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January 18, 1963 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-18

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Spur Seminary National Enrollment Designate Monthand Sabbath for Vaad Harabottim
deliver the main address at the
Spiritual leaders are address- audience.
Plan at Conservative Sessions
Dr. ImManu al Jakobovits, banquet, David J. Cohen, presi-
ing their various congregations

Addressing a statewide gath-
ering of 100 Conservative syna-
gogue leaders at Shaarey Zedek,
Sunday, Simon Greenberg, vice-
chancellor of the Jewish. Theo-
logical Seminary, declared that
"Judaism has lived in spite of
persecution, not because of it"
and that to think otherwise "is
an insult to Torah."
In a tribute of Shaarey Ze-
dek's new edifice, the Seminary
scholar said it was a "monu-
mental structure which symbo-
lizes that Judaism can flourish
under liberty."
Speaking on "The Local Syna-
gogue and the World Jewish
Scene," Greenberg reminded
the luncheon assemblage that a
community grows in proportion

Criticize Actions
of 2 Israeli Officials
in Dealing with Soblen

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
cabinet approved a report of the
Ministerial Committee which
blamed two senior government
officials for "inconsiderate ac-
tion on their own responsibili-
ties" in connection with the de-
portation of the late Robert
Soblen, the convicted American
spy who committed suicide in
London after his deportation
from Israel.
The officials, who were not
named but were identified as
officials of the Foreign Min-
istry and Prime Minister's Of-
fice respectively, were said to
have acted in good faith to serve
their ministers who were not
consulted on the expulsion. The
ministers 'concerned, however,
were requested to warn the offi-
cials that overzealousness in the
future without prior consulta-
tion will result in their bearing
responsibility for their actions.
The report found that
Soblen's detention was lawful
since he arrived under a broth-
er's forged passport, that he had
two weekdays and a Saturday
in which his lawyer — whom he
was able to choose immediately
on arrest — was able to seek a
writ of habeas corpus to stay
the expulsion.
The police notfied Soblen
that he was to be deported only
at 10 o'clock Saturday evening
because of the Sabbath and also
to lessen the tension beween the
notification of his expulsion and
the time of departure in view
of his poor health, the report
stated. On hearing the order,
Soblen broke into hysterics,
banged his head against the
wall, and since jail regulations
do not permit outside contact
between 6 p.m. and 8 a.m., he
was unable to contact his lawyer
before his deportation early on
Sunday morning, the report
continued.
The report categorically de-
nied that force was used to get
Soblen onto the plane or that
extradition negotiations took
place with United States au-
thorities. The report stressed
that when American Ambassa-
dor Walworth Barbour asked
Pr e m i e r Ben-Gurion about
Soblen, he was told this was
purely an internal matter. The
report strongly denied that Is-
rael asked for an American to
accompany Soblen, U.S. Marshal
McShane or anyone else.
Neither at the air p o r t nor
throughout the plane journey to
Athens nor during the stop-
over, nor on board the second
plane did McShane approach
Soblen or sit alongside him, the
report emphasized.

Ghana's Anthem Arranged
and Recorded in Israel
The new Ghanaian National
Anthem has been arranged by
an Israel composer and record-
ed for use in Ghana by the
Symphony Orchestra of Kol
Israel, the national broadcast-
ing service.

to what its concept of commu-
nity is. He said that Conserva-
tive Judaism ranks among the
largest single movements in
America and that. the Jewish
Theological Seminary, which is
its fountainhead, has an all-
embracing program that has
made significant and lasting con-
tributions to American civiliza-
tion and culture.
Citing as examples the work
of the Conference on Science,
Philosophy and Religion, the
"Eternal Light" radio and tele-
vision series, and the Institute
for Religious and Social Studies,
Greenberg cautioned that "these
are not gadgets for fund-raising,
but instruments to prevent Ju-
daism from becoming a dried-up
fossil in American Civilization."
He also pointed out that the
Conservative movement, through
its Schocken Institute, Jerusa-
lem Student Center and other
Israeli activities, is "an all-Zion-
ist movement."
Dr. Greenberg concluded his
address by stressing the ethical
implication of the National En-
rollment Plan, which consti-
tuted the principle theme of the
conference. "The importance of
this plan is that you are part of
a great national and interna-
tional movement," he declared.
Jacob Stein, of Great Neck,
Long Island, appeared on the
conference program with Dr.
Greenberg and presented
plaques to presidents of the six
congregations in Michigan which
have adopted the National En-
rollment Plan. In addition to
Detroit, leaders from Ann Ar-
bor, Bay City, Benton Harbor,
Flint, Grand Rapids, Livonia,
Pontiac and Saginaw were rep-
resented with delegations. David
Stfran was conference chair-
man. His co-chairmen were Max
Goldsmith and T. George Stern-
berg.

on kashruth in Sabbath sermons spiritual leader of New York's dent of Merkaz, is co-chairman
in observance of Vaad Hara- Fifth Avenue Synagogue, will of the 25th anniversary affair.
bonim Month, announced Rabbi
Issac Stollman.
The month, beginning Jan. 19,
will be mark-
ed by special,„
tributes to the ''74-
traditions anOs.
role of the
Vaad Harabo-k
nim (Council'>
of Orthodox h.
Rabbis in the
PURE BEEF
community.
Plump, Juicy
The Council
has called for
Bursting with Flavor
the support of Rabbi Stollman
Enjoy Superior
the community in advance of
Wilno Kosher Salami
the Silver Jubilee Banquet to
and Bologna too!
be held by the Council and
At Leading
Merkaz on Feb. 6 at Cobo Hall.
Delicatessens,
A Council statement also
Supermarkets and
urged that congregations de-
Restaurants.
signate the Shabbos Parshe
Sh'mos (Jan. 19) as Vaad Hara-
bonim Sabbath. A public meet-
ing will be held by the Council
and Merkaz 8 p.m. Monday at
Northwest Young Israel, 17376
SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF - BOLOGNA
Wyoming.
Rabbi Nehemiah Katz of To-
ledo and Rabbi Samuel Stoll- JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit Tel: UN 2-5822
Distributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
man of Windsor will address the

Javits, 7 Other Leaders
to Be Honored by Seminary
U. S. Senator Jacob K. Javits

of New York and seven promin-
ent Jewish communal leaders
will be honored by the Jewish
Thelogical Seminary of America
in Miami Beach, Feb. 25.
Senator Javits will receive the
honorary degree of Doctor of
Laws at a special convoction to
be held at Temple Emanu-El,
where he will be cited for his
"humanitarian legislation."
The convocation program will
feature the Fourth Annual Sam-
uel Friedland Lecture, which
will be delivered by Dr. Max
Arzt, vice-chancellor of the Sem-
inary, and Israel Goldstein, Pro-
fessor of Practical Theology.
Following the program, a con-
vocation dinner will be held at
the Miami Beach Auditorium,
where the guests of honor will
be communal figures who have
been designated to receive the
Seminary's National Community
Service Award.
The designees for the 1963
Award include: Mark A. Levy of
Toronto, Maurice Levin of New
York, Joseph M. Lipton of Miami
Beach, Alexander Rumpler of
Providence, R. I., Irving
Schwartz of Newton, Mass., Louis
Silver of Rockaway Park, N. Y.,
and Harry Silverberg of Winni-
peg.

Dr. Barahl to Lecture
at Shaarey Shomayim

A lecture by Dr. George Ba-
rahl, professor of educational
and clinical psychology at Wayne
State University, will be . pre-
sented 8:30 p.m. Feb. 5 at Cong.
Shaarey Shomayin, 14200 W. Ten
Mile, Oak Park, under the aus-
pices of the men's club, sister-
hood and PTA.
Barahl will speak on "Raising
Mentally Healthy Children." He
will be introduced by Rabbi Leo
Goldman. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited,
free of charge, according to
Philip Schonberger, president
of the men's club.

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