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July 31, 1959 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-07-31

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Set April Date

MISS JANICE MEIZELS

At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meizels,
of 15100 Miller, Oak Park, an-
nounced t h e engagement of
their daughter, Janice, to Don-
ald Leonard Allowitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Allowitz, of
Appoline Ave. An April wed-
ding is planned.

Pamphlet Distributed
by Church, ADL Calls
Bias Non-Christian'

Distribution of 700 copies of
the new pamphlet, "The Chris-
tian and His Jewish Neighbor,"
an official publication of the
department of Christian social
relations of the National Coun-
cil of the Episcopal Church, has
ben announced by the Michigan
regional office of the Anti-
Defamation League.
Written by Prof. Lee A. Bel-
ford, associate rector of the
Church of the Ephiphany, N.Y.,
and chairman of the department
of religious education at New
York University, the pamphlet
was prepared with the assist-
ance of Rabbi Arthur Gilbert of
the ADL - department of inter-
religious cooperation.
Setting before the reader an
historical account of Christian
involvement in the persecution
of Jews, and an appraisal of
contemporary anti-Semitism in
the U.S., the pamphlet is in-
tended as a study unit for use
with young adult and adult
rn embers of the Episcopal
Church.
It represents the first effort
by a major Protestant denomi-
nation to deal with the problem
of anti-Semitism and Jewish-
Christian relations in a forth-
right fashion without calling
for the evangelization and con-
version of the Jew to Christian-
ity, Saul Littman, Michigan
r egional director of ADL
pointed out.
"It is not for historians and
sociologists to talk about the
`Jewish pr o b 1 e m'," Belford
states. "The problem is one for
Christians. We must accept
some responsibility for prevail-
ing social attitudes toward other
groups.
"Too o f t e n," he continues,
"people who deem themselves
'Christian' have permitted, if
not encouraged, attitudes of dis-
crimination which are basically
contrary to the demands of
Christianity."

Habonim Helps Out • JNF

Proceeds from the recent
paper drive conducted by Ha-
bonim, Labor Zionist Youth will
go to the Jewish National Fund.
Other activities held regularly
by the group include a Friday
evening oneg shabbat. For in-
formation, call DI 1-9666 or
UN 3-3532.

Give $250,000 to NYU

NEW Y 0 R K , (JTA)—New
York University announced a
gift of $250,000 from Joseph I.
Lubin and the estate of Joseph
Eisner for the building of a
1,000-seat auditorium in the Uni-
versity's new Loeb Student
Center.

Detroit and SOC Hadassah Groups Merge Talents for Honor Roll. Ball

adviser; Irwin Cohn and Harry
Sucher, IMA's; Joseph Ehrlich
and Henry Fineman, honorary
chairmen; and Davis Benson,
William B. Isenberg, Barney
Keywell and Ben Mossman.
South Oakland Chapter is

The Detroit and South °A-
land County Chapters of Hadas-
sah will merge their efforts on
behalf of Israel health and wel-
fare projects in an Honor Roll
Harvest Ball, to be held Sept. 8,
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The traditional all-out effort
for giving will be launched at
12:30 p.m., Aug. 18, with a
special gifts luncheon and brief-
ing meeting in
the home of
M r s. Harold
G. Schreiber,
19560 R e n-
frew.
Albert Ela-
zar, superin-
tendent of the
United H e-
brew Schools,
w h o recently
was in Israel
to study its
educational
Elazar
system, w i 11
be guest speaker for the after-
noon.
Elazar, a native-born Israeli,
also will relate his experiences
and observations of Hadassah
medical, Youth Aliyah and vo-
cational education projects, and
will detail progress on the new
medical center, now nearing
completion at Jerusalem.
Heading the Detroit Chapter
committee for the Harvest Ball
is Mrs. Milton Sorock, v i c e-
president of fund-raising, who
is assisted by Mesdames Sam
Shekter, special gifts; Nathan
Schlafer, dance; Max R. Frank,

represented by Mrs. Sander
Hillman, funds vice-president,
together with Mesdames Max-
well Jospey and William
Deutsch, special gifts; and Mor-
ris Brandwine, Samuel J. Green-
berg, Norman Steinberg and

NCJW Leader to Help Plan Washington Parley

A Jewish women's leader will
play a major role in planning
the first White House Confer-
ence on Aging, to be held in
Washington, D. C. in January,
1961.
Mrs. Charles Hymes of Minne-
apolis, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, has
been named chairman of the 22-
member subcommittee on na-
tional organizations of the Na-
tional Advisory Committee for
the conference. Her appoint-
ment was announced this week
by Arthur S. Flemming, U.S.
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare.
The NCJW has been develop-
ing pioneer services to older
people since 1946, when its na-
tionwide golden age club pro-

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Although complete details
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