Auschwitz Survivors Hold Memorial Reunion;
Honor UJA, American People; Start Scholarship
A scroll honoring the
United Jewish Appeal for its
rescue, resettlement and re-
habilitation work on behalf
of survivors of the Nazi ter-
ror is presented by Norbert
Wollheim (left) to Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, UJA
executive vici-chairman, at
the Auschwitz Memorial Din-
ner in New York.
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WASHINGTON, (JTA) , tee and co-author of the con-
President Eisenhower called for troversial McCarran-Walter Im-
a sweeping liberalization of im- migration Act.
migration laws that could end
racial and national quotas and
provide special admission for
victims of religious persecution.
Eisenhower requested legisla-
tion that would bring 308,000
immigrants into the country an-
nually instead of the present
quota of half that number. The
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NEW YORK—More than 750 for President Eisenhower, Sen.
survivors of the infamous Nazi Javits issued a strong plea for
concentration camp of Ausch- the enactment of suitable civil
witz, where an estimated rights legislation by Congress
3,000,000 persons—most of them and support of the President's
Jews—were put to death by recent call for more liberal
Hitler's forces, met here in their immigration laws.
Sen. Javits and Dr. Goldmann
first reunion since liberation
by Allied armed forces 15 years received, as mementos, genuine
ago. The reunion took the form examples of the famous "Yel-
of a memorial dinner at the low Stars" bearing the word
Concourse Plaza Hotel in the "Jude" (Jew), which Jews
under Hitler had to wear.. The
they received were mount-
The one-time slave-laborers
on black backgrounds.
of Auschwitz paid tribute to the ed Other
were the Hon.
United States Government and Michael speakers
Consul of Isra-
to the United Jewish Appeal, el in New Pragai,
York; Joseph Rosen-
nationwide humanitarian organ- saft, postwar
ization, which helped to bring
e r ; Ernest W.
them here following World War Michel, who served
II by presenting scrolls to the of the dinner committee
UJA and the American people.
Haskell Tydor, a co-chairman
They were addressed by U.S. of the scholarship fund. Among
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, who re- the guests was Rene Laport,
presented President Eisenhow- French Minister Plenipotentiary
er; Dr. N a hum Goldmann, to the United States.
chairman of the Jewish Agency;
A special memorial service
and Rabbi Herbert A. Fried- for those who died in Ausch-
man, executive vice-chairman of witz was conducted by Rabbi
Herschel Schacter, s p i r it u al
In the scroll to the UJA, leader of the Mosholu Jewish
the survivors outlined the crea- Center, who was the first Jew-
tion of the Auschwitz-Buna ish chaplain to enter the death-
Memorial Scholarship Fund, to camps after their liberation. The
be made up_ of contributions musical portion of the service
by the survivors out of monies was led by Cantor Aran Beid-
which they will receive from an ner, of Beth Jacob Congrega-
$8,000,000 settlement secured tion, Norwich, Conn., an Ausch-
from I. G. Farben, German firm witz survivor.
which operated a slave labor
artificial rubber plant at Ausch-
witz during World War H.
In accepting the scroll pre-
sented to the American people
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JERUSALEM — Evangelist
Billy Graham on Tuesday closed I
his brief visit to Israel with
the disclosure that he plans to
return with his wife in October
to shoot color film of Israel's
The Evangelist, who said the
next visit will last a month,
was received Monday :by. Rabbi
Jacob M. Toledano;
Minister of Religious 'Affair's,
and Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign
Minister, who tendered .him a
luncheon. President and Mrs.
Ben-Zvi received Graham in
Over the weekend, the Ameri- I
can Evangelist met with no suc- I
cess in two separate gatherings,
one in Haifa and another in
Dr. Graham had an overflow I
audience, almost entirely Jew-
ish, when he delivered a sermon I
Sunday night at the Jerusalem I
YMCA. The audience, includ- I
ing many young men wearing I
yarmelkas, gave him a polite
but cool reception.
One of Graham's aides later I
described the audience as "un- I
responsive." The evangelist had
a similar experience earlier in I
his tour when he addressed a I
predominantly Catholic audi-
ence at Nazareth.
A Saturday night crowd of
over 1,000 people, most of them I
Jews apparently motivated by I
curiosity, heard Graham speak
in Haifa, when his sermon was
delivered in English and trans-
lated simultaneously into He-
After his remarks, Graham I
asked those who "want to listen
to the words of Jesus" to re- I
main. Only a score of listeners I
stayed longer, and most of those I
left the hall after a short time.
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here. He was addressing an au-
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schools and 145,000 children.
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