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February 16, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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Boris Smolar's

'Between You
and Me

be delivered to 15th Congres-
sional District Young Democrats
at 8:30 p.m. today at the home
of Mary Surowitz, 18298 In-
diana.
Several Con-Con delegates
from both parties will appear.
Special guest will be Jack Fax-
on (D—Detroit). For informa-
tion, call UN 2-4741.
The senior 15th Dems will
also hold its monthly meeting
Feb. 22 at Regional Hall, 8222
Joy. John Jay Collins, state
Democratic chairman, will be
speaker. Both meetings are open
to the public.

...

9

(Copyright, 1962,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

Behind the Scenes

Now the story can be told of how the first Catholic-Jewish
goodwill organization was formed in Spain recently—centuries
after the Spanish Inquisition . . . The basis for this historic
event was >laid when the president of the Jewish community in
Madrid, Max Mazin, approached the American Jewish Committee
to help him establish better Christian-Jewish relations in Spain.
. . . He felt the time was ripe for such an effort since some
leading Catholic clergymen in Spain have begun to show more
understanding for Jews during the Eichmann trial . . The
American Jewish Committee decided not to lose time and acted
on this request not only for the sage of the small Jewish com-
munity in Spain numbering some 3,000 persons . . . AJC leaders
saw in friendship toward Jews by the Catholic Church in Spain
also far-reaching consequences for Jewish communities in Latin
America . . . It is from Spain that the Catholic Church recruits
large numbers of its clergy for South American, where Spanish
is the native language . . . The American Jewish Committee,
therefore, sent into Spain two men — a prominent Catholic
theologician and a Jew ... The Catholic was Father Paul Demana,
one of the leading figures in Europe who for over a decade has
dedicated himself to ameliorating the Catholic attitude toward
Jews . . . The Jew was Maximo Yaguspsky, represenative of the
American-Jewish Committee in Latin America, an educator who
was born in Argentina and speaks a perfect Spanish . . . The
two spent several days in Madrid, meeting with a number of
prominent ecclesiastical figures in key posts in Spain . . . They
also addressed two meetings in Madrid attended by leading
Spanish clergymen and professors . . . The reaction of the audi-
ences was warm and so was the reaction of the Spanish press
which covered the frank discussions at the meetings . . . The
result was the creation of a Catholic-Jewish . Action Committee
with Sister Esperanza, Mother Superior of the Order of Notre
Dame de Sion, as secretary.

Communal Problems

Jewish communal services depend on volunteers—especially
on volunteer womanpower . .. Volunteers play a major part in
fund-raising campaigns, work in . community centers, serve in
hospitals and are active in various other fields of Jewish com-
munal life . . . Women volunteers are the lifeline of such organ-
izations as Hadassah, National Council of Jewish Women, ORT,
American Jewish_ Congress, Pioneer Women, and many others.
. . . In 1961, women's gifts to local Jewish federations and Wel-
fare funds represented 11 per cent of the total monies raise
,I 00
Jewish communities . . . In 52 communities alone some $5,
s . . .
were raised by the women's divisions of the local camp
, there-
The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Fund
. o . m Tah ne-
fore, now, studying the problem of retention of volunt . w
power in the communities and also of increasing
question of how to bring into communal service t se women
who hide behind their children and homes as an exc e for non-
participation is now under special CJFWF study .. . rs. Henry
Welfare
L. Jones, president of the women's division of the Jew
Federation in Detroit—who is active nationally in
JA
CJFWF, and other national and local Jewish causes—adva
interesting views on this subject.

Jewish Legacies

The American ORT Federation has embarked on a program
of seeking legacies for the organization and has established a
National ORT Legacy Committee . . . George Backer, noted
Jewish leader and former ORT president, is honorary president
of the committee, and John F. Davidson, distinguished lawyer,
is chairman . . . The program, formulated by David Schweitzer
for many years representative of the Joint Distribution Co
tee in Europe—was presented at a gathering in the Loto
ub
in New York arranged by Backer.

Nuremberg Film Starts Thurs

Nazi jurists who interpreted
Nazi law according to Hitler's
ideas are shown on trial at Nur-
emberg, in the great film, "Judg-
ment at Nuremberg," which
opens Thursday at the United
Artists Theater. In the process,
the Nazi • ideas are exposed to
light again and there is warning
in this 200-minute film against
the resurgence of Hitlerism.
Actual scenes of concentra-
tion camps as they were found
by the British and American
liberators are part of this truly
great spectacle.
There are many dramatic
scenes, and one of the great
lessons in the film is offered
towards the end. When one of
the convicted Nazis tells the
American judge, Dan Hayward
(Spencer Tracy), that he did
not know his actions would
come to what Nazism had
brought the world, and pleaded:
"You must believe me," the
American replied:
"Herr Janning, it came to me
that the first time you sen-
tenced to death a man you knew
to be innocent."
"Judgment at Nuremberg" is
a must for all who wish to know
the past and fully to understand
the tragic era of Hitlerism,

while striving to prevent
currence.
Preceding the formal com-
mencement of the showing of
"Judgment at Nurmberg" on
Thursday, there will be a
benefit performance Wednes-
day for the American Associa-
tion for the United Nations.
It will be the only "reserved
seat" performance.
Federal Judge Theodore
yin is one of the honorary c
men of the committee s
or-
ing this benefit perf
ance.
Patrons for the UN
ht in-
elude:

Dr. and Mrs. Lawren Katz, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Dani
Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Lurie,
and Mrs.
Max Osnos, Mr. and
s. Leonard
Simons, Mr. and Mrs. I
g Franzel,
Harry Gregory Bradli Judge and
Mrs. Nathan Kaufman,
dele Hue-
bner, Dr. and Mrs. Z. Ste n Bohn,
J. Earl Pittenger, Jessitte
James V. Votta, Florence Sisman,
Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Golden, Dr.
and Mrs. Wilmer W. Freeman, Dr.
Bernard Weston, Carl . Rosman, Mrs.
Joseph Greenberg, Dr. I. Donald
Fagin, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sanders,
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. Flton D. Hubert, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Levinson, Mrs. E. Brye
Alpern, Mrs. Julian Krolik, Miss
Edith Heavenrich, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
E. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hordes,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Frehse,
Austrian Consul and Mrs. Norman
H. Birnkrant.

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MRS. ISAAC ENGELBAUM
The main Sanctuary of Cong.
Bnai Moshe was the setting for
the Tuesday evening ceremony
which united Judy Lee Sims and
Isaac Engelbaum in marriage.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene B. Sims and
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Engel-
baum of Windsor, Ont.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of silk organza and Alen-
con lace over taffeta. The deli-
cate formed the high, square
neckline which melted into a fit-
ted bodice and a flowing skirt
and chapel train of silk organza,
appliqued in Alencon lace. Her
silk illusion veil was held in
place by a small crown of taf-
feta, lace and pearls. She carried
white orchids on a Bible.
Mrs. Paul Schreibman was ma-
tron of honor. Karen Engel-
baum, the bridegroom's sister
was a junior bridesmaid. Marc
Meyerson and Sue Rubinste•
were bridesmaids.
ck was his cou-
Mom
ims, the
s man.
an
•ride's brother,
s.
and Howard G in were ►
After a New York honeymo I
the couple will reside on Tull
Ave.

,

Don Frohman C
Presents Music

Bernard E. Foster, regional
director of the City of Hope,
national medical center at Du-
arte, Calif., will be guest speak-
er and make a presentation to
John Sodos at a testimonial
banquet in honor of Sodos' 86th
birthday and his 40 years of
service to the organization on
Feb. 25 at Holiday Manor.
Toastmaster for the affair
will be Ben Goldberg, vice
president of the medical center.,
Willia
ur • h-
an. Music wi
by Larry Freedman and h
orchestra. For reservations, call'
Mrs. J. Zeldes, UN 4-3162.

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LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
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present a musical comedy, "It's
About Time," 8:30 p:.m. Wed-
nesday at Oak Park High
School. For tickets and informa-
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BUSINESS AND PROFES-
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general meeting 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Jewish Center.
"What Would You Do?" a
brotherhood panel, will be
featured. • d female
gu
invited.
* * *
ALBERT D. T
EN'S CHAPTER will feature a
discussion on problems of in-
tegrating neighborho • • s 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at, he ak Park
thur
Co •
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:tart' of
Jo I
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ill • iscuss the
-mma of the Negro in
community, and Joh
of
the Wayn
niversity
r ment will com-
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the Bagley Community Council.
Guests are welcome.

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the program will be "The Role
of the Teacher, the Parent and
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15th District Democrats Foster Will Address
Schedule Two Meetings City of Hope
A special Con-Con report will Testimonial for Sodos

Judy Sims Weds
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