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September 02, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-02

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THE DETRDFT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 2, 1966-17 Survey Advises Catholics

Beth Jacob-Mogen Abraham Reopens for Holidays

- Max Kaplan, president of Cong. Beth Jacob-Mogen Abraham in the
Beth Jacoi)-Mogen Abraham, an- new Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
nounces the relocation of Cong. Tora Center, 15751 W. 1012 Mile,
Southfield.
The synagogue will begin its re-
Temple Israel Schools
ligious services with L'lihot 11:30
to Resume Sessions
p.m., Sept. 10. Rabbi Solomon P.
Temple Israel announces the re- Wohlgelernter will officiate.
sumption of regular religious
committee will be at the syn-
school classes Sept. 11 and HebreW agogue office 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
school classes Sept. 19.
daily and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays
In addition to the services con- to accept seat reservations.
ducted in the sanctuary by Rabbis
Leon Fram and M. Robert Syme, Beth Shalom Given Tora,
during the Holy Days, the sup-
plementary services in the social Ornaments in Memory
hall will be conducted by Rabbi of the Late Alex Belkin
Sylvan Schwartzman, professor of
Cong. Beth Shalom was presented
education at the Hebrew Union with a new Tora and set of hand-
College—Jewish Institute of Reli- fashioned, modern silver Tora or-
gion.
naments by Mrs. Alex Belkin, in
memory of her late husband.
Guide to Dialogue Issued
Designed by the celebrated Is-
NEW :YORK (JTA)—A pamph- rael artist, Ludwig Wolpert, the
let entitled "Guide to Interreli- crown, breast plate, containing
gious Dialogue," designed as an precious stones symbolic of each
aid ' ■ :o encourage interfaith discus- of the tribes of Israel, and the yad
sion, has been published by the (pointer), will be presented by
Mrs. Belkin and her children at
American Jewish Committee.
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, di- Sabbath services Sept. 10.
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern will
rector of the committee's inter-
religious affairs department, point- formally dedicate the new Tora
ed out that the pamphlet includes and ornaments. A kiddush will
a list of topics for discussion, as follow the morning services.
well as a practical working plan.
which explains how to set up a Russia's Chief Rabbi
dialogue, where to hold it and
Sends Greeting to Israel
how to attract participants.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish NeWs)

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TEL AVIV — A New Year's
message from Chief Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levin of Moscow has been
received by the Petah Tikvah Rab-
binical Court, Rabbi Shimon Katz,
court secretary, disclosed Wed-
nesday.
Rabbi Levin said in the message:
"May it be the will of Him whose
name is peace that the new year
ahead will be a year of blessing
and success in all our deeds, a
year of glory for the law and
the commandments, a year in
which final peace will prevail in
the world.

Educate Pupils on Jews

SOUTH. BEND, Ind. (JTA)-
Even the most religious Catholic
families in the United States fail
to instill among their children an
understanding of the Jewish peo-
ple, and that task may have to be
taken up by the Catholic schools,
it was stated here in a report on
Roman Catholic education in this
country, issued by the University
of Notre Dame Press.
The report consists of a 328-
page volume. entitled "Catholic
Schools in Action," and had been
financed by the Carnegie Corp.
In a summary, the report
stated: "Self-examination by
Catholic schools may be espe-
cially necessary with respect to
anti-Semitism. Catholic educa-
tors may desire to open a
dialogue among Catholic stn.-
dents that will broaden their
understanding of the Jewish and
other minorities."
As a test of Catholic student
attitudes toward the Jewish peo-
ple, the volume reported, 14,519
students in parochial schools in
13 representative Catholic dio-
ceses had been asked to give their
reactions to this statement: "There
is something strange and different
about Jews; it is hard to know
what they are thinking or plan-
ning, or what makes them tick."
Responding to this statement,
it was reported, nearly one-third,
or 32.7 per cent of the students,
said they were "uncertain"; 19.9
per cent indicated some degree of
anti-Jewish bias; and 47.4 per cent
showed themselves unprejudiced
regarding Jews.
"It seems," the report stated,
"that even the most religious fami-
lies do not instill in their children
an open-minded attitude toward
Jews. Apparently, Catholic school
children do not so much have an
unfavorable image of Jews as they
have no image at all. This may be
accounted for to some extent by
the. infrequency of social contacts
between Catholics and Jews."

Officials, Unions Angry
at Vandalism in Germany

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE

FOR HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
IN OUR NEW SOCIAL HALL

. BONN: (JTA)—Forty-five grave-
stones were damaged and 33 daub-
ed with anti-Jewish slogans in the
old Jewish cemetery in Luebeck,
in northern Germany last weekend.
Helmut Lemke, prime minister
of Schleswig-Holstein, denounced
the desecrations. The German
Trade Unions demanded severe
punishment for the vandals, and
the city of Luebeck has promised
to help the Jewish community to
restore the cemetery.

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SHMUEL WERZBERGER, DIRECTOR OF THE
ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER, INC.

will be in Detroit on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 6th & 7th.
Appointments may be had by calling Diamond 1-0669, Hayim Green-
berg Institute, 19161 Schaefer Highway. All other inquiries may be
made to regional office, 13947 Cedar Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 44118,

231-0757.

AHAVAS ACHIM RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

Announces

Registrations for the 1966-67 Term will be taken at

AHAVAS ACHIM SYNAGOGUE

i 9190 Schaefer

September 7, 8 — From 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
September 11 — From 10:00 - 12:00 Noon

All Classes to the 10th Grade, Confirmation

Non-Members Welcomed,

SCHOOL STARTS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th AT THE

VERNOR SCHOOL, TRACEY AND PEMBROKE

For information call UN 4-6428

BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE
TEEN AGE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

AT

IMPERIAL CATERING HALL

18451 WYOMING

Services conducted by Harry Goldstein and Dan Guyer
Tickets available for all Teen Agers 13-18 at Synagogue

18000 Wyoming
or call
UN 1-5222

Limited number of Adult Holiday Seats Available—

Membership Invited

Religious School Registration—Now Being Accepted

WHERE DOES JEWISH EDUCATION BEGIN?

CONGREGATION
AHAVAS ACHIM

19190 Schaefer Highway

SEPARATE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
FOR YOUTH OF ALL AGES

INQUIRIES ON SYNAGOGUE'S
MEMBERSHIP INVITED

VISIT US OR CALL UN 4-6428

OFFICE HOURS:

MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
9:00 A.,M. TO 5:00 P.M. — 7:30 TO 9:30 P.M,
FRIDAY — 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M.
SUNDAYS — 9:00 A.M. TO 12 NOON

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS

PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED TEACHERS! CITY AND SUBURBAN TRANS-
PORTATION! CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FOR ALL AREAS! BAR MITZ-
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EDUCATION FROM NURSERY THROUGH THE COLLEGE YEARS!

ENROLL NOW FOR SEPTEMBER, '66

AT THE BRANCH LOCATED CLOSEST TO YOU

Adas Shalom
Beth Aaron
B'nai Moshe—Oak Park
Borman-Beth Moses
Esther Berman
Samuel & Maly Cohn (Livonia)
Ades Shalom-Southfield
(Birney School)
Young Israel Center of Oak Woods
Hebrew High School
Midrasha (College of Jewish Studies)
Nursery School
(Licensed by the State of Michigan)

7045 Curtis
18000 Wyoming
14390 W. Ten Mile
21355 W. Seven Mile
18977 Schaefer
31840 W. Seven Mile

11 Mile and Evergreen
24061 Coolidge
18977 Schaefer
18977 Schaefer

15110 W. Ten Mile Rd.

AFFILIATED SCHOOLS

Combined Jewish Schools of Sholem Aleichem and Arbeiter Ring
19350 Greenfield
18340 West Seven Mile Rd.
Beth Yehudah Afternoon Schools
13735 West Seven Mile
Northwest
Southfield
15751 West 10 1/2 Mile
14450 West Ten Mile
Temple Emanuel

FOR INFORMATION CALL DI 1-3407

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