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August 23, 1963 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-23

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Catholic Editor Asks Ecumenical Congregational Dinner for Israel Miami Congregation
Offers Tuition-Free
Council to Condemn Anti-Semitism Bonds to Hear Ben Ari, Wednesday Schooling to All

CAMDEN, N.J. (JTA) — The
Roman Catholic Ecumenical
Council has been called upon by
a prominent Catholic here to
condemn anti-Semitism at its
session scheduled to reconvene
in Rome next month.
The call was issued by the
Rev. Msgr. Salvatore J. Adamo,
executive editor of the Catholic
Star Herald, official organ of
the Caniden Diocese, which em-
braces all of southern New
Jersey. Writing in the church
organ, Msgr. Adamo declared:
"There is an unfortunate ele-
ment in our Catholic upbringing
that conveys the idea that the
Jews killed God." This, he said,
leads Roman Catholics to "con-
sider hatred toward the Jews
not something sinful but rather
a service to God. A clear pro-
nouncement by the Vatican
Council could help end this re-
ligious delusion once an_d for
all."
The editor, one of the leading
figures in his diocese, also dis-
puted the argument that Arab
members of the Church would
take such a declaration to mean
siding with the State of Israel
against the Arab countries.
"When people say or write
that they are not against the
Jews, only against Israel and
Zionism, don't be taken in," he
wrote. "It's nothing but a decoy.

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anti-Semitism by the Ecumenical
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of peace and prosperity in the
Middle East.
* * •
LONDON (JTA) — A leading
Catholic writer on world affairs
urged a positive Christian ap-
proach which would attack the
causes of anti-Semitism by stres-
sing "a sense of common human-
ity."
Writing in the Sunday Ob-
server, Mrs. Barbara Ward Jack-
son asserted that the resumption
of the Ecumenical Council in
Rome next month could offer
Catholic Christianity the "oppor-
tunity to restate with utmost
emphasis and solemnity its re-
jection of anti-Semitism and its
condemnation of every myth"
which makes "the Jews a species
of cosmic villains in the divine
drama" She said that such a
solemn declaration would be
only a starting point because
"the first need is for Christians
and Jews to be ready, in a new
and concrete way, to conduct the
search together to hunt down the
old fatal myths where they have
really sunk their roots."

MIAMI, (JTA)—The Knesseth
Israel Congregation has an-
nounced that it will make its
religious school facilities avail-

Beth Moses Sets
60th Anniversary
Celebration

The High Holiday
Prayer Book

At a buffet meeting held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Irving Feldman, Cong. Beth
Moses commenced making plans
for a 60th anniversary celebra-
tion starting with the High Holy
Days and culminating in June,
1964.
In addition to Feldman, who
had previously been appointed
general chairman, the following
appointments were made: Dan
Levy, special chairman, Mes-
dames Bernard Winer, secre-
tary, and Donald Farkus, treas-
urer.

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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Israel cabinet decided that the
hotly disputed issue of a sec-
ond kitchen on the luxury liner
SS Shalom for the preparation
of non-kosher food was an issue
of economics and not of re-
ligion, and left the decision to
the liner's owners, the Zim-
Shoham Line.
The decision was voted re-
portedly by a close margin, in
disregard of a Ministerial Com-
mittee recommendation that the
issue was one of principle, and
that an Israeli carrier should
not have non-kosher facilities.
The Zim directorate had come
out strongly, during protracted
public debate, in favor of a non-
kosher kitchen for "competitive
reasons."
The Israel rabbinate will not
certify the arrangements for
kosher food on the S. S. Shalom
if a non-kosher kitchen is in-
stalled on the liner.
Cabinet members of the Re-
ligious party warned against a

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tries.
Rabbis, cantors and leaders of
every congregation in the De-
troit area have been invited to
the dinner meeting.

Israel Cabinet Defers Decision
on Kosher Kitchen to Ship Owner

FALL-WINTER SCHEDULE

Dates of
Departure

The annual congregational
leadership dinner sponsored by
the High Holy Day and Con-
gregational Council and the De-
troit Israel Bond Committee will
be held Wed-
nesday, A u g.
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Coolidge, Oak
Park, it was
announced by
Tom Borman,
chairman of
the Detroit Is-
rael Bond
Committee, and Philip Stoll-
man, chairman of High Holy
Day and Congregational Council.
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
and Norman Allan are High
Holy Day Council co-chairmen.
Abbie Ben Ari, deputy direc-
tor of the Israel Government
Tourist Office and f or m e r
spokesman for Israel's Foreign
Ministry, will be the guest
speaker.
A native of Johannesburg,
South Africa, Ben Ari, 34, has
pioneered in the development
of new towns in the Negev. He
has served as a special repre-
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possible chain reaction stem-
ming from the cabinet decision.
Social Welfare Minister Joseph
Burg called it a "deep wound"
which would cause serious re-
percussions in coalition rela-
tions. Zim-Shoham has indicated
it wants a . non-kosher kitchen,
as well as a kosher one, to meet
competition in trans-Atlantic
travel facilities.
Simultaneously, a warning
was given that no American
Orthodox rabbi would grant cer-
tification for the kosher kitchen
if non-kosher facilities were
provided. That warning was
made by Rabbi Solomon Reich-
man, one of a group of mem-
bers of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada now visiting Israel.
Rabbi Reichman so informed
Premier Levi Eshkol when the
delegation was received by the
Premier.

Rabbi Hertz Sees
Good Relations
witn the Vatican
with

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz re-
ported upon his return from
Israel and Europe that when he
visited with Paul VI in Rome
at a privately arranged audience
he was told the new Pope hopes
"for a continuation of positive
Catholic - Jewish relationships
begun by his predecessor, Pope
John XXIII."
Rabbi Hertz states that he
has come to the conclusion that
"despite efforts of the conserva-
tive wing of the Catholic Church
there is a definite effort being
made at the Vatican to improve
relationships with Jews and
with other non-Catholics."

Livonia Congregation
Issues Bowling Call

The Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation Bowling League an-
nounces registration is open for
husbands and wives who wish to
bowl 7-9 p.m. on alternate Sun-
days beginning Sept. 15 at the
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league are Mrs. Roslyn Kahl,
president; Jerry Altschul, vice-
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