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September 08, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-08

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JOHANNESBURG, (JTA) —
An anticipated controversy over
financing of Jewish education
in South Africa was settled
amicably by a compromise reso-
lution approved at the current
conference of the South African
Zionist Federation.
The conference had before
It reports from two commissions
named to investigate the fiscal
crisis of South African Hebrew
education — the Kuper Com-
mission in Johannesburg and
the Herbstein commission in
Capetown. Both commissions
agreed on the. urgency of the
community finding the needed
funds but the
sion reco
ed
pound
fr
e Israel
App
ile the other
issimeopposed the use of
ch funds for local needs.
A committee session explored
both reports and re he
re

maintenance of the Jewish day
schools, the most costly educa-
tion item. Such costs, accord-
ing to the compromise, must be
met by the Jewish communi-
ties in which day schools were
located.

The Kuper commission pro-
posal for an Israel United
Appeal loan, which would
pave . included day schools as
beneficiaries, w a s dropped
and the Herbstein commission
ended its opposition to eve
a limited IUA subsidy. Ju
Joseph Herbstein and J
Simon Kuper piloted the
promise through the
ence, stressing points of
t in their reports.

L
Lincus, Jewish
treasu
who came to
Africa f the conference ga
provision approval to the com-
promise,
bject to ratification
the J ish Agency in Jeru-
lem a
with the understand-
g th
he agreement would
utio be r
wed in two years and
get of th
e monies thus funded
he Hebre ed ation system,
d be repayable to the IUA
taking th deficit fro
en that was possible.
Cher f d sources. The
Chairman Edel Horowitz re-
romise specified no
era- ferred in his keynote address
• n fiinds shoul
used for to the recent conversion of

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South Africa to a republic
and said: "We Jews, in com-
mon with our fellow citizens
of this wonderful country, are
vitally concerned with its
progress and welfare and will
continue to work for it with
all our hearts." He told the
delegates that the South Afri-
can Zionist movement "values
the friendship which exists
between South Africa and
Israel and the active sym-
pathy displayed by successive
South African Governments
toward Zionist work."

T
wo B
rot h
ers Reunited in Philad elphia after 48-Year Separation

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — A widower with four sons, he
the separation had been long
Two brothers, who had last seen lives in Ramat Gan.
enough and came to the United
each other in Wilun, Poland,
After many years, he decided 1 States on a visit.
48 years ago, have been re-
united in Philadelphia.
The reunion scene was the
Philadelphia International Air-
port. The two were Morris Mar-
cus Of Philadelphia and Shmuel
Marcus of Israel. "We couldn't
speak," said Mori.' " an
imagine yo
like."
B
can speak German,
ch, Polish, Russian and
ebrew, but Shmuel does not
know any English. In a series
of multi-lin ual exchanges, the
story w ol
May all your fondest wishes
In 1913
com etrue . . . for you and
74,
your
dear ones and for all
put in
of Israel.
Russia
emigra
to
ad.e p is
his wi e. The brother went
Germany with his wif
• in him.
ess. Hs
bum lined by World War S.S. Israel, S.S. Zion sail from
Consult your
I, Shmuel went to Palestine. New York every third week
. . . S.S. Theodor Herzl and
travel agent
Both brothers had worked for S.S.
Jerusalem (in season) sail
the Zionist movement in Po- from Mediterranean ports
weekly. -
land.
air-conditioned
Unable to establish himself • • Completely
Stabilizer-equipped for
in Palestine, Shmuel went to
smooth sailing
France. There he worked for • Strictly kosher food
OWNER'S REP.: AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIPPING CO., INC,
Cheerful atmosphere of
the Zionist movement until the • Israel
,42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 4, N. Y. DI 4-7600
war broke out and he was sent
Chicago Office: 6 N. Michigan Ave. — CE 6.4317
to a camp at St. Denis. Four
years later he was liberated
and settled once more in Israel.

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Horowitz was unanimously re-
elected chairman. Israel Minis-
ter Simcha Pratt brought greet-
ings of the Israel Government.
Dr. Teddy Schneider, South
African Jewish Board of Depu-
ties chairman, stressed the fun-
damental Zionist character of
South African Jewry and unity
in assistance to Israel.

Study of U.S. Jew r
Published by Yal

President Kennedy h
pre-
dieted that within 20 ye
a Jew
might occupy the Wh . House.
I What is._ the make-
of the
American Jew who
uld fill
this office? Two you
sociolo-
gists--Judith R. Krame
d Sey-
mour Leventman—have
let-
ed a study to help answer
question. The concrusions they
reach are presented in their book,
"Children of the Gilded Ghetto,"
to be published by Yale Univer-
sity• Press Sept. 27.
The city Miss Kramer and Le-'
vantman .chose for their study is
Minneapolis, identified in the
book as North City, U.S.A. In
conducOg their research the
authoi3 interviewed 200 members
of the Jewish community to learn
what they thought and did about
such questions as anti-Semitism,
politics, family We, synagogue
attendance, business opportuni-
ties, education, philanthropy,
club membership, pastimes, and
attitudes toward Israel.
In addition to gaining the con-
fidence of the Minneapolis Jew-
ish community at large they were
able to glean historical data from
Minneapolis archives and from
previous surveys conducted by
local governmental and social
agencies and periodicals.
Both born in New York City,
the authors received PhD degrees
in sociology from the University
of Minnesota in 1958. Formerly
an instructor at Pennsylvania
State University, Miss Kramer is
now instructor in sociology at
Brooklyn College. Leventman
taught for two years at Pennsyl-
vania State University and is now
assistant professor of sociology
at the University of Pennsylvania.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frida y, September 8, 1961

S. African Zionists Settle Dispute
on Financing of Hebrew Education

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