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April 16, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-16

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Dr. Judd Teller Closes Midrasha Institute Lecture Series Susan Budson to Wed Rusk Will Speak
"When crises cease in the his-
encouragement to young people, become more "inner-directed," Dr.
on Immigration
tory of a people, that people
said Dr. Teller, there should be
Teller suggested that "a new type Lawrence Rosenberg

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ceases. A culture, to survive, must
an emphasis on "ritual that's
be in constant ferment." Thus. Dr.
meaningful, like the alms giving
Judd Teller, author and editor,
on Friday afternoons.”
brought to a close Wednesday
Those who would equate Amer-
"Crises in Jewish History," the ican Jewish life to• the Babylonian
ninth annual Midrasha Institute exile are seriously misquidsed,
lecture series at the Esther Ber- said Dr. Teller. "Babylonian Jewry
man Building.
codified Jewish law; American
Dr. Teller was pinch-hitting for Jewry has codified nothing." (He
the scheduled speaker, Dr. Arthur Suggested this situation be altered
Hertzberg, who was unable to at- through the codification of Yiddish
tend because of illness in his literature.) Unlike Babylonian
Jewry. he added, American Jews
family.
cannot - survive • without a Jewish
The author of "Scapegoat of state. "We must . have a center."
Revolution' noted in his talk sev-
The speaker complained that
eral parallels between the Jews American Jewry is too concerned
of the Greeco-Roman period and I with p u.b 1 i c .relations, and not
can Jewry today is no different enough with "inner-directed" ef-
of America. The threat to Ameri- forts to strengthen Jewish life
than the threat in the Hellenistic here. "It will go down to the
But whereas the ancient peo- everlasting shame of American
_--N ----.1 ) 1 assimilated through the al-
Jewry that it came begging to the
.:Int and the peasantry, Jews . Vatican to correct a myth of dei-
oday are assimilating m or e cide. for in trying to correct a
rapidly because mass media pass myth it acknowledged that myth
• on the popular, or vulgar, culture as history."
to all levels."
The "truly big issue is not the
determinations in the Vatican,"
He cited as examples of Amer-
said Dr. Teller, "but in the Selmas
ican-style, Hellenism, the Jew-
and Harlems of this nation. Our
ish funeral ("it's Greco-Ameri-
most realistic dialogue will be with
can—from the wake to the
the Negro "
embalming, we see the Egyptian
He also found fault with Amer-
influence") and the Bar Mitzvah
ican Jewry's great expectations
celebration ("Hellenistic in its
of Israel. "It can't be perfect,"
- superficial aspects"). By way of
he cautioned, "but only less im-
perfect. A normative Judaism
develops only gradually. Don't
ENJOY
forget Israel is only 18 years
old and has inherited many
kinds of normative Judaism. The
Hebrew language may help to
PRODUCTS
form one."
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR
Speaking as an American Jew,
Dr. Teller said, "it is unfortunate
PASSOVER
that Israel is so dependent on
American Jewry, for American
tibb L7 1'W
tourists bring Hellenistic stand-
100% iure
ards to Israel. There will be a
struggle here between Hellenism
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Brothers Launch
Triple-ThreatArea
Security Agency

The marked, radio-equipped car
of Southfield Security Patrol has
become a familiar sight in the
area. It represents a four-year-old
agency headed by Lionel, Jerome
and Allen Silvarman: Security
Services, Inc.
The three brothers have seen
their agency grow into such ser-
vices as patrol, store detectives, in-
vestigation, electronics, plant pro-
tection and mounted. The firm has
been responsible for apprehension
of 4,000 law breakers in the years
of 1963 and 1964.
Besides Southfield, the agency
has extended its area of coverage
to over 40 other communities.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, April 16, 1965

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of intellectual layman" give leader-
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
ship to Jewish program planning.
will address a Detroit audience 8
"The present leadership is an inter-
p.m. Monday at Ford Auditorium.
locking directorate," he said, "and
His topic will be "Foreign Policy
it is necessary to decentralize this
Aspects of the United States Im-
leadership, channel it to a local
migration Laws."
level. I find that the present level
Sponsor of the event is the
of public discussion is too low for
Michigan Committee on Immigra-
the average Jew."
tion with the cooperation of many
Does Dr. Teller see any positive
ethnic and civic groups here.
aspects to American Jewish life?
Honorary co-chairman are Gov.
"For the first time," he conceded,
George Romney and Mayor Jerome
"there is a generation of American
P. Cavanagh. Max M. Fisher is a
Jewish writers that is creating
co-chairman, and one of the Michi-
American-Jewish literature and in-
gan Committee vice presidents is
troducing American-Jewish values.
Walter E. Klein, executive director
Like Saul Bellow's `Herzog'."
of the Jewish Community Council.
Second — witness young people
Among the organizations co-
joining the civil rights crusade —
sponsoring the presentation are
"social idealism hasn't died as an
the Detroit Chapter of the Ameri-
American-Jewish factor among in-
can Jewish Committee, Michigan
MISS
SUSAN
BUDSON
dividuals." And finally, "The
Council of the American Jewish
mighty allied campaigns- show that
A July wedding is being planned Congress, Anti-Defamation League
"American Jews have a sense of by Susan Bette Budson and Law- of Bnai Brith, Jewish Community
guilt with regard to their identity. rence Richard Rosenberg.
Council, Jewish Family and Chil-
It's a ray of hope for -U.S. Jewry's
Miss Budson is the daughter of dren's SerVice, Jewish Labor Com-
survival in an affluent society." Mrs. Daniel Budson, 25035 Rue mittee, Jewish War Veterans De-
Versailles, Oak Park, and the late partment of Michigan and the De-
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Dr. Budson. Her fiance is the son troit Section of the National
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosen- Council of Jewish Women.
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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Philip S. Bern-
stein of Temple Brith Kodesh in
Rochester, N.Y., former president
of the Central Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis and wartime director
of the Jewish chaplaincy program
in the U.S. Armed Forces, will
speak on "The Common Life" in
the third of four programs on
"Passover and the Meaning of
Life."

Radomer Aid Society
Plans Planning Meeting

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold an executive board meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Discussion
will center on Israel Bonds and a
games party charity. Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Karpf will be host and hostess.
A regular meeting will be held
8:30 p.m. April 27 at the W.C.
Center.

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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK.
Feature: Dr. Leon Fram, rabbi
of Temple Israel, will speak on
"Freedom is Indivisible," present-
ed by the culture commission of
the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.

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Time: 11:30 Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Rabbi James I. Gordon
of the Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods will be featured in a pro-
gram entitled "The Passover Sed-
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Jewish Life in Poland
Subject of Documentary

NEW YORK — A feature-length
documentary film, depicting 1,000
years - of Jewish life in Poland, was
given its first screening here.
Written by S. L. Schneiderman, a
Jewish author and journalist, and
entitled "The Last Chapter," the
movie, produced by Ben-Lar Prod-
uctions, traces the history of the
Polish Jewish community from
the Middle Ages to the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising in 1943, and com-
prises material gathered from
many sources, including captured
German films and others taken by
members of the underground.
Narrated by Theodore Bikel, the
film portrays the prewar life of
the Jews small Polish villages,
as well as
as in such famous Jewish
centers as Warsaw, Vilna, Cra-
cow and Bialystock.

Saul Cohen, Ben lager, Harry Remick

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