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January 12, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-12

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Moss-Pa riser Nuptials
Held at Raleigh House

Jewish Chaplains Told of Unique Role They Play

LAKEWOOD, N.J.—Jewish mili-
tary chaplains are in a unique
position to transmit the Jewish
value system from one generation
to another, which is the chief task
of all rabbis, Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
told the annual meeting of the
Association of Jewish Chaplains
of the Armed Forces.
The association met during the
annual professional development
seminar for active duty chap-
lains conducted by the commis-




THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 12, 1968-23
sion on Jewish chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
creating communication between
Analyzing the role of religion in the generations.
general and of Judaism in paritcu
lar in preserving the values of
western civilization, Dr. Finkel-
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stein said that these cannot be
For Any Occasion
transmitted either by scientists or ..,
philosophers because a value sys- •
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MRS. DOUGLAS MOSS

Sue Ellen Pariser and Douglas
Arthur Moss were united in mar-
riage recently at the Raleigh
House. Rabbis Jacob Segal and
Richard Hertz officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Pariser of Amt.
more Dr., Birmingham, and Mrs.
Harry Moss of Sherbourne Rd.
and the late Dr. Moss.
The bride's gown was a modi-
fied cage of imported Abraham
silk faille. The neck and sleeves
were trimmed with hand-made
Belgian lace embroidered with
seed pearls. Her Camelot train fell
to cathedral length, and a Spanish
cap held her antique cathedral-
length mantilla of Belgian lace. She
carried butterfly orchids.
Mrs. Bertram P. Adler, sister
of the bride, was matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Rich-
ard Kahn, sister of the bride-
groom, Mrs. Jeffrey Forrest,
Marcia Zager and Mrs. Richard
Klegan of Pittsburgh.
Richard Kahn was best man.
Ushers were Alan Pariser of Los
Angeles, brother of the bride, Ber-
tram Adler, Bruce Kaplan, Dr.
Steve Morse and Dr. Howard
Friedman.
Following a Puerto Rico honey-
moon, the couple will live in Bir-
mingham.

Historical Record
on Scopus Hospital
Corrected by Reader

A reader who requested that his
name be given "no publicity," in-
formed the Jewish News that, for
the historical record, the photo-
graph with Gov. Romney standing
before the plaques listing Hadassah
Hospital contributors was inac-
curately captioned.
The plaques were described as
having been "put up 19 years ago
to represent the chapters of Ha-
dassah who had helped build the
hospital, left behind when the Jor-
danians occupied the Old City."
However, the reader informes
the Jewish News, the plaques
were put up in 1939 when the
Hadassah Medical Center was
built on Mt. Scopus. Nineteen
years ago, they were abandoned
with the Jordanian takeover.
In addition, the Jewish News
was told, the plaques honored, not
all Hadassah chapters who con-
tributed, but the first 100 chapters
in the United States to meet their
quota of contributions. Among the
first from Michigan was the Iron
River Chapter in Upper Peninsula;
one of its original members was
the mother of The Jewish New's
reader. He said that, to his know-
ledge, only one member remains
from the Iron River Chapter.

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