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May 29, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-29

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Mayor Miriani, City Fathers, Join
SZ in Honoring Dr. Hershman

A solemn maariv service, fol-
lowed by two addresses, marked
the tributes to the late Dr.
Abraham M. Hershman, at the
special memorial evening at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
Tuesday.
Rabbi Morris Adler read to
the audience the special resolu-
tion that was adopted by the
official family of the City of
Detroit, headed by Mayor Louis
C. Miriani, in Rabbi Hershman's
memory.
Rabbi Adler and Judge Theo-
dore Levin were the only
speakers of the evening. The
maariv service was conducted
by Cantor J. H. Sonenklar and
the synagogue choir. Appropri-
ate liturgical selections were
sung by Cantors Sonenklar and
Reuven Frankel and the choir.

The "1 e g a c y left by Dr.
Hershman" was evaluated in a
moving address by Rabbi Adler.
"He found his mission in devo-

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Rabbi Adler enumerated
Dr. Hershman's major inter-
est—Zionism, the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Mizrachi proj-
ects, Bar-Ilan University,
Jewish education and the
major local causes.
He spoke of the books that

MIAMI BEACH, (JTA)—The
formation in Israel of a special
information office "to relay to
the Israeli population accurate
and full understanding about
Jewish life and activities in the
United States," was urged at
the 19th quadrennial national
convention of the Farband La-
bor Zionist Order attended by
500 delegates from all parts of
the United States and Canada.
The suggestion was voiced
by Meyer L. Brown, president
of the organizatiOn, in his presi-
dential address.
Louis Segal, general secre-
tary of the Farband, attacked
the theory held by some Jewish
organizations that the elimina-
tion of intergroup tensions be-
tween Jews and non-Jews in
this country must be a primary
objective of the Jewish commu-
nity. He called for a creative
and vigorous Jewish life and
for the building of American
Jews into "a great Jewish com-
munity in this great land."
Segal told the delegates that
the organization now has a total
of 35,922 members, in compari-
son with 30,653 on the mem-
bership rolls when the last con-
vention was held in 1954 at
Montreal. Farband's assets now
total $5,397,830—in comparison
with $3,952,675 at the time of
the last convention.
Segal announced that the Far-
band is carrying forward vigor•
ously a campaign to raise $500,-
000 to expand the Jewish Teach-
ers Seminary in New York into
a College of Jewish Studies. A
charter for this new college has
already been received, he an-
nounced, from the New York
State legislature.

Eshkol Asks Retention
of Compulsory Loans

cerpts from "Lonesome Train."

In contrast to the "chuckle"

humor of Sholem Aleichem,
Miss Picon also devoted a chunk
of the program to Yiddish
comedy of a more side-splitting
type. Her discourse on speaking
Yiddish would have had the
audience "rolling in the aisles"
were they not so tightly packed.
—N. L.

Newspaper circulation in the
U.S. has reached a new all-time
high of 58 million newspapers
purchased daily. With Canada
added, the figure is over 61
million newspapers purchased

Joining in making the pro-
gram a distinct success were
Jacob Kalich ("Mr. Molly daily.
Picon"), - baritone soloist
Morris Davidson, pianist Olga
Solovey and the backing of
Richard Yaffe
the entire Folk Chorus, con-
ducted by Harvey Schreib-
Editor o4 Israel Horizons, U.N.
man.
Correspondent—Will speak on
In addition to the cantata,
"The Effect of Immigration

were written by Dr. Hershinan,
of his lectures and public serv-
ices, and said that "his early
sermons still retain a freshness
of outlook, r lecting a
thoroughness a n d earnestness
of purpose."
"What we say now," Rabbi
Adler added, "is but a pale
and partial summary of Dr.
Hershman's great works. His
memory is built in the very
foundation of this congregation
where it will endure forever."

Farband Asks Better
Understanding Between
U.S., Israel Jewries

Miss Picon Wins Chorus Audience

The Jewish Folk Chorus got
themselves a real winner when
they teamed up Molly Picon and
Sholem Aleichem.
Miss Picon's elfin gaiety was
right in step with Sholem Alei-
cem's tongue - in - cheek f u n -
poking and knowing folk humor
in the premiere performance of
a cantata based on "Oifn Fidl."
Together, they made the 34th
annual concert of the Jewish
Folk Chorus, held last Sunday
at the Masonic Temple, an eve-
ning to remember.

tion to learning," Rabbi Adler
said. "He was the whole Jew.
He always found time for the
individual, for the student, and
also for the group seeking in-
struction."

Judge Levin declared in his
address that Rabbi Hershman
"exemplified the best in
Judaism," that he "combined
the traditional and the mod-
ern" in his teachings. He told
of the deceased leader's activ-
ities in behalf of the syna-
gogue and the Zionist cause
and described his leadership
in Jewish educational efforts,
in the Welfare Federation,'
the United Hebrew Schools,
and many other movements.

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Heads ILGW Again

DAVID DUBINSKY was
unanimously re-elected presi-
dent of the International La-
dies Garment Workers Union
at the convention in Miami
Beach last week. He relin-
quished the office of secre-
tary-treasurer, a post that
went to Louis Stulberg who
thus, in fact, became second-
in-command of the ILGWU.

the Chorus also presented a
program of Yiddish, English
and Hebrew folk songs. The
Youth Chorus performed
"Tzena," "Let My People Go"
and "Bim Born," and then joined
with the Folk Chorus in a
musical production of Lincoln's
Gettysburg address and in ex-

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