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June 03, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-03

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Challenging Inter -Faith Dialogue in `Star and Cross'

Stressing the common bonds
that link Jews and Christians in
the pluralistic American society,
"The Star and the Cross—Essays
on Jewish-Christian Relations,"
published by Bruce Publishing Co.
(400 N. B'way, Milwaukee), em-
phasizes the attainable good will
and the friendship that exist and
can be expanded.
The volume was edited by
Mother Katharine T.. Hargrove,
R.S.C.J., a member of Religious
of the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
an associate professor of religion
at Manhattanville College, Pur-
chase, N.Y. Long active in forming
Jewish-Christian groups in New
York and in efforts to stimulate
cooperation among the faiths, her
interest in the movement inspired
her to assemble the material in
"The Star and the Cross."
A number of the most promin-
ent religious leaders and several
eminent authors are participants
in this important symposium.
Among them are Guenter Lewy,
author of the work on Pope Pius
XII and the holocaust which
aroused much controversy; Dr.
Joseph Lichten, Anti-Defamation
League's intercultural affairs di-
rector; Rabbi Mark H. Tanen-
baum, American Jewish Com-
mittee's interreligious affairs
department d i r e c t o r; Oscar
Handlin, eminent historian; Rab-
bi Arthur Gilbert, Milton Him-
melfarb, Emil L. Fackenheim,
Prof. Samuel Sandmel and a
group of eminent Christian
Inclusion in this collection of ex-
cerpts from the wTitings of the
late Jules Isaac, who is believed
to have inspired the ecumenical
trend through his dialogues with
the late Pope John XXIII, is of
added significance in this book.
Operating under the section
headings of "Unity," "Tension" and
"Toward a Deeper Unity," the ed-
itor gathered material covering all
issues involved in interreligious ac-
tivities and in efforts to acquire
unified and cooperative communal

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Israel's Position
on. German-Polish
Border Hit in Bonn

Israel Eyes Phone Hookup
With U.S. Via Satellite

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
The issues involved in anti- Mother Hargrove, writing about
to The Jewish News)
Semitism, the church attitudes, the
"Spiritual Semites," urges ad-
JERUSALEM — The Israel
reactions to good will movements herence to "language of the
government was reported Wednes-
are reviewed by the experts whose
spirit" by which we establish our
BONN (JTA) — A Free Demo- day to be examining the possibil-
backgrounds qualify them to re- kinship with the Chosen People."
ities of establishing telephonic com-
view the problems under considera-
A poem, "The Star," by Esther cratic member of West Germany's
munications with the United States
tion in these literary symposia.
Gilbert, mother of Rabbi Gilbert,
ment for giving aid to Israel, a via the American Early Bird
In her introductory essay,
introduces the entire discussion.
satellite. The first such experiment
Many issues, even those involved state which "of its own free will"
in intermarriages, are discussed by has endorsed the Oder-Niesse line had been scheduled for Wednesday
as the permanent boundary be- but it was postponed to a later date
the authors with frankness.
tween Germany and Poland.
for technical reasons.
One of Isaac Jules' essays, en-
Preliminary data indicated that
seph Ertl in the Bundestag, the use of the Early Bird for such
is among the most challenging in
(A Seven Arts Feature)
lower house of parliament, who transmissions would improve the
Experiments being conducted by the entire work. It proves the
said it was "inexplicable" that quality of the transmissions. It was
Hadassah medical scientists indi-
prejudices inspired in the Gos-
Israel should receive economic not indicated what transmitting
cate that it is possible not only to
pels and calls for atonement by
induce but to control sleep.
Christianity that can prove bene-
and receiving facilities Israel plan-
Dr. Karl Carstens, state secre- ned to use. Israel does - not have
Prof. Aaron Beller, chief of fial to the Church.
Hadassah's Department of Neuro-
Mother Hargrove's review of tary at the foreign office, replied the required antenna for such
surgery, asserted that electrically- Jules Isaac's "The Teaching of that the government gave eco- transmissions.
induced sleep — now being tried Contempt: Christian Roots of Anti- nomic aid without political condi-
on volunteer patients in the Psy- Semitism," which was a sensation tions. He added, however, that he
chiatric Hospital at Talbieh—may when it was published shortly be- expected from states receiving
soon benefit not only insomniacs fore the death of Isaac in 1963, is such aid "understanding for Ger-
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but also pilots and space travelers of immense value of soul search- many's particular position."
One of the knottiest problems at
who find it difficult if not impos- ing.
sible to sleep in flight.
This is a challenging work which issue between Germany and the
Prof. Beller, head of Hadassah's should prove of great interest to Communist bloc is Bonn's insistence
research team investigating electri- students of inter-faith good will on the claim that Poland is not
entitled to what it calls its west-
cally-induced sleep, in the United efforts.
An informative booklet on
ern territories, an area along the
States as a visiting professor at
traditional Jewish life and law
Oder and Niesse rivers, cut off
the Albert Einstein Medical Col- Israel Teachers Institute
Write: Mr. Ray Keator
from Germany after the war and
lege, stated:
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given to Poland.
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of the cabinet, Chief Rabbis Isser
havior can be achieved that re-
Yehuda Unterman "and Yitzhak
Friday, June 3, 1966-11
sembles physiological sleep.
From the behavioral point of Nissim and Aryel- L. Pincus, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency Execu-
view, closing the eyes, eye-roll-
tive, were among the dignitaries
ing movements, muscle relaxa-
tion, and reaction to outside participating in cornerstone-laying
stimuli were very similar to na- ceremonies for a new building of
the Zev Gold Institute for the
tural sleep. Physiologically, the
training of religious teachers to
appearance of high voltage slow
serve Jewish communities abroad.
waves in the electro-encephalo-
Able to house 150 students, the
gram, the slowing of respiration
institute, operated by the agency's
and heart beat, the reduction of
department of religious education
blood pressure as well as the
disappearance of some disease in the Diaspora, has already grad-
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the brain reacts to the electrical E
current to produce sleep:
"The mechanism of this pheno-
menon is still unknown to us. It
may be that we are dealing with
an inhibitory action of the brain
cortex, stimulated by this current.
It may also be that this current
deactivates the waking center in
the brain, if such exists. It could
also be that this current is stimu-
lating a sleep center whose exis-
tence has thus far not been estab-
Equipment used in inducing this
type of sleep is a transistorized,
battery-driven device, measuring 5
by 8 inches, whose output is limited
to 22.5. It was originally developed
by the Electronics Department of
the Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center and is constantly
being modified.
"The experiment was first per-
formed on dogs," Prof. Beller said.
"Then, all the investigators in-
volved in this experiment volun-
teered as subjects. Only after these
phases had been completed satis-
factorily was the experiment tried
on other volunteers, such as medi-
cal students andother members of
Hadassah's medical and paramed-
ical staffs. Further investigations
are being carried out on psychiatric
patients as well as on children
suffering from intractable asthma,
who are in a Jerusalem home where
they are being treated in coopera-
tion with Hadassah's Department
of Pediatrics."
The Polish-born chief of Hadas-
sah's neurosurgery department re-
ceived his medical degree from the
University of Vienna Medical
School in 1938. He engaged in post-
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Program. During his two-year stay
in the United States, he worked
under such eminent neurosurgeons
as Dr. Leo M. Davidoff at Monte-
fiore Hospital and Dr. Francis
Grant at the University of Penn-
sylvania. Prof. Beller became head
of Hadassah's department of neu-
rosurgery in 1948.
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