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June 25, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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6 Jim) 25, 1976

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New University of Michigan Social-Cultural Program in Dormitories
Inspires Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation and National Campus Emulation

(Continued from Page 1)

eration with Isidore Sobel-
off. Pekarsky has just
earned his PhD degree from
Harvard and will teach at
the University of Wisconsin.
Successors to him are being
selected to direct the new
Meekreh program.
To assure the success of
this program, the United
Jewish Charities of De-
troit is being asked to allo-
cate a sum of $15,000 for
the coming year. Prof.
Armand Lauffer, chair-
man of the governing
board of the U of M Hillel
Foundation, submitting
the request for the United
Jewish Charities alloca-
tion, stated that the organ-
ization's four-year pro-
gram of placing Hillel staff
in dormitories was modi-
fied.
"We found the use of sev-
eral workers in different
dorms to be wasteful in
terms of staff resources,
start-up time, co-ordination
and supervision," he said.

"Last year, we tried some-
thing different.
"With the assistance of a
generous one year grant
from Mr. Walter Field, we
decided to modify our out-
reach approach by employ-
ing a single worker and
placing him principally in

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"Markley is the largest of
the University's dorms. It
has the largest Jewish popu-
lation. Its location 'on the
hill' makes it a social and ac-
tivity center for three other
dormitories: Alice Lloyd,

Nazis Sentenced ingGermany

BONN — Johannes No-
wotsch, 75-year-old retired
police sergeant from Ham-
burg, has been sentenced to
five years imprisonment on
charges of complicity in the
murder of at least 500 Jews.
He set a trap for a group of
Jews trying to escape on
June 8, 1943 and shot them
dead. The judge said that
NoNVotsch had shown a "lack
of feeling and mercy and a
hostile attitude towards his
Jewish victims".
Wilhelm Eickhoff, who
was SS commander of a
camp in Bobruisk, White
Russia, in 1942-43 at the age
of 21, has been found guilty
of murdering at least 50
Jews and sentenced to 12
years in prison. The court
Freedom's Twin decided not to give him a life
Freedom and responsibil- sentence, the usual penalty
ity are like Siamese twins: for murder, because at the
they die if they are parted. time of the offense he was
—Lilliam Smith very young and the court ac-
cepted that he "acted under
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acquitted. The court found
home of the immaculate
that Rudolf Sowatzki's
fit in custom, tailored-to-
complicity in the murder
measure or quality brand
of 400 Jewish children had
clothing.
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corporal, to life in prison for
brutally executing five peo-
ple at the forced labor camp
known as the "clothing fac-
tory of the Waffen SS" near
Lublin, Poland. The other
man accused with him,
Heinrich Birmes, was ac-
quitted of two charges of
murder owing to lack of evi-
dence.

Israel Nixes All
Diplomatic Contact
With Soviet Union

.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
rael's Foreign Ministry has
instructed Israeli diplomats
in Washington and New
York, to avoid all meetings
with Soviet representatives
unless first cleared with
Jerusalem, according to a
report in Ha'aretz. These
instructions followed a
meeting between the Israeli
Ambassador to the U.N.,
Chaim Herzog, and the So-
viet Ambassador Yakov
Malik. Ambassador Herzog,
had not requested nor re-
ceived authorization from
Jerusalem for this encoun-
ter.
In recent months, accord-
ing to the newspaper report,
the Soviets have attempted
to conduct talks with Israeli
diplomats, but these con-
tacts have produced no posi-
tive results. The Foreign
Office in Jerusalem has con-
cluded that these efforts by
the Russians are intended to
create the impression there
is a de facto informal rela-
tionship between both coun-
tries. The Soviet objective is
to establish its right to take
an active role in the negotia-
tions between Israel and the
Arab states.
Israel however, is op-
posed to this intent as long
as the Soviets refuse to res-
tore formal diplomatic rela-
tions with Jerusalem.

Jewish Workers
Continue Studies

MIAMI (JTA) — The 120
men and women staff pro-
fessionals of the Greater
Miami Jewish federation
and its affiliated agencies
are in the second year of a
series of professional en-
richment programs. The
PEP series have been de-
scribed by Myron J. Brodie,
federation executive vice
president, as a form of con-
tinuing education, involving
a renewal of Jewish con-
sciousness and identity.

Couzens, and Mosher-Jor-
dan. Together they house
1,500 Jewish students."
Prof. Lauffer stated that
fully half the Jewish popu-
lation has been reached
with religious, educa-
tional, cultural, social ac-
tivities, counseling and
other services.
In seeking United Jewish
Charities funding, Prof.
Lauffer said the Hillel
Foundation can not ade-
quately sustain and expand
the program by itself.
Dr. Lauffer described the
program as a radical depar-
ture from most Hillel pro-
grams and a model for other
campuses across the nation.
On his visit to Detroit last
week, Rabbi Oscar Groner,
associate national director
of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundations, highly com-
mended the new program
and gave it his blessings.
Similar commendations
came from Dr. Alfred Jos --
pey, until recently national
Hillel director.
Expressing appreciation
to Field for his pioneering
efforts in behalf of the so-
cial-cultural tasks on the
campus in Ann Arbor,
Rabbi Poupko said Field's
work has revolutionized
the Hillel program.
Stating that "There really
is no way for our gratitude
to match your deeds," Rabbi
Poupko sent Field some

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