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March 02, 1979 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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34 Friday, March 2, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIRESTONE

Volume on U.S. Jewry Is
Reissued as a Paperback

JEWELRY

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"The Land That I Show
You" by Prof. Feldstein has
just• been re-issued as a

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398-0i94

SPecialying In

600-page paperback (An-
chor Press-Doubleday).
Dealing with three cen-
turies of Jewish life in
America, this volume con-
tains a vast amount of de-
tailed information about
the major Jewish com-
munities in America.

I

Portraits & Sound Movies

FENBY-STEIN
TALENT AGENCY

Presents




JERRY FENBY
• SHELBY LEE
GEORGE BROOKS • ERIC FREUDIGMAN
• TOM PLOEGER
• INNOVATIONS
KROSSWINDS
• TOUCH OF CLASS
• SOUNDS OF JEEP SMITH



LET OUR PROFESSIONALS
CONDUCT YOUR PARTY

DR. STANLEY FELDSTEIN
When the volume ap-
peared as a hard cover book
last year, the review in The
Jewish News criticized
sonzie Detroit shortcomings.
Regrettably, the paperback
does not contain the correc-
tions.
Nevertheless,
Prof.
Feldstein, who teaches his-
tory at the New School for
Social Research in New
York, earns compliments
for an extensive study of
American Jewish life dur-
ing more than 300 years of
activities in scores of corn-
munities.

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Although 18,000 teena-
gers are helped by youth
aliya programs, 800 are still
waiting for help. Increased
contributions to the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund will shor-
ten their wait.

IN SAUCE

Jewish Visitor Disappointed
by Latin Bishop Conference

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jacobo Kovadloff, director
of the American Jewish
Committee's Latin Ameri-
can department, has voiced
disappointment with the re-
cently completed Confer-
ence of Latin American
Bishops dealing so cursorily
with the Catholic Church's
relations with Jews.
Kovadloff said he was
"disappointed" that there
was no condemnation of
anti-Semitism or the Nazi
movement, both of which he
said are growing in Latin
America. The conference
dealt mainly with political
and social problems.
Kovadloff, who is head of
the AJCommittee's Spanish
in Mass Media Program,
attended the conference as a
journalist. The only Jew of- -
ficially invited to the con-
ference, which was held in
Puebla, Mexico, was Paul
Warszhawski, chairman of
the interreligious relations
department of the Latin
American Jewish Congress,
who was one of five non-
Catholic observers.
Also attending as a
journalist was Rabbi
Leon Kienicki, associate
editor of "Face to Face,"
an interreligious quar-
terly published by the
Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith.
Msgr. Jorge Megia, head
of the Vatican's Office of Re-
lations with Jews, pre-
sented a "wonderful" work-
ing paper on relations with
Jews, according to Kovad-
loff. But he said the final
document issued by the
conference Feb. 13 only
took note that "Judaism is
present in the Continent"
and reminded Catholics of
the favorable declarations

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WE HAVE THE
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OF CHILLED
WINES ANYWHERE!

Dr. Michael Novak, ad-
junct professor of the
American Enterprise Insti-
tute in Washington, D.C.,
will address a joint meeting
of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of -
Greater Detroit and the
League of Catholic
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit noon
Thursday at Madonna Col-
lege.
Dr. Novak will speak on
"The Family in Today's
Society." Complimentary
petite luncheon will be
served.

Yeshiva U. Gets
$1 Million Gift

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University has received a
$1 million gift from the es-
tate of the late Harry Jacobs
through the Harry and Rose
Jacobs Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Jacobs, who died in
1961 at the age of 74, had
headed the Metropolitan
Greenhouse Co. in Maspeth,
N.Y., which built
greenhouses for florists,
vegetable growers and for
private homes throughout
the U.S.,a nd was organizer
of the Wall Street brokerage
firm of Jacobs and Low.

on Jews which emerged
from Vatican II and after.
The bishops recommended
"mutual understanding and
appreciation between the
believers of the two reli-
gions.

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