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May 17, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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Kabatsky Appointed Church of Scotland Deplores Anti-Semites
LONDON, (JTA) — The church's "Church and Nation"
Federal Court Clerk Church
of Scotland issued a -committee.

UNESCO Accused of Distributing
False Information on Soviet Jews

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Lu-
cius D. Battle, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Educational and
Cultural Affairs, has charged the
United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organiza-
tion with distributing a booklet
misrepresenting the status of
Jews in the Soviet Union, and
cited false statements in the
UNESCO publication. Battle's
testimony was revealed by the
publication of hearings by the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee's Subcommittee on Inter-
national Organization Affairs.
Attacking the accuracy of the
booklet, "Equality of Rights Be-
tween Races and Nationalities
in the USSR," the State Depart-
ment official pointed out that it
had been distributed to many
American libraries by UNESCO.
He cited the UNESCO publica-
tion's assertion on the "rights
and liberties" of Jews and em-

phasized that only recently, the
Soviet regime banned the baking
of Passover matzohs in Moscow.
The UNESCO booklet said that
"account has to be taken of a
natural process which has great-
ly developed during the last 20
years, the voluntary assimilation
of. the Jewish population." But
the fact is, said Battle, "in the
USSR census of 1959, 2,268,000
registered as Jews." He stressed
that "the idea of assimilation is
in conflict with the requirement
that each Jew must be so desig-
nated in the internal passport."
He pointed out that although
UNESCO states that "the vast
majority of Jews of the new gen-
eration have freely adopted the
language and culture of other
peoples of the USSR,' the fact
is that since the second World
War no Soviet schools have
taught Yiddish. In 1933, he said,
there were 800 such schools,
with more than 120,000 students.

Ben-Gurion Regrets Israel Can't
Afford to Take Part in N.Y. Fair

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel's
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion explained, in a letter to
New York Mayor Robert F.
Wagner, that Israel had decid-
ed definitely against partici-
pating in the Ney York World's
Fair, because of a lack of money
due to the burdens of defense
expenditures, immigrant a b -
sorption and education.
The explaination was made
in a letter replying to one pre-
viously sent to Ben-Gurion by
Wagner. The Mayor had urged
the Israeli Premier to reconsid-
er a previous decision to omit

France Catches
Nazi Sentenced to
Death in Absentia

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

MARSEILLES—Jean Barbier,
one of France's last unarrested
Nazi war criminals, who was
seized here on Sunday on charges
of murdering Jews, has been re-
leased on bail, police reported
Tuesday. They declined to give
any details.
Barbier had been sentenced to
death in absentia after France
was liberated. Among the
charges was the murder of three
Jewish children in one family
whom he threw into the Iser
River from a bridge only a few
days before the Allies liberated
Grenoble. He also was charged
with personally shooting 12 Jews
he had found hiding in the city.
Although a Frenchman, Bar-
bier had been a member of the
German Gestapo. He disappeared
with the retreating Germans, but
it was later learned he returned
to Grenoble about 10 years ago
under an assumed name and had
lived there since. Had he man-
aged to escape arrest for two
more years he would have been
free under the French statute of
limitations for such crimes.

French Minister Will
Discuss Middle East
With Rusk in Capitol

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

PARIS—The Middle East situ-
ation probably will be on the
agenda when French Foreign
Minister Maurice Couve De Mur-
ville meets with Secretary of
State Dean Rusk in Washington
on May 25, a French Foreign
Minister spokesman said here
Tuesday.
It was generally believed that
the French Foreign Minister
would express his satisfaction
over President Kennedy's declar-
ation of support for Israel's se-
curity at his press conference
last week. The French diplomat
also was expected to seek to im-
press on U. S. officials he will
meet the need to maintain at all
costs "peace and calm" in the
Middle East.

participation in the 1964 Fair.
In his response, Ben-Gurion re-
ferred to the current heavy fis-
cal demands on his government,
and said he found it "regret-
table" that Israel could not par-
ticipate. Ben-Gurion pointed out
that the funds involved would
have amounted to $3,000,000.
He stated:
"I am also told that we can-
not conceivably reduce the esti-
mate for our pavilion without
injuring the level of its presen-
tation of our country and we
took the decision rather not to
have a pavilion at all than to
have an inadequate one. We in-
vestigated other areas of finan-
cing and these, too, were not
desirable or practicable. I must
repeat, regretfully—and it is in-
deed regrettable, for New York
occupies a special place for
many of us and for myself per-
sonally—that we shall have to
forego the benefits of partici-
pating in the World's Fair."

Israelis, Americans
Take Part in UJA
Young Leaders Parley

TUXEDO, N.Y.—The young
Jewish leaders who constitute
the United Jewish Appeal's re-
cently established Young Lead-
ership Cabinet will meet here
this weekend at the Onchiota
Conference Center in nearby
Sterling Forest for one of the
most unusual gatherings in the
25 year history of the UJA—a
three-day conference at which
prominent American and Israel
figures will lead the young men
in a consideration in depth of
questions of the Jewish future
in the United States, Europe
and Israel.
Alan Sagner of Newark N.J.,
national chairman of the Young
Leadership Cabinet and general
chairman of the 1963 United
Jewish Appeal campaign of Es-
sex County, will open the meet-
ing today with some 40 young
cabinet members, all are under
40 years of age, in attendance
from every part of the country.
Members of the UJA's Young
Leadership Program are in the
25 to 40 year age-group.
The principal speakers this
weekend are Edward NI. M. War-
burg, Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
man and Israel Ambassador to
the United States Avraham Har-
man.

JFK Names Strong
Ambassador to Iraq

WASHINGTON, ( J T A ) —
President Kennedy appointed
Robert C. Strong to be the new
American Ambassador to Iraq.
Strong is now the director of
the Office of Near Eastern Af-
fairs of the State Department.
He served previously in Syria.

statement "deploring" a n t i-
Semitism and denouncing all
racial and religious discrimina-
tions. The statement was part
of a report by the Scottish

The statement, condemning
"all incitements to contempt or
hatred of persons because of
their color, race or creed," de-
clared: "The Church of Scot-
land must always make abun-
dantly clear that she stands by
the side of all who suffer."

Swedish Radio Beams
Schoolmaster's Talk
Against Israel, Jews

A GOOD MAN TO KNOW !

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JULIUS KABATSKY

Julius Kabatsky on Tuesday
was appointed Clerk of the Fed-
eral Court. He was the unani-
mous choice of the U.S. District
Court judges.

He will be installed in his
new post in Chief Judge Theo-
dore Levin's courtroom on May
28.

Kabatsky was educated in De-
troit schools and is a graduate
of Harvard. He has practiced
law here for 33 years and was
a special attorney for the U.S.
Department of Justice. He is a
former president of the Detroit
Chapter of the Federal Bar.
Presently a member of the
board of Harvard Law School
Association of Michigan, Kabat-
sky is active in a number of im-
portant Jewish and civic move-
ments. In his youth he was as-
sociated with Young Judaea, is
an ardent Zionist and has been
active in Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns.

Toronto Synagogue
Has $1 Million Fire

TORONTO, (JTA) — Fire of
unknown origin, starting in a
cloakroom, ravaged Beth Tzed-
ec, one of the largest syna-
gogues in America, causing
damage estimated at $1,000,000.
There were no evening classes
and no injuries. Heaviest dam-
age was caused to the ground
floor and foyer corridors. Thir-
ty-foot glass windows were
smashed and a mural in the
lobby suffered severe smoke
damage. Rebuilding of the dam-
aged sections of the seven-year-
old structure was scheduled to
begin immediately.

For Some
of the
best buys
on new
Pontiacs
and
Tempest

STOCKHOLM — The board
of the Swedish Broadcasting
System examined Monday at-
tacks on Israel and world Jewry
by a Swedish Nazi in a talk on
the network.
The Nazi, now identified as
Ingemar Donar Joelsson, a
schoolmaster, made the talk
last week. It was protested by
the Swedish branch of the
World Jewish Congress and the
Swedish Zionist Federation. A
full session of the board is
scheduled to consider recom-
mendations.
The content of the recom-
mendations was not disclosed.

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