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November 26, 1965 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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State of Israel Is Presented Religious Zionists Hear Party Policy Report
YORK (JTA)—The Nation- ing of the Jewish Agency execu- States "and
With Sitaarey Zedeh Scroll al NEW
Religious Party in Israel seeks tive in Israel, he spoke about "the

removal of military restrictions
on movement of Israeli Arabs, en-
couragement of low-cost housing
for young married couples and a
free enterprise approach to pro-
vision of rental units, an Israeli
Religous Zionist leader declared
here this week.
Rabbi Bezalel Cohen, head of
the World Religious Zionist move-
ment, outlined the program in an
address to 1,000 delegates and
guests attending the 56th annual
convention of the Religious Zion-
ist Organization of America in
Long Beach.

At the Shaarey Zedek Israel Bond dinner, where a scroll of honor
was presented to Medinat Israel are (from left) Mandell L. Berman,
dinner chairman; Morris Karbal, dinner co-chairman; Mrs. Davis
Benson, arrangements chairman; Jan Peerce, guest star; Rabbi
Morris Adler, who presented the scroll of honor to Israel Consul
,General Jacob Barmore (extreme right). The scroll bearing the
names of all those who purchased Israel Bonds prior to and on the
night of the affair, will be transmitted to Israel where it will be
displayed at the Hall of Fame in Jerusalem. The program included
'Rabbi Irwin Groner, Cantors Jacob H. Sonenklar and Reuven
Frankel, with Mrs. Groner as accompanist for the singing of the
national anthems. Dr. Samuel Krohn voiced greetings on behalf of
the congregation. Not shown in the photo is Leonard E. Baron, dinner
co-chairman.

Stollman's Chairmanship of UJA's
Council of Congregations Announced

Appointment of Phillip Stollman
as chairman of the newly formed
National Council of Congregations
for the United
Jewish Appeal
was formally an-
nounced by Max
M. Fisher, UJA
general c hair-
man.
Stollman, a
member of the
national UJA
executive commit-
tee, also is a
member of the
Stollman
UJA national
campaign cabinet, which leads the
annual fund-raising drive.
In his new capacity, Stollman
heads a body which seeks to enlist
the active support of the rabbinic
and lay leadership of Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform congrega-
tions to increase the number of
contributors to •annual campaigns
for the UJA.
Participating in the UJA Na-
tional Council of Congregations

He said the Religious Party
wants low-cost housing to furth-
er family stability and private
enterprise rental units to free
families from "the extremely
harsh economics of apartment
buying" which is "prevalent in
Israel today." He denied that
there was "coercion in the exer-
cise of freedom of religion in
Israel."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann told the

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freedorn-loving

good office ' s
great and growing sense of de- to compel Egypt their
to Open the Suez

mocracy which impressively came Canal to all countries trading h
to the forefront in the recent elec- Israel" and to "discourage
an d
tions in Israel."
stifle the Arab boycott of Jewish

The Religious Zionists adopted
a resolution calling on Jewish
federations and welfare funds
in the United States to extend
maximum financial support to
Hebrew day schools. The dele-
gates also urged more unified
action on the part of all Ortho-
dox bodies in this country to
strengthen traditional Jewish in-
stitutions.

In other resolutions, the con-
vention called on the Soviet Union
to grant full guarantees of free-
dom to that country's 3,000,000
Jewish citizens; urged the United

merchants and businessmen who
deal with Israel."
The delegates also voiced dis-
approval of the shipment by Amer-

ican firms of military equipment
to Saudi Arabia and urged sup-
port for the adoption and approval
of the United Nations Convention
on Genocide.
Elected to head the organiza-
tion during the coming year was
a presidium of three members in-
cluding Dr. Maurice Sage and
Rabbi Herschel Schacter, both of
New York; and Gabriel Feigen-
baum, of Cleveland.

If you were not there—

Once again we say .. .

delegates that "a strong Zionist
movement in the United States is
more necessary than ever to con-
solidate the rallying of the Jewish
people around Israel which is sure
to be confronted with weighty poli-
tical, economic and cultural prob-
lems during a decade."
R a b b i Mordecai Kirshblum,
member of the executive of the
Jewish Agency for Israel and for-
mer president of the Religious
Zionists of America, also addressed
the convention. Having just re-
turned from the semi-annual meet-

will be the national leadership of
the three major religious group-
Detroit Businessmen's Group
ings: Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations (Orthodox), United
CITY OF HOPE
Synagogue of America (Conserva-
tive) and Union of American He-
brew Congregations (Reform).
GREEK LINE's
Decline in Jewish Births,
An Allied Jewish Campaign Con-
GREATEST!
gregational Council has already Intermarriage Concern
been set up in Detroit by the Jew- Savannah Community
ish Welfare Federation, with Stoll-
SAVANNAH (JTA) — A sharp
man as chairman.

decline in the Jewish birthrate
.
Royal Diadem tram
Stollman, a director of the Jew- in Savannah in the last five years
ish Agency for Israel, Inc., is na- will eventually see a reduced en-
tional chairman of the American rollment in the Jewish school here,
NEW FLAGSHIP
board of trustees for Bar-Ilan Uni- it was reported at the annual meet-
QUEEN ANNA
FEB. 4, 1966 FROM NEW YORK
versity in Israel and a founder of ing of the Savannah Jewish Council.
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1956 and '60, there was an aver-
He is a member of the board of age of 28 Jewish boys born each
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executive board of the Israel Bond July of this year, there were eight
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WO 1-5280
LONDON (JTA) — Two of six
men who appeared for hearings in
a magistrate's court here Monday
on charges of having set fire to
two synagogues told police inter-
rogators that Colin Jordan, leader
of the National Socialist move-
ment, thought it was "a good idea"
to -burn down a synagogue, accord-
ing to police testimony.
The two are Paul Williams
Dukes and Graham Chant. With
four others, they are accused of
arson in the fires set last July
in a synagogue at Clapton, in
North London, and in another
Jewish house of worship in the
suburb of Ilford.
Police witnesses testified that,
in a statement made by Dukes, he
had said: "I joined the National
Socialist movement in April 1965.
Colin Jordan was at one of the
meetings, and he said it would be
a good idea to burn Jewish syna-
gogues but could not give official
backing to such a scheme."
Chant was quoted as telling the
police that Jordan said such acts
were up to the individuals but he
"did not wish to know anything
U I I
about it if they got caught." He
allegedly described to the police
the details about how he had
started one of the fires. The four
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