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April 08, 1960 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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ST. LOUIS, Mo.—Dr. Abram and usefully be employed in
L. Sachar, president, Brandeis istrengthening both."
University, took exception at
Solomon Litt, re-elected JWB
the biennial convention of the president, presented his first
National Jewish Welfare Board I presidential report. Charles
to the dogma that "only in IS- Aaron, Chicago attorney, de-
rael is a genuine, normal, sub- livered a eulogy to Lloyd W.
stantive Jewish life possible. Dinkelspiel, the man he had
"Such sentiments," the speak- j preceded as president of JWB
er said, "are not really a core ; and who had been his friend for
feeling on the part of the nearly 20 years.
knowledgeable Israelis. I have a
Isidore Sobeloff and Samuel
suspicion that the statements H. Rubiner, both of Detroit,
are really diplomatic gambits, were -elected to the board of
elicited by the desperate need directors.
for American immigration, the
Jewish Community Centers
desire to entice precious skills and YM-YWHAs affiliated with
and talents to become part of JWB will be expected to pro-
Israel. Those who prophesy so
vide, begi n-
glibly know full well that, if
ning in 1961,
America should ever be en-
a direct share
gulfed by the totalitarian terror,
of
the mini-
if Jewish life -should be wiped
m u m annual
out here, then the democratic
budgetary re-
way of life could not survive
quirements of
anywhere. An eclipse for Amer-
JWB accord-
ican Jews would become a tragic
ing to a new
apocalypse for vulnerable little
community
Israel as well."
quota plan
Dr. Sachur rebutted state-
adopted by
ments which reflect "anxiety
delegates t o
among some Jewish leaders
JWB's 1960
that prosperity and ready ac-
national c o n-
ceptance into the fabric of
vention here
American life may bring the
last week.
loosening of the ties of Jew-
The dele-
ish loyalty."
gates gave
o v erwhelming
Reading such statements,
Litt
approval to a
the noted author and lecturer
said, "gives one the feeling proposal submitted by Alan J.
that a touch of persecution Altheimer, Chicago, chairman
might be necessary to ensure of a committee that formulated
the continuity of Jewish life!" the plan over a three-year
The Brandeis University presi- period. The plan establishes a
dent said: "It is clear that the new formula f6r maintaining
miracle of a resurgent Israel the present level of JWB serv-
has righted an imbalance, for ices to Centers and Jews in
there is need for a strong Jew- the Armed Forces on a non-
ish life in Israel, even as there deficit basis beginning in 1961,
is need for strong Jewish com- and seeks to balance JWB bud-
munities in every part of the gets for 1961 and 1962 based on
democratic world. But instead of a continuation of the agency's
arguing which is better, our en- 1959 and 1960 program.
Irving Kane of Cleveland,
ergies can more resourcefully
president of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
r, PNMW WIS:Y* VOE?:
5, " Funds, raised the possibility of
new forms of financing volun-
ft34.4,°-
tary organizations to parallel
existing methods.
Discussing overseas, local and
national needs, Kane said:
"We shall have to ask ourselves
whether it is enough to rely on
our annual fund-raising cam-
paigns, or whether we do not
have an obligation to seek out
endowment funds and special
funds so that we do not live
from annual emergency to an-
nual emergency but can engage
in long-term planning. The total
financial burden for needed
services will not diminish in
%
%tt
the decade -ahead."
Dewey Short, Assistant Secre-
.
tary of the Army, warned the
delegates not to let down their
t
"guard for freedom."
id
We'd no idea that j
The highest ranking Jewish
5:11 shoe-bending was so t;
*-1 popular, though we can II chaplain in the U.S. Navy, Com-
1 see how it could be --t -: mander Elihu H. Rickel of the
vs I especially with Allen- s,0 Great Lakes (Ill.) Naval Train-
.t Edmonds, for patented I 4- ing Station, described as "alarm-
i nailess construction
ing" the degree to which the
• :' I creates a notably i
morale of today's young people
• bendsome shoe. It's I
has dropped. He said:
stitched from heel
it to toe for all- t
"The young people of
1 'round flexibility,
America need the intelligent
' while pliant i
attention and devotion of
I leathers (cut !
their elders and of civilian
I with the grain
agencies such as the National
to prevent t
jewish Welfare Board. The
I pinching or
Army, Navy, Air Force and
t burning) add
theirlissoraebit.
Coast Guard officials repeat-
This flexibility,
edly point up the paramount
t incidentally,
partnership which must be
means match-
maintained between the men
less foot coin- 1
in uniform and the civilian
fort—actual-
agencies. Carry the word back
lyguaranteed
I in writing!
home and let us face the chal-
lenge symptomized by the
' I
$7Q 95 •
alarming condition of young
people, of this day."

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Phillip Layne

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STOP IN SOON AND TREAT,
YOUR FEET TQ ALLEN•EDMONDS'

French Jews Intercede with
Khrushchev on USSR Jewry

PARIS (JTA)—A number of
Jewish publications in Paris
printed open letters addressed
to the Soviet Premier, who is
visiting France, asking him to
take action about the situation
of the Jews in the Soviet Union.

9 - THE DETROIT JEWISHN EWS -- Friday, April 8, 1960

Future Assured
Strengthen Both Israel and U. S.
Jewry, Sachar Urges at JWB Parley for Agadir Orphan

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A temporary nursery to
care for the immediate needs
of Agadir's many orphaned
infants and children has
been established by the Joint
Distribution Committee. Fol-
lowing the shattering earth-
quake, JDC, a major recipient
of the United Jewish Appeal,
rushed to the rescue of the
800 Jewish survivors of a com-
munity which previously num-
bered 2,300. Non-Jewish vic-
tims also received JDC aid
and treatment.

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German Youth 'Atone',
Seek Work in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — More
than 100 organized groups of
West German youth, including
young teacher groups, have of-
fered to come to Israel to work
for varying periods in kib-
butzim, on road building crews
or on other development proj-
ects in the Negev as a kind of
"personal atonement" for Nazi
crimes.

Four such groups have al-
ready been admitted to Israel
without publicity and have
worked in several kibbutzim.
West Germans also are becom-
ing one of the largest groups
among the tourists who visit
Israel each year. During the
last quarter of 1959, some 1,000
Germans received Israeli entry
visas and the number is likely
to be even larger during the
first three months of this year.
Arrivals from Nest Germany
include a considerable number
of technical experts who have
come to Israel in connection
with the installation of equip-
ment purchased with repara-
tions funds.

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