec-
For the Ultimate in
by a special committee of leading ognized .. . that the antagonisms
Fine Photography
members of the Jewish commu- bet,ween the Arabs and Israel are
nity.
There Can Be No
too deep-seated to yield to settle-
Compromise With Detail
ment unless pressure is exerted by
Community High School
both of the superpowers." Rocke-
It is the extra "Little
feller also proposed that the United
Opens With 87 Students
States urge Israel to extend fair
Things" we give which
KANSAS CITY (JTA) — Kansas and liberal treatment to the Arabs
are so much appreciated.
City's first communitywide High in the occupied territories and to
School of Jewish Studies began ses- Arab refugees. "Assistance in pro-
sions last week with a total enroll- viding compensation to those who
ment of 87 students on all of the have lost their property would in
four high school grade levels. The the long run be less expensive
school is sponsored by the Jewish than the consequences of pro-
Education Council of Greater Kan- tracted guerrilla warfare,"
he
sas City.
said.
. Thirty-three of the 87 students en-.
studio of photography
rolled in the regular high school
classes. The other 54 make up the Drawings From Terezin
19492 Livernois Avenue
1969 Israel Pilgrimage Group. He- on Display at Brandeis
brew placement tests were given
UN 2-0660
WALTHAM, Mass.— "Drawings
to the students to allow grouping at
. UN 2-0200
the proper academic levels. The from Terezin," an exhibition of
clandestine
art depicting the can-
students come from five congrega-
tions in the community. Classes are ditions of a Nazi concentration
being held in Kehillath Israel Syna- camp, will be on display at Bran-
deis University's Rapaporte Treas- I
gogue.
ure Hall Thursday through Oct. 20.
The exhibit is sponsored' jointly
by Brandeis' Philip W. Lown Grad-
uate
Center f o r Contemporary
DETROIT PREMIERE OCT 23rd I
Jewish Studies and the Brandeis ,
AT THE NORTHLAND THEATRE
libraries. On display will be 95
drawings by recognized artists
and scores of children who were
imprisoned in Terezin preparatory
to being shipped to Auschwitz. The
art was secretly produced in de-
fiance of a camp rule.
COLUMBIA PICTURES and RASTAR PRODUCTIONS present

THE DETROIT JEWISH FEWS
Friday, October 4, 1968-29

British Liberal Leader
Praises Dutch for Seeing
Threat to Israel in 1967

LONDON (JTA) — Jeremy
Thorpe, British Liberal Party
leader, paid tribute to the Dutch
people, political parties and gov-
ernment for "recognizing before
the Six-Day War that the threat
to Israel was a threat to us all."
He - delivered his remarks at a
congress of the Liberal Interna-
tional, the World Liberal Union.
The congress called for peace be-
tween the Arab states and Israel

through direct negotiations, includ-
ing provision for the Palestinian
refugees and an end to Polish and
Soviet government anti-Semitism.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Jew-
ish Agency has announced that
more than 2,000 active workers for
the United Jewish Appeal in t h e
United States and the Keren Haye-
sod — fund-raising arm of the
World Zionist Organization — in
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