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November 04, 1966 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Backlash, War Nerves

34—Friday, November 4, 1966

Mizrachi Women Urge Security Council Action

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America adopted a resolution urg-
ing the United Nations Security
Council to take "firm, vigorous
and undiluted action to curb Syrian
terrorism."
The resolution, adopted at the
close of the keynote session of the
41st annual national convention of
the group, appealed to the UN for
"speed and urgent consideration
to reduce growing tension in the
Middle East." More than 1,000
delegate s, representing 50,000
members in 37 states, recorded
appreciation of the U.S. role in
"seeking a reasonable resolution
to end acts of infiltration, aggres-
sion, and hostility by Syrian-based
terrorists."
The Mizrachi Women's resolu-
tion warned that "the conse-
quences of delay, inaction, or in-

RE-ELECT

VINCENT J. BRENNAN

JUDGE & RECORDER OF THE
RECORDERS COURT
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conclusive direction by the Secur-
ity Council can lead only to a grave
heightening of tensions, and to a
further deterioration of control by
the United Nations Truce Organi-
zation in the area."
The organization adopted a
budget of $1,320,000 to meet child-
care; social service and vocational
education needs in Israel during
the next 12 months, and to continue
its educational and cultural activi-
ties in the U.S. through 1967.
Delegates also voted $125,000 for
the continuation of services to the
disadvantaged. Other allocations
were $200,000 to continue an af-
forestation, road building and land
reclamation project in Galilee
through the Jewish National Fund;
$130,000 for cultural, educational
and youth activities in the United
States, and $100,000 for adminis-
trative expenses in Israel and the
United States.
Mrs. Aaron Leifer, of Brooklyn,
was elected national president of
the organization.

Leading to McCarthyism?

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi Ar-
thur J. Lelyveld, president of the

American Jewish Congress, warn-
ed Sunday that the United States
faced the prospect of another bout
with McCarthyism as a result of
war nerves and white backlash.
In his speech, before the Stephen
S. Wise Awards dinner here, he
warned of "strains" resulting
from America's involvement in
Vietnam. and "hostile reactions" to
Negro demands for integration.
Rabbi Lelyveld spoke in present-
ing the 1966 Stephen S. Wise
Award to U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Abe Fortas. Another
Stephen S. Wise medallion was
presented to Frank Abrams of
New York, "for strengthening Jew-
ish life." Abrams is national
treasurer of the Congress.

2 Residents of Aged Home
in South Africa Slain

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (JTA)
—Two residents of the Jewish Aged
Home here, Mrs. Anne Jacques,
72, and Mrs. Elda Zabow, 64, were
found murdered in the room they
shared, with their throats cut.
Police have yet to come up with
a motive for the heinous crime, it
1 A wise man knows everything; was reported Sunday. There was
a shrewd one, everybody — Anon- no sign of robbery. The Jewish
ymous.
Aged Home is now under police
guard.
Mrs. Jacques was a retired
teacher from Herzlia Jewish Day
School in Cape Town. She lived
at the home for a year. Mrs. Za-
bow lived in the home for several
years.

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