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September 06, 1963 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-06

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Service Group Plans Stag Day, Board Elections

Pontiac representatives are Abe
Harvey Willens, Nominating Day on Wednesday at Knoll- Lapides
and Irving Steinman.
Committee Chairman, has pre- wood Country Club.
Members of the Nominating Com-
Of the 105 members, 33 are mittee are: Herbert A. Aronsson,
sented a slate of 33 members at
E. Frank, Warren D. Green-
large and two representatives of elected by the membership-at- Arnold
stone, John Isaacs, Harry T. Madi-
son,
Jules
Mehler and Richard
the city of Pontiac for member- large; 66 by the seven trade and
ship on the Board of Directors professional divisions; two rep- Sloan.
Miss Esther R. Prussian is Direc-
of the Detroit Service Group, resentatives from Pontiac; two tor of the Detroit Service Group.
year round organization of Al- from the Junior Division, and
lied Jewish Campaign workers. two from the Metropolitan and
The election will take place at Organizations Division.
the Service Group's annual Stag
The Board of Directors will
elect the officers at the first The Religious Issue in Israel
meeting following the biennial Editor, The Jewish News:
meeting.
SAY .. .
I have followed with interest
Past presidents of the Detroit and disgust the news reports on
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Service Group who are automatic-
ally directors are: Mrs. Joseph H. the visit of American Orthodox
Ehrlich, who was President of the leaders to Israel, the latest of
WITH A GIFT BASKET
Detroit Service Group before the
MADE TO YOUR ORDER!
Federation Women's Division was which I read in, The Jewish
founded and is the only woman News Aug. 30 issue. The warn-
member, Harvey H. Goldman, Jack ings issued by these rabbis
Your choke of fruits, wines,
0. Lefton, Milton K. Mahler, and
Gus D. Newman.
against the dangers of the Con-
liqueurs, candies, delicacies.
Allied Jewish Campaign Chairmen
who are automatically directors are: servative movement are but a
ALSO NOT TOO LATE TO
Maurice Aronsson, Louis Berry, reflection of the narrow-mind-
Abraham Borman, Irwin I. Cohen, edness which is the real villain
ORDER YOUR PERSONALIZED
Max M. Fisher, Charles H Gershen-
son,
Joseph Holtzman, Ab
e Kasle, in the religious crisis of Israel.
NEW YEAR CARDS!
John E. Lurie, Nate S. Shapero,
Anybody who numbers among
Leonard N. Simons, Abraham Srere,
and Paul Zuckerman.
his friends a large group of
Nominees for Members-at-Large
are: Marvin G. Alexander, Harry B. Isiaelis realizes that the prob-
Aronow, Herbert A. Aronsson, Dr. lem is not one of keeping Jews
Abraham Becker, Sidney J. Bertm,
Louis G. Blumberg, Tom Borman, Orthodox—it's by and large too
Paul Broder, Peter B. Copeland, Sol late for that—but (1) of allow-
Eisenberg, Arnold E. Frank, Irving
Goldberg, Irwin Green, Samuel J. ing nonorthodox but nonethe-
Greenberg, Lewis S. Grossman, Ar- less devoted Jews the possibil-
thur Howard, John Isaacs, Sidney
SDD - SDM
their reli-
J_ Karbel, George D. Keil, Isaac ity of expression of
utwak, Milton J. Miller, Harold S. gious feelings and (2) of pre-
LI 1-4428—LI 1-9575
Norman, Max J. Pincus, Hyman venting Israeli Orthodox leaders
Safran, Max M. Shaye, Richard
24695 Coolidge at 10 Mile Rd.
Sloan, Emil T. Stern, George M. from so offending other Jews
Open Every Nite 'Tit 11
Stutz, A. Alfred Taubman, Robert that they drive out of these
S. Trepeck, Jack J. Wainger, Harvey
Willens and Stanley J. Winkelman. Jews the desire for any affili-
ation with organized religion.
It is no secret that the Chief
i
Rabbinate holds absolute power
over religious affairs in Israel.
Representing the minority, this
Schaefer Cor. Clarity
i body imposes its ways upon the
Announces High Holy Day Services
majority of the population. Its
i steadfast refusal to admit into
In The
New and Air-Conditioned Synagogue
Israel any synagogue movement
1 which diverges significantly
Auxiliary Services will also be held at the
from Orthodox practice has
SCHAVER AUDITORIUM, 19161 SCHAEFER HWY. i meant that the large majority
Cantor Moshe Babrowsky of Toronto will officiate
c
of Israelis have been unable to
Reserved seats for both locations are available.
i establish synagogues in which
1 All Day Sunday and Every Evening from 7:30 to 9 p.m. i they might fulfill their spiritual
needs. Nor has this restrictive
At the Synagogue Office
activity been limited to the syn-
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL:
agogue, as illustrated by the
problems imposed on Indian
DI 1-9061 or UN 4-4355
Bnai Israel Jews (page 10 of
Aug. 30 Jewish News), as illus-
trated by hundreds of young
Israelis being forced to go
through marriage ceremonies
which offend their sensibilities,
as illustrated by the govern-
ment being used as a tool for
the imposition of religious prac-
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tion of public transportation on
The Holidays Are Drawing Near. - Reservations
the Sabbath.
May Be Made At the Synagogue.
It does not matter whether or
Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m.; Every Day from 1 - 3 p.m.,
not we, as individuals, agree
with the practices which the
Evenings from 6 - 8 p.m. and Saturday Evening from
Chief Rabbinate hopes to see
8:15 to 10 p.m.
observed by all Jews. The issue
is that of religious tyranny and
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
its dangerous consequence: in
LI 8-2666
or
LI 5-6236
Israel, if you are not Orthodox
you are, religiously, nothing.
Consequently, most Israelis are
nothing.
American rabbis who support
the Chief Rabbinate by express-
ing similar views against reli-
Announces
gious pluralism in Israel do a
disservice to both their Ameri-
can and Jewish heritages.
JEFFREY H. TIGAY
BOYS AND GIRLS
18100 Indiana

Friday, Sept. 6, 1963

Our Letter Box

i

' CONGREGATION
' " '" ". r" " '"'" ' '."'"'"'"'" '" SHOMREY
'“'".". " '"' " "'"'"'" EMUNAH
'"'"' ' ' '." "'" '"

Israel Affected
in 2 Items on
UN Agenda

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.
(JTA)—Israel is affected di-
r e c t l y in two items on the
agenda for the forthcoming ses-
sion of the General Assembly,
to convene here Sept. 17.
A number of items t o u c h
Israeli interests less directly,
while other issues up for debate
on the heavy, 77-point agenda
will be of concern to Jews gen-
erally, throughout the world.
The matters of direct concern
to Israel deal with (a) the
United Nations Emergency
Force, stationed on Israel's Gaza
Strip border and along the Gulf
of Akaba; and (b) the United
Na tions Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees,
the large UN apparatus charged
with aiding the Arab refugees,
most of whom are in camps in
Gaza, Lebanon, J o r d a n and
Syria. The items will deal with
reports from the heads of these
two UN organizations, with plans

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