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March 16, 1979 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-16

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20 Friday, March 16, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Units Split on Weber

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favor, but ruled that race
could be taken into consid
eration in college admission
programs.
Weber was passed over
in favor of blacks in a
Kaiser plant training
program. The _ black
applicants had less
.seniority. •
The ADL said it was get-
ting involved in the Weber
case because it said the
Kaiser reverse-
discrimination 'was even
worse than the discrimina-
tion in the Bakke case. A„
spokesman said ADL favors
affirmative action to help
racial minorities, but not an
absolute preference that
eliminates competition.

Detroit Clergymen in Israel

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Rated Four Star By the Underground

the American Jewish
Committee and the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress have
decided to stay out of the
suit in order to - try to heal
relations with black Ameri-
cans.
The case, Weber vs.
Kaiser Steel, is slated to.
come before the U.S. Sup-
reme Court this year and
settle several issues that
were not addressed by the
court in- the Bakke case.
Allan Bakke sued when
the University of California
medical school at the Davis
campus allowed two blacks
into the school and refused
Bakke admission although
he was more qualified. The
court ruled in Bakke's

Three Detroit clergymen visited the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem as
part of a tour of Israel sponsored by the Commission
of Inter-Religious Affairs. Shown in front of the
famous Marc Chagall stained glass windows are, from
left, the Right Rev. H. Bishop Maywon, Bishop Re-
ginald H. Holle and Bishop Joseph Imesch.

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

presents

Soviet authorities with
tampering with letters to
and from her son and with-
holding information vital to
an appeal against his con-
viction.
Ida Milgrom said the
authorities have .flatly re-
fused to give her a copy of
the official verdict handed
down on Shcharansky at the
end of his espionage trial in
Moscow last July.
She said an official
copy of the verdict was
needed as a "basis on
which to formulate -any
appeal against the sen-
tence."
Shcharansky was con-
victed of high treason on
ch-arges of spying for the
U.S. and -was sentenced to
13 years in prison.

* * *

Refusnik Art
in U-M Exhibit

Comedy Star

ALAN KING

BONN — The city of Ulm, who lives in Ulm, is skepti-
West Germany, the birth- cal. "He had very ambigu-
place of Albert Einstein, ous feelings about Ger-
opened an exhibit honoring many. He didn't want to in-
the scientist this week on sult anyone," Moos said.
the occasion of the 100th "I'm convinced Einstein
anniversary of Einstein's himself would never have
birth.
given his permission for this
Einstein lived in Ulm the exhibit.
first 15 months of his life.
The family moved to Spring Festival
Munich after the family
Set in Jerusalem
business failed.
Ulm named a street after
JERUSALEM — The
Einstein after he won the 1979 Spring in Jerusalem
1921 Nobel Prize for Festival will be held April
physics. The Nazis stripped 12 - May 17.
Einstein of his citizenship
International artists in-
in 1934 and re-named the cluding the American La
street. In 1938, they burned Mama D'ance Troupe, Brit-
the synagogue and at least ain's Royal Shakespeare
180 of the towns 500 Jews, Company, French singer
including four of Einstein's Charles Aznavour and the
relatives, were shipped to Royal Danish Ballet will
the death camps.
perform.
Ulm also announced
Israeli performers in-
this week that it is estab- clude the Jerusalem Sym-
lishing a scholarship in phony Orchestra; the Bar
Einstein's name for a Dor Dance Company and
Jewish foreign student to the Israel Chamber. Or-
come to Ulm University.
chestra.
Although Einstein re- - Performances will be
fused the city's offer of hon- given at the Jerusalem
orary citizenship after the Theater, Israel Museum,
war, Ulm officials say he Binyanei Haooma Congress
reached a sort of reconcilia- Center, the Khan Theater,
_ Jerusalem Hilton Hotel and
tion with his hometown.
But. Alfred Moos, Eins- at David's Citadel in the Old
tein's 65-year-old cousin City.

Dissident's Mother Accuses
Soviets of Mail Tampering

LONDON — The mother
of jailed Soviet Jewish dis-
sident Anatoly
Shcharansky charged the


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_Saturday, March 31, 1979
8:30 p.m. Ford Auditorium

For. Ticket information
call Hillel Day School at
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"From Moscow to
Jerusalem," an art exhibit
featuring the works of
former Soviet Jewish dissi-
dent and refusnik artists
will be on display through
March 28 at the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation on the
University of Michigan
campuS, 1429 Hill, Ann Ar-
bor.
Hours are 1-5 p.m. and
7-9 p.m. weekdays and Sun-
days.
The exhibit features the
works of Yevgeny Abehaus,
Anatol Schnitke, Yuri
Kalenderev and Sima Os-
trovsky. Sponsors of the ex-
hibit are Aktsia, Action for
Soviet Jewry and Human
Rights and Hillel.

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