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October 21, 1966 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-21

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Beth El Lectures Will Start Nov. 7

Young Israel Leaders to Attend Midwest Parley

Young Israel branches of Metro-
Temple Beth El's annual Theo- Silver Chair of Jewish Studies at
dare and Mina Bargman Memorial Western Reserve University, Cleve- politan Detroit will attend the mid-
western conference of the move-
icholar Series will be held on four land.
successive Monday evenings, be-
Admission is free to the public. ment Nov. 24-27 in Cleveland, an-
ginning Nov. 7, at 8:30, at the Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, will pre- nounced Rabbi Samuel H. Prero,
Temple.
side. A social hour will follow each president of the Young Israel
Council of Metropolitan Detroit.
Isaac Bashevis Singer, noted lecture.
The national officers of Young
author and journalist. will speak
Israel, headed by President Abe
Nov. 7 on "My Philosophy as a
Saperstein, will attend the con-
Jewish Writer."
ROME (JTA) — Norman S. vention. Nov. 27 Saperstein will he
Dr. Lou H. Silberman professor
of Jewish literature and thought at Rabb. Boston philanthropist and the guest of Young Israel of North-
Vanderbilt University. Nashville, civic leader, who is chairman of west Detroit at a testimonial din-
the interreligious affairs commit- ner for Mr. and Mrs. Sam S.
tee of the American Jewish Com- Novetsky.
Novetsky, identified with the
mittee, had an audience with Pope
Paul VI Oct. 12. Rabb discussed the Young Israel movement for four
progress of Jewish-Christian rela-
tions in the United States since
the Ecumenical Council promul-
gated the decree on the Jews a
Rabbi Jacob Weinberg, dean of
year ago this month. The decree the Ner Samuel Rabbinical Semi-
promulgated by Pope Paul repudi- nary of Toronto, will be the guest
ated the charge of the collective speaker of Agudath Israel of De-
guilt of the Jewish people for the troit at a Melaveh -Malkeh, 8 p.m.
death of Jesus.
Oct. 29 at Cong. Bnai Jacob.

Rabb Sees Pope Paul

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

decades has been selected as 14—Friday, October 21, 1966
"man of the year" for his devotion
to the youth of the community.
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ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER

Selassie's Israel
Stand Makes Him
Target of Arabs

LONDON (JTA) — Haile Selas-
sie, the Ethiopian emperor, be-
came the target of Syrian charges
last week on his arrival in Jordan
from Beirut, of being part of the
"imperialist. Zionist plot against
the Arabs," it was reported from
Beirut. The emperor evoked
Syrian wrath by a statement he
made at a banquet- in his honor
in Beirut at which he said: "That
we recognize Israel is a fact. We
accord this recognition to Israel
not out of any urge to harm our
Arab brothers but because of
historical factors and national
policy."
The Damascus press immediately
interpreted his explanation as
demonstrating that his visit to
Jordan, with which Syria is cur-
rently in sharp dispute, was part
of the "imperialist plot." In his
Beirut address. the Emperor said
that, when Ethiopia recognized
Israel, "we neither lost sight of
the misfortune in which the
Palestinian refugees find them-
selves today, nor our responsibility
to seek solutions to their prob-
lems. That is why we made it our
policy to support at the United
Nations their repatriation or com-
pensation for their property in
Israel."
Another press dispatch reported
that Ethiopia had asked Israel to
train an Ethiopian force in coun-
ter-insurgency techniques, to cope
with Egyptian efforts to enable
Arabs in Eritrea to revolt against
E t h i o p i a. Eritera came under
Ethiopia jurisdiction in 1962.

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Congre g ation Shaare y ZedeA

Cordially invites you to its

Second annual art 6x4ilition

OCTOBER 23RD 'CO 30TH

HOURS

EXCEPT SATURDAY

7 P.M. to 10 P.M.

DAILY & SUNDAY

1 P.M. to 10 P.M.

EXCEPT FRIDAY

1 P.M. to 4 P.M.

FREE ADMISSION

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES

Arvin Galleries
Garelick's

Rene& Gallery

Rina Gallery

Graphica Gallery

J. L Hudson Gallery

Allen Rubiner Gallery
Ruff Gallery

Gertrude Kasle Gallery

Safrai Gallery

Donald Morris Gallery

Franklin Siden Gallery

Anna Werbe Gallery

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JEWISH THEMES - JEWISH ARTISTS

Lill lecture on "Between
God and Man — the Meaning of
Revelation for the Contemporary
Jew," Nov. 14.
Dr. Steven S. Schwarzschild, vis-
iting associate professor of reli-
gious studies at Brown University.
will speak on "A Dead World and
Its God," Nov. 21.
The final lecture. Nov. 28, on
The Varieties of Modern Jewish
Belief: Buber, Heschel. Kaplan,"
will be delivered by Dr. Bernard
Martin, professor of Abba Hillel

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