Friday, July 10, 1953
Billion Dollar Indemnity Measure
Approved by German Lower House
BONN, (JTA) A bill to pro
vide indemnification for victims
of Nazi persecution and their
heirs living in Germany and
abroad moved towards final rati
fication last week when it was
adopted by the Budestag, lower
house of the West German Parlia
The Communists solidly op
posed the measure on the vote
which was without a roll call. All
the Social Democrats and a pre
ponderant majority of Dr. Konrad
Adenauer’s Christian Democrats
supported the bill. The Free
Democrats were split, but a ma
jority apparently voted for the
bill. Most members of the Bava
rian and German Parties either
abstained from voting or voted
against the bill.
Billion Dollars In Compensation
For Nazi Victims
The measure, which the Ger
man Government pledged itself
in the Luxemburg Agreements, to
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enact into law, provides for dis
tribution of four and a half bil
lion Deutsche marks ($1,070,000,-
000) over a period of nine years in
compensation for loss of property,
deprivation of professions, physi
cal injury and loss of liberty. The
law would supplement the resti
tution agreement with the State
of Israel and the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
A bill now faces another legis
lative hurdle in the Bundesrat,
the Upper House of the German
Parliament, where it is to have its
second reading on July 17. Some
difficulties are feared there over
possible objections to the pro
posed distribution of costs be
tween the Federal Treasury and
the States. It is hoped, however,
that the bill will be enacted in
August and enter into effect by
10,000 Books Collected
Ten thousand volumes of books
and periodicals have been collect
ed by the American Friends of
the Hebrew University during the
past year, according to a report
by Dr. Isaac Mendelsohn, Chair
man of the Library Committee.
The books, which have been sent
to the University’s departmental
libraries and to the Jewish Na
tional and University Library
cover a variety of subjects in the
sciences, liberal arts, law, medi
cine, agriculture, education, social
sciences, music and Judaica.
The books have been obtained
through chapters of the American
Friends throughout the country
and through donations sent to the
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New York City.
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
B'nai B'ritii Youth
The annual convention of dis
trict five B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG)
and Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA)
was held recently at Lakeside
Inn, Hendersonville, N. C.
Over 200 delegates from seven
states (Maryland, the District of
Columbia, Virginia, Georgia,
Florida) participated in the pro
gram which exemplified the
theme “Know thyself; As Jews
and as AZA and BBG members.”
Guests of the convention were
National AZA President Don
Newman, from Los Angeles; Phy
lis Block, national BBG president
from Baltimore, Md.; and past
national BBG president from Bal
timore, Md.; and past national
AZA president, Peter K. Rosedale.
Presiding over the BBG’s was
Margie Goldman of Greensboro
and the three regional presidents,
Carolyn Schoenfeld of Washing
ton, D. C. of the Northern Region;
Stella Franco of Atlanta, Ga., of
the Southern Region, and Abby
Goldfinger-of Miami, of the Flor
ida Region. Heading the AZA’s
was Lester Blesky, the district
president, and Charlie Goldberg,
president of the Southern Region.
Other executives attending the
convention for BBG were Suzan
ne Co van, first vice-president;
Claudia Tucker, second vice-pres
ident; Ruth Abrams, third vice
president; Gay 1 a Schildhaus,
treasurer; Bess Bach, secretary;
Phyllis Block, counselor; Bennie
Warshaw, historian. Executives of
AZA are Morty Harris, vice-presi
dent; Eddie Herlich, sergeant-at
arms; Jules Licher, reporter; Mel
The local B’nai B’rith Chapter
provided transportation for the
convention under the direction of
Urge Rigid and Equal
Security Screening of
Nazis, Fascists and
Communists in Refugee Bill
Nazis, Fascists and Communists
should be excluded with equal
rigor from the United States
under the bill pending in Con
gress for admission of 240,000
refugees and displaced persons,
thirty-six national and local Jew
ish organizations urged today.
In a letter to Senator Arthur V.
Watkins (R., Idaho), who spon
sored the bill, Albert E. Arent,
Chairman of the Committee on
Immigration of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council expressed dissatisfaction
with the security provisions of the
measure as they now stand.
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AWARDS MADE TO FOSTER
PARENTS IN CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND, (JTA) Five
foster parents who opened their
homes to 46 children during a
combined total of 34 years of
service, were honored at the an
nual dinner meeting of the Foster
Parents Association of the Cleve
land Jewish Children’s Bureau.
They received awards to sym
bolize the community’s awareness
of the service they rendered in
providing care for children who
are unable to live with their own
Phil Silvers: “Heredity is an
evil that ought to be prevented.”
Joe E. Lewis: “If there isn’t any
hell, where has all the business
In The County Judge’s Court In and
For Duval County, Florida
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Louise H. Bishop, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned on the 30th day of June
A. D. 1953, filed a final accounting of
their administration of the estate of
Louise H. Bishop, deceased, and notice
is further given that after publication
of this notice once each week for four
consecutive weeks, application will be
made to the Honorable McKENNEY J.
DAVIS, County Judge of Duval Coun
ty, Florida, for the approval of said
accounting and for final discharge of
the undersigned as Administrators, C.
T. A. of said estate.
David R. Bishop, Jr.
As Administrators. C. T. A.
of the Estate of Louise H.
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