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January 28, 1972 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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In. - Youth 'Lies Hope for Refuting
Fears of E. S. Jewry's Decline - ---

(Continued from Page -)
role of interpreting the 75-year
gically—so it is assumed—except Zionist history, but as compensa-
for some appeals for day schools, tion there was Much debate over
for Hebrew studies and extended Affair Goldraaan-
cultural activities. American Jew-
He is the same Goldmann we
ry may have to give better answers - .heard at Carnegie Ralf (New
to those .whn view its collapse than York) either in 1932 or 1933
has corn.. t Ail now.
'
when he first came to the U.S.
If gout': in America will emerge" as a very young man. At that
in nurnbrss as strong as those in meeting the ball was filled to
evidence at the Zionist Corigreas,'• capecityDr." Stephen S. Wise
it will refute completely the fears Introduce& Mm as "Nordau
that are heard so frequently at redivints."
Jewish conferences about a great
decline in the readiness of young
Jews to accept the Jewish legacies.



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:11E-IPETROOTAINISII 11BVS

The chief administrator of world
Zionist affairs is Louis Pincus, and
already he has the accusatory
charge of being a "dictator" hurled
at him. His views are especially
feared by the Keren Hayemet-
Je wish National Fund—whose
status is endangered by his not-too-
friendly attitude toward the present
land reclaimation policies. (That
became evident at the JNF 75th

anniversary events in Basic in Oct-
ober.)
•• Indeed, many of the Diaspora
controversies have been aired here.
A congress is never complete with-
out some rancor. It ends with
Max M. Fisher's role as chair-
Hatikva singing and the Shalom
man of the executive of the recon-
farewell , but meanwhile there has
stituted Jewish Agency gave
been some bad blood to be drawn
priority to his message to the con-
COPENHAGEN (JTA) — Copen- from an embattled movement. (De-
gress—a long one with an enthu- hagen police are investigating tails on Zionist Congress, Page 15.)
.0 0 II
siastic paean to Zionist leadership. several bomb threats received at
A Detroit echo was heard when
Emma Schaver, here as a deputy
David Ben-Gurion, his people's the hotel where President Zeman delegate from the Labor Zionist
revered hero and the acknowledged Shazar of Israel was staying.
Shazar attended the funeral Mon- Organization, received interesting
architect of the Jewish state as it
of the late King Frederick messages from Russian Jews in
has emerged as an independent day
DC of Denmark and dined with Kiev and Zhitomir while she was
Israel, was presented with many
in Israel. She had sent her record-
thousands of greetings from Jew- the Queen Mother, Queen Ingrid. ed "Ghetto Songs" to Kiev. Other
Police increased their guard
ish children on his 85th birthday.
Jewish communities in Russia
The signatures and messages around Shazar's hotel. The investi- made tapes of them and they are
gation was said to be taking place
of children from the Hillel Day
being
played there. From Kiev and
School and the United Hebrew in local Arab and leftist circles. Zhitamir came messages of appre-
Shazar was one of four presi- ciation for her labort.
Schools were contained in the
dents attending the funeral and
bound volumes of the 35A99 sig-
• • •
was the only one to be greeted
natures of children in 325 schools
Detroit's role In providing schol-
personally at-the airport by Queen
in 39 U. S. states and three Cana-
arships at Kfar Silver was noted
Ingrid.
dian provinces.
at the ZOA visit there and to the
He said that "the Jewish people
Dr. Abraham P. Gannes, direc-
and Israel will never forget what Mollie Goodman High School
tor of the department of educa-
where Detroit students have bene-
tion and culture in the U. S. of the Danish nation and the Royal fited from the Zionist Organiza-
Family have done for Jews dur-
the World Zionist Organization,
tion
of Detroit Scholarship Fund:
ing the days of the Nazi occu-
made the presentation. Joining him
• • •
were two pupils, Abigail. Rom of pation."
ZOA President Merman Wets-
Shazar was to meet with the
New York and and Avi Sandak of
local Jewish community and with man was honored at the dedica-
Canada.
• • •
Polish Jews living in Denmark. tion of the Weisman Road to the
In Jerusalem, flags were flown Kennedy Memorial on Sunday.
Nahum Goldmann appeared to be
more the victor than the vanquish- at half-staff on all government Participants included Yakov Tzur,
and
public buildings in Israel to JNF world president; Meyer Pesin,
ed: he was deprived of the major
mark the funeral of King Fred- president of the JNF of the U. S.•
and Dr. Max Nusbaum of Los An- '
erick.
geles.

Shazar Threatened
on Condolence
Visit to Denmark

• •

1972

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Company Limited or its subisidiaries or agents, in the principal amount
equal to the purchase price paid for these GUS Toasiyot shares ;



in the principal amount of the loss shown to have been sustained on the
sale prior to November 30, 1971 of such shares of Reako or GUS Taasiyot
acquired from Rassco Rural and Suburban Settlement Company limited or
its subsidiaries or agents.

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The Offering 'Expires on February 28, -1972.

Bnai Brith Award Given
to Late Jacob Glatstein

Jan. 17 to Feb. 15
JNF Sabbath Jan. 29

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WASHINGTON (JA) — Yiddish
poet and author Jacob Glatstein,
who died in November, was named
to receive posthumously Bnai
Brith's annual $1,000 Heritage
Award "for excellence in Jewish
literature."
The selections committee de-
scribes Glatstein, who was bait in
Poland and emigrated to the U.S.
in 1914, as "the outstanding Yid-
dish poet of his times" and cited
his "memorable poems and writ-
ings of the vanished world of the
shtetl and his enduring interpreta-
tions of Yiddisiakeit, its values and
its lyricism."
Formal presentation of
the award will be made Feb. 20 in
New York, at a public "tribute to
Jacob Glatstein" session at the
Waldorf Astoria, held In conjunc-
tion with the annual meeting of
Bnai Brith's commission on adult
Jewish education.

Young people, nowadays, imag-
ine that money is everything, and
when they grow older they know
it. - —Oscar Wiled

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS AND MERKAZ

Cordially invites the entire Jewish Community to attend their

34th

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SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1972, 6 P.M.
AT COBO HALL

JUUUS ROTENBERG
Honorary Chairman

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For reservations call

Rubin Grevnin, Ticket Chairman, WA 8-3500—eves. El. 6-7068—or Council Office 342-62610

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