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November 01, 1963 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-01

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Gordis Describes Separation Idea





as Having Aided Religion in U.S.

Dr. Robert Gordis, noted
scholar and leader in the Ameri-
can Conservative Judaism move-
ment, in the opening lecture in
the Scholar Series, at Temple
Beth El, Monday night, declared
that "by virtue of the Separa-
tion Doctrine America was spar-
ed the ravages and disasters
that struck European countries."
Strongly endorsing the recent
Supreme Court decisions barring
religious prayers from the pub-
lic schools, Dr. Gordis said that
thanks_ to the First Amendment
which separates church and
state activities "we have avoided
religious' antagonisms Which
have affected other lands." He
said that -instead of harming re-
ligion the Separation principle
has made this country more re-
ligious than others and "has
helped prevent the rise of anti-
clerical movements which have
been common phenomena in
Europe."

He emphasized that religion
is far stronger here than in
Europe, where it was part of
government, because here "it
depends on itself." He added:
"Thus, not only has the state
been well served here, but re-
ligion as a voluntary agency
has been advanced."

The mere introduction of re-
ligion into the schools brings a
host of problems, he warned,
and declared that "there can be
no freedom of religion unless
there also is freedom from re-

ligion."

If brought into the schools,
religion is in danger of becom-
ing an "empty etiquette," he
said, because "you can not make
people religious in spite of
themselves."
Dr. Gordis opposed the exten-
tion of federal aid to parochial
schools. He said that those who
seek specialized and additional
training in parochial and Day
Schools "should be prepared
themselves to pay for it."
Dr. Gordis was introduced by
Dr. Richard C. Hertz, rabbi of
Temple Beth El, who, in pre-
liminary remarks, reviewed the
events that led up to the recent
Supreme Court decisions.
Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky will be
next Monday night's speaker in
the Beth El Scholar Series.

Bar Mitzvahs

Federation Junior Division to Meet
Women's Division
of Sholem Aleichem
at Tamarack for. Civil Rights Talk
Plan Donor Luncheon Walter E. Klein, director of Community Council; and Robert

The Women's Division of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute will
hold its annual donor luncheon
12:30 p.m. Nov. 12 at Raleigh
House, 1 8 6 4 1
Wyoming.
Guest artist
for the event
will be Cantor
Harold Orbach
of Temple Is-
rael. He will
be accompani-
ed by Bella
Goldberg. Chil-
dren from the
Sholem Alei-
chem School
will also parti-
Mrs. Schein
cipate. The af-
ternoon will be chaired by Mrs.
Herbert 0. Schein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinberg,
one of the founders of the In-
stitute.
The donor luncheon is one of
the Women's Division major
fund-raising events, held yearly,
to help support the Institute and
school. For information, call
Mrs. Jennie Weinberg, fund-
raising chairman, LI 8-3682.

The Bar Mitzvah of Gregg L.
Stern will be observed at Sab-
bath services Saturday at Cong.
Beth Moses.

Announcements

Oct. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Goldbaum (Vicki Mar-
ston), 19157 Sorrento, a daugh-
"RASKIN
ter, Rebecca Jo.
BIG BABY BONUS"
* * *
were
MRS. MICHAEL GOLDMAN
Oct. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
(Twin Daughters)
Sheldon Baird Krause (Suzanne
and
Dunitz), 265 Merton, a daugh-
MRS. EDWARD DWORKIN
ter, Laura Ellen.
(10 lbs. 5 1/2 oz.)
* * *
Congratulations on the birth of
your children and we hope the
Oct. 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
re-
RASKIN PRODUCTS you
ceived helped make your first
Gerald M. Hendricks (Sharon L.
week at home easier.
Goldfarb), f o r m e r Detroiters
RASKIN FOOD CO.
living at 307 Florette, Anaheim,
Calif., a daughter, Nancy Ellen.
* * *
Oct. 28 To Dr. and Mrs.
Yaakov Ross (nee Tamar Wohl-
Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
gelernter), a son, in London, Howard Glazer (Eleanor Perni-
England.
koff), 1812 Beal, Lansing, a
daughter, Michelle Beth.
* * *
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tal), 24249 Tamarack, South-
field, a son, Neal.
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To
Mr.
and
Mrs. Ray Gliss
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(Elinor Thomas, former De-
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daughter, Karen Sue.
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U.S., Israel Reach
Export Agreement

JERUSALEM (J T A) — An
agreement in principle was
reached here between a United
States Government trade mis-
sion and the Israel government,
covering the export of Israeli
cotton to the United States. The
arrangement covers the remain-
ing four years of an existing
American-Israeli pact in which
the United States had placed
limitations on the purchase of
Israeli cotton fibers and rain-
coats.

The 21st annual commemora-
tion of the Warsaw Ghetto upris-
ing will be held on March 22,
1964. The 16th anniversary cele-
bration of Israel's Independence
will be held on April 19, 1964.
Announcement of the dates was
made by Sidney M. Shevitz, pre-
sident of the Jewish Community
Council, and by Rabbi Leon
Fram, chairman of the Zionist
Council.
Organizations are urged to re-
serve those dates and to advise
their membership to participate
in these major community-wide
functions.

RABBI
LEO GOLDMAN

Twins Share Honors
With 10-lb. Baby in
Raskin Bonus Contest

This past week there were
two winners in the weekly Ras-
kin Big Baby Bonus contest. For
the first time since the contest
began, a set of twins were born,
and their mother, Mrs. Michael
Goldman, was awarded the same
prize as the mother delivering
the heaviest baby, Mrs. Edward
Dworkin.
The owners of Raskin Food
Co. felt that since Mrs. Gold-
man did have twins and their
combined weights were 11 lbs.-
5 oz., she also deserved to re-
ceive a prize.
The Jewish News encourages
its readers to include the weight
statistic in announcements sub-
mitted to the "Births" column
in order to be eligible for the
Raskin Big Baby Bonus Contest.

`No Kiddie without Holiday'
Pledge 50-Year-Old Men

Despite the fact that it seems
like only yesterday that the idea
of "No Kiddie Without A
Christmas" came into being,
some of the first children who
received Christmas clothes,
toys, and food from the now
famous "Old Newsboys" are now
in their late fifties or early six-
ties. In fact, the Old Newsboys
will officially mark their fiftieth
year of charity as a football
floats down the gridiron of Tiger
Stadium, Nov. 22, 8 p.m.
The football game will be the
1963 edition of the Old News-
boys Goodfellow High School
Championship featuring the top
team of the Detroit Public
School League and the first
place Catholic League squad.
Judge David C. Yokes is presi-
dent of the Old Newsboys.
Secure tickets at any police
station or by calling WO 5-7000.

Israel Bar Mitzvah
Pilgrimage Announced

An "Israel Bar Mitzvah Pil-
grimage" for boys and g i r 1 s,
13-14, a non-profit, seven-week

Radomer Board Meets

Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will hold an executive
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Workmen's Circle,
18340 W. Seven Mile. Morris
Faxon will be host. The discus-
sion will center on the annual
Hanukah party and Care
packages.

By their expanding and amaz-
ing research programs, our in-
dustries and universities togeth-
er are fast making Michigan the
leader in space age advance-
ment.

HEAR SEN RIBICOFF SPEAK
ON "PERSECUTION OF RUS-
SIAN JEWRY."

camping, touring and educa-
tional experience in Israel this

ATTEND THE BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOLS DINNER AT COBO
HALL NOVEMBER 10th.

Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency, 515 Park Ave.,
New York 22, N.Y.

CALL WE 1-0203
FOR RESERVATIONS

coming summer, has been an-
nounced by the Department of

Kasle, president, Jewish Voca-
tional Service, will be panelists
at the discussion.
A bus will leave the Jewish
Center at 11:30 a.m.
Junior Division members who
planned the meeting with Mrs.
Boesky are Edward Barry Stul-
berg, co-chairman; Nedra Page,
Mrs. Robert G. Portnoy, Helen
Rice, Sandra Slobin, and Joel
D. Tauber, Junior Division Pres-
ident.

the Jewish Community Council,
will address a discussion meet-
ing of the Junior Division of the
Jewish W e 1 f are Federation
12:30 p.m. Sunday at Camp
Tamarack, announces Mrs. Ivan
Boesky, meeting chairman.
Those attending will discuss
the impact of the civil rights
revolution on the Jewish com-
munity.
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine,
Temple Beth El, Windsor; Har-
old Berry, treasurer, Jewish

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