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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 April 16, 1976

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RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
— A lecturer at the Federal
University in Brasilia has
claimed that Hitler was a
tool of German Jews who
brought him to power be-
cause "they expected from
him better economic possi-
bilities in Germany."
That version of history
was given by Prof. Lucas

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Wajes Brandao in a lecture
labeled "A Study of Brazil-
ian Problems."
According to Brandao,
"the Nazi Party in Ger-
many came to power,
thanks to the Jews. The
Jews placed Hitler in
power. The German capi-
tal was Jewish. Hitler
never rejected Jewish cap-
ital. Who were the Krupps
(the leading German mun-
itions manufacturers)?
The proper Goebbels, Min-
ister of Propaganda, was
of Jewish descent . . ."
Brandao's lecture was rec-
orded in shorthand by one
of his students.
Manuel Waisman, a
member of the Brazilian
House of Representatives,
brought the transcript be-
fore a plenary session of the
House and demanded that
the ministers of justice and
education investigate the
lecture.

El Al Cargo

NEW YORK — El Al Is-
rael Airlines hauled 7,473
metric tons of cargo be-
tween North America and
Europe during 1975.

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Technion Dedicates
Science Center

HAIFA — The fifth and
sixth buildings in the Aaron
Gutwirth Science Based In-
dustries Center at the Tech-
nion — Israel Institute of
Technology were dedicated -
recently while the corner-
stone was laid for the sev-
enth and eighth buildings.
Gutwirth and his wife
Miram participated in the
ceremony awarding 21
scholarships and research
grants to outstanding Tech-
nion undergraduate and
graduate students, as well
as one research fellowship,
the first one to be granted.
The Gutwirth Science
Based Industires Center is
being used as a "halfway
house" for new industries
using sophisticated technol-
ogies which rent quarters
from this Technion facility
until they can establish
themselves in a permanent
location. Income from the
rental is used for scholar-
ships and grants to Tech-
nion students, teachers and
researchers.

Doves Mark Start
of Salute to Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — In a
gesture of peace, scores of
doves were released last
week from the steps of Fed-
eral Hall in the Wall Street
district of Manhattan to
herald the 12th annual Sa-
lute to Israel Parade.
The annual parade along
Fifth Avenue from 57th
Street to 86th Street is
scheduled for June 13.
This year's Salute to Is-
rael Parade theme is . . .
"Proclaim Liberty Through-
out The Land . . ." as in-
scribed on the Liberty Bell.
Some 500,000 persons are
expected to ,view and partici-
pate in the event. The an-
nual parade is sponsored by
the American Zionist Youth
Foundation in cooperation
with more than 100 Jewish
organizations and institu-
tions. More than 50 floats
and some 25 bands, and
hundreds of marching con-
tingents from Jewish and
non-Jewish groups through-
out the U.S. and Canada
will participate.

Flint Area News

Frank-Bernstein Rites Solemnized

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UN Zionism Rule
Blasted by British

LONDON (JTA) — The
United Nations Gener-
al Assembly's resolution
equating Zionism with rac-
ism was overwhelmingly
condemned at the annual
conference of the United
Nations Association of
Great Britain, held in Cam-
bridge.
The conference also urged
the Palestine Liberation
Organization to recognize
Israel which, in turn, should
accept PLO representation
in peace negotiations.

El Al Flights

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NEW YORK — Accord-
ing to Aviation Week, El Al
Israel Airlines flew an aver-
age of nine round-trip
flights per week from North
America and Europe during
1975, with an average of 190
passengers on each flight.

Lee Ellen Bernstein and
Jeran Michael Frank were
married recently at the
North Suburban Synagogue
in Morton Grove, Ill. Rabbi
Lawrence Sharney offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. Irving S. Bernstein of
Flint and the late Mrs. Pau-
line Bernstein. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Frank.
The couple were at-
tended by their parents,
the bridegroom's grand-
mother, Sarah Shimonov-
sky; Dr. and Mrs. Morton
Bernstein, Mrs. Lee Blu-

`Flint UJA Women
to Have Luncheon

The Flint United Jewish
Appeal Women's Division
will have a contributors
luncheon noon April 27 at
Temple Beth El. Hy Kalus,
Israel motion picture and
stage producer-director and
artistic director of the Jeru-
salem Theatre, will speak.
For reservations, call the
Council office, 767-5922.
There is a nominal Charge.

Israel Approves
Cost-of-Living Hike

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
agreement was signed be-
tween Histadrut and the
Coordinating Committee of
Economic Organizations
providing a 10.1 percent in-
crease in the cost-of-living
allowance, retroactive to
April 1.
The committee represents
all employers in Israel. The
maximum COL allowance
will be IL 404 per month,
subject to income tax. The
increase, however, amounts
to only 70 percent of the ac-
tual rise in living costs.

menthal and Mr. and
Mrs. Almarvin Shimonov-
sky.
The new Mrs. Frank is a
graduate of the University
of Michigan's school of den-
tal hygiene. Her husband
attends the Chicago Law
School.
The couple is living in
Evanston, Ill.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Saturday — FJCC Lead-
ership Development Crea-
tive Seder. 8 p.m., IMA
Lodge, Potters Lake.
Sunday — FJCC Cultural
Caravan '76, 7:30 p.m., Tem-
ple Beth El. •
Monday — UJA Wom-
en's Division Telethon, 4
p.m., Council office; and
Temple Beth El Board of
Education meeting, 8 p.m.,
temple.
Tuesday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood meeting, 8
p.m., temple.
Thursday — FJCC Board
of Governors meeting, 8
p.m., Council office.

Flint USY to Join
Shabat Services

The Flint United Syn--
agogue Youth chapter will
participate, in Sabbath serv-
ices 9 a.m. April 24 at Cong.
Beth Israel.
Fourteen members of the
Flint chapter attended the
23rd annual Central Region
LTSY conference held re-
cently in Cleveland.
At the convention, the
Flint chapter was cited for
its participation in the area
kinnus held in Detroit, and
the Flint chapter was pre-
sented with an award for
membership increase, from
0-25 members.

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