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April 15, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-15

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THE D ETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 15, 1960-1 4

The Suburban Community

`Today I Am a Man; But
There Is Also Tomorrow

A Happy Passover
—Thanks to UJA

By the Oak-Woodser •
the mode of worship we stand
Accept or reject the "today to gain in freshness and vital-
I am a man" idea that is men- ity.
During Passover especially
tioned synonymously today with
Bar M i t z v a h, the ceremony was this most striking. For like
never-the-less is one of the most the message of the Haggadah,
inspiring acts of individual con- Judaism itself is passed down by
secration known to Judaism. father to son throughout our
For the parents and family, generations.
needless to say, there is great
joy and happiness. For the Hammerstein's Sets
grown-up friends there also is
much pleasure. For the chums Enviable Record for
of the Bar Mitzvah there is a Prescription Service
rush to offer congratulations
Two Oak Park brothers, who
and to enjoy the festivities at- for over 30 years have based
Passover is made a happier
tached to the Bar Mitzvah their business on the belief that time for more than
600,000
ceremony. •
"the pharmacist is more than a Jews overseas through the
It might be interesting to merchant, he is an important work of various agencies of
note, however, the attitude of member of a health team that the United Jewish Appeal.
the rabbi. Whether he is ortho- includes doctors and nurses," Here, immigrant children in
dox, conservative or reform, the have received many awards for Israel celebrate their first
rabbi takes pride in the cere- their services to the community. Passover in their new coun-
mony that has just transpired,
Of all the recognition that try. UJA finances the work of
and he delivers a message ex- has come to Sam and Sol Ham- the United Israel Appeal,
pressing hope that the Bar Mitz- merstein, owners of Hammer- Joint Distribution Committee
vah will be only the beginning stein Drugs, at 13651 W. 9 Mile, and the New York Associa-
of the young man's Jewish life. Oak Park, none has meant more tion for New Americans in 26
How fruitful are the re- than an award given them for countries throughout the
wards, then, for our rabbis filling over 1,000,000 prescrip- world.
and our educational leaders tions "while maintaining supe-
when they see the same young rior standards of ethical prac-
man — their pupils — leading tice."
the services of the congrega-
In their present location
tion after Bar Mitzvah.
since 1954, the brothers are now
Here is the real test of Jew- serving the children and grand-
ish attachment and devotion. children of their original cus-
Not the Bar Mitzvah ceremony, tomers in the days when they
YORK, (JTA) — The
which means that a youngster operated stores on Linwood NEW
deadline date for the filing of
has learned a specific portion of Ave.
Much of the Hammersteins' I applications to the Conference
the Torah to recite his Haf-
on Jewish Material Claims
torah, nor even the fact that success is attributed to the fact'
Germany by organiza-
he has gone to Hebrew school that their motto, "The Store of I A
ti ogia.„ 1,ist
Personal Service," is carried outl institutions and commun-
for the required four years Personal
ities seeking the allocation of
prior to Bar Mitzvah.
a close relationship funds for the year 1961 is June
with
customers.
The real joy comes in the
30, 1960.
realization that Judaism is so
Their unique 24 - hour pre-
Applications should be sub-
much a part of the life of a scription service permits cus- mitted in 20 copies to the Con-
Bar Mitzvah boy that he wants tomers to phone the pharma- ference on Jewish Material
to continue his studies, that he cists at home for emergency Claims Against Germany in
willingly seeks to devote some service. A father himself, Sam New York, and should contain
of his time, talent and energies Hammerstein is philosophical a detailed description of the
to what, we have come to forget, about filling prescriptions at 5 activities for which funds are
a.m. "No child gets sick by the requested. "The organizations
is expected of him.
At many synagogues during clock or during regular store Isubmitting applications should
Passover—and indeed at sab- hours. Worried parents should !also include precise budgetary
bath and holiday services on not be forced to wait for medi- data and information on other
many other occasions — the cine that will relieve pain."
sources of income which may be
youth have conducted the rit-
available to the applicants for
ual, serving as cantors, Torah AJCongress Leaders
the projects in question," the
readers, sometimes even deliv-
announcerrient stressed.
Picket
Woolworth's
ering sermons.
"The Claims Conference ; by
There is a youthful zest in in Negroes' Defense.
the terms of the Agreement it
the service of worship by our
NEW' YORK—Forty officers had concluded with the Federal
young people, who read with and members of the American Republic of Germany, is able to
expression, who give clear Jewish Congress picketed the allocate funds only for those
meaning to passages which F. W. Woolworth store at Fifth activities which contribute to
many of us have long taken Avenue and 39th Street in a the relief, rehabilitation and re-
for granted.
demonstration protesting lunch settlement of Jewish victims of
Judaism benefits by this zeal, counter segregation in the Nazi persecution, in accordance
which is expressed in many of South.
with the urgency of need," the
the things our young people
Dr. Joachim Prinz, national announcement pointed out.
seek to accomplish. When this president of the American Jew-
enthusiasm is channeled into ish- Congress, led the picketing.
The demonstrators marched Dr. Essrig to Speak
with placards expressing sup- in Saginaw April 20

port of Negro students fight-
Dr. Harry Essrig, of Temple
ing racial segregation in the
South and calling on Woolworth Emanuel, Grand Rapids, will
to permit Negroes to be served speak at a community lecture
equally with whites in the com- by the Saginaw Bnai Brith
Lodge, Wednesday, 8:30 P.M.
pany's Southern stores.
He will discuss "Why Jewish
Become Best-Sellers."
Emanu-El Sisterhood Books
Rabbi Essrig has recently
Slates Mock Trial
been accepted as a member of
A mock trial to determine the Michigan Psychological As-
which of a , man's three sons is sociation. He is the only practic-
the "best Jew" will be con-. ing clergyman of any denomina-
ducted by the Sisterhood of tion in the state to belong to
Temple Emanti-El at 8:15 p.m., this professional group.
Wednesday, in the temple,
14450 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
Emanu-El Men's Club
• "'

Members, their husbands and
friends will hear the pleadings to Conduct Services
of all three men, the sons of
Men's Club Sabbath will be
the late Morris Goldberg, for observed at Temple Emanu-El
•••
the bequest of his total estate, at 8:15 p.m., today, when Rabbi
which is to go to the son Milton Rosenbaum will speak
deemed the best Jew.
on "When to Be a Man."
Samuel Silverstein will con-
Participating in the service
duct the hearing, while plead- will be Al Weinberger, Mr. and
ing for cases of the sons will be Mrs. Max Fogelman, Stuart
Milton Lucow, Jack Dublin and Hertzberg, Lou Kronen, Sam
.
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Albert Miller. The audience, by Ryshen, Herbert Carson, Harry
11100
l
fr
ballot, will decide which son Portnoy, Dr. Warren Eder and
t‘
will inherit the estate.
Sam Dashow.
A social hour will follow the
An oneg shabbat will be held
program.
following the service.

Mercury Dropped
from Newsstands
in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
The American Mercury maga-
zine, which has been accused of
publishing prolific anti - Semi-
mitic material in recent years,
has virtually disappeared from
newstands throughout Phila-
delphia, it was learned here.
Previously, newsdealers and dis-
tributors in the New York area
had dropped the periodical after
a virtual ban was reported by
printers against it.
Samuel Gentile, president of
the Philadelphia Newspaper
and Magazine Chauffeurs and
Handlers Union, local 628, said
that distributors "have not been
handling the Mercury for nearly
six months." He added that the
only copies coming to Phila-
delphia would be those coining
directly to subscribers or dis-
tributors by mail from the pub-
lisher. He also disclosed that
one dealer, who received copies
by mail, refused to sell it after
he had been informed of its
contents.

WE INVITE YOU TO

...isn't it.
about time

RIO DE JANEIRO, (JTA)—
The swastika has appeared
again in Belo Horigonte,. in the
Province of Minas Gerais, an
area, where, according to the
head of the federal police here,
one of the Latin American
headquarters of neo - Nazism
exists.
The Hitler symbol of hatred
was discovered smeared on the
walls of the Belo Horizonte
synagogue as well as on the
roadways of principal street in-
tersections of the city. There
are about 300 Jews in Belo
Horizonte.
Federal police officials here
said last winter, during the
height of the wave of anti-
Semitic incidents, that neo-
Nazi headquarters are main-
tained both in Belo Horizonte
and at Sao Paulo.

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