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August 07, 1964 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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Jesuit's Work on Palestinian Vast. Range of
Judaism Called 'Proselytizing' Needs Reported

Monument Unveilings

by CJFWF Envoys

William Wolf's translation from cultural elements which might en-
(Unveiling announcements may be
The family of the late Jack W.
inserted by mailing or by calling The
the French of "Palestinian Judaism rich it, and at the same time to
Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Kaufman announces the unveiling
A
preliminary
JERUSALEM

of
Jesus
Christ,"
by
transform
them
into
its
own
sub-
in the Time
Rd., Detroit 35, VE 8-9364. Written an- of a monument in his memory 11
must be accompanied by
Joseph Bonsirven, S. J., published stance." He expresses the view that report issued by the overseas dele- nouncements
the name and address of the person a.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, at Machpelah
by Holt. Rinehart and Winston, Judaism "has lost most of its gation of the Council of Jewish making the insertion. There is a stand- Cemetery. Rabbi Prero will offi-
provides an interesting study into ability to expand," and thereby Federations and Welfare Funds ing charge of $3.00 for an unveiling ciate. Relatives and friends are
an inch in depth.)
the thinking of a Catholic theolo- emerges more the proselytizer than indicates that, despite significant notice, measuring
* * *
asked to attend.
progress,
a
vast
range
of
needs
gian on matters relating to the the historical analyst.
Anna
family
of
the
late
The
Thus,
in
the
view
of
this
Jesuit
still faces European and Israeli
Jewish roots in Christianity and
The family of the late Dora Wax
Wermuth announces the unveiling
the rejection of Christian dogmas priest. Judaism, while he compli- Jewry.
of a monument in her memory on announces the unveiling of a monu-
by Jewry. ments it as being "the most perfect
The report, issued by Louis
Sunday, Aug. 16, at Beth Abraham ment in her memory 12:30 p.m.
Fr. Bonsirven, professor of New of natural religions," entered his- Stern of Newark, president of the
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman will of- Sunday, Aug. 16, at Workmen's
tory
for
the
sake
of
Jesus.
Testament studies at the Rome
council,
and
Judge
Theodore
Levin
There is a note of tolerance
ficiate. Relatives and friends are Circle Cemetery, Stollner Section.
Pontifical Biblical Institute, turns
conclusion in which he of Detroit, national vice-president, asked to attend.
Rabbi Goldman will officiate. Rela-
in
his
for his background material to
revealed that intensive discussions
* * *
tives and friends are asked to
Philo, Josephus, the Talmud and says that "we cannot really ac- with high-ranking European Jew-
the Midrash. He rejects the atti- cuse Judaism of not having ish and Israeli leaders during a
The family of the late Mrs. Mol- attend.
*
been enlightened by the Chris-
tudes of Christian scholars who
lie Dashkin announces the unveil-
tian revelation which it had re- three and a half week period have ing of a monument in her memory
The
family
of
the late Max Ep-
treated the Talmud, Targum and
jected." He does not accuse Ju- opened up new avenues of inter- 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, at Mach- stein announces the unveiling of a
Midrash with distrust.
national
cooperation,
which
will
daism of fundamental disloyalty
help strengthen overseas commu- pelah Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick monument in his memory 3:30
Delving into the accumulated
"but only of distortion which
lore that traces Jewish practices was gradual and not realized for nal resources and advance health . will officiate. Relatives and friends p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Gold-
and welfare programs. , are asked to attend.
in the time of Jesus, the author a long time."
schlag will officiate. Relatives and
emphasizes in advance that "we
The meetings — which were
With all his tolerance. Fr. Bon-
friends are asked to attend.
should not forget that in Israel. at sirven
.
Edward
The family of the late
nevertheless goes so far as
held in London, Paris, Vienna
least on certain subjects, no uni- to say that "Judaism's instinctive and Israel—also reviewed basic Israel Ratner announces the unveil-
versal or fixed dogma was ever tendencies proved to be most un-
Why do Americans buy U.S.
responsibilities that American ing of a monument in his memory
imposed." He adds: "We must be fortunate in the field of ethics."
savings
bonds? Surveys show they
10
a.m.
Sunday,
Aug.
16,
at
North-
careful not to present the qtate- While he credits Israel with "a way Jews share with their co-reli- , west Hebrew Memorial Park. Rabbi like the safety of investment and
gionists
in
satisfying
the
needs
meat of an isolated rabbi as the of life far superior to that of other
Gorrelick will officiate. Relatives guaranteed return. Bonds help
explanation of a commonly ac- nations and religions," he is nega- of homeless, economically and
and fids
are asked to attend America too. Buy an extra one
r
an
culturally
deprived
Jews.
cepted doctrine. We must also take tive in viewing legalistic tenden-
now.
*
In Israel. Stern declared, the .
into account the ironical, exag- cies. His book, while filled with
greatly
impressed
gerated and paradoxical character
The family of the late Ida Stein
delegation was
of many sayings; we are in the references to important Jewish with the outstanding • job being announces the unveiling of a mon-
sources,
nevertheless
is
thoroughly
Orient, and we often hear the
Sun-
The Family of the Late
words of a popular preacher. To Christological and is certainly open done in handling the continuing ument in her memory noon
large flow of immigrants.
day, Aug. 9, at Chesed shel Emes
to
the
charge
that
it
aims
at
bid-
the rabbinical documents we should
Lauding the 1VIalben program of Cemetery. Rabbi Litke will of-
NATHAN
also add the official prayers, since ding for converts from Judaism the Joint Distribution Committee ficiate. Relatives and friends are
NATI NSKY
many of them, at least in their to his faith. In this respect it is a
for "setting a pattern of effective asked to attend.
germinal form, are older than the proselytizing work.
Announces the unveil-
* *
American Jewish aid," he cited
ing of a monument in his
Christian era."
its pioneering advances in health
The family of the late Bertha
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
It is evident throughout that Lightning Takes Life
and welfare, including the setting
Aug. 9, at Chesed shel
and William Marcus announces the
the approach here is thoroughly
of
standards,
development
of
pro-
unveiling
of
monuments
in
their
Emes Cemetery. Rela-
Christological, that the applica- of Boy, Edward Bean ;
fessional skills, demonstration of unveiling
of
monuments
in
their
tives and friends are
memory 11:15 a.m. Sunday, Aug.
tion of accumulated learning is 3 Others Listed OK
new methods and strengthening of 16, at Oakview Cemetery. Rabbi
asked to attend.
to the emergence of Christian-
governmental and voluntary serv- Lehrman will officiate. Relatives
A
local
youth,
Edward
Bean,
15,
ity from the root of Judaism
was struck and killed by lightn- ices and cooperation.
and friends are asked to attend.
under discussion. Nevertheless
He warned, however, that the
ing during a storm Sunday.
the author reveals a deep knowl-
Edward, son of Dr. and Mrs. end of German Material Claims
1111111.1111111111111111111r
edge of rabbinic sources and a
Herbert Bean, 19312 San Juan, was funds in 1965 is endangering the
thorough acquaintance with
The Family of the Late
The Family of the Late
continuation of some of these
coaching a- baseball team for the
ancient Palestinian history.
programs,
though
the
needs
re-
LIBBY KLAR
MARY KARP
Whether he deals with demon- Northwest Junior Athletic Associa-
ology or angels or omniscience, Fr. tion at Comstock Field in the main urgent.
Announces
the
unveil-
Announces
the unveiling
The delegation was heartened,
Bonsirven turns to important Jew- James Couzens - Greenfield area.
ing of a monument in her
of a monument in her
Stern
said,
by
the
report
that
100
ish sources. His conclusions, in- When the rain started, he and
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
evitably, lead him to his own faith three other boys took refuge under agricultural settlements will be-
Aug. 16, at Chesed shel
Aug. 9, at Chesed shel
come
self-supporting
this
year
and
in its dominance, as is indicated in a tree.
Fines Cemetery. Rabbi
Emes Cemetery. R a b b i
his lengthy discussion of the Elec-
The lightning also hit Andrew will no longer need assistance
Segal and Cantor Acker-
Lehrman and Cantor Klein
tion of Israel and of the Chosen Hack, 11, who suffered burns. from the Jewish Agency.
man will officiate. Rela-
will officiate. Relatives and
In
Paris,
Baron
Guy
de
Roths-
People idea. True, he quotes major However, Andrew, Marvin Bayer,
tives and friends are
friends are asked to at-
sources to indicate that at the 12, and Kevin Leary, 12, recov- child, president of the Fonds Social
asked to attend.
tend.
Juif Unifie, the French Jewish
outset the Election was not gratui- erect in the hospital after the ini-
Federation, tendered a reception
tous but a reward for Abraham's tial shock.
merits, that it is of internal im-
Edward's father, a Detroit podi- for the delegation at his home
.portance based on predestination. atrist, is president of the North- There and in other sessions, the
delegation met with officers of 1 1111111111111111111111111W
True, he emphasizes Israel's quali- west Junior Athletic Association.
ties and the people's duties. But
The Family of the Late
the
FSJU and other French Jewish
The boy was a junior .at Cass
The Family of the Late
he concludes by asserting that Is- Tech High School, a charter mem- leaders to appraise the progress
WI
LLIAM
rael no longer possesses its earlier ber in Kennedy Chapter, AZA, and made in dealing with the immi-
1 RV I N FARKAS
qualities (adding: "which always a graduate of Bnai David Hebrew grants from North Africa who
STOLLER
Announces
the unveil-
appears in Christianity"), "to as- School. He was Bar Mitzvah at have poured into France the past
ing of a monument in his
Announces the unveiling of
similate all the religious, social and Ahavas Achim Synagogue, to which two years, assess the problems that
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
a montunent in his mem-
remain and consider what must be
his parents belong.
day, Aug. 16, at Oakview
ory 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9,
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehr-
Besides his parents, Edward done to overcome them.
at Machpelah Cemetery.
man will officiate. Rela-
leaves a brother, Barry; and his
In another series of meetings,
Rabbi Donin will officiate.
In Memory of
tives and friends are
grandfather, Max Weiner.
the delegation mat with repre-
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
Our Dear Father,
The Northwest Junior Athletic sentatives of Jewish communities
asked to attend.
Association has . set up a scholar- in Italy, Switzerland, West Ger-
JERRY J.
ship fund in the boy's name at the many, Belgium and Sweden who
GREENBLATT
Ohio College of Podiatry. Contri- had come to Paris to evaluate with
butions can be sent to the fund, them the work of the Standing
Who passed away Aug.
8815 Puritan.
11, 1953. Gone but never
Conference of European Jewish
The Family of the Late
forgotten by his children,
Community Services, an organiza-
The Family of the Late
"The Lord recompense thy work, tion roughly analogous to the
Dr. Norman P. Greene
GITEL GLASSER
and a full reward he given thee CJFWF, which the JDC helped
SAM WEISMAN
and Mrs. Norman W.
of
the
Lord
God
of
Israel,
under
(Fayanne) Kaufman
establish.
Announces the unveil-
Announces the unveil-
whose wings thou art come to
ing of a monument in her
ing
of
a
monument
in
his
trust."—Ruth 2:12.
Etienne Brule reached what is
memory, 3:30 p.m. Sun-
memory noon Sunday,
now Michigan's Upper Peninsula
day, Aug. 16, at Work-
Aug. 9, at Beth Moses
between 1619 and 1621, at the
men's Circle Cemetery.
Cemetery. Rabbi I. Hal-
Rabbi Lehrman will offi-
same time the Pilgrims landed at
pern will officiate. Rela-
ciate. Relatives and friends
Plymouth Rock in 1620.
tives and friends are
are asked to attend.
In Loving Memory
asked to attend.

1

of the Late

In Loving Memory of

DORA STEI N

LIBBY KLAR

Who passed away
Aug. 8, 1963
Sadly missed and always
remembered by her hus-
band, children, and grand-
children.

Dear Wife and Mother
Who Passed Away
August 5, 1961
Sadly Missed
by
Husband
and
Children

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday; August 7, 1964

38

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

ALICE CAYMAN
COVENSKY

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 9, at Cong. Bnai
David Cemetery. Rabbi
Sperka w i 11 officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

JOSEPH
ROSENBERGER

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in h i s
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 16, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Gorrelick will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

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