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February 17, 1967 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Archbishop's Statement

28—Friday, February 17, 1967

Eshkol Wants World Jewry to Gaff

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A world Jewish gathering to include
noted Jewish leaders from every profession and country is now
being considered by the Israel government to mark this state's
20th anniversary in 1968, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol announced
Monday in the Knesset (Parliament). The agenda of the confer-
ence he said, would be the partnership between Israel Jewry
and Jews outside of Israel.

Eshkol? who presented the budget of the Prime Minister's
Office, dedicated a major portion of his address to the problem
of Jewish survival. He said that many Jews. in Israel, espe-
daily the young ones, are not steeped in the ways of Jewish
tradition, nor has Israel developed a culture of its own.
The premier said that the two major centers of Jewish life

outside Israel — the East and the West — "do not come to Israel
for opposing reasons. Those who want to cannot, and those who
can do not want to."
Asserting that ties: between all three centers of Jewish life
are essential for the very existence of the Jewish people, Eshkol
said that Israel's youth must be imbued with Jewish values, and
Israelis everyfhere, including students, must find ways to reach
other Jews.

Dr. Shabtai Rosenne
Takes Comay's Place
for the Time Being

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —
Dr. Shabtai Rosenne, legal adviser
to the Israeli Foreign Ministry

since the state was born in 1948,
arrived here from Jerusalem to
take up the post of acting Israeli
permanent representative to the
United Nations.
He will take the place for the
time of Israel's ambassador here
since 1960, Michael S. Comay, who
left for a special mission to the
Far East, after which he will give
up his UN post and return to Je-
rusalem at his own request.

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A nnouncements

Feb..10—To Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Margolis (Rochelle Lesnick), form-
er Detroiters of Kansas City,
Kans.; a son, Jeffrey Howard.

*
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
D. Katser, formerly of Oak Park,
now residing in Lansing, a daugh-
ter, Elizabeth Ann.
* *
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. David
(Nina Woolf) Eisenberg, 22160
Dante, Apt. 107, Oak Park, a son,
Marc Alan.
* * *
Jan. 28—TO Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Zuckerberg (Laura Siporin) - , 14040-
"W. Ten Mile, Oak Park, a son, Erik
David.
* * *
Jan. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Lee Miller (Elaine Schweitzer),
25111 Gardner, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, 'Lisa Rae:
* * *
Jan. 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Martin
Weissman (Linda Bloom), 15822
Fairfax, Southfield, a son, David
Eric.
* * *
Jan. 16 — To Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Blumenfeld (Sandra Perlstein of
Chicago), 17605 Meyers, a son,
Herschel David.

Work on Kibutz Is Part
of College Tour in Israel

This summer, 250 American stu-
dents age 17 to 24 will spend two
weeks of a two-month vacation get-
ting up at 6 a.m. to work in the
fields of Israel six days a week.
They will be participants in an
eight-week kibutz and vacation
program sponsored by Histadrut
Student Tours, a nonprofit educa-
tional project of the Histadrut
Foundation for Educational Travel.
Upon arriving in Israel the stu-
dents are given a thorough orien-
tation in the ways of Israeli life.
Younger members of the program
are each assigned to an Israeli
family living on a moshav, a co-
operative farm, while the older
students spend their time in a
kibutz.
The students then will spend 12
days touring Israel and 14 days in
Italy, Switzerland and FranCe, or
16 days in Greece and Italy, in-
cluding a five-day cruise of the
Greek Isles.
Applications for enrollment are
now being accepted by the Hista-
drut office, UN 4-7094.

,

Only One of Three Jews

in Montreal Uses Yiddish

MONTREAL (JTA) — Yiddish;
which 99.6 per cent of the Jews
in metropolitan Montreal consider-
ed as their mother tongue in 1931,
was spoken by only 30.2 per cent
in 1961. The sharp drop in usage
of the language by East European
Jewry was reported in an interim
analysis by Louis Rosenberg, re-
search director of the Canadian
Jewish Congress.
The report indicated that, in
1961, the percentage of those able
to speak both official languages,
English and French, was higher
among the Jews than among , any
other ethnic group, except the
French.

* *

Yiddish Journal Put Out
by Rochester Center

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (JTA)—An
English-Yiddish journal of Jewish
literature and thought has been
published here, and is believed to
be the first periodical of its kind
issued by any Jewish center in the
United States.
Entitled "Jewish Roots," the
journal is published by the Jewish
Young Men's and Women's Asso-
ciation of Rochester. The first is-
sue contains 64 pages, 42 of which
comprise the Yiddish section.

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

BONN — The presidium of the
Society for Christian-Jewish Coop-
eration Wednesday decided to cele-
brate Brotherhood Week, amid
mounting conflict that stemmed
from a recent statement of Josef
Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of
Cologne, to an American Rabbi.
One of the society's chairmen
said the organization would ask
the prelate to address a brother-
hood meeting, a decision that may
lead to resignations of some of
the organization's officers.
The society's three chairmen will
meet with the cardinal on Friday.
It is understood that if he fails to
make a clear apology for his re-
marks to Rabbi Max Nussbaum,
chairman of the American Section
of the World Jewish Congress, they
would resign.

The Tora of the Ellis Island Chapel which was used by genera-
tions of Jewish immigrants in their first religious services in this
country, is presented by Murray I. Gurfein (left), president of
United Hias Service, worldwide Jewish migration agency, to Charles
H. Silver, president of the new International Synagogue at the
John F. Kennedy Airport. The airport has replaced Ellis Island as
the principal port of entry for immigrants to the United States.

Rabbi Nussbaum, during a visit
to Germany two weeks ago,
quoted the archbishop as citing
alleged Jewish predominance in
various aspects of German life as
one of the explanations for Hit-
lerism. The cardinal said the
statement had been taken out of
context and distorted.

There was sharp contention at a
recent society meeting between
members of the Jewish community
who favored holding the Brother-
hood Week celebration, and had
visited the cardinal recently to
apologize for the "misunderstand-
ing" over his statement to Rabbi
Nussbaum, and Christians, who
were opposed to any compromise
over the issue and demanded that
the churchman issue an outright
apology.

Ex-Mayor of NY Applauds Celebrate 70th Birthday
Israel Bond Investments of Dr. Israel Goldstein

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

MONTREAL—New York City's
former Mayor Robert F. Wagner
praised Israel Bonds Wednesday
evening as "a darn good invest-
ment."
Addressing a dinner sponsored
by the Mount Royal Lodge of Bnai
Brith and the State of Israel Bonds,
Wagner said that "many insurance
firms, banks and other organiza-
tions that are 'in the know' have
German Justice Ministers
invested in Israel Bonds and are
to Study Extension of
doing so now."
Irving Riddell, a Montreal Jew-
War Crimes Statute
ish leader, was presented with the
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
Israel Medal of Freedom at the
BONN — A conference of min- dinner for his activities on behalf
isters of justice of the West Ger- of the Jewish state.
man states has been called to con-
sider the issue of the statute of
limitations for former Nazis ac- Plan Interfaith Luncheon
cused of war crimes, which expires
Following Sabbath morning ser-
in 1969. The conference will be vices at Temple Beth Jacob of
held in March. The ministers favor Pontiac, there will be an Interfaith
postponing the deadline or abolish- Luncheon in the social hall, to
ing it, according to the minister which non-Jewish guests of stu-
of justice of the R.hineland Pfalz, dents are invited.
H. Schneider.
The 1969 deadline was set by Arab Bank Violated Boycott
the West German parliament in Against Israel, Cairo Charges
1965 when the German 20-year
TUNIS (ZINS) — The now de-
statute of limitations would other-
wise have freed thousands of sus- funct Lebanese Bank Intra has
pected war criminals from further been engaged in direct trade trans-
actions with Israel since 1960 in
investigation and trial.
violation of the Arab boycott
against the Jewish State, discloses
Collegians Invited to Tour the Egyptian newspaper "El Mus-
S. America on ZOA Trip
war" appearing in Cairo. The
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire .
newspaper adds that the Intra
to The Jewish News)
branches in Paris and Geneva pur-
NEW YORK—A - collegiate tour chased Israeli goods which they
to Latin America was announced sold in Arab countries as French-
Wednesday by Masada, youth di- made products.
vision of the Zionist Organization
of America, as part of its student
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cooperation with the Maccabees,
the Latin American. Zionist youth
organization.

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BRUSSELS — Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, world president of Keren
Hayesod, fund-raising arm of the
World Zionist Organization, was
guest of honor at a mass meeting
here Tuesday that celebrated his
70th birthday.
The meeting launched the 1967
Netherlands Keren Hayesod cam-
paign.
Dr. Goldstein received the plau-
dits of delegates from France; the
Netherlands and other European
countries and greetings from the
Israel Embassy. The Zionist leader
told the gathering that Arab bor-
der provocations were Israel's first
problem of the moment — and the
economic recession, the second.
The need to provide new immi-
grants with the requirements for
permanent settlement was Israel's
third great problem, he said.

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for Brotherhood Week

JERUSALEM (JTA) — An Israeli desalination plant, produced
in accordance with the vacuum-freezing process invented by Alexan
der Zarchin, has been sold to the Italian government, it was an-
nounced here today.
The first such plant to be sold abroad will be used in Italy's
semi-arid south. The Israeli firm will supply its key components,
and the rest will be made in Italy according to Israeli specifications
and plans. Cost of the plant is - $250,000.
The plant will be assembled at Bari, Italy, for testing, • after
which it will be shipped to the south of Italy, where Israeli experts
will he on hand to operate it for the first few months. It will produce
400 tons of fresh water per day.
A similar plant is now in use in Eilat, Israel, and a second re-
portedly may be constructed next summer.

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