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May 10, 1963 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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German Party Seeks Casablanca Names
Way of Preventing
Street for Tajouri
Assistance to Egypt CASABLANCA, (JTA)—The

The parliamentary leader of
the Adenauer government in
Past presidents and former Federation; Walter M. Klein, the West Germany stated that he is
executive directors of the Jewish present executive director of seeking legislative measures to
Community Council will be hon- the Council, who will comment prevent German scientists from
ored at the Council's silver anni- on Winkelman's and other an- participating in military prep-
versary dinner and delegate as- nual reports, and Rabbi Morris arations in Egypt aimed at the
sembly, at the Jewish Center, on Adler, who will comment on the State of Israel.
Monday.
significance of the anniversary
Former Foreign Minister Hein-
Highlighting the program will and who will install newly-elec- rich von Brentano, now head of
be greetings from the Governor ted officers. The closing prayer the government party in Bund-
of Michigan and the Mayor of will be given by Rabbi Max Ka- estag, in a message to the Anti-
Detroit, according to Dr. Samuel pustin. Members of the Temple Defamation League of Bnai Brith
Krohn and Sidney M. Shevitz, Beth El Sisterhood, under the said that his party was "explor-
anniversary co-chairmen, and chairmanship of Mrs. Marshall ing" ways that "would give us
Mrs. Philip Bernstein, chairman Miller, will be in charge of the an instrument" for action against
of the assembly planning com- social hour. Hostesses include "uncontrollable and irresponsi-
mittee.
Mesdames Wilbur DeYoung, Sid- ble activities of German scien-
Past presidents to be honored ney Karbel, Philip Marcuse, tists."
He said that action would be
are James I. Ellman, Aaron Maurice Siden, Sidney Wallace
based on Article 26 of the Bonn
DrOock, Dr. Shmarya Klainman, and Leon Winkelman.
constitution which declares that
Sidney M. Shevitz, Samuel J.
(See Editorial, Page 4)
"activities tending and under-
Rhodes and Lawrence W. Crohn.
A report by the nominating
Former directors of the Coun- committee headed by Hyman taken with the intent to disturb
peaceful relations between na-
cil are William Boxerman, now
Safran, will precede the annual
with the Jewish Community election Of officers and execu- tions, especially to prepare for
Federation of Los Angeles, who tive committee members. The aggressive war, are unconstitu-
tional. They shall be made a
served at the
following are unopposed for punishable offense." Dr. Franz
founding of the
election to office in the Council: Boehm, who was instrumental
Council in 1938
Sidney M. Shevitz, president, in negotiating the West German-
until 1940; Isaac
Lawrence Gubow, Dr. Samuel Israeli restitution agreement,
Franck, now
Krohn, Louis Rosenzweig, vice- has undertaken drafting of the
executive direc-
presidents: Irving Pokempner, legislation, Dr. Brentano said.
tor of the Jew-
secretary;
Harold Berry treas-
ish Community
urer.
Toronto Synagogue
Council of
The 17 candidates for the pos- Honors Danish Nation
Washington, who,
itions on the Council's execu-
serve d until;;-. _
TORONTO, (JTA) — The an-
tive committee, of whom 16 are nual Beth Sholom Brotherhood
1946; Oscar Co-b,
to
be
elected,
are:
Benjamin
Bur-
hen, now with kk
Award, bestowed each year here
dick, Irving S. Cane, William by Beth Sholom Synagogue, was
the Bnai Brith
Cohen,
Lawrence
W.
Crohn,
Anti - Defama-
presented to the Danish nation
Mitchell Feldman, Charles L. and people "for their attitude
tion League, who Winkelman
served until 1949, and the late Goldstein, Jacob Keindan, Sol G. of solidarity and practical sym-
Jurtzman, Benjamin M. Laikin, pathy with their Jewish fellow-
Boris M. Joffe.
Jack Malamud, Philip Marcuse,
Stanley J. Winkelman, who Ben Nathanson, Dr. Irving Pos- citizens under Nazi rule."
Danish Ambassador John Knox
will retire as Council president ner, Erwin S. Simon, Rabbi Mil-
on Monday, will preside at the ton Rosenbaum and Philip Stoll- came here from Ottawa to re-
dinner. Participants in the anni- man. Morris Malin was nomin- ceive the award. In the past,
the award had always been given
versary program will include Dr. ated by petition.
only to individuals. Past re-
Richard C. Hertz, who will give
Unopposed for one year terms cipients have included former
the invocation; Isadore Sobeloff, on the executive committee are
who will greet the assembly on Martin Citrin and Mrs. Martin Canadian Prime Minister John
G. Diefenbaker and Ontario's
behalf of the Jewish Welfare Naimark.
ex-Premier Leslie Frost.

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Tajouri, former representative
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Israelite Universelle. The pro-
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Max Loeub, a Municipal Coun-
cillor and a member of the
Casablanca Jewish Committee.

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continuing to provide services
to thousands of still needy Eu-
ropean Jews after 1964, when
West German payments through
the Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany
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European Parley Ponders Refugee
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tries which was formed two
years ago in Geneva as the pro-
fessional counterpart to the
Standing Conference on Euro-
pean Jewish Community Serv-
ices. Participants include
Astorre Mayer, chairman of the
Standing Conference; Oscar Jo-
seph, chairman of the Central
British Fund; and Charles Jor-
dan, overseas director for the
Joint Distribution Committee.
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from North Africa and Eastern
European countries in substan-
tial numbers, there was "still a
wide gap between the resources
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hardly be expected to be filled
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5 — THE DETROI T JEWIS H NEW S — Frid ay, May 1 0, 19
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Council Marks 25th Anniversary
Monday; Former Directors, Past
Presidents to Be Awarded Honors

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