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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 31,

Economic Woes Israel Bond Tribute Event to Mazey
in Argentina Fan Results in $240,000 in Purchases
Anti-Semitism

AOSARIO, Argentina; (JTA)
— Economic difficultieS being
encountered by the g.e n e r al
Argentine population, including
unemployment, have • created
new motives for anti-Semitism
in this country, according to re-
ports . delivered at the annual
convention of the DAIA, cen-
tral body of organized Argen-
tine Jewry, by delegates from
Correntes, La Plata, Rosario,
Buenos Aires and other centers
of Jewish population among the .
28 Argentine cities represented
here.
Dr. Isaac Goldenberg, presi-
dent of DATA, summarizing the
reports; declared that the re-
cent problems that have beset
Argentine Jewry "have demon-
strated that the Jewish leader-
ship has matured" and stated
that "external shocks have for-
tified Argentine Jewry."
Leon Peretz, of Buenos Aires,
said that "anti-Semitic techni-
ques here have been imported
from Europe, but have not
taken permanent root here.
Jews are the first, but not the
sole victims."

Ottawa University
Gives Ph.D. to Herzog

OTTAWA, (JTA) — Israel's
Ambassador here, Yaacov Herzog,
was granted an earned degree of
doctor of laws by Ottawa Uni-
versity. His thesis was on "The
Evolution of United Nations
Thought in the Field of Human
Rights."
The university expects to pub-
lish the dissertation soon in
book form. Herzog received the
additional honor of the highly
coveted award from the Bar Asso-
ciation of Paris, which is granted
through Ottawa University. He
was given that award in connec-
tion with his legal research.

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At the recent . Emil Mazey Tribute Dinner, where $240,000
in Israel Bonds were purchased by unions and individuals were
from left, Al Barbour, president of the Wayne County AFL-CIO
Council, toastmaster; Judith Beilin, Consul of Israel at New
York; Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh, Emil Mazey, secretary-treas-
urer of the UAW, guest of honor; and Walter P. Reuther, UAW
president. The dinner was sponsored by the trade union division
of the Israel Bond Organization. Cavanagh presented Mazey
with the city's Distinguished Citizen Award and Council Presi-
dent Ed Carey presented him with a Council resolution.
*
A total of $240,000 in Israel Mazey is a symbol of the kind
Bonds was subscribed by unions of concern, of conscience and
and individuals at the Emil sensitivity we need."
Mazey Tribute Dinner held
Mazey, in his response, said:
May 23 in the Veterans Memo-
"During the past 15 years
rial Building. in Detroit. With Israel has made greater pro-
800 guests in attendance, the press than any country in Asia.
affair was sponsored by the Israel has demonstrated that it
Trade 'Union Division of the is possible to have both bread
Israel Bond organization, in- and freedom. It has accomplish-
eluding a cross section of lead- ed this despite the fact that it
ers in labor, government, edu- is surrounded by hostile neigh-
cation and religion. I bors. We can learn a lesson
The subscriptions were top- from that country.
"I have advised our locals
ped by a $100,000 Bond pur-
to invest 'in Israel. Israel
chase by the UAW Interna-
Bonds are safe and • shoW a
tional, their third purchase
in this _ amount, presented by
good return and give us an
opportunity to help complete
Walter Reuther, president of
the UAW, who said: "This is the job being done -by - a duly
a token of our friendship and democratic country. Buying
solidarity with the people of
Bonds is 'people to * people
democracy.' "
Israel. Shalom!"
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh
Other union purchases included
sc,heTiA v o. , • _ presented Mazey with Detroit's
abnynoF
un
orc ded LgalHer
$15 , 000
maCk, corresponding_financial sec- Distinguished Citizen Citation
retary of the Retail Clerks Inter- and Council 'President Ed Carey
national Union; $10,000 by Local 262,
UAW; $10,000 each by Locals 12 presented a Council resolution
L ocal
praising Mazey, signed by all
tJAIW3•72,$51:01) (IV; a TIT i5o0u0n cbed
Wolfman, business - manager of the elective city officials.
United Bakery and Confectionary
He was also presented with
Workers Union, Local 30; $5,000 by
the Hotel and Restaurant Workers, a souvenir folio containing news
Local 705 of which Myra Wolfgang clippings and the names of
is secretary - treasurer; $5,000 by
who bought Israel Bonds
Local 78 and $2,000 by Local 681, those
"
UAW; $3,000 by the United Steel in his honor.

Workers of America District No. 29;
and $2,000 by the United Catering
Restaurant Bar & Hotel Workers,
Local 1064. In addition there were
individual purchases which raised
the total to $240,000.

Others on the program included
Sidney Shevitz, president of the De-
troit Jewish Community Council;
August Scholle, president of the
Michigan State AFL-CIO; Barney
Hopkins, secretary-treasurer of the
Michigan. AFL-CIO and William C.
Marshall,
eh ethtehemtexgcuti
eniekFinccempr
v
the

Speakers included Reuther,
Rabbi Morris Adler, chairman
of the UAW Public Review Rev. Henry Hitt Crane,' Minister-
Board; Judith Beilin, Consul of me pet.' and tthhee R e nxterva 1 ' eneigner
Israel in New York, and the Clement H,- Kern of Most - Holy
c h
guest of honor, Emil Mazey, Trinity
ao Chair of
men
. the dinner
secretary-treasurer of the UAW. were Barbour; Scholle, Marshall
Al Barbour, president of the and Hopkins.
Wayne County AFL-CIO Coun-
An added -touch of festivity
cil, was the toastmaster.
was lent to the occasion by the
Both Reuther and Mazey presentation of an inscribed
strongly urged t h a t the silver tray to Emil and Char-
United . States enter into a se- lotte Mazey who celebrated
curity pact with Israel.
their 25th wedding anniversary
Mazey urged: "We must use in the same' week.
our influence, we must insist
• . .-.
that the United States negotiate .
a defense pact with Israel, guar- Jewlsn, c.ommunities
anteeing its security."
in Central America
Reuther, paying tribute to
Mazey, said: "We are honoring Form Joint Body
BALBOA, Canal Zone, (JTA)
Emil Mazey and the State of
Israel because the hopes and Resolutions establishing t h e
aspirations of Israel are the same Central. American Conference
which motivate Emil Mazey. of Zionist and Jewish Com-
Israel is building a new society munal Organizations on a per-
being fashioned in the image manent basis were adopted here
of social justice, of human dig- at the conclusion of a . confer-
nity, of the worth of every ence of these organizations.
The resolutions were hailed
human being. Emil Mazey has
tried to give substance and by the delegates as a develop-
ment of great significance to
meaning to these values.
"We are for Israel not be- the Jewish communities of this
cause it is a new _state—we are region.
The conference elected Erick
for Israel because it is _a new
kind of state, because it . tries Heineman of Guatemala as pres-
to do the things for which men ident and Ralph de Lima of
have striven for centuries. What Panama as vice-president. It de-
Israel and Mazey believe and cided to reconvene in May 1964,
stand for are a good list of in Guatamala City. The pro-
values. We pledge our con- gram laid out in the conference
tinued support for Israel and resolutions called for a boost in
Israel Bonds.
immigration to Israel and the
Rabbi Adler declared: "Israel establishment of boards of ed-
is a symbol of the constructive ucation and schools for religious
genius which alone can curb Jewish education in the coun-
the devastating power man's in- tries of Central America.
genuity has let loose on the
world. Which will it be—Hiro-
The University of Michigan
shima or Jerusalem? Nagasaki was the first American institu-
or Tel-Aviv? It is pessimism tion of higher education to offer
which has become complacent. a course in forestry administra-
We need a resurgence of will. tion, in 1882.

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Plea to Soviet For
End to Discrimination

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GENEVA (JTA)—The annual
conference of the Union of Swiss
Jewish Communities called • on
the Soviet Union to end its dis-
criminatory treatment of Rus-
sian Jews, permit them to de-
velop their own cultural and
religious institutions and to allow
the reunification of families sep-
arated by World War II.
The 80 delegates, meeting in
St. Gallen, assailed the Soviet
authorities for closing syna-
gogues and other Jewish religi-
ous institutions, asserting that
these actions had deprived the
3,000,000 Russian Jews of re-
ligious facilities granted to other
faiths in Russia.



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