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December 07, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-07

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NEW YORK, (JTA) -- De- certain amount of hope and con- the Ecumenical Council in this
d aring that Jewish organizations fidence to the final decisions of respect."
are following the proceedings of
the Ecumenical Council with
"great attention," Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the
World Jewish Congress, told
Jewish ' leaders here that he
Dec. 11-12:30 P.M.
hoped that the Catholic Church
would take a clear position in
at Town and Country Club
condemning racism, anti - Semi-
Guest Speaker:
tism and intolerance in all forms.
DR.
ERNEST
GAYNES
He spoke at a meeting of the
Optometrist
American Section of the World
Well known Detroit photographer
Jewish Congress.
will present
Goldmann said that in view
"An Afternoon At The Theater"
of "certain actions already taken
a color slide program with
by the Pope, Jewish public
music and commentary
opinion looks forward with a
For Tickets call:

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings
from Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and Other News-Gathering Media.

ZEDAKAH CLUB
31st ANNUAL DONOR LUNCHEON

United States

NEW YORK—Israel Rogosin, New York industrialist and
prominent Jewish philanthropist, gave $500,000 to Deborah
Hospital, the free, non-sectarian medical center for chest diseases
in Brown Mills, N.Y. . . . The Menorah Home and Hospital for
the Aged and Infirm has launched a $1,000,000 campaign to
provide new and enlarged facilities . .. More than 1,000 dele-
gates from the United States and Canada participated here at a
dinner celebrating the 65th anniversary of the formation of the
Bund, the Jewish Socialist Movement which played a vital role
in the organization of Jewish workers in eastern Europe . . .
Six hundred leading union representatives honored Morris
Iushewitz, secretary of the New York Central Labor Council
of the AFL-CIO, at a dinner which produced 'sales of nearly
$1,000,000 in Israel Bonds.
SYRACUSE—The purchase of $10,000 in State of Israel
Bonds on the basis of Israel's "progress and potential future
growth" was made by the Merchants National Bank and Trust
Company here.
NEWARK—The Daughters of Israel Pleasant Valley Home
has- halted the acceptance of new applicants because an emer-
gency has developed from the Home's growing waiting list of
aged and chronically ill.
CINCINNATI—The Jewish Family Service Bureau of Cin-
cinnati has named a new Committee on Marriage and Family
Relationships to explore reasons for the rising rate of Jewish
divorces and possible methods of prevention.
CLEVELAND—Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, spiritual leader of
Fairmount Temple, has been named general chairman of Cleve-
land's 163 Jewish Welfare Fund Appeal.
MINNEAPOLIS—For the second successive year, a spate of
Nazi-type synagogue desecrations has broken out here, with two
houses of worship, Ahavath Achim-Beth Israel Synagogue and
Gemelus Chesed Synagogue, suffering defacements.
LOS ANGELES—The Sheet Metal Workers Union, Local
1108, AFL-CIO, has purchased $50.000 in State of Israel Bonds
from the union's pension trust fund.
SAN FRANCISCO—A group of prominent citizens here
decided to establish a committee of Friends of the Weizmann
Institute of Science following an address early this week by
Abba Eban, Israel Minister of Education.

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BUENOS AIRES—Mass demonstrations planned to be held
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of a number of Tacaura members who rioted in protest . .
Gentiles and Jews are solidified in the fight against anti-Semitism
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at an open meeting of the United Front Against Anti-Semitism,
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outbreaks of violence . against Jews.
RIO DE JANEIRO—Mario Schambers of Sao Paulo, a Jew
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seven newly chosen deputies whose election was invalidated
here by the highest elections court in the country.

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LONDON—A petition calling for legislation to outlaw racial
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House of Commons by representatives of the Labor, Liberal and
Conservative parties.
FRANKFURT—Municipal officials here reported that the
intensive re-screening of Frankfurt police, which was ordered
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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- 'F riday, December 7, 1962

Dr. Goldmann Hopes Ecumenical Body Will Condemn Intolerance

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