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February 28, 1964 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-28

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Friday, February 28, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH N EWS- 32

• •
Flmt Physician Saul Gorne Named
Chairman of Local UJA Campaign

Flint physician Dr. Paul S. their committees. He is on the
Gorne, has been named general staffs of Hurley, McLaren, and
chairman of the 1964 Flint St. Joseph hospitals.
United Jewish Appeal, it was
In 1963, Dr. Gorne was
announced by Gilbert Y. Ru- honored by the national UJA
benstein, president of the Flint for 25 years of service. He
Jewish Community Council.
visited Israel in summer 1963.
Dr. Gorne previously headed Dr. Gorne is married and has
the drive in 1951 and 1959. In three daughters.
In accepting the chairman-
1963, he was chairman of the
I ship, Dr. Gorne said that funds
initial gifts division.
Gorne, vice president of raised here will help meet costs
Temple Beth El, is a past of continued immigration into
president of the Flint Jewish Israel and other countries, and
Community Council. He is a to maintain urgent welfare pro-
past vice president ' of Flint grams in Flint and nationally
Lodge, Bnai Brith, and is
associated with the American $100,000 Building Gift
Jewish Congress and Bran-
deis University. He also is George Friedland, an associate
affiliated with Cong. Beth chairman of the Federation of
Israel. He has been active in Jewish Agencies Building Fund
the special division of Red here, has made an undesignated
Feather for many years. ! contribution of $100,000 to the
A member of the Genesee j fund, it was announced by Kevy
County Medical Society, Dr. K. Kaiserman, chairman of the
Gorne has chaired a number of I special, $15,360,000 drive.

AK Religious Services Section Leadetrs

Shown at a meeting of the religious services section of the professional division of the
1964 Allied Jewish Campaign are, left to right: standing, Irving I. Katz, Temple Beth El;

Isadore J. Goldstein, United Hebrew Schools; Nathan Welch, Bnai Moshe; Cantor Jacob Son-
enklar, Shaarey Zedak; Cantor Nickolas Fenakel, Adas Shalom; Joseph Rosen, United Hebrew
Schools; Louis Haber, Adas Shalom; Frank Simons, Temple Israel; seated, Rabbi Emanuel
Applebaum, Hillel Day Schools; Rabbi Harold H. Hahn, Temple Beth El; Rabbi Hayim Donin,
Bnai David, chairman of the synagogues and schools section, and Rabbi Robert M. Syme,
Temple Israel.

Windsor to Open Welfare Fund Campaign 1 Reception Committee Will Honor
in March; S125,000 Goal Is Announced Abba Eban; Speaks Here at Two

The' Windsor Jewish Com- Berniker, chairman, and Mrs. paigners will strive "to have
munity will open its 1964 Wel- Maxwell Schott, Women's Divi- every member of the Jewish
fare Fund Campaign in March, I sion chairman. Goal is $125,000. community a contributor." Last
under the leadership of Abe I
According to Berniker, cam- year's goal was $110,000.
Berniker, a vice president
of the Canadian Auto Parts
Manufacturing Association, is
third vice president of the
Windsor Jewish Community
Council and chairman of the
Yiddish Culture Committee. A
1961 delegate to the World
Zionist Congress in Israel,
Berniker is active in causes
for Israel.
Mrs. Schott, a member of the
executive committee of the
Windsor Jewish Community
Council, is also a vice chairman
of the League of Jewish Women.
She is a member of Shaar Ha-
shomayim Sisterhood, Lillian
Freiman Chapter of Hadassah,
a past president of Bnai Brith
Women Chapter 80, a charter
member and past president of
the Windsor Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Club and a
member of the steering com-
mittee of the Friendship Club
of the Jewish Center.
(Copyright, 1964, Jewish
worked closely with Cardinal
An active participant in the
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Bea. He emphasized that he was
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rich- speaking "not as a commentator campaign is the League of Jew-
ard Cardinal Cushing. Arch- or bystander" but as a Catholic ish Women, under the chair-
manship of Eva Wayne.
bishop of Boston and a leading Bishop.
liberal Catholic prelate. express-
He cited the fact that the pro-
ed confidence that the Catholic
Hebrew Corner
Church would "eventually" posed schema would absolve
adopt the declaration on Cath-
Abba Eban, Deputy
olic-Jewish relations by-passed , Jesus and that "preachers and
at the last session of the Ecu-
hierarchy would be warned.
The name Aba Eban is not a new
menical Council.
"against anything in their teach- one for the Israeli public. Mr. Eban
He coupled his prediction ing that could offer a basis for was Israel's representative in the
U.. N. for over ten years.
with a call for immediate closer anti-Semitism." He added:
When he went out there, in 1947,
did not yet have a Hebrew name.
relationships between Catholics
"The whole world is eager he
was called Aubry Eban. The
and Jews. The schema which for a statement such as this, as State
of Israel did not exist yet,
the Council session did not treat well as for the one on freedom then, and he was a member of the
of the Jewish
rejects Jewish responsibility for of conscience. The voice of the Agency." Delegation
Within a short time Mr.
the crucifixion of Jesus, and Church on religious liberty and Eban became our most important
warns Catholic against anti- our relations to the Jewish peo- representative
In the Organisation of the U. N.
Jewish sentiments and activities ple is awaited in universities,. each State has, theoretically, equal
but there, too, there are
stemming from the ancient in national and international rights,
States who are "more equal." Mr.
Christian charge of deicide.
he spoke in the name
organizations, in Christian and of a small State—won
honour and
The Cardinal made his non-Christian communities, in esteem in the whole world.
of time,
statement as the 'principal the press and elsewhere, and it and in the life of the State of
speaker at the annual Broth- is being awaited with urgent the last ten years have been a dra-
period, as well. In this period
erhood Week luncheon, con- expectancy. I am convinced we matic
the U. N. have convened on problems
ducted by the Manhattan re- shall not be disappointed."
such as the return of the Arab
refugees, the battles on the frontier,
gion of the National Confer-
He expressed "great per-
the matter of the Egyptian blockade
ence of Christians and Jews,
sonal regret" that the last ses-
in the Suez canal and the Sinai cam-
It was Mr. Eban who explained
and attended by more than
sion of the Council did not paign.
Israel's standpoint to the Nations.
1,000 guests. Leaders of the
act on the statement and he
In his parents' home in Cape-town
in South Africa he learned Hebrew
Protestant, Jewish and Greek
urged that there be no wait- and
in Cambridge University learned
Orthodox faith were among
ing for the Council to speak
Persian and Arabic. During the sec-
ond World War he served in Eretz-
the honored personages on
officially "before we under-
Yisrael as an officer in the British
the dais and among the offi-
take the dialogue and theo-
Army, and after the war he under-
took important tasks in the Jewish
cial participants, in addition
logical confrontation encour-
to many leading Catholics.
aged in this chapter."
A few years ago Mr. Eban returned
Israel and was elected the Presi-
Most of the Cardinal's ad-
He suggested that the failure to
dent of the Weiznian Institute of
dress dealt with the schema on of the Council to take up the Science. After the elections for the
religious liberties and Catholic- chapter was not a rejection and fourth Knesset he entered the Gov-
as the Minister of Education
Jewish relations introduced at that "the delay could be use- ernment
and Culture.
A short time ago Mr. Eban was
the Vatican Council by Augustin ful."
appointed the Deputy Prime-Minister.
Cardinal Bea, head of the Sec-
He said "we live in an atmo- The citizens of Israel hope that Mr.
retariat for the Promotion of sphere that is new and good. Aba Eban—who succeeded as a poli-
ticia ►
the U. N.—will also succeed
Christian Unity. Cardinal Cush- We have a sense among Chris- in the in
new responsible role.
Translation of Hebrew column.
ing, one of the prelates at the tians, and between Christians
Published by the Brith Ivrith Ola-
Ecumenical Council said he had and Jews, of common heritage." mith,

Ecumenical Statement Adoption
Foreseen by Cardinal Cushing

AJC Divisions' Dinner on March 10

Abba S. Eban, deputy prime committee for Mr. Eban are:
minister of Israel, who will
Max M. Fisher, president, Jewish
Welfare Federation; Charles H.
address the Allied Jewish Gershenson,
campaign chairman;
Campaign mechanical trades Messrs. and Mesdames A. Arnold
Mandell L.
and real estate divisions din- Berman, Harold Allen,
Berry, N. Brewster
ner, will be honored at a cock- Broder, Morris H. Brown, Alfred
Deutsch, Sol Eisenberg, Eugene
tail hour and reception preced- L.
J. Epstein, Aubrey H. Ettenheimer,
ing the dinner Tuesday evening, Joseph D. Feldman, Edward I.
Harold L. Frank, Kaye
March 10. announce Division Fleischman,
G. Frank. Fred M. Ginsberg, Leon-
Chairman Eu- ard Goodman, Abe Green, Irwin
Lewis S. Grossman, Louis
gene J. Ep- Green,
Hamburger, Samuel Hamburger,
Samuel Hechtman,
stein and Au-
Joseph Holtzman, Arthur Howard,
brey H. Etten- Maxwell Jospey, Joseph Kaufman,
Kasle, Melvin Kolbert, Jack
heimer. T h e Robert
0. Lefton, Edward C. Levy, Mal-
reception will colm S. Lowenstein, Milton K.
Graham A. Orley, Joseph
begin at 6 Mahler,
H. Orley, David Pollack, Irving
p.m., in the Rose, Leslie Rose, Melvin B. Ros-
enhaus. Saul J. Rubin, Irving Selig-
i Statler - Hilton man,
George D. Seyburn, Bert L.
Announce- Smokier, Nathan D. Soberman,
Abraham Srere, Max Stollman, A.
ment that Alfred Taubman, James Wineman,
George M. Zeltzer; also Louis Berry,
Abba Eban Martin
E. Citrin, Mrs. M. M.
would address Fisher. Mrs. C. H. Gershenson.
Milton M. Howard and Phillip Stoll-
the dinner drew enthusiastic ma
from campaign lead
ers. Members of the reception


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