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May 31, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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LISTENING

S

Howard Sachar's `Modern Jewish
History' Publishe d as Paperback

First issued by World Pub-
lishing Co. as a hard-covered
book, "The Course of Modern
Jewish History," by Dr. Howard
Morley Sachar, makes its appear-
ance as a paperback, having just
come off the press of Delta
„Books (750
3rd, NY17).
This 63 0-
page compre-
hensive h i s -
tory com -
mences with
the era of the
French Revo-
lution and
continues
through t h e
Dr. Sachar
various inter-
vening stages through the re-
birth of the Jewish State.
Facilitated and preceded, as
the author indicates in his
preface, by such historians as
Dubnow, Elbogen, Klausner and
Baron in Russia, Poland, Ger-
many, Israel and the United
States, he has made use of thous-
ands of monographs in a wide
variety of sources for the com-
pilation of this extensive work.

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Dr. Sachar places emphasis
on his effort "to demonstrate
the interaction between Jew-
ish and non-Jewish factors:"
He declares that "Jewish his-
tory cannot be understood
without an evaluation of the
influence of non-Jewish fac-
tors.," that "nowhere is it
more transparently evident
than in the modern period."
Dr. Sachar's history deals with
various aspects of Jewish life,
with the impact of emancipation
and the end of archaic disabili-
ties, the Jewish Socialist move-
ment, the migrations and the
settlement of Jews in America.
Considerable interest w i 11
emerge from this history in rela-
tion to its treatment of the Jew-
ish labor movement, the extent
of anti-Semitic movements in
this country and the story of
East European Jewry's status
between the world wars.
Zionism, the Palestine Man-
date, the Nazi onslaught, the
Hitler movement to m a k e
Europe Judenrein, the formu-
lation of the "Final Solution"
and related subjects are among
the thoroughly analyzed his-
torical developments.
The growth of the American
Jewish community forms an im-
portant chapter. The emergence
of the State of Israel as well as
Israel's status in an area of
Arab hostility is part of this
extensive modern history.

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FIRST TIM E IN 13 years as
a member of the Lt: Roy F.
Green JWV Auxiliary, Ruth
Weiss did not sell poppies . . .
Husband Harold kept her busy
elsewhere—chasing the nurses
away from him at Harper 'Hos-
pital where he had a couple of
operations.
* * *
FAVORITE STORIES . . .
Orchestra man Sammy Woolf
. . . about Irving Fisher, who
played the part of Truman in
"Call Me Madam," occasionally
playing summer stock in the
Borscht Circuit . . . In one such
performance, the_ villain met
his death and the curtain was
lowered . . . But something
went" wrong and the curtain
hung suspended about three
feet above the head of the
"dead" man . . Several min-
utes passed as desperate efforts
were made to jiggle the cur-
tain loose . . . Finally the
"corpse" arose slowly and, in
sepulchral tones, moaned, "No
rest even in death—" . .. And
with that, he pulled down the
curtain.

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COUSIN E L M E R RASKIN
likes to go duck hunting . . .
but not as much as a judge
for whom he does work as a
bailiff who waits around for
the hunting season to open by
practicing duck calls . . . The
judge has a duck-caller with
Which he has broken three
leases . . During a two-week I
vacation, says Al he sat around
the house and did nothing from
morning till night but call
ducks . . . And late one night
his call' was answered! . . . A
green teal duck came sailing
through the living room win-
dow and landed at his feet . . .
A note was attached to the
duck's neck, "HERE'S your
mate. Now go and lay an EGG!"
* * *
OUT OF THE hospital is
Sally Kaufman, daughter of
Ann and Max Gealer, and wife
of Dr. Myron Kaufman . . . A
registered nurse, Sally worked
with hubby Myron on the S.S.
Hope mercy ship . . . While in
Peru she contacted a mysteri-
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known only to the bug itself
. Sally says that the little
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stoaway who wanted to come
to the United States!

people, that another enjoyed the
exercise of their inherent natural
rights. For happily the Govern-
ment of the United States, which
gives to bigotry no sanction, to
persecution no assistance, re-
quires only that they who live
under its protection should de-
mean themselves as good citi-
zens, in giving it on all occasions
their effectual support."

— Friday, May 31, 1963

Joining the Israel Bond Honor Societies of Trustees,
Builders and Guardians by virtue of their Bond purchases
at the recent Shaarit Haplaytah Dinner Dance, at which
$25,000 in Bonds were subscribed, are from Left Joseph Kagan,
Martin Rose, president; Joe Klein and Gene Klein. Nearly 450
members and friends attended the affair in the Adas Shalom
Social Hall, which celebrated Israel's 15'th anniversary.

WASHINGTON, (JTA ) —Rhode
Island Senators Claiborne Pell
and John 0. Pastore introduced
a bill to re-design the five-cent
regular postage stamp, bearing
the picture of George Washing-
ton, to incorporate Washington's
words, "To Bigotry No Sanction."
Washington wrote this phrase
in a letter to the Jewish com-
munity of Newport, R. I., after
visiting the famous Touro Syna-
gogue, now a national historic
shrine. Pell told the Senate that
"today this philosophy is just as
meaningful as it was then, and I
urge this legislation, so that all
Americans may - be constantly re-
minded of the high ideals of the
founding fathers of our c _ ountry."
The bill was referred to the Sen-
ate Committee on Post Office
and Civil Service.
The phrase to which the Sen-
ators referred was contained in
the first. President's letter to the
Newport Jewish community stat-
ing that: c'It is now no more that
toleration is spoken of as if it was
by the indulgence of one class of

25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Danny Raskin's Introduce Bill in Senate to Put
`to Bigotry No Sanction' on Stamp

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