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May 06, 1966 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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Snub to Shazar Is Denied by India

Shri
NEW YORK (JTA)
Dinesh Singh, India's Minister of
State for External Affairs, assured
the Zionist Organization of
America that the New Delhi
Government had intended no dis-
courtesy to Israel's President Zal-
man Shazar, and had promptly
arrested Arab students who had
staged a demonstration against
Shazar recently.
Singh's letter, transmitted to the
ZOA by India's consulate-general
here, was read to the meeting held
Sunday by the ZOA's national
, executive committee by Jacques
Torczyner, president of the ZOA.
The Indian leader's statement,
issued at New Delhi, was in reply
to a protest made by the ZOA last

Soviet Envoy Speaks
in D.C. Synagogue
on Jews' Opportunity'

WASHINGTON (JTA) — First
Secretary Vladimir Bogachev of the
Soviet Embassy here told a meet-
ing held at Washington's Agudath
Achim Synagogue that, in some
fields, such as education and pro-
fessional advancement, Jews have
greater opportunity than any oth-
er national group in the USSR.
The Washington newspaper, The
Jewish Week, reported that Boga-
chev stated after the meeting that
Soviet Embassy speakers would ap-
pear before other Jewish groups
if invited to discuss Soviet policy
toward Jews. The newspaper point-
ed out that the meeting here was
not under auspices of the syna-
gogue but sponsored by a group
known as the Jewish Mutual Aid
Society, which is not affiliated with
the Jewish Community Council of
Greater Washington. A Community
Council spokesman said no previous
Soviet-Jewish meeting is known to
have occurred in the Washington
area.
In his talk and in answers to
questions, the Soviet diplomat in-
sisted that Jews enjoy full rights
in the Soviet Union. He declined
to comment on a suggestion by
Dr. Alfred Henley, chairman of
the meeting, that the USSR move
"rapidly, enthusiastically, wide-
. ly and energetically to make up
to the Jews for their past mis-
treatment."
The meeting was attended by
about 250 persons. Bogachev is at-
tached to the Soviet Embassy press
department, and is deputy chief edi-
tor of the magazine, Soviet Life.
Rabbi H. J. Waldman, of Agudath
Achim Synagogue, said "we heard
an official Russian position" at the
meeting and "no opinions were
changed."
The rabbi said his synagogue
rented space for the meeting under
an open-door policy of making
space available to any Jewish or-
ganization.

WEN I

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month, when Shazar had evidently
been snubbed as he stopped in
India on the way to and from a
Max M. Silverman, assistant
state visit to Nepal. Singh declared prosecuting attorney for Wayne
categorically that no discourtesy County since 1960, presently chief
was intended and that the Arab of the homocide division of that
students who demonstrated when
office, and a prac-
the Israeli president was at an
t i c i n g attorney
Indian airport had been "promptly
since 1928, has
arrested.'
filed petitions as
Sunday's session of the ZOA
candidate for
executive was addressed by S. Z.
Recorder's Court
Abramov, a member of Israel's
Judge in the Aug-
parliament; and Rabbi Armond E.
ust 2 primary. El-
Cohen, spiritual leader of Park
ection.
Synagogue in Cleveland. The execu-
Silverman said
tive voted to hold the next ZOA
he was a candi-
convention in Israel, in July, 1967,
date because "the
to coincide with the celebration
court needs
there of the 70th anniversary of
udges whO have
the founding of the World Zionist
maturity, pat-
Organization by the late Dr. Theo-
ience and a thor-
dor Herzl.
Silverman ough knowledge
of the workings of the court."
Richard Korn Elected
Silverman, a resident of Detroit
Judaism Council Head since 1921, studied law at both the
CHICAGO (JTA)—Richard Korn, Detroit College of Law and the
of New York, was elected presi- Wayne State University Law
dent of the American Council for School. He is a member of Phi Sig-
Judaism at the conclusion of the ma Lambda National Law frater-
anti-Zionist organization's three- nity, the State Bar of Michigan,
day national convention here at the Criminal Jurisprudence and the
which was reiterated the council's Sentence, Probation, and Parole
insistence on its major theme, to Committees of the State Bar, and
the effect that "nationality and is also a member of the Wayne
religion are separate and distinct." County Government Bar Associa-
Korn, who reported that he has tion. He has been active over a per-
recently visited Israel, said he was iod of years in many charitable
"impressed with Israel's remark- organizations and Jewish commun-
able people and development." al affairs. He was president of the
However, he said, Jews must re- Jewish House of_ Shelter for ten
ject "publicly and completely" years and is presently a member
what he said were Israel's claims of the board of directors of that
to be "the capital of all the world's organization.
Jews."
Korn succeeded Clarence L. Cole-
man, Jr., of Glencoe, Ill., who was
elected chairman of the council's
board of directors. Lessing J. Ro-
senwald, of Jenkintown, Pa., one
of the Council's founders and its
president from 1943 to 1955, was
made honorary chairman of the
board.
The council charged Sunday in a
resolution that many American
Jews "unwittingly support Zionism
because Zionist political goals are
cloaked in humanitarian terms and
because our government's enforce-
ment of full disclosure of Zion-
ism's foreign-agent activities have
been inadequate."
Asserting that world Zionist or-
ganizations "seek to perfect the in-
voluntary identification of all Amer-
icans of Jewish faith with the na-
tionalism of the State of Israel,"
the resolution declared that the
council "has fully documented the
Israel-Zionist effort to impose upon
Americans of Jewish faith a second
nationality attachment, based upon
automatic inclusion of all Jews in
what Zionism regards as a "polit-
ical-ethnic entity" called 'the Jew-
ish people,' whose national center
is said to be the state of Israel."

1

18th Century Anti-Semitic Libel
Republished in Russian Magazine

LONDON (JTA) — A Soviet ence to Jews as "Zhydy," a popu-
journal arriving here was found lar anti-Semitic slur, rather than
to contain a grossly anti-Semitic the usual term, "Yevrey."
document extracted from 18th cen-
tury writings of Byelorussian
writers.
Polymia, a monthly periodical
published in Minsk, contains an
article on the discovery of ancient
manuscripts, including one entitled
Is Sunday, May 8th
"Concio Ruthenia," describing how
representatives of various nationali-
ties tried to save Christ from being
tortured by the Jews."
The issue contains an introduc-
tion to the article, written by S.
Misko, senior scientific worker of
the Byeorussian Ministry of Cul-
ture. Misko describes the material
as being of an "obviously anti-
religious character." His comments,
however, make no mention of the
open anti-Semitism of "Concio
Ruthenia," which includes a refer-

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