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September 29, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-29

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Rabbi Adler Speaks
at Memorial Service
for Hammarskjold

Philadelphia Rabbis Will Not Serve
at Functions Violating Kashruth

A "Great Weekends Series," Consciousness Of The American
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — They condemned the manner in
Dag Hammarskjold's death
featuring some of the country's Jews." Opportunity will be pro-
outstanding scientists, authors vided for questions and discus- has weakened the forces of the The Conservative rabbinate of which some religious occasions
artists, has been announced by sions following the presenta- world working for peace, Rabbi Philadelphia has served notice have been celebrated in the
Morris Adler of Shaarey Zedek that its members will refuse to Philadelphia Jewish community
Cong. Shaarey Zedek in cele- tions.
officiate or participate in any
bration of the congregation's
Sklare, director of the Divi- Synagogue said last week in an religious and social events at in recent years. Kosher caterers
centennial year.
sion of Scientific Research of address at the memorial service which violations of the Sabbath in Philadelphia agreed to abide
strictly with the edict for all
The first of these weekends the American Jewish Commu- held for the United Nations
and the Jewish dietary laws are occasions booked since Sept. 1.
has been scheduled for Satur- nity, is the editor of "The Jews: leader at Mariner's Church.
The ban
day and Sunday, Oct. 14 and 15. Social Patterns Of An American
"We have been accustomed to likely.
The community at large is in- Group" as well as the author think of casualties of war. Dag
ations as smoking,
The 52 rabbis, affiliated with bath
vited to attend.
e-lighting, photography or
of "Conservative Judaism: An Hammarskjold was a casualty the local branch of the Rab-
The first guest speaker is American Religious Movement" for the peace, Rabbi Adler binical Assembly of America
usic other -than vocal at func-
Dr. Marshall Sklare, one of —both of which are standard said. "He lost his life on a mis made this position known d
ions sponsored by Je mi-
les or Jewish
American Jewry's outstanding works in the study of the Amer- sion dedicated; as his public ing services at their synagog
social scientists, who will pre- ican Jewish community.
life was dedicated, to prevent
sent a series of lectures in
No reservations are necessary peace from becoming a causalty. zations to honor the d
which he will explore the major for the Sabbath morning service
"The loss of this great man is laws at public function
issues confronting the American and guest sermon. Those plan- incalculable. He lived near the rabbis called the violat
Jew. On the morning of Oct. ning to attend the Sabbath very center of the international Sabbath and kashruth a
14, Sklare will occupy the evening and/or , Sunday morn- crisis and no man was closer to
synagogue pulpit as guest ing functions are requested to the wounds, dangers and fears to the survival of Judai
speaker when his subject will phone the synagogue office, TY —and paradoxically to the hopes
be "The Role Of The Rabbi 8-2828, or to mail in their and aspirations of our_time than Zionists Train Teachers
And The Layman In The Ameri- reservations.
can Jewish Community."
"But the world has lost far in New Hebrew Method
Sklare's second presentation United Hias Service
more than an outstanding civil
on the topic "The Religion Of
servant of humanity, a high Department of Education and
The American Jew" will be Appoints Director for
official of mankind, a skilled Culture of the American Zion-
made at an informal social
evening to take place in the Work in Latin America and stiller of troubled waters. tablishment of a workshop to
DI i,o661
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Dag Hammarskjold was all of train teachers in modern meth-
social Hall 8:30 p.m. Oct. 14.
Dr. Abraham F. Citron, di- appointment of Harold Trobe these and more and enough ods of teaching Hebrew to 7412 W. McNICHOLS RD.
rector of community_ Rela- as director of the United Hias praise cannot be lavished upon adults.
UN 4-8727
tions and research of the Service -operations in Latin his many services and qualities.
Jewish Community Council of America was announced by
"In his death, the world has
`1• •=1,
Metropolitan Detroit, and Dr. James P. Rice, executive direc- lost a symbol of that world
S. Joseph Fauman, professor tor of the organization.
community which must come
Trobe is replacing Israel into being if the last syllab
of sociology at Eastern Mich-
igan University,_ will serve as Jacobson who will, in turn, take recorded time is not to
discussants. A social hour, in- over Trobe's former post in and desolation.
cluding refreshments, will Paris as director- of United Hias than his wo
the fact of
operations in Europe and North his bein
The weekend program will
amm skjold fell as a
Trobe was director of the
be concluded with a service and
r to the world community
brunch on Oct. 15, at which European and North African
yet born and to_ world peace
Sklare will speak on the "Social operations of United Hias since of yet assu d. In our di
1957. Prior to that time he h
tion to the - - . 'ev: • - o
directed refugee rehabilitat
we shall
lus economy—that's your way of life on a magnificent
e nob
and resettlement programs
Dr. Hirschberg Is
nce Jet flights to fabulous Tel-Aviv! Boeing 707 Jets speed
most enduri g
the Joint Distribution Co
here from New York via Paris. You can stop over in Paris
this great
he world."
Honored in Brazil
d many other cities at no extra fare! 17-day round-trip Econ-
tee since 1944 in several
SAO PAULO, Brazil, (JTA) pean countries. Jacobson
omy Excursion Fare only $741, effective October 1 through March
—Dr. Alfred Hirschberg, execu- headed the United Hias,
50,000 .S. Jewis
31. See your Travel Agent, call Air France or write today for
tive director of the United Jew- American program since_ 1
Families Live
free travel-planning information. Write: Air France, Dept. JN-
ish Campaign here and repre- He had also directed JDC p
200-61, 683 5th Ave., New York 22.
sentative of the Jewish Tele- grams in various European
graphic Agency in Brazil, was countries from 1944 to 1953.
the recipient of congratulations , Rice pointed out that. United population in the United States,
from numerous Jewish organi- Hias has resettled in Latin reside in rural farm areas of WORLDS LARGEST AIRLINE/FIRST IN WORLD-WIDE PASSENGER EXPERIENCE
zations in this country and America approximately 10,000 the country. (JTA)
abroad on the occasion of his refugees. and immigrants since
60th birthday which will be ob- 1955, out of the total of close
served tomorrow.
to 50,000 Jewish men, women
Tribute to Hirschberg's sery and children who have been
ices in Brazil and pre-war resettled in the United States,
Europe was paid in articles in Canada, Australia and Latin
a special edition of the "Chroni- America during that period.
ca Israelita" published here.
Hirschberg, who was held by
the Nazis in the notorious Sach- Parents of Bnai. Moshe
senhausen concentration camp Students Meet Sunday
in 1938, came to_ Brazil in 1940
Parents of Bnai Moshe Re-
and became director of the ligious School students will hold
Effec e October 2nd
Congregacao Israelita Paulista. their first meeting of the season
He later held the posts of exec- 10 a.m. Sunday.
removal f our Detroit office
utive director of Keren Haye-
Walter Farber, principal
from 53 P obscot Building to
sod and secretary of the Joint the religious school, will
Distribution Committee in a discussion about the r gious
Brazil. He was also- secretary school cirriculum.
660 W
of the Friends of the Hebrew
Officers of. the
oup are
University in Sao Paulo.
Mrs. Ben Etkin, pr dent; Mrs.
Prior to his settling in Brazil, Adelbert Dan, Mrs oris Tobes
Hirschberg was one of the lead- and Mrs. Adolp
Lieb, vice
odern and expanded quarters are
ers of the Central Verein of presidents; Rob
ed to provide a broad range of services
the Jews in Germany, leading treasurer; and
. R. Fiantico
representative body of German and Mrs. Marti Marx, secre-
Tents. You are cordially invited to visit us.
Jewry. He was also the editor taries.
of the CV-Zeitung, official or-
Advisors- of
e group are
gan of this organization. He Arthur Boschan representing
received his doctorate at the the congregation Farber and
University of Leipzig in 1927 Mrs. Gertrude Li erman, rep-
and is the author of a number resenting the sist



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Bnai Brith District 6
Elects New Officers

Israeli Shipping irm
Places Orders for
German Cargo Vessels

CHICAGO -- The 93rd an-
nual convention of Bnai Brith Yam, Ltd., Israel's second larg-

Grand Lodge District 6, which est shipping firm, has placed
includes Michigan, ended ses- an order for the construction
sions with the election of Er- in West Germany of two 30,000-
vine Lavine of Fargo, N. D., ton bulk cargo vessels, to be
president; Dr. Elmer M. Imber completed in 1963, Raphael
of Chicago, 1st vice president; Recanati, president of the
Paul L. Moskowitz of Milwau- steamship line announced.
kee, Wis., 2nd vice president;
The two new freighters, to
Ben Z. Nudelman of Chicago, be built by Deutsche Werft
3rd vice president; and Myron A.G., of Hamburg, will bring
E. Herzog of Chicago, treasurer. the line's total tonnage to the
At a meeting of the board of 200,000 ton-mark, as part of a
governors following the conven- general expansion program of
tion, Ben Z. Glass of Chicago 1 th e Israeli merchant marine,
was elected executive secretary ex pected to reach the 1,000,000-
for the 23rd consecutive year. I to i 1 mark by 1963.



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