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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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Jewish Populaiion in California
Resort City Reported _Terrorized ,.

LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—The itself the International Free-
KTLA television station here dom Fighters, was responsible.
has aired an hour-long docu- Originally, Elsinore's tourist
mentary program asserting that trade was based on a —large
a nearby resort city, Elsinore, lake. When the lake dried up,
was on the verge of violence there was a large influx of ekl-
against its Jewish citizens. Of- erly Jews who were attracted
ficials of the station said that to by the area's mineral waters:
get the report, Pat Michaels The mineral waters were cut
and other members of the sta- off on contention- that it had a
tion's news staff were sworn in high fluoride content, but El-
as members of Elsinore's police sinore residents expressed the
force "for their own safety." belief in statements' on the
A KTLA special news release,. KTLA program that this was a
announcing the "City of Hate" device to drive Jewish busi-
program, declared that the nessmen out of the area.
Michaels - contended on the
news staff had "uncovered a
situation which parallels the program that a measure ap-
nightmare of Nazi Germany proved at the last session of
with frightening fidelity." It the California legislature to re-
stressed that "the terrorism is fill Lake Elsinore was the di-
part of a calculated campaign rect cause of the current cam-
designed to drive out the large paign of intimidation. He said
Jewish population which has that the goal was to scare Jew-
gathered in the resort city." ish residents out and regain
The documentary was shown property sold to them during
the area's depressed period.
twice.
- The program showed, that The program showed pla-
damage had been done to syna- cards, openly displayed in El-
gogues and centers in Elsinore, sinore store windows, declar-
which is 72 miles southeast of ing that all Jews were Corn-
Los Angeles. • The news staff in munists. Films were shown of
terviewed officials and resi- a shattered stained= glass win-
dents of Elsinore to determine dow of a vandalized synagogue.
their reactions to widening Interviews were presented with
signs of anti-Semitism. These Jewish residents, who testified
included _threatening letters, a campaign was on of system-
paint bombings, and stonings. attic villification and threats in
The program charged that a a concerted effort to force them
concealed organization, calling to leave the city.

i.

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

11:6's Tollecthle Respthisibi 14' Bill' Piassect by KuesSet
'JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Prime in fighting trim as he fought

Minister David Ben-Gurion's
bill imposing "collective respon-
sibility" upon the Cabinet mem-
bers representing all five of the
parties in his new government
coalition passed in the Knesset
first reading, 55 to 20.
The bill, which Ben-Gurion
wants in order to tighten dis- .
cipline • in the Cabinet, forbids
Ministers to vote against any
measure introduced by the gov
ernment in the Knesset. The
bill also enjoins members of
the Minister's party from op-
posing such a draft measnre,
once it has been approved by
a Cabinet majority.
The Prime Minister, who had
been ill with a severe cold, was

ANOTHER MILESTONE
greets the installation and din-
ner-dance of Detroit Lodge 55,
Knights of Pythias, Jan. 16, -at
Holiday Manor . . . Joe Shul-
man will be installed as chan-
cellor commander in the 75th
year of this fraternal order that
has shifted from meeting place
to meeting place until it is
now firmly encamned in its
own building on Wyoming . . .
After the lodge got the neces-
sary 25 members to receive its
charter 75 years ago, it began
meeting on Duffield and Wood-
ward . . . Then came High St.,
Cass Ave., John R., Woodrow
Wilson, Dexter and finally in
1950, it's beautiful Castle Hall
on Wyoming, where the 400
fellows continue to exemplify
the workings of friendship,
charity and benevolence . . .
P. C. Mannie Mackie is chair-
man of this year's installation
dinner-dance.
* * *
JERRY HARRISON, local
jazz pianist with a wonderful
keyboard touch, is making a
movements. For a time there lot of predictions come true as
loomed the biological ' menace he rapidly climbs the golden
of extinction through a decline ladder of success in show busi-
in population, owing to a de- ness . . . He followed the famed
creasing birth rate such as we George Shearing Sextet at
witnessed in the 1930's," Dr. Baker's after returning to De-
Baron declared.
troit from a three-month nitery
"This danger, too, has passed tour of Broadway and other
and . the Jews are sharing in points east .. . Aside from his
what has come to be called'the tender tickling of the ivories
`population explosion' of our while doing the favorites, Jerry
times. The only question really also is a progressive jazz pianist
is, how the surviving Jews will with a unique style of his own
shape their religious and cul- in which he combines 18th Cen-
ture so that it should be as tury with modern jazz ideas .. .
meaningful to the future. gen- He is being widely recognized
erations as the older forms of and associated by his own ar-
the Jewish faith have been to rangements of modern jazz.
* * *

their ancestors," Dr. Baron said.
BEN DENNER was visiting
Rabbi Judah Nadich denied
that there need be any conflict his little niece, Betty Roqin,
between religious and social who had been ill . . . "Well,
welfare leaders. "The time has my dear," he said. "and how
perhaps come now," he said. did you find yourself this morn-
"to stop whipping a dead horse, ing?" . . . Little Betty, five-
to call a halt to mutual recrimi- year-old daughter of Sam and
nation— that the American Sylvia Rogin, opened her big,
rabbi and synagogue are eager innocent blue eyes and replied,
to gain monopoly over Jewish -"Oh, Uncle Ben. I just onened
my eyes—and there I was!"
life in all its aspects, and that
FIVE JEWISH BOYS from
the Jewish community center Detroit are taking their basic
generated speedy assimilation training at Fort Leonard Wood,
with its workers antagonistic to Missouri . . . Harold Peritz,
Jewish survival."
Mickey Newman, - Bernard
Dr. Morton Teicher, dean of Golds,' Jerry Altman and Mark
the Yeshiva University School Klinger are doing their parents
of Social Work, the first proud at one of the rugged basic
university - based social work camps in the country . . The
program under Jewish auspices, Jewish chaplain is Harvey
discussed the importance of Spring, a young rabbinical grad-
special training for Jewish com- uate from New York who is
munal service and of collabora- little short of an idol to the
tion between rabbis and profes- boys . . . Pvt. Peritz is at the
sionals in this field.
provost marshall's office, so
Dr. Louis Linn, attending he'll see that the local boys
qet your letters if you want
psychiatrist at Mt. Sinai
al called the religious leader to write . . . His address is U.S.
"an indispensable member of 55664727, Co. B, 5th Bn., 2nd
the treatment team" in 'cases TRB, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
* * •
of mental illness. "The psychia-
SENIOR CITIZENS wishing
trist, the psychologist, the social
caseworker, and members of to attend a concert by violin-
allied disciplines need his help, ist Dave Rubinoff at the Jewish
just as he needs theirs to round Home for Aged next Saturday
out his own contributions to the evening can make special ar-
community," he said. "Further, rangements for transportation
it has become apparent that the . . . Beth Aaron Synagogue,
religious leader participated in which is sponsoring a com-
the total treatment program in munity concert with Rubinoff
a specific way."
the following night, at the syn-
agogue, is also making arrange-
Small scale. tests being con- ments for the special concert
dUcted at the National Institute for residents at the Home . . .
of Health and a - nearby chil- I and all senior citizens in the
dren's clinic which suggest that community are invited ... For a
a single massive dose of Salk, ride to the concert call the syna-..
Vaccine speeds polio immunity. igogue, UN 1-0773.

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`Jews Past Danger of Extinction::
Dr. Baron Assures NY. Conference

NEW YORK, (JTA) — "Jews
are sharing in the 'population
explosion' of our times, and are
safely past the dangers of possi-
ble extinction which existed in
the last 20 years," Dr. Salo W.
Baron, a leading Jewish his-
torian, told an audience of 400
rabbis and social workers.
Dr. Baron, director of the
Center of Israeli studies at
Columbia University, delivered
the kaynote address at a confer-
ence of rabbis and social work-
ers called to promote "greater
understanding and more fruitful
cooperation between the rabbi-
nate and the Jewish social
worker." The conference was
held under the auspices )of the
Commission on Synagogue Re-
lations of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New
York.
"Twenty years ago there ex-
isted real problems of the possi-
ble annihilation of the Jewish
people by world anti - Semitic

critics of his measure on the
floor of the Knesset. Defendifig
his proposal, he also' took the
occasion to lash out against Is-
rael's many splinter parties, in-
sisting once more--as he has
often—that Israel needs a two-
party system, like those sys-
tems that have contributed to-
ward stable government in the
United States and. Britain.

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