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October 27, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek Will Present N.J. Rabbis Clash
Dr. Greenberg in Weekend Series Over Effectiveness

Dr. Simon. Greenberg, vice
chancellor bf the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, will be the
featured speaker at the second
of the series of "Great Week-
_ ends" to be
held at Cong
Shaarey Ze-
dek on Nov.
4 and 5.
In a series
of three :Pre-
sentations, Dr.
Greenberg will
ekplore the
"C o nservative
Approach to
The Relation-
ship of Dia-
spora To The
State Of Isra-
el," "The Con-
servative Con-i]agfr
cept Of .God" Dr. Greenberg
and the "Conservative Approach
To The Law and Jewish Prac-
tice."
Dr. Greenberg's first pre-
sentation will be at services on
Sabbath morning, Nov. 4. His
second presentation will be at
a social gathering on Saturday
evening at 8:30. His concluding
presentation will be at a ser-
vice and brunch on Sunday
morning. The Sunday morning
service will begin at 10 a.m.,
- with the actual presentation
schedUled for 11:15 a.m.
Dr.. Greenberg, who is also

United Synagogue
Will Plan Code of
Leaders' Standards

A code of minimum personal
standards of religious practice
for lay leaders of synagogues is
expected to be offered at the
biennial • con-
vention of the
United Syna-
gogue of Amer-
ica next month.
The conven-
tion will be
held at the
Concord Motel
in Kiamesha
Lake, N. Y.,
Nov. 12 - 16.
United Syna-
gogue presi-
dent Bernath
L. Jacobs .of
Philadelphia
said the con-
vention, whose
theme is "Tor-
Jacobs ah: A Blue-
print For Our Lives,"- will re-
view the code of standards of
synagogue practice adopted in
1957. The code provides. for:
A an on games of chance for
synagogue fund-raising; stand-
ards of dignity at bar-mitzvahs,
weddings and funerals; a ban
on - inter-congregational raiding
covering both members and
staff; the authority of the rabbi
as arbiter on matters of religion;
and disciplinary measures. -

vice president of Faculties of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, was Rabbi of Har Zion
Temple of Philadelphia for
over 20 years. He is the author
of "Living As A Jew Today,"
and the "Ideals And Values Of
The Jewish Prayer Book."
Admission to all sessions will
be free. The public is invited.
In order that provisions may be
made for refreshments for Sat-
urday evening sand brunch for
Sunday morning, Henry Aus-
lander, chairman, requests that
those , planning to attend con-
tact the Synagogue Office, TY
8-2828, to arrange for reserva-
tions. No reservations are nec-
essary for the Sabbath' morning
service.

of Suburban Service

NEWARK, (JTA) — A South
Orange rabbi challenged . a col-
league who deprecated the
spiritual quality of synagogues
transferring to suburban areas,
asserting that what' counted was
not the locality "but the people
and their leadership."
Rabbi Louis M. Levitsky came
to the defense of suburban con-
gregations in reply to a state-
ment by Rabbi Gershon Winer.
who said at a conference re-
cently that "the suburban con-
greation has not played the role
it should in transmitting the
high values of the past" and
that the suburban synagogue "i
a' Social center rather t
spiritual force."
Rabbi Levitsk
Dr. Petuchowski Will gation Shal
s one of t
ngregations which
many el
Deliver 3rd Lecture have
ed to suburbia, replied
tha
at Rabbi Winer had said
in Beth El Series
ld as easily app to an
Rabbi Jacob J. Petuchowski,
ban synagogue as t
associate professor of rabbini
ban one."
at the Hebrew Union Coll
He saic
co:re-
Jewish Institute of Religion,
gation m e•
eut Orang
be guest lecturer in the th
"everyth gin ou eligious •
a series of four prese
has bee gro •oth in
er-
8:30 p.m. Monday - at
e ex-
sity an in intensity '
Beth El.
amples, Rabbi L
sky cited
Rabbi Samuel Sand
the fact that
congregation
vost of the Hebrew U
had estab •
a "six-year pro-
lege-Jewish Institute of
r elementary school,
gram
and professor of Bible a
e intensified Hebrew pro-
lenistic literature at its Cincin- gram, and the largest religious
nati school, will deliver the con- high school classes in our his-
tory."
cluding lecture on Nov. 6.

Conservative Delegates Meet to Discuss United
Synagogue Biennial on Torah
t

Representatives of Detroit. M .
region cony tion
Pontiac area Conservative syna-
it the
en-
gogues will meet at 9:30
ing session dire ed to the
Sunday, at Cong. Bnai
e to theme of the Biennial: " rah,
consider aspects of
e forth- a Blue Print e r our Liv
coming United Sy
ogue Bien-
Conven •
will
nial.
e Cone
Hotel,
The Sisterhoo
12-16.
epresenta:
will host the r
the Detroit
a brunch to b
ions are expected
reception loun
T. George St
City, president o
Region, will meet with repre-
sentatives from the eight con- - BETH YEHUDAH
servative congregations in this
SCHOOLS ANNUAL
area to discuss the larger issues
DINNER SHOW
which confront the Conserva-
tive movement in America.
SUN., OCT. 29, Latin Quarter
Wilbur Stein chairman of the

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