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November 18, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 18, 1960

Faith in the Almighty
over Doorpost Is Reminder to
Bnai David Aids Israel Bond Sales Mezuzah
remind him to ever keep his
e
inhabi-
BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX which watches

(Copyright, 1960, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)

Congregation Baal David- recently mobilized for action in
support of State of Israel Bond sales. Shown at the organiza-
tional meeting from the left are: Melville J. Richman, congre-
gation president; Rabbi Hayim Donin, Morris Brandwine and
George Flesch, Israeli leader who confCrred with the congrega-
tion's spokesmen.

Kennedy Urged 'to Protect Rights
of American Jews in Arab Lands

ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)-

President-elect John .F. Kennedy
was called on here by the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America to protect the rights
of American citizens against re-
strictions imposed by any foreign
governments on grounds of race
or religion.
The resolution, adopted unani-
mously by the 1,000.delegates at-
tending the Union's 62nd anni-
versary biennial convention, was
aimed at the Arab states prac-
ticing such discrimination against
Americans, including some in the
United States Armed Forces. The
resolution also called on the next
President "to do all in his power
to put an end to the illegal
blockade against Israeli shipping
through the Suez Canal, practiced
by the United Arab Republic.
Another resolution "earnestly"
called on the Government of the
Soviet Union to give Soviet Jew-
ish citizens "full, untrammeled
freedom to exercise their right
to practice their religion, teach
Hebrew and Yiddish to their chil-
dren,, and engage in Jewish cul-
tural activities." The resolution
called on the Soviet Government
to protect the Jews "and their
religion from discrimination and
persecution."
Moses I. Feuerstein, president
of the . Union, announced that the
organization, in cooperation with

Histadrut Seeks
More Arabs

the Rabbinical Council of Amen-
Ca, is sending a spiritual leader
to India next month, to furnish
leadership to the 21,000 Jews
who recently formed the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of India. At the closing
session, Feuerstein, of Malden;
Mass., was elected to his fourth
two-year .term as president.

..

Zionist Leader sks Kepnedy
•• •
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JERUSALEM — Some 16,000
Arab workers in this country
now are members of Histadrut,
the Israeli Federation of Labor,
comprising 8 per cent of the
total Arab population as against
35 per cent of the Jewish labor
force, with membership in the
trade unions, figures issued by
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cent of the Arab wage earners
in Israel are employed by enter-
prises owned by Jews.
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to enroll more Arab workers in
trade unions. According to His-
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agriculture receive wages be-
low trade union standards and
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benefits.

Finkelstein's `The Jew
to Have .Third Print

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Affixing a "Mezuzah" upon
the doorposts of the house is
commanded in the Bible, where
it is written "and thou shalt
write them upon the doorposts
of thy house." (Deut. 6:9).
This is said to refer to select-
ed verses in the Bible which are
written upon a scroll that is
placed upon the doorposts of the
house. It is stated that • •ur-
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pose of affi
is so th one ould remin •
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might whe' - er he enters or
leav the use (Sefer •a-Chi-
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