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March 27, 1964 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-27

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Eisendrath Due
at Beth El Service


Temple Beth El will observe
the 25th Anniversary or Irving
I. Katz as its executive secretary
at a service of tribute on Fri-
d a y evening,
April 10. The
address will be
delivered by
Rabbi Maurice
N. Eisendrath,
president of
t h e Union of
American He-
brew Congre-
gations. Frank
J. Adler, pres-
ident of the
National Asso-
ciation of Tem-
p 1 e Adminis-
trators and ex-
ecutive direc-
tor of Temple
Rabbi EisendrathBnai Jehudah
in Kansas City, will present Katz
with a Certificate of Fellow in
Temple Administration and also
will make a presentation to Katz
in recognition of his contribu-
tions to the National Associa-
tion of Temple Administrators
which he founded in 1941. A re-
ception will follow the services
in the Franklin Social Hall. The
community is invited.

Eban Praised for Aid
to United Jewish Appeal

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel's
Deputy Prime Minister Abba S.
Eban was hailed here by Joseph
E. Meyerhoff, general chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal,
for having given a "magnificent
impetus" to this year's UJA cam-
paign for $105 million.
Eban, who returned to Israel,
said prior to his departure that
he was most impressed on his
visit to the United States and
Canada by the rise of young
leadership in the Jewish com-
munities on the North American

N. Y. State Assembly
Approves Statewide
Fair Sabbath Bill
New York State Assembly ap-
proved a statewide Fair Sabbath
bill which would give limited
exemption to merchants to do
business on Sunday.
The New York Legislature
enacted a bill last year giving
New York City authority to ex-
empt Seventh-day Sabbath ob-
servers from the Sunday closing
law. The bill approved today by
the Assembly would apply to
family-owned and operated
businesses throughout N e w
York state.

Book Has Budget Tips
for Tourists to Israel

With the number of tourists
to Israel increasing by leaps
and bounds, greater interest
has been generated in visits
to Israel on a modest budget.
The number of tourists
reached 218,459 in 1963, an in-
crease of 18.9 per cent over
1962, according to the latest
report from Jerusalem. In De-
cember, 13,920 visitors arrived
in Israel, compared to 10,950
in December, 1962.)
The new book, "Israel on $5
a Day" (Jewish News, March 6)
presents such tips for economy-
minded travelers. For reduc-
tions on quantity purchases,
write Arthur Frommer, Inc.,
80 Fourth Ave., NC 3.

Yeshiva U. Receives
Gulf Education Grant
Yeshiva University has been
awarded an unrestricted grant
from the Gulf Oil Corporation
to advance its educational pro-
The $1,611 allocation is one
of 692 awards which Gulf is
distributing this year to colleges
and universities under its Aid
to Education Program,

Anti-Semitism Seen
Fading as Leaders
Change Attitudes

"America IS different" says
Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg, rabbi
of Toronto's Beth Tzedec Syna-
gogue, who analyzes how and
why in his latest book "America
Is Different, The Search for
Jewish Identity," published by
Nelson & Sons (18 E. 41st,
N.Y. 12).
In locating the Jewish com-
munity on the spiritual and cul-
tural map of the United States.
Dr. Rosenberg points out that
it is among the religious groups
themselves that Americans dis-
criminate most. He notes that
religious pluralism, often re-
garded as the great American
aspiration, is often a source
of interreligious hostility !
Protestants still regard
America as "their" country. For
Jews, this situation is most
ironic. As they shed their older
status as just another ethnic
or cultural group absorbed into
America and begin to emerge as
a religious community, they find
themselves in direct competition
with the members of the other
two religions of America. Fears
arise among Protestants and
Catholics that they are threat-
ened by the existence of a third
The author sees a growing
conviction on the part of respon-
sible and intellectually oriented
churchmen, that the historic mis-
sion of Christianity to the Jews
should be abandoned. This is
another way of saying that
religiously, not only politically,
Jews are equal—because Juda-
ism is equal too!

Passover in the
Zohar: Rejoicing
Brims Rejoicing

(Standard Feature Syndicate)

Cup of Elijah

Someone's Recipe Was Scrambled

Overheard in a neighborhood fish market by Mrs. Israel
Levenstein, 19178 San Juan:
"My gefilte fish isn't hard because I use fewer egg whites.
They harden the fish, you know."
"Oh, no, you're wrong. Egg yolks harden the fish. I know,
because my husband's doctor told him not to eat egg yolks or
he'll get hardening of the arteries."

Daily Newspaper Charges Arab With Inciting
Anti-Jewish Feeling in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — A CArgentina had provoked a
Argentine daily news- "great impact" in all newspap-
paper, El Siglo, denounced an I ers and news agencies. The daily
Arab League agent, Hussein reported that Argentine Foreign
Triki,- and charged that he was Ministry sources indicated the
working closely with key anti- ministry was worried about the
Semitic and nationalist groups Arab League representative's
in the country. activities.
At the same time, the DATA,
central representative body of
An American newsman was
Argentine Jewry, sent a letter
to Interior Minister Juan Pal- having a discussion with a Rus-
mero, charging Triki with using sian counterpart.
"As I understand it," the
the canards of the notorious
Cup of Euijah, silver, 1819. Protocols of the Elders of Zion American said, "the basic idea
The Messiah, son of David in his anti-Jewish campaign in of communism is to divide ev-
erything you have with your
riding on . a donkey, . pre- Argentina.
ceeded by the phophet Elijah,
The letter also declared that neighbor."
"Not quite," corrected the
blowing the ramshorn; King Arab League agents were seek-
David with harp entering ing to coni ,ert Argentina into Red reporter. "The basic idea
Jerusalem. "Inscription on "a battlefield for Middle East of communism is to make your
base; the blessing over wine." problems and trying to impose neighbor divide everything with
* * *
the Arab League boycott on Ar- you."
gentine firms."
(Standard Feature Syndicate)
El Siglo asserted that recent
A characteristic feature of the statements made by Triki in
festive Seder table are the wine reply to charges that he spon-
cups of glass or silver for -the
drinking of the obligatory four
cups during the meal. A special
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And the people took their
dough before it was leavened.
On the strength of this is
founded the precept that all
leaven should be burned on the
Passover eve. "Leaven" and
"unleaven" symbolize the evil
and the good inclinations in
It is obligatory for every
Jew to relate the story of the
Exodus, on Passover night. He
who does so fervently and joy-
ously, is worthy to rejoice in
the Shekinah in the world to
come. for rejoicing brings forth
rejoicing; and Israel's joy causes
the Holy One Himself to be
glad, so that He calls together
His family above and says unto
them, "Come ye and harken
unto the praises My children
bring unto Me! Behold how
they rejoice in My redemption!"
Then all the angels gather
round and watch Israel, how she
sings and rejoices because her
Lord's own Redemption—and
seeing the rejoicing below, the
angels break into jubilation be-
cause the Holy One has on
earth a people so holy, whose
joy in the Redemption of their
Lord is so great and powerful.
For all the terrestrial rejoic-
ing increases the power of the
Lord and His host in the re-
gions above, just as an earthly
king gains strength from the Isolated American Jews
praises of his subjects, the With Peace Corps in Asia and
fame of his glory thus spread Africa to Observe Passover
throughout the world.
American Jews serving with
the Peace Corps in Pakistan,
Memory of Jews, Non-Jews
Liberia and Ethiopia and with
Massacred By Nazis In
State Department missions in
Rome Observed By City
Thailand, Vietnam and India
ROME, (JTA)—The memory will observe Passover thousands
of 332 men and boys, Jewish of miles from an organized
and non-Jewsh, who were mas- Jewish community because of
sacred by the Nazis in the Ard- arrangements made by the Na-
eatinte Caves was commemorat- tional Jewish Welfare Board.
Jewish chaplains will offici-
ed in solemn ceremonies spon-
sored by city and national gov- ate at Passover services in Viet-
ernment officials on the 20th nam, Korea, the Philippines.
anniversary of the atrocity. In Japan, Okinawa, France, Tur-
the presence of President Segni key, Alaska, Canal Zone, Great
and key Italian officils, Premier Britain and Hawaii. Jewish GIs
Aldo Moro gave the commem- trained by the chaplains will
orative address. Chief Rabbi preside at Passover festivities
Elio Toaff of Rome recited Kad- in Guantanamo Bay, Greenland,
dish in memory of the victims.. Spain, Greece and North Africa.



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