18—Friday, March 31, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
LA Jewish Population S ees Intermarriage Fall
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Inter-
marriage within Jewish households
has decreased since 1959, according
to a Jewish population study com-
pleted by the Jewish Federation-
Council's Research Service Bureau.
Current percentage of intermarri-
age per Jewish household is esti-
mated at 5.4 per cent as compared
to 6.3 in 1959, when the United
Jewish Welfare Fund-supported
bureau undertook its previous Jew-
ish population study.
The current report submitted by
bureau director Fred Massarik gives
an intermarriage breakdown ac-
cording to residential community. ,
Intermarriage in 1951 was esti-
mated as averaging 4.8 per cent of '
Jewish households in the Greater
Los Angeles area.
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Goldberg No Candidate
for Senate Against Javits
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
prospect of two Jewish candi-
dates contesting for a U.S.
Senate seat next year in New
York was dimmed Tuesday
when the State Department
issued a statement asserting
that Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S.
ambassador to the United Na-
tions, would not run for the
In response to published re-
ports that leading Democrats
expect Goldberg to run against
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, the State Depart-
ment issued a statement by
Goldberg asserting that "I am
not a candidate" for the Senate
from New York.
New Editor Appointed
to London Newspaper,
the Jewish Observer
LONDON (JTA)—The board of
directors of the Zionist Review,
Ltd., publishers of the Jewish Ob-
server and Middle East Review, ap-
pointed Maurice Samuelson, assist-
ant editor of the publication, as
Earlier this month, Jon Kimche,
editor of the weekly, was dismissed
from his post in a dispute over his
insistence on the publication of an
article on Israeli unemployment.
Dr. L. Schaller, who had served
as acting editor since Kimche's
dismissal, has been named manag-
TO A BETTER SOUTHFIELD
ABILITY • EXPERIENCE • LEADERSHIP
Mr. Perinoff's Platform
• Establish uniform and
equitable ,t a x assess-
• Free Assessor's office
from Political influ-
• Preserve city manager
• Create committee for
growth of city.
• Re-establish harmony
a n d cooperation be-
tween the various de-
partments of city and
other units of govern-
Associate Municipal Judge
Chairman of the Zoning Board
Member Zoning Board of
Oakland County Supervisor
Oakland County Plan
Detroit Metropolitan Area
Regional Planning Commission
ALEX C. PERINOFF
Votes for Public Defense
(Continued from Page 11)
accordance with protocol, the men-
tion of any country by name, Jus-
tice Cohn continued:
"I refer not to physical but to
the cultural suppression of a peo-
ple. You may prevent discrimina-
tion in social and economic fields
and still vi o I a t e fundamental
rights and freedoms—by not allow-
ing a people to develop their own
culture, speak their own language,
practice their own religion, main-
tain their own schools, and by
, pursuing a policy of forcible as-
! similation to the culture, language
and irreligion of the majority. The
propaganda is generally so formi-
dable that what results is not per-
suasion but fear; not conviction
but panic; not voluntary self-
determination but a coerced self-
denial under duress.
"We must, in this commission,
find ways and means to bring
home to all nations, even the most
powerful and prestigious among
them, that the rights and freedom
of religious and racial minorities
are being watched and taken care
of by the international community.
The establishment of the office of
a High Commissioner for Human
Rights may perhaps lead to the
solution of these problems."
3,000,000 Jews, but avoiding,
At the night session, the Ameri-
can point of view was pressed
Marc Lavry, Israel's
The appointment of HARRY Noted Composer, Dies
WEINTRAUB as manager of the
HAIFA (JTA) — Marc Lavry,
Midwest region for Mercer Alloys,
Inc., and Stalco International Corp. leading Israeli composer and con-
died here Saturday night
has been announced by J. H.
of a heart attack
Filner, president of both corpora-
at age 63. His
torios and other
Born in Riga,
Mr. Lavry stud-
ied music in that
Latvian city and
served as con-
ductor of t h e
Berlin Municipal Symphony Or-
chestra and the Riga Opera before
emigrating to Palestine in 1935.
He later served as conductor of
the Palestine Folk Opera.
Alex C. Perinoff, as an attorney,
has the qualifications that the
Mayor of Southfield needs to
properly fulfill the responsibil-
ities of the Mayor's Office.
Mr. Perinoff for nine years has
faithfully served the citizens of
Southfield in the following of-
U. N. Commission on Human Rights
VOTE MONDAY, APRIL 3rd
by another member of the U.S.
delegation, Roger W. Tuby, who
said that the High Commissioner
would help "to lessen abuses
committed on racial, religious or
The idea for the establishment
of a United Nations Commissioner
for Human Rights was first broach-
ed publicly by Jacob Blaustein,
honorary president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, in an ad-
dress at Columbia University, in
New York, on Dec. 4, 1963.
Later, the matter began taking
form and, in 1966, Costa Rica
proposed that the Human Rights
Commission form a special work-
ing group to study the matter. As
a result, a nine-member group was
formed and met at UN Headquar-
ters in New York earlier this year.
The working group adopted a
set of guiding principles for a High
Commissioner who, as a global
ombudsman, would be the UN's
human rights watchdog. The group,.
however, left open, for the full
commission's determination, the
basic question as to whether or
not such a post as High Commis-
sioner for Human Rights was to be
At the United Nations, N.Y.,
Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg,
chief U.S. delegate to the UN,
warmly endorsed on behalf of
his government the draft Inter-
national Convention on the Elimi-
nation of All Forms of Religious
Intolerance, adopted in Geneva
by the UN Commission on Hu-
He also voiced the Washington
administration's "co m m i t me nt"
to ratification of the UN Genocide
Convention, which was adopted in
1948 but has not yet been ratified
by the U.S.
Goldberg made his statement
dealing with all human rights at
the annual meeting of the Confer-
ence of United Nations Represen-
tatives of the United Nations As-
sociation-U.S.A., attended by more
than 100 representatives of nongov-
ernmental organizations accredited
to the United Nations.
At its meeting, the conference
re-elected Dr. William II. Korey
to a second one-year term as chair-
man. Dr. Korey is the UN repre-
sentative for the Coordinating
Board of Jewish Organizations,
comprised of Bnai Brith and the
Board of Deputies of British Jews..
Abraham Paull, 79;
In speaking of the Human Rights
.Com mission's action on religious
Headed Pinsker Aid
freedoms, Ambassador Goldberg
Abraham Paull. vice president ' lauded Abram as "one of the prin-
of Peoples Store Fixture Co., 3000 ciple authors of the religious-free-
Gratiot, and past president of doms document. His skill and per-
Pinsker Progressive Aid Society, suasiveness had much to do with
the unanimous adoption of the con-
died March 23 at age 79.
vention in the 32-member Human
Mr. Paull, 18438 Prairie, was on Rights Commission."
the board of Hebrew Benevolent
Society. Born in Russia, he lived
in Detroit 53 years.
Survivors are his wife, Fanny;
two sons, Harry and Ben; and
U.S. Aide on Desalination
Project Closes Shop Before
Taking Up New Viet Post
WASHINGTON (JTA)—A review
of the projected $200,000,000 joint
United States-Israeli nuclear de-
salination program was held here
Monday at a meeting between Ells-
worth Bunker and Gen. Ephraim
Ben-Artzi, Israel coordinator for
the experimental project. The
meeting reviewed pending ques-
tions and aspects of the plan.
Bunker, who has been serving
as President Johnson's personal
envoy on the joint project, has
been named U.S. ambassador to
South Vietnam and is terminating
his assignment on the desalination
Government sources said that no
decision had been taken on a re-
placement of Bunker in the de-
salination project, which will seek
to determine the technical and
economic feasibility of the appli-
cation of nuclear energy to the
desalting of brackish water.
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