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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, January 1, 1960-1



`Golden' Years Dr. Goldmann Sees New Dangers for Israel;

111 r. and Mrs. Golden

The 50th wedding anniver-
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Golden, of 24290 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, will be observed at

THE HYMAN GOLDENS

sabbath services of Cong. Shaa-
rey Shomayim, 14200 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park, this Saturday
morning.
A family dinner in their hon-
or will be given by their chil-
dren on Sunday evening, at the
synagogue.
Married at Sloveshne, in the
Russian Ukraine, the Goldens
have lived in this country since
1910. Locally, they have been
active in numerous communal
organizations, including Cong.
Shaarey Shomayim, of which
they are members.
Mr. Golden, a painter by
trade, is a member of the

Painters Union. His wife is
president of the Detroit Chap-
ter for Orphans in Israel, is
president of Ezras Noshini and
a vice-president of the Senior
Women's Bicur Cholem.
A hospitaler of the Chesed
shel Emes Auxiliary, she also is
a member of the Ladies Golden
Rule Society, Jewish Women's
European Welfare Organization,
Detroit Ladies Lechem Aneeim
the Yeshivath Chachmey Lub-
lin, Telshe Yeshiva, Denver Hos-
pital, Jewish National Fund
House of Shelter and Home for
Aged Auxiliaries.
The Goldens have three
daughters, Mrs. Benny Katz, of
San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Jos-
eph Taylo r, of Huntington
Woods and Mrs. Charles Abra-
ham, of Oak Park; 11 grandchil-
dren and two great grandchil-
dren.
A kiddush in honor of the
golden anniversary will follow
sabbath morning services at
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
Friends and co-workers in coin-
munal organizations are invited
to join with Mr. and Mrs.
Golden.

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JERUSALEM — Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization,
warned Monday night that pres-
ent trends toward a thaw in
East-West relations did not
point automatically toward
greater international security
for Israel.
Addressing the World Zion-
ist Actions committee, he said
that while Jews more than any
other people were praying for
an end to the cold war and for
permanent peaceful coexistence,
the trend was "full of dangers
for us. The atmosphere of con-
ciliation influences the attitude
of both blocks toward Israel's
enemies."
. He said that the latest UN
General Assembly resolution on
the Arab refugees, which re-
vived the 1948 Palestine Concil-
iation Commission, was "the
worst of any adopted in recent
years." He cited also the dis-
regard of the great powers for
the United Arab Republic block-
ade to Israel of the Suez Canal
and the World Bank loan to
the UAR as indicating that "pos-
sibly even greater difficulties
are waiting ahead."
He argued that if the forth-
coming summit meeting was
successful, the great powers
would try to stabilize the Middle
East and that "in any such
arrangement, the Soviet Union
would have a dominant influ-
ence. In view of Russia's great
hostility toward Israel, it is
difficult to predict how such
Middle East settlements could
be compatible with Israel's in-
terests."
If the summit meeting should
fail, he said this would mean
"not only a reversal of the
previous situation, but would
also increase world tension
which might erupt , in various

He said fund raising in Jew-
ish communities was losing its
emergency character and was
emerging as one of the main
intruments of cooperation be-
tween the communities and Is-
rael. He saw as a welcome de-
velopment "an increase" in the
number of younger leaders in
fund-raising organizations and
the awakening in Jewish com-
munities outside of Israel to
the importance of Jewish ed-
ucation.
Dr. Goldmann warned of "a
tendency to concentrate Jewish
life around synagogues and to
turn Judaism into synagogue
worship." He called this "the
Jewish version of the Christian
churches" and charged that the
leaders of synagogue organiza-
tions "were developing ambi-
tions to turn the synagogue into
the center not only of religious
life but also of secular matters.
This may lead to distortion Of
Judaism's true character."
He asserted that "making
synagogues into the general
basis of all Jewish life is the
most dangerous form of col-
lective assimilation." He re-
j e c t e d the identification of
Zionism with aliyah and said

Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Mary Kay
Vogelsang to Sanford Kaslow
Beerbohm, both of Grand Rap-
ids.
The bride-to-be is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Vogelsang. Mr. Beerbohm's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul R.
Beerbohm, formerly of Detroit.
Both the bride, and bride-
groom-elect are graduates of
Michigan State University. An
August wedding is being
planned.

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Dr. Goldmann said Israel had
enjoyed a year of tranquility,
but in political aspects "the
situation is worsening because
of growing indications of Is-
rael's isolation." More than
ever, he said, Israel will have
to rely on world Jewry.
He denounced Soviet policy,
asserting that in Russia it was
becoming "increasingly clear
that the official policy evidently
is the complete assimilation of
the Jewish community within
its surroundings." He asserted
that "fortunately there are in-
dications that this discrimina-
tion only strengthens the Jew-
ish consciousness of Soviet
Jews. We are obliged to raise
this issue in its full gravity to
mobilize world public opinion
to help us." He rejected charges
that such action constituted
aiding the cold war.

Shaarey Zedek Young
Marrieds Set Tlumbo'

The Young Married League
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
sponsor a film showing of the
Walt Disney movie, "Dumbo,"
at 2:30 p.m., Jan. 10, in the
synagogue social hall.
Tickets also will include a
cartoon and refreshments for
the youngsters. Proceeds will
go to the synagogue's educa-
tion fund.
Tickets are available at the
synagogue, the school building
or at the door.



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