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February 25, 1966 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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Conservative Rabbis Consider Plan to Regulate Procedure of Conversion Frohman to Direct
NEW YORK (JTA) — A plan to problems. The rabbis responded servative rabbis were admitting
wanted to marry Jews, there had
set up a "School of Jewish Studies" enthusiastically to the proposal and
1,000 converts annually.
been a significant increase in the Chorus at Festival

to regulate procedures of conver- decided that it would receive final
He said that while the vast
sion of non-Jews to Judaism is action at a later meeting.
majority of would-be converts
being considered by the Metro-
Rabbi Friedman told his col-
politan Region of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America, the associa- leagues that the number of per- Bnai Moshe Concert
sons seeking to convert to
tion of Conservative rabbis.
Judaism was increasing. He said Stars Cantor, Trio
The plan was proposed to a con- that while precise statistics were
ference of the New York City re-
not available, there were an es- and Choral Groups
gion held in conjunction with the
timated 16,000 conversions in
Cong. Bnai Moshe will celebrate
Philadelphia region, by Rabbi the past decade performed by
Seymour P. Friedman, who re- Reform rabbis in the New York Jewish Music Month with its sixth
annual concert 8 p.m. Sunday in
ported on a study of conversion City area. He estimated that Con-
the main sanctuary. It is the major
musical event for the choral en-
semble, which consists of the sis-
Church Choirs to Join Emanuel-El Group
terhood choral
for Brotherhood Month 'Sermon in Psalms'
group and the
A special sabbath service in honored. They are Mrs. Nathaniel men's choir, and
honor of Brotherhood Month and Gold, long-time director of the t h e it director,
Jewish Music Month will take senior choir, and Mrs. Albert M. Cantor Louis
place at Temple Emanu-El at 8:15 Stutz, children's choir director for Klein, who found-
p.m. today.
many years. Mrs. Gold will direct ed the choir in
"Sermon in Psalms" will be pre- the "Sermon in Psalms." Director 1958 when he
sented instead of the usual serv- of St. John's Episcopal church came to Bnai
ice. The Temple Emanu-El Choir choir is Mrs. Richard Grulich, who Moshe.
will be joined by the choirs of St. also acts as organist of Temple
In addition to
James' Methodist church and St. Emanu-El. Director of St. James' the regular ac-
John's Episcopal church.
Methodist church choir is Joel Es- companist, Dor-
Two devoted congregants will be erole.
een Raskin, the
chamber music
trio, with cellist Cantor Klein
Harry Siegel, Daniel Braude, vio-
lin, and Lucia Wolton, piano, will
A Weekly Column for the Advanced
be joined by Susan Mazer on the
harp and Elizabeth K u t 1 o v,
presen t ed b y
marimba, and Sara Lee Landy on
THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
the flute.
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
Cantor Klein will offer Hebrew,
Yiddish and liturgical numbers ac-
and the
companied by the trio, the flute
AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
and choir. Friends and guests are
invited.
Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH

number of young people investigat-
ing Judaism for possible answers
to the moral problems of the day.
He pointed out also that there
was no standardized conversion
curriculum for Conservative rab-
bis, each setting up his own pro-
cedure for prospective converts.
For the suggested school, he pro-
posed a nine-month curriculum for
converts, divided between set
periods of formal instruction and
"practice."
After completion of the course,
the convert would be required to
appear before a Beth Din rabbini-
cal court for determination of the
completeness of his or her knowl-
edge and commitment and then
returned to the original rabbi for
the final act of conversion.
Under the proposal, would - be
converts would be eligible for the
procedure only through referal by
a rabbi who would oversee the
educational procedure.

Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim, in
conjunction with its men's club
and sisterhood, will present its 10th
annual Jewish Music Festival 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
Featured will be the 50-voice
Don Frohman Chorus, with Don
Frohman directing.
On the program will be soloists
Marion Bates, soprano; Gene Slo-
bin, tenor; Max Miller, baritone;
and Bernard Weisman, bass.
The program will include clas-
sic, operatic, modern Hebrew and
Yiddish selections.
The sisterhood will tender a re-
ception following the program. The
public is invited.

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Grandmother: How many engines
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A resourceful Jewish chaplain
with the U.S. armed forces in Viet-
nam has discovered that there are
a number of "kosher" but non-
Jewish style restaurants in Saigon.
The Jewish Welfare Board corn-
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Dryer, senior Jewish chaplain in
Vietnam, a copy of his Jewish
of
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which he reports under the head-
ing of "Kosher Restaurants in
Saigon" as follows:
"It has been determined that
there are a number of kosher res-
taurants operating in Saigon. Al-
though kosher, they are unfortu-
nately not Jewish-style. Working
in close cooperation with Chaplain
Jones, American adviser to the
Vietnamese Chaplains and the
Office of the Director of Buddhist
Chaplains of t h e Vietnamese
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Armed Forces, we have learned
that observant Buddhists are strict
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these people which would meet
our standards of kashrut. The
food won't taste 'Jewish,' but for
the kashrut observer who wants a
nice hot restaurant meal, it should
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Chaplains Robert Reiner and
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Grandmother: You say on "three",
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Pilot: We would pay for God's

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Grandmother: And if, heaven for-
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Grandmother: Very well! But wiiat
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COMFORT FOR GRANDMA!

Grandmother: Excuse me, I 'wanted
to ask you something.

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Israel's Cotton Crop
Israel has a total of 45,000 acres
of cotton under cultivation com-
pared with a total of 35,000 acres

last year.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 26, 1966-13

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