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September 28, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S — Fr iday, September 28, 1962 — 1 2

Adas Shalom Synagogue Toasts
Presidents with $10,000 Bond

Iran Thanks ZOD for Gift to Aid Quake Sufferers

Acknowledging a contribution sion of sympathy and solicitude
of $100 from the Zionist Oragni- extended by your letter of Sept.
zation of Detroit, to assist in the 7, following the disastrous earth-
relief of sufferers from the quake. The generous contribu-
earthquake in his country, Hes- tion of $100 toward the relief
sein Ghods-Nakhai, Ambassador and rehabilitation work now in
of Iran to the United States, progress will certainly be used
wrote as follows, from Wash- to best advantage; and we are
ington, to Judge Ira G. Kalif profoundly grateful to all con-
man, ZOD president:
cerned for this magnanimous
"I sincerely thank you and gesture.
the members of your organiza-
"The immediate and heart-
tion for the very kind expres- warming response of our good

At the Adas Shalom Pre-High Holy Day Toast to Israel
Dinner held at the Jewish Center, the presidents of the con-
gregation honored were (from left) J. Maurice Karo, the
incumbent president, and the following past presidents: Judge
Ira G. Kaufman, Manny Lax, Charles H. Charlip, George
Spoon, Max H. Goldsmith and Eugene J. Epstein, the toast
master, who represented his father, Nathan R. Epstein, a past
president. Not shown besides Epstein is Alexander Moss, the
first .A.das Shalom president, who now lives in Florida. Seated
are (from left) Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, international read of
the Israel Bond Organization, the guest speaker; Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal of Adas Sholem who gave the tribute to the presidents;
Mrs. Segal and Mrs. Eugene J. Epstein. A $10,000 Israel Bond
purchase by Adas Shalom Synagogue was announced.

AJC Leader Greets Catholic Chaplain

Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum, di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee's Interreligious Af-
fairs D ep a r t-
ment, greeted
Father Robert
Bose, S.J., na-
tional chaplain
of the French
lay Catholic
Vie Nouvelle
movement, at
an orientation
session on the
Jewish institu-
tions and corn- Fr. Bose
munity life, held at AJC's Insti-
tute of Human Relations in New
York. A group of 140 members
of the movement, which is dedi-
cated to the task of applying
Christian principles within the
social, economic, political and
cultural structure of contempo-
rary society, heard presenta-
tions by Rabbi Tanenbaum,
Marshall Sklare, director, AJC's
scientific research department,
and Milton Himmelfarb, editor,
American Jewish Yearbook.
The group is in the U.S. pri-
marily to study the workings
of the Catholic laity. Vie Nou-
velle is the French counterpart
of the Christian Family move-
ment in the U.S., which num-
bers more than 50,000 couples
in this country and aims to
create a community conducive
to to Christian living. Its pro-
gram combines informal and
practical discussions in regular
meetings on family and commu-
nity problems related to Chris-
tian living and action by mem-
bers to influence their parishes

and communities. The move-
ment has units in Canada, Eng-
land, Australia, New Zealand,
Japan, the Philippines, Malta,
India, Africa and many South
American countries.


friends in the United States in
this time of trial has been a
source of great encouragement
and consolation and will always
be remembered."

You Don't Say

The written word
Should be clean as a bone,
Clear as light
Firm as stone.
Two words are not
As good as one.

and Workers of the


Extend Sincerest Good Wishes for a Year of Health and
Happiness to All Their Friends and to the Michigan
Community at Large and Call for the Continued Support
of Histadrut in Its Program of Cultural, Educational and
Medical Aid to the People of Israel.


Harry Schumer, Hon. Chair.; Morris Lieberman, Chair.; Sidney Shevitz, 1st Vice-Choir.;
Irving Pokempner, Choir. Exec. Bd.; Norman Cottler, Treas.; Isadore L. Shrodeck, Sec'y.;
Alfred Michaels, Exec. Dir.

May the New Year 5723 Bring
to Jewry and to Humanity

the Hopes and
for Peace and
Security for
the Entire

14 Nation Attendance
at Opening of Parley
on European Jewry

70 scholars from 14 countries
took part here in the opening
session of the Conference on Jew.
ish Life in Contemporary Europe
organized jointly by the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Jewry at
the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem, and the National Center for
Higher Jewish Studies at the
University of Brussels.
During the three-day confer-
ence, the scholars dealt with
such topics as the sources and
methods for Jewish geographical
statistics, spiritual trends and
the reconstruction of Jewish com-
munal life. Participating in the
sessions are scholars from Bel-
gium, Denmark, France, West
Germany, Britain, Yugoslavia,
Luxembourg, the Netherlands,
Israel, Italy, Portugal, the Unit-
ed States and Switzerland.

—Herb Kruckman's Cartoon, Copyright TTli

We Wish the Entire Community

A Very Happy New Year

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