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October 07, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-07

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U.S. Affiliate Presents Valuable
Medical Tool to Israel Hadassah

Danny Raskin's 16 Experts Write on Israel Issues

LISTENING

Sixteen prominent men and
women—I5 Americans and one
European—have contributed ar-
ticles on their experiences in
Israel to the book, "Assignment
in Israel," edited by Bernard
IVIandelbaum, Provost. o
Jewish Theolcgical
America.
A publica
of the eminar
Israel In
to of th
is
Theolog
SeminarY, o
r-
ica, it
be issued
t.
by Har
& Bros.
contrib-
utors are

conservation; Samuel Lyman At-
wood Marshall, Brigadier General,
U.S. Army, and Detroit News edi-
torial writer; Theodore McKeldin,
former Governor of Maryland; Mar-
garet Mead, adjunct . professor of
Anthropology, Columbia University;
James
Bishop, Diocese. of
C
stant Episcopal
c • James S. Taut, director'
emeritu's, Institute. o Contemporary
Art, Boston; Dore • .S ary; producer
and writer; Rob
John, f oreign ,
corres ondent
tor• and Anna
• , A
c
odern dancer
and c a•
, Moshe Davis,
rovost
n Greenberg, Vice
ancellor
e Jewish Theological
eminai

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

Mitchell
, Zino
Francescatti, concert violinist; Waldo
Frank, author and letturer; - Leon
H. Keyserling, farmer . chairman of
the President's Council of Edw.-fan-lie
Advisors; Philip Klutzriick, presi-
dent, American Friends of the He-
brew University; Waite
ermilk

Sammy

Woolf -

THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS ago,
And His Orchestra
10 young married women de-
UN 1-2953
UN 3-8982
cided to form a club which
UN 3-6501
would help the less fortunate.
. . . And so the Home Relief
Society was born. . . . Today,
NEW YORK. — Mrs. Nathan D. Perlman (center), national
has a membership of 300
FOR QUAL! PLUS Q NTITY
chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organization Committee in the
nine of the original
ers
United States, is shown presenting Dr. Kalman J. Mann (left), di-
rector general of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel, with still active in the gr
Funds are provide
o needy
a "surgical stapler" developed in the Soviet Union. Looking on is
RANT
L1CATESSEN
families for any eme • ncy that
Professor Bernhard Zondek, head of Hadassah's Department of
NORTHWOOD CENTER
may
arise.
.
.
.
The
o
ization
Obstetrics and Gynecology and professor of obstetrics and gyne-
ILE & WOODWARD AT COOLIDGE
cology at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School in has paid hospital bills,
Jerusalem. The mechanical instrument, designed for joining the bills, and even sent sick peop
ends of blood vessels and nerves, last week was taken to Israel to more favorable climates for
by Dr. Mann for use by surgeons of the Hadassah Medical Organ- their illnesses. . . . To raise
money for all these . causes,
ization. The stapler cost over $2,000.
Home Relief Society is giving
its annual donor dinner-dance
Oct. 25, at Town and Country
Club. . . . Sybil Budman is ge
eral chairman, with Betty B
co-chairman. . . . Phylli
By ELIAHU SALPETER
relevant passage in the Bible is president of the soci
(Copyright, 1960, JTA, Inc.)
quite differently. He maintains 38 years after Bea Shu
JERUSALEM — The Jewish that what Samuel commanded came the first presiden
* * *
religion holds that life is the Saul to do was to go out to war
most precious thing given by and fight without avoiding the
JOY TENDLER, 10-yea
783
God to man. Therefore suicide chance to be felled by the daughter of Marian and Osca
is considered one of the most. sword — which. is something Tendler, was saying her prayers
Godless things. This has been quite different. Rabbi -Goren . . . "Please, God," she asked,
accepted almost as one of the quotes various passages of the "make Detroit the capitol of
Talmud which seem to indi- Michigan." . , . A bit shocked,
fundamentals of Judaism.
cate that it is preferable for a
However, recently, an argu- Jew to lose his life than to Marian asked what made her
Lavish SMORGASBORD with
mar-
ment started on the subject be- forsake his religion. Yes, says say that. . . . Joy settled herself
111 inated and smoked fish, dozens
tv- een the Military Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Neriyah, but what is in bed and replied, "Because I
cold dishes. Complete Contine
chops, lobsters, duck etc. Beautiful private dinin
Brigadier Shlomo Goren and meant is that a Jew should made it that way in my examin- —steaks,
parties. Home and business catering. Lunch from $1.25. Dinner
Rabbi Moshe Zvi Neriyah, one stick to his religion even if it ation paper today and I want it FREE PARKING 1014 E. JEFFERSON
WO 2-1
of the leading disciples of the costs him his life but it does to be right."
3v0a2t0e GBat
anAgNuTeitRI VERa Fier te e wPeadr kin
s g g . pTE -07440 ; Pri-
famous Rabbi Kook and head not mean that he has the right
St e aks
of the Bnei Akiva Yeshiva in to kill himself instead of his
EITHER NO VACATION in
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in
r
Kfar Haroah. The debate was, persecutors.
20 years or two in the same CHOP HOUSE
to some extent, spurred by the
year. . . . That's the story of
Rabbi Goren maintains that credit man Harry Gaines. . . .
recent expeditions to the Dead
ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of food Steaks,
Sea where the Judean Freedom the following principles are in Both he and wife Bessie, Chops, Chicken Club Sandwiches. ..vhort Orders. Delicious Ho
Fighters made their last resis- accordance with Jewish re- "closed" South Haven, and rag "Served as you like it."
tance to the Roman invaders. ligion:
time piano and uke playing 20176 LIVERNOI5 AVE., 1 1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Op
The archaeological expedition
Harry had Mendelsohn's jump-
1. If one falls into the
BA CHOICE LIQUORS
again recalled the dramatic hands of an enemy who will ing . . . along with Sam and MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET F AC
ES
finale of that resistance when kill him but first force' him Gertie Linde, Sandy and Mil-
Specializing
in
Pizza
Pie
and
Famous
Italian
the last defenders killed each to commit grave crimes like dred Baron, Jerry and May
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
other rather than fall into the changing his religion, com- Leite•. Sam and Ruth Bigel-
7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to .3 a.m.-
hs•nds of the Romans.
mitting treason or bloodshed man a.:d barrister song and
Jewish history always looked —he may commit suicide to- dance man Jimmy and Kate CLAM SHOP and BAR
X
TR
80
with admiration on this act of prevent his falling into enemy- Saperstein. . .. It was the cli- Serving! Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorte
max
to
a
year-long
25th
wed-
hands.
proud defiance. But wasn't it
Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRA
L
actually an act of mass suicide
2. If there is a danger that ding anniversary celebration
abhorrent in the eyes of Jewish the enemy will succeed in ex- for Harry and Bessie. . . .
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies bak
pr
-
Daughter Sharon' and girl friend
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Me
ch
d
tradition?
tracting security information.
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Beverly Hoffman also made the
It seems to be pretty much
3. There are some authori- trip to Mendelsohn's . . . and BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. o ver e
an academic question now, al-
ties who maintain that the luckily so. -. . . Sharon invited
most 2,000 years later. But it
fear of extreme torture be- Dr. Alvin Ring, Detroiter doing
nights. Monday, Johnny '
Tri
Chicorels' Dancing 6 Don
may not be as academic as
Pablo (5 Nights)
fore death also justifies sui- his medical residency in Chi-
it seems since the question
5 p.m. Banquet Parties to O
cide.
cago, and he came for the week-
K enwood Dinners
Free Parking — OPEN SUND
may arise in a very practical
end with a couple of more doc-
4.
In
all
the
above
cases
form any day now: Has an
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH
KE• 7377
it is preferable to die by one's tor friends. . . . Bessie had
Israeli soldier who falls into
sprained her ankle on the way
own
hand
but
the
example
the hands of the Arabs the
of Saul and of the defenders and it swelled up so that Harry
right to commit suicide if he
of Massada indicate that one had to rush her to South Haven
• Prime Beef • Shrimp • Lobster • Delmonico Steak
is afraid that his captors, by
may
ask somebody else to Hospital. .. . Sharon's doctor
13300 W. 7 MILE cor. LITTLEFIELD
UN
torture, would extract vital
friends
came
in
handy
with
OPEN DAILY 11 £1:30 P.M., SAT & SUN. to 9
take one's life.
military information from
their on-the-spot consultations.
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED F
him? Yes, says Rabbi Goren
STAGS. BANQUETS_ and MEETINGS
. . Alvin, by the way, is also
Rabbi .Neriyah definitely and
and he maintains that the firmly rejects all of Rabbi Go- quite a piano and ukelele
Fine American & lita
heroes of Massada did accord- ren's points. He maintains that player, so Harry had a corn-
Open daily 11:30
-
CLOSED SUNDA
ing to what is written that in there was no permission, much Manion for his musical fun-
COCKTAIL BAR
Banquet room availa
some cases death is prefer- less command from God. to Saul festing. . . Harry and Bessie
17632 WOODWARD— North of 6 Mile
TO -3988
able to contravening God's or to the defenders of Massada had a lot of pleasant memories
fundamental commandments. ai.d they did what they did on of a 25th anniversary they'll
No, says Rabbi Neriyah. No their own initiative. Even fac- never forget! _
Jew has the right to take his ing the worst torture, a Jew
29501 NORTHWESTERN HWY. bet. 12 & 13 Mile
* .* *
Open Daily 9 A.M.
9 P.M. Closed Mondays
own life and certainly no one has to trust in God and try
Serving Chicken & Turkey Luncheon and Dinner
SPEAKING
'OF
MEMORIES,
has the right to kill his to stay and live as long as he
CARRY OUT SERVICE — PRIV
AVAILAB
Lou Markowitz certainly has
SQUARE DANCE PARTIES
brother even by mutual can.
one . . .• after the wonderful
agreement be the circum-
Rabbi Neriyah maintains that tribute in his honor at the Latin
stances tragic as they were
only one of the great Jewish Quarter. . . Lou was given a
in the last days of Massada.
religious authorities, Rabbeinu key to the city and a proclama-
Both rabbis have many Tam, grandson of Rashi, claims tion naming a day after him,
Luncheons — D
Dancing
learned arguments to support that one should rather commit but most important of all was
nquet Room,
their position, each quoting suicide than betray one's religion
sight of 820 people attend-
copiously from the. Bible and while all other sages maintain ing his testimonial dinner. . .
other authoritative sources, each the contrary. Had our brethren It was an evening of thorough
The Cundari reach the finest
giving his own explanations. who have fallen into Nazi hands enjoyment put on by Lou's Day-
cuisine in a • continental back-
For example, there was the acted according to Rabbi Go- light Masonic Lodge.
ground with a choice of Amer-
ican and European specialties.
case of King Saul. Rabbi Goren ren's principles—even those
Luncheon 11 a..m-3 p.m.; Din-
maintains that -"the king fell pitiful few who managed to
The University of Michigan
ners 6-10 p.m. After-Theatre
on his sword" by the comment survive the extermination camps correspondence study depart-
Snacks 'till .4 a.m.
of the Prophet Samuel. Rabbi — would not have returned, ment was established 25 years
20021 W. McNichols cor. Evergreen
For Reservations
ICE
Neriyah, however, explains the Rabbi Neriyah maintains.
ago.

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Dispute the Right to Suicide
to Avoid Revealing Secrets

WHERE TO DINE

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HERC'S

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DUBI3S BEEF BUFFET

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Paradso
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