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March 14, 1975 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-14

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'THE :DETROIT Allf1611:4NEVIS'

Deceive No One

Deceive no one, be he Jew
or non-Jew. Do not argue
and quarrel with people,
regardless of what religion
they . confess. Be honest in
business. Do not say that a
certain price has been of-
fered for your merchandise
when it is not so, and do not
pretend to be unwilling to
sell when you are. Such con-
duct is unbefitting a Jew . .
. If a contract is concluded
between 'Jews- and non-
Jews, mutually binding, the
former must live up to it
even if the latter do not .. .
No one must be wronged,
whether he belong to our re-
ligion or to another. —Ju-
dah HeHasid in "Sefer Has-
idim." •

U.S. Newsmen
Visit Israel

NEW YORK — Thirty
American newsmen are in
Israel this week as part of
the American Zionist Feder-
ation's program to acquaint
the U.S, news media with
Israel's leaders and people.

The trip coincides with
U.S. Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger's trip to
the Middle East, and is the
sixth such trip for the media
sponaored by the AZF.

For most of the partici-
pants, it is their first trip to
Israel. The only participant-
from Michigan is Margery
Champine of WOWO Radio
in Muskegon.

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History of British Section
of the WJC Is Remembered

By JOSEF FRAENKEL

Jewish News Special London Cor-
respondent

gathered in Geneva and
established the World
Jewish Congress (WJC).
A few months later, the
first National Conference in
London established the Bri-
tish Section of the WJC.
The British Section
played an increasingly im-
portant role within the WJC
and the Anglo-Jewish com-
munity. With time, over 200
organizations, including all
ten, ,the Council of Conti-
various Landsmannichaf-
ten, the Council fo Conti-
nental Zionists, the Associa-:
tion of Jewish Journalists,
Workers' Circle, youth and
students groups and repre-
sentative councils in Manch-
ester", Leeds, Glasgow and
elsewhere became affiliated
with the BS.
The British Section has
become, during the 40 years
of its `existence, a national
institution and instrument
in England, serving the Jew-
ish people. Recent negotia-
tions with the Board of Dep-
uties of British Jews under
former President Michael
M. Fidler to join the WJC
were successful.
The British Section will
then be dissolved, but let us
hope its spirit and enthu-
siastic belief in the oneness
of the Jewish people, and co-
operation with all Jewish
communities to defend Jew-
ish rights in the Diaspora
and the strengthening of the
relationship between Israel
and Diaspora will live and
grow within the Board of
Deputies of British Jews.

A movement to secure
national or equal, civil, pol-
itical and religious rights
wherever necessary was be-
gun during and after the
First World War in Amer-
ica. Thus the American Jew-
ish Congress (1917) and the
Canadian Jewish Congress
(1919) were born. The move-
ment spread to Russia and
Europe.
In London, a "sub-com-
mittee on an Anglo-Jewish
Congress" met in 1917 at the
Bureau of the Zionist Or-
ganization, under Nahum
Sokolow.
In 1919, about 100 dele-
gates from over 20 countries
arrived in France to repre-
- sent the -Jews at the Peace
Conference. From Great
Britain came a delegation of
the Conjoint Foreign Com-
mittee of the Board of Dep-
uties of British Jews and the
Anglo-Jewish Association..
In spite of Sokolow's ef-
forts, negotiations with the
Conjoint Foreign Commit-
tee and the Alliance Israe-
lite Universelle (France) to
appoint a united delegation
for the ;Versailles Peace
Conference failed. Most of
them joined a "Co-mmittee
of Jewish Delegations" with
Leon Motzkin as general
secretary.
The committee called
upon the Jewish people to
create a permanent inter-
territorial representative
body, a World Jewish Con-
gress, to act as future
spokesman for Diaspora
Jewry. It took years of 80 Settlements
endeavor by Stephen S'. Due in Israel
Wise and Nahuni Gold-
mann, several preparatory
JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
conferences, appeals by. According to plans devel-
Judge Louis D. Brandeis oped by the settlement de-
and Judge Julian Mack, partment of the Jewish Ag-
by Simon Dubnow and ency, 80 new points of
Shalom Asch until in Au- settlement will be-estab-
gust, 1936, delegates from lished within the next three
32 countries eventually years throughoutIsrael and
• _
the administered areas.
Slated for development
are an urban center in the
Women's Plenary
Golan Heights plus four in-
dustrial settlements" and a
Backs Abortionist-
kibutz; in the Jordan valley
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) two moshavim and a kibutz;
— Delegates to the biennial in the Gush Etzion area
convention of the Women's three moshavim; in the cen-
Division of the American ter of the Galilee nine mos-
Jewish Congress voted to - havim; in Rafia two mos-
file a friend-of-the-court havim and four kibutzim; at
brief in support of a Boston Ramat Hanegev two kibut-
physician appealing a con- zim and a mosha,v. The de-
viction of manslaughter for velopment plan also calls for
performing an abortion.
15 settlements in the Gaza
The 500 delegates also Strip.
approved a resolution to
promote - "free access to
abortion" for all women by Ex-Gestapo Chief
opposing campaigns against Charged Again
abortion expressed through
"constitutional amendment,
BONN (JTA) — Ludwig
legislation or riders to ap-
Hahn, 69, the former War-
propriations bills."
saw gestapo chief, who was
The resolution, adopted at
arrested last Wednesday in
the closing session of the
Hamburg, is to appear in
three-day convention last court soon on new charges
week, declared that the con- of preparing the "technical
viction of Dr. Kenneth Ede-
details" of the deportation
lin by a Massachusetts court
of 33,000 Jews to Treblinka
in February had brought "a
in 1942 and 1943.
climate of fear among phy-
In June 1973 he was sent-
sicians and hospital person- enced to 12 years imprison-
nel throughout the country
ment for abetting the mur-
which will make them reluc- der of Polish Jews but was
tant to perform the very
released on grounds of ill
kind of abortion which the
health. The court has now
Supreme Court upheld."
reversed this decision.

fridan Mprch

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