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August 07, 1964 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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USSRPolicy,Arab Propaganda Assailed at World Conference

GENEVA (JTA)—An appeal to
world public opinion for continued
"moral pressure" on the Soviet
government to have religious and
cultural rights restored to Soviet
Jewry was issued here by the Con-
ference of Jewish Organizations,
the coordinating body of major
Jewish groups active in various
countries.
A statement issued by COJO,
following the conclusion of a two-
day conference here, expressed
"deep concern" over the lack of
any "fundamental change" in the
Soviet stand toward the . Jews in
the USSR. The statement con-
demned "the process of enforced
assimilation" of the Jews in the
Soviet Union, and said that this
process threatened "to erode" the
second largest Jewish community
in the world.

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Participants in the COJO con-
ference included the World Jewish
Congress, Bnai Brith, American
Jewish Congress, Canadian Jewish
Congress, the Board of Deputies of
British Jews, Conseil Representa-
tif des Juifs de France, DAIA, the
central representative body of Ar-
gentine Jews, the executive coun-
cil of Australian Jewry, the Jew-
ish Labor Committee and the South
African Jewish Board of Deputies.
Official observers included the
Jewish Agency for Israel, Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica and Young Israel.-
Growing Understanding Among
Non-Jews for Plight in Russia
The delegates expressed appre-
ciation for the "growing Under-
standing" in the non-Jewish com-
munity for the plight of Soviet
Jews. They appealed to the Soviet
Union, on "humanitarian grounds,"
to facilitate the reuninification of
families "separated by the ravages
of war and the era of Nazi persecu-
tion."
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of the World Jewish Congress, and

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COJO chairman, expressed the water carrier project which will
hope that the "liberal and prog- tap the Jordan River to irrigate
PLAN NOW FOR
ressive elements and forces with the country's arid Negev region.
ROSH HASHONAH
friendly ties to the Soviet Union
However, both he and delegates
& YOM KIPPUR
will bring even more of their in- presenting reports on Arab League
Sept. 6 to 17th
fluence to bear" in support of Sov- activities in their countries stressed
Rates on Request
iet Jews.
that Arab propaganda went beyond
He reported he had concluded political hostility to Israel to in-
negotiations with the Polish gov- clude "distinct anti-Semitic ele-
ernment for inclusion of a Jewish ments and links to neo-Nazi and re-
DAVID ROSNER'S
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on the site of the Auschwitz death ports noted this had been particu-
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POOL
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CABANAS
nationalities murdered in AusCh
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SHERIDAN GLAMOUR
preciation" to the Polish govern-
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ment for its efforts to keep alive
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Jewish groups to "participate ac-
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The conference also endorsed
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Services avail-
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unanimously plans to mark the
Weekly Rates: From $57.50 Daily: From $10.50
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Children: Up to 3 yrs. $27.50 4 to 6 $37.50
Synagogue
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of Nazi concentration camps, and
recommended that its constituent
Write for Brochure or Phone 124, Maurice Steuben, Prop.
members take part in a commem-
• LARGE HEATED SWIMMING POOL •
orative program in Poland in May,
1965.
Forthcoming Statement on Jews
by Ecumenical Council Discussed
Why not make arrangements now to spend a pleasant
The conference held a compre-
time
with us during the High Holidays?
hensive discussion on Catholic-
Jewish relations in the light of the
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the Ecumenical Council, which re-
sumes its session at the Vatican in
September.
Mount Clemens, Michigan
The delegates adopted a recom-
mendation to set up a world-wide
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clearing house for research into
and dissemination of information
Dietary laws carefully adhered to.
about Arab anti-Jewish propaganda
activity, to be established in New
Free transportation from any of the
York City and maintained byCOJO
Depots or Airports in Detroit.
for its constituent groups and for
other Jewish organizations a n d
communities.
Write or phone
A number of delegates reacted
favorably to a proposal by Label
A. Katz, president of Bnai Brith
an a COJO vice-chairman, that
COJO constituents consider the ad-
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visability of convening national
conferences in their countries to
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mobilize public opinion in protest
Managing
against the deterioration of Soviet
Jewish community life.
Owner
Yaacov Herzog, deputy director
general of Israel's foreign office,
told the conference that anti-Israel
political propaganda by Arab
states, while "at present organized
and implemented with greater
sophistication than ever before,"
is not deterring Israel's progress
and its diplomatic and trade rela-
takes pride in announcing the appointment of
tions.
The diplomat, who was Israel's
minister to the United States and
then to Canada, said that despite
"massive propaganda efforts," car-
to their staff
ried on in about 60 countries, there
had been little acceptance of Arab
arguments against Israel's national
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 7, 1964
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whether the baker has fulfilled
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