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July 31, 1959 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-31

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On Good Will Tour to Holy Land

.Narrive' of State ;let/Ares Cooperation

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thing we can hag" in Detroit's
Since industry is constantly
efforts to build prosperity for on the look-out for places to lo-
its citizens, according to the cate plants and payrolls, a good
Michigan Economic Develop- name for Detroit is essential. It

NOW 4 OFFICES:

The directors of religious affairs of Protestant, Catholic
and Jewish students at Temple University, Philadelphia, go
over the final plans of their good will tour to Israel on the
boat deck of the SS Jerusalem of the Zim Israel America
Lines, in which they sailed from New York for Haifa, Israel.
Seated, left to right, are the Rev. Robert L. James, Jr., director
of Protestant activities; Fr. John J. McHale, director of the
Newman Club; and Rabbi Shalom Segal, director of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation. The three clergymen are meeting
with Christian, Moslem and Jewish religious leaders in Israel
to exchange views and further better understanding between

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Heuss Tells Prinz, German Jews
Feel 'Isolated' Due to 'Shyness'

BONN (JTA) — Dr. Theodor rael agricultural projects had
Heuss, retiring President of the made a "great impression" on
West German Republic, said him.
that the virulence of anti-
Semitism in West Germany has
been "overrated and sensation- Asks West Germany
alized here and abroad."
to Repay Romanian
Dr. Heuss expressed that Victims of Nazisin
opinion in an hour-long meeting
NEW -YORK (JTA)—Dr. Na-
with Dr. Joachim Prinz, presi- hum Goldmann, president of
dent of the American Jewish the Conference on Jewish Ma-
Congress. Dr. Heuss told Rabbi terial C 1 a i rn -s Against Ger-
Prinz that recurring incidents many, appealed to the West
in the Bonn republic were "only German authorities this week
superficial and isolated."
to accept responsibility for the
However, Dr. Heuss said he emergency needs of Nazi vic-
did not believe the West Ger- tims coming from Romania,
man public school programs, the conference disclosed.
In meetings with German
particularly in the field of con-
temporary German history, ministers in charge of the in-
were adequate enough to insure demnification program and of-
that West Germany would not ficials of the states of West
remain ignorant about the facts Germany, Dr. Goldmann drew
of the Hitler period and. the attention to documentary evi-
persecution of the Jews by the dence recently made available
Nazis.
to the German courts "bearing
He empasized that some West on the fact that Jewish perse-
German provinces had initiated cutions in Eastern Europe
projects to provide instruction were instigated by the Nazi
on contemporary history for the Government" and urged accep-
tance of responsibility to Nazi
upper school grades.
victims from Romania.
When Rabbi Prinz told Dr.
At the meeting, which fol-
Heuss that members of the Jew- lowed an earlier conference at
ish community in West Ger- which Chancellor Konrad Ade-
many felt themselves "isolated" nauer presided, the German
from general German life, the representatives were hopeful
President replied that was due that their states would be able
not so much to the hostility of to carry out the provisions of
the surrounding society b u t t h e Federal Indemnification
rather to a certain "shyness" on law by March 31, 1963, the
the part of both Germans and deadline date foreseen in the
Jews. He said the destruction statute, the Claims Conference
brought about by the Nazis was stated.
so great that "it is difficult for
Dr. Goldmann submitted
both to encounter each other
anew specific suggestions for
without shyness."
speeding up the pace of in-
Dr. Prinz also met with Hen- demnification.
rich Luecke, the. Minister of
Persistent approaches at an
Agriculture who will succeed executive level made by Jew-
Dr. Heuss in the Presidency. ish organizations over a period
The two men discussed the of years have helped smooth
problem of the resurgence of o u t German indemnification
anti-Semitism in West. Germany, legislation and its implementa-
as well as reparations and in- tion, Dr. Nehemiah Robinson,
demnification questions.
director of the World Jewish
Dr. Luecke expressed great Congress' Institute of Jewish
interest in Israel. He said Is- Affairs, said in a report for
submission to the WJC's plen-
ary assembly, which opens Sun-
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