(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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By JESSE SILVER
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Susan &Him of Illinois
to TVed Mr. Rosenberg
Jockey Walter Blum reached a
milestone in his riding career
when he rode to his 2,500th victory
recently at Santa Anita. The presi-
dent of the track presented Blum
with a silver plate in honor of the
occasion, as 23,000 fans cheered.
Blum helped Hirsch Jacobs achieve
an unusual "double" when he rode
Jacobs' Isle of Greece to a sur-
prise victory in the $58,000 San
. Fernando Stakes.
It looks as if Jack Price had a
good idea when he opened his Dor-
chester Equine Academy at Ocala,
Fla. He recently graduated his
first class of 18 horses. His new
class will have 31 yearlings.
Trainer Arnold Winick cele-
brated his 37th birthday by sad-
dling three winners at Tropical
Mickey Miller of Rochelle
Stables heads a syndicate which
bought Orbiter, champion pacer of
not fully recovered. It was re- New Zealand. It is reported they
ported that he might be named paid more than $100,000 for him.
Boxing great Barney Ross has
foreign ministry director general
been honored by the World
when he is fully recovered.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Brian Salim of
Lincolnwood, Ill., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Jane to Leonard Rosenberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Rosen-
berg of Marlowe Ave.
A May wedding is planned.
Canadians Cancel Talk
by German Army Officer
AJCongress Urges Rocky
Not to Aid Private Schools
JERUSALEM — Dr. Jacob Her-
zog, the young Israeli diplomat
who last year renounced an ap-
pointment as British Common-
wealth chief Rab-
bi because of ill-
ness, began work
Wednesday a s
His duties will
include s p e e c
writing o n fo-
r e i g n relations
for the Premier.
Prior to his an-
Herzog ment as British
chief Rabbi, Dr. Herzog had been
deputy director general of the
Israel Foreign Ministry. For the
time being, he will work only on
a parttime basis because he has
WINNIPEG (JTA) — A sched-
uled address before the German
Association Club by a West Ger-
man army officer and former
member of the Nazi Wehrmacht,
currently stationed with a NATO
contingent at Camp Shilo near
here, has been canceled after the
Canadian Jewish Congress and
other Jewish groups protested the
In a statement issued here, the
Canadian Jewish Congress said
that the planned appearance by
the officer, Lt. Col. Wilhelm
Mundt. would be an "affront to the
survivors of Nazism in our midst
and to many other people."
A similar protest was voiced by
the United Jewish People's Order's
Winnipeg Branch, which declared
in a letter to National Defense
Minister Paul Hellyer that Mundt's
appearance would be "an abuse of
the democratic way of life for
which thousands of Canadians
gave their lives in World War II
against Nazi Germany and con-
tempt for many families of the
Surfeit of 90,000 Workers
JERUSALEM (ZINS)—A total
of 900,000 persons are now em-
ployed in Israel's industry, agri-
culture and white-collar jobs.
However, this number could be
safely reduced by 10 per cent,
namely by 90,000 persons, with-
out affecting productivity, Pinhas
Sapir, minister of finance, de-
clared in his budgetary message.
The minister added that it
would be possible to employ these
90,000 persons in other produc-
tive areas. The problem is, how-
ever, that the workers and offi-
cials refuse to resign from their
posts to look for new employment.
! ! WHY WORRY ! !
Leave Everything to Us
Sporting Club of London. Ross
was recently in Friedberg, Ger-
many, to work at the U. S. Ar-
my's annual boxing clinic.
An autobiography by Dr. J. L.
Blonstein has just been published.
It tells the story of the chief medi-
cal officer to the British Ama-
teur Boxing Association.
The Boxing Writers Association
elected Barney Nagler, Morning
Telegraph, president; Jesse
Abramson, N.Y. Herald Tribune,
vice-president; Nat Fleischer, Ring
Magazine, secretary-treasurer; and
Sam Taub, recording secretary.
Iry Schoenwald, now in his 34th
year of promoting boxing, is' keep-
ing the sport alive in Chicago.
Trevor Farber is a member of
Oxford University's Amateur Box-
ing Club. Farber, a lightweight,
won his first bout by knocking
out his Royal Military Academy
opponent. Trevor's brother Mal-
colm once captained the Oxford
Ted Charno of Kansas City has
been named chief inspector of
the area by the Missouri State
Athletic Commission. Charno won
national and Missouri boxing titles
Sonny Werblin, head of the N.Y.
Jets, bought a home in Golden
Beach, Fla. Now he will be able
to watch his horses run at Hialeah.
Allie Sherman received the
major award from the Yonkers
Sol Rosen, former general man-
ager of the pro football Newark
Bears, has been named acting com-
missioner of the Continental
Murray (Ace) Adler, who played
his football at UCLA has been
named head coach at Lafayette
High School in Brooklyn.
Dr. Nathan P. Feinsinger,
who headed the mediation board
that settled the N.Y. transit
strike, has been appointed a
"special adviser" to the com-
mittee named by Vice-Presi-
dent Humphrey to settle the dis-
pute between the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association and
the Amateur Athletic Union.
The 64-year-old Professor of
Law at the University of Wis-
consin was a track star at Mic-
Laurie Levine of Maccabi As-
sociation London, broke the Brit-
ish middleweight weightlifting
jerk record with 337 pounds when
he competed for Britain agains4
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
HARVEY T. WECHSLER, 24901
Scotia, Oak Park, has been ap-
pointed as director of chapter ser-
vices by the Michigan Association
for Emotionally Disturbed Chil-
dren. A Wayne State University
graduate, Wechsler is married to
the former Wynne Gooze and has
four children. He teaches high
school students at the Temple Is-
rael suburban branch religious
British Students Spy on Anti-Semitic Groups
LONDON (JTA) — Manchester ciety" to the anti-Semitic British
University students who joined National Party, showed a co-
hate groups as undercover agents ordinated propaganda drive.
to gather information, asserted in
a report that such groups were
well organized and well financed.
The students said that they
found connections between indi-
viduals and organizations in the
field which pointed to "systematic
planning and financing" by a rel-
atively small group of people.
The report also declared that
the links they found between a
large munber of groups, ranging
from the "Racial Preservation So-
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Booking on His Own
MISS SUSAN JANE SCHLIM
ALBANY (JTA) — The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Tuesday
called on Governor Nelson A.
Rockefeller to "defend public ed-
ucation in New York States against
the rising clamor of voices demand-
ing more money and more services
for private and parochial schools."
Murray A. Gordon, chairman of
the organization's New York Metro-
politan Council, made the call at
a luncheon attended by Gov. Rock-
efeller, ranking state officials and
200 American Jewish Congress
members here on their annual
legislative day in Albany.
He also proposed strengthening
the state law against discrimina-
tion by imposing fines of up to
$500 of individuals and $5,000 for
companies found guilty of "gross
or wanton discrimination."
In his a d d r es s, Gordon
charged that the state legislature
had become the "battleground
for a massive attack against the
principle of separation of church
and state in New York educa-
tion." He said a series of bills
had been introduced "whose ef-
fect if not purpose would be to .
rob public education of sorely-
needed funds and facilities in
order to benefit private and
church-related schools through-
out the state."
Gordon called for repeal of an
act passed at the last session
which provides for lending pub-
licly-owned textbooks to non-public
school pupils in grades 7 through
12, and urged defeat of four new
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Haifa Court Orders
Jew to Return Sons
to Catholic Wife
HAIFA (JTA) — An Amer-
ican Jew, who brought his two
older sons to Israel and con-
verted them to Judaism without
the knowledge of his Catholic
wife, was ordered by a Haifa
District Court Monday to return
the boys to their mother.
In handing down the ruling,
the court explained that primary
concern was the children's wel-
fare and the respect for the laws
of friendly countries. The court
decided that the United States
courts should decide what the
children's best interests are in
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Globetrotters basketball team will
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