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September 30, 1960 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 3 0, 1960 --

Look Article
Analyzes Four
Israeli
Problems
.

Look magazine has jumped
the gun by publishing, - in its
current issue, a 19-page report
on Israel, on the occasion of the
Jewish State's approaching 13th
—Bar Mitzvah — anniversary, to
be celebrated in May.
The article, entitled "Israel
Today," by J. Robert Moskin, edi-
tor of Look, deals with many
aspects of life in Israel and the
issues facing the state. It treats
the subject as a "land of con-
flict . . . contrast • • . hope,"
describes its "growing pains and
power," tells of the status of all
faiths, analyzes the "conflict
over young minds," gives an ac-
count of the people who settled
there, the country's leaders and
the attitudes of American Jews.
The American Jew feels
deep affection—but no allegi-
ance—to the state of Israel,
the article declares. This re-
lationship will continue in the
future, it states, "unless a
Hitler should someday rise in
the United States."
Moskin, author of the article,
recently returned from an ex-
tensive tour of Israel, said many
American Jews disagree with
the stand of the Israeli govern-
ment that all Jews belong to
"the Jewish people" for whom
Israel is now home.
"American Jews admire Israel
as a refuge for the persecuted
and take pride in its progress,"
Moskin wrote, "but feel no obli-
gation to it as a state. They re-
gard themselves as an integral
part of the United States.
"Jewish delegations from this
country have appealed to Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion to accept
the fact that American Jews
have no sense of 'dual loyalty'."
Moskin writes that the four
"overwhelming problems" that
hold the key to Israel's future
are:
1. How to teach its two mil-
lion Europeans, Orientals and
Africans to live together.
2. How to settle the quarrel
between the Orthodox minor-
ity and the secular majority.
3. How to stand on its own
economic feet so it need no
longer lean on reparations
ar
from Germany and
s
from the United
ith
pea
4. How to m
its Arab ene es."
o covers
The Look title
Israe life of a
education
an fa ily, chang-
successful
he kibbutzim, • an
ing life o
_future leadership
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CHOICE

JWV Activities

OAK PARK POST will hold
a membership stag at 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the VFW Hall,
Nine Mile Rd. and Manistee. A
member of the Oak Park Safety
Department will be guest
speaker, and the film "D-Day"
will be shown. Refreshments
and other entertainment also
will be featured. Actives and
prospective members are in-
vited to attend. A membership
drive currently is being con-
ducted for American veterans
of Jev.' - h faith. For informa-
tion about requirements for
membership and activies, call
Commander Guttenplan, LI
4-7634.
* * *
The next regular meeting of
ROBERT J. RAFELSON AUX
ILIARY is scheduled for 9 p.m.,
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Bernard Schwartz, 18675 Ken-
tucky. Irving S. Cane, Past De-
partment Commander and cur-
rently Fifth area Commander,
will speak on the 1960-61 fund
raising campaign, announces
Mrs. Jack Iden, president. Mrs.
Abraham Schwartz, junior ' vice
president, will report on final
arrangements for the joint
membership party to be held
in conjunction with the Post,
Oct. 8 at the Memorial Home.
A High Society games party
will be followed by a late sup-
per. Post and auxiliary mem-
bers are asked to bring pros-
r—ctive eligible members. For
reservations, call Mrs. Samuel
Iden, LI 7-0654.
* * *
The Child Welfare Commit-
tee of the Sgt. MORTON A.
SILVERMAN AUXILIARY
opened the new - season recently
by presenting the girls divisio
of the Juvenile Detention Hom
with a large selection of r
cordings and record albums.
Mrs. Samuel Malkes and Mrs.
William Sniderman made the
presentation. * * *

Liberman-Eisenberg All Faiths Ask
o Resist
Engagement Told NCR

Reli on in Politics

A
tional Jewish coordinat-
a
ing ency comp
g
or, zatio
nati . 1 Jewi•
th
and
Jewish •
ils
States
Inc
Unit
es-
troit' said t
• Is
ffilia-
tions
ut
reli
'dates is
don of
a ne
rinciple o
n o
reli
s liber
b
a stat s
ov
xecutive
the
al Co ty
ati
VI ry Counc called
1 a
is
of all fait
establishment
dire
us test for public
of a r
office."
at
statement stress
T
o ste
osition t en '
th
a lon
w
e
s t
z
b all the o
n is
that relig s affil'
debate
a proper matter
n
political con
intro-
nst
warn e
political
• er
ductio
of religious
Id
life of
voting.lots that av
strife a
other countrie "
plagu
et
Ca 'dates
of
and he pa
p
ano r. po c
he
stat ent obser s. " • ne
churc' r reli-
can ate of
oup."
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"-

MISS SUZANNE LIBERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben C.
Liberman, 528 Cambridge S.E.,
Grand Rapids, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Suzanne May, to Donald Louis
Eisenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Eisenberg, 21961 Beverly,
Oak Park.
The bride-to-be, is a junior at
Michigan State University. Her
fiance is a student at Walsh
Institute of Accountancy. A
June wedding is planned.

Center Symphony
Season to Sta
Tuesd

ish Center Symphony
The
a, Julius Chajes, con-
Orc
du r, will open its 21st as ;
:30 p.m., Tuesday, 0
lo-
e Aaron
vi
t will be
mist. _
by
uct
Chajes
ahms.
eethove Mozart and
d in the
strovsky ill be fe
o No. 4 in
zart Violin Co
ajor.
e available at the
Center office. Season tickets also
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN are available.
AUXILIARY will hold a meet-
ing Monday evening at the Bnai Brith
Memoria, Home. Hostesses will
be Yetta Glass and Sara Lan- Austria;
kin. President Ruth Wolfe an- for L
nounces that members and their
Ann • ceme
has
husbands are invited to attend made f the f mation
the Post's annual wienie roast first
ai Brith
9. Reservations may be sine the
des c io of
made t the meeting or by ord by the N is in a 1930s
s. Wolfe, WE 5-2240.
ge has b
T
new
calling
Plans ar being completed for nam in me ry of th
e given at the D. J. nent 'ennese bbi a
ne of
a party t e for Children, Oct.
worl Zi•leaders,
Healy
anno Ho ces child welfare the n.
•erez Chajes,
late
c airman innie Alpert. Games the
an
uncle
of
Julius
Chajes of
f. hments will be fea-
a
one wishing to assist Detroit.
t
The new lodge will be the
1 Mrs. Alpert, VE
m
second to be formed in former
-2
Nazi territory, another lodge
E olment in the University already having been founded
e
A ert of chigan real estate program in West Berlin last year.
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p.m.
Night of Stars," at 8
all o
Tuesday, in Nusbaum
Morris
the synagogue. Presid
Davis announces the rogram,
to which all affiliate roups of
special
the congregation a
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guests are invited,
d Sammy
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Woolf, orchestra le ers and
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