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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 5, 19 63

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Schwartz to Head
Mizrachi Hatzair
Collegiate Group

Levin and Kripke New Topical Approach to Jewish Rubin-Feldman
Vows EAchanged
Authors of `God,' Scriptures in 'The Living Bible'
Judaism Story' for Use in Reform. Jewish Schools

In "The Living Bible—A Top -I have been used in the rendition
ical Approach to the Jewish of the biblical text, the book
Scriptures," published by the having apeared before the new
Union of American Hebrew revised- JPS t r a nsla lion was
Congregations, two authors, He- available.
brew Union College Professor
This is a very extensive work,
Sylvan D. Schwartzman and with hundreds of quotations,
Rabbi Jack D. Spiro of Anshe with scores of explanatory
Emet Memorial Temple, present notes, with scholarly approaches
"a new method • of teaching that make this work one of
Bible in the Reform program of prime importance in Bible
education."
teaching in Reform schools.
This textbook deals with basic
This is primarily a textbook
Meyer Levin Dorothy Kripke questions raised by students, for Reform Jewish schools, but
such as "Why Study the Bible?," others will find its approach in-
Two well known authors, "Who is God?," "Does God Have teresting. It is informative and
Meyer Levin, one of the most a Favorite P e o p l e?," "Who promises to bring the good re-
prominent Jewish novelists and Wrote the Bible?," "Is the Bible sults predicted for it.
playwrights, and Dorothy Kripke, True?," "Why is There Evil in
author of children's books, have the World?" and many others.
collaborated in writing another
The work was completed after
,f
7
noteworthy book in the Jewish observations were made by the , 7 ,
Heritage Series.
UAHC Commision on Jewish /
Their "God and the Story of Education which includes Rabbi
Judaism," published by Behr- Leon Fram of DetrOit.
It is pointed out by the au-
man House (1261 Broadway,
N1.7 1), teaches Jewish children thors that such an approach
about God and their faith, Jew- "serves to stimulate greater in-
ish ethics, the way of life, terest in the Bible itself as well
as transmit more extensive
prayer and the synagogue.
Toby K. Kurzband, a New knowledge of its contents;" that
York City school principal, was it "contributes to a better under-
the general editor of the book. standing of the nature of bibli-
Richly illustrated, this book had cal literature and the process of
Stephen Kraft as its art editor its creation and transmission as
and the illustrations are by Reform Judaism views it."
The Jewish Publication So-
Lorence F. Bjorklund.
In their description of "How ciety's 1917 translation, "with
Judaism Began," the authors modifications suggested by the
explain how people began by Revised Standard Version,"
believing in many gods, Abra-
ham's understanding of the Kasle Presses for
idea of One God, Judaism's in-
structions about God who cre- Action to Assure
MISS FERN EcKHOUSE
ated the world and all things Full School Days
in it.
Laonard Kasle on Monday The engagement of Fern Eck-
The order that was brought assumed the presidency of the . house to Robert Wallack has
to the world through the in- Detroit Board of Education by been announced. The bride-elect
spiration of the One God idea pressing for action to assure is the daughter of Mrs. Rita Eck-
and the special gifts that were f u 11 school
house and the late Julius Eck-
given to man—to read and write days for De-
house. Her fiance is the son of
and create— are part of this tro it's chil-
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wallack of
story. dren.
Oak Park. A Nov. 19 wedding
Kasle urges
Ethical teachings, the role of
is planned.
learning, the way of choosing a new election
what is right, the meting out to act on an
Post Office Seeks
of justice—in these approaches incr e a s e d
Cooperation in Start
the authors rely upon the tradi- school tax
tions of a true brotherhood for 1 e v y. While
of New Zoning Plan
his plans are
the world.
In a ceremony held in the
The right way of honesty, re- meeting with
lobby of the new General Post
pentance and forgiveness, the cool recep-
Office Monday, Raymond T.
teachings of the great Jewish tions from his
Perring, president of the
folklorists, prayer and study as board mem-
Greater Detroit Board of Com-
part of inspirational praying, bers, there is
merce, joined Postmaster Ed-
supplement the authors' evalu- in evidence a
ward L. Zaker in officially wel-
ations which are brought up to campaign to
coming to the city the nimble
Kasle
date to appeal 'to youth in the back him up
and smiling cartoon symbol - of
in efforts to rescue the school the Post Office's new ZIP (Zon-
modern era.
Noted personalities a n d system from reduced sessions. ing Improvement Plan) Code
their contributions to Jewish
program.
learning, to science, to world
While Mr. ZIP was receiving
affairs, are among the sub-
his official welcome at 10 a.m.
jects reviewed.
in the General Post Office, De-
Questions to think about and
troit's 2,000 letter carriers, their
to be addressed to parents add
satchels emblazoned with the
to the book's value as a guide
sprightly figure of Mr. ZIP,
for an understanding of Jewish
were already out on the streets
values.
July 1— To Mr. and Mrs. delivering personalized instruc-
Leonard Warsh (Joanne Par- tions to every home and busi-
Island Lure
ness establishment in the city,
Evidence of Michigan's first due), of 24453 Roanoke, Oak advising each resident of his
Park,
a
daughter,
Debra
Beth.
inhabitants — the mound build-
* *
ZIP-Code number and urging
ers — may still be seen on
June 25 — To Dr. and Mrs. him hereafter to put ZIP in his
Beaver Island, 32 miles from
Gaylord Alexander (Sally Ruth address.
Charlevoix.
The 5-digit ZIP-Code number
Allan), a d a u g h t e r, Karen
for Detroit postal patrons is
Lynne.
Recommended by Physicians
* * *
482, plus the present zone num-
June 24—To Mr. and Mrs. ber; with single .digit zones,
Harold Goodman (Harriet Gold- such. as 9, written 09. For ex-
baum), 24110 Scotia, Oak Park, ample, the ZIP-Code number
for all residents of Zone 21
a daughter, Edie Joyce.
Expert Mohel

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is 48221.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Postmaster Zaker pointed out
June 16—To Mr. and Mrs.
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Allan Rose (Brenda Jerris), the ZIP-Code should appear on
24784 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a the last line of both the address
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
and the return address of mail,
daughter, Laurie Ann.
* * *
following the state, rather than
RABBI
June 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Neil between the city and state as
J. Benjamin (Judi Siegel), 24656 was formerly the case with the
Rensselaer, Oak Park, a son, postal zone numbers.
Postmaster General J. Ed-
Scott David.
FE 4-8266
FE 4-4149
* *
ward Day has described the
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
June 13—To Mr. and Mrs. ZIP-Code system as "the most
Charles J. Reich (Sally Ann far - reaching overhauling of
Cohen), 20538 Plainview, a United States mail distribution
REV.
in 175 years of Post Office his-
daughter, Renee Beth.
• *
tory." He predicts that full op-
June 8 — To Mr. and Mrs. eration of the new five-digit
MOHEL
Arnold M. Gold (Sharon Wein- ZIP-Code will speed inter-city
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
berg), a daughte r, Lauren deliveries by as much as 24
DI 1-9909
hours.
Cheryl.

Eckhouse-tiTallack
Toni Announced

g3trtk
An nou ncements

RABBI
LEO GOLDMAN

MRS. HARVEY RUBIN

Donna Feldman was wed to
Harvey Rubin in a recent
afternoon do LI b l e-ring cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler at the Sh er a to n-
Cadillac Hotel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Feld-
man of Kentucky Ave. and Mr.
and Mrs. I. Rubin.
The bride wore a gown with
a barque bodice of chantilly
lace, an oval neckline and long
tapered sleeves. C i r c l e t s of
pearls traced the rose pattern
of the lace. The bouffant skirt
of silk organza over taffeta
belled in watteau pleats and
spread to a court train. A
crown of jeweled lace held her
tiered veil of illusion. She car-
ried white orchids and stepha-
notis on her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Sidney Young served
her sister as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Judi Tann,
Rozi Radner, Phyllis Rubin and
Mrs. R oh er t Epstein. Sheryl
Young, niece of the bride, was
flower girl.
Arthur Rubin was best man.
Ushers were Sidney Young,
David Jordan, Ray Sneider and
Robert Epstein.
The newlyweds departed for
a Florida honeymoon and will
reside on Greenfield Rd. upon
their return.

Dr Klein to Head
Zionist Branch 7

Branch Seven, Labor Zionist
Organization, elected: president,
Dr. William Klein; program
chairman, Celia Dunn; treas-
urer, Seymour Matenky; record-
ing secretary, Lorraine Tannis;
corresponding secretary, Doro-
thy Kikoler; Jewish Commnity
Council representative, Henry
Faigin; Labor Zionist Council
representatve, Dena G. Green-
berg; publicity, Irving Green-
berg.

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Rev. Marshall Goldman,
youth director of Mizrachi Hat-
zair, announces the appointment
of Avraham Schwartz as acting
chairman of a newly formed
inter-collegiate group.
Schwartz, a recent graduate
of the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
High School, is a former leader
at Camp Mochavah in Wildrose,
Wis.
The tradition of inviting
guests to one's home for the
Sabbath will once again be put
into practice, when the Inter-
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Another goal set for Mizrachi
Hatzair will be to ship color
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An inter-city convention is
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zair of Cleveland and Detroit.
Inter-Collegiate of Mizrachi
Hatzair will consist of boys and
girls between the ages of 16-22.
Anyone interested in joining
is invited to attend a meeting
July 7, 8 p.m., at the home of
Debbie Baumer, 18327. Wilde-
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