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April 19, 1974 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-19

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.1,

Dutchman Jailed for Crimes in War After Hiding 29 Years

NEW YORK — It was re-
ported here that Jocobus
Petrus Philippa, a Dutchman
sentenced to death in 1950
for collaboration with the
German occupation forces in
World War II and for serving

in the Waffen SS, the com-
bat arm of the Nazi elite
guard, has been arrested in
The Hague.
Philippa, 57, had been hid-
ing in his parents' home for
the past 29 years. He was

COME TO A PARTY!

AN AUTOGRAPH PARTY FOR

ELAYNE SUSAN STULBERG
THE HAPPY COOKER

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1 to 4 P.M.

at Words n' Music, Orchard Mall

MRS. ELAYNE STULBERG, AUTHORESS, WILL BE HERE IN OUR STORE
SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS AND ANSWERING ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ON
HOW TO EAT WELL WHILE WATCHING YOUR WEIGHT.

THE HAPPY COOKER '8"

Boris Smolar's

'Between You
• . and Me'

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1974, JTA Inc.)

POST-PASSOVER. TASK: The United Jewish Appeal
has started to collect the pledges made in recent months.
About $700,000,000 has been pledged so far toward the
$900,000,000 UJA 1974 goal. Some of the gifts have not yet
been fully collected. UJA has embarked on collecting
$250,000,000 between now and the end of June.
The central figure in this colossal task is Paul Zucker-
man, the dynamic national chairman of the UJA. He is
ably assisted by Irving Bernstein, the executive vice chair-
man.
Zuckerman has gained his national reputation long
before he was chosen national chairman of UJA. A resident
of Detroit — where the Jewish community has distinguished
itself with providing quite a number of top national Jewish
leaders — he has given much of his time to national Jewish
causes during the last 25 years. Also money and mileage.
One can see him now more in New York than at his home
in Detroit. He is always busy mapping plans at the UJA
national headquarters, attending UJA functions, addressing
UJA gatherings, presiding over UJA leadership conferences.
Not to speak of his shuttling between the U.S. and Israel
on important missions. Not to mention also his flying visits
to various communities all over the U.S. to stimulate there
more giving for UJA. He is the kind of a leader who is
determined to excel in any public effort he undertakes.
And he shows it with gusto in his UJA work.

FOUR DIMENSIONS: A man of strong Jewish feelings;
Zuckerman believes that Judaism. in America stands on
four pillars: 1. the home; 2. Jewish education; 3. the syna-
gogue; and 4. dedication to Israel. He himself is the per-
sonification of his own philosophical approach to Judaism.
His home atmosphere is Jewish; his children are Jewishly
educated; he is a member of several synagogues, and his
It's easier to renew a good dedication to Israel knows no end.
resolution than a 90-day note.
As matters stand today in American Jewish life — when
intermarriage is growing, Jewish education is on its lowest
level, the synagogue is not much of an attraction to a
majority of Jews — dedication to Israel becomes the major
factor in strengthening Jewish continuity in America.
Zuckerman does not say it in so many words, but any
observer of Jewish life in this country must come to the
conclusion that if there were no UJA existing, it would
have to be created, not merely for proving humanitarian
aid to Israel but also as an instrument for stimulating Jew-
ish feelings within American Jewry.
In considering dedication to Israel, one of the four
major dimensions of American Judaism, Zuckerman does
what he preaches and does it effectively through his ener-
getic activities in the UJA. He goes further than giving
generous contributions to UJA and devoting time and
energy to UJA. As a prominent American manufacturer —
he is chairman of the Velvet-O'Donnel Corporation — he
also invests capital in Israel introducing innovations in the
industry there.

Enjoy the good life now!

NOW AT TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

Orchard Lake at Maple
8519030

Baeck Fund Grants
Help London Jews

LONDON—The Bnai Brith
Leo Baeck Scholarship Fund
here, which has been chaired
for more than a decade by
M. M. Kasriel, has made
grants totaling 8,500 pounds
to 34 students at universities
in the United Kingdom for
the year 1973-74 and 9,000
pounds to 31 students during
the preceding year.

Words rilllusic

ORCHARD MALL

arrested on the basis of a
tip to The Hague police.
His father, who had been
living with a married daugh-
ter to avoid publicity, asked
a lawyer to enter a plea for
mercy, and Premier Joop
Den Uyl has said that it is
unthinkable that a death sen-
tence will be carried out, the
New York Times reported.
Philippa was a district
commander of the German-
controlled military force in
Drenthe, and was responsible
for hunting down members
of the resistance and people
hiding from the Germans..
He also was indirectly re-
sponsible for transportation
to concentration camps.
After the war, 127 persons
were sentenced to death in
the Netherlands, but only 16
were executed. All war crim-
inals in the Netherlands are
free except for three Ger-
mans serving life sentences
in Breda jail.

MT. CLEMENS

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465-6151

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A really New Tasty Treat Students at U of M and M.S.U. Know Me

YOU SHOULD TOO!

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Spertus to Reopen Judaica Museum

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HOURS: 8 A.M. - 10 P.M. Daily and Sunday

MAN OF ACTION: In his own city, in Detroit, Zucker-
man is not less active in local Jewish and non-Jewish
humanitarian affairs than he is nationally in the United
Jewish Appeal. He is the co-founder of Maryglade Catholic
College, a director of the United Foundation of Detroit,
served as head of the U.S. Food for Peace Committee in
Michigan, as director. of Sinai Hospital. and was president
of the United Jewish Charities of Detroit. His many honors
include a certificate of appreciation from the city of Detroit.
There is a "Zuckerman Forest" in the hills overlooking
Jerusalem 'planted by the Detroit Jewish National Fund
Council in his honor. There is a Zuckerman Auditorium and
Conference Center at Detroit's Sinai Hospital. There is a
"Detroit Park" built by Zuckerman in honor of the people
of Detroit. There is the site of a public library in Detroit
presented by Zuckerman, and there are numerous other
landmarks testifying to his generosity and interest in public
affairs. In addition to being the head of the national United
Jewish Appeal, he is also a member of the executive of
the Jewish Agency, of the Joint Distribution Committee,
and service as a member of the board of directors of the
United Israel Appeal, of American ORT and numerous
other national Jewish bodies.

8 A.M. - 2 A.M. Saturday

CHICAGO (JTA) — The He said the museum is an
Spertus College of Judaica educational adjunct of the
has announced that the college and that it was the
Maurice Spertus Museum of
Judaica, which has been most comprehensive Jewish
closed for nearly a year, will museum in the midwest. As
re-open Sunday in new gal- one of the inaugural exhibi-
leries at the Ratner Center tions, highlights will be on
of the college, according to display from the museum's
Dr. David Weinstein, college permanent Judaica collec-
president. tion.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 19, 1974-13

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