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March 10, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-10

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THE ..DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March YO', .19 6I -- 10

Beth El's Annual
Seder on April 1

The annual congregational
Seder of Temple Beth El will be
held Saturday, April 1, 6:30 p.m.-
in the Franklin Memorial Hall.
The Seder will be conducted by
Dr. Richard C. Hertz and Rabbi
Harold D. Hahn. The music will
be rendered by the Temple
choir, under the direction of
Jason H. Tickton. Seder reserva-
tions can be mode by calling
the Temple office.

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Sephardic Community
Celebrates Purim Fest

The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will hold its an-
nual Purim Festival Celebration
9 p.m. Saturday at Congregation
Beth Abraham, 8100 W. Seven
Mile, Abe S. Abraham, president,
Arrangements for the affair are
being made by Mrs. Jack Ishbia,
festival chairman, and her 'com-
mittee. A buffet supper, consist-
ing of Oriental delicacies, will
be served, and prizes will be
awarded. The Sam Moss Trio
will supply music. •
For reservations, call Mrs.
Louis Papo, secretary, LI '7-2379.
The public is invited.

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Early Risers Offered
A.M. Chapel Service

Beth Abraham Synagogue has
added an extra weekday chapel
service 6:45 a.m. daily, an-
nounces Rabbi Israel I. Halpern,
spiritual leader of the syna-
gogue. Regular chapel services
are held 7:30 a.m. and on Sun-
days and civic holidays at 8 a.m.
For information, call Rev. J.
Mermelstein, sexton, UN 1-6696.

Bishop Pike Declares
Seeds. of Hatred Often
Planted by Churches

Bishop James A. Pike charges
that the seeds of racial and
religious hatred are often
planted by the churches them-
selves by "what they teach,
what they fail to. teach, and
what they are."
Writing in the new issue of
Look Magazine, Bishop Pike,
the Episcopal Bishop of Cali-
fornia, declared that many peo-
ple responsible for acts of hate
are church members.
"The sad and shocking truth
is that the roots of bias often
reach babk to the pulpit and
the Sunday School class," the
bishop noted.
He cited numerous examples
from religious -text books cur-
rently under study in which
anti-Semitic, anti-Catholic, and
anti-Protestant feelings can be
aroused by exaggerated or mis-
leading interpretations of the
Bible and of history. Bishop
Pike cited some distorted 'ac-
counts of the role of the Jews
in the crucifixion of Christ.
Addressing himself then to
the general problem of discrimi--
nation by church members, he
said: "It is disgraceful that
people are being barred from
neighborhoods and clubs - on a
baSis that would have barred
Jesus Himself—due in strong
measure to the influence of His
own church. It is distressing
that regular church members
are agents of segregation. And
it is shameful that the rift
of the Reformation is being
widened by some churches."

Dental Fraternity
Parents Hear Marenof

A special meeting of the Par-
ents Club, Chi Chapter, of the
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity,
will be held 8 p.m. 'Wednesday
at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Martin Naimark, 19605 Canter-
Professor Shlorno Marenof,
dean of College of Hebrew Stu-
dies of the United Hebrew
Schools, will be guest speaker.
Hostess for the evening will
include Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Mathews and Mrs. Julius Gitlin.


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