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October 13, 1961 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-13

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Ben-Dov Replies to Arab League Conference of
Propagandist Over WJR on Sunday Presidents Names
David Ben-Dov, cultural at- primarily to address the Beth
Miller Chairman
tache of the Israel Embassy in Aaron Men's Club, Ben-Dov

Washington, will reply to anti-
Israel attacks by a spokesman
for the Arab League over
Station WJR, at 12:30 Sunday.
Ben-Dov will deal with the
challenged address of last
Sunday by Faiz Aby Diab,
director of the Arab Informa-
tion Office for the Midwest,
located in Chicago, who is
accused of having spread totally
false information about Israel
and the Middle East in an ad-
dress over WJR last Sunday.
Jack Hamilton will monitor
Sunday's interview with Ben-
Dov.
Ben-Dov also will be heard
on WJBK TV and radio simul-
casts at 9:30 a.m. this and next
Sunday." He was featured on
programs here Wednesday on
Channel 56, WWJ, WXYZ and
WTVS. That afternoon he con-
ferred with Fr. Britt, president
of the University of Detroit.

Coming 'here Wednesday

placed emphasis in all of his
speeches on constructive ef-
fort's in the Middle East. The
Beth Aaron meeting, which
drew a large audience, was
presided over the Men's Club
president, Meyer Millman. It
was the club's annual Israel
Cultural Night.

Ben-Dov stated in his speeches
that the creation of productive
activities, through the coopera-
tion of all states, is the basic
necessity in the Middle East, in
order to eliminate want and to
elevate the standards of living
of all-peoples in that area. He
expressed the hope that such
cooperative activities would
lead to peace between Arabs
and Jews.
The Israel statesman also
dealt with the refugee and
other problems and declared
that realistic approaches, lead-
ing towards resettlement of
refugees in Arab lands, could
permanently solve the existing
issue.

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RABBI IRVING MILLER
of Woodmere, L.I., has been
named president of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American Jewish Organi-
zations, at the annual meeting
held at the conference head-
quarters, 515 Park, New York
City. He succeeds Label A.
Katz, president of Bnai Brith.
The Conference of Presidents,
organized six years ago un-
der the chairmanship of
Philip A. Klutznick, conists
of the heads of 18 major Jew-
ish organizations and is the
deliberating body on prob-
lems related -to American-Is-
rael activities. Rabbi Miller,
who is the chairman of the
American Zionist Council, is a
former president of the Zion-
ist Council, is a former presi-
dent of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and of the
American Jewish Congress.

"Federation on Wheels" has
been adopted as a theme by the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation for the
month of October. In this con-
nection, bus tours of Federation
agencies have been organized, ac-
cording to Mrs. Philip R. Mar-
cuse, president.
Mrs. Sam Barnett, chairman
of the tour committee, announces
that three tours will be con-
ducted.
Next Monday, the Leadership
Training Course will hold its sec-
ond session in the form of a bus
tour. Assisting with arrangements
for this day are Mesdames Milton
Lucow and Charles Abramson.
More than 40 women have al-
ready registered for the Leader-
ship Training Course.
A group of women from South-
field will tour Federation agen-

cies on Tuesday. Mrs. Harry
Nachman and Mrs. Bernard Aston
are co-chairmen of this tour.
Wednesday, Oct. 25, is the date
Oak Park women have scheduled
for their bus tour. Mrs. Henry
Shewach and Mrs. Herbert Rack-
lin are in charge.
The agencies to be visited by
the groups will include the
United Hebrew Schools, Sinai
Hospital, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, Jewish Communi-
ty Center and Jewish Home for
Aged.
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine is
Women's Division vice-president
for education.

I know that, whatsoever God
doeth, it shall be for ever:
nothing can be put to it, nor
any thing taken from it.
—Eccl. 3:14

I have a speci
1962

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Committee Commends
Action by Catholics
.Against Anti-Semitism

The American Jewish Com-
niittee hailed a resolution by a
leading Catholic organization
which urged Roman Catholics "to
work for the complete removal
of anti-Semitic prejudice where
it exists to ourselves and our
;nation."
The resolution, adopted by the
National Catholic Conference
for Interracial Justice at its re-
cent convention in Detroit,
stressed that the revelations at
the Eichmann trial ,have, not
been "related sufficiently to our
own responsibilities as Catholics
and Americans" to `eradicate
anti-Semitism.
It scored the "evil of anti-
Semitism wherever and when-
ever it occurs, subtle and violent,
in small things as in large," and
urged all Catholics "never to
forget the towering infamy to
which the small things of this
kind of hate, have grown in
other lands in our own life-
times."
The AJ Committee also took
note of another section of the
resolution which urged greater
cooperation between Catholic
Interracial Councils and Jewish
organizations, including visits of
Jewish speakers to Catholic high
schools, and exchange visits to
churches and synagogues.

Sir Keith Joseph Named
Trade Minister of State

LONDON, (JTA) — Sir Keith
Joseph, Jewish Conservative
Member of Parliament, was ap-
- pointed Minister of State at the
Board of Trade, in a general
government reshuffle announced
here. Sir Keith has been chair-
man of the executive of the
British Friends of the Hebrew-
University.

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