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August 13, 1965 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-13

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Britain Retains Postal Stamp Marked Bnai Brith Teens View Leadership, Other Major Concepts
STARLIGHT, Pa. — Teenagers modern problems of Israel, and lead tomorrow's world was The
With Swastika; Arsonists Sought
participating in the Bnai Brith role of today's youths in leading message of Dr. Daniel Raylesberg,

(Continued from Page 1)
In Commons, Postmaster Gener-
al Anthony Wedgwood-Bean re-
fused the requests from five Labor
and Conservative deputies. In five
separate questions, they asked the
Postmaster General whether he
was aware that the design would
be offensive to many people and
whether he would therefore with-
draw the issue. A similar refusal
was made in the House of Lords
by Lord Hobson replying for the
government to a complaint by Lord
Braye.
Scotland Yard's "s p e c i a 1
branch," made up of crack de-
tectives, was assigned to try to
trace the persons or groups re-
sponsible for the attacks against
22 synagogues and Jewish com-
munal institutions in this city
since last fall. At least 12 of the
manifestations resulted in fires
that have caused damages aggre-
gating hundreds of thousands of
pounds.
According to reports in the Lon-
don press, members or leaders of
at least one right-wing group have
been called to police headquarters
for interrogation in connection

Governments Notified
Of Israel's Concern
Over Border Incidents

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel
foreign ministry instructed its rep-
resentatives in major capitals to-
day to notify the governments there
that Israel was gravely concerned
over increasing border incidents
perpetrated by the new Arab ter-
rorist group, El Fatah.
These governments have been
urging restraint on Israel in the
face of these attacks. Now they
will be told that they must realize
that Israel cannot acquiesce to such
an "intolerable" situation.
The issue was already em-
phasized last week by Premier Levi
Eshkol in a meeting with United
States Ambassador Walworth Bar-
hour. A warning was also conveyed
to Jordan from whose territory the
terrorists are currently operating.
The most recent incident attri-
buted to the Fatah marauders
was a mine explosion in the
Jerusalem corridor a half mile
from the Jordanian border, when
an Israel border police patrol
car hit the weapon. Four oc-
cupants were injured, one seri-
ously.
An editorial in Haboker, the
General Zionist newspaper, de-
clared today that there had been
six attacks in the past month and
that, in all cases, tracks led to the
Jordanian border. "We do not
doubt that Jordan must bear full
responsibility for these acts," the
editorial said. An editorial in
Herut criticized the government
for alleged inactivity which, the
newspaper said, only encouraged
the raids.

Jordan Gov't Receives
Late Models of U.S. Tanks

LONDON (JTA)—The Jordanian
government reported that a num-
ber of United States tanks, believed
to be the latest models, have ar-
rived at the Jordanian Akaba port,
it was reported from Amman.
The offical statement said the
delivery was part of a United
States program to supply Jordan
with the latest arms and equip-
ment. Among those supervising the
unloading of the tanks were five
United States military experts. Jor-
danian soldiers recently completed
a course of training in use of the
tanks.

Youth Organization's International tomorrow's world.
a New York psychologist who is
Leadership Training Conference at
Theodore Comet, director of the director of the Bnai Brith Youth
Camp Bnai Brith. explored 10 im- American_ Zionist Youth Founda- Organization's program in north-
portant qualities of leadership.
tion, New York, expressed deep eastern United States and south-
"A good leader," according to concern for the welfare and free- eastern Canada.
Dr. Daniel Thursz, associate pro- dom of Russian Jews.
The International Leadership
fesor of social work at the Uni-
A model Knesset (Israeli parlia- Kallah—a seven-week p r o g r a
versity of Maryland, Baltimore, ment) was used to examine some which began July 1—and Interna-
"has a sincere commitment, humil- current problems of the Holy Land. tional Leadership Training Con-
ity and an understanding of him- Some of the conference partici- ference took place in the Sam
self, leads by example, and is at- pants discussed modern Israel Beber Leadership Village at Camp
tentive to others."
from information they obtained Bnai Brith.
Dr. Thursz, who is director of first-hand on a recent Bnai Brith
summer leadership programs for Youth Organization Israel Summer THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
the Bnai Brith Youth Organization, Institute. The institute is an an- 8—Friday, August 13, 1965
world's largest Jewish youth or- nual seven-week study tour of Is-
ganization, continued his list by rael.
explaining that leaders should be
Preparing today's teenager's to
willing to change their opinions
when new knowledge proves that
`Prestige in The Bank'
they were mistaken. "Good leaders
Nobody
Baseball's Al Schacht was slated
win friends by gaining their re-
to
do
his
clowning
at
the
opening
UNDERSELLS
spect, are able to share both re-
sponsibility and recognition, set of Houston's new stadium but
GREAT LAKES
high goals and help members at- couldn't get together on money.
DON'T EVER
tain them, show a genuine con- "They told me it was good pres-
cern for individuals, and evalu- tige for me," says Al. "I stopped
FORGET
IT!!
ate—according to a high value putting prestige in the bank 100
years
ago
because
they
wouldn't
ASK FOR
system—the means to an end."
Also speaking to the teenagers take it."
"Morrie
about leadership were Dr. Hans
Sherman"
Falk, associate professor of social
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Rabbi Harold Bleich challenged
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(Continued from Page 1)
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have been interviewed by the de-
tectives elsewhere.
Home Secretary Sir Frank Sosk-
ice said in the House of Commons
that he was satisfied that police
were giving special attention to
the prevention of attacks on syna-
gogues which have been the targets
in recent months of widespread
vandalism.
Sir Frank made the statement in
reply to Labor MP Paul Rose who
had asked how many cases of arson
against synagogues and other Jew-
ish communal buildings had been
reported to him. The deputy also
asked whether Sir Frank planned
to call for reports from chief con-
stables on violence and arson by
fascist groups and their sympa-
thizers.
Sir Frank replied that he had
received reports of 12 incidents
that have occurred since Septem-
ber 1, 1964, most of them in the
London area. "I am kept fully in-
formed by the commissioner of
police and I am satisfied that the
police are paying special attention
to the prevention of these incidents
and the detection of those respon-
sible," he said. He added that he
did not feel there was any reason
for asking chief constables general-
ly "for special reports."
Last Sunday, two synagogues
were set afire and badly damaged
in different parts of London in
what were reported to be the 21st
and 22nd such outrages on Jewish
institutions in London since last
fall, despite special precautions
taken by police to guard Jewish
communal property:

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