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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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Friday, July 1, 1977 3S

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Institute Founders -Honored

Founders and organizers of the Sholenr Aleichem In-
stitute honored at its recent dinner were, front row, from
left: Morris and Sarah Friedman, Rose Beckerman,
( nces
ry and Charles Driker and Nathan P. Rossen. Shown
back row, from left, are: Morris Lesser, Jennie and
Weinberg and Herman Kanter. Not pictured are
Harry Block, Pauline and Isaac Finkelstein, Esther and
Louis LaMed and Julia Weiss. The institute is celebrating
its 51st anniversary.

War Crimes Trials Continue

BONN The - first Jewish
witness has 'been called in
the Lemberg trial of Frie-
drich Wilhelm ,Heinen, who
is charged with murdering
Jews during World War II
in the Janowska camp. Hei-
nen has been described by
previous witnesses. as "one
of the most dangerous SS
people," and another wit-
ness testified that Heinen
did not enjoy his breakfast
if he had not killed a Jew
first."
Former SS officer Ehlers,
and two others, one of them
a nephew of World War II
Admiral Canaris, are now
being tried in Kiel, since
the public prosecutor ap-
pealed a decision by the
criminal division of Flens-
burg regional court not to
allow the trial. The three
are accused of complicity
in the deportation of 26,000
Jews between 1942 and
1944.
In Darmstadt, Eberhard
Rondholtz, a . police ser-
geant from Neu-Isenburg,
was acquitted of war
crimes when the judge
ruled that after 36 years it
was no longer possible to de-
termine his "inner motive"
for the crimes. Rondholtz
was sentenced to life impris-
onment by the Wuppertal re-
gional court in 1968 for
shooting three Russian pris-
oners of war in Bialystok in
1941, and involvement in
the massacre of Jewish
women and children who
were burned to death in the
Bialystok synagogue.
The Hanover public prose-
cutor has asked for life im-
prisonment for Helmut
Schnabel, former SS staff
sergeant,- accused of nine
counts of murder com-
mitted when he `, was in
charge of a concentration
camp in Estonia.
The sentence of. Manfred
der, a former lawyer
described Dietrich Bon-
hoeffer, a resistance fighter
executed by the Nazis, as a
"dishonorable traitor," has
been upheld by the court of
appeal.
Witnesses in the Maida-
nek war-crimes trial are
complaining of intimidation
in the court room from de-
fense attorneys. One former
concentration camp inmate
for instance, testified that a
guard had trampled a Jew
to death. The accused war
criminal's lawyer then
asked "How can you, who
are not a doctor, maintain
that the man was dead?"
, The Society for Christian-
Jewish Cooperation has





[Marriages]

Sheryl Fishman and
James Siegel were married
Sunday. The bride is the
daughter of Mitchel D. Fish-
man of Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. B. Miller Siegel of
Grand Rapids. The couple
is living in Grand Rapids.
***
Gail M. Hines became the
bride of Dennis P. Rader
on June 12. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Esther
King of Oak Park. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Rader of
Oak Park. The couple is liv-
ing in Oak Park.

Arabs Deflecting
Refugee Claims

TEL AVIV (JTA )—Dr.
said it will lodge a protest
against intimidation of wit- Yaacov Meron of the Hebr-
ew University's law faculty
nesses.
In Vienna, Nan-hunter charged that the Arab
Simon Wiesenthal has states are trying to deflect
begun an investigation of possible claims by Israel
Heidelberg bar-owner Hel- for compensation for Jew-
mut Druschke, whom Wie- ish refugees who were
senthal suspects of having forced to leave Arab coun-
been a junior SS officer and tries in 1948.
He told a special meeting
head of an execution sqiiad
in Jesenice, Yugoslavia, in ,on the situation of Jews in
Arab countries that for this
World War II.
reason some Arab govern-
ments are urging those
Jews to leave Israel and re-
turn to the lands of their
birth.
NEW
YORK—' The
According to Meron, the
Rights of the Individual in Arabs are afraid that Israel
Jewish, Israeli and Ameri- may make the same de-
can Law" will be the sub- mands at a future peace
ject of the 13th annual conference that the Arabs
American-Israel • "Dia- themselves made during
logue" in Jerusalem July 5- the Rhodes armistice nego-
July 8.
tiations in 1949.
The symposium, spon-
At that time, the Arabs
sored by the American-Jew- demanded compensation for
ish Congress, will bring to- the lands and other_ proper-
gether some 35 leading ju- ty left behind by Arab refu-
rists and rabbis from the gees from Israel. They also
United States and Israel, in- asked Israel to admit a
cluding Israeli Chief Justice token number of Arab refu-
Yoel Zussman; Chief Rabbi gees to those territories
Shlomo Goren ; Ethariuel originally assigned to an
Rackman, president of Bar- Arab state by the UN Pales-
Ilan University; Rabbi Ar- tine partition plan. Israel
thur Hertzberg, president of was inclined to agree, but
the American Jewish Con- .because of the com-
gress; and Federal Court pensation demands by the
Judges Edward Weinfeld Arabs, the plan was
and. Jack B. Weinstein of dropped, Meron said.
New York.
He said that the ouster of
In comparing the Iialak- - Jews from Arab countries
hic, Israeli and American was a premeditated plan,
legal systems, "Dialogue"
in Iraq where it
participants will discuss especially
women's rights, including was initiated by Nun A-
matters related to Mar- Said. Meron quoted portions
riage, abortion and di- of the memoirs of a British
vorce; censorship and other diplomat who said that Said
restraints on free speech; had suggested that trucks
autopsy and postmortem bring Iraqi Jews.to the bor-
der between Jordan and Is-
disposition.
rael.

Law Is Topic
of Israel Event

EEC May Issue
M.E. Statement

LONDON
(JTA)—The
prime ministers of the nine
member countries of the
European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) were ex-
pected to discuss the
Middle East at their council
meeting Wednesday and
Thursday.
At previous sessions in
the past six months the
EEC has refused to come
out with its own Middle
East policy statement.
However, President _Car-
ter's own practice of "think-
ing aloud" on the Middle
East and the adamant refus-
al of the new Israeli govern-
ment to give up the West
Bank and Gaza Strip have
introduced new factors.

Cheese Cake

Djibouti Applies
to Arab League

(JTA )—The
PARIS
newly-independent African
state of Djibouti, in one of
its first acts,- Monday ap-
plied to become the 22nd
member of the, Arab

League.
Meanwhile, the Organiza-
tion of African Unity, meet-
ing in Libreville, Gabon, ac-
cepted the country, one of
Africa's smallest, as the
49th member of the OAU.
Although containing only
9,000 square miles, Djibouti
has strategic importance be-
cause. it commands the
southwest side of the 20-
mile wide Bab el Mandeb
strait on the Red Sea route
to the Suez Canal.

BY NORMA BARACH,

(Copyright 1977, JTA , Inc.)

This recipe for a delicious
cheese cake comes to us in-
directly from a Boston phy-
sician, Dr. Daniel Nizik:

one cup graham crackers,
crushed
two tbsps. confectioner's sug-
ar
butter
four 8-oz. packages cream
cheese, room temperature
1 1/2 cups sugar
eight jumbo eggs, room tem-
perature
two tbsps. flour
two tsps. vanilla
juice of one lemon
one tsp. lemon rind, grated
one pint heavy cream
Preheat oven. to 350 de-
grees for one hour. Pack gra-
ham crackers and con-
fectioner's sugar firmly on
bottom of nine-inch spring \
form pan. Butter sides. In
large mixing bowl cream the
cheese, add sugar slowly and
continue to. beat. Add eggs
one at a time, beat and add
flour, vanilla, lemon juice and
rind, heavy cream and beat
this well. Ladle carefully into
spring form pan and place in
the middle of the oven.
Bake 65 minutes, turn oven
off and leave cake in oven for
30 minutes. Do not open oven
to look at cake during this pe-
riod. Then open oven door
partially for 30 minutes. Then
remove cake and place on
cake rack to cool for one hour.
Remove sides of pan and
place in refrigerator over-
night, covered.

Jewish Center Will Exhibit
Paintings by Israeli Children

The exhibition may be
viewed 9 a.m. to .5 p.m.
daily until July 17.

An exhibit of paintings
and murals, by Israeli
school children is on dis-
play at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
Arranged by the art de-
partment of the Ann Arbor
Public..Schools and the Jew-
ish Center, the exhibit is
part of a cultural exchange
with the youth wing of the
Israel Museum.
The youth wing offers an
extensive program of art
classes, guided tours and
special exhibitions to the
young people of Jerusalem,
with out-reach programs
throughout the area

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THE SMITHS

Mr. and Mrs. Albert A.
Smith of Kensington Ct.,
Southfield, celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary
on Sunday. A brunch at
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club was given in their
honor by their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Wally Friedman
and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Smith.
The affair was attended
by grandchildren, great
grandchildren, other rela-
tives and friends.

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