Teacher-Training School Dedicated
by JDC for Lubav itcher in France
A new $100,000 building to
house the Lubavitcher Beth Rivkah
Teacher - Training Seminary for
girls was dedicated in Yerres,
France, it was announced by Moses
A. Leavitt, executive vice-chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee (JDC). Attending the ceremony
was Jewish religious, education
and welfare leaders from France,
Belgium, Switzerland and Great
Major • organizations which
gave funds for the building were
the JDC, Central British Fund
for Jewish Relief and Rehabili-
tation and the French govern-
ment's Social Action Fund. The
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany also
provided funds for the new
Speaking on behalf of the JDC.
which allocated $60,000 to the pro-
ject, director general Charles Jor-
dan pointed out that the seminary
is part of a many-sided effort of
the JDC and French Jewish edu-
Church Out to Set Story
of Crucifixion Straight,
Bishop Tells Aussies
SYDNEY, (JTA) — The Catholic
church wants to correct the "bad
history" regarding the Jewish peo-
ple, and the important decree on
Christian-Jewish relations. being
prepared for presentation before the
next session of the Ecumenical
Council, will have far-reaching ef-
fects both within the church and
outside it, a leading Catholic bishop
The statement was made by Bish-
op T. Muldoon, auxiliary bishop to
Cardinal Gilroy. He was opening
speaker at the winter session of
lectures conducted at the Central
Synagogue here .
The church; he said, wants to
point out that the Jewish people is
"in no way to blame for the tragedy
that happened 2,000 years ago."
The reference was to the charge of
deicide which the draft decree be-
fore the Ecumenical Council would
like to call to the mind of the
Catholic people those precious
things which they received from
the hands of the Chosen People
of Israel. The word of God. the
Old Testament came from them."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964
Maxwell Silver's Advice to Retirees Seeking Activities
cational and welfare agencies to
provide the thousands of Jewish
newcomers from Algeria and other
North African countries with vital,
educational, cultural and religious
facilities. The JDC receives its
funds chiefly from the campaigns
of the United Jewish Appeal.
Jordan said that over $3.5 mil-
lion was earmarked in France in
1963 by JDC, the Claims Confer-
ence, the French Jewish commun-
ity and the French government
for Jewish schools and multi-
purpose synagogue-centers, espe-
cially in areas which have newly
developed Jewish communities
and no facilities.
Like his famous brother, the
His advance is, based on a
in finding new careers without
late Abba Hillel Silver, Maxwell
Saying of the Fathers: "Separate
boredom in retirement.
Silver was ordained Rabbi by
not yourself from your com-
Hebrew Union College. He was a
munity." And he draws upon
chaplain in World War I and held Psalm 90: "Teach us to number
Like GIN r ?
a pulpit for a time in Flushing,
our days, that we may get us a
N.Y. But he abandoned the rabbi-
heart of wisdom."
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nate and turned to banking, and he
"Retirement as a New Career"
began a writing career, having is a small book, but it will surely
authored several books.
serve as an inspiration to those
UNITED BRANDS DETROIT • U:S.A.
He has just produced another whom it is addressed as a guide
volume with a timely message.
Vantage Press (120 W. 31st, N.Y.
1) is the publisher of his "Retire-
ment as a New Career."
It is an interesting guide for
retirees who will find in it inspira-
tion for activities, for the chaice
of new pursuits, for satisfaction in
life during an aging period.
Dr. Silver calls his book "a mes-
sage for the old and the young,"
and that gives it special status,
world's finest quality
since it does not deal with the aged
as if they are to be forgotten or
Dealing with it as "a strange
problem," pointing out that "re-
tirement has become compulsory!",
Dr. Silver makes a serious effort
to prevent it from becoming a
nightmare, aid in his guidance to
the aging he states:
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"If the retirement cycle of our
the finest flavor and tenderness.
lives is, or could be made into, as
its title suggests, a new career in
one's life, then it logically follows
that, like every new career, it
must be prepared for during one's
earlier life — and preparation
therein cannot begin too early dur-
ing one's youthful years . . ."
The fears to be avoided in old
age are listed by Dr. Silver, be-
sides death itself, as being the
fear for brevity of life's remaining
cycle and possible mental dis-
abilities, as well as dread of re-
tirement, and in his advice on
overcoming boredom he encourages
new moral adventures for life's
Bursting with Flavor
Dr. Silver, who draws upon
Wilno Kosher Salami
Hebraic lore to inspire his readers,
and Bologna too!
advocates travel, leisure time for
thinkers through reading and an
enjoyment of music, utilization of
opportunities to take college ex-
tension courses, an interest in the
mysteries of the world, participa-
tion in the numerous worthy chari-
table and social causes.
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tender, moist meat
German Group Cancels
Tour by U.S. Historian
Complimentary to Hitler
DUSSELDORF — Prof. David
L. Hoggan, American historian who
in his book "The Enforced War"
makes some complimentary ref-
erences to Hitler, arrived here to
find his German tour in disarray.
The Rhine-Ruhur Club cancelled
the lecture which Hoggan was
scheduled to give at a ceremony
in his honor. He was to have been
given the Leopold von Ranke prize
of historical research, which has
Politicians and newspapers in
Germany and abroad protested
the announcement of the award.
Hoggan received another prize
from the neo-Nazi Society for
the Promotion of Historical Re-
The lecture was cancelled, ac-
cording to the club, to avoid mis-
representation and consequent
damage to Germany's reputation,
but the group said it felt the in-
tent of the planned discussion of
war guilt, meant to be objective,
had been misconstrued and distort-
At a meeting of the Organiza-
tion of Democratic Resistance
fighters, speakers attacked the
"counterfeiting" in Hoggan's book,
and Dr. Jelmuth Kruasnick of the
Munich Institute of Contemporary
Literature said he had discover-
ed in the book a large number of
falsehoods which attempted to
exonerate Hitler's policy.
In a recent survey, thousands of
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reasons for buying U.S. savings
bonds: (1) They are a safe invest-
ment; and (2) they help our
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