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January 03, 1964 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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Lord Mancroft to Become Chairman Danny Raskin's Indicate Johnson
Kennedy's Policy of Aid to Egypt
of New Travel Company for Israel

LONDON, (JTA)—Lord Man- Israel" which plans to develop
croft, the Jewish peer who was tourism in Israel and the East-
forced from the board of a ma- ern Mediterranean area.
The 49-year-old Jewish busi-
jor British insurance firm under
Arab pressure. will become nessman is already chairman of
chairman of a new travel com- "Global Tours," a subsidiary of
Sir Isaac Wolfson's Great Uni-
pany for Israel.
He will head "Global Tours to versal Stores chain. Lord Man-
croft said, concerning his new
post: "We have had this in mind
Jewish, Negro Youths for a considerable time, cer-
Meet on Civil Rights
tainly before the Norwich Union
ATLANTIC CITY — Joint affair. We aim to encourage
Jewish-Negro action discussions more people to travel to Israel
on civil rights are being planned and are also seeking to bring
throughout the country as a more Israelis to Europe and
result of consultation between America."
Jews and Negroes of college
age here.
Sentence Three Youths
The Jewish group consisted
FOr Anti-Jewish Acts
of 150 members of Atid—the
ROME, (JTA) — Three Ital-
college-age organization of the ian youths were sentenced to
United Synagogue of America— 10 months in prison after they
which held its fourth annual were found guilty of having
convention under the sponsor- smeared swastikas on a syna-
ship of the United Synagogue's gogue and several public build-
Department of Youth Activities. ings last February. A representa-
Hosts to 50 Negro young peo- tive of the Jewish community
ple from the St. Paul Baptist withdrew from the case when
Church in Philadelphia. led by the defendants gave a declara-
their pastor, the Rev. E. Luther
tion that they "never intended
Cunningham, Atid members ex-
plored with their guests practi- to offend the memory of inno-
cal m e th o d s of dissipating cent victims of the forces of
stereotype images of the Negro intolerance."
Four months of the sentence
and the Jew. They also sought
methods of combating racial and covered the charge of contempt
religious prejudice and serving of religion and constituted the
fir s t time since the Second
the cause of civil rights.
World War that jail sentences
were handed down by an Italian
Contributions to Hebrew
court for contempt for the Jew-
University Are Tax Exempt
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Con- ish religion.
tributions to the American
Canada Refuses Tax
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
Deductions to Shammes
sity are tax deductible, as here-
TORONTO, (JTA) — The Ca-
tofore, under the U.S. Internal
Revenue Service regulation con- nadian Tax Appeal. Board ruled
cerning the deductibility of that a ritual director (shammes)
charitable contributions to of a synagogue is not entitled
American philanthropic organi- to the same income tax deduc-
zations with overseas programs, tions as a rabbi. The board made
it was announced by Lionel R. its decision in a judgement re-
Bauman, president of American jecting an appeal by Theodore
Friends.
Bloom, ritual director of Toron-
to's Bnai Israel Beth David
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Synagogue, against a ruling of
the Revenue Department.
Bloom claimed a tax deduction
WHEN YOU PICK A COCKTAIL of $1,500 for rent paid for his
his apartment in 1961. He made


the claim under a section of the
Income Tax Act which permits
members of the clergy to deduct
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rent from taxable income.

LISTENING

LOOKING BACK ON COLUMNS
OF YESTERYEARS

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
White House, in its first public
expression on Near East policy
since Lyndon B. Johnson be-
came President, indicated that
there will be continuity of
President Kennedy's last ex-
pressed views on the continua-
tion of American aid to the
United Arab Republic.
Myer Feldman, White House
Deputy Special Counsel, wrote
to David Neal Heller, national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans, recalling the Kennedy
statements in connection with
the new amendment adopted
by Congress on the severance
of aid to the UAR. Heller had
written President Kennedy on
Nov. 15, urging that the amend-
ment be implemented. Feldman
informed Heller that "I have
brought the letter to the at-
tention of President Johnson."
The amendment called on the
President to either sever aid to
nations—like the UAR—which
practice or prepare for aggres-
sion, or certify to Congress that
he has found such nations de-
serving of continued aid.
Feldman recalled that Pres-
ident Kennedy pointed out that
this amendment would "ser-
iously restrict our flexibility in
dealing with the UAR." Mr.
Kennedy had "stressed that the
President bears particular
responsibilities in the field of
foreign policy and that, in car-
rying out these responsibilities,
account must be taken of the
fact that the world is constantly
changing. Legislaive restraints

could deny the President the
flexibility essential for coping
with such changes and impair
the effectiveness of quiet diplo-
matic efforts to influence devel-
opments in a constructive man-
ner."
Feldman added that "Pres-
ident Johnson has made the
continuity of United States
policy abundantly clear, both to
the American public and to
foreign governments."

Los Angeles Home
for Aged to Expand

SEPT. 5, 1952—The Daniel
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—The
Siegel family, better known as
Los Angeles Jewish Home for
"The Royal House of Golfing,"
the Aged is planning the largest
has enhanced its reputation as
building project ever undertaken
Knollwood's finest when Mrs.
in Southern California for aged
Blanche Siegel shot a hole-in-
Jews in a $3,000,000 expansion
one, last week, on the 174 yard
program, according to M. F. Berg,
president of the Home.
6th hole . . . Her being women's
champ a couple of times is but a
drop in the bucket now . . . Son
Bill, 17, captain of the Central
GREAT
High team, defended the Junior
ENTERTAINMENT
Championship title he held at
King-Size Drinks
Hot Corned Beef and Pastrami
Knollwood for the past three
years . . . Another son, Bob, 22,
gotta hankerin' for
won the recent Presidents Day
Tourney with a very neat 75
Ribald Folk Songs?
. . . Not to be outdone, the un-
sung senior member of the fam-
The Great
ily, Daniel, also captured him-
self a division championship in
the week all this was happening.
. . . is a folk-singing sen-
SEPT. 26, 1952—Harry Potoc-
sation with a hilarious
sense of humor! Don't
sky, DSR driver and the man
miss him!
most likely to become the next
• Ribald Ballads
president of Local 16, reports
• Delicious Dinners
the Jewish employees of the
• Friendly Atmosphere
DSR had to work on Rosh Hash-
. . . he is packing 'em in
anah . . . because of a shortage
every night at the .. .
of manpower . . . for the first
NO COVER
NO MINIMUM
time . . • but that all will defi-
nitely be excused from work on
Magnificent
Yom Kippur . . . Nate Kaufman,
charman of the 15th Democratic
Congressional District, is one
of six men on the staff of Prose-
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Leonard Simons, George Kent,
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Albert Goldfarb . . . Nate's only
brother, Wolfe Kaufman, is a
Our Latest "NEW"
former Detroiter . . • back in
at the
the old home town as producer
of the musical coming to the
Cass, "Paint Your Wagon" star-
ring Burl Ives . . . Wolfe was
is
a reporter for the Detroit Times
before leaving for New York,
where he now establishes resi-
Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner
dence.
and
OCTOBER 3, 1952Sammy
Cocktails, too!
Woolf, now directing his own
Service also continues in
band, can be considered one of
the community's leading and
most experienced entertainers
Lunch — Dinner — Late Supper
. . . 25 years ago, Sammy en-
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