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September 06, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-06

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ADL Mission Will
Tell Germans Ways
of Fighting Bigotry

Danny Syme Describes 'Beautiful Memories' of Jerusalem Conference

.

Daniel Bailey Syme, son of resolutions in a different area my guitar for the group, I trembling with emotion, ex-
Rabbi and Mrs. M. Robert Syme, of Jewish life, Jewish educa- thanked them for being such pressed
hopes and dreams
having just returned from a tion, leadership, world Jewry, wonderful companions. I said of Jews the
throughout
the Dias-
Twelve American civil rights tour
Israel and participation Israel and the Golah, and Jew- that we would never see each pora. I shall never forget
specialists arrived in Bonn, in the of World
his
ish youth and the adult corn- other again, but that we should words. 'Danny,' he said, 'You
Germany, on an exchange mis- Jewish Youth
munity.
always remember the experi- are wrong. We will see each
sion concerned with problems Conference in
"I served on the organization ences we shared.
of democracy.
other again. Next year — in
Jerusalem,
de-
"It was then that a young man Jerusalem.' Such beautiful mem-
committee, whose job it was to
The group, representing the scribed his ex-
lay the national and regional from Brazil rose and in a voice ories are precious . . ."
Anti-Defamation League of
as
groundwork for a World Jewish
Bnai Brith, will work with Ger- periences
"precious" and
Youth Congress, which is the
man civic officials, youth and said
•that his
pet project of the Agency.
community leaders, at the in- memories
of
vitation of the Federal Republic, seven weeks
"A struggle began between the
in an effort to explore how
Zionists and non-Zionists, re
Et/y*44a
in
Israel
"will
American experience is combat- remain indel-
ligious and non-religious groups •
ting bigotry can be applied to
What should be the stand on
ibly inscribed Danny Syme
the German scene.
Aliyah of these groups? Should
in
my
heart
and
mind."
Th e exchange, sponsored
we require religious services?
Daniel was selected to rep- hours.
jointly by the Bonn government
Finally, the committee
and an American Jewish or- resent Detroit at the Jewish was forced to make all of its
National
Fund-sponsored
youth
ganization, aims to obtain per-
resolutions merely recommenda-
sonal understanding of post-war conference held early this year. tions.
During
his
stay
in
Israel
he
par-
problems in Germany. The
"U.S. youth objected to the
No taste In the world like Wilno Kosher salami
League group will live with ticipated, in the dedication of the Zionist and Aliya proposals, not
—so good, and so good for you! All pure
German families in the cities Hebrew Union College Center because of opposition to them,
beef, made the famous Wilno way
they visit. Headed by Benjamin in Jerusalem.
but because the London meeting
Reporting on the World which sets up the conference
R. Epstein, ADL national di-
with the finest of skilfully blended
spices. Tempting, tantalizing—
rector, it includes educators, Youth Conference, which was had laid down rules stating that
lawyers, social scientists and convened by the Jewish Agency `no ideological trends' were to
that's why Wilno is so
and which had representatives be discussed. We had to state
public affairs specialists.
famous. Try it,
The program is a continuation from 200 youth organizations in to the delegates that U. S.
today!
of an exchange inaugurated in more than 40. countries, he tells youth could not be a part of
At Leading Delicatessens,
Supermarkets
&
Restaurants
of
having
been
housed
with
fel-
1960 after a visit to Germany
anything that violated the basic
by Epstein and Nathan C. Belth, low delegates from Norway, tenents of the conference.
an ADL executive, to study the Mexico City, Vienna and Brazil,
"The last night of the confer-
causes of swastika smearings in ages of 20 to 25. He states in ence, 25 or 30 of us from seven
which had broken out in Co- his report:
or eight countries sat around
WILNO KOSHER -.-
"Two conclusions were immed- a campfire singing, talking, rem-
logne and spread to the United
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA
Staates and elsewhere in the iately brought home to me; first, iniscing. The time passed quickly,
world.
that Jewish life is widespread; until I found it was 4:30 a.m.
Distributed in Detroit & Michigan by:
and second, that the word 'youth' After playing a final song on
JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit—Tel: UN 2-5822
has an entirely different con
Leader of Moroccan
notation in Europe and South
Jewry Gets Office on
America, than it does in Amer-
Chamber of Commerce ica. Whereas in America, our
CASABLANCA, ( J T A) --- Jewish youth organizations be-
David Amar, president of the gin when young people are 14
Moroccan Jewish Communities, or 15, other countries initiate
was elected vice-president of such activities at the age of 19
the Rabat Chamber of Com- or 20. Thus, I, who am 17, found
merce and Industry. Two promi- myself at one of the sessions,
nent members of the Jewish debating with an attorney, a
Community were elected to the 33-year-old 'youth'. Fortunately,
chamber in Casablanca.
the question was ideological
rather than factual, which en-
abled me to counter his argu-
A GOOD MAN TO KNOW !
ments. Personally, I feel that
the age e of conference delegates
For Some should be lowered to a maximum
bravo! bravo! bravissimol Italian-style!
age of 25, to insure a 'youth'
of the
convention.
best buys
"We heard many other speak-
ers, but Ben Gurion was the
on new
most exciting. The former Prime
Minister discussed the difference
Pontiacs
between Israel and other states
and
of the world. He uttered an im-
p a s s i o n e d plea for 'youth
Tempest
throughout the world to come
here to nurture and nourish the
country and convert it into
something that all the nations
of the world will look up to and
AT
cherish.' "
After the excitment of the
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