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November 12, 1965 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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'Thanksgiving for Israel' Dinner Set

Heading the Shaarey Zedek "Thanksgiving for Israel" dinner
committee are (from left) Mandell L. Berman, chairman, Morris
Karbal, Mrs. Davis Benson and Leonard E. Baron, co-chairmen. The
dinner will be held 7 p.m. Nov. 20 in the synagogue social hall. Jan
Peerce, Metropolitan Opera tenor, will be guest artist. Rabbi Morris
Adler will give the Thanksgiving for Israel address, and Israel
Consul General Jacob Barmore will bring official greetings from the
government of Israel. Eric Rosenow and his orchestra will provide
the dinner music. For reservations, call the synagogue, 357-5544.
The affair is on behalf of Israel Bonds.

Shaarey Zedek
to Present Scroll
of Honor to Israel

Cong. Shaarey Zedek will pre-
sent a scroll of honor to the state
of Israel at the Thanksgiving for
Israel Dinner 6:30 p.m. Nov. 20
in the social hall.
In recognition of what the ex-
istence of Israel means to Amer-
ican and world Jewry, the scroll
will be presented to Israel Consul
General Jacob Barmore, who will,
in turn, transmit it to Israel.
The scroll will bear the names
of all those who purchase Israel
Bonds prior to or on the night of
the dinner and will be on display
at Shaarey Zedek before it is sent
to Israel.
Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera
tenor, will be guest artist. Rabbi
Morris Adler will deliver the ad-
dress. Mandell L. Berman is din-
ner chairman.
For reservations, call the syna-
gogue, 357-5544.



how do you say Paradiso?"

"Eden" is undoubtedly the
word that Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
was searching for to describe
the true Italian-style flavor of
this wonderfully rich sauce,

with Mushrooms

Sb good with so many dishes
—spaghetti, macaroni or rice,
for left over meat or fish, for
cheese -and omelets. Made
with flavor-peak tomatoes,
Spices and tender mushrooms,
simmered to perfection for
true Italian taste. Keep plenty
on hand.

AJCongress Protests
Public School Classes I
Held in Synagogue

American Jewish Congress has
charged that two suburban school
districts, both in Nassau County,
were holding public school classes
in religious institutions and called
on State Education Commissioner
James E. Allen to take whatever
action is necessary "to preserve
the principle of separation of
church and state."
According to M u r r ay A.
Gordon, chairman of the AJC's
New York Metropolitan Council,
the practice, in violation of con-
stitutional guarantees of church-
state separation, is being em-
ployed in Freeport and Roosevelt,
two Long Island communities.
In Freeport, he said, the school
board was using and paying for
space in the First Presbyterian
Church. In nearby Roosevelt, he
charged, the school board had con-
tracted for and was using space
in the Jewish Center, a Conserva-
tive synagogue.
In Freeport, he charged, 200
pupils of the first and second
grades were involved, as well as
eight teachers. In Roosevelt, ap-
proximately 110 public school stu-
dents were assigned to classes
being held at the Jewish Center.
In Freeport, he alleged, the
local school board was paying rent
totaling $14,400 for nine months.
In Roosevelt, he stated, the school
board had refused to release any
information showing how much it
was paying the Jewish Center for
use of its space.
* * *

Dr. David Blum, director of
Cong. Bnai Moshe's School of
Adult Study, announces registra-
tion for adult classes will continue
for two more weeks due to a
change in curriculum. All classes
are held at the synagogue Tues-
days, 8:15 and 9:10 p.m. Registra-
tion is open to the public.
A new class combining Hebrew
reading and conversation has been
In the special lecture series Can-
tor Louis Klein will present "The

Genesis of Our Liturgy," including
the historical and geographical
influences and employing illus-
trative tapes and records.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, le-atm
ing on "The Living Bible," will
include an analytical study of
Michener's novel "The Source."
Seymour Kaplan, director of
youth activities, is lecturer on
"Basic Jewish Concepts and Cus-
toms and Ceremonies."
For the reading and writing of
Hebrew, there are two courses
available, elementary and inter-
mediate Hebrew.

The Jewish community of Guate-
mala, Which dates back to the

middle of the 19th Century, today
numbers some 1,200 persons, most
of whom live in Guatemala City.

Federation Congregational Council

At a recent dinner the Jewish Welfare Federation inaugurated

the Congregational Council of the Allied Jewish Campaign. Shown

(from left) are Phillip Stollinan, chairman, Dr. Jacob E. Goldman and
Sidney J. Karbel, co-chairmen.

Quebec to Study Proposal for Better Anti-Bias Laws

requesting the provincial govern-
ment of Quebec to amend its anti-
discrimination legislation by es-
tablishing a human rights code and
a human rights commission for the
prevention of racial, religious and
ethnic discrimination has been
submitted here by a delegation
that included representatives of
the Canadian Jewish Congress.
The brief, in the name of the
United Council for Human Rights,
suggested that the amendement in-
clude one providing that persons
suffering discrimination due to

r a c e, ethnic identification or
religion be compensated for dam-
ages. Also requested was a pro-
vision banning publication of
discriminatory materials.
Paul Gerin-Lajoie, minister of
education for Quebec, told the
petitioners that improvements
could be made in the provincial
law against discrimination and
said that the provincial cabinet
would study the brief.

He is called clever who cheats
and plunders his friend. — French

We ought to
fire that

U.S. Approves Loan to
Jewish Religious School

U.S. Office of Education has ap-
proved a loan of $11,400 to a new
Jewish religious school, the
"Yeshiva of the South," at Memp-
The new institution offers a
comprehensive secondary course,
grades 9 and 10, and has an en-
rollment of 17 students. The loan
will be used to purchase science
equipment and materials. The loan
was made under the National De-
fense Education Act, as amended,
which provides for loans to non-
profit private schools to acquire
special equipment and facilities to
strengthen education in science,
mathematics, modern foreign lan-
guages, history, civics, geography,
English, or reading. The rate of in-
terest is 4 1/4 per cent.

View Vietnam Situation

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON—Three congress-
men of Jewish faith have visited
Vietnam to observe the situation
there in the last three weeks.
They are Reps. Seymour Hal-
pern, Republican, and Lester Wolff
and Joseph Resnick, both Demo-
crats, all of New York.

w171: fag

Bnai Moshe Adds
Hebrew Conversation
to Adult Study School

Friday, November 12, 1965-17

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We always show the Heinz Vegetarian Beans can from the
front—with the official © seal of endorsement of the
Union of ,Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
clearly visible. In the lower right hand corner of the
label! Directly at the side of the keystone! And now along
comes this artistic genius who leaves the e out of
the picture. He says that everybody knows that Heinz
Vegetarian Beans are strictly vegetarian and strictly
kosher. "Why gild the lily?" he says. We'll tell you why, Mr.
Genius! Because, if you do the same thing again, you'll
be looking for a new client. That's why!

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