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May 26, 1967 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-26

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Samuel Lieberman's Interest
in Education Perpetuated by
Family at Bnai David School

Dedication of the Cong. Bnai
Relatives and friends, including
David classroom building in mem- five grandchildren, will be present
ory of Samuel Lieberman, at sere- for the dedication, to which the
ices 8 p.m. June 8 will mark the public is inVited.
culmination of family dreams.
Mr. Lieberman, who died in
1945, was an early member of
Bnai David, having joined in 1929.'
He was the founder in 1921 of
Monroe Waste Paper Co., which
is operating today under the presi-
dency of his son, Jack, and is
one of the largest waste paper
plants in the state. •
Mr. Lieberman was an ardent
supporter of Jewish education. Ile
involved himself in many charitable
projects and taught his family to
do likewise. His wife, Lena; son
Jack; daughters Mrs. Louis M.
(Mollie) Elliman and Mrs. Ida
Berman hope to further the goals
Of his life by making possible the
dedication of the school building
SAMUEL LIEBERMAN
in his memory.

Hasidic

Wisdom

Temple Beth El to Honor
Its Members of 50 Years



Evening services of Temple Beth

El 8:30 today have been designated

Beth El Married Group

i THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Elects Marvin Novick

Marvin Novick was elected presi-
dent at the 16th annual meeting
of the Married Group of Temple
Beth El.

Other officers elected were Har-
old Josephson and William B.
Lichtig. vice presidents. Irving B.
Chasnick, treasurer: and Mrs. Shel-
don H. Beck and Mrs. David
Kahrnoff, secre-
taries.
The following
were elected to
the hoard of di-
rectors: Messrs.
a n d Mesdames
Harvey Bailey,
David Bloom-
field, Carl Hei-
fetz, Marvin Katz,
Herbert M. Sa-
perstein, Edward Novick
Schneider, Gary Taback and Rob-
bert Tell.

Friday, May 26, 1967-21

Gamzey Reviews llany Current
Issues in New Book, 'Cos-enamor

Gamzey discusses Israel, relig-
Robert Gamzey, editor of the
Denver Intermountain News, who ion, philo-Semitism on tha campus,

already has two books to his cred- and politics.
it. has produced a third — "Cove-

nant — The Jew in Twentieth Cen-
tury America," published by
Thomas Yoseloff.
Having just returned from a
prolonged stay in Israel. Gamzey
introduced a new form of inter-
pretive articles in his new book.
In 18 essays. he deals with
every conceivable subject affect-
ing American and world Jewries.
He touches upon Brotherhood
and the Good Will movement and
he reviews occurrences pointing to
anti-Semitic involvements.
The
An oft-discussed issue,
contains his
Vanishing Jew,"
views and has many quotes from
notables who reviewed the issue
Lee J. Marks, outgoing presi- in recent years when it suddenly
dent, and Mrs. Marks will serve has been warned that Jews are
as ex-officio members of the board losing ground in America.
of directors.

Novick, a graduate of City
University of New York and
New York University Graduate
School, has completed the course
requirements leading to a PhD
degree at the latter university.

as Sabbath of Recognition. Eighty-
. one members who have been af-
filiated with the congregation for a
A certified public accountant, he
holds the position of vice presi-
The Rimanover (died 1815) half-century will be honored.
dent
of Michigan Blue Shield. Ile
Each of the honorees will be
dreamed that he ascended to Ileac- i
en and heard an angel pleading • presented with an inscribed certifi- is a member of the executive
board of the human relations com-
with the Lord to grant Israel cate of appreciation.
mittee of Oak Park and in 1967
wealth, saying: "Behold how pious
This is the ceremony that was
they are in poverty! Give unto postponed from last Jan. 27 due to was voted "man of the year" of
Oak Park.
them riches, and they will be many Detroit's heavy blizzard.
Novick is married to the former
times as pious."
In addition, the newly-elected
The Rabbi inquired the name of
officers and directors of the men's Margaret Ann Blau and they are
the angel. The reply was: "lie is
club will be installed by Dr. Hertz. the parents of three sons.
called Satan."
The Rabbi then e x c l a i m e d:
"Leave us in poverty, 0 Lord. Safe-
guard us from the favors of Satan.••
By AHARON ROSEN

HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT

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The Kariver (died 1813) said:
"Do not hate your erring brother
on the ground that you have not
erred like him. Had he possessed
your nature. he might not ha%c
sinned, and had you possessed his
nature, von might have been the
sinner. A man's transgressions de-
pend not entirely upon his free
choice. Juit oftentimes upon many
other circumstances!'

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Said the Bershider (died I816):
of the
to
repent
"It is not easy
sin of melancholy. When a man
begins to repent of it, he falls into
deeper melancholy because he real-
izes that he has sinned. -

Said t he Radviller (died 1825r
''The commandment: 'Thou shalt
not covet.' is placed at the end of
the Decalogue because he who has ,
observed this commandment is cer-
tain to have observed all those •
which precede it. But he who has
not sufficient self-discipline to ful-
fill this prohibition against covet
ing must commence anew wth the
first commandment which is belief
in the justice of God. For had he
sincerely believed in God, he would
not be covetous of that which God
had allotted as, the share of
others."
• • •
The Strelisker (died 1826) was
asked: "Why is it that the Zaddi-
kim formerly were contented with
small donations . whereas the pres-
ent-day Zaddikim ask for lar,te
donations?"
He answered: "Because a natural
rose is cheaper than an artificial
one."

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