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November 28, 1975 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 November 28, 1975

`Israel to Face
Critical Tests'

A Bicentennial Feature

A Look at Three Historic Years

1876
100 YEARS AGO
The Independent Order of
Bnai Brith unveiled Moses
Jacob Ezekiel's monumental
sculpture "Religious Lib-
erty" in Fairmount Park,
Philadelphia, as their con-
tribution to the centennial
of the Declaration of Inde-
pendence.
New Hampshire was the
last of the original 13 states
to emancipate the Jews, 100
years after the Declaration
of Independence.
The Society. for Ethical
Culture 'was founded by Dr.
Felix Adler. Most of kits

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members were Jews. Adler
also established the first
free kindergarten in New
York City.
James Joseph Sylvester
came to the United States to
teach mathematics at Johns
, Hopkins University. He was
probably the greatest math-
ematician of his generation.
Birth of Sophie Irene
Loeb, American Jewry's
most distinguished social
welfare advocate.
The following congrega-
tions were 'founded: Cong.
Beth Israel, Austin, Texas;
House of Israel 'Congrega-
tion, Hot Springs, Arkan-
sas; Cong. Beth Israel,
Rochester, N.Y: The first
Jewish services held in Min-
neapolis, Minn.

1901

75 Years Ago

OF HARVARD IOW

The "Jewish Encyclope-'
dia" began to appear.

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete- Fur Service

Solomon Shechter was
elected president of the fad-
ulty of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary.

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TEL _AVIV .(ZINS) — Is-
raeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin
told a gathering of high-
ranking government offi-
cials that Israel will be fac-
ing some critical tests by
the middle of 1977.

According to Rabin, the
government has to use this
time to reduce the extent of
Israel's economic depend-
ence on others in order to
pave the way for a more in-
dependent political stand.

Death of Jacob P. Adler,
famous Yiddish actor.
Death of Kaufmann Koh-
On that issue the Minister
ler, president emeritus of of Commerce, Haim Bar-
the Hebrew Union College Lev, has expressed serious
and eminent theologian. He ' doubts as to the possibility
convoked the Pittsburgh of Israel achieving economic
Conference, 1885.
independence in the near fu-
Death of Oscar S: Straus, ture.
diplomat, historian, and
first Jew to sit in the cabi-
net of a president of the
United States.
Death of Meyer London,
Socialist member of Con-
gress from New York City.
First Socialist congressman
to be seated. A founder of
the Socialist Party of Amer-
ica.
The Synagogue Council of
America was organized to
act as an overall representa-
tive body for all American
Jewish religionists.
Founding of the World
Union for Progressive Juda-
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ism to coordinate efforts of
all liberal Jewish congrega-
tions.

As we light the first candle to-
night
And then on to number eight
The glowing flames so bright
Make us reflect and commemor-
ate
How bravely our people fought
In many a war
For the peace they sought
And hoped would last forever
more.
And so tonight as we light
Candle number one
May the peace we pray for
Be won.

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NEW YORK — Children
throughout the metropoli-
tan area will be learning
some of the message and
history of Hanuka in a spe-
cial way once again this
year, by dialing the tele-
phone. — •
Just as they have done for
the last two years, children
and parents can call a spe-
cial number set aside by the
New York Telephone Com-
pany, (212) 999-2929, to hear
a one-minute recorded mes-
sage about Hanuka, edited
by the Board of Jewish-Edu-
cation of Greater New York.
For each of the eight days
of Hanuka, a different mes-
sage with musical back-
ground telling the story of
the holiday can be heard.

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50 Years Ago

TEL AVIV —
The
Moetzet Hapoalot, the larg-
est women's movement in
Israel, in Cooperation with
the Ben-Gurion University,
will establish a Center for
Study and Research on the
Status of the Woman.
On the occasion of the
jubilee celebration now tak-
ing place in the Pioneer
Women Movement in the
USA and Canada, the execu-
tive secretariat of Moetzet
Hapoalot has decided to
launch the Center as an
anniversary gift to its over-
seas sister organization "in
recognition and apprecia-
tion of the great concern of
our chaverot abroad for the
advancement of Israeli so-
ciety in general and the
status of women in particu-
lar."

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Ben-Gurion U. Gets
Center for Women

Let the Professionals Perform

The
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Place

Death of Simon Sterne,
New York civic reformer.
He helped draft the first
Federal Interstate Com-
merce Act designed to regu-
late the railroads (1887).
Birth of Jascha Heifetz,
violin virtuoso.

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