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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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Federation-United Jewish Appeal
Sabbath to Be Observed March 16

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, the
chairman of the synagogues and
schools division of the 1963
Allied Jewish Campaign, an-
nounces that the Sabbath
of March 16
has been des-
ignated as
F e deration-
United. Jewish
Appeal S a b -
bath in recog-
nition of the
great humani-
tarian eff or t
of the Jewish
Welfare Fed-
eration.
The s y n -a-
gogues here
are planning Dr. Hertz
appropriate observances in the
synagogue at Sabbath services
and in religious schools that
weekend, so that the message
of Zedakah and Gemiluth Chas-
sodim can be given the widest
poscsible. hearing.
Rabbi Hertz said, "The Allied
Jewish Campaign is a source
of strength for ever y cause
Judaism holds dear. Not only
does it meet the needs of our
brethren overseas and in Israel,
but it also provides, in our own
community, the means for heal-
ing the sick, comforting the
troubled in body and spirit,
feeding the hungry, caring for
the widow and orphan, the aged
and infirm, and supporting the
educational institutions which

Sabbath Services
Recorded for Blind

Jewish Sabbath services are
now being made available to
blind men, women and children
in the United States, Canada,
Israel and other countries
through long playing high fidel-
ity recordings prepared by the
Jewish Braille Institute of
America, it has been announced
by Mrs. Harry J. Finke, president
of the institute.
Production of the recordings
of the Sabbath services was made
possible through a grant from
Ivriah, an organization devoted
to the advancement of Jewish
religious education. Initially, 200
records have been pressed from
master copies and others will be
produced as needed.
The cantor and choir have
followed the traditional cantilla-
tion in these two-record sets
which will be distributed free
of charge to sightless persons as
part of the institute's program
of encouraging participation in
religious life.

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guide our children in the faith
of our fathers.
"Through the aged, the syna-
gogue has occupied the central
place in the life of our people.
Thus, one of its prime concerns
has always been the mitzvah of
Zedakah which addresses each
Jew with the urgent request
that he share the bounties of
life with his fellowman.
"Faithful to this tradition of
synagogue responsibility, we
call upon every member of our
congregations to give generous-
ly of his time, his substance and
his effort to the AJC, and to
provide such support to the
very limits of his capacity."

Bible Scholar Will
Address Pontiac
Jewish Community

Dr. Samuel Iwry of the Sem-
itics Department of Johns Hop-
kins University and professor
at the Baltimore Hebrew Col-
lege will address the Pontiac
Jewish community at a cultural
meeting to be held 8:30 p.m.
March 10 at Temple Beth Ja-
cob.
The topic of his address will
be "The Meaning of the Dead
Sea Scrolls." Iwry was one of
the first savants to decipher
two of the original documents
found at Qumran in 1947. In
his doctoral dissertation he de-
cisively proved the authenticity
and pre-Christian date of these
scrolls which are now housed
in a specially built museum in
Jerusalem.
Iwry will discuss some of the
written sources which elucidate
Jewish history 2,000 years ago.
A question and answer period
will follow.
The event is co-sponsored by
Cong. Bnai Israel and Temple
Beth Jacob. The public is in-
vited to attend. Following the
lecture, traditional Purim re-
freshments will be served.
-Eh

Javits Gets Seminary
Honorary Doctorate



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MIAMI BEACH — Compre-
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conflict - of - interest laws, on
both the State and Federal
level, is "critically needed" to
safeguard public interest and
for "the guidance of each legis-
lator," U.S. Sen. Jacob K. Javits
declared at a dinner' of the
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Addressing more than 500
guests who attended the fourth
"Rich
annual convocation dinner of
in
the Seminary at Miami Beach
Auditorium, Sen. Javits de-
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urates"
have the moral duty to establish
an ethical code of practices
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its enforcement, and thus help
to insure the continued vitality
of the private enterprise system.
They have a weighty responsi-
bility to the society of which
they are an essential part, and
in their dealings with govern-
ment, the community and the
public at large, they should be
guided by the high ethical
standards that derive from our
heritage and traditions."
Sen. Javits, who earlier in
the day had received from the
Seminary the honorary degree
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