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October 22, 1965 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

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U.S. Group Links Plea for Religious Freedom in Israel With 'Vigil'

Rebus as Aid to Teaching

The Prayer Book Follows You Through the Morning

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Resort to the rebus has helped train children to apply pictures
to their studies. The above rebus is reproduced from "Our Living
Prayer Book—Creative Exercises in the Study of Prayer and the
Siddur," by Azriel Eisenberg and Jessie B. Robinson, published by
Prayer Book Press, Inc., 410 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn., 06013. The
reproductions from "Our Living Prayer Book" appear in The Jewish
News by special arrangement with the authors and publishers.

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A state-
ment sharply criticizing the Israel
government for alleged "constant
appeasement and retreat" in the
religious field, calling for full re-
ligious freedom in Israel, was is-
sued here Monday by the American
Friends of Religious Freedom in
Israel.
The organization's board of di-
rectors includes a number of non-
Orthodox rabbis and intellectuals,
with Prof. Horace Kallen, a well-
known American Jewish author
and political scientist, as president.
Linking its protest to the recent
"Eternal Light Vigil" conducted
here by the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, protest-
ing anti-Jewish discriminations
in the USSR, the committee ap-
plauded that action but added: "At
the same time, let no one forget
that religious freedom is the na-
tural birthright of every man,
"wherever he may live, even in
Israel."
Claiming that Israel faces
"the growing threat of clerical

`Church Real Estate'
Acquisition Described

Because of changing neighbor-
hoods and the construction of new
houses of worship, the real estate
problem for congregations invited
specialized knowledge.
While Joseph Stiles' "Acquiring
and Developing C h u r c h Real
Estate," published by Prentice-
Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N. J., was
written for the Christian denomina-
tions, there is much material here
of value to those of other faiths.
The author poses 49 important
questions which "should lead to a
deeper appreciation of the process
of acquiring and developing church
real estate within a context of
predetermined religious purposes,
objectives and goals."

We

18414
WYOMING
UN 4-2767

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, October 22, 1965

It held that in the international
arena, the rule of Orthodoxy in
Israel "is staining Israel's image
and flouting the struggle of Jewish
leadership on behalf of religious
freedom everywhere."

Is Cordially Invited to

YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTHWEST DETROIT

17376 Wyoming

to participate in a

Siyum Sefer Torah, Sunday, October 31st at 2:30 p.m.

Join in the completion of a new Torah Scroll, presented by:

Messrs. Leon and Bernie Goldman

Refreshments Will Follow the Dedication Ceremonies

United eivisA Social Cluh

Will Hold Their Annual

SIMCHAS TORAH DINNER
DANCE and INSTALLATION

SAT., OCT. 30 — 8:30 P.M.
at BETH AARON SYANGOGUE

Wyoming at Curtis

Music by: ERIC ROSENOW

PUBLIC IS INVITED

For Tickets Call: LI 6-5713, LI 1-9139

g)rolessor

Samuel M. Levin

as our

Recent trials in Germany, where
many ex-Nazis were found guilty
of atrocities committed against
Jews during World War II and
publication of considerable, rele-
vant literature about the Nazi
holocaust "have fully exposed be-
fore the eyes of the German peo-
ple and of the world the catastrophe
of the National Socialist regime,"
the conference stated in a resolu-
tion.

In a report to the conference,
the Council noted that the Leo
Baeck Institute in West Germany
has been trying "to contribute to
the rectification of the historical
misinterpretations by publishing
unbiased works on the history of
the German Jews and their inter-
dependence with German history."
The conference expressed the
hope that "during the lifetime of
the present generation, these
efforts on both sides may help to
further gradual relaxation of ten-
sions between Germans and Jews."

cution."

proudly announce

of affiliated organizations in the
United States, Britain, France,
Belgiunf, Israel and Latin America.

The session voiced support for
the efforts made in Germany
in recent years to develop among
the German people, especially
the youth, "genuine understand-
ing of the Jewish question and
its part in the German past,
helping eradicate the distorted
image of the Jew created by the
Nazi propaganda machinery."

and relegated to second-class citi-
zenship," and predicted that a new
"Sabbath Law" scheduled to be
enacted in Israel, "will make the
operation of any enterprise on the
Sabbath subject to criminal prose-

THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY

Larry Brown has been named
assistant basketball coach at his
alma mater, North Carolina Uni-
versity. The 1964 Olympian has
played for the Goodyear Company
of Akron. Ohio, for the last two
seasons.

Jews From Germany Hail Bonn's Efforts

LONDON (JTA) — West Ger-
many's establishment of diplomatic
relations with Israel, and the Bonn
Parliament's completion of legisla-
tion for indemnification of more
Jewish victims of Nazism, have
marked "a decisive stage" in the
development of ,Germany's postwar
relations with the Jewish people,
it was declared here Monday by
the Council of Jews from Germany.
The Council held a conference
here, attended by representatives

poltical parties," the committee
stated that "religious coercion
in Israel has already engendered
widespread resentment against
religion, and caused irreparable
harm to the nation's economic
and cultural deveolpment."
The group protested the fact
that marriages performed under
Conservative or Reform auspices
aer not recognized in Israel, de-
clared that "children of such mar-
riages are considered illegitimate

Guest of Honor

at the

Dedication Dinner

of

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

Former Head of
Economics Dept. W.S.U.
S.U.

obo

Hall, November 14, 1965

We invite you to share this distinguished event marking
the dedication of our new building and campus in Southfield.

Building Fund Committee

Dan Laven, Treasurer

Samuel Hechtman

Nathan Goldin

Reubin Dubrinsky

Isidore R. Cohen

Yeshivah Officers

Hillel Abrams, President
Jack Carmen, Vice-president
Eric Greenbaum, Chairman of the
Board
Nathan Soberman, Chairman
of Exec. Comm.
Leon J. Simon, Secretary
Dan Laven, Treasurer
Meyer Weingarden, Assoc. Treas.

For a memorable evening at this distinguished affair,

Call Now, 862-6668

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