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March 03, 1972 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

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TilUill111101T JEMSN NEWS
6—Friday, Aiwa 3, 1972

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(Continued from Page 1)
ZOA "to reconsider its action...Nal
return to the united Zionist !WW1
In response, Weisman declared
that the .20A 's decision " in no
way" violates , :this..e906Ortittly‘
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faarbi New -Yorli noVlitr.
lir
-:'..1iiissalenPliz".iellid"-''`with
any authefity to alter the ZOA's
deciilonto;witkitaw from the Fed'

(1106hi

smah
for Zionist unity by Rabbi Miller,
Schenkezvand Mrs. Faye L. Schenk,
pKesidenti:tof ,Hadas.sah, „"sounds
own
frono* -,in the
pai-lisafe rianeuversAming- the re-
cent election campaign to the Zi-
onist Congresti,:" Weisman was re-
.ferring
the ZO.A!zr difference
:lhe election'" of
-*lb the.;
delegatei to -the Colfgrels: Mrs.
Schenk stated last week that the
ZOA's decision to withdraw "will
perforce dissipate our energies in
unworthy inter-organizational com-
petition, confUsing thejinblic, ren-
dering a distervice M.fselel and
hindering rattier than tlurthering
Zionist ebjectives."
In,. his statement, Weisman re-
affirined the ZOA's decision and
its implementation "in order to
pre-serve the independence and in-
dividuality of its .awn programs.
We do not propose to continue to
waste long hours in debate in the
Federation's committees. On both
the national and local levels, this
las proven an exercise in utter
futility." He noted further that
"the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica is convinced that its leadership
and members can do" far more for
Zionism, Israel and the American
Jewish community through its-,own ,
ongoing and manifold programs."
The World Zionist Organization
Executive called Monday unani-
mously on the ZOA to reconsider
its decision. The executive met
under the chairmanship of Aryeh
L. Dulzin, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency and president of the World
Union of General Zionist with
which the WA is affiliated.

Weddings Dispute/1,7.--
in" British Community;
Chief Rabbi Rebuked

LONDON—The "Who is a Jew"
issue is not unique to Israel, judg-
ing by the controversy that has
erupted here over the halakhic ac-
ceptability of marriages performed
by Progressive (Reform) rabbis.
As the result of a memorandum
presented by the Board of Deputies
of British Jews and approved by
the. chief rabbi of Great Britain,
the leader of an Orthodox body de-
clared that neither the board nor
the chief rabbi (and his counter-
part Sephardic haham) can be
trusted to deal with the board's
religious matters.
Morris Lederman, president of
the traditional Federation of
Synagogues, said that the mem-
orandum prepared by the board
for the law commission's "work-
ing party on the solemnization of
marriages" included a passage
that apnears to imply differences
in marriage procedures of the -
Orthodox and Progressive sec-
tions are only "minor."
Lederman said the federation
will "never return to the Board of
Deputies until it is halakhically
possible to do so."
The memorandum marks the
board's first official intervention
in a controversial religious matter
after the amendment of a consti-
tuitional clause which granted con-
sultative status to the religious
leaders of the Progressive com-
munity.
Orthodox rabbis argue ,that the
offensive passage in -the board
memorandum was a diiect result
of the amendment, which they as-
sert is contrary to Jewish law. -

NEW YORK (JTA) — A new
Yiddish-language weekly news-
paper, "Der Algemeiner Journal,"
published its first issue of 20,000
copies Feb. 23i-faccording to its
editor:,,Gershon..ncobson. Jacob-
*, whoi.,WaX tifi editor of the
Day journal, which ceased
publication last Dec. 28, said he
intended Ao; attract most of the
former readers of the defunct
4a117-a:
'',Participants in the first issue of
Der Algemeiner Journal include
former editors and staff writers of
the Day"- Journal such as B. Z.
:Goldberg; D. L. Meckler, former
chief editor; Dr. Hale' Seidman
who wrote the weekly Torah por-
tion; and A. Alperin, former man-
aging editor. Der Algemeiner
Journal, said Jacobson, will cov-
er all news in depth and give par-
ticular emrauisis to Jewish com-
munal deVelojiments, ,.on political,
social, - religious • and:- cultural
events, and will project a political-
ly independent . editorial policy.
The 10-page paper is published
by Der Algemeiner Journal Cor-
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Seldis,,a New York businessman,

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established by a group of well-to-do
businessmen interested in promot-
ing the idea of Jewish identity and
information among the •wide mass-
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Jacobson said that if the weekly
venture is successful, it will be ex-
panded into a bi-weeldy (Fridays
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