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August 05, 1966 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—August 5, 1966

AJ Congress Dialogue Pursues
Understanding of Diaspora Jewry

REHOVOT, (JTA) — Israelis
were warned here not to condemn
Diaspora Jews since such condem-
nation is, in reality, "condemna-
tion of Jewishness."
Addressing a session of the Am-
erican Jewish Congress Dialogue
here, Col. Mordechai Ban-On, chief
education officer of the Israel
Army, said that Jews who do not
migrate to Israel are not inferior to
Israelis.
He called on all Israelis to con-
centrate on developing more "Jew-
ishness' in their lives as the best
way to attract immigration from
western countries. Other speakers
at the session included Dr. Moshe
Ben Meir, Deputy Interior Minis-
ter, and Dr. Irving Greenberg, pro-
fessor of history at Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
At an earlier session, Rabbi
Aruthur Lelyveld, of Cleveland,
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, warned that the
pressures of nation-building in Is-
rael, and the trend toward assimi-
lation in the United States are
causing Jews in both countries to
abandon those cultural and ethical
values that made the Jews a
distinctive people.
Rabbi Leyveld weighed the re-
lationship of both Israeli and Am-
erican Jews to Jewish traditional
values in opening the "dialogue,"
which is being held at the Weiz-
man Institute of Science here.
About 40 Israeli and American
scholars, writers and religious
writers are attending the three-
day parley which is devoted to the
theme, "The Nature of the Jewish
Distinctivness in the United States
and Israel."
"Both the Sabra and the Canaa-
nite Jews in Israel and the assimi-
lated Jew in the United States,"
said Rabbi Lelyveld, "reject the
distinguishing values born of the
Jewish religious heritage and folk
experience. As a result, the heri-

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tage of Jewish values has been
blurred and now faces the danger
of being erase."

Brevities

BERJ ZAMKOCHIAN, famous
organist of the Boston Symphony
orchestra, will give a free concert
8 p.m. Aug. 18 at Ford Auditorium.
The concert is sponsored by the
Gregorian Institute of America and
the University of Windsor Interna-
tional Summer School of Liturgy
and Church Music.
* *
The Detroit Institute of Technol-
ogy's DIAMOND JUBILEE MUSIC
FESTIVAL, featuring the Detroit
Concert Band, will be held at the
music shell, Michigan State Fair
Grounds, 8:15 p.m. today.
* * *
The Friday Nigh Forum of the
American Civil Liberties Union of
Michigan will continue its series of
dikussions with attorney AVERN
COHN speaking on "Why the One-
Man Jury?" 8 p.m. today at the
home of Josephine Gomon, 1325
Nicolet, Lafayette Park. At the
same time and place Aug. 12, ABE
ZWERDLING, member of the De-
troit Board of Education, will dis-
cuss "Public Schools and Civil
Liberties." Nominal donation.
* * *
NEW YORK — DR. JUDAH J.
SHAPIRO secretary of the Nation-
al Foundation for Jewish Culture
and former national director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations,
will give the keynote speech to
the 13th national convention of
the Student Zionist Organization,
Aug. 29 to Sept. 2 at Camp Galil,
Ottsville, Pa. The convention theme
will be "A Zionism for Today's
College Youth."
* *
The Kiwanis Club of Oak Park
will have their annual out-door din-
ner meetings during August, at
Community Park on Oak Park
Blvd. each Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.

Violin-Cello Competition
Announced by Austrian
Consulate General

Norman H. Birnkrant, consul
general of Austria for Michigan
announces the International Music
Competition for violin and violin-
cello will be held in Vienna next
year May 29-June 14. It will be
sponsored by the Academy of Mu-
sic and Dramatic Art in Vienna
during the Vienna Festival.
The competition is open to all
nationalities, but participants must
not be more than 32 years of age.
Entry applications may be se-
cured from the Austrian Consulate,
1300 First National Building, De-
troit 48226. Deadline on entries is
March 31.

BRAVERMAN'S

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MRS. BRUCE SEYBURN

Joyce Ann Golden and Bruce
Henry Seyburn were united in mar-
riage in an evening ceremony re-
cently at the Sheraton-Cadillac Ho-
tel. Rabbis Milton Rosenbaum and
Irwin Groner officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Maurice Golden of Sussex
Ave., Oak Park, and the late Mr.
Golden. Mr. Seyburn is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Seyburn of
Wildemere Ave.
Given in marriage by Her-
man Smiley of Tucson, Ariz., the
bride had her sister, Mrs. Gary
Kaplan of Middletown, N.J.,
serve as matron of honor. Brides.
maid were Francene Golden,
the bride's sister, Mrs. Alvin
Gendelman and Mrs. Fredrick
Kaye of Atlanta, both sisters of
the bridegroom, Mrs. Ronald
Kaye of Montreal and Debbie
Kaye of Atlanta, junior brides-
maid.
David Kaplan was best man, and
i the ushers were Alvin Gendelman,
I Gary Kaplan, Fred Kaye, George
Kates and Henry Sillman of New
York.
Flower girl was Michele Kaplan
of Middletown, and Richard Kaye
of Atlanta was junior usher.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico, the couple will live on Plym-
outh Rd.

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The Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit and sev-
eral Detroit area rabbis express-
ed opposition this week to an am-
endment being proposed by Sena-
tor Everett Dirksen, which would
eliminate any constitutional bars
to "providing for or permitting the
voluntary participation" in prayer
by public school students.
The council statement, submit-
ted to the members of the Senate
Judiciary Committee, urged against
"tampering with traditional con-
stitutional guarantees that have
been the foundation of the unique
separation of church and state that
our nation enjoyed."
The following rabbis A. Brand-
er, H. Donin, L. Fram, J. Gordon,
I. Groner I. Halpern, M. Halpern,
R. Hertz, D. Jessel, M. Kanter, M.
Kapustin, M. Lehrman, S. Panitz,
M. Rosenbaum, A. I. Schnipper, J.
Segal, M. R. Syme, S. Wine and
• Gorrelick supported the council
position in a statement, "Regarding
Religion and Public Life" which
accompanied the one presented by
the council. Pointing out that re-
ligion must be in a position to ex-

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press its views "freely and openly"
the rabbinic statement declared
this less possible if government
authority is allowed to intrude in-
to the exercise of religion.

A three-ring circus, complete
with clowns and animals and aerial
artists, will be staged in front of
the Grandstand and will be free to
patrons of the Michigan State Fair.

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