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April 05, 1968 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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Matzo -Shmura Ceremony Celebrated THE

Bithi Moshe Elects

DETROIT-JEWISH NEWS

Sachs as President

Donald J. Sachs was elected
president of Cong. Bnai Moshe at
the recent annual meeting. He suc-
ceeds Melvin Weisz.
Irving Lopatin.
Albert Migd al
and Julius Reznik
were elected vice
presidents;
Charles Ruben,
treasurer; a n d
Robert Hirsch-
bein and Fred
Deutsch, secre-
taries.
Herbert B e n -
son, Arthur Bo- • Sachs
schan, Sidney Burk, Sydney Good-
,man, William Gottlieb, Sol Grand,
Dr. Jerome Lechner, David
Schwartz and Simon Goldman were
elected to the board to fill vacan-
cies.
They will be installed by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman at morning serv-
ices on the last day Passover,
April 20.

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BERKELEY, Calif. (JTA)—Two
University of California sociolo-
gists reported at a university sym-
posium on the patterns of American
prejudice that a majority of the
church- and synagogue - attending
laity reject the virtually unanimous
stand taken by official church and
synagogue bodies against religious
and racial prejudice.
Dr. Charles Y. Glock and Rod-
ney Stark, participants in the re-
search program upon which the
forum was based, warned in their
report that "one cannot assume too
readily that religion is a powerful
and reliable force against pre-
judice."
The five-year research program
was conducted by the university's
survey research center under a
$500,000 grant fom the Anti-De-
famation League of Bnai Brith.
A claim that over 40 per cent
of white Americans approve of the
racist views of third party presi-
dential candidate George Wallace
was made by Prof. Seymour N.
Lipset, a Harvard political scien-
tist.
Prof. Lipset said white Anglo•
Saxon Protestants in American
rural areas and small towns are

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DEDICATED TO THE SIX MILLION VICTIMS
OF THE HOLOCAUST AND THE
MARTYRS OF THE

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In an interesting ritual attended by a large representation of
the rabbinate and religious dignitaries from various areas of
Metropolitan New York, the rabbis supervised the baking of the
special Shmura matzot. Led by the two rabbis responsible for the
strict kashrut at the Goodman plant, Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and
Rabbi Alter Silverman, they went through the complete baking
sequence. Specially prepared flour and water was utilized, and each
of the rabbis participated in the ceremony, while suitable songs
and prayers were offered by a cantor. From the mixing of the
flour and the rolling of the dough, through the baking process, to
the finished product must not exceed 18 minutes according to the
law and ritual. This was carefully observed and watched by all
present, and the expressed opinions of the efficiency and thorough.
ness of the operation were fully noted by those present. Through
each of the steps of the preparation and baking, both Rabbi Chodrow
and Silverman explained the essential mechanical sequences, and
answered all questions regarding the kashrut.

The Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit

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today a cultural-religious min-
ority "that is out of step with the
majority and represent a frus-
trated group in the changing
racial picture." He warned that
"the more virulent backers of
racism have united behind the
candidacy of George Wallace."
The symposium was also ad-
dressed by Undersecretary of Com-
merce Howard J. Samuels, who
said that American industry had
greater possibilities for immediate
and significant action in breaking
down the walls of prejudice and
discrimination than any other as-
pect of society. He noted that it
was in jobs that the Negro feels
the effect of discrimination first
and most sharply, but that the shop
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situation" for equal participation
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Rabbi Resigns from Pulpit
to Do Civil Rights Work

LOUISVILLE (JTA) — A
Reform rabbi has resigned from
the pulpit he held here for 22
years to serve as a civil rights
official. Rabbi Martin M. Perley
told the members of Cong. Brith
Sholom, in his final sermon, that
he had accepted the appointinent
of executive director of the Louis-
ville and Jefferson County Human
Relations Commission because "re-
ligion cannot be lived in a
vacuum."
Dr. Perley said he often had
been chided for speaking out on
civil rights, though his congrega-
tion generally had acquiesced in
his civil rights activities and adop-
ted a strong statement on human
rights in 1964.
But his stand against the Viet-
nam war "angered some of the
most influential members of the
congregation." That led him to
conclude that he had failed to con-
vey ."the true meaning of Juda-
ism" as he understands it, the rab-
bi said. Dr. Perley was elected head
of the Kentucky Board of Rabbis
two months ago and was previous-
ly the director of the Hillel Foun-
dation at Indiana University. He
came to Louisville in 1946 after
3 1/2 years as an army chaplain
during World War II.

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