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October 13, 1967 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-13

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38—Friday,' October 13, 1967

Named to Board Post

Jewish Frontier Anthology l945-l967: 1
Valuable Addition to Jewish Libraries'

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"Jewish Frontier Anthology 1945-
1967" published by Jewish Frontier
Association (45 E. 17th, NY3) has
the merit of an accumulation of
noteworthy essays reviewing his-
toric events in the crucial 22-year
period and at the same time eval-
uating major Jewish and world
In the three sections dealing
with this country. Israel and Zion-
ism and general and literary sub-
jects, this anthology includes the
writings of a number co - the most
distinguished Jewish personalities.
Hayim Greenberg, Abba Eban,
Marie Syrkin, Maurice Samuel,
Arthur Hertzberg. Abram L. Sachar.
Will Herberg, Robert Gordis, David
Ben-Gurion, S. J. Agnon, A. A.

Ben-Gurion Launches
Sharp Attack on Eshkol

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A strong
attack, unprecedented in its vehem-
ence even during the stormy days
of the split, was made by David
Ben-Gurion against Prime Minister
Eshkol and Mapai. Participants in
the Rafi conference at which Ben-
Gurion delivered his harsh censor-
ious words were astonished when
Ben-Gurion asserted that "in the
near future Rafi will consist of
only one member"—that of him-
self, after his colleagues will have
rejoined Mapai. "I do not want
return"—Ben-Gurion thundered to
the corrupt and anti-democratic
Mapai. Referring to the Prime Min-
ister, Ben-Gurion said: "I have
never believed that this man whose
name is Levi Eshkol Is capable of
uttering falshehoods. How can he
sit in the government and even
serve as prime minister" — Ben-
Gurion exclaimed with sarcasm —
"when the majority of his party
upnder pressure of Gahal and Miz-
rachi vetoed him for the post of
Defense Minister?"
The astonishment of the Assem-
bly reached its climax, when Ben-
Gurion declared "I have no con-
fidence in this government and in

Roback, Golda Meir — these are
among the notables whose writings
reflect upon the spirit of the time
under review.
The late Dr. Hayim Greenberg
was among the great philosophers
in the pre-Israel era of Zionism.
He was a distinguished inter-
preter of Jewish events. His es-
says "Education in the Dia-
spora" .(which commences the en-
tire series in this anthology),
"What Is Happening in Soviet
Jewry," "Lenin" and "Patriot-
ism and Plural Loyalties" en-
hance this work.
Dr. Hertzberg's "America Is
Galut" is among the challenging
essays that will remain guides for
the study of the position of Amer-
ican Jewry for many years to come.
There is the essay by Dr. Gordis,
"The Judaeo-Christian Tradition:
Illusion or Reality" which is mate-
rial for wide discussion in the ecu-
menical age or any other period
in history when the inter-religious
issues are matters for dispute or
There are biographical sketches
—Dr. Sachar's "Justice Brandeis,"
Dr. Greenberg's "Lenin," Marga
rete Sussman's "Franz Kafka," Mil-
ton Hindus' "Ludwig Lewisohn"—
that serve as guides to an under-
standing of people who influenced
historical events.
Scores of other features — for
instance, Miss Syrkin's "Can Min-
orities Oppose `De Facto' Segrega-
tion?" = or Dr. Herzberg's "What
Is JeWish Religion?" — provide
data 'or thought and discussion.
"Jewish Frontier Anthology" is
a valuable collection of essays and
a worthy addition to the Jewish

Monument Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
W 7 Mile
ffice ,
YE 8-9364.
Written an-
troit o 8235
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of 53.50 for an unveiling

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LONDON (JTA)—A pledge that
the British government would do
all it could to discourage maltreat-
ment and discrimination against
Jews in the Arab lands was made
by . Goronwy Roberts, mirister of
state for foreign affairs, to a dele-
gation of the Board of Deputies of
British Jews.

Samuel K. Mirsky,
Jewish Law Expert

BROOKLYN — The Rev. Dr.
Samuel K. Mirsky, internationally
known exponent of Jewish religion
and law, died Oct. 2 at age 68.
Dr. Mirsky was prcressor of rab-
binics and director of the Israel

900 Rabbis Urge U.S. Jews
to Back Zionist Movement

Andre Maurois Dies

Jews in Moslem Lands

s • •

The family of the late Joseph ANNOUNCEMENT CORRECTION
The JewiSh News regrets the
Goldman announces the unveiling
error last week in the announce-
of a monument in his memory
of a monument unveiling
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at Nu-
for the late Esther Lipson. The
sach Hari Cemetery. Rabbi M. Hal-
corrected announcement-appears
pern and Cantor Ackerman will
• • •
The family of the late Sam Maltz,
announces the unveiling of a monu-
The Family of the Late
ment in his memory 1 p.m. Sunday, '
Oct. 15, at Workmen's Circle Ceme-
tery, Turover Section. Rabbi Don-
the unveiling
in will officiate. Relatives and
of a monument in her
friends are asked to attend.
memory 12:30 p.m. Sun-
• • •
The family of the late Esther
day, Oct. 15, at Westwood
Walden announces the unveiling
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman
of a monument in her memory 2
will officiate. Relatives
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at Machpelah
and friends are asked to
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

NEW YORK—About 900 Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
rabbis from throughout the United
States have 'signed a "Call to'
-- --
American Jewry" on the occasion
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1 United States to identify them-
The highest waterfall in the
selves with the program of the
world is Angel Falls, in Venezuela,
Zionist Organization of America,"
with a total drop of 3,212 feet. It Cost of Six-Day War
it was announced by Jacques Tor-
was discovered in 1935 by a U.S.

czyner, president of the ZOA.
pilot, Jimmy Angel, who died Dec.
British Institute of Strategy has
In signing the "Call to American
published the following facts Jewry," the rabbis point out the
s. 1956.
major tasks facing the
Egypt lost 600 tanks and 340
Zionist movement today. The call
Act of October 23, 1962: Section 4369,
emphasizes the need to stress "the
planes; Israel lost 100
Title 39, United States Code)
insoluble link between American
40 planes; Jordan — 150 tanks
Date of filing: Sept. 29, 1967
Title of Publication
and 20 planes; Syria — 50 tanks Jewry and Israel" and "to guide
and 50 planes; Iraq — 20 planes. our youth toward a deeper under-
Frequency of Issue—Weekly
Location and Headquarters
standing of its Jewish identity and
The institute noted that since
17100 West seven Mile Road
involvement in the future."
the end of the war the Arabs
Detroit, M ayne, Michigan 48235
Publisher: Philip Slomovitz
have been receiving new arms
2966 M est Outer Drive
from Soviet Russia. On June 30
Detroit, Michigan 48221
Editor: Same as above.
Egypt received 225 planes and
Managing Editor: Same as above.
PARIS—Andre Maurois, world-
350 tanks; Syria — 400 tanks
Owner Iii owned by a corporation, its
name and address must be stated and
and 25 planes. As of June 30 famous literary figure, member of
also immediately thereunder the names
French Academy, died here
Isreal had a tank force of 900,
and addresses of stockholders owning
or holding 1 per cent or more of total
of which 200 are Soviet Model Oct. 9 at the age of 82.
amount of stock. If not owned by a cor-
Maurois stemmed from an
"54-6," and 230 planes.
poration, the names and addresses of
Alsatian Jewish family. His origi-
the individual owners must be given.
It owned by a partnership or other un-
nal name was Emil Herzog- and
incorporated firm, its name and address,
Only In Israel
he changed it legally in 1943.
as well as that of each individual must
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—A deficit is
He authored biographies of Dis-
be given.)
often compared to yeast. It con- raeli, Shelley, Byron. He said:
17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit,
tinues to swell up. This is literally
"My personality was expressed
Michigan 48235.
Philip Slomovitz, 2966 West Outer the case with the deficit of Davar,
in 'Disraeli.' He was Jewish. I was
Drive. Detroit, Michigan 48221.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, 20211 Bentier, the daily newspaper of the Hista- Jewish myself. He was for me an
drut. According to a disclosure by example of how to get on with a
Detroit. Michigan 48219.
the house-organ of the Israeli La- Christian society."
A. Total no. copies printed (net
press run), average no. copies each is- bor Organization, B'Histadrut, the
sue during preceding 12 months, 11,892, deficit of Davar has in the past 10
single issue nearest to filing date, 13,200.
years reached tens of millions of Ex-Jordanian Governor
B. Paid circulation:
1. Sales through dealers and carriers, pounds. The situation has deteri- of Jerusalem Can Stay
street vendors and counter sales: Aver-
age no. of copies each issue during pre- orated to a degree that in 1967 the
ceding 12 months, 1,100; single issue annual interest which the newspa- ister of defense has revoked the
nearest to filing date, 1,700.
of Anwar el Katib, who
2. Mail subscription: average no. of [ per pays on its debts amount to
the Jordanian governor of
copies each issue during preceding 12 900,000 Israeli pounds. Yehuda was
months, 10.517; single issue nearest to
action followed a
' Gothelf, editor of Davar, accused
filing date, 11,037.
C. Total paid circulation.
the Israeli workers of shunning to plea from the former official who
Average no. of copies each issue dur-
buy the newspaper because they had been exiled following attempts
ing preceeding 12 months, 11,617; single
animated by a bourgeois mentality. to organize civil disobedience. He
issue nearest to filing date, 12,737.
D. Free distribution (including sam-
said he was now ready to give the
ples) by mall carrier or other means,
Israeli authorities full cooperation
preceding 12 months, 196; single issue Britain Vows to Assist
nearest to filling date, 300.
in civil matters.

E. Total distribution: Average no. of
copies each issue during preceding 12
months, 11,813; single issue nearest to
filing date, 13,037.
F. Office Use: Average no. of copies
each Issue during preceding 12 months,
79; single issue nearest to filing date,
G. Total (equal to net press run): Av-
erage no. of copies, each issue during
preceding 12 months, 11,892; single issue
nearest to filing date, 13,200.
I eerti& that the statements made by
Me above are correct and Comp e e.
CT 111111/W17. 7 -

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i r . l ee;si

The family of the late Elkuno
Rosenheck announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his memory
11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Spiro
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Computers in Israel
Israeli engineers, working in
a plant that receives Israel Bond
assistance, have perfected and are
producing the country's first com-
mercial computer. One of its ad-
vantages is that it is desk-top size,
and probably the world's smallest
I computer in its class.

The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 12:20 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 22, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi M. Hal-
pern will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late




Institute of the Bernard Revel
Graduate School of Yeshiva Uni-
Born in Russia, Dr. Mirsky
moved as a child to Palestine,
where he was ordained at age 16.
In 1924. after having graduated
from the Palestine Government
Law School, he was admitted to
the bar.
He began his teaching career at
Yeshiva University in New York
in 1926. He received an MA and
PhD from Columbia.
Dr. Mirsky helped found the
Hebrew Law Association of Jer-
usalem and the Sure Academy
for Research in . Hebraic Law
and Letters. President since
1950 of the Association of Or-
thodox Rabbis of Boro Park, he
was chairman of the board of
education of two day schools of
that New York district.
The rabbi's chief published works
were reconstructions, aralyses and
interpretations of ancient Judaic
law. These included the four-vol-
ume "Sheelot of Rav Ahai," a ser-
ies of lectures on the Pentateuch
by an 8th Century Babylonian
scholar; "The Gathered Sheaves,"
an interpretation of the source of
Orthodox Jewry's laws for every-
day life; and "From Sunset to Sun-
rise," which dealt with the trans-
formation of the Sanhedrin, high-
est court of Jewish law, into an
academy of learning.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Oct. 15, at Oakview Cem-
etery. Rabbi Lehrman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-

The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling .
of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Oct. 15, at Oakview Cem-
etery. Rabbi Lehrman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-

The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 15, at Northwest He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 15, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Lehrman will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.


Announces the unveiling
of a monument in their
memory noon Sunday, Oct.
15, at Beth Abraham Cem-
etery, Woodward and 81/2
Mile. Rabbi I. Halpern and
Cantor Ackerman will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-

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