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December 21, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-21

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Arad Dedicated

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Al-
though there are only 200 lep-
rosy cases in Israel, the work
done by Hadassah and Israel's
Health Ministry here on behalf
of those patients has resulted
in "wide repercussions" in Asia
and Africa, where that dread
disease is a grave problem,
Mary Switzer, American direc-
tor of the Federal Office of
Rehabilitation at Washington,
declared here.
The American official is here
to attend the second confer-
ence of the Israel Rehabilita-
tion Council. She is the first
woman recipient of the coveted
Albert Lasker Award for inter-
national work in rehabilitation
of disabled persons, an honor
given to her two years ago.

Plans for the development
of the new town of Arad, west
of the Dead Sea, are discussed
by Mrs. Jan Peerce, national
chairman of the Israel Bond
2 Governors-Elect
Women's Division, and Yitz-
Buy Israel Bonds
hak Pundak, director of - the
The broad range of American Arad project, against a back-
support for the economic devel- ground of new homes for the
opment of Israel was dramatized first residents of the settle-
as the newly elected governors ment. Mrs. Peerce visited the
of two states bought Israel Bonds. town on the eve of its dedica-
The purchases were made by tion by Prime Minister Ben-
Governor-elect John B. Connally, Gurion, who headed a group
Jr., of Texas and Governor-elect of top government leaders
William W. Scranton of Pennsyl- taking part in the ceremonies,
vania. Connally became a Guar- which marked a major break-
dian of Israel through the pur- through in the economic con-
chase of $1,000 in State of Israel quest of the Negev. Ben-
Bonds, while Scranton bought Gurion received a cable from
Abraham Feinberg, president
$500 in Israel Bonds.
Governor-elect Connally urged and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
support for Israel not only be- vice president of the Israel
cause of the need to develop the Bond Organization, pledging
country, especially the Negev, increased American assistance
but also to provide an "oasis of in the development of Arad
freedom in a land surrounded by and other new Negev towns
hostility."
through - the Israel Bond
Governor-elect Scranton noted drive.

that he had recently visited Is-
rael and had been "tremendously
impressed' by the progress being
made there on so many fronts."

French Cardinal Urges Friendship for Christians, Jews

PARIS, (JTA) — One of
France's leading Catholic pre-
lates urged that Christians
cleanse themselves of anti-
Semitism and work for "the im-
portant concept of Jewish-Chris-
tian friendship."
The appeal was made by Car-
dinal Gerlier, Archbishop of
Lyons, in an introduction writ-
ten for a book by a priest, Jean
Toulat, dealing with the Jewish
problem. "The Ecumenical spir-
it and not less the Biblical re-
vival must engage all Christians
to revise the position of Israel's
sins and lead them to discover
in Judaism the roots from
which all Christian cults stem,"
the Cardinal asserted.
Cardinal Gerlier, who was one
of the leaders of the "liberal"

movement in the first phase of
the Ecumenical Council in
Rome, recalled Paul's belief
that a day would come when
Israel and the Church would
form "a single nation before
God." He added that such "per-
spectives" have been "crushed
by centuries of anti-Semitism."
Declaring that "it is not cer-
tain that all traces of anti-
Semitism have disappeared"
even in some who call them-

selves disciples of Christianity,
he called for Jewish-Christian
understanding and urged all
Christians to further this "sin-
cerely and wholeheartedly."
Jewish sources read the
statement with satisfaction.
Some observers suggested that
coming just after the Cardinal's
return from Rome, his state-
ment might foreshadow a major
move in support of his stand
on Jewish-Christian relations.

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Bnai Brith President
Charges Jews Are
Scapegoats in Russia

UN 4-2300
BR 2-2470

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
throttling of Jewish cultural
life in the Soviet Union is lead-
ing to anti-Semitic outbreaks in
that country and the scapegoat-
ing of Jews for "economic
crimes," Label A. Katz, presi-
dent of Bnai Brith told the
119th annual meeting of the
organization's board of gover-
nors.
Katz charged that the USSR's
policy of isolating its Jewish
citizens "from their past, their
traditions, while severing their
every link with world Jewry,"
not only threatens the cultural
extinction of almost 3,000,000
Soviet Jews, but weakens their
physical security as well. "When
Jewish culture is defamed," he
said, "the Jew stands condemn-
ed before the masses, and all
Not to be void did God create eyes turn upon him when do-
the –world, but to be inhabited mestic crisis or foreign danger
did He create it. Isaiah 45.
makes men afraid."

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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, December 21, 1962

Hadassah's Work
on Leprosy in Israel
Lauded by U.S. Expert

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