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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-02

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54 Friday, blue 2, 1978

NE 11811011 ‘ JEWISH NEWS

Rhodesian Zionists Weigh Dismal Future

By ARTHUR KENIGSBERG

NU Way News and Press Agency

SALISBURY — What
might well be the last
Zionist Conference in
Rhodesia as we know it to-
day, took place in Salisbury
during the weekend of May
20-21.
The uncertainty of the
political future, coupled
with the rise of pro-Arab
feelings, espeically among
the black University of
Rhodesia students, as well
as diminishing Jewish
population, hung like a
dark cloud over the confer-
ence.
However, the determina-
tion of the Central African
Zionist Organization dele-
gates as a whole to continue
and increase the work for
Israel was the one en-
thusiastic and bright tone of
the conference.
Prof. Marcus Arkin,
- brought greetings from
the South African Zionist
Federation and delivered
two addresses to the con-
ference. One on the open-
ing night, "The Problems
and Prospects of Zionists
in Southern Africa" and
next day a masterly ex-
position of the Middle
East, after Sadat's visit.
Abe Abrahamson, presi-
dent of the Jewish Board of

Holocaust Exhibit
at U.S. Archives

Detroit Architecture History
Told in NewWSU Press Book

VW Will Fund
Hebrew U. Dept.

JERUSALEM — Gov.
James B. Hunt of North
Carolina has signed an
executive order creating an
academic exchange prog-
ram between the univer-
sities of North Carolina and
Israel.

Monument Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News, 17515
W. Nine Mile, Suite 865, South-
field. Mich. 48075.424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must be ac.
companied by the name and ad-
dress of the person making the
insertions. There is a standing
charge of $7.50 for an unveiling
notice measuring an inch in
de pth, and $12.50 for a notice two
inches deep with a black border .

The Family
of the Late

JERRY BAKER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 10:30
a.m. Sunday, June 4, at
Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi Arm and
Cantor Bermanis will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

IDA
BRAVERMAN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 4, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Levin will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

JOE
KASMER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, June 4, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper will
officiate. Relatives and
Mends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family
of the Late

JOSEPH
RICH

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory I:30p.m.

Sunday, June 4, at
Machpelah Cemetery.

Rabbi James L Gordon
will officiate. Relatives
and Mends are asked to
attend.

The family of the
late Jacobeth Gubin an-
nounces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 3
p.m. Sunday, June 4, at
Workmen's Circle Cemet-
ery (Beth Shmuel section).
Rabbi Leizer Levin will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

IDA SILVER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 4, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

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Technion Awards Harvey Prize

HAIFA — An Israeli sci- through his writings, was a prominent leader of
enlist specializing in plant which have increased the American Technion Soc-
pathology and a British- awareness and under- iety. Mr. Harvey was foun-
born orientalist living in standing of Middle East- der and chairman of Harvey
America have been chosen ern civilization in Aluminum Co. The Harvey
as the 1978 recipients of the academic and popular Prize Fund was established
Harvey Prize. spheres." by a gift of $1,000,000 from
The recipient of the Har-
the Lena P. Harvey Found-
The Harvey Prizes bear ation in Los Angeles to the
vey Prize in Science and
Technology is Prof. Isaak the name of the late Leo M. American Technion Society
Wahl of the Tel Aviv Uni- Harvey of Los Angeles, who in 1971.
versity. The Harvey Prize
recipient for Literature of
Profound Insight in to the
Life and Mores of the
Peoples of the Middle East
A virtual history of De- Michigan cities.
is Prof. Bernard Lewis of the
The firm now also oper-
troit's image is portrayed
Department of Near East-
architecturally in an impre- ates in Saudi Arabia.
ern Studies, Princeton Uni-
Mariy references are con-
salve Wayne State Univer-
versity.
sity Press volume issued tained in this volume to AI-
Prof. Wahl receives the
bert and- Julian Kahn, to
this week.
award "in recognition of his
Kahn Associates and many
research and techniques in "Smith, Hinchman and
other prominent architects.
the improvement of cereal Grylls: 125 Years of Ar-
grains which has inspired chitecture and Engineer-
today's generation of scien- ing" by Thomas J. Hone-
tists seeking to provide man and James P. Gal-
adequate food supplies for lagher is an intriguing de-
BONN — The Vol-
an ever-growing world scription of the immense
kawagenwerk Foundation
population_" achievements of a noted De-
of Germany has donated
Pr oL Lewis is honored troit firm that has to its cre-
DM900,000 to the Hebrew
''m recognition aids pro- dit architectural ac-
University of Jerusalem to
found insight into the life complishments in many
help finance a department
and sores of the peoples ." other communities, in addi-
of German studies for five
of the Middle East lion to Detroit and other
-
years.

Youth Exchange

0: P 14 6 W

JERUSALEM — The In New York it was re- Union. Most of these in edi-
Jewish Agency reported ported that more than lions of 100,000 or 200,000,
that Jewish emigration two dozen members of are in the guise of anti-
from the Soviet Union has Congress marking the Israeli or anti-Zionist
increased substantially in seventh anniversary of studies.
the first quarter of this year Soviet Jewish prisoner of
Prof. John Armstrong
and is reflected in a sharp conscience Hillel But- of the University of Wis-
rise in the number of new man, sent an appeal on consin said the materials
arrivals in Israel. However, Butman's behalf to Soviet did not distinguish bet-
the drop-out rate stands at Ambassador Anatoly ween Zionist and Jew
more than 50 percent. Dobrynin. and blended "the main
Meanwhile, it was features of traditional
In a related development,
Begun of anti-Semitic prop-
the Canadian government learned that Iosif
agenda, as developed
is working towards expand- Moscow, arrested May 17 from
the Middle Ages
ing the Immigration Act to for violating an order ban-
ning
him
from
the
capitol,
through
the Nazi press,
allow more "non-
was moved to a Moscow with Soviet cold-war
conforming" refugees to prison
cliches in which Jews,
enter Canada, Bud Cullen,
Zionists and Israel re-
Canada's_ Minister of
The New York Times re- place the Western powers
Employment and Immigra- ported, meanwhile, that as archvillains."
tion, told a Bnai Brith lodge
American
analysts of
The theme that Jews col-
meeting in his home consti- Soviet books and magazines laborated with Nazis during
tuency of Sarnia, Ontario.
found these publications to World War II appears in
A special category, the be openly anti-Semitic and several books.
humanitarian category, has anti-Zionist in tone.
Analysts added that pro-
been created for potential
Since 1975, according to
tests in the past, by private
immigrants who do not fit specialists attending a and political groups in the
the refugee dermition of the meeting of the National West, including Communist
Act, Cullen said. These Conference on Soviet Jewry parties, has sometimes
would include Ukrainians a few weeks ago, more than compelled the Soviets to
and Poles in addition to 20 anti-Semitic books have disown and withdraw objec-
Jews from the USSR. been published in the Soviet tionable works.

The Times reported that
14 Communists were
.hanged in Iraq last month.

tra

NEW YORK (JTA) — De-
termined to help strengthen
Israel's economy during its
30th anniversary year, a
capacity audience of 650
women subscribed to more
than $1 million in Israel
Bonds at the 1978 All-Israel
Fashion Show and Lunc-
heon at the Plaza Hotel.
Sponsored by the Greater
New York Women's Divi-
sion of Israel Bonds, the
event paid tribute to Mrs.
Chaim Herzog, wife of Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
United Nations, and Mrs-
Uri Ben-Ari, wife of Israel's
Consul General in New
York.

Soviet Jewish Emigration Up

Another Iraqi paper listed
several reasons for the split,
including the Soviet Un-
ion's -support for Israel's
existence.

1

Fashions Net
Bonds for Israel

Deputies, in bringing the to intensify its 80-year-old
It was noted that United
board's greetings to the con- support forthe Zionist cause Israel Appeal contributors
LONDON (JTA) — Po-
ference, dwelt on diminish- and intensify its support for in Bulawayo, shrunk from land's recent commemora-
ing Jewish population, Israel.
over 400 to under 200 since tion of the Warsaw Ghetto
which is reflected in the
uprising, attended by world
In the field of public re- the last campaign.
• • •
total school enrollment fir lations, while the confer-
Jewish leaders, has been
Marshall Robinson, 47, bitterly , attacked by the
gures for Jewish children in ence acknowledged with
primary and secondary edu- thanks and gratification
was elected president of the Iraqi regime.
Associated Chamber of
cation: from 1,050 in 1975, the sterling work done by
to 598 in 1978 throughout Barney gat, in supplying
Commerce of Rhodesia at its
Al-Jumhuriyah, the offi-
Rhodesia. Secondary school Israeli and Zionist films
recently held conference at cial Baghdad daily, accused
enrollment in Salisbury and and literature to all sec-
Victoria Falls.
Poland of submitting to the
Bulawayo has fallen from lions of the population, it
Robinson is a director of Western campaign accusing
516 to 262, while primary noted with regret the fai-
Radio Ltd., and six other Poland of "participating
enrollment decreased from lure to make any impact
company subsidaries and with the Nazis in extermi-
504 to 317. Some 193 pupils on the students of the
also sits on three other nation of the Jews."
are attending day schools.
University of Rhodesia to
boards.
The New York Times this
Abrahamson called on sway the majority
The last Jew to hold the week reported a growing
CAZO, with Jewish Agency of politically-conscious
split
between Iraq and
office
of
president
of
approval, to help the board black students, who are
ACCOR was the late Her- Soviet-bloc nations.
maintain the day schools in the main Robert
man
Krikler
during
1958-
and accept a greater finan- Mugabe's Marxists, from
59.
cial burden in the future. their pro-Arab orienta-
The conference resolved lion.

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
An exhibition of Nazi pap-
ers and artifacts document-
ing the persecution of the
Jews has been mounted by
the National Archives in its
Pennsylvania Avenue
lobby. All of the records to
be shown in the exhibit
which will continue during
the summer were entered as
evidence in war crimes
trials.
They span eight years,
from 1938 through 1945,
and provide documentation
of what the Nazis termed
"the final solution" — the
extermination of the Jews
in much of Europe.
Dr. James B. Rhoads, ar-
chivist of the United States,
explained that the National
Archives is putting on this
exhibition "because of the
unusual amount of interest
engendered by the recent
NBC-TV 'Holocaust'
series."

Polish Warsaw Ghetto Rites
Draw Attack from Iraq Paper

The Family
of the Late

FANNIE
WEIDER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1:30 pan.
Sunday, June 4, at
Workmen's
Circle
Cemetery. Rabbi Yolkut
and Cantor Adler will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

JEANETTE
COSSMAN
GOLDBERG

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument,
in her memory 2.410 pan
Sunday, June 4, at
Machpelah Cemetery,
corner
Layton
Boulevard and Branch
Road, Flint, Mich. (off
Dort Highway, take
Western Avenue to the
te of west side of
opposite Dam). Rela-
tives and friends are
waked to attend.



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