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May 22, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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will also feature a musical pro-
gram planned by Lee Smits,
society trustee, entitled "De-
troit — City of Song," dedicated
to the King of Melody, Jerome
H. Remick. A selection of Re-
mick hits will be sung by the
Dynamics, from the Dearborn
and Wayne Chapters of the So-
ciety for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barbershop
Quartet Singing in America,
Inc. Society members and
guests will be led in community
singing of favorite Remick
numbers by Roger Craig, as-
sisted by Carleton - Ryding at
the piano.
A short business meeting and
election of trustees will pre-
cede the evening's program. A
social hour under the direction
of Mrs. Richard W. Allen will
conclude the occasion.

Germany to Review Lag in
Compensations on June 18

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Dr . not name, depended on Soviet
Nahum Goldmann announced Union permission.
that Chancellor Konrad Aden-
Dr. Goldmann stated that it
auer of West Germany will con- was understood that Soviet
vene in Bonn on June 18 a leaders still were discussing
conference of the premiers and whether to permit Soviet Jew-
finance ministers of all states ish delegate participation and
in the West German Republic that Soviet diplomats in West-
to discuss with Dr. Goldmann ern capitals were believed urg-
and reparations experts means ing Moscow to give such per-
of speeding up individual com- mission.
pensation payments.
A second subject of the Stock-
Dr. Goldmann said Dr. Aden-
gathering will be cultural
auer's decision to run for the holm
presidency of West Germany pluralism, he said, adding that
would not affect reparations invitations for the session had
been sent mainly to non-Jewish
payments to Israel. He pointed lecturers,
including a "great
out that not reparations, but
liberal leader from America," a
individual compensation pay- French
leader, a Polish expert
ments, was the main problem
and that the latter issue had who was expected to discuss
no connection with the question ethnic minorities in Socialist
of Chancellor Adenauer's politi- countries, a North African
Moslem scholar to discuss the
cal decision.
Dr. Goldmann disclosed that status of minorities under
The world Zionist leader
the pace of compensation pay- Islam.
Martin Buber would
ments was such that it might participate
if his health per-
take another ten years to corn- mitted.
plete them while the payments
Moshe Sharett, former Prime
law stipulated that all payments
were due within the coming Minister, and Dr. Salo W. Baron
four years. He said he hoped of Columbia University of New
the June 18 conference would York will speak on the subject
of the relationship between Is-
remedy the lag.
The world Zionist leader rael and the Diaspora. He added
also disclosed that a meet- that reorganization of the World
ing was scheduled in Jeru- Jewish Congress would also be
salem with Philip M. Klutz- an important convention topic.
nick, president of Bnai Brith, This will include a discussion
and other Jewish leaders for of plans to transfer a major
discussion of a proposal to part of the World Jewish Con-
call a world conference on gress headquarters from New
Jewish education in the York City to Geneva.
Dr. Goldmann reported that
There is a possibility, he the "Presidents' Committee" un-
stated, that within a few der Klutznik's chairmanship,
months one of the largest had been invited to become the
American Jewish organiza- official advisory committee of
tions will join the organized the Jewish Agency.
* * *
Zionist movement.
Question . .
He said if the organization,
the name of which he withheld,
did join, it would represent the Not on BB Agenda
TEL AVIV—There is no ques-
most important development on
tion of Bnai Brith joining or
the American Jewish scene.
Reviewing the program of the affiliating with the World Zion-
World Jewish Congress conven- ist Organization, Philip M.
tion, opening Aug. 2 in Stock- Klutznick, president, said
holm with an expected attend- Wednesday at a press confer-
ance of 300 delegates from 40 ence.
He said that the quest for
countries, he said delegates
were expected from Hungary Jewish unity, the quest for cre-
and Poland, and—he hoped— ativity and the quest for human
from Romania, Czechoslovakia rights would be the three prin-
and the Soviet Union. He re- cipal themes of the triennial
ported that delegates had been convention of Bnai Brith which
invited from ten Soviet Jewish will open in Jerusalem Monday.
More than 1,200 delegates
He said four world-famous from many parts of the world
Jewish scientists had been in- will attend the convention. Bnai
vited to lecture at the sym- Brith members can be seen in
posium on atoms for peace or most hotels or touring Israel.
destruction at the Stockholm
convention. He reported that Allow Kosher Markets
Dr. Isidor Rabi of the United
States and Dr. Amos de Shalit to Remain Open Sunday
of Israel had accepted. He said
A Massachusetts law requir-
participation of Dr. Niels Bohr, ing kosher markets to keep
whom he called the greatest their doors closed on Sundays
living atomic scientist, depend- was voided in Boston this week
ed on his health and the par- when two Federal judges ruled
ticipation of a "great Soviet that the law was "discrimina-
Jewish scientist," whom he did tory and unconstitutional."


of Detroit

and the


Proudly Announces the


of Their

new building

Sunday, May 24th, 2:30P.M.

• Gov. Williams, Mayor Miriani
• Other dignitaries and community leaders


Irving- Edison

President, World Federation,

YMHA's and Jewish Community Centers

Musical Program:

Center Choral Society
Central Woodward Christian Church Choir
Center Symphony Orchestra


Aaron DeRoy Theatre

All-Purpose Auditorium


18100 Meyers Road, Detroit 13

Diamond 1-4200

6961 `Vg . AulAI `SuPILIA

Charles E. Feinberg will be
the recipient of the annual
Patriotic Award of the Detroit
Historical Society Guild, at 8
p.m., Monday, in the Detroit
Historical Museum.
A bronze medallion and
Testimonial Resolution will be
presented to Feinberg by Mrs.
Thomas W. Gowanlock, Guild
The medallion was designed
especially for the Guild by De-
troiter Frank Weiser and is a
disc the size of a silver dollar,
with pictures of the Museum
surrounded by the French,
British and American flags that
have flown over Detroit. The
medal's inscription is — "In
recognition of patriotism."
The 37th annual meeting of
the Detroit HistOrical Society


Charles E. Feinberg to Receive
Annual Patriotic Award Monday

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