Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

September 13, 1963 - Image 21

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

New York City
Delays Tax Filing
Due to Holy Days

Soviet Closes Synagogue

Polish Town Unveils
Memorial for Jews

to 50,000 Minsk Jews

(Direct JTA Telegraph Wire

to The Jewish News)
VIENNA — A memorial to the
filing deadlines for various New
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Soviet
There are still about 50,000 5,000 Jews who perished at the
REHOVOTH, Israel. — "We York City business tax returns
hands of the Nazis in the town
will prove the value of this which would have been due authorities in Minsk, capital of Jews living in Minsk.
of Ger, Poland, the famous Has-
conference when we have es- this year on Friday, Sept. 20, Byelorussia, have closed down
month, after authorities sidic center and the former seat
tablished beach-heads of Re- have been extended to Monday. the last synagogue in that city,Last
hovoth in our own countries," Sept. 23, because the earlier and have also desecrated a Jew- in i Moscow had declared the old of the Ger dynasty of Rabbis,
Jewish cemetery in that city was unveiled there Monday in
declared Senator Manuel P. date is the second day of Rosh ish cemetery by permitting the closed
to further burials, a simi- ceremonies attended by Polish
burial there of non-Jewish re-
Manahan, of the Philippines. Hashanah.
was issued in Minsk. government officials and rep-
speaking on behalf Of the dele-
Returns affected by the three-
There, a new cemetery was resentatives of the Jewish So-
gates from Asia at the con- day extension due to the Jew- received here from the Soviet opened,
and Jews were allowed cial and Cultural Association,
eluding session of the Confer- ish Holy Day include those for Union.
the grounds. Since it was reported here from War-
ence on Comprehensive Plan - iquarterly payments on sales tax,
The synagogue was ordered
ning of Agriculture in Develop- commercial rent or occupancy closed in June, and is now be- then, however, it was learned, saw.
The memorial recalls the fact
ing Countries at the Weizmann tax, amusement tax and the ing torn down to make way for the consecration was nullified.
that 5,000 Jews and a number of
Institute of Science here. "The hotel room occupancy tax. a new apartment house.
After love, book collecting is Poles were done to death at
proof of what we have gained
Minsk, once a great Jewish
from this meeting of renowned
Eat less than you can afford religious and cultural center, the most exhilarating sport of the site in the town. No Jews
scientists and legislators from and dress less fittingly but will thus be without a Jewish all.—Abraham S. Wolf Rosen- live in Ger today.
the new states will be the way have a fine dwelling. — The house of worship for this year's bath in "A Book Hunter's Holi-
in which we translate our dis- Talmud. I High Holy Days.
Want ads get quick results!
cussions into action—and then
we'll have something to report
back to Rehovoth instead of
just thanking Israel with
cliches and platitudes."
The conference, attended by
77 delegates from 30 countries,
including a vice-president, a
prime minister and 12 cabinet
ministers of different nations,
brought agricultural scientists,
economists and sociologists to-
gether with politicians and 'ad-
ministrators in frank, "down-to-
earth" discussions of ways and
means for increasing food pro-
duction in the emergent states.
Senator Manahan recalled
a Philippine fable which de-
scribes the creation of Man.
"God made a figure of clay
and put it in the oven; when
He took it out, He decided
that it was too white, that it
had not been baked hard
enough or long enough. So
he made another figure and
kept it in the oven for long-
er. This time it was light
brown when He took it out.
The third try produced the
best-baked figure — it was
dark brown!"
"For me," said the Senator,
"one of the thrills of this
Rehovoth Conference has
been meeting people from
other continents, and work-
ing with them on plans to
combat our great and com-
mon enemy—hunger."
* * *
Senator Manahan's fable was
taken up by Mrs. Golda Meir,
Israel's Foreign Minister, who
delivered the concluding ad-
dress of the ten-day assembly.
"There used to be a belief,"
she said, "that some people who
came out of Senator Mabahan's
oven inherently lacked capacity
. . • because of differences in
Facts you should know . . . Before you BUY or BUILD a HOME
Colour or creed. Of course, this
is a fallacy, an absurdity, abso-
lute nonsense. If Israel has a
right to claim anything, it is
that she has proven that colour
and religion are of no impor-
tance and that given opportun-
• What points should I investigate before tak-
If you're planning to buy, or build or
ity, there is no limit to what
ing my first step to home ownership?
man can do. Israel has shown
refinance a home, this free booklet is

much of my income can I safely appor-
this on her farms, in her fac-
a must! You'll find a wealth of helpful,
tories and in her schools, in
tion to buying a home?
practical suggestions that will make
places like Lachish, where peo-
• Which type of mortgage is best for me—what
ple who came as new immi-
home buying easier for you. It an-
about interest rates, escrow, etc.?
grants just a few years ago
• . . . and dozens of other vital questions.
swers such questions as:
have turned into productive
farmers and today are the pro-
viders of most of Israel's food.
The food we eat — and it is
plentiful — and even food for
MAIL COUPON BELOW foryour free booklet, or ask for

yours for the asking...
this valuable, informative 16-page booklet


Introducing herself as a one-
time farmer, and recalling her
life in a kibbutz when she first
came to Israel, Mrs. Meir add-
ed: "You will not solve your
agricultural problems, however
good your planning may be, as
long as farmers are kept on the
bottom rung of the ladder. Re-
spect for the dignity of agricul-
tural labour is essential. It is
morally wrong for the man who
produces the nation's bread, to
subsist on crumbs—either liter-
ally or symbolically."

The basic provision in. the
model wage-payment law is the
requirement that wages be paid
by employers at regular inter-

a copy at the Standard Federal office nearest you.




17540 Grand. River near Southfield
25712 Grand River near Beech Road
14221 Greenfield near Grand River
16841 Schaefer Road near McNichols

10641 Joy Road and Manor
24224 Joy Road near Telegraph
16530 East Warren at Outer Drive
11600 Kelly Road and Whittier
14628 East Jefferson and Manistique
1406 North Woodward, Royal Oak


Box 859, Detroit 31, Michigan


Please send me a free copy of "Facts You Should
Know Before You Buy Or Build A Home"








21 - TH E DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, Sept. 1 3, 1963

God's Creations:
Dark Brown Man
His Best-Baked

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan