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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-19

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14—Friday, July 19, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zionist Congress Resolutions on Aliya Movement

imiDAYENU

The resolutions on the Aliya
movement
adopted by the 27th
HENRY
LEONARD
BY
World-Zionist Congress are: .
1. The aliya movement will be
the framework for prospective
olim among the Jews 'in the Dia-
spora.
2. Believing that large-scale
aliya from the West can be
achieved, this Congress recog-
nizes that:
(a) The major purpose of the
aliya movement is to unite and
organize individuals and groups
who desire to go on aliya, in
order to enable them to give prac-
tical expression to their desire.
The executive of the World Zion-
ist Organization, the territorial and
other Zionist organizations and
the shlihim of all departments
working in the Diaspora shall ex-
tend all assistance towards this
end.
(b) It shall be the duty of the
individual aliya groups, while still
in the Diaspora, to promote aliya
on a personal basis among the
still uncommitted so that aliya be-
comes their individual decision.
(c) Shlihim shall be provided
specifically to work with the aliya
movements. They shall be chosen
for their ability and suitability —
without reference to political affil-
iation—and preferably shall be
`Credibility Gap,' Not Age, olim
from the countries to which
Parts Youth, Elders
they are assigned.
EL PASO (JTA) — It is not a
(d) The aliya groups shall have
Beth Aaron Synagogue has en- "generation gap" but a "credibility access to an efficient information
gaged Cantor Joseph Birnholtz as gap" that separates rebellious
youth from its troubled parents,
full - time cantor
according to Rabbi Harold M. ADL Differs With Nixon
of the congrega-
Schulweis, of Oakland, Calif. The on Tactic to Fight Bias
tion as of July 1,
Conservative rabbi told Bnai Brith
according to an
NEW YORK — Declaring that
delegates here the conflict between
announce-
"private club prejudice is not a
youth
and
parents
does
not
involve
ment made by
a conflict of ideologies but of "fi- private matter," Benjamin R. Ep-
Max Nosanchuk,
stein, national director of the An-
delity to ideals."
president.
ti-Defamation League of Bnai
The rabbi, who said that a dis-
Cantor B irn-
Brith, commented on Richard
proportionate number of hippies
holtz has b e e
and New Left activists were Nixon's statement that he would
elected to fill the ‘
"work from within" to change the
from Jewish homes, declared
vacancy 'created . '
that "it's not that angry young- discriminatory membership prac-
by the departure Cantor Birnholtz
sters don't believe in what their tices of the Baltusrol Golf Club
of Cantor Moses Serenson.
parents believe. They just don't to which he belongs.
Cantor Birnholtz, a baritone, believe that their parents really
"If he does not succeed," Ep-
sang as a soloist in many syna- believe." Their judgments, he
stein said, "we are confident that
he would resign. We are certain
gogue choirs and received instruc- said, are a condemnation of the
tion from some of the famed can- adult generation, "overaccommo-
Mr. Nixon recognizes that the time
, dations to mindless, surplus ma-
tors in Poland.
has come when American public
terialism" and compromises with
figures must set an example by
His musical instruction was in-
authentic social values.
refusing to remain part of insti-
terrupted by World War II, after
Rabbi Schulweis criticized the tutions which practice discrimina-
which he resumed his religious
and musical studies in Germany, pressures placed on youngsters to tion."
where he also received training achieve adult standards of material
success. This was "coercion with-
in opera.
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The cantor came to the United out purpose," he said, inducing
States in 1947 and continued his many Jewish youth to rebel. De-
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music studies both privately and spite their anger 'or fruatrations,
To
do 'computerized Insur-
alienated
youngsters
rarely
ex-
at the Detroit Conservatory of
ance plarining with business
Music. He served as cantor at press strong hostility toward par-
and professional clients. In-
Cong. Beth Hillel for four years. ents, Rabbi Schulweis said.
tensive training program
Cantor Birnholtz lives in Oak
begins August 5.
Park with his wife Edith and Bonn Rabbi's Pessimism
For free aptitude test to
three children.
for Jews' Future Argued

Beth Aaron Hires
Cantor Birnholtz

70 Study for Rabbinate
Seventy residents of eight states,
the District of Columbia and Can-
ada have been admitted to the
first-year ordination program at
the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theologi-
cal Seminary, an affiliate of Ye-
shiva University, it was announced
by Norman B. Abrams, the Semin-
ary's administrative director.
The students, all graduates of
Yeshiva College, the university's
undergraduate liberal arts and
sciences college for men, will begin
the three year rabbinical study
program at the seminary.

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Shrink Hemorrhoids

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Relieve Pain In Most Cases.

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with the ability, in most cases—
to relieve pain, itching and shrink
hemorrhoids. In case „after case
doctors proved, while 'gently re-
lieving pain, actual reduction took
place. The secret is Preparation
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infection. Just ask for Prepara-
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—Adv.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

GENEVA — An official of West
Germany's Jewish community
Tuesday disputed a Bonn rabbi's
pessimistic estimate of the future
of Jews in that country.
Dr. Hendryk van Damm, general
secretary of the Central Council
of Jews in Germany, told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that Dr.
Bernard Farkas, rabbi of Bonn and
Aachen, erred when he said that
there were only 26,000 Jews left
in Germany, more than half of
whom are past 50 years of age.
Dr. Farkas made his remarks in
a report to the biennial convention
of the World Council of Synagogues
in London. Dr. Van Damm is at-
tending the Conference of Jewish
Organizations here. He said that
"The average age of Jews in Ger-
many during the last 10 years
remains constant — under 46."
He said that there were 27,000
Jews affiliated with various com-
munities in West Germany, but
there were "others who were not
affiliated yet remained Jews ana
therefore must be counted as
such." Dr. Van Damm said that
Dr. Farkas had come to West Ger-
many from Czechoslovakia a few
years ago and was not a member
of the presidium of the Union of
Rabbis of the West German Fe-
deral Republic.

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center in Israel which shall, in
conjunction with the settlers' or-
ganizations, provide current, ef-
fective and comprehensive infor-
mation.
(e) It shall be the duty of each
territorial Zionist organization to
give priority to the financing of
its aliya movement.
3. The aliya movement, though
forming an integral part of the
Zionist organization, will be an
autonomous movement.
4. Any Jew committed to settling
in Israel within three years will
be elgibile for membership in the
aliya movement.
5. Membership in the aliya
movement will be without regard
to political or ideological identi-
fication. The aliya movement
shall consist of local aliya groups
and halutzic and other gar'inim.
6. The aliya movement will as-
sist its members in adapting their
skills to the needs of Israel, and

it will help its members to estab-
lish contact with colleagues in their
professions in Israel, for strength-
ening . their ties and exchanging
information.
7. The aliya movement shall sup-
port the concept of a year of
service in Israel for every Jew-
ish youngster.
8. The aliya movem ent will be
represented on all ele cted Zionist
bodies.

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Retain - - Supervisor
PAUL

348

Democrat
11th District

M SILVER

Primary

Tuesday, August 6

SUPERVISOR PAUL SILVER leads the effort today to
expand City-County Mental Health programs.

RETAIN — SUPERVISOR SILVER

HILILEL
DAY
SCHOOL

LIMITED REGISTRATION STILL OPEN

FOR

KINDERGARTEN — Morning or Afternoon Sessions
FIRST GRADE 8:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Enroll your child in Hillel Kindergarten now to assure
enrollment for first grade nest year.

Transportation Available

Call 548-8224

1968
CITY TAXES

ALL 1968 CITY TAX BILLS
HAVE BEEN MAILED
A number of

properties are listed on the 1968 tax rolls as OWNER UN-
KNOWN. If you have failed to receive your tax statement, please request
duplicate by phone, 965-4200, Extension 551, by mail, or in person at the
City - County Building as interest must be added if not paid by August 31.*
TO FACILITATE PHONE CALLS IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE WARD
NUMBER AND ITEM NUMBER BE KNOWN.
*1968 FULL TAX MAY BE PAID THROUGH SEPTEMBER 3, WITHOUT
INTEREST, DUE TO THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAY.

FIRST HALF DUE AUGUST 15
ROBERT J. TEMPLE
,CITY, ,TREASURER

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