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November 08, 1968 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-08

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Danny Raskin's

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AN OVERHEARD CONVERSA-
TION is reported by Max Rollins
between his 7-year-old daugh-
ter Ruth, and the child of a neigh-
bor . . . "What church do you go
to?" asked the other youngster
. . . "I don't go to church," said
Max's daughter. I go to a syna-
gogue. I'm a Jewess." ... "A Jew-
ess?" questioned her companion.
"What's that?" . . . "Well," said
the 7-year-old patiently, "you
know, there are Protestants, Cath-
olics and Jews, but they're just
different ways of voting for God!"
MILT AND JANE GOLDBERG
began- 1968 with gearing them
selves for three consecutive years
of bar mitzvas . . . and another
one after a four-year break . . .
August 1968 was for son Bradley
. August 1969 will be Marshall
. and July 1970 is Craig's turn ...
Then Milt and Jane have a breath-
er until June 1974, when David
takes the limelight . . . All dates
for religious services have been
set at Cong. Bnai Moshe .. .
DEFINITION OF A psychologist
as given by Arnold Blau . . . "If
there are 20 men sitting in a room
and a beautiful women enters, the
one who is watching the other men
is a psychologist"
LOUISE ZAGERMAN tells about
her 4- year - old granddaughter,
Debbie Bernath, who kept biting
her nails as the baby sitter said,
"Debbie, children who bite their
nails show a sign of insecurity and
Debbie, are you insecure?" . . .
"No," replied little Debbie, I'm
not insecure, I'm Jewish!"
SAM COBLE, elevator gent in a
downtown Detroit office building
grew weary of repeated requests
for the time .. . so he put up a
shelf in the corner of his elevator
and placed a clock on it . . . Now
people ask, "Is your clock right?"
MAYOR JOE FORBES of Oak
Park tells of the traffic cop stop-
ping a woman driver, recently, go-
ing 65 miles an hour down Coolidge
. He asked what speedway she
thought she was on . . . and the
lady answered, "My brakes don't
work and I'm in a hurry to get
home before I have an accident!"
FOR SIX YEARS, veterinarian
Dr. Henry Raskin has been pound-
ing nails and finally moved into
the country home that was built
by family, friends and himself . .
But the pay-off came when he built
a barn for a horse ... Wife Evelyn
Brackett R a ski n, immediately
claimed it for a studio after seeing
hubby Henry's labors . . . Artist
Evelyn recently held her 12th one-
man show that ran for two weeks.
IDS FINANCIAL WIZARD David
Femtom tells this story . . . about
the clever youngster who has fig-
ured out that as long as no one saw
him it didn't matter if he took
things that weren't his own or play-
ed on forbidden ground . . . Whip-
pings and scoldings were of no
avail . . The young offender
would counter, "But nobody saw
me!" : . One day his mother said,
"God sees you. God sees everything
you do." , , The kid's face flushed
with indignation . . . "Is that all
He's got to do?" . . . he demanded
with scorn. "Lay on His stomach
all day and watch me?"

Post-Halloween `Mitzva'

A commendable sense of humor,
added to power of observation and
ability to analyze characteristics
of noted Americans, make "Talk
About America" by Alistair Cooke
(Knopf) a noteworthy commentary
on our way of life and on the peo-
ple who helped mould it.
Whether he writes about ,LBJ
(President Johnson) or z HLM
(Mencken), Cooke, a correspon-
dent and broadcaster of note, has
entertaining, thought - provoking,
current-historically motivated ob-
servations.
Because it covers the events
of a generation, the drama of
life and the men who partici-
pated in it, this volume is like a
satirical history of our time. For

Soviets Give Evidence
for War Crimes Trials

BONN (JTA)— West Germany's
chief war crimes prosecutor said
Sunday that Soviet authorities are
cooperating fully in providing evi-
dence against Germans who par-
ticipated in the mass murder of
Jews in Russia during World War
II. But the prosecutor, Adalbert
Rueckerl, who just returned from
Moscow where he examined some
of the evidence, warned that the
central prosecution office at Lud-
wigsburg would be unable to pur-
sue the many new cases brought
to light if the statute of limitations
on war crimes prosecution goes
into effect at the end of 1969 as
scheduled.
Rueckerl and Rudolph Schlier,
minister of justice of the state of
Wurtemburg-Baden, reported to the
press on their visit to Moscow and
the photographic and documentary
evidence submitted by the Rus-
sians.
Schlier said he was categorically
opposed to the statute of limitations
which would bar further prosecu-
tion of Nazi war criminals sus-
pected of murder.
Rueckerl said his office would
be unable to complete examina-
tion of its files or investigate
many new cases before the sta-
tute goes into effect. He said the
Ludwigsburg office is currently
investigating 15,000 suspected
Nazi war criminals.
Rueckerl said that in Moscow he
was shown photographs of German
police units responsible for killing
Jews. The back of each photograph
was marked with the time, date
and place and the names of the
accused. The pictures were taken
by amateur photographers, he said,
and the Russians possess 100

albums and documents that detail
raids and the round-up of Jews in
Soviet villages.
Rueckerl and Dietrich Zeug, who
heads the Ludwigsburg archives,
said they had no doubt that the
photos and documents were gen-
uine. They said the Russians were
prepared to hand over the originals
if German courts refused to accept
the copies. The Russians also offer-
ed to hand over 50,000 volumes of
testimony by witnesses. A West
German delegation will return to
Russia and will visit the Baltic
states to examine further evidence.

JDC to Meet Dec: 11

NEW YORK—The 54th annual
meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee will be held Dec. 11,
at the New York Hilton Hotel,
it was announced by Louis Broido,
JDC chairman.
More than 500 Jewish community
leaders from all parts of the
United States and Canada are ex-
pected to attend, Broido said, to
review JDC's 1968 program which
provided assistance to over 375,000
needy Jews in over 25 countries in
Europe. North Africa and the
Middle Ea.:t. including Israel.

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Landau, 24231
Gardner, Oak Park, still are ac-
cepting leftover Halloween candy `Cobwebs' to Spin at Jam
Beth Abraham Synagogue's
for distribution to disadvantaged
youth group will sponsor a kickoff
children.
jam starring the Cobwebs and
p.m. Nov. 16 at the syna-
Gossip is the art of saying noth- Strange S There
is an admission
ing in a way that leaves nothing gogue.
charge
unsaid.—Walter Winchell.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 8, 1968-35

Jewish Youth Council
Invites Group Delegates
to Opening Meeting

Cooke's 'Talk Ab out America':
Thought-Provokin g Commentaries

instance, writing about the Earl
Warren report on the Kennedy
assassination, be recalls some of
the injected fears and suspicions
and the rumors and charges:
"the notion that Ruby executed
an assignment to silence Os-
wald's tongue; that Oswald was
a cunning Trotskyite; that, ac-
cording to the bland conclusion
of the Egyptian press, Ruby was,
on the contrary, the tool of a
Zionist plot."
Whether he deals with American
political aspects or with social
factors, there is a thoroughness
that distinguishes these essays.
At one point, for example, deal-
' ing with "The Western Myth,"
Cooke makes note of Adolph Sutro,
the poor German Jewish immi-
grant, who "conceived the idea of
'deep mining': of building a tunnel
that would run far under the Com-
stock Lode, drain the flooded
shafts, extract the invisible, un-
reachable ore."
He touches upon many current
issues and he comments, to point
to another example: "Vitenam, I
fear, is the price of the Kennedy
Inaugural."
All issues, liberty and the price
of democracy, and many others,
as viewed by Cooke, provide good
reading and subjects for thought
and reflection. —P.S.

The first meeting of youth group
representatives to the new Jewish
Youth Council will be held 3:30
p.m. Nov. 24 at the Jewish Center.
All Jewish youth groups are in-
vited.
For information, call Marty
Rabinowitz, group services, DI 1-
4200, ext. 261.
The Jewish Youth Council is in-
tended to provide a forum for
youth to express their concerns, as
well as the vehicle through which
cooperative planning and under-
taking of major projects can be -
accomplished.

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