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June 10, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-10

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Review Role of English-Jewish Press at Parley

(Continued from Page 1)
He lauded the role of Ameri-
Expressing deep concern over can Jewish publishers and urged
the self-determination of peoples, they continue their efforts to
Vice President Humphrey said that educate the Jewish community
what is happening in the Middle to face threats from totalitarian-
East is not unrelated to the condi- ism.
tions in the Far East. He said aid
In the course of his address, the
to Israel is given by this country Vice President, like the President
militarily at this time because of earlier in the day, paid honor to
the aggressive forces that are Arthur Goldberg. He said that the
threatening the peace and he ex- evidence that America is support-
pressed concern over the Commun- ing the United Nations and is
st Chinese incursions in the striving for peace is shown by
:diddle East area, thus adding to the selection of personalities like
the threats to peace that exist Eleanor Roosevelt, Adlai Steven-
there, son and now Arthur Goldberg as
In reference to Israel, Vice this country's chief delegates to
President Humphrey said lie has the UN.
Apparently equally impressed by
never changed his attitude and
doesn't intend to and he ex- the Vice President's strong appeal
pressed hope for an early peace for peace and his emphasis for
that will bring comfort to the amity among nations, U.S. Senator
area. He said- he believed we Jacob K. Javits said he endorsed
Humphrey's sentiments and said
were nearer to peace now.
Vice-President Hubert Humph- "we all want peace . . . may it
rey told the delegation that Com- ever be so."
In compliment to Senator Ja-
munist China was trying to foment
an Arab "national liberation war" vits, Vice President Humphrey,
against Israel and seeking to infil- preceding the New York Sena-
tor's speech, said the differences
trate the mideast.
The Vice-President said that between the two were "only par-
ty differences."
China was trying to generate ten-
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
sions in the Middle East that were
not unrelated to United States vice president of Bnai Brith, intro-
problems in Vietnam. He said that duced theVice President and
the attempts by "militant forces in Senator Javits.
At a session devoted to discus-
southeast Asia," specifically Red
China and North Vietnam, to ex- sion of news media, the Jewish
pand tensions in the direction of Telegraphic Agency's role was re-
viewed and participants included
the Middle East were "serious."
Citing the so-called Palestine Philip Hochstein, nationally promi-
Liberation Organization of Ahmed nent newspaper executive; Victor
Shukairy, he revealed for the first Bienstock, managing director of
time that, during a recent visit to JTA; Boris Smolar, JTA's chief
India, he urged India to accept editor; Philip Slomovitz, Joseph
Israeli technical aid. India rejected Weisberg, Albert Bloom, Milton
such aid. He said the reason the Firestone.
The convention adopted a set
United States provided tanks and
jet bombers to Israel was because or principles for guidance in
aggressive forces were present in transliteration from Hebrew into
the Middle East and that "free English. Leo Frisch chaired the
people must be able to defend study on transliteration.
themselves."
The association elected Adolph

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 10, 1966-3

Shazar Itinerary for Americas Told

Rosenberg of Atlanta as president;
Conrad Eisen-
Uruguay, June 22-27; C hi 1 e,
(See Story Page 1)
berg, Atlantic
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel June 27-July 4; Argentina, July 4-
City, Albert Gol-
President Zalman Shazar will 12; Brazil, July 18-27. The Presi-
omb, Pittsburgh, have
a well-rounded itinerary, in-
and Jimmy cluding the United States, when dent and Mrs. Shazar will rest for
W is c h, Dallas, he arrives in the Americas later a few days in Uruguay between
v i c e presidents; this month. their visits to Argentina and Braz-
Milton Firestone,
The foreign ministry said the il. After visiting the United States,
Kansas City, trea- itinerary for the tour by Mr. and they are scheduled to return to
surer; Ma r tin Mrs. Shazar and a party of six, is Israel early in August.
K o r i k, Atlantic as follows:
C i t y, secretary;
Joseph J. Cum- ate in behalf of the down-trodden,
mins, Los Ange- the support of Israel, would not be
les, Milton Pin- able effectively to reach out to the
s k y, Columbus, communities which supply the
Leo Goldberger,
funds for creative efforts and for
Memphis, and redemption."
Rosenberg
Mrs. Lee Neus-
On the occasion of National
ner, Hartford, members of the
Jewish Press Week, the Sabbath of
executive committee. Morris Jan-
Self winding Lady-
the convention was dedicated here
off, retiring president, was added
matic, 14K white or
to
the
Jewish
press.
At
Adas
Israel
yellow
gold Sap-
to the -past presidents' list who
phette facet
congregation, of which Rabbi Stan-
serve as lifetime members of the
edged
ley Rabinowitz is spiritual leader,
125
crystal
board.
Philip -Slomovitz delivered the ser-
Others priced
from $60 to $1,000
Leo Frisch, Miriheapolis, was mon on the topic "Our Press and
elected honorary vice president.
Our Conscience." He reviewed the
GEORGE OHRENSTEIN
At a reception given the edi-
history of the various stages of
Certified Master Watchmaker
tors .at the Israel Embassy Fri- Jewish journalism — Ladino, Heb-
and Jeweler
day afternoon, the visiting news- rew, Yiddish, now English — and
Technical Center in Michigan for
men, headed by the newly-elect-
the attendant community responsi-
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sador to the United States, Av- journalism.
raham Harman.
Reviewing Israel's status, ex-
pressing confidence that Israel is
nearer to peace and that there is
evidence of closer relationships be-
tween Arabs and Jews, Ambassa-
dor Harman dealt also with inter-
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Philip Slomovitz, chairman of
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communities which are without
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Strictly
the services offered them by the
Kosher
Jewish press, will live in a
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