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May 06, 1955 • Page Image 5

… Dulles. The letter, signed by the Rev. Harry Wolf, director, Lutheran Charities and presi- dent of the Michigan Com- mittee on Immigration; B. N. Joffe, director, Jewish Com- munity Council and chairman of

… HAMILTON TO. 8-2424 NOW . . . ONLY ONE STORE! DETROIT HEBREW BOOK SHOP Under Sole Ownership of HILLEL L ABRAMS Conveniently Located at 12226 DEXTER (Bet. Cortland and Richton) REMEMBER MOM — SUNDAY…

… American settlers in the next few years, to match the 1,000 La- tions and Human Rights" in- bonds." bor Zionists who migrated to Is- cludes the texts of the Universal Haim Lubinsky, vice-chairman rael…

… Memorialize Your Mother Prof. SIMON HALKIN of the Hebrew University, translator of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" into Hebrew, is shown present- ing a copy of his work, now out of print, to LEWIS M. STARK…

of Edward tionality Division of the United Corsi from the State Depart- Community Services and Secre- The United Nations' "Year- Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Jor- book on Human Rights for 1952," dan…

…. Late in June 1952, an U.S. Pact with Israel just published by Columbia Uni- agreement was concluded with NEW YORK, (JTA)—An offer versity Press (2960 B'way, NY27), the government of Israel under devotes…

… six pages to the devel- which it assumed responsibility by the United States Govern- opment of human rights in Is- for the 19,000 refugees remain- ment to negotiate a security pact rael, and to a…

… discussion of three ing in Israel. One-third of the with Israel would help to en- juridical decisions of the Israel registered refugee population courage a peaceful settlement Supreme Court. was living in c…

…Amps organized between the Arab states and Is- rael, it was urged in a resolution This 500-page Yearbook suc- by the Agency." adopted by the National Labor ceeds the earlier works of the Zionist Assembly at a two…

…-day years 1946 to 1951. It contains ZOA's Convention in session here. analyses of human rights actions The resolution urged Ameri- in all the countries affiliated Washington June 16-20 can economic and…

May 06, 1955 • Page Image 19

… by University of Michigan students in their Allied Jewish Campaign drive. Chairmen in the various dormitories, sororities and frat- ernities are: Jordan Burke, Dick Gooel, Judy -Ann Jacobs, Ellen Jones…

… initiated. Jack Horwitz, treasurer of Tau Delta Phi fraternity, has been named associate sports editor of the Michigan Daily. Senior Al Levey pitches on University of Michigan's varsity baseball team which…

… Diamonstein of Virginia. Over $1,100 in proceeds from "Hillels- apoppin", annual Hillel - spon- sored skit night, has been given to the fund. U. of M. seniors Phyllis Ash, Eugene Axelrod, James Hal- pern, June…

… Tractenberg, Elaine Zeidman, Janet Zucker. These 'Lites will receive their honor certificates from President Hilberry of Wayne University, president of the association, at convocation exercises on May 11, at…

… getter/ More important than what you say is how you say it. Expressions of sympathy, best wishes or congratulations are much more effective with a gift basket that speaks for you. call UNiversity 9 &Ann…

…MB Sponsors Tour of Wrold Sham Meichenf -- ETROIT JEWISH NEWS-19 Tales Out of School Friday, May 6, 1955 0 )•Loppow-Vernick Rites tanned for June 23 "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of

… Posterity."—Disraeli OFTM ... MISS DEBORAH KNOPPOW Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Knoppow, )f Pasadena Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Phyllis, to Jack D. Ver- aick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau…

…- L ice Vernick, of London Ave. A June 23 wedding is planned. Wedding, Bar Mitzvah and Sweet Sixteen Invitations Matches and Napkins Complete Selection at Reasonable Prices MRS. KATE ALTMAN…

… Spring activities at Central was the theme of an assembly moderated by Mitzie Rachleff and Eugene Konstant. B i 11 Stephens, all-city letter man, Lave a roundup of warm weath- er sports, and Izetta Ray…

…, presi- dent of the sportsmanship coun- cil, spoke on the importance of fair play. * a Honored by the Phi Beta Kappa Society recently for out- standing scholarship in their three years of high school were…

May 13, 1955 • Page Image 21

… ladies. Harold Sheldon Barron, pres- ently a pre-law student at the University of Michigan, was chosen to win the silver kiddush cup, symbol of men's leadership, and Sarah Graf Weiner, a senior at Royal…

…'s League at Bnai Moshe, and is now vice- president of the Bnai Moshe Ju- nior Congregation Before trans- ferring to Wayne University, she was a student leader of Hillel Foundation, University of Mich- igan…

… Beth Yehudah to the National Conference of Yeshi- vah Education, being held to- day through Sunday, at Lake- wood, N.J. Heads of leading rabbinical seminaries and yeshivoth and key lay leaders will…

… participate in the parley, sponsored by Torah Umesorah, the National Society for Hebrew Day Schools. Nearly all of the 170 Hebrew day schools and yeshivoth in 70 communities in 24 states across the nation and…

… day schools, has assisted in forming 64 of these schools in America. A definite, unified program for all participating schools is the aim of the confer- ence. CONCORD • HOTEL Kiamisha Lake, N. Y…

…. Call US for Ntee Stemma? You're Kidding! No, we're not. Steak is featured three nights each and every week at Oakton Manor. • Mm-m-m-m-mi Mrs. HENRY GREEN, chairman of the League of Jewish Wom- en…

…, FAITH GREENBAUM and SARAH GRAF WEINER, who tied for the women's award, and HAROLD Girls' Athletic Ass'n.; and mem- SHELDON BARRON, men's award winner. ber of Sportsmanship Council, Nine years ago, the…

… League of Jewish Women's Organizations created a fund in memory of one of its early presidents, Mildred Simons Rosenberg. Since that time, the Mildred Simons Ro- senberg Awards have become synonymous, with…

… youth leader- ship in the Detroit community. At the annual meeting of the League last Monday evening, in the Esther Berman Bldg., five young people were selected for honors, three young men and two young…

… Oak High. School, and Faith Greenbaum, a Wayne Uni- versity student, each received silver menorahs for women's leadership. So close did the judges feel were the qualifications of two other young men…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 1

… from Israel: Of truth and peace, is the gift of Israeli students affiliated Nolith the Hillel Foundation at the Hebrew University to stu- Maryland, and will be planted on dents at the University a…

… are Dr. Leah Bloch-Frankenthal (left) of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Rabbi Meyer Greenberg, director of the Bnai Hillel Foundation at the University of Maryland, who ranged the presentation…

… :010: Presentation of an Israeli myrtle tree is made by Mrs. Abba Eban, wife of the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, to Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, president of the University of Maryland. Looking on…

…'Who'll give us a Serum against Fear?' Foolish Question Gets Answer It Deserves Commentary, Page 2 THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Review Our Youth and Their Jewishness of Jewish Events Editorial…

…, Page 4 Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle • VOLUME-27—No. 11 cikgq;Ii1" . 7 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.—VE. 8-9364—Detroit 35, May 20, 1955 $4.00 Per Year…

…. Schwartz, ex- ocutive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, as its -vice president and directing head, assumed responsibility Monday for the sale of Israel bonds in the United States and other parts of

… the free world. In accordance with an agreement with the government - of Israel, the Bond sales organization was officially trans- ferred to a newly created agency known as the Development Corporation…

… year. Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation, who has directed all of the eight four-million-plus drives which began in 1948, in an analysis of the 1955 efforts, at Tuesday…

… surpassed by the continuing solicitations by workers who. refuse to call a halt to their. efforts until all prospects have been contacted. Mr. Sobeloff announced that "flying squadrons" of volunteer workers…

… will contact a large number of Detroiters whose . pledges have not as yet been turned in. He said there is hope that the stretching of activities by these volunteers augurs well for ad- ditional…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 4

…THE JEWIA-I NEWS Fertile Planting Area Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicl e commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Mernber American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press…

of the parents. * * * Our youth may even now be more loyal to its heritage than we realize. Yet the col- lege youth respond only in limited numbers to the appeals of the Hillel Foundations. Our youth…

… good. We have pleaded in these columns on numerous occasions for under- standing of our youth and for recognition of the problems that beset them in an age of universal military service. But fears are…

… second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3. 1879 PHILIP "SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher VOL. XXVII, No. 11 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager FRANK SIMONS…

… City Editor Page Four May 20, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath. the twenty-ninth day of lyar, 5 715, the following Scriptural selections ?pill be read in our synagogues: Pentateuchal…

…, Erev Shevuot, 7:37 p.m. Our Youth and Their Jewishness We are approaching the season of grad- uations, consecrations and confirmations and should begin to think again of future plan- ning for our young…

… people, of their place in our community, of their attitudes towards our communal programming. There is justifiable concern over the in-' difference which has marked such attitudes in recent years. We may…

… have been totally blind to reality in believing that only our youth have become indifferent to our com- munal - life when, as a matter of fact, a cal- loused adult - population, whose maturity should…

… have caused many of our people to become more fully - integrated in our com- munity's efforts, is responsible for inactivity that is reflected in the ranks of the young. Nevertheless, it is impossible to…

… absolve youth from responsibility to its Jewish hell- tag-e. * A short time ago, Associate Professor of English Charles I. Glicksberg, of Brooklyn College, in a provocative article, • "College Youth and…

May 27, 1955 • Page Image 4

…Spirit of the Ten Commandments THE JEWISH NEWS Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan

… Jewish projects have not been happy ones. We have faced resist- ance among our college youth. The Hillel Foundations are succeeding in enlisting only a very small percentage of Jewish students, and only…

…? Many of our boys and girls who will -be confirmed or consecrated or graduated from our. schools will be entering universities. Ex- , periences in approaches to Jewish college students in behalf of

…. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of Marcb 3, 1879 OM. PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher VOL. XXVII, No. 12 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager…

… Page Four FRANK SIMONS City Editor May 27, 1955 . Shevuot Scriptural Selections Pentateuchat portions: First Day of Shevuot, Friday, Ex. 19:1-20:26, Num. 28:26-31; Second say, Saturday, neut. 14…

…:22-16:17, Num. 28:26-31. Prophetical portions:; Friday, E2ek. 1:1-28; 3:12:. Saturday, Hab. 3:1-10. Licht Benshen, Friday, 7:33 p.m. Shevuot: Our Challenging Festival • Shevuot, the date of which is determined…

… by counting off seven weeks after the first day of Passover — hencethe term Feast of Weeks -used in reference to it — originally was an agricultural festival, which was cele- brated in the Land of

… Israel to mark the gathering of the first fruits of the summer harvest. First fruits were brought- to. the Temple as the people's. - offerings, and for this reason, to this day, our synagogues as well EL…

….s. our homes are adorned on this holiday with flowers. As the • anniversary of the Giving of the Torah to Israel an Sinai, by Moses, the fest- - val thereby assumes another significant role. Thus,: we…

… enter our synagogues on Shevuot. days With pride • in our being the People of the Torah: In modern times, Shevuot assumed an- other role: as a date•of, or an approximate date for, graduations…

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