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September 14, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-14

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Several references were made
to Jewish sanction of "thera-
peutic abortion," one rabbi say-
ing that his approval of such
abortion was contingent on a
group of physicians approving
the operation.

Jewish Military
Chaplains Mark
100th Anniversary

100th anniversary of the com-
missioning of the first Jewish
chaplain in the American armed
forces was celebrated here at
the opening session of the bien-
nial, two-day convention of the
Association of Jewish Chaplains
of the Armed Forces.
The convention opened at the
memorial chapel of the United
States Merchant Marine Acade-
iny, in suburban Great Neck.
The Jewish chaplains marked the
centennial of the appointment,
on Sept. 18, 1862, of Rev. Jacob
Frankel, of Philadelphia, follow-
ing President Lincoln's signing
of a bill passed by Congress, au-
thorizing the appointment as an
army chaplain of any "regularly
ordained minister of some re-
ligious denomination."
Until that Act became law,
100 years ago, only regularly or-
dained ministers of "some Chris-
tian denomination" were eligible
to the chaplaincy.
A feature of the opening of
the convention was the presen-
tation of a Torah scroll to the
Marine Academy's memorial
chapel by Captain Joshua L.
Goldberg, retired Navy chaplain.
The Torah was accepted on be-
half of the Academy by Rear
Admiral Gordon McClintock, su-
perintendent of the academy,
and the school's chaplain, Rabbi
Hirsch E. L. Freund.
Chaplain Eugene J. Cohen, of
Arverne, N.Y., was elected presi-
dent of the Association of Jew-
ish Chaplains of the Armed
Forces at the close of the Asso-
ciation's biennial national con-
vention at Fort Hamilton.

Beth Shalom Will
Start Construction
of Sanctuary Addition

The board of directors of
Cong. Beth Shalom has formally
authorized its building commit-
tee to commence construction of
the new $400,000 sanctuary ad-
dition to its present building:
This building has been in
planning for over two years.
Its design is by the architect
Perceval Goodman.
An actual market research
study was conducted' among the
congregation to determine not
only the desired character of
the building, but also the de-
tails which the congregation
wished to see in the building.
The building committee,
headed by Albert Rosenblum
and by Oscar Kanat, is plan-
ning to start actual construc-
tion within the next two weeks.
Members of Beth Shalom will
see physical evidence of a_ start
of their new building as they
go to their High Holiday Serv-
ices to commemorate the start
of a new year.

Beth Shalom Holds
`Sukkot Workshop

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A "Sukkot Workshop" will be
held in two sessions at 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Sunday at Cong.
Beth Shalom, sponsored by the
Parent-Teacher Organization of
the synagogue's religious school.
Program chairman is Mrs.
Robert White. Instructions will
be given on how to build a sim-
ple sukkot and orders will be
taken for kits of materials for
that purpose.
Rabbi Mordecai and Dr. Irv-
ing Panush, educational direc-
tor, will speak about the tradi-
tion and celebration of this fall
festival holiday.

This is openly forbidden in
the Bible (Deuteronomy 22:5).
The commentaries group this
prohibition with many prohibi-
tions that prevent man from
erasing the divisions made by
nature in the universe. Obvious-
ly nature, by Divine Providence,
determined that there shall be
a difference between the male
and the female.
When one sex dresses in the
Clothes of the other, it is re-
garded as a defiance of the laws
of nature and the will of the
Almighty. Some sources point
to the fact that dressing the
sexes in the garb of their oppo-
site was a tactic used in some
early primitive tribes in their
magic rites. The Israelites were
prohibited from copying these
idolatrous practices.

Bnai Moshe USY
Installs Officers

Lois Welber has been in-
stalled as president of the
Cong. Bnai Moshe Senior Un-
ited Synagogue Youth. Other
officers are Diane Markle, Susan
Blum and Joel Welber. vice-
presidents; Mark. Davis, treasur-
er; Harriet Bakalar and Benee
Lieberman, secretaries.

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200 feet underground.


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7 Friday, September 14, 1962

CHICAGO. (JTA) — Rabbis
polled in Chicago were reported
in agreement that Jewish re-
ligions law sanctions abortion
when the mother's life or mental
well-being is at stake.
The poll was taken by the
Chicago Sentinel as an outgrowth
of the controversy which de-
veloped when an Arizona tele-
vision personality. Sherri Fink-
bine, sought a legal abortion
after taking Thalidomide, a drug
which was found to have caused
many births of deformed infants
in Europe. Refused a legal abor-
tion in the United States, she
went to Europe for the opera-
The Chicago rabbis said that
the embryo is nothing more than
"a limb of the mother," imtil it
is fully developed and that limbs
may be amputated, if necessary,
without violation of Jewish law.

Michigan's 9.200-mile network
of state highways represents
less than 10 per cent of the
more than 110.000 miles of all
Morris Brandwine, chairman types of roads in the state but
of the building fund campaign of carries one-half of all the traf-
Cong. Bnai David in Southfield, fic.
has announced that the pre-
campaign efforts of his commit-
tee enabled him to kick-off the
campaign with almost 50 per cent
In a recent
of the $600,000 goal already
T h e announcement 'o f the
we erroneously stated
amount was made at a cook-out
that we were direct
kick-off rally which was held on
the congregation's grounds on
writers for Lloyds.
Southfield Road. The cook-out
Our apologies to
was attended by over 400 people
from the congregation. The pro-
anyone to whom
gram was chaired by. Max Sosin,
we may have
chairman of the advisory cabinet
committee. Harold Soble, presi-
excited interest.
dent of the congregation, ex-
plained the facilities that will be
Remarks were delivered by
Rabbi Hayim Donin, spiritual

Bnai David Half-Way
to Goal at Start of
Building-Fund Drive


Chicago Rabbis Sanction Abortion I Dress According to Sex
Jewish law prohibits men to
as women and for women
When Mother's Life Is Endangered dress
to dress as men.

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