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  • Mizrachi Women Join 13 Groups Aiding Tv Documentary on Jewish Life

    The Mizrachi Women’s Organization of America decided at its national convention here to join with 13 other national Jewish organizations in the production of a Columbia Broadcasting System network television documentary series on Jewish life in America. Mrs. Eli Resnikoff, of Brooklyn, was reelected president of the organization. More ▸

  • Convention of American Mizrachi Women Adopts $1,335,000 Budget

    The Mizrachi Women’s Organization of America adopted last night a budget of $1,335,000 to meet child-care, social service and vocational education needs in Israel during the next 12 months and to continue its educational and cultural activities in the United States during the coming year. The budget was approved at the organization’s national convention here… More ▸

  • Johnson Asks Eight Senators to Visit Israel; Sen. Morse to Lead Group

    President Johnson has requested a group of 8 seraters, who will go soon to meet with the parliaments of India and Japan, to visit also Israel, it was announced here last night by Sen. Wayne Morse, Oregon Democrat. Sen, Morse made that announcement while addressing the opening session of a four-day national convention of the… More ▸

  • Mizrachi Women’s Organization Opens Four-day National Convention

    The 40th annual national convention of the Mizrachi Women’s Organization of America opened here today with some 1,000 delegates attending. The convention will last four days. Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman was among the guest speakers at the opening session. Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon was presented with the organization’s 1965 America-Israel Friendship Award. More ▸

  • Passover Starts Tonight; Messages Highlight Soviet Discriminations

    Passover will be ushered in at sundown tomorrow by Jews in the United States and throughout the world. With the observance of the first seder tomorrow night–even in the Soviet Union, where grave restrictions are in effect against the baking or obtaining of matzoh–the Jewish people will start celebrating the ancient, traditional festival of liberation,… More ▸

  • Robert F. Kennedy Advocates Strong Pro-israel Stand by U.s.a.

    Former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate from New York, tonight took a strong pro-Israel position, calling for further efforts by the American Administration to establish peace in the Middle East, and declaring that the United States “should give Israel whatever military aid is necessary to prevent it from… More ▸

  • Keating Urges Immediate U.S. Steps to Reaffirm Support for Israel

    Senator Kenneth B. Keating, New York Republican, called on the United States Government tonight to take immediate steps to reaffirm its support for Israel and convince the Arab nations that this country “will stand fast in the Middle East.” Addressing the 39th annual national convention of the Mizrachi Women’s Organization of America, Sen. Keating proposed… More ▸

  • Mizrachi Women Urge U.S. Initiative for Arab Israel Peace

    President Johnson was urged tonight to undertake a new initiative for peace in the Middle East, before a developing crisis erupts in that troubled area. In a telegram directed to the White House, delegates to the 39th annual convention of the Mizrachi Women’s Organization of America, which opened here tonight, specifically suggested that the President… More ▸

  • Ushering in 5725, Jews Pray for World Peace, Israel’s Welfare

    Jews throughout the world began at sundown tonight the observance of the Jewish New Year 5725 in prayerful hope for permanent peace everywhere, for the succor of their fellow-Jews in the Soviet Union and other countries of distress, and for Israel’s welfare in a convulsively hostile Arab world. American Jews rededicated themselves to the protection… More ▸

  • Economics Seen Largely to Blame for So. American Anti-semitism

    The major problems of Jewish communities in many countries throughout the world are related less to anti-Semitism than to changes in the economic and social structures of those countries, Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, member of the Jewish Agency executive, reported. Addressing a meeting of the Mizrachi Women’s Organization board, Rabbi Kirshblum cited Latin America particularly as… More ▸