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February 27, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-27

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Dr. Sabin Honored in' Mexico 47 National GroUpg

Grand Rapids
News Notes

Hopeful Senate to
OK Genocide Pact

20—Friday, February 27, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS



I OPENING SOON

MRSEDGAR

5
Feb. 27—Temple Youth Oneg
NEW YORK (JTA)—Their hopes
Shabat
buoyed by President Nixon's mes- March 1—Temple Youth Meeting
sage urging ratification of the long-
—United Synagogue Youth
pending Genocide Convention, sup-
Executive Board
porters of the treaty will gather in
5—Temple Emanuel Sister-
Washington Tuesday and Wednes-
hood
Board
day to open a campaign for prompt
—Bnai Brith
HAIR STYLING
Senate action.
6—USY Service
(TOUPES-FACIALS
Herschel Halbert, chairman of
7—Bnai Brith Girls Beau
the Ad Hoc Committee on the Hu-
MANICURING
Dance
man Rights and Genocide Treaties
HONEYWELL BLDG
8—Temple Emanuel Men's
and director of the International
1 17515 W. NINE MILE
Club Brunch Meeting
League for the Rights of Man, said,
"We commend the President most
heartily. The United States has
deferred much too long its adher-
ence to this treaty to which 75 oth-
er nations already are parties.
Dr. Albert B. Sabin, president of the Weizmann Institute, receives
Mexico's highest award from Mexican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz.
"For the first time in almost two
Shown here is Dr. Sabin (left) being invested with the Sash, First decades," he added, "there is real
4.1%..hosaboliericies
Class of the Decoration of the Aztec Eagles. Presntation is made
reason to hope for Senate ratifica-
by the Mexican ambassador to Israel, Joaquin Bernal, at a farewell
tion."
Because
they have
reception for participants in the Latin American Symposium on
Among other encouraging indi-
Science Policy and Organization of Research, dedicated to the mem-
cations he cited the recent endorse-
ory of Dr. Amos de Shalit, and held both in Jerusalem and on the
ments of ratification by Secretary
campus of the Weizmann Institute at Rehovot.
of State William Rogers and At-
at
torney General John Mitchell.
The genocide pact has never
been brought to the Senate floor.
President Nixon's call for ratifi-
14240 W. 7 Mile Road at the Lodge X Way
cation is the first such Presiden-
DI 1-3800
Dr. Meyer Teitelbaum, a special-
tial initiative since the pact was
How can the teaching of Jewish
originally submitted to the Sen -
subjects be linked with the urgent ist in internal medicine, will dis-
ate by President Harry S. Tru-
issues of our times? In an effort cuss euthenasia in the light of
man in 1950.
to find answers to this question, Jewish tradition.
members of the United Hebrew
In addition, two lectures will be
One discouraging note, however,
Schools teaching staff are attend- given by Morris Nobel, principal was the vote by members of the
C.L.U.
ing a series of lectures on con- of the UHS Bnai Moshe branch, American Bar Association retain-
temporary society and Jewish mor- on personalities and ideas in He- ing its 20-year opposition to the
ality. The division of graduate brew literature. Nobel will dis- treaty.
studies of the Midrasha is spon- cuss and analyze the works of
The bar association reaffirmed
IT IS A PLEASURE TO
soring this course on the first and Hillel Zeitin, Matitvah Shoham, its opposition by a vote of 130-126.
third Thursday of each month.
and Rabbi Chaim Joseph David The vote was considered a defeat
ANNOUNCE THAT
The first session began Feb. 19, Azulai. He will show how these for President Nixon, who had hop-
MELVIN WEISZ
with Rabbi James Gordon of writers exerted a great influence ed to get the bar to reverse its
Young Israel of Oak Woods dis- on their time and helped shape position. The vote by the bar's rul-
C.L.U.
the
beliefs
and
views
of
their
own
ing
House
of
Delegates
came
after
cussing some of the problems
confronting the Jewish family to- and future generations. Nobel has a 21/2-hour debate by such noted
been
one
of
the
moving
spirits
in
Has
received
the
man-of-the-month award as the most outstand-
lawyers as former Attorney Gen-
day, such as intermarriage, di-
ing Representative of our Detroit-Gold agency for the month ad
vorce, illegitimacy, abortion, birth the Kvutza (Hebrew Cultural eral Nicholas deB. Katzenbach and
Society) and is one of the editors several former association presi-
January.
control and juvenile deliquency.
of its publication, Hed Hakvutza.
dents.
Rabbi Gordon, who will continue
The award is in recognition of his excellent service to his policy-
Bernard G. Segal, president of
the discussion at the session on
holders and our Agency during the month of January.
Thursday, is a member of the U.S. Oilmen Not in Panic the ABA, told the delegates that
all
the
U.S.'
allies
had
ratified
the
staff of the Psychological Clinic Over Mid East Situation
treaty. "We stand alone," he said.
at the University of Detroit where
NEW YORK (ZINS) — Middle
Delegates representing the 47
he is engaged in psycho-therapy.
East experts for the major oil
national
religious, labor, veterans,
In subsequent lectures, Rabbi companies are convinced that the
civic
and other organizations that
Irwin Groner of Cong. Shaarey political situation in the Arab
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LA
Zedek, chairman of the Michigan world is more critical that at comprise the Ad Hoc Committee
SPRINCIIIZLIN MAISACHIJIMITS. ORCIANT7212 ION
Citizens Concerned About Anti- any time since the Six-Day War, for the Human Rights and Geno-
cide Treaties will come from all
Ballistic Missiles, will speak on but they are not panicking about
parts of the United States to at-
Jewish attitudes towards war the prospects for their industry tend the Washington meeting, Hal-
and peace; Sherwood Sandweiss. in the area, according to the New bert said. "We intend to demon-
•411j,
director of the Michigan area of York Times.
strate to Senator Fulbright and to
the American Jewish Committee,
The American businessmen be- other members of the Foreign Re-
on the Jew and the Negro; and lieve that "The Arabs have be- lations Committee that there is
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum of Tem- come far too sophisticated to cut firm and widespread public sup-
ple Emanu-El on anti-Semitism. off oil supplies, except in the most port for ratification of the treaty,"
presents
Rabbi Rosenbaum is a member extreme circumstances. But the he declared.
on the Committee on Religious oilmen are quick to add, this only
education of the Central Confer- holds true if everything remains
ence of American Rabbis and vice rational. If the Arabs are pushed
president of Psychological Studies too far by Israel then it will be
and Consultation Programs, Inc.
burned, even if it means destroy-
ing their own economies."
. . . If the Arabs were to stop
Rocky Asked to Intervene
production to spite the United
in Gravediggers' Strike
States, industry in Europe and
NEW YORK (JTA) — As the Japan would be severely crippled
*Bet Midrash Letorah College
cemetery workers' strike enters in six months, but the Arab na-
for Torah and Jewish Studies
its seventh week, the Emergency tions would also suffer major set-
NO-TAP
backs,
including
the
stoppage
of
in Jerusalem
Committee for Jewish Burial called
BEST BALL
on Gov. Nelson Rockefeller to money used to support the Arab
*Machon Gold Teachers Institute
guerrillas,"
the
Times
writse.
make good a previous pledge that
SCOTCH DOUBLES
in Jerusalem (for girls)
negotiations were to continue
REGULAR DOUBLES
*Special half year programs for
"around the clock" until a settle-
American High School Senionrs
ment was reached.
in Israel (Tochnit Tad Beit)
Buffet Supper, Cash Prizes
The commitee's findings, accord-
*Special half year programs for
ing to Rabbi Samuel Schrage,
'■ rkfr
Surprises, Trophies
American Junior High School
chairman of the emergency group,
"are shocking." "We saw coffins
Seniors (9th grade students)
by the hundreds piled in makeshift
in Israel (Tochnit Tet)
tents, laid on cemetery driveways,
only $
*A year of stades in an Israeli
and storaged in tool sheds and
FROM THE
Yeshiva for High School Gradu-
warehouses as if it were excess
ates and College Students
baggage."
Starts at 10:30 p.m.
*Gesher Summer Seminars for
In addition, it was ascertained
WYNINDUIt
High
School
Youth
that many coffins, in violation of
OPEN BOWLING
health laws, were not properly
KAPLAN
ADULTS
ALL DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY
sealed. At least one cracked coffin
Also Israel Summer Seminars
and.
Co.
was observed, and there was evi-
for Rabbis and Educators
dence of leaks on other coffins.
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
For Further information
The committee questioned the
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