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May 10, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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Greeting From Their Ancestors to the Children of Israel


Out of the dust of our bosoms
Out of the anguish of our yearning
You are the blossoms
You are our children.
You la-ugh as we laughed
With full-throated joy,
You, sing as we sang
Watching our long-coated sheep
Asleep in the milk of the moon
Or wielding our scythes
Lightning snapping the gold of the car
You dance as we danced '
Arms locked in arms
Feet and hearts beating wildly together.
Yogi are our children—


You speak the tongue we spoke
For love: a brook tumbling over rocks
Scented with myrrh and sweetened
with honey;
For prophecy: an ocean burnished
with sunset
And swollen and scourged by the
For war: arrows of quivering steel
And trumpets of thunderous brass.
You are our children—
Ours your straight limbs
Ours your bronzed faces
Ours- your eyes sharp as the eagle's
watching his prey
And gentle as the doe's which never

-met hunter.
You are our children—
Proud with the knowledge of truth
Gracious with the comfort of strength
Extending the hand in greeting of
To men of good will,
Unsheathing the sword
Tempered in the furnace of justice
And honed on the stones of anger
To tyrants and men of ill blood.
You are our children—
Out of the dust of our bosoms
Out of the anguish of our yearning
You are the blossoms.
Bloom on forever!

Cowles and UPI Publish an Impressive 'Israel Special'

24—Friday, May 10, 1968


NPD Victory Cited as Reason to Sign
Anti-Genocide Pact, Says Sir Janner

LONDON (JTA) — Britain's
speedy ratification of the United
Nations' anti-genocide convention
was urged in the House of Com-
mons by Sir Barnett Janner and
other Laborite MPs today "in view
of the shocking rise of neo-Nazism
in Germany and the fact that Hu-
man Rights Year is in effect."
Sir Barnett raised the question
last week during a session on this
week's agenda. He asked the House
leader, Fred Peart, if he would
"reconsider introducing as speed-
ily as possible, legislation so that
we can accede to the convention
on genocide." Peart said "I am
afraid it will not be on next week's
business, but I know your strong
feelings on this point and I will
bear it in mind."
The Board of Deputies of British
Jews said that it viewed "with the
gravest concern, the continued
progress and success of the Na-

tional Democratic Party in the
elections in Baden-Wurttemberg."
The NPD polled nearly 10 per
cent of the popular vote in the state
eection. The board noted that it
had "repeatedly conveyed to the
Federal German Government its
view that firm action was essential
to curtail the dangerous influences
of the NPD."
* S *

A "20th Anniversary Special" en- flict between religion and secular- pectations can the world have for
titled "Israel," issued by Cowles ism; the Herculean task of admin- peace in the Middle East?
Bonn Supports Israel
Education Corportation in coopera- istrating the once-divided city of
The vividly illustrations in color
but Wants Ties With
lion with United Press Internation- Jerusalem—all come under careful and black-and-white photographs,
al, contains a vast amount of data scrutiny in this unique Special on in Israel Special reveals the heart
Says Kiesinger
about Israel and an impressive an- Israel.
of a nation. Through its pages read-
(JTA) — West German
alysis of the Jewish State's current
Israel's Arab neighbors
now ers will understand why the Israeli
Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger
numbering 100,000,000—also speak taxi driver, shop owner, student,
said in an interview that he was
Russia's role in the Mediterran- out in answer to such pressing farmer, politican and scholar stand
prepared to support Israel's inter-
ean, the Arab attitudes, religion questions as: Can the Arab army ready to pick up their rifles and
ests but hoped that the Arab states
and politics, the social aspects re- ever hope to win back Sinai and defend their country at a moment's
would resume diplomatic relations
lated to the varying forces that the West Bank by force? What ex- notice.
with Bonn in the not-too-distant
make up Israel's population—these
and many other aspects of Israel's
Ambassador Asher Ben Nathan
life and progress are covered in Anti-Jewish Abuse Is Reported Near Miami
of Israel wrote in an article pub-
this work.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Hollywood, Fla. The incidents have
lished in the Hamburg newspaper
to TheJewish News)
Beautifully illustrated, this
HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—A rash of occurred in South Broward County Projects to Aid Poor
"Die Welt" that the people of Is-
large sized work issued in maga-
anti-Semitic abuse, ranging from which included this and several in Ghettos Told in -
rael were watching with deep con-
zine form contains interviews outspoken refusals to rent to
cern the rise of neo-Nazi elements
Jews other resort cities just north of
with David Ben-Gurion, Levi En- to garbage dumped on the lawn
St. Louis, New York
of M i ami.
in West Germany. However, he ex-
kol, Moshe Day- an, Abba Eban
Accorling to the Shofar, "Chil-
a local rabbi, was reported in the
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—The pressed satisfaction with the way
and others. The Israel Social is Hollywood Shofar, publication of dreg in South Broward passing a
Community Centers Associ- official German - Israel relations
aptly describes as "a profile of the Jewish Welfare Federation of local junior high school on the way
St. Louis is engaged in had developed in the three years
from Hebrew school must daily nine projects as part of communal since both countries agreed to ex-
Artists, educators, army offi-
run a gauntlet of abuse, both ver- efforts to eliminate the causes of change ambassadors.
bal and physical."
cials, scholars, city administrators, We izm a n n Letters
Diplomatic relations have made
urban riots, the biennial conven-
the Israeli-born sabra, and his old- to Be Published in FAI
The paper noted further that iton of the National Jewish Wel- possible a continuing dialogue be-
er immigrant parents frankly dis-
when local elderly Jews asked to fare Board was told here. William tween the two countries, he said,
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
cuss the trials and triumphs of
to The Jewish News)
inspect a model apartment in a Kahn, executive director of the but he added that this does not
their nation. Life on a collective
LONDON --- The first volume of building being erected for senior St. Louis association, reported on mean there is complete agreement
settlement; the problem of the exil- the letters of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, citizens at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, the projects at a panel on the ef- on all matters at all times.
ed Arab refugees; the differences the first president of Israel, will be they were told by the renting agent fects of inner-city riots on Jewish
between the uneducated .dark- published in English by the Oxford that "We have been instructed that Community Centers.
Rusk Tells Congress
skinned "Oriental Jews" and the in- University Press here and in a these apartments are not be shown
Adult JCC members are tutoring Phantom Jets Withheld
tellectual European Jews; the con- Hebrew edition by the Mossad Bia- or rented to persons of the Hebrew
Negroes lacking high school train-
lak, in Israel. Meyer W e i s g a I, faith."
ing in elementary English and to 'Limit' M. E. ArMs
The paper also reported that a mathematics. As a result, he re- WASHINGTON (JTA) — Secre-
Extend Permission
tute of Science in Rehovot, told the local rabbi "frequently finds gar- ported, a number of the Negroes tary of State Dean Rusk, testifying
to Israeli Lawyers
Jewish Telegraphic Agency the bage on his lawn, has epithets have found jobs and, in some cases, before the House Foreign Affairs
volume is scheduled to appear shouted at him or his children better-paying jobs than they had Committee, told Congressmen that
for West Bank Cases first
next autumn. There will be 20 vol- from passing c a r s or has eggs when they started the training.
the United States has not sold F-4
JERUSALEM — (JTA) --- The umes in all, containing 20,000 let- thrown. at his own car during the
Six Negro adult trainees have Phantom jets to Israel because this
military governor of the Judaea ters with annotations and footnotes. night." "These incidents didn't been placed in the association's country is trying to limit the flow
and Samaria regions extended in- Weisgal said.
happen in Poland or Russia—they programs of day care, group work of arms to the Middle East.
definitely the permission for Is- _ Weisgal took
Rep._ Leonard _Farbstein, New
sick here on his happened in Broward C o u n t y, and health and education. This
raeli lawyers to appear in West way from Israel to Brazil on busi- Fla.," the Shofar said.
effort is part of a one-year train- York Democrat, asked Rusk to ex-
Bank courts. The military govern Hess for the
Weizmann Institute.
ing program for persons who have plain why the United States had
meet had planned to rescind the
completed high school. The goal not agreed to sell Israel the Phan-
permission but the failure of Arab
lawyers to end their strike made has called off his trip on the ad- a cg.2. 500 000 Grant
is to employ them when staff va- toms when the Soviet Union has
cancies occur. The trainees attendupplied
the Arabs with the latest
Its extension necessary, the Jew- vice of his doctor.
WALTHAM, Mass.—The founder special classes at the local junior so -r histicated aircraft.
ish Telegraphic Agency learned.
of the Wien International Scholar- college district.
Walt W. Rostow, White House
The Arab lawyers, who have re- DeGaulle Sends Shazar
ship Program at Brandeis Univer-
adviser on international security,
fused to practice under Israeli oc-
In anodier project, high school informed Rep. John J. Rhodes of
sity marked the 10th anniversary
Anniversary Greetings
cupation recently received large
seniors who are JCC members -I Arizona, chairman of the Republi-
PARIS (JTA) —President de
sums of money from the Amman
serve as volunteer aides in set- can Policy Committee, that Presi-
nouncing a $2,500,000 gift to ex-
bar to finance their strike. accord- Gaulle has sent a congratulatory panel its activities.
tlement houses in the ghetto, dent Johnson had moved no closer
ing to military government sources. telegram to President Shazar on
Lawrence A. Wien, an attorney with a JCC staff worker partici- to approval of the sale of the Phan-
This causes unnecessary hardships the occasion of Israel's 20th anni-
of New York City and chairman of pating. A series of inter-cultural tom plane to Israel than he had
activities between the JCC and been last January when he met
for the local Arab population which:
the Brandeis hoard of trustees,
must engage Israeli lawyers who• , de Gaulle's telegram extended "ut- thus brought to $7,000,000 t h e the inner city settlement 'lapses Prime Minister Levi Eshkol in
for the most part are unfamiliar . most
sincere wishes to President amount of money he has earmark- have involved use of some JCC Texas. Rep. Rhodes had urged the
with the language and with Jor- Shazar and the Israeli people."
building facilities by ghetto. res- President to correct the altered
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan of ed for the program, the largest
danian law under which '-the West
visits to JCC camp power balance in the Middle East
France declared at an Irsael in
Bank courts function.
grounds and participation with by sale of "fighter aircraft
of a
dependence Day celebration here ship program in the United States.
With the new gift, Brandeis JCC child members in programs, quality to enable the Israeli armed
Monday night that "despite the
as well as home and home ac- forces to compete with those of
Eshkol, Mapai Differ
French policies of today, we Jews
tivities by sports teams from the their neighbors, and other military
of France stand side by side with 100 Wien scholars each academic
and the settlement. houses. equipment."
Over Setup of Cabinet Israel." The grand rabbi asked year, with emphasis being placed
In New York a project to pro-
Meanwhile, 44 members of the
French Jewry to increase its help
Post to Handle Aliya
newly-emerging nations. At present vide decent housing for residents House joined in co-sporsoring a
to the Jewish state.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
The celebration, at the Palais de there are 56 Wien students in resi- of Harlem's ghetto is under way proposed House resolution urging
to The Jewish News)
under the Supervision of a volun- the Administration to sell the
TEL AVIV—A disagreement de- Chaillot, was attended by 3,000. An dence at Brandeis.
teer board of seven Negroes and Phantom aircraft to Israel to pre-
veloped Wednesday between Prime overflow crowd of 2,000 milled
seven Jews with a Reform rabbi serve the military power balance.
Minister Eshkol and the Mapai
serving as the 15th member and Additional members of both par-
faction in the new United Labor i Among those present were Israel White Merchants From
ties are adding their names daily
Party over the establishment of a Ambassador Walter Eytan and Dr. Washington Ghetto Areas
The project got under way with to the list.
new cabinet ministry to handle the Nahum Goldmann, president of the
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Re- the start of rehabilitation of two
problems of immigrant absor9tion. World Zionist Organization.
sponding to indications that - the grimy tenements on East 117th
A special committee of former
British Tories Seeking
District of Columbia government Street in Manhattan. They are the to
Mapai members, who comprised , Cleveland Council Gives
has succumbed to "black power" first of 29 buildings slated for re- r Amend Anti-Bias Bill
the largest group in the three-way
demands that white merchants — habilitation in a nine-block area
LONDON (JTA) — An amend-
merger that created the Labor $5,000 to King Fund
Jewish and non-Jewish — cease
P - rty, favors the proposed cabinet
CLEVELAND (JTA)—The Fed- trading in Negro neiliborhoods, from 116 th Street to 125th Street meat to Britain's race relations
eration Advisory Council of the the local unit of the Bnai Brith between Lexington and Park Ave. bill that would broaden its scope
,'. Eshkol, however, would pre eration
by banning discrimination on
Jewish Community Fed-
i_ ' to place absorption under the
League has ap-
grounds of religion, race and sex
aegis of the ministry of labor, eration has contributed $5,000 to pealed to Mayor Walter E. Wash-
as well as color, was introduced
the Martin Luther King Jr. Me-
headed by Yigal Allon.
ington to avoid "a segregationist A
r r gentina Rally Links
in Parliament by Quinton Hogg,
The prime minister argued that mortal Action Fund.
pattern" in D.C. business life. Alvin
opposition spokesman on home af-
creation of a Ministry of Absor,p-
The contribution is one of sev- J. Steinberg, chairman of the
ex- Fight
• zn , U. S. Netrro
- in
tion would lead to demands for eral by the Jewish community here ecutive committee, D.C.-Maryland
The amendament, one of several
more portfolios from the religious to the King Fund created for in- Regional. ADL Board, also ap- rael's fight for existence and the
party and Gahal, the Liberal-Herut ner city .action projects following pealed to the mayor to form an struggle of Negroes for dignity designed to broaden and strengthen
alignment, which are members of an appeal by Mayor Carl B. Stokes. advisory group that would include and equality are one and the same the measure, would afford pro-
the coalition government. In any The council is an informal as- synagogue and human rights battle—the fight of Abel against tection to Jews and other racial
event, absorption would be re- sociation of private foundations. Its groups as well as Negro economic Cain," a leader of Argentine
British Jewry, on the whole, has
moved from the Jewish Agency, check was presented to Walter development organizations, Gov- Jewry declared here at a mass
supported the bill on principle
which now has the responsibility. Beach, co-chairman of the King ernment officials, church organ- rally paying tribute to the Six
even though in its present form
The latter would continue to han- Fund, by Morton L. Mandel, chair- izations, citizens associations and Million and the Warsaw Ghetto it is limited to discrimination
dle immigration. - =.,:
man of
grounds of color.
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