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January 13, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-13

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Pope Snds Envey to Greet Retiring Federation Leaders

NEW YORK (JTA) —A special
emissary of Pope Paul VI sent
directly from -Rome with a message
from the pontiff was a highlight of
a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria
honoring Dr. Maurice Hexter and
Joseph Willen on their retirement
as executive vice presidents of the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies of New York. Principal speak-
ers at the dinner, attended by more
than 1,000 leading New Yorkers,
included Governor-Nelson A. Rocke-
feller and Mayor John V. Lindsay.
The Pope's emissary, Father
Felix A. Morlion, president of the
Pro Deo Free International Uni-
versity for Social Studies of Rome,

read the message, which was de-
scribed as "a recognition in the
spirit of the renewed brotherhood
expressed in Vatican Council II."
Joseph' M. Proskauer, former
Justice of the Supreme Court, ap-
pelate division, of the State of New
York and sixth president of Fed-
eration, delivered the major tribute
to Willen and Dr. Hexter.
He stressed that "few commu-
nity leaders have done so much
to help provide so many vitally
needed services to so -many mil-
lions of New Yorkers over the
past half century." Willen has
been associated with Federation
since 1919; Dr. Hexter since

Stuttgart Won't Rent
Hall for NPD Meeting

1937. Both became executive vice
presidents in 1941. The successor
is Dr. David G. Salten.
In his message, Pope Paul laud-

STUTTGART (JTA)—The city of
Stuttgart has rebuffed a bid by the
extremist National Democratic
Party to rent the Stuttgart city
hall for an NPD mass meeting.
The NPD responded to the rebuff
by filing a claim with the admin-
istrative court to force the city
to rent the 1,000-seal hall.
Arnold Kleft, the lord mayor,
told the press he had decided to
refuse the hall to NPD, despite
several recent court decisions forc-
ing other cities to rent their - halls
to the ultra-right party. He said
that because of its "good contacts"
with foreign countries, Stuttgart
felt it was obligated to deny the
hall to a political party whose
democratic aims were doubtful.
The official organ of the Cath-
olic Bishopric of Hildershein de-
manded that the West German
government outlaw the NPD. The
Catholic newspaper said the NPD
should be outlawed now, before
such neo-Nazi forces gained such
strength that it would be im-
possible to overcome them.
The NPD has been formally de-
scribed by Interior Minister Paul
Lucke as neo-Nazi.

ed the "precious work" accomplish-
ed by Dr. Hexter and Willen. In
presenting this message, Rev.
Father Morlion said: "Why should
the head of the Catholic church
himself decide to send a message
to two Jewish leaders? The reason
is that after the Ecumenical Coun-
cil, particular occasions have been
sought to affirm the great princi-
ples that are common to Jewish
and Christian traditions.
"One of those principles and
perhaps- the most important is the
mitzva," the Pope's special emmi-
sary continued. "In this era which
we can call the spiritual revolution
of understanding and esteem, we
do not want to honor a leader just
because of the tenets he professes
or the words he speaks. We now
see that the best criterion to judge

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The demand was made in a
taped conversation in the "En-
counter" series of conversations
between Abram - and Dr. Doug-
lass, produced by the office , of
communication of the United
Church of Christ and released
to radio stations across the
country."

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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NEW YORK — The president
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee and a prominent Protestant
spokesman called on the Soviet
government to meet with Jewish
and Christian leaders to work out
humane and orderly ways for Jews
to leave the Soviet Union to be
reunited with other members of
their families scattered in other
countries.
Morris B. Abram and the Rev.
Dr. Truman Douglass, executive
vice president of the board for
homeland ministries of the United
Church of Christ, made their de-
mand in response to a statement
in Paris by Soviet Premier Alexei
N. Kosygin that "there is no prob-
lem" for Soviet Jews who wish to
leave Russia to be reunited with
their families.

He's a Friend of Israel

BY AHARON ROSEN

pah - keed

AJCommittee Head
Joins Protestant VIP
in Appeal to Russia

JERUSALEM (JTA)—President
Dr. Douglass urged that Con-
Zalman Shazar will visit Canada
gress pass laws enabling legisla-
in May, it was announced.
He will arrive in Canada on tion to permit Soviet Jews to join
May 21 and on May 23 will visit their families here.
Expo 67, the international fair in
Montreal, at the invitation of the Ultraright German Paper
governor general of Canada.
Hits Kiesinger for Saying

HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT

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the value of a human life is to con-
sider the deeds accomplished by
man for his fellow man. The mitzva
tradition, so profound and power-
ful in the Jewish people, never
ceases to stress that the Tora can-
not fulfill the requirements of reli-
gion without the mitzva which em-
bodies in deeds God's command-
ments."

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Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
'dvanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by writing to ; But Ivrit Olalnil P.O.B. 7111,
jerusalem,

,

Published by Brit Ivrit Olannit

BONN — The ultrarightist Deut-
sche National and Soldaten Zeitung
denounced editorially Tuesday pro-
Israel and pro-Jewish statements
made recently by Chancellor Kurt
Kiesinger in an exclusive inter-
view with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency. — -
The editorial assailed the chan-
cellor's statements in the interview
that he would try to gain the con-
fidence of Israel and of many Jews
elsewhere by his policies as chan-
cellor. The editorial asserted that
these statements would benefit the
extremist National Democratic
Party.
The editorial also criticized the
chancellor for receiving Dr. Nahum
Goldmann and for the chancellor's
promise to Dr. Goldmann that de-
spite West Germany's financial
problems, there would be no cur-
tailment of indemnification pay-
ments to victims of Nazism.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 13, 1967-15

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1.8 million individual Bonds have
been re-issued after records had
been checked and ownership facts
established.

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