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June 10, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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Agency Seeking Danny Raskin's Honor Blaustein, 110 Seminary Graduates
ADL Warns of
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Jacob ceived degrees in the Semin-
Blaustein, American Jewish ary's five academic depart-
Resort to Bigotry Long Term Loans
leader, received an honorary ments. Jacob Sincoff, a member
LISTENING
(Direc• JTA Teletype Wire
of the Seminary's board of over-
in 1960 Election
to The Jewish News)
Doctor of Laws degree from the seers, was awarded the Solomon

The Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith urged the nation
to undertake "frank discussion
of the injection of bigotry" into
the 1960 election campaign.
Making public a study of anti-
Catholic extremist utterances in
the Presidential primaries, the
League noted that there has
been a "distressing amount of
bigoted expresion about a Cath-
olic in the White House."
The report, presented by
Henry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the League, to the
organization's national execu-
tive committee, was made un-
der the supervision of Arnold
Forster, general counsel and
League civil rights director. It
asserted that "while the discus-
sion so far has turned on the
qualifications of a Catholic for
President," it should instead be
centered on "why religion is an
issue at all in face of the Con-
stitutional stricture barring re-
ligion as a test for office."

Name Jews to City
Posts in Peaceful
Morocco Balloting

PARIS, (JTA) — Jews and
Moslems cooperated actively in
recent municipal elections in
Casablanca, Morocco, according
to complete tabulations of the
voting, reported here.
In one constituency, two Jew-
ish leaders competed for a_ seat
on the Casablanca City Council,
each backed by political group-
ings which included both Jews
and Moslems. In that race;
Mayer Toledano, an attorney;
defeated Meyer Obadia, 'presi-
dent of the Jewish Cc:immunity..
Toledano is a member of the
National Union of Popular
Forces. Obaclia belongs to the
conservative Istiqlal. (Independ-
ence) Party.
Two districts containing over-
whelmingly large populations
of Jews elected Moslem candi-
dates backed by the National .
Union. In two other districts,
the winning National Union can-
didates were Jews, while the
population in those areas is
about equally divided between
Jews and Moslems.

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THE A111 . 1

JERUSALEM — Budgets of
the Jewish Agency during the
past three years have been ful-
filled from 90 to 100 percent
despite enormous difficulties,
Dov Joseph, Jewish Agency
treasurer reported Tuesday at
the plenum of the Agency Ex-
ecutive.
He stressed the urgent need
to consolidate the Agency's
short term indebtedness into
long term loans to establish a
sounder financial position for
the agency's program.
Speaking with pride of the
Agency's achievements in turn-
ing many thousands of new im-
migrants into agricultural work-
ers, he said many grave prob-
lems remained to be solved,
particularly in the field of hous-
ing. He said millions of pounds
were needed to renovate and ex-
pand existing housing in agri-
cultural settlements, as well as
in other immigrant housing.
Joseph said that the Agency
was negotiating with Israel Fi-
nance Ministry on means of
solving the most urgent of these
problems.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann report-
ed on the recent joint session
with members of the Israel
Cabinet on cooperation be-
tween the government and the
Agency. He expressed satisfac-
tion with the joint communique
emerging from the meeting
which affirmed the govern-
ment's support for expansion
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
He reported also on a meet-
ing of the Cabinet-Agency sub-
committee named to formulate
practical steps to strengthen the
Zionist movement abroad and to
strengthen cooperation between
the movement and the Israel
government. He added that pro-
posals of the subcommittee
would be submitted to Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion for final
approval at the. earliest possible
time. "

Pay Tribute to Dr. Glueck

BROTHERS THREE, Herman,
Mickey and Manny Fishman,
went to a reunion recently of
a camp they had attended 30
years ago . . . It was held at
the Barbazon-Plaza, New York,
with 260 people, all ex-campers,
on hand to revive memoirs of
"the good ol' days". . . The
camp, called Quabbin, then one
of the leading camps of its time,
has been under water since 1931
when the State of Massachusetts
turned it into a reservoir to
store water . . . It is now called
the Quabbin Reservoir , . . The
260 at the reunion had attended
old Camp Quabbin together, so
it was quite a get-together for
them . . . and for head man,
Abe Wiener, now, a 70-year-old
retired high school principal
who cried when he saw all his
former campers . . . Of the
thousands who attended Quab-
bin throughout the many years,
only Herman and Mickey . be
came camp owners. . . Their
Camp Michigama, like Quabbin,
has also become a leading camp
. . . Among the all-adult coun
selors at Michigama are well-
known personalities like Carl
Bayer, former basketball great
at Wayne and now an assistant
principal in Detroit, Elmer
Swanson, assistant head track
coach at University of Michigan,
and Harold Kutnick, another
Wayne basketball great . . .
Shirley Stroh, head counselor
at the girls' camp, has been a
teacher for 15 years in Detroit.
* * *
BURSTING WITH pride are
Honey and Maury Zeiger, since
daughter Carol Jo was elected
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Girls Coun-
cil . . . Only a couple of weeks
ago, Carol Jo was voted Miss
A.Z.A. for 1960 . . . Maury, who
himself is now the third vice
.president of the Bnai • Brith
Men's Council, wants to know,
"How do you ask a president
to take out the garbage!"
* * *
SAMMY WOOLF got quite a
surprise when he received a
phone call from Bill and Lii
Horowitz, for whose son his
orchestra was soon to play at
his Bar Mitzvah . . . They had
returned from Florida, bringing
regards for him from an old
friend and business associate
with whom Sammy had been
in the night club business 25
years ago in New York . . . The
fellow, Harry Mann, is now a
Miami Beach hotel owner and
extended an invite for Sammy
and wife Ann to spend .a Florida
vacation "on the house." . . .
It came at a mighty opportune
time, since the couple were
celebrating their 25th wedding
anniversary.
* * *
ALTHOUGH NO LONGER
connected with the juvenile
court, Judge Nate Kaufman, re-
cently appointed to the Circuit
Court bench, continues his
humanitarian interest in youth
betterment by playing host at
a banquet, June 24, at Hotel
Statler, for juvenile judges
from all over the country and
Hawaii.

NEW YORK, (JTA) — More
than 200 scholars and clergy-
men from throughout the
United States, paid tribute to
Dr. Nelson Glueck, biblical
archeologist and president of
the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, in
honor of his sixtieth birthday,
at a dinner, June 5.

PARIS, (JTA) — A proposal
that a special study be under-
taken on discrimination against
minority groups was made by
Jewish organizations attending
the current meeting of the Un-
ited Nations Educational, Scien-
tfic and Cultural Organization.

An estimated 1,000 Ameri-
can Jews will settle in Israel
this year, compared with 650
immigrants last year, the
plenary meeting Of the Jew-

ish Agency executive was
told Tuesday night.
S. Z. Shragai, head of the
Jewish Agency immigration de-
partment, also reported that, in
the first three months of this
year, 200 American Jews settled
in Israel,- compared with 130 in
the same period - in 1959. The
meeting also was told that 18
per cent of all American Jewish
youth who visit Israel for study
courses or seminars ultimately
return for permanent settle-
ment.
Shragai also reported on the
work of the joint Jewish
Agency-Israel government com-
mittee headed by Giora Josep-
thal, Israel Minister of Labor,
which deals with immigration
from the United States and Can-
ada. This committee hopes to
bring hundreds' urgently
needed American and Canadian
professionals V to Israel. Nearly
5,000 such professionals are reg-
istered with the Jewish Agency
in New York as interested in
the possibility of continuing
their careers in Israel, - the
plenum was told.
It also was disclosed that a
detailed plan to centralize in
one office all matters of immi-
gration and absorption of new-
comers from Western countries
will be prepared by the Jewish
Agency Executive subcommit-
tee named Tuesday night.

Propose Study on Bias

Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at its 66th annual
commencement exercises.
Also honored at the com-
mencement was Dr. Arthur
Darby Nock, professor of his-
tory of religions at Harvard
University, who received a Doc-
tor of Letters degree in recog-
nition of this contribution to-
ward contemporary religious
understanding.
A total of 110 graduates re-

Schechter medal for his "ex-
traordinary contribution to Ju-
daism in the United States and
Canada."

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