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May 05, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS M

18—Friday, May 5, 1967

Rabbi Morris Adler's

By SEYMOUR SIEGEL

Associate Professor of Theology,
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America

"If a man is great," wrote Oli-
ver Wendell Holmes, "he makes
others believe in greatness. He
makes them incapable of mean •
ideals and easy self-satisfaction."
Morris Adler was a man who
fitted this definition. Ile was a
great human being, an outstanding
rabbi, a fervent Jew. Ile was the
spiritual leader of one of the lead-
ing congregations in the United
States. His several books werq
widely read. Living in the great
induArial center of Detroit, he
won for himself an important place
in the labor move.nent. A remark-

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able orator and natural leader, he
was also a delightful human being
whose boisterous good humor, vi-
tality and keenness of mind up-
lifted all who came into. his
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Morris Adler was both lover and
master of words, using the essay
form with artistry and restraint.
Through these writings we get an
idea of the kind of person he was
—the breadth of his interests, the
humaneness of his outlook, his pas-
sionate attachment to Judaism and
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1964. He was 19 when he died and grandfather were buried. ideals and good philosophic sense.
in combat in Vietnam on Feb. 14,
1966. Ile wrote many letters to
his mother and to his sister. Sue.
These are now available in a full-
length book , "The Letters of Pfc.
Richard E. Marks, USMC," pub-
lished by Lippincott.
While these letters represent a
two-year diary, a blow-by-blow ac-
count of his activities, expressions
of many views on many subjects,
evaluations of the young fellows
in service who had aims which
Richard viewed critically or diag-
nosed with skill, they emerge in
their totality as philosophical es-
says which, -fortunately, have been
preserved.
Many of his letters are deeply
moving. There are affectionate
references to mother and sister,
recollections of his father who
died in 1963.
There are comments on the Viet-
nam situation. From the field he
wrote: "I am fighting to protect
and maintain what I believe in
and what I want to live in — a
democratic society. If I am killed
while carrying out this mission I
want no one to cry or mourn for
me, I want people to hold their
heads high and be proud of me for
the job I did."
Ironically, his last letter became
a will and testament. In it he wrote
he wanted his sister to be the
beneficiary of his life insurance,
he commented on possible mar-
riage for his sister, remarriage
for his mother. He specified the
rabbi who was to officiate at his

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Another Israeli Bank
Taken Over; Faced
Financial Difficulties

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Credit
Bank of Israel has been taken over
by the Bank Leumi, Israel's larg-
est bank, because of 'financial
difficulties" and will be operated
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that all obligations of the three
banks to depositors would be paid
in full,
He also disclosed that the Bank
Leumi would pay 5,000,000 pounds
($1,600,000) for Ellerns and the
Credit Bank which have a total of
25 branches in Israel. He said
eight of the branches would be
operated as Leumi units and the
others sold to other Israeli banks
seeking new outlets.

Yankee High Scorer
Aids Israel Team

The basketball team of Maccabi
Tel-Aviv reached the finals of the
European Cup because of a Jewish
boy from Trenton, N.J., Cal Brodie.
Brodie, who played for the U.S.
team in Israel at the last Mac-
cabia in 1965, liked Israel and
promised to return, This he did
last summer, and now nearly won
the cup for Israel. A byplay to
the cup was as follows: Maccabi
Tel-Aviv had to play Ignes-Varese
and suddenly Brodie discovered
that his shoes were torn. In Israel
he could not find a suitable pair
to fit him and he had to request
the help of El Al to get him a pair
from New York, Within 48 hours
these shoes arrived in Tel Aviv
for him and he went on to score
more than 30 points by himself
for his team.

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