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December 27, 1963 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Moshe Sharett Aids Allied Jewish
Campaign and Zionist Cause, Visits
Hillel Day School on Brief Visit Here

movements and he deplored the wider participation in Federa-
excess of funds spent on large tions and allied movements. His

building programs. He pleaded
for "relative values, some scale
by which to measure them," and
while commending the syna-
gogues and asserting that they
play a great role and that with-
out them Jewish existence
would be inconceivable, he said
there is "a degree of ostenta-
tion, of wealth invested in build-
ing programs."
He was critical of Zionists
who do not take part in over-all
community programs and urged

major plea was for constant re-

view of the Zionist position by

Zionist parties, and he urged
them, through the Zionist Coun-
cil, to consult one another and
constantly to review the issues
that face the movement.
Rabbi Leon Fram, as presi-
dent of the Zionist Council, pre-
sided at the breakfast.

Moshe Sharett, distinguished ..children and he showed off his sciousness or it will get more
and more shallow," since the
world Jewish leader; presently Tamar.
In the next class he gave the inheritance that previously
chairman of the Jewish Agency
for Israel, former, Prime Minis- names of all of his seven grand- came from immigrant forces
ter and Foreign Minister of Is- children, and the youngsters now is over and the community
rael, was in Detroit in a triple were delighted to hear him now finds itself "under the im-
capacity Dec. 19-20—to assist in speak so proudly about the Is- pact of outside forces."
the fund-raising efforts of De- raeli children.
"Unless a supeme effort is
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troit's major philanthropic
All of these deliberations made to stem the new tide and
or
cause, the Allied Jewish Cam- were in Hebrew.
to assert the Jewish individual-
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portant world Jewish fund, the
At the assembly of the entire tic about the future," he stated.
We wish to congratulate our
United Jewish Appeal; to con- Hillel Day School, upon the
He pointed to the necessity
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and to give encouragement to hour visit at the school that is positive action, and he added
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In each instance, he made tary asked the children to bring
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new friends here, won the af-
impact," he stated, "no rival has
fections of the community and Moshe Sharett and to tell them arisen to Zionism in depth of its
left an indelible mark with the how grateful he is that they impact to become the prevalent
warmth with which he ap- have sent them to such a fine mood in Jewish life." While the
proached each of the tasks he school.
Zionist aim at creating Jewish
Addressing the 165 Hillel pu- Statehood has been achieved, he
tackled.
in Hebrew—Sharett in- declared that there still is need
Sharett addressed a group of pils—all
them to visit him in Is- for "constant vigilance" to pro-
Allied Jewish Campaign leaders vited
and just to say "I am Issa- tect Israel. He emphasized that
Thursday night at the home of rael
char
David or Tamar or Mir- "Zionism is a living faith, a call
Al Taubman, and the response iam .. or . from
the Hillel School to action, not a dogma."
was spontaneous and generous. in Detroit" and
he'd be delight-
Sharett urged consultations by
At a breakfast meeting the ed to be their host.
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following morning, he met at
Upon his departure, Shar-
the Jewish Center with repre- ett said he was impressed achievements of the common
sentatives of all Zionist parties "with the firm grasp of the goal and for cooperative action
attracting the youth, in ed-
here under the sponsorship of facts and the language" —in
ucating them Zionistically, in
the Detroit Zionist Council.
shown by the very young
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From the breakfast, he was children in the Hillel School. as a school of thought.
taken to the Hillel Day School He said that what he had wit-
He took a strong stand in
and there was a mutual ex- nessed was unusual as an
favor of the Day School
achievement
among
the
func-
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change of warm feelings be-
movement and said that while
tween him and the young chil- tioning Day * Schools.
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In his address to • the Zionist Zionist organizations are
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In the upper photo, Moshe Sharett shows his delight at the

answers he received from young Hillel Day School pupils while

he was conducting their class as "guest teacher."
In the lower photo, the former Israel Prime Minister indi-
cates his interest in the accomplishments of the Hillel Schools
while he is being shown some of the school's records by Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal, former president of the school (left), and Rabbi
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