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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 6, 1967-13

Wealth of 6,000 Unusual Quotations
Compiled in Rudolf Flesch's Book

Scholars and public figures of all
nations, all ages, are included in
the selections made by Rudolf
Flesch for his "The Book of Un-
usual Quotations," published by
Harper and Row.
In the 6,000 classified thoughts
the reader will find a gold mine of
suggestions applicable for all
events, especially useful to public
speakers, suitable for writers, of

Weizmann Institute Gives
Award to Lord Sieff

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Lord Sieff of Brim-
ton declared here Tuesday night
that Israel could solve its current
economic problems by "proper
study" and "a common sense ap-
proach." He spoke during the
presentation to him of the 1966
Weizmann Award
for Sciences and
Humanities.
The Sieff fam-
ily founded the
scientific institute
at Rehovotin
1934.
He urged the
rr: Jews of Israel to
"show the same
'courage that
guided the found-
ing fathers of the
Jewish communi-
ty in prestate
Lord Sieff Palestine and
added he had found that rumors of
a depressed mood in Israel had
been exaggerated in London." He
said the main problem in Israel's
present slump was one of "human
relations, especially in industry."
The awards were presented at a
special convocation of the Weiz-
mann Institute executive by Presi-
dent Meyer Weisgal. An award to
the late Rebecca Sieff was be-
sowed posthumously. It was accept-
ed by her daughter.

immense value to students.
There is a very brief but inter-
esting set of thoughts on Jews and
there are quotes from the Bible
and related subjects.
Benjamin Disraeli, Heinrich
Heine, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and
Salvador de Madariaga were select-
ed for their comments on Jews.
Noted thinkers are quoted on
their views of the Bible, Jere-
miah and the Ten Command-
ments.
The great men and women of all
time were selected for relevant
comments. For instance, there is
Mark Twain's comment on super-
stition:
"Let me make the supersti-
tions of a nation and I care not
who makes its laws, or its songs
either."
An interesting essay by the col-
lector of these quotations explains
his "hobby" and offers advice on
the use of this most valuable work.
The well compiled "author in-
dex" which refers to pages on
which the selectees are quoted in-
dicates the wealth of the collection
and proves of value in the use of
this book.

Jewish Students Who Left
N. Africa Found Movement

JERUSALEM (JTA) — T h e
founding conference of Oded, the
movement of Jewish students who
emigrated from North Africa, be-
gan here Monday night with more
than 100 delegates from Israel and
France attending. There are about
5,000 such students, many of whom
a r e attending universities in
France.
The movement is sponsored by
the Jewish Agency's youth and
hehalutz department. Its director,
Eliahu Dobkin, expressed the hope
that Oded would encourage many
of the students in France to settle
in Israel. Oded members are be-
ing helped by the department.
Superstition renders a man a fool, Many of them expressed their
and scepticism makes him mad.
gratitude for such help in their
—Fielding. speeches at the conference.

Jewish Agency, Zionist Executive Convene in Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A four-day
plenary meeting of the Jewish
Agency opened Wednesday in
Jerusalem with the participation of
the American members of the
agency executive. It will be fol-
lowed by sessions of the Zionist
Actions Committee which is the
highest body of the World Zionist
movement between Zionist Con-
gresses.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann told a
press conference here that the
World Union of General Zionists
favors appointment of a permanent
political committee, on the level of
the Jewish Agency executive mem-
bers, to act for the Zionist move-
ment on matters concerning the
position of Jews in various coun-
tries.
Dr. Neumann, who is president of
the World Union, said such a com-
mittee actually functioned during
every World Zionist Actions Com-
mittee session but that the World
Union wanted a permanent com-
mittee with a secretariat.
Such a committee, he said, would
act in cooperation and in coordina-
tion with the World Jewish Con-
gress, Zionist federations and or-
ganizations throughout the world.
He said the World Zionist Organi-
zation should not leave the initia-
tive in political activities to the
WJC or Bnai Brith or any other
organization.

He lauded Aryeh Pincus, the

agency executive chairman "in

whom we have found a young
energetic leader" for his reor-
ganization of various agency de-
partments. Dr. Neumann stress-
ed that the World Union would
not oppose the appointment of a
new agency executive if this was
made necessary by the reorgani-
zation.
Declaring that the current econ-
omic and security crises in Israel
make the meetings of the Jewish
Agency and the Zionist Actions
Committee among the most impOrt-
ant that have been held since the
declaration of the state of Israel
18 years ago, Mrs. Rose L. Hal-
prin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency-American Section, left for
Israel Monday.
The meetings of the agency, said
Mrs. Halprin, "will be held in the
shadow of the current economic
and security problems now con-
fronting Israel. Not since the days
of pre-statehood has the agency
executive had to cope with prob-

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