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September 29, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-29

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Nelson Glueck, president of
I Hebrew 'Union College - Jewish
Seminary Obtains Rouault Painting Brandeis to Honor 10 land
Institute of Religion.

Jewish Groups Ask
Kennedy to Veto
Immigration Bill

with Special Degrees

WALTHAM, Mass. — Swedish I
nnar K.
economics professor
ady
onomts
Myrdal, Britis
nd
ard)
I Jackson (
Americans ill
eight pr
at Brandeis Un' r-
he ho
in a special con
sity
ti
te-
noz-
resi-
Carle-
-ing the
celebrate
exercis
Phi Beta
the fo
randeis. The
Kappa apter
e r announced
univers y e a
honorary degrees
plans to aw
eakers and to Ralph
to these
o serves as a president,
Low
man or director of more
than a score of Boston's leading •
educational a n d philanthropic
institutions.
The university announced that
honorary degrees will also be
presented to Prof. Myrdal, Lady
Jackson, atom .scientist Leo Szil-
ard, Shakespearean actor Mau-
rice Evans, Nils Y. Wessell,
president of Tufts University,

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —Six
major national Jewish - organiza-
tions and 57 Jewish community
councils, functioning through
the National. Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, urged
President Kennedy to veto an
immigration bill _passed by
Congress which provides for
the admission of some orphans
but retains discriminatory
quotas based on race and na-
tionality?, while facilitating the
deportation of aliens.
Terming the provisions deal-
ing with judicial review of de-
portation orders an infringe-
ment upon "procedural due
process," the letter urging the
veto was signed by the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, the Jew-
ish Labor Committee, the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
and - the United Synagogue of
America.

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Schurer's History
of Jewish People
in Single Volume

"A History of The J • ish
People in The Time
by Emil Schure
A Rouault oil painting, "Le Chinois," has been given to
published f
the Jewish Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
a single
America, Fifth Ave. and 92nd St., New York,
Books,
. Th
flounced by Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, curator of the
16,
isition ever
h er, i
author,
painting, by far the most valuable single
s $100,000—was
ian - an
protestant t.
received by the Museum—its estimated va
New York City
of Jud
presented by Mr. and Mrs. Albert A.
hority on
rt A. List Founda-
incident
m. He say
and Byram, Conn., on behalf of the
ted in 1939, is xe-
story is
e New estame
ttion. "Le Chinois," 411/4x29 1/s", c
s. The subje
m its se ng
telligib
cuted in oil on paper mounted on
rem an ea ler
in Je sh s ry.'
a study of a Chinese man, is dr
f the prints
His "H st y" exactly spans
"Old Chinaman," which was on
theme, app
the D d Sea Miserere 'et Guerre series. T
the period
w
ti
C.E.).
Scrolls (100 .S.E. t
commemorates the inventor of unpowde
exhi
shown in 1956 at the Perls Gal y in Ne'
e
wing of
new thre
of the paintings of the artist.
an
ill more
e near futur
Jewish Museum to be built in
urn
f the M
is the h
double available gallery space.
e as
will
tant pain
that the acquisition of this ion
g the
the nucleus of a growing perma •nt collection. Pe
e painting w' be tem-
construction of the new building,
or gallery.
second
porarily displayed in the Museu

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Neo-Nazi Party Receives Setback
in West German Federal Elections

BONN; (JTA)—The German
Reich Party, a neo-Nazi group-
ing, received a setback in West
Germany's parliamentary elec-
tions Sunday.
The party polled only 0.8 per-
cent of the total vote as com-
pared to 1.0 percent in the 1957
Federal elections, and its pre-
election expectatiOns of win-

German Defense Head
Publishes Letters of
Jewish Soldiers in War

ning 7.0 percent of the vote.
Numerically, the neo - Nazi
group polled 264,186 votes, a
drop of 32,167 from the total
it amassed in 1957. The party
will not have a single seat in
the Bundestag, the ower house
of parliament, since it failed to
obtain a minimum of 5.0 per-
cent of the vote cast.
The party's greatest strength
was shown in the Rhineland-
Pfalz, Lower Saxony and Bre-
men areas. German leaders
have frequently considered
seeking a ban on the German
Reich Party because, despite its
protestations of loyalty and
-tolerance, it was generally re-
garded as being anti-democratic
and anti-Semitic.

BONN, (JTA) — The Minis-
try of . Defense republished a
book of letters written by Jew-
ish-German soldiers who had
served Germany in World War
L The book was originally pub-
lished in 1935, in answer to
anti - Semitic propaganda, but
was banned by the Nazis.
Defense Minister Franz Jo-
seph Strauss has written a
preface to the book, giving
three reasons for its reissuance.
He stated that the book should
1. Contribute toward the effort
to correct the "Jewish image"
distorted by the Nazis; 2. Illus-
trate through individual ex-
amples "the disastrous conse-
quences of modern totalitarian-
ism; and 3. Present before to-
day's young German soldiers
the picture of "patriotism, loyal-
ty and military bravery" shown
by Jewish soldiers as "an ideal
for imitation."
Among the letters is one by
the brother of a young Jewish
army lieutenant killed "serving
the German Fatherland." The
mother of that lieutenant, it is
pointed out, was later • mur-
dered by the Nazis at the age
of 81.

Hammarskjold Praised
World Jewish Congress
in His Last Message

One of Dag Harmnarskjold's
last messages was sent to the
World Jewish Congress on the
occasion of its 25th anniversary
gathering in Geneva, Switzer
land, Aug. 23.
Hammarskjold extended "con-
gratulatory greetings" to the
World Jewish Congress and em-
phasized the "increasing signifi-
cance" of organizations such as
the World Jewish Congress "in
strengthening the United Nations
in its peace-making role." Mr.
Hammarskjold told the World
Jewish Congress that its "assis-
tance, understanding and good
will are as greatly appreciated as
they are needed."
The late Secretary-General's
message was conveyed to the
World Jewish Congress by Mr.
Georges Palthey, Assistant Di-
rector of the United Nations
European office in Geneva.

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