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June 12, 1959 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-12

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Ogden R. Reid of New York is shown with his family
after he was sworn in as the United States Ambassador to
Israel in a special ceremony at the State Department in Wash-
ington. Reid is shown holding his wife's hand. At left is the
envoy's mother, Mrs. Ogden M. Reid, and two of his sons,
Stewart, 9, and Michael, 6. A third son, William, is not shown
in this Reid family picture. The new Ambassador was con-
firmed earlier by the Senate, with Sen. Fulbright continuing
his opposition, but seven other Senators speaking in his favor.
Mr. Reid will leave around' July 1 to take up his new duties.
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Center to Have
3 Day Camps

Camp and program directors
for the Jewish Center's sum-
mer clay camp have been an-
nounced by Harry L. Jones,
chairman of the Center camp
committee.
Day camp sites will be at
the main building, 18100 Mey-
ers, the Davison branch, 4059
W. Davison, and the branch
at 15110 W. Ten Mile Road,
Oak Park.
Directors will be Meyer
Schreiber, Frank Loewenberg
and Sigmund Hellman. Pro-
gram directors will be Morris
Richman, Armand Lauffer and
Sol Greenfield. Carl Hartman
is day camp coordinator.

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Senate Confirms
Reid as New U.S.
Envoy to Israel

S. L. A. Marshall Neo-Nazi Organizations Claim
to Get Award at 70,000 Youth, Student Journal Says
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
copies. These papers allegedly
BB Installation
To The Jewish News

Newly-elected officers of the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council, which comprises 27
lodges in the area, will be in-
stalled at a
dinner - dance
planned f o r
Wednesday„
evening, at
T e m p l
E anu-E 1,
14450 W. 10
Mile, 0a k
Park.
The occa-
sion also will
mark the pres-
entation of the
Bnai Brith Cit-
izenship Award.
f or disti
guished serv- Gen. Marshall
ice to Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Marsh-
all, military analyst and edi-
torial writer for The Detroit
News.
Officers to be inducted are
Harry Weinberger, president;
Milo Rappaport. Morris Diren-
feld, Jack. Leeds and Maurice
Zieger, vice-presidents; Harvey
Weisberg and Sol Moss, secre-
taries; and Kurt Ellenbogen,
treasurer.
Trustees are Harry Pearson,
Rudolph Meyersohn, Samuel G.
Bank, Sol Superfon, Julius Ber-
kowitz, Robert Rudman, Morris
Blechman, Avram Charlip, Ir-
win Bert Meisel and Norman
Gitler:
The festivities will begin
with a cocktail hour at 6:15
p.m., followed by dinner and
the previously-mentioned cere-
monies, entertainment and danc-
ing to the music of the Key-
notes.
Jack Caminker will preside as
master of ceremonies, with
Harry Yudkoff discharging the
retiring officers and Melvin C.
Weicz installing incoming of-
ficers.
Maurice Zeiger is chairmen of
the arrangements committee,
and is assisted by Sol Moss,
tickets; and Rudolph Meyer-
sohn, publicity.

WASHINGTON. (JTA)—The
Senate confirmed President
Eisenhower's nomination of
Ogden R. Reid, former presi-
dent of the New York Herald
Tribune, as Abassador to Israel.
The voice vote followed about
an hour of discussion with two
Senators speaking in opposition.
They were William Fulbright
Arkansas Democrat who is
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, and John
C. Stennis, Mississippi Demo-
crat. Seven Senators spoke in
f a v o r of the 33 - year - old
nominee.
Sen. Kenneth Keating, New
York, Republican, said that the
nomination had been "ex-
tremely well received in Israel,"
and predicted that Israel would Kvutzah Offers
"welcome a young man with
new and fresh ideas." He noted OriginalPrograni
that both Reid and his wife
Readings of original Hebrew
have been studying Hebrew in
preparation for the assignment. works, an annual feature of the
closing meeting of Kvutzah Iv-
rith,
will be heard this Saturday
Epstein Heads Group
h eN,c; enl
e ngin
of Ar.
the .

to LA Convention

Eugene Epstein will head the
Detroit delegation to the City
of Hope convention in Los
Angeles July
7 and 8, an-
nounces B e n
G o 1 dberg,
president of
the Detroit
Business
Men's chapter.
E p stein,
past president
of the chap-
ter, and Gold-
berg, a mem-
ber of t h e
National
Board of Di-
rectors of the
Epstein
City of Hope,
will be accompanied by Jack
Beckwith, Harry Br o d s k y,
Charles Canvasser, Max Spoon,
William B end e r of f, Irving
Green, Harry Sosnick, Mrs.
Bella Kozlow and Ben Gould.
Alternates selected are Harry
Goldberg, Bob Hall, Joseph Lee
and N. P. Rossen.
Delegaates, who will stay at
the Ambassador Hotel, will be
oriented to the medical, re-
search and hospital facilities
supported by the annual fund
raising drives.

BONN—At least 70,000 Ger-
man youths are members of
tightly organized neo-Nazi
groups, according to an article
in the latest issue of Civis, offi-
cial organ of the Circle of
Christian Democratic Students.
The article charges that
former Nazi "bigwigs" like
Raoul Rudolph Nahrath "are
poisoning German youths with
anti-democratic, anti- Semitic
ideology."
It declares further that a
"conglomeration of Ludendorff
myths and Teutonic Aryan heri-
tage" is being disseminated
among children by organiza-
tions like the - Viking Youth and
other groups.
An "umbrella organization,"
the National Organization of
Youth Comrades, reportedly
joins the youth groups and is
in turn closely connected with
the neo-Nazi Deutsche Reichs-
partei, the German bloc, and
other neo-Nazi and militarist
organizations.
Many of the papers published
by the youth groups, states
Civis, appear at regular inter-
vals and boast of circulations
of between 30,000 and 40,000

Israeli Wins Prize
for Best Yiddish Book
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
The Matias Stoliar Prize, in-
stituted five years ago for the
best Yiddish books of the year,
was awarded to a young Israel
writer, Iosl Birstein, a mem-
ber of Gvat Kibbutz, for his
book "Schmole Trotuarn."

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senting orig-
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will be Morris
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Naphtali Wies-
ner, Aaron To-
Sigal back and Ber-
nard Isaacs. Meyer Mathis is
chairman of the evening.
An additional feature of the
meeting will be a tribute to
Samuel Sigal, for many years
one of Kvutzah's most active
members and chairman of the
publicity committee.
Sigal, who is retiring as prin-
cipal of the United Jewish High
School (Mittelshul), and Mrs.
Sigal will leave shortly for Los
Angeles, Calif., where he will
assume a leading position with
the Arbeiter Ring schools.

Boston Raises $5,723,000
BOSTON (JTA) — The Com-
bined Jewish Appeal of Greater
Boston concluded its 1959 cam-
paign with a dinner at which
general chairman Joseph M.
Linsey announced gifts and
The University of Michigan pledges totalling $5,723,124. The
established the nation's first figure represents a $420,000 in-
Department of Pharmacology in crease over last year's cam-
1891.
paign.

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and the achievements of
Nazism."
One youth, paper attacked
American jazz as negrophile.
Another has designated Zionism
as "racist Fascism. A third
abjured German girls not to
wear jeans which, it said, were
"the invention of Jewish world
capitalism."

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New U.S. Ambassador to Israel

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