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March 19, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-19

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38 Friday, March 19, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Execution of Dutch Jew Acknowledged

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The Netherlands govern-
ment has lodged a formal
protest with Iraq over the
execution of a Dutch-born
Jew, Leon Aaronson. Gov-
ernment offiCials said that
the Iraqi embassy here has
finally acknowledged that
Aaronson was hanged three
months ago as an alleged
spy for Israel.
Aaronson, a 40-year-old
male nurse who was also
known as Alexander Har-
oun, was arrested by Iraqi
police in a Kurdish village
last March and sentenced to
death by a military tribunal
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Government officials re-
tion in November. The ported that after months of
Bahgdad authorities denied denial, an official of the
that the sentence was car- Iraqi embassy informed
ried out, but subsequent Aaronson's family in Hol-
inquiries by ;the Dutch gov- land Monday of the execu-
ernment were met by eva- tion.
sions and refusals to pro-
duce Aaronson to confirm
Aaronson had devoted his
that he was alive.
life to humanitarian work in
Repeated requests by underdeveloped nations of
the Netherlands authori- Africa and Asia. He lived in
ties to permit a represent-. Israel for a time in the
ative of their embassy in 1950s, but retained his
Baghdad to visit Aaronson Dutch citizenship. Israeli
in prison were spurned by officials denied Iraqi allega-
the Iraqis. They denied tions that he was a spy or
similar requests by the that he had once joined the
International Red Cross.
Israeli army.

Seminary Resumes Summer Program

NEW YORK — An unpre-
cented upsurge of interest
in the study of Judaica has
led the Jewish Theological
Seminary to offer a gradu-
ate level summer program
this year for the first time
in four years.

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be more ambitions than any
the Seminary has previously
undertaken, according to
Dr. Ismar Schorsch, dean of
graduate studies. More than
half the faculty will be visi-
tors, including three Israe-
lis, Prof. Gershon Shaked of
Hebrew University in mod-
ern Hebrew literature, Prof.
I. Gilat of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in Jewish law, and Prof.
Daniel Carpi of Tel Aviv
University in Western Euro-
pean Jewish history.

Twelve courses will be of-
fered in Jewish philosophy,
literature, history and edu-
cation, rabbinics and Bible.
The summer -program will
be divided into two month-
long sessions, each offering
six courses.

Metropolitan Division Holds
Campaign Kick-Off Brunch

10111MA

Shown at the Metropolitan Division's kick-off
brunch are, standing, from left, special gifts co-chair-
man Jack Boxer, Division chairman Rabbi James Gor-
don, and past Metropolitan chairman Morris Asher;
seated, executive board chairman John Nemon, treasury
gifts chairman Bernard Panush, and telethon chairman
Harold Zucker.

Sholem Aleichem Lecture Postponed

SholenkAleichem Insti-
tute's annual Moishe Haar
Memorial Lecture scheduled
for March 26 has been post-
poned to a later date be-
cause of the illness of Doro-
thy Silver, one of the

performers.
Bob Benyas, president of
the institute, announced
that Mrs. Silver and her
husband Reuben would re-
schedule their "Dramatic
Readings from the Jewish
Experience" when Mrs. Sil-
ver has recovered. Details of
the event will be announced.
The program had been
scheduled to be held at the
Labor Zionist Institute.

Chinukh Atzmoi
Meeting Planned

Synagogue Exhibit
Due at Brandeis U.

WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA)
— "Two Hundred Years of
American Synagogue Archi-
tecture," a Bicentennial ex-
hibit tracing the develop-
ment of American
architecture as seen in the
evolution of American syn-
agogues, will he shciwn at
Brandeis University's Rose
Art Museum March 30-May
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ORT Will Check
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
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Women's American ORT
will inspect ORT's voca-
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ing operations in Latin
America during March and
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