Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1960 Page: 4 of 8
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Page 4-Poatorial Texas Jewish Pott Thursday, November 24, 1960
FOR THIS, TOO, WE ARE THANKFUL!
To have brought an institution so far and tt> have built America’s
first medical college under Jewish auspices is no small feat. A man
could rest contentedly on the deserved plaudits accorded such an
But such evidently is not the make-up of Dr. Samuel Belkin,
energetic, scholarly president of Yeshiva University. Now Dr. Belkin
is starting on a second major expansion program for America’s oldest
and largest university under Jewsh auspices.
Recently, along with Louis J. Glickman, prominent communal lead-
er, who is chairman of the Yeshiva University Development Commit-
tee, Dr. Belkin broke ground for a new $3,000,000 classroom-admin-
istration building at the University’s Main Center. This is the first
unit of a 10-year, $30,000,000 dual-campus development project which
will provide Yeshiva University with facilities second to none.
At the Main Center itself, located in Manhattan’s Washngton
Heights section, two additional buildings costing some $3,000,000
more, are already in the planning stages. There is much to be done
to bring all of these future plans to fruition but then “they said it
couldn’t be done” when D. Belkin spoke about a women’s college,
a medical college and other units at Yeshiva University.
There is still another facet to this development that merits appro-
val and is a sign of encouragement for the American Jewish com-
munity. It appears there is nfot enough room at YU for the hundreds
of young men and women desirious of securing a higher Jewish and
academic education. We recall only too well that it was not so long
ago that college-age youth were said to be running away frlom our
faith. How the pessimists must recoil.
Dr.l Belkin is a man in haste, apparently ever mindful of the ad-
jurafcon that the day is short and the work is long. There are many
things we American Jews are thankful for on Thanksgiving Day
among them the great bounty that we have been privileged tfo build
great Jewish institutions of learning in this great land.^
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Eichmann Trial For TV
NEW YORK (WNS) The trial
of Adolf Eichmann, nazi butcher,
will be shown on television and
on the screen, it was announced
here by Erank M. Smith, presi
dent of the Capital Cities Broad-
casting Corporation, who said his
company had signed an agreement
with the Israeli Government for
the exclusive right to world-wide
showing of the trial, whch is to
open in Jerusalem early next
Declaring that his company
w (fuld make the recording and
films available to all broadcasting
1 and motion picture organizations
throughout the world at cost,, Mr.
] Smith said that if any proceeds
are left over after expenses, they
would go to a charitable organi-
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RABBI G. GEORGE FOX
Rabbi G. George Fox who serv-
ed as Rabbi of Beth-EI Congrega-
tion in Fort Worth from 1910 to
1922 died in Chicago on October
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London’s Lord Mayor
Heckled By Fascists
LONDON (WNS) The inaugu-
ration of the City of London’s
new Lord Mayor, Sir Bernard
Waley-Cohen, was marked by an
anti-Semitic demonstration whose
participants chanted “we don’t
With Oar Rabbis
AT BETH ISRAEL
Rabbi Gerald Kaplan will speak
on “Rededicating Ojhrselves,”
this Friday evening at 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath Services at Cong. Beth
Israel, 4805 Gus Ttoomasson Rd.
The Sisterhood will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat following.
Rabbi Levi Olan will preach
on “The Jewish Attitude Toward
Other Religons,” this Friday eve-
ning at 8:15 P.M. Sabbath Ser-
vices at Temple Emanu-El. The
Sisterhood will be hosts at the
Sabbath reception following.
The Bar Mitzvah of Lonnie
Mark Robin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Robbin, will be observed at
11:A.M. Sabbath Services on Sat-
urday morning. ,
AT SHEARITH ISRAEL
Rabbi Hillel Silverman wll speak
on “The Tenth Man”— Meaning-
ful Theater or Caricatures, this
Friday evening at Sabbath Ser-
vices at Shearith Israel Synago-
gue. Cantor A. D. Silensky and
the choir will chant the liturgy.
want a Jewish Lord May'or.”
Some of the demonstrators car-
ried placards with slogans object-
ing to a Jewish Mayor, and some
of the marchers used abusve lan-
guage. As the Lord Mayor’s coach
neared the Law Court, where the
oath-taking ceremony took place,
the demonstrators booed and
threw firecrackers into the road-
way to the court house. Four of
the anti-Semites were placed un-
der arrest for setting off the fire-
works. The demonstration was
| sponsored by the new-Fascist Brit-
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