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February 10, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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NEW YORK, (JTA) — Vice
President Lyndon B. Johnson,
in his first public address since
he was sworn into the second
highest office of the land, said
that the Kennedy Administra-
tion "will work for peace in the
Middle East as it works for
progress in Africa, for social
justice in Latin America; for
fredom in Asia, for strength
and accord in Europe, and for a
climate of mutual trust with the
Soviet Union."
He expressed hope for a re-
duction of the "costly burden of
arms" in the Middle East and
lauded Israel's peaceful devel-
opment achievements.
The Vice President spoke at
the 53rd annual dinner of Bnai
Zion, a fraternal Zionist order,
held at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel. More than 1,500 guests,
each paying $75 a plate, at-
tended the dinner. The proceeds
will go to the planting of a
forest in Israel bearing the
name of Johnson in recognition
to his furtherance of American-
Israel friendship. Vice Presi-
dent Johnson was also pre-
dent
sented with a citation.
Declaring that "modern Is-
rael is aware of the pursuits
of peace," Johnson said: "Is-
rael understands that devel-
opment depends upon basic
resources of human talent,
and its institutions are invig-
orated by eager students now
coming from many lands."

He praised Israel's "dedica-
tion, hard work, nourishment
of talent, and the extension
of knowledge" as qualities
that were "weapons of peace
around the world." He lauded
the role played by the Bnai
Zion and the Jewish National
Fund in Israel's success.



Israel Ambasador Avraham
Harman, addressing the dinner,
paid tribute to Vice President
Johnson and the United States
Government. "The Vice Presi-
dent's concern in the develop-
ment of material resources and
their dedication to human wel-
fare was known throughout the
world and it was appropriate
that his name would be perpe-
tuated in a growing forest in
the Holy Land," he stated. Re-
ferring to the Jewish Commu-
nity in the U. S. which he de-
scribed as "one of the most
encouraging and positive phe-
nomena in modern Jewish his-
tory," Ambassador Harman said:
"I would take this opportu-
nity of expressing the gratifica-
tion of the Government and
peaople of Israel at the fruitful
cooperation that there has been
between- Israel and the Jewish
communities of the United
States in the past 13 years.
There are and can be no poli-
tical relations between us. We
are citizens of Israel and you
are citizens of the United States.
We owe undivided loyalty to
our country as you are char-
acterized by undivided loyalty
to yours.
"Our respective g o v e r n-
ments have cooperated closely

and in international order and
cooperation. Between our citi-
zens, however, who are pre-
dominantly Jewish, and. the
Jews of the United States of
America the areas of cooper-
ation have thus not been poli-
tical. Nothing that is said on
this subject could possibly be
interpreted to mean that any.
one has a political involve.
ment in Israel except for citi-
zens of Israel.
"Our respective citizens have
cooperated primarly in bringing,
aid and dignity to Jewish refu-
gees. Of 1,300,000 Jewish refu-
gees who found permanent
homes in lands of freedom since
the end of World War II, 1,000,-
000 have been able to come to
Israel. This has been a great
achievement which is largely
due to the cooperation between
our two communities. There has
been an equally fruitful coop-
eration in cultural and spiritual
areas of mutual concern."
President Kennedy sent a
message to the dinner in which
he praised Bnai Zion and cited
as the "finest example" of its
work its "participation in the
afforestation of the Holy Land."
Speakers at the dinner also in-
cluded Congressmen Abraham
J. Multer and Emanuel Celler,
Mayor Robert F. Wagner, Dr.
Harris J. Levine, honorary pres-
ident of the United Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America, and
Hyman F. Fliegel, president of
Bnai Zion.

Rabbi Simcha Wasserman,
dean of the West Coast Tal-

and state, fighting anti-Semitism
and defending civil liberties,
were reported by the American
Jewish Congress. The victories
were the result of actions taken
by the AJCongress in Florida,
New Jersey and California:
In Orlando, Fla., the District
Court of Appeals barred the
distribution of the Gideon Bible
in local public schools as un-

constitutional.
In Newark, N. J., the State

Division on Civil Rights an-
nounced that the operator of
a resort hotel had agreed to
cease advertising his hotel as
"for Christians."
In San Francisco, the State
Supreme Court held that a
California law requiring dec-
larations of loyalty from organ-
izations seeking to use public
school facilities was uncon-
stitutional.

Dr. Cable to Addre
Poetry Group Sun

Dr. Chester H. Cabl

asso-
fessor
glish,
State
rsity,
u s s

of Detroit, is founder of the
West Coast institution.
For reservations, call Mrs. E.
Jaffe, TU 3-2769; Mrs. I. Kap-
lan, UN 1-1508; or Mrs. S. Thav,
TO 7-1360.

Beth Abraham Men
Sponsor'Exodus'

The Cong. Beth Abraham
Men's Club is sponsor of a bene-
fit showing of the movie "Exo-
dus" at the Mercury Theater
7:30 p.m. Feb. 26, announces
Meyer Lullove, chairman.
The committee in charge of
the event _includes Max Ellen-
bogen, Morris Davis, Ted Schol-

(UN 1-6696).

Council of Orthodox
Rabbis and Merkaz
Plan Banquet for Cohen

A planning session was held

for the testimonial dinner in
honor of David J. Cohen, slated
for Feb. 27 at the Holiday
Manor, at the home of Charles
E. Feinberg, 872 W. Boston,
in behalf of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis and MerkaZ,
sponsors of the banquet.
Reservations for the affair
can be made by calling Rabbi
Chaskel Grubner, TU-- 3-1441,
or Isadore Starr, WO 3-0050.

Temple Israel will mark its
Annual Jewish Music Sabbath
8:30 p.m. today when special
honors will be
accorded to Fr
Karl W. Haas,
Temple music
director.
Dr. Leon
Fram will
preach the ser-
mon on "The
Jewish Theme
in the Sym-
phony of

koff, concertmaster, and Albert music.
Tipton, flute soloist, of the De-
Man has not sufficient imagi-
troit Symphony Orchestra, and
Marjorie Gordon, leading so- nation to exaggerate the im-
prano of the Detroit Opera portance of love.
—Elbert Hubbard.
Theater.
The soloists will be heard to-
gether with the Temple Israel THIS OFFER EXPIRES FEB. 28; 1961
Choral Group, the Temple's Pro-
fessional Quartet, S h o s h a n a
Freedman, soloist; and Irving
Rosengard, cantorial soloist.
Music to be presented on this
occasion will include "Psalm 23"
by Herbert Fronun; "Kinneret"
by Mark Lawry; "Hear Ye Israel"
by Felix Mendelssohn; "Vidui"
by Ernest Block; "Moods" by
Joseph Achron; and "Medita-
-
' • I it erg.
The featured wor
1 be
Haas' own com•ositio
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the Temple.
n 1959 the fine arts direc-
tor of Radio Station WJR, Haas
is a leading figure in the musical
world. Only recently, he was
named to the newly-created Mich-
FOR EXAMPLE:
igan Cultural Commission by for-
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mer Governor Williams, and he
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&
DVERED
now serves as chairman of the
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Commission's Music Division.
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Haas is the founder of the an-
nual Inter-Faith Choral Concert,
sponsored by the American

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participate.
His colleagues have honored

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which many of the leading
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Rabbi Kapustin Speaks
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COMMON PLEAS
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ropolitan Detroit will
sent Rabbi , Max Kapustin,
rector of
Br' Hillel
Found
State
University
ak
his
ur of Germ
8:30
nesday a
Israe of C
n a series
s sponsored by
cil, The public is in-
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free of charge.

ciate
of
Wayn
U .n. i
will
"What
a Poem Dif-
ficult," at the
What a man knows makes
next program him powerful — what he tells
of the Jewish weakens him.
Center Poetry
group, at 8:30
p.m., Sun-
day at 18100
Meyers.
Charles
Feinberg wm
discuss

* * *
Rusk Prefers Quiet
Diplomacy on Issues
of Middle East Nations

Temple Israel Fetes Karl Haas
at Annual Jewish Music Sabbath

him by electing Haas twice to
the presidency of the Bohem-
ians, professional Musician s'
Club. He is a member of the
American Guild of Organists, the
Torch Club, and the Board of
given by the
Directors of the Alliance Fran-
Friends of the
caise.
Seminary 8:30
Haas is the founder and direc-
p.m. Feb. 18
tor of the Chamber Music Society
at' the Agu-
of Detroit, and has appeared as
dath Israel
soloist with major orchestras
Center.
here and in Europe. In 1956,
Rabbi Was-
Haas was honored by the French
serman, f o r-
Government by being named
merly dean of
America." Haas
Officier d'Academie in recogni-
the Yeshivath
Participating in this traditional tion for outstanding services to
Beth YehudahRabbi Wasserman service will be Mischa Mischa- French culture in the field of

mudical Semi-
nary in Los
Angeles, will
address t h e
annual Mela-
veh Malka

nick, Irving Michaels, Haffy
Left, Rabbi I. Halpern,
Berghoff, Sidney Dinne
ex
Rubin, Ed Rice, Bert anarek,
Charles Brickm
Isadore
Scho n, Bernard
chtenstein
and Willie Opperer avid Bus-
sey and Benjamin
antz are
List 3 Victories in
treasurer and secre 'y of the
Issue of Separation project. Reservations
be ob-
Three major victories in pro- tamed from any of the
tecting separation of church or from the synagogue office

.in the international • arena
because they share a deeply
rooted common faith in hu-
man and national freedom

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk told
a press conference that while the
United States was thinking about
the problem of reducing the arms
burdens borne by Middle Eastern
nations he did not believe he
could profit by stating what mea-
sures were under consideration.
Replying to a request for am-
plification of Vice President Lyn-
don Johnson's weekend New York
statement before the Bnai Zion
Order, Rusk said this was one of
the world problems where pre-
mature comment might not help.

Rabbi Wasserman Will
Talk at Melaveh Malka

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13 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, February 10, 1961

Vice President Johnson Pledges
Efforts for Peace in Middle East

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