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January 27, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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Rabbi Mertz Interrupted in Talk
at Interfaith Service; Lobsinger,
lirealithrough Leader, Involved

An ecumenical prayer service at
a local cathedral, the first of its
kind in Detroit, was disrupted by
25 demonstrators last week. When
Rabbi Richard Hertz of Temple
Beth El began speaking, the group
walked out en masse.
A leader of the protestors, self-
designated as Roman Catholic tra_
dtionalists, was Donald Lobsinger,

Kibutznik-Educator
to Lecture at WSU

Eliezer Goldman, Brooklyn-born
educator and kibbutz member, will
include Wayne State, University of
Michigan, Michigan State and
Western Michigan universities on
a speaking tour of American
campuses beginning Sunday.
Goldman will address students
and faculty members under the
joint auspices of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations.
Goldman teaches philosophy at
Bar-Ilan University near Tel Aviv,
J''"'"WEI where he has
'been a member
of the faculty
since 1964. He is
the author of ar-
ticles, published
in Hebrew, on
the philosophy
of religion and
on the value-sys-
tem of the Id-
butz and its re-
lation to the pre-
vailing economic
system. He has
also written a
,:;book in English
Goldman W on the religious
issue in Israel's political life.
Educated at Yeshiva University,
he joined kibutz Sdeh Eliyahu in
the Beisan Valley, where he still
lives and where he engaged in agri-
cultural labor, served for five
years as farm manager, then
taught Talmud and mathematics at
the regional secondary school of
the religious kibutzim in the
Beisan Valley.

THE LIGHT TOUCH

by

JULES PASSERMAN

Your Neighborhood Pharmacist

leader of Breakthrough, the mili- dozen officers were present. No
tant ally of the John Birch Society. move was made to evict the pro-
testors. The service coincided with
The demonstration ended with a the start of National Prayer Week
brief tussle between church ushers and was organized by the North
and demonstrators. A pew was Woodward Ministerial Association.
overturned but no one was hurt. Beth El is a member of the as-
Some 700 Catholics, Jews and
Protestants participated in the sociation.
Despite the demonstration, the
service when the 25 started to
loudly recite the rosary. Lobsinger Rev. Thomas Peckham, assistant
read a "prayer" that linked the pastor of the Most Blessed Sacra-
service with "Satanic communism ment Cathedral, said the service
was "very much" a success.
and godless socialism."

A pamphlet passed out by
the demonStrators said that De-
troit Archbishop John F. Dear-
den, president of the United
States Council of Bishops, "will
not see any Catholic who he
suspects is anti-Communist or
anti-Socialist." Archbishop Dear-
den approved the interfaith
service.
Police arrived about halfway
through the services, and by the
time it was over, more than a

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Nadine Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Gloria Marli to Norman David Le-
vin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Levin of Littlefield Ave.
Miss Burns attends Wayne State
University, where she is majoring
in speech correction, and is presi-
dent of the speech and hearing
honorary. She also teaches Hebrew
at Cong. Beth Hillel and is leader
of the Junior United synagogue
Youth group at Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue. Her fiance, a pre-law stu-
dent at Wayne State majoring in
political science and history, is di-
rector of the USY group at Beth
Aaron Synagogue, where he also
leads youth sabbath services.
The couple has set an Aug. 27
wedding date.

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Sholem Aleichem Institute's fourth annual art show and sale
Feb. 10-12 at the institute will feature the works of 67 well-known
Michigan artists. Mrs. Irving Kroll, looks on as Mesdames (from left)
Herbert Schein, Gertrude Forman and Jack Cohen put the finishing
touches on a series of children's books made for the handicraft bouti-
que, a new feature of the show.

"Art is for everybody" is the
theme of the fourth annual art show
and sale at the Sholem Aleichem
Institute Feb. 10-12. The show, spon-
sored by the institute, will feature
a diversity of media and techniques
by Michigan artists.
In addition to the professional
artists' selection of oils, water
colors, appliqued and embroi-
dered wall hangings, sculpture,
silver work, jewelry and pottery,
the Sholem Aleichem show will
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Benjamin Rich Realty
Makes a $7,000,000 Sale

In the face bf talk of high in-
terest rates and tight money, a
Detroit realty firm has just com-
pleted the first multimillion-dol-
lar real estate transaction in the
Midwest for 1967.
In the complex, all-cash deal
involving, five buildings, Forbes-
Cohen Corp., with Benjamin Rich
Realty Co. serving • as broker,
traded a new four-story, 50,000
square foot office building and
a new motion picture theater at
12 Mile and Dequindre for three
large apartment buildings. The
apartments, in turn, were sold for
cash or on contract.
A million-dollar-plus mortgage
recently consummated on the of-
fice building was assumed by the
purchasers, a Detroit investment
group. The office building and
theater are adjacent to the Uni-
versal City Shopping Center in
Warren, developed and owned by
Forbes-Cohen.
The transaction, about four
months in the making, and which
involved, more than $4,000,000, was
handled by Harry Gold, vice presi-
dent of Benjamin Rich • Realty.

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