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December 15, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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Stolarsky Next
Speaker at Rally
for Histadrut

A breakfast rally will be held
at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 24,.
in the Labor Zionist Institute,
19161 S c ha e-
fer Highway.
Israel Stol-
arsky, associ-
ate national
director of the
National Corn
mittee for La-
bor Israel, as
the principal'
speaker, will
analyze thee:k
present situa-
tion in Israel
and the Mid-
dle East.
Stolar sky
will report to
the leadership
of the organi-
zations divi-
sion, made up of 60 societies.
A report will be given by those
who attended the 38th anniver-
sary campaign conference last
month in New York.
A reception for volunteer
workers was held Thursday, at
the Labor Zionist Institute. In-
dividual work assignments were
issued to the volunteer workers.
It is anticipated that a substan-
tial part of the 1962 drive will
have been completed before the
official opening of the campaign
announced for Jan. 16.

George Gaynor Given
PTA Service • Award

More than 600 parents, teach-
ers and children paid tribute to
George Gaynor when they sur-
prised him with a "This Is Your
Life" program at the Pepper
School PTA annual family night
held recently.
Gaynor was presented the Na-
tional Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion's Distinguished S e r vice
Award by school principal En-
rico Giordano, marking the first
time the award has been given
to a parent at Pepper School.

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A Digest of World Jewish Happenings
from Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Other News-Gathering Media.

United States

, NEW YORK—The American Jewish Committee has hailed

the World Council of Churches' "forthright condemnation of
anti-Semitism as a sin against God and man, and the need to
eradicate the historic accretions of prejudice in religious teach-
ings" . . . Two national women's groups, the Young Women's
Christian Association and the National Council of Jewish Women,
approved a 10-point code of action for their members which
stresses opposition to prejudice, at a joint meeting . . . A gift of
$5,000 for Arab refugees was announced last week by the Ameri-
can Council for Judaism's Philanthropic Fund to help demon-
strate "its humanitarian, non-political concern for the welfare
of the less fortunate" and to help "lessen the friction between
Moslem and Jew" . . . The social and economic upheavals of
the industrial revolution and two world wars have caused a
breakdown in traditional Jewish family life, Rabbi Jeshaia
Schnitzer, who is also a social worker, said at the fourth annual
assembly of rabbis and social worker's at the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies . . . The Yad Vashern exhibition detailing
the destruction of the six million Jewish victims of the Hitler
holocaust, modeled after the Memorial Museum in Jerusalem,
will be on display at the Jewish Museum here for six weeks,
starting Dec. 20, before touring major cities in Canada and the
United States . . . Modern anti-Semites, who have found that Nazi
excesses have led to discreditation of racialism, now fall back
"on the long outworn economic, nationalistic or religious argu-
ments" in pursuit of Jew-baiting, Dr. Salo W. Baron, professor
of Jewish history at Columbia University declared here at the
Conference on Jewish Social Studies . . . A new $50 million pro-
gram of loans and investments in Israel by Ampal was announced
here by Abraham Dickenstein, president of the American invest-
ment firm, at Ampal's 20th annual meeting, attended by nearly
2,000 stockholders.
WASHINGTON—Harry Zinder, public affairs adviser to Pre-
mier Ben-GUrion, told a meeting of the America-Israel Society
here that peace in the Middle East would constitute a major
contribution to the economic development and well-being of
both Israel and the Arab world . . . The Eichmann trial drew
the highest audience response of any college campus topic of
the past year, and included forums, film programs, lectures-
and discussions, according to reports from Bnai Brith Hillel di-
rectors on 75 American campuses :
BOSTON—The expansion drive for Beth Israel Hospital here
has raised $6,937,000 toward its $7.5 million goal, Irving M. Rabb,
chairman of the hospital's development committee, announced at
the institution's annual dinner.
LOS ANGELES—Contributions of $250,000 at the Jewish
National Fund Hanukah banquet have launched a record $1.5
million campaign.
BAL-HARBOUR, Fla.—A resolution against the blacklisting
of ships from all nations, including Israel, was adopted here
by the convention of the Maritime Trades Department of the


TORONTO—All three of Toronto's leading daily newspapers
—the Globe-Mail, Star and Telegram—have criticized in editorials
the introduction . into the public schools here of a teachers'
guide for religious courses in the eighth grade.
MONTREAL—A request that the Canadian Civil Service
Commission make some alternative arrangements for examina-
tions scheduled on Saturdays, in cases where applicants have
religious scruples against writing on the Sabbath, has bee ade
here by the Canadian Jewish Congress.

Sheruth League Sets Up Resident
Home for Girls Needing Adjustment

A resident home for adolescent
girls has been established by the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service with funds made avail-
able by the Sheruth League. The
home will accommodate six girls
who are having difficulty adjust-
ing in their own homes.
A recent study of the unmet
needs of the JFCS revealed an
increasing number of girls in the
12-17 age group in need of coun-
seling. The nature of their prob-
lems, however, was such as to
require separation from their own
homes in order for counseling to
be helpful. They do not require
institutional care, they would con-
tinue attending public schools if
they could live in an appropriate
small group residence.
"This does not necessarily
mean that their natural homes
are either deprived or inferior,
but only that they could no
meet the needs of the girls d
ing the • critical period of a
lescence," the Sheruth Leag
explained. "However, thes a
justment problems are suc


they do require intensive case-
work help which is provided by
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Several other communi-
ties have established homes along
these lines and have found them
to be an extremely important and
helpful facility in treatment."
The establishment of - the
group home in Detroit was made
possible by a gift of $30,000 from
the Sheruth League, a women's
organization dedicated to raising
funds for the needs of children.
The home is maintained by funds
from the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion d the United Foundation
and staffed and supervised by
the Jewish Family and Chil-
d'. 's Service. It is located in
t northwest section and . is
c led Sheruth House.


Beth Moses
Club Spons
Boy Scout




oy Scout
The organizati
en announced,
Troop 264 has
Beth Moses
with the Con
Men's Club as s sponsor and
Jerry Mimons s scoutmaster.
Assistant scoutmasters are
Benson B. Leet and Dave Mag-
ner as senior patrol leader.
Serving in other capacities
are Jerry Kohn, institutional
representatives; Joe Katz, com-
mittee chairman; and Sol Good-
man, Meyer t renner, Morris
Garfield and Jim Ralston, com-
The troop meets 7:30-9:30
p.m. Mondays at Mettetal Junior
High School, 19355 Edinbor-
ough. Membership is open to
boys 11-14.

For Delicious Flavor!

Latin America

MEXICO CITY—Deep gratitude to the Jewish. o mtiity
and the
of Mexico for contributing 300,000 pesos ($25,000)
de la Sal,
construction of a new hospital in the village of Ixt
se Alvarez,
was voiced by the Federal Minister of Health, Dr
and by the wife of the President of Mexico, Mrs. va Samano
de Lopez Mateos.
RIO DE JANEIRO—Jewish institutions throughout Brazil
were warned this week by the Brazilian Confederation of Jewish
Communities to keep close watch over their buildings and other
facilities during the reading of the verdict in the Eichmann trial,
foliov j, two incidents of anti-Semitic desecration.




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ALEM—Acting Premier Levi Eshkol told the Israel
nt, in a report on the "great efforts" of overseas
communities to help Israel meet urgent immigration
andCntegration needs, that the United Jewish Appeal collected
e than $60 million in 1960 and more than $51 million in the
10 months of 1961 . . . Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
assured the Dalai Lama of Tibet that Israel would support a
proposal that the United Nations discuss Tibet's complaint against
Communist China ... Some 200 guests attending a Hanukah party
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TEL AVIV—Two threatened strikes over wage increases by
Israel's elementary school teachers and engineers were averted
early this week through the intervention of Aharon Becker, secre-
tary-general of Histadrut, the country's labor federation, who
promised his organization would try to help formulate agree-


VIENNA—The Austrian people were warned in a radio
broadcast by Chancellor Alfons Gorbach, to reject the revived
neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic and extreme right-wing movements in the
ROME—Jewish and Catholic ceremonies were held Sunday
at the site of a wartime Nazi internment camp near Modena
to mark the massacre of 67 internees in 1944 in reprisal for
killing several German soldiers in Genoa.
STUTTGART—Eighty per cent of the 159,623 indemnification
claims filed with the indemnification office in the West German
state of Baden-Wurttemberg have been processed, with a total
of $114,000,000 having been spent so far by the state to indem-
nify former victims of Nazis.


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