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December 08, 1967 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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Jerusalem Hanuka Celebration Scholarship Fund
to Be Community-wide Event to Honor Memory

A eommunitywide Jerusalem
Hanuka Celebration will be spon-
sored by the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee 8 p.m. Dec. 28 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
A show and dance have been ar-
ranged for the affair, featuring
Jan and Lillian
Bart in "Fiddler s
on the Roof," a
message from Is-
rael by Consul-
General Abra-
ham Avidar and
dancing to the
music of Eric
Rosenow and
his Continentals
Max Sosin, De-
troit's "toastmas-
ter-general" will
be master of
ceremonies. I s -
raeli wine and
refreshments will Sosin
be served. The event will celebrate
the return of Jerusalem after 2,000
yars and honor the modern Maca-
bees of Israel, who were victors in
the Six-Day War.
Eighteen congregations will
receive plaques for their leader-
ship in the High Holy Day Is-
rael Bond Appeal and in related
congregational activties. They
include Adas Shalom, Bnai Dav-
id, Beth Abraham, Bnai Moshe,
Ahavas Achim, Beth Aaron,
Young Israel Oak-Woods, Beth
Moses, Beth Hillel, Beth Shal-
om, Temple Israel, Mishkan Is-
rael Israel-Nusach ilarie-Luba-
vitcher Center, Shaarey Zedek,

Conservative Leader
Denies Christians
Failed to Back Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — Charges
by Jewish spokesmen that Israel's
Six-Day War proved the "failure
and futility" of Jewish-Christian
dialogue were termed "malicious
distortions" and "narcisstic non-
sense" last weekend by Rabbi
Wolfe Kelman, executive vice-
president of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly.
T h e Conservative rabbinical
leader also declared, in a state-
ment here, that it was not true
that there had been "an inade-
quate response" from Christians
during the Middle East crisis,
when Israel was "in danger of
annihilation." He asserted that
"most Christians in the United
States and, indeed, all of Europe,
both East and West, sided with
Israel's cause in May and June."
"Demonstrations and petitions
were signed and joined by hun-
dreds of thousands of Christians
in America France, Holland,
etc. " Rabbi Heiman asserted.

"There were also thousands of
individual Christian, many of
great distinction, who took - forth-
right and unequivocal positions
demanding that committments
to Israel be honored and that all
necessary action be taken to
thwart the conspiracy to destroy
Israel."

He said that clergymen such as
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr.
John Bennett, president of Union
Theological Seminary, Archbishop
Hallinan and Cardinal Cushing, Dr.
Reinhold Niebhur and "thousands
of other clergymen of all denomi-
nations publicly expressed their
identification with the anxiety
which all Jews felt for the con-
tinued survival of the Jews in
Israel and the integrity of the
Jewish State."

Montreal Temple Age 85

MONTREAL (JTA) — The 85th
anniversary of the founding of
Temple Eamnu-El of Montreal, the
oldest Reform synagogue in Can-
ada, and the 40th anniversary of
Rabbi Harry J. Stern as its spiri-
tual leader, were celebrated at a
service of rededication at the syn-
agogue. The entire month of Nov-
ember was devoted to special guest
preachers at the Sabbath Eve Ser-
vice in connection with illy anni-
versary celebration.

Shaarey Shomayim, Beth Joseph,

Beth Yehudah, Young Israel of
Northwest and Young Israel
Greenfield,.

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Friday, December 8, 1967-21

Greenfield Young Israel Dedication and Banquet

of Hy A. Keidan

Cong. Shaarey Zedek announced
the establishment of the Hy A. Kei-
dan
Scholarship Fund, which will
For reservations, call the Israel
be used for the purpose of grant.
Bond office, DI 1-5707.
The Israel Bond office will be ing scholarships for study in the
open Sundays Dec. 10 and 17 for United States or elsewhere by per-
the convenience of Israel Bond sons who are or were students in
subscribers who wish to pay their any class operated by or under
High Holy Day pledges and for the auspices of Shaarey Zedek.
This program was established
those who wish to obtain tickets
during the lifetime of the late Hy
to the Hanuka Celebration.
A. Keidan and at his request re-
mained anonymous. However, at
this time the congregation believes
that his generous interest in the
development of leadership from
Shaarey Zedek through this fund,
Dr. Chaim Potok, editor of the should have its just public recog-
Jewish Publication Society of nition.
Keidan was a devoted congrega-
America, will deliver the first lec-
ture in the Bargman Memorial tional servant. He was a lifetime
member
of the board of trustees.
Scholar Series at Temple Beth El
on "The Jew in American Litera-
ture" 8 p.m. Sunday.
Synagogue Fire in Suburb
Author of the novel "The Chos-
en," Dr. Potok, was born in New of London Set by Arsonists
LONDON (JTA) — Police said
York and gradu- r-
here that arson was involved in two
ated from Yeshij
small fires that damaged a syna-
va University in
gogue in Slough, near here Nov.
1 9 5 0 , received
28. The blaze was reported in a
his BA in En-
telephone
call to a local newspaper.
glish literature
summa cum
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laude. He re-
ceived rabbinical
ordination in
1954 from the
Jewish Theologi-
Dr. Potok
cal Seminary of
America and served 16 months in
Korea as an army chaplain. After
the war, he was director of Camp
Ramah in California and a faculty
member at the University of Jud-
aism in Los Angeles.
He was in Philadelphia from
1959 to 1963 as scholar-in-residence
at Har Zion Temple, and spent the
academic year of 1963-65 in Israel
completing his doctoral disserta-
tion in philosophy. his doctorate
was awarded by the University of
Pennsylvania in 1965.
During 1964-65, Dr. Potok was
on the faculty of the Teachers Ins-
titute of the Seminary. In 1965, he
was appointed associate editor of
the Jewish Publication Society of
America, and last year became its
editor.

Dr. Potok to Speak

at Temple Sunday

Dedication of the new addition and Wolf Gold, vice president;
at the Young Israel Center of Pau/ Kelman, treasurer; Benno
Greenfield will take place at a Levi, Gordon Ryback and Mrs.
banquet 6:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at the Louis Penfil, secretaries.
new facilities.
The Israeli Sabras will entertain.

The program will include instal-
For reservations, call Myer
lation of the new officers, Sanford Weiner, 544-3506, or Eisenberg,
Eisenberg, president; Lou Harris 542-1187.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Rabbi Is-
rael Miller, chairman of the Am-
erican Zionist Council, denounced
here "attempts by anti-Semites
and self-hating Jews to differen-
tiate between 'Jews' and 'Zion-
ists' " He called such attempts
"false and discredited" and de-
clared that "the unanimity of re-
sponse" by Jews everywhere to the
threat of destruction of Israel in
the May-June crisis and war
"should have laid to rest once and
for all the canard that Jew and
Zionist are separate and apart."
Rabbi Miller, who is also chair-
man of the American Jewish Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, made his
comments in an address to repre-
sentatives of the council's nine
constituent Zionist groups at a
special dinner meeting of the
council's executive c ommittee
given in honor of Dr. Max Nuss-
baum of Hollywood and Nathaniel
S. Rothenberg, former chairman
and administrative committee
chairman of the council, respec-
tively. They were honored for 25
years of leadership for Zionism
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more than 10 years ago. Serving
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