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September 28, 1962 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 28, 1962 — 36

Opposition to Federal
Parochial Schools' Aid •
Reaffirmed by W-Circle
NEW YORK, (JTA)—The na-
tional executive committee of
the Workmen's Circle, Jewish
fraternal and cultural organiza-
tion, reaffirmed its opposition
to federal aid to parochial
schools and to state-prescribed
prayers in public schools.
"We believe," it said, "that it
is in the best interests of Amer-
icans of all faiths to continue
the separation of church and
state provided by our constitu-
tion and sanctioned by our
traditions. It is our profound'
conviction that to depart from
this basic doctrine in our demo-
cratic faith would be an un-
mitigated evil."

G' Mar Hasima Tova

The officers of


17556 Wyoming

extend best wishes for
a very Happy New Year
to all its members and

* * *

will officiate at High Holy
Day services and will chant
the prayers with a trained


Sinatra Rebukes Arab League
for Boycotting Aid to Children

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LOS ANGELES—Upon hear-
ing a report that the Arab
League in Damascus had de-
clared a boycott on all his films
because of his appearance in
Israel last May, film star Frank
Sinatra issued a statement
Tusday . expressing his disap-
pointment that "statesmen any-
wher would condemn anyone
for aiding children of what-
ever faith or origin."
Sinatra, who was the guest
of Histadrut in Israel and gave
eight concerts for the benefit of
a youth center in Nazareth, de-

Rome Jewry Anticipates Invitation

to Opening of Ecumenical Council

ROME, (JTA) — While no
Jewish observer is expected to
be admitted to the Ecumenical
Council which opens next
month, it is anticipated that the
Jewish community of Rome may
be invited to send a representa-
tive to the formal opening ses-
It was revealed here that
the Jewish Community had
been approached several weeks
ago in an indirect way as to
whether it would accept an in-
vitation to the inaugural ses-
sion. The attitude of the com-
munity leadership is to accept
such an invitation, if extended.


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Radom & Levinson

Rosh Hashanah Services
Evening Services
Friday and Saturday
Sept. 28 & 29
6 p.m.
Day Services
Saturday and Sunday
Sept. 29 & 30
8 a.m.


dared: "In Israel my recent
tour there was to raise money
for an interfaith youth center
in Nazareth—an Arab center
where the recipients will be
primarily Arab children. My
world tour, which included Is-
rael, was dedicated to benefit-
ing children of all faiths. I
had hoped that adults every-
where had one thing in com-
mon—to benefit all children."
The National Committee for
Labor Israel issued a statement
strongly backing Sinatra's ac-
tivities in Israel that were of a
philanthropic nature on a broad
interfaith basis.

Wish All Customers
and Friends
a Year of
Health and Happiness


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Wish the

Entire Hebrew Community
A Happy and Healthy New Year

as in the past, indigents
may come and join us in worship

HYMAN H. KARP, President


at the




151 W. Jefferson facing the Detroit River

NEW YEAR'S EVE.—Friday, September 28th, 6 p.m.

ROSH HASHANAH—Saturday, September 29th and.
Sunday, September 30th—Morning Services
begin at 8:00 a.m.

KOL NIDRE—Sunday, October 7th-6:00 p.m.
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES—Monday, October. 8th-
8:00 a.m. until Sunset.

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However, so far no such invita-
tion has been received, al-
though the "second round" of
invitations has already been
completed by the secretariate
of the Council.
Should the invitation be ex-
tended, the person who will be
sent by the Jewish Community
as its representative to the
inaugural session will probably
be Professor Fausto Pitigliano,
the president of the Commu-
nity. It is recalled here that
Professor Pitigliano publicly
expressed last May readiness to
accept an invitation from the
Ecumenical Council and that
"the Jewish Community in
Rome being geographically the
nearest Jewish community to
the Vatican" could expect such
an invitation.
The extending of an invita-
tion to the Jewish Community
here to send a representative
to the inaugural session of the
Ecumenical Council would be
only an act of courtesy. It will
not reflect any intention on the
part of the Council to deal with
the problems which Jewish or-
ganizations would like to see
included in the Council's agen-
da. Indications at the present
moment point to the possibility
that the Council will not even
come out specifically with a
declaration against anti-Semi-

'Rockwell Party'
Gets Va. Charter

The State of Virginia yesterday
issued a corporation charter to
the "George Lincoln Rockwell
Party" despite protests that
this, in effect, legalized a Nazi
Checks' used to pay the state
Corporation Commission's fees
listed the "American Nazi
party" as the remitter. Several
months ago, the Commission
had cancelled a previous
charter issued in the name of
the "American Nazi party."
Purposes of the Rockwell
party on the new charter state-
ment included "the gaining of
political power in the United
States by all legal means and
effective processes" and the
public." Rockwell was listed,
along with Nazi lieutenants on
the party's board of directors.

Herut Leader Expects
Large South American
Immigration to Israel
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israel
may expect soon "large-scale"
immigration from Latin Amer-
ica, Menahem Beigin, leader of
the Herut Party, declared here
upon his return from a seven-.
week tour of South American
"It will be most important
for Israel to absorb the first
newcomers of t li i s potential
mass immigration and to grant
special facilities to these immi-
grants," he said. "South Amer-
ican Jews will not come here
penniless," he added.

Texas Leaders on
Atomic Energy's
Advisory Board


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HOUSTON, Tex., (JTA)—Two
Texas Jewish leaders, Dr. Sol
Forman of Galveston and State
Senator A. R. Schwartz of Gal-
veston, have been appointed to
the Atomic Energy Advisory
Committee of the Southern In-
terstate Nuclear Board.
Dr. Forman is assistant pro-
fessor of internal medicine at
the University of Texas medical
branch. Both appointee are ac-
tive in Jewish communal afafirs.


Of The


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Wishes to extend their New Year's Greetings
to all members, guest speakers and social
workers of The Jewish Community Center.

Sam Hochman, President; Jennie Schubiner, Sec'y.

Our Guest Speakers During 1962:

Mr. Morris Becker
Mr. Abe Berneker
Mr. Joseph Bernstein
Mr. Ben Chason
Mr. Albert Elazar
Mrs. Sarah Freedman
Mr. Isaac Finkelstein
Cantor Reuven Frankel
Prof. Norbert H. Gorwic
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Mr. William Hordes
Moishe Haar

Mr. Harry Kaminer
Mr. Louis Levin
Mrs. Adele Mondry
Mrs. Miriam Mondry
Rabbi Isaac Paneth
Mr. Solomon Schkloven
Mr. David Sislin
Mr. Abraham Snyder
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Mr. Morris Teiler
Dr. Meyer Teitelbaum
Mrs. David Zellman (Grace)

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The Officers of Turover Farein and Congregation
Ezras Achim and the Ladies Auxiliary hope the New
Year will bring happiness to all their members; that
sorrow and trouble will be a thing of the past to our
brothers all over the world.
We hope for peace for all Jewry here in America,
and Israel and all over the world.

Turover Farein Officers:

Isidore Sosnick, Honorary President
Jacob Bobrin, Honorary President
Nathan Korby, President
William Keller, 1st Vice-President
Hyman Krowitz, 2nd Vice-President
Louis Rabinowitz, Recording Secretary
Jack Zeldes, Finance Secretary

Ladies' Auxiliary Officers:

Mrs. Rosalyn Zeldes, President
Mrs. Esther Weiner, Vice President
Mrs. Kate Geller, 2nd Vice-President

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