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February 08, 1963 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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Beth El Will Hold Glazer Institute
on Judaism for Christian Clergy

New York Rabbis
Endorse Court Ban
on School Prayers

Temple Beth El, in associa- Rev. Russell Kerr of the First
tion with the Detroit Council of Congregational Church and New York Board of Rabbis,
concluding its 82nd annual
Churches, will hold its 21st an- Rabbi Hertz.
meeting, "warmly" endorsed
nual B. Benedict Glazer Insti-
At the afternoon session, 1:30
tute on Judaism for Christian p.m., Bishop Marshall R. Reed the Supreme Court's ruling
clergymen of Metropolitan De- of the Methodist Church, will banning official school prayers
troit, Feb. 15.
preside and the guest lecturer as unconstitutional, and de-
At the morning session, at will be Rabbi Leon I. Feuer, clared that such prayers are
10, Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, sen- spiritual leader of The Colling- "a disservice to the cause of
ior rabbi of Temple Beth El,
wood Avenue Temple in Toledo religion."
will give the
Other board resolutions urged
and vice-president of the Cen-
tral Conference of American the United States that it "in-
and The Rev
Rabbis. His topic will be "Per- sist" on direct peace negotia-
Selwyn Smith,
sisting Patterns of Jewish Reli- tions between the Arab states
executive sec-
and Israeli; requested amend-
gious Thought."
retary of the
The Institute on Judaism was ment of the New York State
Detroit Asso-
established in 1943 by the late law on closing of business on
ciation of
Sundays so that Sabbatarians
B. Benedict Glazer.
Arne r i can
may do business on Sundays;
urged liberalization of the New
Reform Rabbis Say
Churches,. will
York State divorce law "to pro-
preside. 'The
vide additional grounds for
Racial Equality Is
guest lecturer
divorce"; and called for closer
will be Rabbi
Slow in Coming
cooperation with the Jewish
Julius Mark,
senior rabbi
United States, in a statement
o f Temple
calling for special observance Baltimore Temple Will
Emanu -El of
Saturday of Race Relations Build Own Sanctuary
New York and
Sabbath, took issue with the
Rabbi Mark
BALTIMORE, (JTA ) —Templ e
president of
the Synagogue Council of Amer- slow pace at which the Ameri- Beth Sholom, a suburban Reform
ica. His topic will be "Christian- can people are moving toward congregation which has been
ity and Judaism — Similarities the achievement of "true racial holding services at the Pasadena
Methodist Church here since its
and Differences."
Noting that 1963 is the 100th establishment two years ago, has
At the noon luncheon session,
Rabbi Harold D. Hahn, assistant anniversary of President Lin- purchased a six-acre site with a
rabbi of Temple Beth El, will coln's action in declaring the two-story residence to be used as
give the invocation and The Negro to be a free American, interim quarters until construe-
.Rev. G. Merrill Lenox, execu- the Reform rabbis declared that Lion can begin on a new building.
tive director of the Detroit "the Negro should not be forced
Council of Churches, will pre- to wait for a second Emancipa-
side. Greetings will be given by tion Proclamation to achieve
The Rev. Robert Bodine of the his complete freedom."
Metropolitan Methodist Church,
"Schools and housing remain
The Rev. Fulton Bradley of the highly segregated, employment
Tabernacle Baptist Church, The opportunities remain limited,
while in some Southern com-
munities the fundamental right
Friends of West Coast to the ballot is denied to citi-
Talmudical Seminary to zens because of their race,"
rabbis declared.
Hear Dean Wasserman the The
statement was issued by
Rabbi Simcha Wasserman, the Committee on
Justice and
dean of the
Peace of the Central Confer-
West Coast
ence of America rabbis. The
Talmudic al
Central Conference, with head-
Seminary in
quarters at 40 W. 68th St., New
L o s Angeles,
York, is the rabbinical organ-
will address
ization of the Reform branch
the Annual
of Judaism and has a member-
ship of over 800 spiritual lead-
Melaveh Malka
given by the
ers in the United States and
Canada. The Committee on Jus-
Friends of the
tice and Peace is headed by
Seminary 8:30
Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin of
p.m. Saturday
Temple Beth Emeth of Brook-
at the North-
lyn, N.Y.
west Young
Taking cognizance of the fact
Israel, 17 3 7 6
that most major religious or-
ganizations have issued resolu-
tions at the national level call-
dean of Yeshi-
ing for an end to racial in-
vath Beth Ye- Wasserman
equality, the rabbis expressed
hudah in Detroit, he is the keen disappointment at "the
founder of the west coast in- limited impact" which these
stitution. Reservations may be resolutions have made.
made by calling Mrs. Celia
Bresler, WE 1-0203, Mrs. Raye
When food runs short, discord
Kaplan, Mrs. I. Notis, Mrs. knocks and enters the home.
Arthur Selmar, or Mrs. L. Thay.
—Baba Metzia 59.


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Orthodox Women Ask Rabbis Designate
February 16 as Kashruth Sabbath

The Women's Branch of the Part of the Kashruth cam-
Union of Orthodox Congrega- paign being carried on during
tions has addressed a letter to the month of February will be a
all Detroit rabbis asking them 0. U. Kosher Food exhibit day
to designate Feb. 16 as Kash- with packages and prizes of
ruth Sabbath and to devote kosher foods being exhibited
their sermons to this subject. and given away to purchasers in
The Women's Branch of the local grocery stores on Feb. 28.
Union is attempting to bring
Mrs. Joshua Sperka is chair-
back to Detroit women a reali- man of the Kashruth campaign
zation of their responsibility in in the Detroit area. On her com-
re-introducing Kashruth into mittee are Mesdames David Dom-
their homes. Rabbis are being, bey, David J. Cohen, Harry Por-
asked to stress this responsibil- tnoy, Hayim Donin, Joel Litke
ity to their women worshippers. and Sonia Ribiat.

See and taste how oodles of
onion flavor makes these snap_
apart matzohs a welcome
change from bread . . go
hand-in-hand with soups, fish,
main .dishes! The snack su-
preme gives new life and
delicate zest to dips and

Oltion flavor does it!


• • • • .

Makes a great side dis

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"Sleep my child, sleep .
and some clay you
will grow up to know torah, good deeds, and
electronic engineering."


Oayenu Prodvettens

Goes with meat, with dairy, with every meal.
Goes with every member of the family.
Goes with such speed, they're gone before you can say
"Heinz Kosher Beans are strictly vegetarian,

strictly nutritious, strictly the tastiest,
time-savingest side dish you ever dished up."


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