Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 30
Truman Dedicates Plaque Honoring Eddie Jacobson
activities in Society
"Build a Bridge to Peace" is the theme of the Detroit League
of Women Voters Disarmament Conference being held today at
Rackham Educational Memorial Building. Chairmen and recorders
of the discussion groups include Mesdames Isidore Sobeloff, Maier
Gittlen, Grant Chave, Arthur Yabroff, Harold Rothbart, Richard
Mandel, Robert A. Braun, George Gantz, Seth Golen, Edward Gee-
son Charles Diggs, Jr., William L. Summers, Leo J. Lynch, Ernest
0. Mobbs, James Colling, Malcolm J. Tear and T. J. Murray.
Cong. Beth Shalom, newly affiliated with the United Syna-
gogue of America, was represented in the Golden Jubilee Con-
vention at the Concord Hotel in New York this week by Rabbi
and Mrs. Mordecai S. Halpern, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Rosenblum, Mr. and Mrs. Asher Tilchin and
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Tarnoff.
Knesset Rejects Move Against Zim Lines
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Is- tests from Orthodox elements
rael's parliament rejected a in Israel and other countries.
motion by the Orthodox Agudat
Israel party opposing the de-
Make all you can, save all
cision of Zim Lines to have you can, give all you can.
Former President Harry S. Truman, far left, presents to. Kansas City, Mo., Jewish
kitchen on its new liner, the
Community Center, an affiliate of National Jewish Welfare Board, a plaque honoring
memory of his one-time haberdashery partner, Eddie Jacobson. The plaque is en-
shrined in the lobby of the Center as a gift of the Eddie Jacobson Memorial Founda-
The motion obtained the sup-
tion of which Truman is honorary chairman. From left in photo: Truman, Louis A.
port of the Poale Agudat Is- •
Cumonow, JCC vice-president; Mrs. Eddie Jacobson; Hyman Brand, JCC honorary
rael and some members of He- •
vice-president and chairman memorial plague committee; Sol S. Margolin, JCC
rut, the Liberal party and the •
executive director; Earl J. Trani'', chairman, JCC building trustee, and A. D.
National Religious party. How- •
Jacobson, Jacobson's brother.
ever, Transport Minister Israel •
Bar-Yehuda said the govern-
ment did not consider the mat-
Error in Ad About ter a political question which : His Continental Orchestra •
Wearing of Tefillin Mandell-Lynn
had to be decided at the Cabinet
Tefillin are not worn during
and that it had left the •
the daily week-day afternoon Troth Announced
In the advertisement in last level
decision to Zim, which had
prayer service (Minchah) as
week's issue—"The Wry Humor promised that one kitchen
they are worn during the morn-
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of Sholem Aleichem"—there would be kosher. The decision •
ing Shacharith service.
was an error.
has caused widespread pro-
Tw, main reasons are offered.
It stated that Sholem Alei-
First, it is maintained that since
chem was the author of "Bon
the Tefillin require a purely
the Schweig." This short story
WHAT EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD KNOW
clean body (ritually speaking)
was written by I. L. Peretz.
it is very difficult under to-
about the Ritualarium
day's living conditions for a
Soviet Envoy In London
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man not to have impurified
Refuses to Receive
himself during his daily routine.
For Information About the New Modern Mikvah
In the morning, upon arising,
LONDON, (JTA) — Sir Bar-
h o w e v e r, he purifies and
nett Janner, president of the
cleanses himself so that he can
of Deputies of British
be in a state of ritual purity
Jews, reported to the organiza-
at least in the beginning of the
tion that all efforts to meet
"Buy With Confidence." .
day before he goes out to his
with the Soviet Ambassador to
daily business. Also; it is
London to discuss the situation
claimed that sometimes the
of Jews in the USSR, "have
Minchah service is held or
proved unsuccessful." He said
chanted after the beginning of
MISS SUSAN MANDELL
efforts centered on a proposed
sunset and Tefillin are not to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mandell
be worn after sunset—thus at
FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M.
all Minchah services the Tefillin of San Juan Dr., announce the have included Chief Rabbi Is-
were eliminated. Furthermore, engagement of their daughter, rael Brodie. The Jewish commu-
some claim that to require Tefil- Susan Ruth, to Kenneth H. nity here, he stated, "continues
lin in the afternoon service, Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin to be gravely disturbed about
the present position of Soviet
We Make Our Own Glasses
would make it necessary for a B. Lynn of Steel Ave.
Miss Mandell is a graduate of Jewry."
man to go home to get his
Sir Barnett hailed the pro-
Tefillin in the afternoon—and the University of Michigan, Col-
this is most difficult if a man's lege of Education. Her fiance posed document on the Catholic
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
occupatior carries him far away is a graduate of Wayne State attitude to the Jewish people,
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
from home. Apparently, in University, College of Law.. The as "a momentous and highly
olden times, when men could couple plans a June 21 wed- significant statement."
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
retain a state of purity through- ding.
Aid Society to Hear
out the day, when they could
offer the service early, and One of Few Jewish
Rabbi Leo Goldman
• Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
when they were never too far Officials In Algeria
from home during business
Society will meet 8:30 p.m.
ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE
hours, the Tefillin were worn
PARIS, (JTA) — One of the Monday at Cong. Beth Yehudah,
during the Minchah Service. It few remaining Jews still serv- 17556 Wyoming. Rabbi Leo
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
is interestin to note that on ing in an official post in Al- Goldman will be guest speaker.
OAK PARK, MICH.
Tisha b'Ab, when the Tefillin geria, Robert Levy, has been Friends are invited, according
Hours: Doily and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
are not put on in the course dismissed from his position, it to President H. Rocklin.
Thursdays to 9 p.m.
of the morning service they are was reported from Algiers.
put on for the afternoon serv-
The Algerian Ministry for
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ice, since one should not spend Tourism dismissed Levy with- Institute to Present
any day (except a Sabbath or out explanation from his post as Panel on Negro, Jew
major festival) without putting director of Local Handicraft In-
A symposium on "The Negro
on Tefillin. Once he has already dustry. An Algerian Moslem has and The Jew" will be featured
worn them during the morning been named to replace him. at an Oneg Shabbat of the Sho-
service, he has discharged his Levy, a French national, was lem Aleichem Institute 9 p.m.
obligation and may remove them one of the few in policy posts. Nov. 29. Guest panelist will be
for the rest of the day wherever Others are working as "tech- Dr. James Boyce of the faculty
he is in a situation which nical experts with no say in ad- of Wayne State University's
would prove to be difficult for ministrative matters.
him should he have to put them
Jewish organizations in Paris
estimated at 4,000 the number Blaustein Received
of Jews still in Algeria, 3,000 by President Shazar
Radomer Games Party of them living in Algiers, 700 JERUSALEM (JTA) — Jacob
in Oran and the rest in smaller
Radomer Aid and Ladies Soc- centers. It is expected that by Blaustein, honorary president of
iety will hold a games party the middle of 1964, all the re- the American Jewish Committee,
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work- maining Jews will have left was received by President Zal-
DON'T FUSS — DON'T CUSS — CALL US
man Shazar. He also conferred
Refreshments and prizes will
and other officials.
be featured. Friends are asked Branch 7 of Labor
to attend. Hostesses are Mrs.
Jelinek Concert Is
Marsha Simkowitz, Mary Lum- Zionists to Meet
berg and Minnie Leshman. For
Branch Seven, Labor Zionist Postponed at Center
information, c a 11 Mrs. Sim- Organization, will hold an eve- Due to the recent fire in the
kowitz, UN 3-9665. Proceeds go ning meeting Sunday in the Aaron DeRoy Theater of the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jewish Center, the Center Sym-
Faigin, 19145 Coyle. A business phony Orchestra concert sched-
Drive carefully—lost time can meeting will be followed with uled for Tuesday evening, with
sometimes be made up, but refreshments and a social hour. Jerome Jelinek as soloist, has
For information, call VE 6-6318. been postponed to Jan. 7.
death is always permanent.
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