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November 04, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Chief Rabbi Asked to Join Other
Religious Leaders in Intervention
Attempt for French-Rebel Truce

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

PARIS — Dr. Jacob Kaplan,
the Chief Rabbi of France, has
been invited to join with the
heads of the three major relig-
ions in France — Catholics,
Protestants and Moslems — to
undertake a common approach
to President Charles de Gaulle
for armistice negotiations with
the Algerian rebels.
The General Assembly of
Fr en c h Protestants extended
Tuesday night an invitation to
Rabbi Kaplan, Cardinal Seltin,
Pastor. Boegner and Hanza Bou-

Oak Park, Ferndale
Promised State Aid
If District Annexed

baqueor to intervene jointly
with the -Algerian nationalist
leaders and the French Govern-
ment to seek a cease fire be-
tween France and the rebels.
The proposed cease fire would
guarantee the rights of all mi-
nority groups in North Africa.
Rabbi Kaplan took part last
week in a luncheon meeting
with the other three religious
leaders at which it was decided
that the four leaders would seek
to intercede with President de
Gaulle 'for a cease fire.
It was indicated that Rabbi
Kaplan would consult with Car-
dinal Seltin before replying to
the Protestant invitation. Pastor
Boegner announced, however,
that if the other religious lead-
ers refuse to join with him, he
will undertake the action on his
own.

Asks Custody Of Future Belz Rabbi
Jackie Mason on Mother
TEL AVIV (JTA) — A dist- could educate him and have
her.
Beth Yehudah's rict court judge opened a hear- him The with
custodians claimed that,
this week into the request while the mother was a religi-
Dinner Program ing
of the mother of the future ously - observant woman, she

Television and nightclub en-
tertainer Jackie Mason will be
the main attraction Nov. 27 at
the Beth Yehudah annual din-
ner and show, it was announced
by David Goldberg, arrange-
ments chairman, and Milton
Bernstein, executive chairman.
MasOn enjoys a reputation as
a "deep" comedian whose sharp
observations and caricatures of
human behavior have won the
acclaim of all who see him.
A joint statement was is-
sued by Morris Karbal, • general
chairman, and Allen Kramer,
honorary chairman, calling upon
Detroit Jewry to "show its sol-

In separate statements, two
Democratic candidates f r o m
Oakland County voiced agree-
ment with the opinion of the Manischewitz Hosts
Attorney General that addition- Seminary Exhibition
al state aid money be granted
The Jewish Museum of the
to whichever district should be
forced to annex the Carver Jewish Theological Seminary of
America arranged an exhibit of
School District.
S. James Clarkson, candidate Jewish objects of antiquity for
for re-eleCtion to ' the State a national conference of food
Legislature from the 4th Dist- editors held in New York City.
Curator Kayser delivered
rict, which includes Oak Park,
and Oak Parker S. Jerome brief talks to the guests.
The exhibit was arranged on
Bronson, running for the State
Senate, said that existing state tables covered with deep - red
law provides for the attaching velvet and the artistry was con-
of a school district through an- ceived and executed by Mrs.
nexation and that the state aid Stephen S. Kayser.
Security police guarded the
now going to the 0 2v dist-
exhibit,
valued at more than
tinued
rict would be
$20,000, and containing ex-
Oak Park or erndale distric
.3Xifirch one ac amples of silver and other
depending
etal work, tapestries and em-
quires the ditional burden.
oideries from the • world-
Both agreed that the
ous collection of Harry.
of
state
aid
money
.
eontin V
iedman, donor to the mu-
to th new district sho d be
m.
over a two-year pe . This
The B. Manischewitz Corn-
will /*give the legis t e and
ny was host to the gathering
t time
the /state senate s f
f
food editors and displayed
Code
to eevaluate the
aid wo new crackers: Rye Tam
an• supplement t e re
and Onion Tam. Also included
o
is foun ne ess y,
if
in the display were eight new
son said.
soups, plus Tam Tams, Fishlets,
e a e rn •ene 's op
t th req st Gefilte Fish, borscht, chicken
it
ion as
of D Lynn a lett, Sup in- soups and matzos.
of Publi Instru on.
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Israel will represent the Jewish
Chautauqua Society as lecturer
11 a.m. Wednesday at Jackson
Junior College.
The rabbi will speak at assem-
bly in the college auditorium on
the subject "Judaism—Its Festi-
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Rabbi of Belz that she be given
custody of the 12-year-old boy.
He is being hidden by his-pres-
ent custodians in training for
the leadership of the Chassidic
sect.
Mrs. Motel Rokah, widow of
the late brother of Rabbi Ahar-
on Rokah, the Rabbi of Belz
told District Judge Benjamin
Cohen that the two custodians
of her son, Isaachar Ber Rokah,
had taken the boy to a place to
which she had no access, and
that she was not permitted to
see him. She asked the court
to appoint her custodian so she

MILTON BERNSTEIN

idarity•with the cause of Torah
education in our community
by participating in the annual
dinner and show."
The affair, they said, is the
largest single source of revenue
available to Beth Yehudah
Schools.
"The extent of service the
Schools render our youth de-
pends squarely on the success
of this event," they said.
Beth Yehudah does not re-
ceive income from any other
outside sources.
Jack Korman, co-chairman of
the dinner and show commit-
tee, appealed to the community-
at-large to' make reservations
as soon as possible. For reser-
vations, call the Yeshivah of-
fice, WE 1-0203.

could not give the boy the edu-
cation he needed to be entrust-
ed with the leadership of the
large Belz community. They
also reported they had no other
candidate for the post, which
has been vacant since Rabbi
Rokah died three years ago.
The boy is held under strict
observation of his teachers and
is being prepared for the post
when he becomes Bar Mitzvah
next year. The boy's mother
said that while it might be true
that the Belzer Hassidim could
not live without a rabbi, she
could not live without her child.

11

Jordan Joins Israel's
Demands that UNESC
Center Leave Cairo

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Jordan
has. followed Israel in demand-
ing that the Middle East re-
gional center for elementary
education, conducted at Cairo
by the United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific and Cultural
Organization, be transferred to
"a neutral Middle East coun-
try," according to reports in the
Jordanian press.
Israel has been protesting for
years against the Cairo location
of the UNESCO center, which
Israelis, of course, cannot visit.
Now the Jordanian press re-
ports that the Amman Govern-
ment accuses the United Arab
Republic of "misusing" the
UNESCO center "in the UAR's
battle for subversion against
ab countries."
ormed UNESCO
Jordan
ave been .bar-
that Jordania
SCO center,
red from the
nian teach-
and that some Jo
nter have
the
ers attendi
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been beat

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p t "An Ev ng in Israel,"
(Mrs. Morris)
f turing Gol
nagogue's social
ler in the
. Thursday.
11, 8:30
usic, refreshments
Israeli
and dan g will also be a part
rogram. All young mar-,
of th
are invited to this first
rogram of the year. Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Jacob, Mr. and Mrs.
William Shulevitz and Cantor
and Mrs. Reuven Frankel are
in charge of all arrangements.

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