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November 10, 1961 - Image 15

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-10

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Anti-Defamation League Exposes
Rockwell's 'This Time the World',

The Anti-Defamation League ADL, that he wrote it and is

Dr. Sternstein Will
Head Jewish National
Fund Starting Jan. 2

Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein, spir-
3,000 copies of the flyer were itual leader of Beth Abraham
printed and mailed from Ar- Synagogue of Dayton, Ohio, will
lington, Va., in envelopes bear- assume duties Jan. 2 as executive
director of the
ing the return address of Dan-
Jewish Nation-
iel Burros (American Nazi
al Fund of
Party secretary), at Party head-
America,
it
quarters ,in Arlington.
was announced
An Anti-Defamation League
by Albert
investigation has revealed
Schiff, presi-
that "Parliament House" is
dent of the
not an established publishing
Fund.
firm and that its address is
Dr. Stern-
that of Consolidated Business
stein succeeds
Service, a small answering
Mendel N.
service. The box address of
Fisher, who has
the publishing firm was. pur-
held the post
chased from the answering
for the past 27
service by Seth Ryan, an of-
years. Fisher
ficer of the American Nazi
w i 11 continue
Party.
to serve in the
Says an ADL spokesman:
Cap a city of
"The effort to make it appear
consultant for
that a regular publishing house
a three - year
is producing Rockwell's book
Dr. Sternstein period,
may reflect a current and des-
A prominent leader in civic
perate need of Rockwell and and community affairs in Dayton,
the American Nazi Party for and eminent spokesman of the
cash. It is also a transparent Zionist Movement, Dr. Sternstein
effort by Rockwell to hide the is a vice-president of the Zionist
fact that he has been unable Organization of America and for
to secure a publisher and, seven years was the national .
therefore, is publishing the chairman of the ZOA Commis-
sion on Education.
book himself."

Affixes S S Zion Mezuzah

of Bnai Brith, at least one himself printing the book. Some

Anglo-Jewish publication and
other Jewish organizations re-
cently received • mailed copies
of a printed, two-color flyer
announcing publication, on Jan.
1, 1962, of "the first limited
edition" • of "This Time The
World," by George Lincoln
Rockwell, at a price of $10 per
volume.
Rockwell is the self-styled
fuehrer of the American Nazi
Party.
The four-page leaflet • carried
name of "Parliament
the
House," 501 Fifth Ave., Suite
1015, New York, and was writ-
ten- in the usual style of pub-
lishing firms in 'their publicity
about new books. The flyer at-
tempts a special "appeal" to
Jews, declaring:
. "Especially every Jewish

pet-son MUST read 'This
Time 'The World.' The -very
lives of American Jews may
depend on their reading and
understanding this book in
time."

Although the style seeks to
convey the impression - that the
flyer was written by the pub-
lishing firm and not by Rock-
well, it Is reported by a reli
able source, according to the

Rabbi Aharon Rabinovitch, chaplain and religious supervisor
aboard the S.S. "Zion" fixes a mezuzah to the doorpost of the
new Fifth Avenue ticket office recently opened by Zim Lines
in New York. Looking on is Miss Rochelle Orvis, Zim Lines'
employee. Rabbi Rabinovitch was born in Kishenev and came to
Israel as a youngster 41 years ago. Between voyages of the
"Zion" he resides with his family at Bnei Brak, a religious
settlement in Israel.

American Jews Are
Urged to Establish
College for Leaders

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
national college of liberal arts
whose major objective would
be to prepare future leaders of
the American Jewish commun-
ity was proposed by Dr. Max F.
Baer, director of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization.
He said establishment of
such a school which would in-
tegrate liberal arts with a cur-
riculum of Jewish studies, is
one of most critical 'nee d s
community.
Baer made his proposal • at
the opening session of the an-
nual meeting of the Bnai , Brith
Youth Commission. He said the
idea stemming -from the reali-
zation that "the ideal of a
balanced knowledge of two
cultures is not attainable for
most Jewish leaders when op-
portunities for acquiring such
knowledge are not available
through normal educational
patterns."
Although he favors higher
Jewish education as 'a leader-
ship qualification, he stressed
that, those who aspire to leader-
ship positions should have at
least a Jewish high school ed-
ucation accompanying their
secular college education.-
"The only justification for
the separation of Jews from
non-JeWs is pursuit of specific
Jewish purposes," he said. "If
an organization is established
primarily for the attainment of
Jewish objectives, it follows
that its leadership must be
-knowledgeable in Jewish heri-
tage and have strong personal
commitments to that heritage."

Ben-Gurion Will

Pay Visit to Burma
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Prime
Minister David 'Ben-Gurion has
decided to act on an invitation
by Prime Minister U Nu of
Burma and will visit that coun-
try before the end of this year.
U Nu visited Israel in 1955,
when he was accompanied by the
present Acting Secretary-General
of the United Nations, U Thant.

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Al
though most of its work is being
done by Miami Beach waters,
the University of Miami Marine
laboratory ranges far afield in
pursuit of greater knowledge
of the sea. A recent expedition
went to'Ecuador and many have
explored depths in the Carib-
bean and the Bahamas.

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