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June 11, 1965 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Neumann Rejects Myer Feinstein, Recently Honored as Friend of Israel, Succumbs at 69
PHILADRI .PHIA ( JTA ) Myer delphia in 1954. Treasurer of the of Israel etsablished to honor per- of the Edwih Rosenberg award Of
Attacks on WZO Feinstein,
Philadelphia banker who Jewish Publication Society and of sons who combined contributions the Council of Jewish Federations
served as a member of the national Gratz College, he was a member to their own nation with friendship and Welfare Funds and the State
by Conservatives campaign cabinet of the United of the executive committee of the of Israel. He was also the recipient of Israel Medallion of Valor.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr. Eman- Jewish Appeal and as a national
uel Ne um an n, chairman of the board member of the Joint Distri-
American Se ction of the Jewish bution Committee, died June 6 at
Agency, took issue with, some of age 09.
the Conservative rabbis who at
He was president of the Jewish
their recent convention criticized Exponent, local English - Jewish
the World Zionist Organization and weekly, and served 'as president of
urged its replacement by a World the Allied Jewish Appeal of Phila-
Jewish Assembly. Declaring that
the statement presented at the con-
vention "does not reflect the views Eshkol Hails Gemini Trip
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Prime
of large numbers" of the Conserva-
Minister Levi Esihkol Tuesday sent
tive rabbis," Dr.-Neumann said:
"As I note, the criticism of the to President Johnson a message of
WZO was not adopted as an ex- congratulations on the success of
pression of the convention; it ex- Gemini 4 space mission.
pressed the views of a five-member
committee in the course of a wide-
• 'Rk.
ranging, free-wheeling document
touching on a variety of subjects
and criticizing other Jewish organi-
zations and institutions, as well.
It obviously does not represent the
views of large numbers of Con-
servative rabbis who are actively
. devoted to the Zionist movement.
If the World Zionist Organization
was highlighted in the press re-
ports, it is but a reflection of the
unique position it occupies in the
Jewish world.
"Such attacks from various quar-
ters, coupled with the suggestion
that the WZO should make way for
some other worldwide organization
vaguely conceived, began to be
heard immediately after the suc-
cessful establishment of the State
of Israel. But these periodic blasts
of the trumpet, whatever the moti-
vation, did not shatter the Walls
of Jericho. •
"In the present instance the cri-
ticism is directed more particu-
larly at the structure of the WZO
at the very moment when it is
seriously engaged in a number of
steps designed to modify its own
structure and broaden its base, in
accordance with the decisions of
the last Zionist Congress. Among
these steps now in the process of
implementation are: the enlarge-
ment of the World Zionist Execu-
tive (Jewish Agency) to include
representative Jewish personalities
on a non-party basis; broadening
the composition of the Zionist Gen-
eral Council (Actions Committee)
in a similar manner; and the set-
ting up of a special commission
on the structure of the Zionist
Movement.
"I regard a c e r t a in ferment
- among many Conservative rabbis
as a -sign of alertness to the many
problems and challenges confront-
ing our generation; and I have a
feeling of kinship with those who
• are earnestly seeking answers to
perplexing questions, I .am confi-
dent that the Conservative move-
ment with its long history' of pro-
Zionist effort and orientation will
not be guided by negativist • atti-
tudes, but will seek and find posi-
tive, constructive answers to the
question of its relationship with
the World Zionist movement."

""

Federation of Jewish Agencies of
Greater Philadelphia as well as of
the United Fund, United Hias Serv-
ice and the Home for the Jewish
Aged.
He was awarded last month the
Shield of Israel award of the State

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NEW YORK — Samuel I. New-
house, publisher with the fastest-
growing newspaper chain in the
United States, will join a paper
company this 'fall to build a plant
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To be built in a southern state
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The end does not justify the
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