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February 11, 1966 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-11

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Hadassah Urges U.S. to Continue Arms Aid

NEW YORK (JTA)—A resolu-
tion urging the United States "to
continue to insure Israel's defen-
sive and deterrent strength
through direct arms aid" and at
the same time, to encourage Arab
leaders "to engage in negotiations
leading to a peaceful settlement
with Israel," was adopted Tuesday
at Hadassah's annual mid-winter
conference.
"Peace is the only long-range
alternative to the futile and explo-
sive policy being pursued by the
Arab states in the Near East," the
resolution said. It welcomed the
announcement that the U.S. gov-
ernment is "not indifferent to the
destabilization" in the Near East
"resulting from Egypt's massive
purchases of Soviet arms."
"The fact that the United
States has been selling various
items of military equipment to
the government of Israel to help
it meet its defensive and inter-
nal security requirements served
notice to all concerned that the
United States commitment to Is-
rael's security and territorial in-
tegrity will be backed up by
measures necessary to assure
it," the resolution continued.
In another resolution dealing
with the problems of Soviet
Jewry, Hadassah called upon the

U.S. government "to exert maxi- swered," she reported.
mum influence within the United "Liberal public opinion in the
Nations and through diplomatic Western world has voiced the de-
channels to convince the Soviet mand for the restoration of the
government that discriminatory rights of the Jews of the USSR,
policies against its Jewish nationals including their right to be re-
constitute a violation of elemen- united with their families abroad.
tary human rights which are a I No power can remain insensitive
common concern of free men and I to world public opinion. We shall
free nations."
continue to help mobilize all the
Specifically, Hadassah urged • resources of that public opinion
that the Soviet government be until justice is done to the Jews
called upon "to accord its Jewish of the USSR," Mrs. Jacobson
national and ethnic group the stated.
same rights and privileges ac-
corded to all other national and Toland's 'Last 100
ethnic groups within the USSR."
Days' Describes Nazi
Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson, na-
tional president of Hadassah,
Attitudes,
Holocaust
urged the Soviet Union to "dem-
John
Toland
and
his wife trav-
onstrate its good intentions
eled 100,000 miles in 21; countries
towards its Jewish citizens" by
and interviewed 600 people before
fulfilling three promises. These
Toland wrote his "The Last 100
promises, she said, are to permit
Days" which comes off the press
the printing of a new Hebrew
today. It is being published by
prayer book, reopen the rab-
Random House.
binical seminary in Moscow and
It is a revealing work about the
provide matiot for Soviet Jewry
last 100 days before the end of
for Passover 1966.
World War II. Many hitherto un-
In her address, Mrs. Jacobson known facts are related here. In
said that six months ago, acting
his chapter "I Am Fighting for
on behalf of Hadassah, she had
sent an appeal to the Soviet Union, the Work of the Lord" Toland
urging that authorities there per- describes Hitler's anti-Semitic
mit Jewish education inside the caninaign and states:
"Hitler did not spring from a
USSR. "My letter remains unan-
void. The excesses nernetrated by
him were a culmination of a
straight, relentless line of perse-
cution that had been going on for
centuries, from the time of the
A Weekly Column for the Advanced
Crusades . . . to the Second Reich
presented by
of Bismarck and Kaicer Wilhelm
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
II, when a strong belief in Ger-
man racial superiority was devel-
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
oned. It was this inherited apoca-
and the
lyptic vision that insnired Hitler
to massacre millions of Jews." Ac-
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
cording to Toland. there is a wide
Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH
divergence of opinion on the num-
ber of Jews killed. "Some Ger-
Easy conversations taken from everyday life in Israel — with typical
mans regard the figure given at
colloquialisms and proverbs:
the Nuremberg Trials — 5,700,000
—as a gross exaggeration. Gerald
WHOSE FATHER? (A visitor in
? s 7; 17 V7K3K
Reitlinger put the figure at be-
the Kibbutz nursery)
tween 4,194,200 and 4,5581,200."
(111.'Ra 11).31 [1:1.110
(Reitlinger is the author of the
11P114 IV? 7 41;11 ,;117.lot s7;
Who are you, friend?
book "The Final Solution.")
Mimi:
What are you doing in
?lint mipip
the nursery?

2

-

Visitor: I am searching for a good
child so that I may give
him candy.

Uri:

There isn't even one good
child here. We didn't eat our
breakfast cereal. Malka,
the •nurse, said that we are
all bad children.

tit

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Hank

Where is your child?
Whose father are you?

tam

Rami:

Is it true that you are the
father of Miri, the chubby
one?

"r;

Visitor: Why do you think that I
am the father of Miri?

Rami:

? Mot4 ‘1? 12#

, pq7 :Om rukt r_11?;

? 1 1.4??

Then tell us what is the
name of your child?

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1'7srlttt
:11N11 it4

.

Ze'evi: So why are you a bachelor
and not married?

1:61

Malka said that it isn't
nice to ask questions.
He is a poor man; he has
no wife.
Ruthie: That's it. He's simply a
bachelor and hasn't even
any children.
Uri:
Poor man. He is a father
of "nothing."

poor one

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bachelor

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Visitor: I have no wife, and I have
no child. I am a bachelor
and did not get married
yet.

Mimi:

`;b,14

Because you are also fat
like Miri.

Visitor: But I am not the father
of Miri, the chubby one.

Yaeli:

'worm >:14

•• T

FOR

TODAY

nursery
cereal
nurse
chubby one

Governors Board to Map Bond Drive in Miami

MIAMI — A program to make
1966 the most productive year in
the history of the Israel Bond
drive will be drawn up this week-
end at a planning conference of
the national board of governors
of the Israel Bond Organization
at the Fontainebleau Hotel here.
The formal launching of the
1966 Israel Bond campaign will
take place at an inaugural confer-
ence at the Fontainebleau the fol-
lowing weekend. Mrs. Golda Meir,
who retired last month as Israel's

foreign minister, will be guest of
honor at the conference, which
will mark the 15th anniversary of
the founding of the Israel Bond
Organization.,

1, 365 Hebrew U. Grads

• Better Service
• Better Deals

Govrin New Knesset Speaker
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Akiva
Govrin, former minister of tour-
ism, will be elected Speaker of the
Knesset, filling the post vacated
by Kadish Luz, who decided to
resign.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, February 11, 1966

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — With
the award of 610 bachelor degrees
in the hum a n i ties and social
sciences by the Hebrew Univer-
sity Tuesday, the university grad-
uated a total of 1,365 students this
week at its main campus here and
in Tel Aviv and Rehovot.
The total of Hebrew University
graduates since its founding is be-
ing brought to an aggregate of 13,-
400. In addition to the 610 bach-
elor of arts diplomas Tuesday, 266
students received the bachelor of
science degree Wednesday in
mathematics and the sciences, and
119 got law degrees.

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World ORT Union OKs
$12,020,000 Budget

GENEVA (JTA) — The World
ORT Union executive committee
adopted a record budget of $12,
020,000 for 1966 at the close of a
two-day meeting which reviewed
the ORT program of activities in
22 nations. Daniel Mayer, of Paris,
World ORT chairman, and Dr. Wil-
liam Haber, of Ann Arbor, presi-
dent of the ORT central board, pre-
sided at the two-day session.
Attending delegations included
ORT officials from the Unit e d
States, Canada, Denmark, France,
Britain, Israel, Iran. Italy, the
Netherlands, South Africa, Sweden,
Switzerland and Tunisia.
Max A. Braude, ORT director
general, reported that, for the
first time, national organizations
would meet two-thirds of the
1966 expenditures. He said that
this reflected "the development
of our national organizations as
well as the esteem 'in which they
are held by their governments
and community organizations in
their countries of operation."
Dr. V. Halperin, ORT director,
told the executive committee that
the total enrollment in ORT
schools at the end of 1965 had in-
creased by 12 per cent over the
previous year, and that a total of
46,000 persons had benefited from
ORT training programs in 1965.
In adopting the budget, the exe-
cutive committee endorsed the
agreement between ORT and the
Joint Distribution Comm i t t e e,
which provides - $1,950,000 to ORT
from United Jewish Appeal funds.

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