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January 11, 1963 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-11

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
now "had enough of the State the education bill through Con-
to The Jewish News)
WASHINGTON — The ope n- Department's appeasement of gress. The money would be
ing of the first session of th e Nasser?'
given to the 50 states and the
88th Congress is expected t 0
A duel between the State De- church-state problem passed on
produce a number of issues of partment ?lid Congress on Egypt with it for decision on a state
special interest to the Amer appears inevitable. The State level.
can Jewish community, amon g Department is advancing plans
Growing discontent over
them immigration policy, ant i- to increase loans and grants to the absence of effective moves
filibustermeasures, the Rule s Nasser who incurred a huge to challenge rising Soviet
Committee controversy, civi 1 debt in his Yemeni adventure. anti-Semitism will be voiced
rights, Soviet anti-Semitism Congress will challenge such in Congress. This difficult
Arab discrimination affectin aid every step of the way now problem will be subject of
Americans and American polic that Nasser has shown his hand cautious discussion between
in the Near East.
in Yemen.
Jewish groups and congres-
An early campaign is antici
Legislation will be sought to sional leaders.
pated for implementation o f bar further aid to Egypt in a
Since the Arabs and the State
the Keating-Halpern Amend mandatory provision unless the Department have equally ig-
raent of the Mutual Securit Y Executive Department imple- nored amendments to mutual
Act. This amendment oppose s ments the discretionary Keat- security acts deploring Arab dis-
aid to nations like Egypt which ing-Halpern clause.
crimination, boycotts and block-
use their own resources to pur-
Jewish organizations will ades, the new bill will bring
chase Soviet arms.
Observe t h e anti-filibuster a question of whether it's worth
Congressmen will seek to fight aware that civil rights, repeating an ignored amend-
terminate aid to Egypt not only immigration re vision and ment for yet a noth e r year.
because of Nasser's diversion other legislation is contigent President Kennedy, however, is
of Egyptian resources to buy upon victory. If success is this year required to make a
More Soviet Jets, but out of achieved by liberals, many report directly to Congress on
anger caused by the active par- measures previously bottled measures to implement the
ticipation of Egyptian forces in up by conservatives may be amendment.
the imposition of a pro-Soviet brought on the floor for ac-
Congress will hear reports
regime in Yemen. It has also tion.
from various senators and rep-
been noted that the. Nasser pup-
President Kennedy is expect- resentatives who visited Israel
pet state obtained American ed to submit a request for lib- and the Arab states during the
diplomatic • recognition in ex- eralization of the Immigration congressional recess. Their view
change for Nasser's promise, Act of 1952 (McCarran Walter will be reflected in forthcoming
DPW broken, to his withdrawal
Act) in the early days of the legislation.
of Egyptian forces.
new session. He has the support
One senator, declining- to of Sen. Philip Hart, Michigan
be identified, said, "I don't Democrat, who heads the Sen-
see why we should pick up ate Immigration Subcommittee.
the tab for Nasser's expan- But, Chairman Francis Walter
Sionist aggression. It en- of the House Immigration Sub-
dangers the pro-American committee, co-author of the con-
governments of Saudi Arabia troversial act, will try to block
and Jordan, while financing any really important changes
Nasser's acquisition of Rus- of discriminatory aspects like
sian jet bombers to menace the national origins quota sys-
democratic Israel." He said tem.
that he and others who were
The question of federal aid
previously- lukewarm on the to parochial schools is expected
Keating-Halpern measure had to be avoided in order to get


Family Breakdowns Among Jews in U.S.
General Community Reported Increasing

DENVER, (JTA)—The Amer- family breakdowns among the
lean Jewish family is taking on Jewish people, juvenile delin-
manyundesirable characteris- q uency, illegitimacy and drink-
tics from an environment in the ing.
"The vast movement to the
general community, Dr. Alfred suburbs," said Dr. Neumann,
M. Neumann, executive director "the increasing number of wives
of the Jewish Family and Chil- and mothers who are working,
dren's Service, warned. He greater recreational opportuni-
voiced that caution as he was ties, including bowling alleys,
being honored by the commu- country clubs, and community
nity on the occasion of the centers, have to a great extent
agency's 15th anniversary.
externalized American family
There have been increasing life, including Jews," Dr. Neu-
intermarriages as a result of en- mann stated.
vironmental influences, he said,
as well as more divorces and
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JNF .Foundatiop. • Sees $20 Million
Potential in Pros pective Legacies

NEW :YORIC, F (JTA) — The terms of from year to year, but
Foundation for the Jewish Na- in terms of decades. The JNF
tional Fund has amassed a po- Foundation," he added, "is a
tential of - $0,000,000 in pro- long-term undertaking and the
spective legaCies -:for the affore- Jews of America must adopt a
station and reclamation of Is- long-range point of view in cop-
rael's sail, Dr. Harris J. Levine, ing with the problem of helping
Founda tion chairman, an- Israel to realize its full po-
nounced.
tential."
He also told a meeting of the Legacies to Histadrut
newly organized Foundation exe-
LOS ANGELES, (JTA) — The
cutive committee that the Foun- American Histadrut Develop-
dation hoped to raise "within the ment Foundation in southern
next decade or so" the sum of California has received gifts of
$100,000,000 in potential through $100,000 from Arnold D. Skov-
bequests in wills and the assign- ron, and $25,000 from Julius
ment of insurance" to the Foun- Fligelman, both active suppoxt-
dation. He -added that the Foun- ers of Israel's Labor Federation.
dation would set up local Foun-
Skovron made his bequest to
dation Councils throughout the benefit Histadrut hospital s.
United States in an effort to Fligelman, West Coast president
realize those potentials.
of the Histadrut campaign, gave
Levine stressed that the JNF his contribution for scholarships.
was placing "special emphasis Bernard B. Jacobson, West Coast
on the Foundation because there director of the Israel Histadrut
is a big job to be done in drive,. said that the Foundation,
Israel. We must think, net in established in 1960, has • more
than $2,500,000 in bequests, as-
signment of insurance policies
Javits' Family on
and other gifts that do not re-
quire immediate cash outlays
Return from Israel
by donors.

-

$102,000 Raised in Ottawa

OTTAWA, (JTA) — The an-
nual Histadrut dinner in Toronto
raised $102,000 towards a mu-
seum that will house documents
and mementoes of the Jewish
ghetto established by the Nazis.
The museum will be built in
Israel. by Histadrut, Israel's Fed-
eration of Labor.

3 Jewish Leaders
Elected in Manitoba

Jacob Javits, Senator from
New York; Mrs. Javits, and
their children, Joy, Carla and
Joshua are shown on depar-
ture from LOD Airport Is-
raeL The Javits family flew
to. Israel for the Bar Mitzvah
of their son, which took place

in Jerusalem.

WINNIPEG, Man., Catiada,
(JTA)—Three Jews were elect-
ed or re-elected to the Manitoba
legislature in the recent provin-
cial election.
They are Saul Cherniack, a
national vice-president of the
Canadian Jewish Congress; M.
A. Grey, a member of the Mani-
toba Legislature for 20 years,
and now an honorary vice-pres-
ident of the CJC; and Maitland
Steinkopf.

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