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July 09, 1965 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-09

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Rothschilds Seek
to Halt Sales of
Book, 'The Jews '

PARIS—Barons Guy and Ed-
mond de Rothschild and Baroness
Bathsheba de Rothschild are seek-
ing to prevent the continued sale
of a best selling book, "Les Juifs"
(The Jews) by Roger Peyrefitte.
Published last month by Flam-
marion, a major publisher, the
novel advances the idea that Jews
hold important positions in all
phases of French life and that a
great number of leading world per-
sonalities are Jews without know-
ing it.
Named are President Johnson,
the late President K e n n e d y,
Charles de Gaulle of France, Queen
Elizabeth of England, former West
German Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer, Generalissimo Francisco
Franco of Spain, Premier Fidel
Castro of Cuba, the Swedish Royal
house and the Hapsburgs. Another
is the notorious Torquemada, head
of the Spanish Inquisition in the
15th Century. The book also re-
veals so-called "secrets" about the
Rothschild dynasty.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, July 9, 1965

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Revival of the "upstairs sitting room" is a nostalgic addition to
The Whitehall model home in Olde Franklin Towne, Middlebelt at
Northwestern Hwy. A corner fireplace with "weeping mortar" is
painted white to contrast with the red and white provincial wallpaper
and there are built-in bookshelves. The decorator, Arthur's Boutique,
has added an old-fashioned school clock, wicker chair and bench
painted black and leather-upholstered bench in the Victorian mood.
The pillared Southern colonial model home is open daily and Sunday
11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturdays until 6 p.m. There are six other fur-
nished models in this 183-home community, surrounded by woods
and gentle rolling hills. Recreational parks are designed throughout
the area by the developers and will be landscaped to provide a
village green for picnics and children's games.

Jordan Appointed JDC Head

NEW YORK (JTA)—Edward M.
M. Warburg, .chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee, an-
nounced that
Charles H. Jor- ,
den of Geneva
has been named
executive head
of t h e welfare ,
agency, with the
title of director-
general. Jordan
succeeds Moses
A. Leavitt, JDC
executive vice-
chairman who
died - in Geneva
last month.
Jordan will be
in charge
JDC's programs .,
on behalf of
needy Jews in 30
countries, t h e
J D C chairman Jordan
indicated. The designation was
made at a special meeting
of the JDC Administration Com-
mittee. Jordan will continue to
maintain his headquarters in
Geneva, but will be coming to New
York for frequent consultations.
Serving under him will be Herbert
Katzki as deputy director-general
in Geneva, and Samuel L. Haber
as deputy director-general in New
York. Dorothy L. Speiser, as-
sistant treasurer, will assume ad-
ditional duties as JDC secretary.
Jordan has served as JDC's chief
operations officer since he was
named director-general for over-
seas operations in 1955. He
served for four years before that
as assistant director-general. He

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joined the JDC staff in 1941 as di-
i rector of the Caribbean area with
headquarters in Havana, Cuba.
He served in the United States
Navy during World War II and
rejoined the JDC in 1945 as di-
rector of Far Eastern activities.
In 1948 Jordan was back in Paris
in charge of the JDC emigration
department which was responsible
for the emigration of hundreds
of thousands of surviving Jews
from the DP camps.
In 1959 Jordan was named a
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor
by the French Government, in
recognition of services on behalf
of refugees who had found haven
in France. He was also named co-
chairman of the International
Committee for World Refugee
Year in 1960. He served two terms
as president of the Standing Con-
ference of Voluntary Agencies
working for Refugees, composed
of national and internation volun-
tary agencies. Mr. Jordan was
born in Philadelphia and received
his education at the University of
Berlin, and the Pennsylvania and
New York schools of social work.

Harber Elected by World ORT

ROME (JTA) — The Jewish
character of ORT was emphasized
and its non - political character
stressed in resolutions adopted at
the closing session of the World
ORT Union congress here. Dr. Wil-
liam Haber, of the University of
Michigan, was elected president
of the central
board of the
Union and Daniel
Mayer was named
chairman of its
executive c o m-
mit te e. Max
Braude was re-
named director
general.
A delegation of
World ORT Union Haber
leaders, headed by Daniel Mayer
of France, was received by Presi-
dent Saragat. The Italian President
extended to the 40 Jewish leaders
his best wishes for the future of
ORT and its work. He led the Jew-
ish leaders through the garden of
the Presidential Palace.
In other resolutions, the dele-
gates confirmed the ORT agree-
ment with the Israel Government
under which the agency will expand
its program in terms of increased
enrollment in ORT projects. The
delegates also approved maximum
efforts to avoid obsolescence of
ORT instruction techniques by set-
ting up new seminaries where in-
structors will be kept up to date
on rapidly developing technologi-
cal and teaching methods. Refresh-
er courses will be made available
to former pupils.
Dr. Abram Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, warned that
the many indications of improved
attitudes toward Jews in many
parts of the world "should not lull
us into abandoning the realism of
self-help." He spoke at the dinner

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Irving G. Rhodes
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Lehman Award

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Former Detroiter Irving G.
Rhodes, publisher of the Wiscon-
sin Jewish Chronicle, Milwaukee,
is the first recipient of the Na-
tional Lehman Award.
Rhodes, one of the best known
English-Jewish weekly newspaper
publishers, was presented with the
award by Israel Ambassador to
the U. S. Avraham Harman at
an Israel Bond dinner in Milwau-
kee at which more than $800,000 of
Israel Bonds were sold.

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LA Communal Leader,
Attorney, Dead at Age 78

LOS ANGELES (JTA)—Mendel
B. Silberberg, Jewish communal
leader and prominent attorney in
the motion picture industry, died
here at the age of 78.
0
He was a former president of
0
the Los Angeles Jewish Commun-
ity Council.
A native of Los Angeles, Mr.
Silberberg was active in the work
of the United Jewish Appeal, the
Joint Distribution Committee and
the National Conference of Chris-
* tians and Jews. He visited Israel
with a UJA study mission group.

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which followed the closing of the
ORT Congress.
Dr. Sachar said the events which
followed the proclamation of the
State of Israel in 1948 were "only
one of history's warnings" to Jews
and that the realism he proposed
was safer and healthier for Jews.
He added that few international
Jewish organizations so sensibly
followed the principle of self-help
as did ORT which, from the begin-
ning, has sought to reduce the
"luftmensch" weakness of Jewish
existance by teaching perfect
craftsmanship to its students.
He warned against "the decline
of sensitivity among Jews active
in communal endeavors," declared
that "too many of us have become
quite tired, a wall of impervious.
ness is emerging, we are less re-
sponsive, our sensitivity has been
blunted."

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