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August 14, 1964 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-14

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JWV Convention Statement Commends
`Inspired Leadership of Pope Paul'

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—The Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A., meet-
ing here for their 69th annual
convention, in one of its first offi-
cial orders of business, publicly
commended Pope Paul VI for his
"inspired leadership in all areas

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of human need without regard to
religious affiliation."
Addressing the convention, Dan-
iel Neal Heller, JWV national
commander, expressed the hope
that the third session of the Ecu-
menical Council, to be convened
in Rome next month will definite-
ly discuss the proposed declara-
tion on relations between the
Catholic church and Jews and
other non-Christians.
"It is both fitting and proper,"
Commander Heller said, "for
Christians and Jews to encourage
each other in finding ways toward
greater understanding. The
church's efforts to root out from
Christian ritual and teaching, the
ancient charge of Jewish collective
guilt for the death of Jesus, have
been important steps forward in
opening up new doors to under-
standing between Christians and
Jews."
Abraham Kraditor of New York,
chairman of the Foreign Affairs
Committee of the JWV, called
for immediate severance of all
forms of American assistance to
Egypt in view of reports that the
Nasser regime provided North
Vietnam with the torpedo boats
which attacked the American
destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin.
Addressing the JWV committee
formulationg the convention res-
olutions, Kraditor said that the
United States Government now has
authority under the Gruening-
Javits amendment to the Foreign
Assistance Act to cancel American
aid to any regime which uses its
own assets for irresponsible ac-
quisition of Soviet arms.
Morton London of Teaneck, N.
J., a past national commander of
the JWV, warned the committee
that "1964 may well be the big
year for ultra-rightists who are
using, the civil rights issue to
whip up sentiment for their phil-
osophy. Americans must guard
against being used as pawns in
this very real and very dangerous
bid for power." The convention is
expected to act on a number of
resolutions pertaining to the ultra-
right issue.

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gold, and as easy to forget as to
break a vessel of glass.—Hagigah
14.

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SHORT STAY in Toronto re-
cently almost seemed like we
never left Detroit . . . Never saw
so many localites take over one
spot as they did . . . Many were
there to witness and engage in
the huge bridge tournament being
held in Toronto and others like
ourselves were just there for sheer
good fun under the sun . . . Friend
Lou Arnold, owner of the Brown
Derby nitery in Toronto, made sure
it was both day and night for Rae
and Charlie Matler, Dorothy and
Dave Aaron and Sophie and Mel
Richman . . . "Emmy" Goodman
and hubby, Dr. Danny Goodman
counted the master points they
had won . . . before leaving to
continue their vacation in Califor-
nia . . . So many other familiar
faces, we couldn't remember them
all . . . Evelyn and Dr. Alex Gay-
nor, Frances and Murray Bloom,
Elsie and Harold Gelman, Shirley
and Bill Jacobs, Sarah and Lou
Rogovin, Shirley and Abe Bud-
man, Frances and Hank Bogorad,
the Jack Rossens, the Ben Neshef-
skys, etc., etc.
* * *
LISTEN FOR A couple of songs
written by very talented Lennie
Woolf . .. "Run Across The Sky"
and "Till Then."
* * *
THANKS TO THE grand order
Knights of Pythias, Detroit Lodge
55 will send two underprivileged
children to camp at Burt Lake
Since the boys must be physically
examined, Dr. Norman Bolton of
Detroit No. 55 will perform the
services without charge . . . One
of the boys, an undersized 10-
year-old, needs bathing trunks, pa-
jamas, underclothes and socks .. .
If you can help, contact Sid Wolf-
son, lodge secretary, at DI 2-0464.
* * *
REASON WHY Harold Weiss
keeps looking in the mirror these
days is obvious after his recent
trip to Sarnia, Ontario . . . While
vacationing at the Sahara Motel,
Harold, wife Ruth and children
Allan and Susie were having break-
fast in the dining room one morn-
ing . . . The hostess came over to
Harold and said, "Pardon me, sir,
there is a telephone call for Rev-
erend Callpepper . . Are you
Reverend Callpepper?"
* * *
SURPRISE 25th WEDDING An-
niversary for Frances and George
Ober by children, Phil, Marsha
and Bunny Rosenberg, was rip-
roaring good time . . . After the
shock was over, Frances and
George still couldn't believe they
were "taken in." . . . Ruse used
to get them to the Raleigh House
was to pick up close friend Sammy
Woolf, supposedly appearing at a
benefit, and then with Sammy and
wife Ann, they were to celebrate
at the Elmwood in Canada.
* * *
IT WOULD BE justice if most
of those so-called "fights" on TV
were taken off and good air time
not wasted . . We were forced
to watch one recently at a friend's
house . . . They called it a fight,
but if a certain man and wife we
know ever put on a show like that,
their youngsters would boo them!

A pre-back-to-school treat for
the entire family comes to North-
land Playhouse Aug. 25-30: Rodg-
ers and Haminerstetin's "Sound of
Music" with Lawrence Brooks and
Mimi Torque.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, August 14, 1964

Jewish Memorial Planned on Site of
Former Dachau Concentration Camp

MUNICH (JTA)—The Interna-
tional Dachau Committee has deci-
ded to set up a memorial on the
site of the former concentration
camp which will include separate
Jewish, Catholic and Protestant
memorial halls.
The structure in memory of the
Jewish victims who died at the
camp has been designed by Her-
mann Gutmann, a Frankfurt archi-
tect, and will be built under the
sponsorship of the Bavarian Jew-
ish Communists. The project,
which will cost 250,000 deutsche-
marks ($62,500), will be dedicated
in April 1965 on the 20th annivers-
ary of the liberation of the camp.
Remains of human bodies were
discovered today near the cremat-
orium at the former Bergen-Bel-
se•t concentration camp, where
many thousands of Jews had per-
ished. The discovery was made by
officials of Lower Saxony inspect-

ing the camp site, at Hannover.

Workmen were ordered immediate-
ly to erect a fence around the
area, and the remains will be trans-
ferred to a Jewish mass grave
nearby, officials said.

The Jewish nation can be liken-
ed to the dust and can be liken-
ed to the stars; when it falls, it
falls as low as the dust, and when
it rises, it rises as high as the
stars.—Megillah 16.

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