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January 20, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 20, 1961 — 16

Election Deadlock Creates Zionist
Crisis; 'Dissolution' Issue Raised

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — The world
Zionist movement faces a serious
crisis as a result of the deadlock
at the closing session of the
World Zionist Congress. in Jeru-
salem, in - the early 'hours of
Wednesday morning, Jan. 11.
It was at 12:15 that morning
that Dr. Nahum Goldmann walked
out of the Congress Hall and
refused to `continue to participate
in the continuing debate on the
composition of the new Jewish
Agency Executive.
The Congress finally adjourned
at 4 a.m. that morning, after re-
electing Dr. Goldmann, in his ab-
sence, and retaining the old
executive body until the meeting
of the Zionist Actions Commit-
tee on• April 26.
Meanwhile, Moshe Shar et t,
former Israel Prime Minister and
Foreign Minister, was chosen to

Pick David Lebenbom
to Head Wayne Dems

David Lebenbom, 35-year-old
Detroit attorney, has been
named to succeed Mrs. Elsie
Gilmore as chairman of the
Wayne Count y Democratic
Committee.
He has been county vice
chairman since 1955. A World
War II veteran, Lebenbom is
a graduate of Wayne State iJni-
versity and Columbia Univer-
sity Law School.
His appointment to the non-
paying post was confirmed by
a majority of the Democratic
chairmen of the six Congres-
sional districts in Wayne
County. Lebenbom pledged full
support to the Democratic plat-
form and Gov. Swainson.

'preside over the Jerusalem sec-
tion of the executive committee
in Dr. Goldmann's absence.
The conflict was between the
groups headed by Mrs. Rose Hal-
prin and Dr. Emanuel Neumann.
The latter claimed that if Dr.
Israel Goldstein was to be given
a major role in the Jerusalem
executive that Dr. Neumann
should be head of the executive
in New York, since Mrs. Halprin
also is in Dr. Goldstein's section.
But the Halprin-Goldstein group
was adamant, thus deadlocking
and deferring selection of the
executive.
Dr. Goldstein does, however,
head a new committee for activi-
ties in Israel.
Supreme .Court Justice Simon
Agranat was named chairman of
a 21-member Zionist Congress
co- -t which includes Eleazar Lip-
sky, president of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency;
The Zionist Executive ap-
proved a Jewish Agency 1961-62
budget of 184,00C,000 Israeli
pounds ($103,000,000).
• • *
Jewish Congress Leader
Wants Zionism Dissolved
In an address at a meeti
of
the governing board o
the
American Jewish Congr , in
Philadelphia, Sunday,
. Joa-
chim Prinz, president
the AJ
Congress, urged the
solution
of the Zionist movem
and its
merger into a body d 'cated- to
the unity of the Jewi people.
The theme of his a
ess was
"Zionism is dead—lon live the
Jewish people!" Dr.
nz said
that_ Zionist ideas were ealized
with the formation of
State
of Israel and that what is
ded
now is "a new and dyn 'c
movement to preserve Jewi
peoplehood."

Kennedy Will Lead in Civil Rights,
Humphrey Tells ADL Conference

Senator Hubert H. Humphrey
of Minnesota predicted that
"strong, _prompt" executive ac-
tion by President Kennedy—not
Congressional legislation ---
would represent the first steps
ahead in 1961 leading to new
gains in civil rights.
Senator Humphrey, who is the
new Senate majority whip and
assistant majority leader, told
the 47th annual -meeting of the

`Women with Brains' Is
Next Town Hall Series
Sponsored by NCJW'

A two-part discussion entitled
"Women with Brains" is the
subject for the next Town Hall
Series sponsored by the , De-
troit Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, under the
auspices of its Mental Health
Committee.
The first program will be pre-
sented, beginning with a lun-
cheon at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Saul Rose
of Balmoral Dr. The second will
be held Feb. 1 at the home of
Mrs. Ruth Dofier of Kingston Dr.
Dr. Aaron Rutledge, leader of
counseling at the Merrill Palmer
Institute, will be the principle
speaker at both meetings on the
topic "How Are You Using Your
Brain?"
In charge • of the event are
Mrs. Eugene Greenspan and Mrs.
Ben Schottenfels.

Something
Wonderful Has
Happened in
Hampshire Woods
Subdivision

HY GRADE BLDG. CO.
uN 4-5845

Anti-DeAmation League of Bnai
Brith, in New York, that the
executive action would probably
be taken in the fields of dis-
crimination in employment,
housing and voting rights.
"The - first steps ahead do not
require special legislation," he
said. Instead, the President "can
and will move with strong,
prompt action through the exec-
utive branch of government.
"He can establish fair employ-
ment wactices with companies
doing business with the govern-
ment, particularly defense con-
tractors. He can act through the
Department of Justice, using
the authority of the Attorney
General's office, to protect the
right to vote and other civil
rights and liberties granted by
the Constitution. And he can
take steps toward broader civil
rights in housing."
The Senator predicted that the
appointment of a Neva, Robert
L. Weaver, as housing and home
finance director, would produce
swift action against discrimina-
tion - in housing.
Senator Humphrey delivered
the annual Jacob Alson Memor-
ial Lecture named for the treas-
urer of the League.

Try Ex-Nazi General
for Jews' Mass Death

NUREMBERG, (JTA) — A
former SS general,-- Erich von
dem Bach, Zelewski, went on trial
before the Nuremberg Jury
Court on charges of participation
in mass executions of Jews near
Minsk in 1941-1942. He was also
accused of complicity in the mur-
ders of the Roehm Putsch in
1934.
During the post-war Nurem-
berg trials, the 61-year-old Nazi
general was a witness for the
prosecution, a role which saved
hiln from extradition to the Soviet
Union. A court in Ansbach, Ba-
varia, sentenced him in 1951 to
ten years in a labor camp. He
served five.

Council Calls for
Remedying Policies
Relating to Crime

The Jewish Community Coun-
cil, through Stanley J. Winkel-
man, president, and Louis Ro-
senzweig, chairman of the
community relations committee,
issued a statement regarding
current public discussion of po-
lice procedures and community
relations, declaring:
"As citizens we expect no less
of our Police Department than
intense and responsible action.
This a c t i o n must be accom-
panied by •a community recog-
nition that a criminal act, no
matter by whom committed, is
the responsibility of each of us.
Each of us is to blame for our
society's failure to take preven-
tive and curative measures
early enough. The consequences
of our failure as a community
are showing up and catching
up with us.
"It is our obligation to deal
in a forthri
d firm way
in re
ng t o
con-
di s which
he bree
and of
e.
"An i ingement of the civil
rights and liberties of any one
segment of our population is an
affront and a threa to
of
us; such actions
to
the concept of
es
and m to
must
ships
ps co
prisin
CO
y. 0
failure
this
ard wil
evitabl 'avate tens' ns
whic in urn contri e to
crime. . . . ,
"It is our earnes ope that
community leade will move
to meet this ur t civic prob-
lem within t perspectives."

UN Body, Minus Russia, Strikes
Blow at Religious Education Bias

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA)—The United Nations took
what some delegates called "a
giant step" toward a move which
would forbid the type of religious
discrimination practiced in the
Soviet Union, where Jewish reli-
gious education is forbidden.
The move took the form of a
resolution adopted by 11 votes—
with the Soviet Union abstaining
min the Subcommission on Pre-
vention of Discrimination and
Protection of -Minorities.
The subcommission consists of
12 members. With all but the
Russian delegate voting in favor
of the measure, the resolution en-
dorsed a proposed international
Convention Against Discrimina-
tion in Education which, among

other things, would pledge all
signatories to:
1. Establish and maintain
"separate educational systems for
religious or linguistic reasons, or
institutions offering an education
which is in keeping with the
wishes of the pupil's parents or
legal guardians."
2. Recognize the right of na-
tional - minorities "to carry on
their own educational. activities,
including the maintenance of
schools."
. Under the Soviet constitution,
the Jews are recognized as a na-
tional minority. The international
treaty would become effective
within three months after at
least three countries have ratified
it.

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Oarelick's Gallery

20208 LIVERNOIS

takes pride in presenting artt

Exhibition of Drawings and Watercolors

"THE NEW FACE
OF ISRAEL"

by ,the World Famous Artist

SAUL RASKIN

Through February 4th

SAUL RASKIN . •

Dear Mr,. Garelick:

wen to the present exhibit of my
o Israe
The-name, "The New .F
work needs some e
the result of .a- recent
drawings and watercolors w
. This group of
irteen years, I found
e sixth, after an . intermission o
visit to Israel
become a blue-green-gold colored la , healthy and joyous.
that Israel
e with bright eyes.
ew face looking a
a new Ian cape,
I found i
even greater -flames
It ignite
y old passio or dr ing, nd set it afire
ber of complicated
at n
than in y younger d
est ever did.
drawn
and watercol
: I t in th

Espe• :Ely those I mad
, and uel. But under t
a fri dly. smile, a pro

overwhelming, splendid
egev
the
gev.
pioneers the desert shows
nds d hammer of
s for Israel.
se of joy and happ

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m, the joyous, tireless Tel-Aviv, the beau-
And s
the majestic
tifully m "aifa, Tiberias, Kvitzoth, Colonies and peoples,
seventy kinds of our people, their faces, hands and figures, and more so,
the children, the future of Israel.

And permit me to say, I feel that my recent work also shows. a new face.

• Sincerely yours,

Saul Raskin

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