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May 27, 1966 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-27

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Rabbi Akibah E ger 'Servant of God's Servants' S c holars to Explore

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Process of Jewish
Teacher Education at Brandeis U.

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WALTHAM, Mass. — A collo-
quium convened to examine the
process of Jewish teacher educa-
tion will be conducted at Bran-
deis University this weekend
under the auspices of the Uni-

provement of Jewish education,
considered an indispensable means
for transmitting the Jewish heri-
tage.
The Philip W. Lown Graduate
Center for Contemporary Jewish
Studies, which next fall will be
under the direction of Rabbi Leon
A. Jick of the Free Synagogue
of Westchester, Mt. Vernon N.Y.,
is a component of the new Philip
W. Lown School of Near Eastern
and Judaic Studies.

versity's Philip W. Lown Gradu-
ate Center for Contemporary Jew-
ish Studies.
Leading Jewish educators and
scholars will participate in the
five sessions scheduled for the
colloquium.
One of the general areas of dis-

LATER RABB/ AK/EA EGER EECARE CH/EF
R.433/ OF POSE.t/AND DEFENDED /2-5-
JEWISH COAMIUN/TY...

THE 801/ERNMENT HAS ,`OR•f/AVEA/
TALALUD STUDY /N ✓ EIV/SH SCHOOLs,

cussion will be the shortage of
qualified teachers in Jewish
schools, in the face of mounting
enrollments. Some of the discus-
sion will center upon improving
the education of teachers now in
service.
Other topics include the
accreditation of Jewish teach-
ers colleges, students in the
colleges, the curriculum of the
colleges and Ju-daic and Hebraic
studies in American colleges and
universities.
The colloquium is expected to
yield new insights for the im-

RAge.

Indict Yonkers
Center Arsonist

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (JTA)—
The Westchester County grand
jury returned an indictment
charging.murder and arson against
Thomas Ruppert, the 17-year-old
/N /B3/, THE co,sioc/Nirrif/4
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VENERABLE SIRS 1 lal/E HERE' THE FAIR -
CALLED TO THE PRODS/AN COURT.
STRUCK Sy THE PLAGUE.
ABLE OPAV/Cws NON- ./EN/sN SOHOLA
youth arrested for the fire in the
ay °LIR HOLY TALMUD
YOu PHYS/C/ANS At/sr 1//G/T THE Eicie, RICH
/,e/P1REfOR FREDER/CK A//ZL/,4M.2t, THANK
Yonkers Jewish Center last Dec.
YOU FoR YOUR Nzse L EAPERsAW. YOU NAVE
.4,110 POOR/ ALL FOOD kfLIET BE TESTED EE-
SAVED YOUR CORmL/N/TY.
FDRE 0/STR/81//70,1y.WE N/LL PUBL/SH RuzE6
20 which killed three adults and
FOR PROPER CLEANLINESS./
nine children.
The youth was a Neighborhood
Youth Corps worker at the center
when the blaze occurred. He wa$
given a psychiatric examination
Dubinsky's Role in Fight and released. from a hospital last
February and immediately arrested
for Israel in '48 Cited
on charges of setting the fire. The
Bar/NH/9 14/R/T7NOS AND H/S G000 DEEDS
0/E0 /A/ 1837.11/s TafteSTONEREAD :
A MURAL /N THE C/Ty HALL OF EASENSTA OT
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
indictment contained 24 counts of
EDER-
SHOWED HAN ON / MERCY AI/Ss/cm/
THE, AIE OF RAAB/
'WERE La'S OLIR RABS/, TWE SERVANT OF
to The Jewish News)
/NPOEEN...
600 c S.eRVANTS ."
murder, including one count for
TEL AVIV — Mrs. Golda Meir. each of the victims and 12 counts
secretary general of Mapai, Tues- of accessory to the deaths.
day praised the role of David Du-
binsky, former president of the
Israel's Exports
International Ladies Garment
Israel exported last year a total
Workers Union, for his role in of $430,000,000 worth of goods
helping Israel acquire arms in the compared with $372,000,000 in the
country's 1948 struggle for inde- year before. Agricultural exports
....GREAT SASE AA1P AVSIVREOLEADE,431.4//zz
pendence. Dubinsky is currently came to $87,000,000.
W AL/4,- /117716-AizeoRY OF OUR PEOPLE'.
visiting Israel.
Mrs. Meir spoke at a dinner given
This cartoon is reproduced from "A Picture Parade of Jewish History" by Morris Epstein, pub-
in honor of the American labor
WHEN YOU ;Pic A COCKTAIL
lished by Shengold Publishers, New York, by special arrangement with the author and publishers.
leader by Aharon Becker, secre-
Dr. Epstein's accompanying ex- a post as a rabbi in the town of "How can he be so modest, when tary general of the Histadrut, Isra-
el's labor federation. Becker lauded
planatory essay on Akiba Eger fol- i Markish-Friedland in West Prus- I know that he knows that I know Dubinsky for helping build a bridge
sia. In 1816 he became the rabbi that he knows?"
lows:
between Israel and American
US.TED ER.:NOS • DETROIT. LI. S s. • 42 E;^'4
Before he died in 1837, he asked labor.
He was a scholar descended of Posen and remained there for
the
last
twenty-one
years
of
his
that
his
tombstone
- bear only these
from a long line of scholars, and

RAP-

by the age of 12 he had thoroughly life.
In Posen his reputation flour-
mastered several volumes of the
ished. When the government for-
Talmud.
Born in Eisenstadt, Hungary, in bade the study of the Talmud,
1761, Akiba studied at the yeshiva • Rabbi Akiba Eger showed how
of his uncle, Rabbi Benjamin Wolf highly the contributions of the Tal-
Eger, in Breslau. At the age of 18 1 mud to civilization had been
he married and went to live at I praised by a number of Christian
the home of his father-in-law, who scholars. Impressed, the govern-
ment abolished the order.
gave him a fine library where
One winter he traveled all night
spent his days in study.
When a terrible fire in 1791 to perform a good deed. On the
destroyed hundreds of homes in his way it began to rain heavily, and
city, Rabbi Akiba Eger accepted the carriage skidded into a ditch.

Peru Chief Hails Israel

LIMA (JTA) — President Fer-
nando Belaunde Terry hailed Is-
rael's agricultural aid program in
Peru in which Israeli irrigation ex-
perts have been helping to solve
some of the country's water prob-
lems.
President Terry lauded the Is-
raeli role in Peru's farm develop-
ment at ceremonies marking the
conclusion of Agriculture Week
here in which Israel's Agriculture
Minister Haim Gvati took part..
Gvati, who has been on an offi-
cial visit to this country for the
past week, later met with Peru's
minister of public works in con-
nection with the Peruvian program
of new road construction.

Law Codifier
Cesare Vivante, a 19th century
Italian-Jewish jurist, was largely
responsible for the comprehensive

reform of the commercial law code
in Italy.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, May 27, 1966

words: "Here lies Rabbi Akiba
Eger, servant of God's servants."
But the people of Posen made

one addition. They wrote: "Here
lies our rabbi, Rabbi Akiba Eger,
servant of God's servants."

Minister Denies
Anti-Semitism
Grows in Austria

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER of OAK WOODS

-

Cordially Invites

THE GENERAL PUBLIC

to

The driver jumped down and
LONDON (JTA) — Austrian
pulled the wheels out of the mud. Foreign Minister Lujo Toncic- So-
When he returned to his seat, rinj, discussing here charges of
Rabbi Akiba Eger offered him a anti-Semitic developments in his
pair of dry socks. The driver was country, denied "the implication
puzzled, for the rabbi's baggage that anti-Semitism is growing in
was locked in back of the carriage. Austria."
In the morning the driver saw
The issue came up after the
that the rabbi's shoes covered his visiting foreign minister address-
bare feet. The rabbi smiled and ed the Foreign Press Association
said, "How could I permit you to and then answered questions. He
drive in wet socks while my feet was asked by a Jewish Tele-
were dry?"
graphic Agency newsman why the
Rabbi Akiba Eger visited the Austrian . government was not tak-
sick, always bringing little gifts. ing action to curb anti-Semitism.
To the poor he gave of his own Declaring that he welcomed the
small income. When an epidemic opportunity to comment on the
of childbirth fever took the lives matter, he said that "while un-
of many mothers, he appealed to pleasant events happen from time
more fortunate mothers to take to time in certain states of the
the orphans into their homes. Once United States, no one would judge
a week he visited each home to see the situation in the United States
that the children were well treated. from these events."
"I can assure you." he added,
He became expert in the care
of the sick. In the cholera epidemic `'that there is no anti-Semitism in
of 1831 he gave advice on diet and Austria but this does not mean
sanitation, and was cited for loyalty that there are no anti-Semites
and service by the Emperor him- here and there in Austria." He
said the government did not react
self.
His combination of great learn- to anti-Semitic incidents because
ing and deep modesty faScinated "this is for the courts to deal
everyone. A dear friend, Rabbi with and not politicians."
(See COMMENTARY, Page 2)
Jacob of Lissa, . once remarked:

CORNER STONE SETTING EXERCISES

at their new Sanctuary and School Building

24061 COOLIDGE

Oak Park

SUNDAY, JUNE 5th at 11:00 A.M.

YAVNE TEACHERS SEMINARY FOR GIRLS

Affiliate of Telshe Yeshiva

TWO-YEAR COURSE OF STUDY

Certificate recognized by major universities as
equivalent to three years study
towards baccalaureate degree

Applications now being accepted for school year
5727 (66-67)

Direct inquiries to:

Rabbi Shiomo Davis, Registrar
28400 Euclid Ave.
Wickliffe, Ohio

CONGRATULATIONS TO

WELCOME

MR. and MRS. JULIUS ROTENBERG

AMBASSADOR JAMES ROOSEVELT

& Family

Guest Speaker

KFAR ROTENBERG INAUGURAL !DINNER

SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1966
STATLER-HILTON HOTEL

Cocktails 6 p.m.
Dinner 7 p.m.

MAX SOSIN
Dinner Chairman

NORMAN ALLAN

General Chairman

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