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August 09, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-09

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Judge Friedman's Role in Bnai
Brith Recalled at Final Rites

British Parliament Adopts. Measure
Prohibiting Anti-Semitic Incitement

The late Judge William Fried-
man's role in the Bnai Brith
and in behalf of many Jewish
and civic movements was re-
called at the funeral services
last Friday at the Shaarey
Zedek. It was the first such
service held in the new sanc-
tuary, thus marking an added
tribute to the departed com-
munity leader.
In addition to the eulogy by
Rabbi Morris Adler, tribute

was paid to the deceased by-
Alfred Bounin, who spoke in
behalf of the Bnai Brith. Can-
LONDON, (JTA)—The House soon as it obtains the Queen's The bill is an amendment to
tor J. H. Sonenklar participated of Commons adopted a bill consent.
the old Public Order Act of
in the funeral service.
aimed at incitements to rioting
The bill stems from parlia- 1936.
See Editorial, Page 4
by fascists and others who mentary and popular opposit-
A Conservative member of
The late Judge Friedman's Would d i s t u r b the "public ion to the fascist and anti-
nephews and his law partners order." The bill had already Semitic incitements that caused the Common s, T. H. Skeet,
in the firm of Friedman, Meyers been passed by the House of rioting in Trafalgar Square voiced objections to one clause
and Keys were the pallbearers. Lords and will become law as here a year ago. At that time, of the amendment which pro-
vides equal penalties for those
Honorary p a 11 b e ar e r s in-
Colin Jordan's National • Social- who incite to riot, and others
cluded distinguished local pion-
ist movement staged demon- who heckle the inciters.
eer leaders and members of the Eshkol Has Parley
strations at which Hitler was
He maintained that the heck-
judiciary — Judges Lila Neuen- with Herut Party
glorified.
lers had "the right to defend
feld and Carl M. Weideman and
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Israel Sees Large
Jordan has since served a their rights." He also said he
former Supreme Court Justice
to The Jewish News)
six - month prison se ntenc e. regretted that the bil would
George Bushnell. The other
Influx in British,
JERUSALEM — Prime Minis-
honorary pallbearers were ter Levi Eshkol met with a Many organizations, including not halt the distribution of
U.S. Immigration
Morse Goldman, Abraham three-man deputation of the some of the leading Jewish fascist and anti-Semitic litera-
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Urging Srere, who, for .a few years, was rightist Herut party in the groups in this country, have ture.
concentration on efforts to pro- associated with the late Mr. first meeting between Herut advocated a change in the law
mote immigration into Israel Friedman in the pratice of law, members and a Prime Minister to forbid that type of incite -
from the free countries, S. Z. Saul Saulson, Harry Bielfield, since the Sinai Campaign of ment.
/r4 l i °"‘
In summarizing the aims of
Shragai, a member of the Jew- Morris • Leppel, Dr. Peter M. 1956.
the
-
bill,
Henry
Brooke,
the
ish Agency executive, said there Bernstein, Louis Robinson, Ben-
During the hour-long meet-
/j
is a potential Jewish immigra- amin Nucian and Louis Rosen- ing in the Parliament building Home Secretary, told Commons
tion to this country from North t hal, and Cary Groce, who was the Prime Minister discussed that he was determined, with
4 .10*
America and Britain alone, Mr. Friedman's chauffeur and a variety of topics with the the aid of the new measure, to
MICHIGAN
reaching about 15,000 to 20,000 c ompanion during the years of Herut deputies including secur- stop "the antics of fascists,
a year.
is illness. The latter broke ity and foreign affairs. The Communists, t h e self - styled
However, he said, to activate d own and wept after the serv- deputation members later ex- anti-nuclear Committee of 100
this potential, it would be neces- ce, indicating how he had be- pressed satisfaction with the and other extremists."
DETROIT
sary to improve absorption con- c ome attached to the departed cordial atmosphere of the meet-
The bill provides maximum
ditions here.
urist for whom he had cared ing. The meeting, which was fines up to $1,400 and im-
Shragai, who heads the o loyally.
requested by Herut, was expect- prisonment up to a term of 23
Agency's immigration depart-
ed to be followed by periodic months for convicted violators.
ment, made his statement ab ,. ..4t
briefings to keep opposition
potential immigration from Dedicate Monument
members posted on important
A PHONE. - CALL WILL'ilSAVE YOU - $
North America and England in to 90,000 Jews
developments.
the course of a press conference
The
meeting
aroused
much
at which he denied reports that Slain in Sosnowice
interest in the Knesset lobbies
wifitArrs
the c u r r e n t immigration has
LONDON, (JTA)—A granite where the briefing was regard-
"swamped" the country with so- monument was formally dedi- ed as another indication of the
cial welfare cases.
cated as the site of the Sosno- Prime Minister's goal of dissi-
Referring to a breakdown of wice Ghetto in Poland on the pating old political grudges.
maw
last year's immigration, he said occasion of the 20th anniver-
PONTIA6;:.K4ICHIGAN
that 53 per cent of the new- sary of the destruction by the
Michigan's total land area,
comers were aged 16 or less; Nazis of the Sosnowice and 36,494,080 acres, is larger than
DODGE . DART
about 20 per cent between 17 Bendin ghettos, where some
DODGE TRUCK
and 30; and 18 per cent between 90,000 Jews were murdered or Greece, larger than Switzer-
338-4541
the ages of 31 and 50. The "hard deported and later liquidated, land and Portugal combined,
nearly five times the size
core" social welfare cases, he it was reported from Warsaw. and
TgE HOUSE SERVICE' IS- BUILDING
of Belgium.
said, did not exceed 5 per cent;
while "borderline" cases, such
as widows with children, consti-
tuted some 10 per cent. This was
unavoidable, he s t ate d, in a
"complex" immigration which,
in many cases, cannot be con-
trolled by the Agency either as
Sponsored by a Group of Detroit Educators, Rabbis and Leaders of Conservative Synagogues
to source or rate. Replying to
criticism about many immi-
announces the opening of its
grants having large families or
many ill and aged, he said "dis-
crimination would amount to
tyranny.'

AUG

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The Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit

SIXTH YEAR

Israel Admitted
to International
Standards Group

PARIS, (JTA)—Israel was ...d-
mitted here to a unit of the
Organization for Economic Co-
operation and Develor.ment, the
20-member body that includes
18 West European nations, plus
the United States and Canada.
The organization's C o u n c
meeting here, announced that
Israel has been admitted to the
OECD "scheme" for interna-
tional standards for fruit and
vegetables.
The "scheme" is designed to
insure that products entering
trade among the OECD coun-
tries conform with agr'ed
standards in regard to quality
and homogeneity. OECD stand-
ardization is regarded as an es-
sential economic factor in the
trade in perishable products,
where transport and marketing
are a constant problem. Israel
is the first non-member coun-
try • of OECD admitted to this
"scheme" and, so f - r, the only
non-member in the plan. Its
admission is generally regarded
here as a further step in
Israel's participation in the
OECD's work.

S. African Jewish
Board of Deputies
Marks 60th Year

JOHANNESBURG, (JTA) —
The South African Jewish Board
of Deputies marked the 60th
anniversary of its founding at
the organization's monthly meet-
ing, Aug. 4.

ON SEPTEMBER 4, 1963

In

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