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August 30, 1963 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-30

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NEW YORK, (JTA) — Seven
young people from overseas
working in two residential treat-
ment centers of to Jewish Child
Care Association of New York
agree that the major difference
in child care philosophy as be-
tween the United States and
Europe is on the issue of dici-
pline.
"In my country," says Mike
Warren of Britain, a youth
worker at the Association's
Pleasantville Cottage school in
northern Westchester, "when we
tell the kids to do something,
they do it. Here they first want
to know why." The other six are
from Holland, Sweden and Ire-
land. They came to the United
States under sponsorship of the
International Counselor Ex-
change program.
Four are at the Pleasantville
school, a residential* treatment
center for 180 boys and girls,
eight to 16 years of age. Three
are at the Edenwald School in
the Bronx, which cares for 62
mentally retarded boys and girls
from eight to 16. Both institu-
tions provide a f ull summer
camp program and engage spe-
cial counselors. This year, they
are the ICE designates. One
will remain a year. The others
will be in the United States for
three months.
The visiting counselors agreed
that the greater freedom which
children have in the United
States "fits into your whole cul-
ture and outlook. In American
families the father is not the
undisputed authority he is in
Europe and authority in general
is less formal here."

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JTA Report on Sen. Goldwater Misquoted •
Correction Demanded of Herald-Tribune

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
asked the New York Herald
Tribune to publish a correction
of assertions made in a Herald
Tribune syndicated column to
the effect that the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency had accused
Senator Barry Goldwater, Ari-
zona Republican, of anti-Semit-
ism. The charge was made in
the Roland Evans-Robert Novak
column, published by the Herald
Tribune on Aug. 21. The 47-
year-old news agency asked the
Herald Tribune to send the cor-
rection to all newspapers pub-
lishing the Evans-Novak column.
The Herald Tribune columnists
charged that "Liberal Jewish
sources are implying nothing
less than anti-Semitism to Gold-
water himself." The attack on
the Conservative Republican,
they said, came in "a dispatch
by the influential and liberal
Jewish Telegraphic Agency."
The implied theme of this dis-
patch, the columnists said,, was
that "Goldwater is trying to
appease the anti-Semites by be-
coming one himself." The "sole
source" for this charge, they
said, was a Goldwater interview
on a Washington radio station
on July 25 criticizing the Jews
for their alleged support of the
Democratic Party.
The Evans-Novak report was
based on a column by Milton
Friedman, JTA Washington cor-
respondent, released by JTA a
week previously to English-
language Jewish newspapers
throughout the country.
Lipsky Denies Imputed
Political Partisanship; Cites
`Journalistic Fairness'
Eleazar Lipsky, president of
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
denied charges of political par-
tisanship imputed in the Herald
Tribune column. He said:
"T he Jewish Telegraphic
Agency is an impartial, objec-
tive news service reporting de-
velopments honestly and accur-
ately. It is neither Democratic
nor Republican. Mr. Friedman's
column was a fair and objective
statement of the facts. Mr.
Friedman's interpretation of
these facts was well within the
limitations on comment imposed
on reporters.
"Mr. Friedman did not accuse
Sen. Goldwater of anti-Semitism,
as a careful reading of his
column will show. He did quote
a responsible Jewish source as

characterizing the position taken
by Sen. Goldwater as one of
`appeasement of his detractors
at the expense of the Jewish
community.' The editors of JTA
are aware of the identity of the
official who made this statement,
and are satisfied as to his quali-
fications to pass this judgment.
"Mr. Friedman did not, as the
Evans - Novak column implied,
assert that it was Sen. Gold-
water's statement that the Jews
supported the Democratic Party,
that 'shocked persons of the
Jewish faith.' What many Jews
have found shocking is Sen.
Goldwater's identification of
Jews with a party which he de-
scribed—in his own words as
one which 'opened the doors
wide to Communism all over the
world' and which, in the Sena-
tor's words, made treaties 'that
have allowed their own people,
the Jewish people, to suffer
through pogroms and anti-Semit-
ism all over the world.'
"Journalistic fairness should
have impelled the Herald-Trib-
une columnists to give the full
quotation. It should also have
deterred them from seeking to
create the impression that the
JTA correspondent had seized
on an isolated case of Sen. Gold-
water speaking out on the
American Jewish community.
Sen. Goldwater has made a se-
ries of statements criticizing
American Jews for alleged sup-
port of the Democratic party.

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`Haym Solomon

WASHINGTON (JTA) Sec-
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made known that the name of
Haym Solomon, Jewish patriot
famous for his Revolutionary
War activities, has been added
to the list of prospective names
for fleet ballistic missile sub-
marines. This information was
given by the Navy Department

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"Before writing his column,
Mr. Friedman sought an inter-
view with Sen. Goldwater to
give him the opportunity to re- 18039
view and clarify the remarks he Wyoming
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HAYM SOLOMON
to Rep. William L. St. Onge of
Connecticut, who introduced a
bill in Congress last May, pro-
viding that one of the nuclear
submarines to be built at Gro-
ton, Conn., be named the
"U.S.S. Haym Solomon."
In notifying St. Onge, the
Navy Department stated: "The
name of Haym Solomon, the
Revolutionary War financier
who supported the American
cause, both by brilliant and de-
voted service and by the sacri-
fice of his personal fortune"
has been added to the names to
be given newly commissioned
missile submarines. Although
the Navy did not indicate how
soon the name would be as-
signed, St. Onge said he hoped
it would be in the near future.

Israel's Arab population in-
cludes a community of some
22,000 Druses who broke away
from Islam in the eleventh cen-
tury. They perform an annual
pilgrimage to the traditional
site of the tomb of Jethro,
father-in-law of Moses, in Lower
Galilee.

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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, August 30, 1963

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Disciplined, Say
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