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October 22, 1965 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

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Goldoftas Will Address Farband in Lecture Series

Speakers, Participating Organizations
Listed for Annual Book Fair, Nov. 13-21

Speakers for the 14th annual will lecture to Sunday school class
Jewish Book Fair, to be held at groups, at the Fair.
the Jewish Center Nov. 13-21, in-
Concluding the Fair on Nov. 21
clude Leo Schwarz, author of "The will be an educators' conference
Jewish Caravan," who will speak sponsored by Hadassah.
on "The Jewish Image in American
Albert Elazar, director of the
Fiction," on Nov. 13.
United Hebrew Schools, and his
On Nov. 11, the American Jew-
ish Congress will present Ben Hal-
pern, associate professor of Near
Eastern and Judaic Studies at
Brandeis University, who will dis-
cuss "Two Jews—Three Opinions:
A statement circulated to Jewish
What Common Values for Jews
Community Council-affiliated
Around the World?".
pointed out the risk
Abraham I. Katsh of New York organizations
in the possibility of a
University will speak Nov. 15, inherent
"polarized" vote in the current
at the invitation of the Jewish Detroit Common Council campaign.
National Fund. On Nov. 16, the
Signed by Dr. Samuel Krohn,
National Council of Jewish
Women will present Manheim Council president, and Walter
Shapiro, who will speak on "The Klein, executive director, the
statement urged voter considera-
Jew in a Complex Society."
tion of "qualified candidates of
The Bnai Brith Men and Worn- both races" and cautioned against
en's Detroit Metropolitan Council a voting result which would reflect
will present Rabbi Morris Adler opposition to or support of candi-
Nov. 17, on the subject "Jewish dates based on their race.
Heritage."
Such a result, the Council de-
On Nov. 18, the speaker will be
Mrs. S. Gershon Levi, educator and clared, would support the "hopes
and contentions of the racial ex-
author.
tremists."
"Emerging Political Involvement
The Council statement was pre-
of Jews in the American Demo- sented
at the opening delegate as-
cratic Process" will be the topic sembly of the Jewish Community
explored in an American Jewish Council and subsequently released
Committee lecture on Nov. 18. to all of Detroit's Jewish organiza-
The same day, Pioneer Women tional leaders.
will present Emanuel Mark, lec-
A "Resolution on Equal Oppor-
turing at the Center.
tunities," recommended by the
The Book Fair's Yiddish- executive committee, was pre-
Hebrew Committee will present sented at the delegate assembly as
the noted Israeli writer, Chaim
"a re-statement and an up-dating"
Grade, Nov. 20, at "An Evening
of traditional Council positions in
of I. L. Peretz."
the field of civil rights.
Also on Nov. 20, the Jewish
Dr. Krohn stated that "the out-
Historical Society's speaker will lawing of discrimination, although
discuss "History of the Jewish absolutely necessary as a first
Welfare Federation of Detroit." step, does_ not automatically give
Nov. 14 and 21, Detroiter Miriam meaning to the principle of equal
Selker Dodek, author of "River of opportunity."
Wonders—Stories of the Nile,"
The Council resolution declares
that the current struggle of the
American Negro has highlighed
issues which go far beyond the
goal of "Negro rights." According
to the Council, the struggle has

two sons, Daniel and David, will
discuss "The Jews — 1965" and
"The American Jewish Community
—Jeopardy or Continuity?" at a
Book Fair preview presentation
at the Center, Nov. 9.
(See story, Women's Page)

Jewish Community Council Warns
Against Casting Vote on Basis of Race

7

proved 'to be a prelude to a
sober and searching analysis of
many other social inequities
one which has led to an awakening
of America's consciousness of the
dignity and human rights to which
all people aspire."
The Council resolution urged
support of legislative and civil
efforts designed to broaden and
guarantee the fulfillment of neces-
sary social goals in such areas as
housing, education and employ-
ment. As ways of achieving this,
the Council stressed the im-
portance of dealing only with
places of business, including pub-
lic accommodations, which follow
a policy of nondiscrimination in
employment and in service. All
available resources must be used
"promptly and effectively," to
speed the `normalization" of
Negroes and other deprived and
excluded people in the mainstream
of American society, the Council
stated.

Movsas Goldoftas, director of
the Hayim. Greenberg Shule, will
open the Farband
lecture season
with a talk on
"The Tragedy of
a Great Jewish
Leader" 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the
Labor Zionist
Institute.
Benjamin Nai-
mark, vice chair
man of Branch
114, said t h e
chairman of the
branch and his
wife, Mr. and Goldoftas

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MISS SHARON FEINGOLD
At a recent cocktail party, the
engagement of Sharon Lee Fein-
gold and Gerald L. Holinstat was
announced by the bride-elect's par-
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Proposes Emotional Education
Courses in Our Public Schools
Editor. The Jewish News:
I fully agree with your statement
in the Oct. 15 issue of The
Detroit Jewish News that ".
one wonders whether we will ever
be able to legislate against hate.
How can any investigation force
the Dragon (KKK) or any one else
to stop hating?"
As a teacher in a high school I
continually encounter individuals
whose religion is hatred and whose
god is prejudice. Though I feel
sorry and contempt for them, and
see no remedy that would rid them
of their emotional sickness, I do
think that something can be done
about this grave problem.
I propose that required mental
and emotional education courses
on an organized and systematic
basis be established in the kinder-
garten and continued each semester
on an advanced level in each grade
throughout the child's years in the
elementary and secondary schools.
Human relations clubs, one a year
"brotherhood weeks," and oc-
casion mention in textbooks of
minority contributions — are all
for the birds. The child must be
imbued with a sense of justice and
respect for all people while his
mind is still healthy and respon-
sive.
Respectfully
ALLEN A. WARSEN
2174 Parkiawn

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The public is invited.

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Phyllis to Joel Nitzkin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Nitzkin of Berk-
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she was affiliated with Delta Phi
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will hold its Post Simhat Torah
dance and installation of officers
9 p.m. Oct. 30 at Beth Aaron Syn-
agogue. Cantor Anton A. Rosenfeld
will be installed as president.
Others officers are Alex Joseph
and Alex Friedman, vice presi-
dents; Joe Stern, treasurer; Olga
Fekete, secretary; and board mem-
bers Zoltan Beer, Sandor Green-
field, Sandor Korda, Adolph Lebo-
wits, Adolph Roth and ex-officio
Hugo Itzkovits and Michael Bardi.
The group, with its philan-
thropic, social and educational ac-
tivities, meets at Cong. Gemiluth
Chassodim every second Saturday
GEORGE MEANY, president of 1 at 8:30 p.m.
the AFL-CIO, will be the featured
speaker at the Jewish Labor Com- Psychiatrist to Speak
mittee's 30th anniversary national
The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Cong.
convention in Washington this Bnai Moshe will hear Dr. F. Lipo-
weekend.
vitch, psychiatrist at Receiving
8:30 p.m. Monday at the *
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Hospital,
synagoue. Topic will be "Psychi-
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