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July 15, 1966 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6—Friday, July 15, 1966

Chile Bids Farewell to Shazar After His Tirumph

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News) ,

Shazar Monday after his trium-
SANTIAGO, Chile—The depar- phant two-week visit in Chile was
ture of Israel President Zalman featured prominently Tuesday in
the nation's press with La Nacion,
published by the government, de-
voting a four-column front page
spread to Shazar's farewell cere-
monies at the airport.
Immediately before his depar-
ture, Shazar was joined for lunch
at the Israel Embassy by Chilean
SUGGESTS THE
President Eduardo Frei and Mrs.
Frei.
The Israeli president arrived
Monday night in the Uruguayan re-
sort of Punta del Esta, where he
will rest before beginning a visit
to Brazil next Monday.

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Education Council Spurs Day Schools

(Continued from Page 1)
York. The election of Pincus as
co-chairman recognized the cen-
trality of Israel, which will have
eight Council members, as a crea-
tive force in Jewish education.
The Council will maintain a re-
gional headquarters in Jerusalem,
and it is expected that much of
the programing and research will
be centered there. The Council
will also include six European
representatives, two of whom will
be from Great Britain, five from
Latin America, one each from
Canada, Australia, South Africa
-and Iran and 15 members-at-large
to be elected by the Council's
executive committee when it is
constituted.
A crash program for an addition-
al 1,000 Jewish day schools
throughout the world in the next
decade was advocated at a meeting
which opened the plenary session
of the World Conference of Jewish
Organizations •(COJO) and ended
the meeting of the World
Council on Jewish Education. The
Proposal was made by Rabbi
Joseph H. tookstein of New York,
chairman of the World Council
presidium. The Orthodox rabbini-
cal leader said he was offering
his proposal "as the most effective
means of ensuring the preserva-
tion of Jewish life and Jewish tra-
dition."
Dr. Stephen Roth, European di-
rector of the World Jewish Con-
gress, told the delegates that the
emergence of the neo-Nazi Na-
tional Democratic Party was due
to a gradual diminishing of poli-
tical and economic factors which
had served to deter extremism in
West Germany in the early post-
war era.
, Arnold Forster, general counsel
of the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, reported on right-wing
extremism in the United States.
He charged that the racial right
was spending millions of •dollars
in a sustained attack on the United
Nations. • •
The plenary acted Tuesday to
strengthen its structure and ex-
tend its role as a worldwide
consultative body by dropping a
proposed veto rule.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, who was
re-elected chairman of COJO, and
Dr. William A. Wexler, president
of Bnai Brith, both• COJO affiliates,
spoke for closer coordination
among Jewish groups on interna-
tional matters. Other delegations
joined in adopting a set of "basic
principles" to enable COJO to en-
gage in more functional activities
without impairing the autonomy of
the 10 constituent organizations.
The veto proposal, which • would
have required unanimity among
the 10 constituents• for COJO to
act on any substantive matter,
was abandoned in a proposal made
by Dr. Wexler, as chairman of- a
committee • drafting bylaws for
COJO, in favor of a policy requir-
ing "a substantive majority."
Under the proposed rule, any dis-
senting constituent would be free
to disassociate itself publicly from
any majority decision.
Rabbi- - Jay - Kaufman, executive
vice president of Bnai Brith, pro-
posed that COJO explore ways to
eitabliSh a "single and central
voice to present the Jewish view-
point in Jewish-Catholic relations."
He said this would be an effective
way to "clarify what Jews believe
in those areas where the Catholic
Church sought such expression."
* * *

160 U.S. Jewish Educators
in Israel for Conference

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

A group of 160
leading American Jewish educators
arrived here Tuesday for the an-
nual conference of the National
Council, for Jewish Education, the
first to be held in Israel.
The educators will hold a dia-

JERUSALEM —

The Jewish Community of Iron,
which dates back to the 6th Cen-
tury B.C.E., numbers some 80,-
000 persons, more than half of
whom live in the capital city of
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parts and will visit Israeli educa-
tional institutions during their
stay. The conference will open
Saturday night at the Hebrew Uni-
versity.

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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