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July 14, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

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Chicorel-Katzman Rites
planned for December

LETTER BOX

Hope of Israel
Analyzed by
Christadelphian

Editor, The Jewish News:

Nun Is First 'Resident' at Jewish Home for Aged

On page 218 there is the follow
ing, "Enough has been said to
show that the restoration of Israel
is one of the main features of the
divine purpose to be developed in
the future — that the Kingdom of
God cannot be established without
its accomplishment, and that, in
fact, it is an element in the grand
event on which the world's salva-
tion depends. 'Salvation is of the
Jews', nationally and individu-
ally."
Nominal "Christendom" knows
little about "the hope of Israel,"

Your last editorial states, "It is
especially pressing that Christians
everywhere should let their voices
be heard, wherever diplomats are
scheming to weaken Israel's
status . . ." The problem is that
the vast majority of "Christians"
have completely neglected to
search the Scriptures daily, consequently it is useless to look
therefore they know nothing about for assistance from that which is

MISS SHELLEY CHICOREL

Mr. and Mrs. Max Chicorel of

Pembroke Ave. announce the en-

gagement of their daughter Shelley
Joan to Robert M. Zatzman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Katzman
of Lincoln Rd., Huntington Woods.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Michigan State University's col-
lege of education. Her fiance is
a graduate of Michigan State Uni-
versity and will enter its law
school in the fall.
A December wedding is planned.

Sheryl White Engaged
to Serviceman J. Erlich

the one "hope of Israel" (Acts
17:11,
and 28:20). Christianity
today is so far apostate that it is
comparable to Babylonian myth-
ology as Robert Roberts' book,
"Christendom Astray" cle a r l y
proves.
This book was first written in
1862, many years before Theodor
Herzl's pa m p h l e t, "A Jewish
State." Because this Christadelph-
ian, Robert Roberts, understood the
Christian "hope of Israel," he
wrote in pages 213, 214, "They (the
Jews) will be collected from the
lands among which they are now
distributed in disgrace, and re-
settled in their land as a great
nation; this will be the gathering.
Surely this is plain . . . When this
shall come to pass, the enemies of
Israel will be confounded. Those
who now deride them, and mock
at their national hope, will be over-
taken by the retribution to which
they are rendering themselves
liable. The approaching noontide
of Jewish prosperity will be their
(the enemies') destruction. The
preliminary symptoms of the
change will fill them with panic ...
Here, then, is certain doom
for all who now take part
against Israel; but there is a
blessing in store for those who be-
friend them. "Blessed is he that
blesseth thee, and cursed is he

that curseth thee."

MISS SIIERYL WHITE

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin White of
Stahelin Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sheryl
to Sp/4 Jerry Lee Erlich, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Erlich of Cherry-
, lawn Ave.
After a year in Vietnam, the
bridegroom-elect will be stationed
in Michigan City, Ind.
A February wedding is planned.

Judy Bedna rsh EnDiged
to Leslie J. Schneid

MISS JUDY BEDNARSH

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bednarsh
of Greenlawn Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter Judy
Ilene to Airman Leslie J. Schneid,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Schneid of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak
Park.
A November wedding is planned.



Banks Exhaust
Bond Certificates

Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel
Bond director, has issued a state-
ment to reassure Israel Bond pur-
chasers whose bonds have been
delayed. He declared the delay

is due to the extraordinary re-
sponse by purchasers, causing the

banks to run out of bond certi-
ficates.
Levitan wrote: -
"Dear Bond Buyer,
"This is a happy letter of

apology. Never have so many Is-
rael Bonds been sold to so many

Detroit Jewish families in so short
a time in so large an amount. As
a result of this happy fact, all
the Israel Bond banks of issue,
including the National Bank here,
have run out of bonds.
"The company which prints the
bond certificates has been unable
to keep up with the demand, and
we have just discovered that
thousands of Detroit Israel Bond
buyers, who normally would have
received their bonds within 10 to
14 days after sending in their
money, have already experienced
a delay of several weeks.
"We wish to thank you for your
patience and for helping to create
this "happy crisis." You won't
have to wait too long now. The
National Bank has placed an
emergency order for a substantial
number of Israel bond certificates
with the Chase Manhattan Bank
of New York, and you should get
your bonds within a few weeks.
"Interest on your Israel Bonds
will, of course, be earned from
the date your bond application
was sent to the bank by our of-
fice.
"Thank you for waiting."

Friday, July 14, 1967-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

but a weak, broken reed. Israel's
future glory and greatness will be
accomplished with the coming of
the Messiah and the building of the
third temple. These facts are guar-
anteed by God in His Holy Scrip-
tures. "Turn away from man in
whose nostrils is breath, for of
what account is he?" "And many
peoples shall come. and say:
'Come, let us go up to the moun-
tain of the Lord, to the house of
the God of Jacob; that He may
teach us His ways and that we
may walk in His paths.' For out of
Zion shall go forth the law, and the
word of the Lord from Jerusalem.
He shall judge between the nations,
and shall decide for many peoples;
and they shall beat their swords
into plowshares, and their spears
into pruning hooks; nation shall
not lift up sword against nation,
neither shall they learn war any
more." (Isaiah 2:22-4).
Sincerely,
ARTHUR W. ARMSTRONG
22636 Tireman Ave.
Detroit, Mich. 48239

When she completes her year's
training at the Roslindale Cen-
ter, she will establish and super-
vise a long-term care institution
in Ludlow, Mass. She is one of 12
students in the United States do-
ing graduate work in the long-
term care field.
Maurice May, executive director
of the center, said that Sister
Polowniak's selection of the cen-
ter to serve her residency testi-
fied to the center's status as "a
high quality institution where care,

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Since its inception, Christianity

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the Vatican is possessed, if perhaps
unconsciously, of deep theological



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It is important, I believe, to
understand the real motivation of
the Vatican's Jerusalem policy. Its
opposition to Israel's absorption of
old Jerusalem does not derive from
any fear that Israel will be less
tolerant and more restrictive in
the administration of the holy
places than Jordan was. Rather

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Children's Hospital of Michigan
has announced ground-breaking
ceremonies for the new Children's
Hospital will take place in the De-
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Among the trustees are Eugene
J. Arnfeld, Martin L. Butzel, Wil-
liam H. Frank, Mrs. Samuel Ham-
burger, Mrs. John A. Heavenrich,
Max Osnos and Mrs. Henry Wine-
man.

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administration.

Rabbi Suggests
Motive for Vatican
Policy on Old City

the face of the earth and to play
out their role as witnesses to the
Christian claim that the new dis-
pensation has superseded the old.
Now Jews have dared to return
to Israel and even repossessed Jeru-
salem, the site of God's covenant
with them and the symbol of God's
Shehina (spirit) over them. By
this fact, galut (exile) has come to
an end and Jews have restored
their historical and spiritual unity
with ancient Israel. It also dem-
onstrates that the promises and
prophesies are finding fulfillment
in the historical and natural Jews.
The uproar over Israel's incorpo-
ration of old Jerusalem is part of
the continuing theological debate
between Judaism and Christianity.
RABBI JOEL J. LITKE

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The Roslindale Center has 475
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care. It serves as a teaching unit
for Harvard Medical School ,North-
eastern University nursing school
and other medical institutions.

BOSTON (JTA)—A Catholic
nun took up her duties last week
as the first resident in long-term
care administration at the Hebrew
Rehabilitation Center for the Aged
in Roslindale, Mass.
Sister Mary Polowniak, R.N., a
member of the Felician Sisters Or-
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