American Jewish Committee Reports on Techniques Used in Latin America
NEW YORK (JTA)—Techniques I are stressing the fact that Arab
developed by the American Jew- interference in Argentine life is
ish Committee to combat bigotry provoking internal conflict and ob-
are being successfully used by structing government programs for
"sister" organizations in Latin domestic harmony and social re-
America, the Institute Judie Ar- construction.
gentino de Culturae Information in j The American Jewish Committee
Argentina and the Institute Bra- report traced the history of AJC
sileiro Judaico de Cultura e Div-ul- I activities in Latin America from
gacao, according to a report of the 1948, when its office in Buenos
committee in Latin America. Aires was opened. Offices were
Explaining that the anti-Semitic. opened in Rio de Janeiro in 1957,
neo-Fascist movement of the Arab and in Sao Paulo in 1963. Among
League today is the main concern the many AJC-sponsored projects
of Jewish organizations in Latin i Latin America described in the
America, particularly in Argentina
, report were:
the Committee reported: "Avoiding
1. Interreligious activities, as in
defensive positions, these groups the establishment of Christian-
Jewish Fraternities in Buenos ever conducted of members of Jew-
Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Sao ish communities in Latin America.
"The most recent focus of AJC
2. Pioneering studies in the use attention in Latin America, stem-
of social research to probe the ming from a visit of Committee
causes of prejudice, with particu- leaders to four South American
lar emphasis on anti-Semitism.
countries in the summer of 1964,
3. Translation of AJC-sponsored has been the problem of the inte-
books in Spanish and Portuguese, gration of Jews into the general
and the publication of Comentario, community, while they retain a
modeled after its English-language clear sense of Jewish identity," the
publication Commentary, in the report stated. "The AJC recently
created a Latin American Commu-
two Latin languages.
99. Traveling exhibits that have nity Service Programs, conducted
jointly with local groups and offer-
been prepared for use throughout ing expanded opportunities for
DAPPER BARRISTER Jimmy
educational and cultural activities, Saperstein, with his melodious
100.The first attitudinal studies to help meet this need."
warbling of tunes ala yesteryears,
recently returned from Las Vegas
with wife Kate . . . and took his
bows along with Eddie Fisher and
Dean Martin . ... Jimmy is an old
song and dance man from away
back and a crowd pleaser at every
social function he and Kate attenr
in the community.
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* * *
DR. HERBERT RASKIN tells
about the man visiting a psychia-
trist because he thought he was
Colonel Nasser . . . The head
shrinker assured him that it wasn't
too serious a delusion . . . "A lot
you know," moaned the man. "I
happen to be Jewish."
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FAVORITE BY . lumber man
Joe Braver . . . Secretary to office
manager, "I've taken all the critic-
ism of my work that I'm going to
take! How do you spell 'quit'?"
BRUCE ACKNER, 8-year-old son
of Roz and Stan Ackner, is develop-
ing into quite a pitcher in the
Oak Park Midget League .. . In
the past three games, young Bruce
hasn't allowed more than two hits
'a .contest, and usually whiffs about
12 batters a seven inning stint.
* * *
FOR 30 YEARS, Harry Gaines!
living in Detroit, couldn't get
decent thought about a Michigan
song . . . Went to Minnesota to
visit son Michael and got the in-
spiration to write his new tune.
"Find My Sweetheart in Mich-
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Home Of The
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OVERHEARD ... Father to
family, as he climbs out of car,
"Well, we finally found a parking
space. Now does anyone remember
why we're here?"
* * *
KEVIN TURNER, four-year-old
son of Harriet Turner, put grand-
parents Faye and Mannie Mackie
to shame on the golf course—mini-
ature, that is—when he beat them
on every hole . . . Finally, Mannie
pushed the score card in his pocket
and said, "Let's just play! '
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PANCAKES AND WAFFLES
188 N. Hunter (Woodward) Birmingham
TWO COMRADES IN Russia
were talking about their jobs in
their respective factories . . • "We
manufacture baby carriages," one
said . . . "That's wonderful," re-
plied the second, "my wife just
had a baby. I wonder if you can
get me one." . . . "Why certain-
ly," answered his friend, "but we
only manufacture single parts so
you'll have to assemble it your-
self." .. . The new father got his
parts and a few days later he ran
into his friend, who asked him
if he had any trouble assembling
the parts . . . "No," answered the
father, "but the carriage is no use
to me. It looks and shoots like
a machine gun."
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BACK TO JIMMY Saperstein
and Las Vegas . . . Latest story
making the rounds there, says
Jimmy, is of the Martian landing
there and watching a series of
players pumping the arm of a slot
Machine ... The Martian stepped
up to the slot machine and whis-
pered, "I don't know what ofifce
you're running for, buddy, but try
to smile a little more when you
shake those hands."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, August 20, 1965