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February 08, 1963 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -

Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish
Shule Pupils Donate to Histadrut

Speaking for his classmates at the Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish Shule, fourth grade student Howard Eder (left)
"We, the younger generation, also wish to participate in the
Histadrut campaign." The pupils collected $106.'75 in nickels,
dimes and quarters. On hand for the presentation, from left,
were Howard, Movsas Goldoftas, princinal; Norman Cottler,
Histadrut treasurer; Morris Lieberman, Histadrut chairman; and
David Shapiro, second grade student.



Viable Orthodoxy Will Gather Her
Wayward Children Dr. Jakobovits

Those who have foresaken
Orthodox Judaism will return
to the fold as surely as did
Rachel's_ children, "no matter
how long and bitter the wait-
ing," predicts Rabbi Dr. Im-
manuel Jakobovits.
He spoke at the Silver Jubi-

Trees Will Insure
Future of Israel's
New Generation

The planting of trees in
Israel is fast becoming a fa-
miliar sight but still is a
source of fascination to young-
sters (above) who follow their
growth with curiosity and in-
terest. The trees, says Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion
are insurance for the future
of Israel's youngest genera-
tion. According to plans
worked out by Joseph Weitz,
Israel's outstanding author-
ity on afforestation and head
of the Colonization Depart-
ment of the Jewish National
Fund, more than 800,000,000
trees have been planted to
carry out the gigantic project
of the Prime Minister. Ben-
Gurion has said, "We must
reach a point where we shall
plant millions of trees every
year."

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lee Banquet of the Vaad Hara-
bonim (Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Detroit) and its lay
group, the Merkaz, Wednesday
night at Cobo Hall.
The spiritual leader of New
York's Fifth Avenue Synagogue
and former Chief Rabbi of Ire-
land was received enthusi-
astically by an audience of more
than 400 persons.
Rabbi Jakobovits said that
a defection from traditional
concepts has left the tree of
Judaism bereft of its fruit
and foliage, but that new life
begins to spring in its roots.
"Something is astir in the
Jewish world," he said. "The
tide has begun to turn."
He cited Detroit's Vaad Hara-
bonim as a "responsible, , dedi-
cated and united" bastion of
traditional values viable in this
modern age. The regeneration
and rejuvenation of Jewish life
on the horizon, he said, will
give proof that Orthodoxy is
the "true and authentic Juda-
ism" and that other forms are
carbon copies.
Rabbi Jakobovits intimated
that the Conservative and Re-
form movements are "mutila-
tors of Judaism and the sanctity
of Torah."
A massive reawakening will
occur, he said, that Orthodoxy
is "the living Judaism, the
Judaism which will survive."
Rabbi Jakobovits cited the
fact that there are. today 60,000
students in Jewish day schools
in the United States. He added,
too, that the re-embrace of tra-
ditionalism is not limited to this
country. There are more chil-
dren learning Torah in France
today, he said, than there were
in that country in the 12th
century.
The 25th anniversary ban-
quet honored Rabbi Joshua
Sperka, spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greenfield.
His son, Shlomo, paid tribute
to his father and presented
him a citation on behalf of
the Vaad Harabonim a n d
Merkaz. It commended his
devotion and service to the
cause of Orthodox Jewry in
the community for more than
30 years.
Included among the tele-
grams of congratulations were
those from Mayor Jerome P.
Cavanagh and Governor George
Romney. A letter from Merkaz
President David J. Cohen, who
could not attend due to illness,
praised Rabbi Sperka for his
leadership and example.
Judge Nathan Kaufman
served as toastmaster. Rabbi
Isaac Stollman introduced the
speaker.

Libyan Jewry
The Jewish Community of
Libya today numbers some 3,500
persons, most of them residing
in Tripoli and Benghazi. Some
33,000 Jews left Libya for Israel
when the North African state
gained its independence in 1951.

Hebrew Academy PTA Elect Gorge President of Gemiluth Chassodim
Benoit Gorge has been elected man, secretaries; Siegfried Cahn
Will Present Rabbi
president of Cong. Gemiluth and Max Marx, honorary presi-
Bernstein at Banquet
Chassodim. Other officers are dents; Max Blum, Herman

The Hebrew Academy Par-
ent-Teacher Association will
hold its sixth anniversary ban-
quet 6:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at the
Rainbow Terrace, announces
Mrs. David Dombey, chairman.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Louis Bern-
stein, rabbi of
Young Israel
of Windsor
Park, B a y-
side, N.Y. He
is an instruc-
tor at the
Yeshivah Uni-
versity High
School an
e ducationai
director o.
Camp Nassad
Dingman':
Ferry, Pa
Rabbi Bern
stein is also
editor of the Rabbi Bernstein
Rabbinical Council Record and
is a member of the executive
board of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America.
Also featured will be Cantor
Hyman Adler of Cong. Bnai
David, humorist Max Sosin and
Zan Gilbert and his orchestra.
Assisting Mrs. Dombey are
Mesdames David Greenbaum,
Louis Penfil, Charles Levi,
Arthur Chaims, Milton Schloss,
Frank Lowenberg.
For reservations, call LI
8-8020.

Morritz Marx, vice-president; Dobay, Menashe Haar, Alfred
Moritz Katzman, treasurer; Heilbronner, John Hurtig, Otto
Larry Nedelman, Lou Leser- Kaufman, David I. Lieberman,
Herman Strassburger, Fred
Hopfeld, board members; and
Temple Beth Jacob
Sigmund Lowenthal and Her-
Holds Music Program man Stark, honorary board
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac members.
will present a Jewish Music
Month program featuring the
Habonim Dance Company, di-
rected by Shaul Rosenfield, fol-
lowing Sabbath services 8:30 p.m.
today. The Israeli program is
being presented under the aus-
pices of the congregation's adult
education committee.

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