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June 21, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-21

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30—Friday, June 21, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Seeds of Zuckerman Forest Planted

The family of Paul Zuckerman gathers for a post-dinner portrait
following the presentation of a scroll in his honor by the Jewish
National Fund June 13 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The JNF is estab-
lishing a family forest in recognition of Zuckerman's "benefactions
as well as his distinguished leadership and service to the institu-
tions and causes of the total Jewish community, local, national and
worldwide." Pictured are Zuckerman, his wife, Helen; and their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Klein (Linda Zuckerman) and
Norbert Zuckerman (right). Guest speaker at the dinner was author
Meyer Levin.

Sarna's 'Understanding Genesis'

There is a concluding exclama- fixed the Canon of Jewish Script-
tory query in "Understanding ures. Certainly, there must have
Genesis—The Heritage of Bibical been other books regarded by
Israel," by Prof. Nahum Sarna, the people as being holy at one
that merits quotation with pride. time or another, but why they
did not enter the final Canon
Dr. Sarna asks:
cannot be determined . . . Sanc-
it
not
remarkable
that
"Is
tity antedated and precondition.
Jacob's nocturnal encounter with
ed the final act of canonization.
the angel and the change of
The latter was in most cases a
name to Israel should occur
formality that accorded finality
precisely at the moment he
to a situation long existing . . ."
crosses the boundary into the
The eminent scholar's emphasis
first territory of the promised
land to be occupied in the future on the spiritual values, his evalu-
ations of the characters in Genesis
by the people of Israel?"
and the situations in which they
Dr. Sarna's book, published by were involved, provide a basis for
'McGraw Hill, is a thought-provok- serious study by the youth, and
ing evaluation of Genesis and is teachers and studentS will find
certain to inspire discussion, (some this book of great value.
differing with the author's views)
It is, as Dr. Sarna asserts, "de-
certainly acclaim for the author's
signed to make the Bible of Israel
, research.
intelligible, relevant and, hope-
This work is the first in a series fully, inspiring to a sophisticated
of research volumes of the Melton generation, possessed of intellect-
Research Center of the Jewish ual curiosity and ethical sensi-
Theological Seminary of America. tivity."
In his preface to the book, the
This is an excellent summary of
vice-chancellor of the seminary,
a
noteworthy
study that makes Dr.
this
Simon
Greenberg,
makes
', Dr.
Sarna's research stand out in
comment:
"Understanding Genesis."
"Since the Melton Research
Dr. Sarna, presently associate
Center assumes that traditional
Judaism has naught to fear from professor of Bible at Brandeis
the strictures of philosophy and University, formerly was a Jewish
science and the discoveries of Theological Seminary professor
archeology, and since it assumes and the seminary's head librarian.
that the overwhelming majority
of American Jews are or will be
exposed to all of them, it seeks
to present the Bible not only in
terms of its past interpreters,
but also in terms of the authentic
knowledge available to us but
not to earlier generations."
Once-in-a-lifetime savings on all
Describing the uniqueness of lighting fixtures are now available
biblical lessons, the manner in at MOORE LIGHTING CO. in the
which myths were applied to Mimeo Bldg., 24200 Telegraph, be-
ethical teachings, Dr. Sarna en- tween Nine and 10 Mile Roads,
' courages further study and he Southfield. Moore Lighting Co. has
inspires youth to probe and to sold its lease, and all lighting fix-
understand the biblical teachings. tures are sold at 40 per cent sav-
ings. Thousands of dollars of light-
- Pointing out at the outset that
"the 24 (or 36) books that make up ing fixtures are now on display.
* * *
li the Hebrew Bible cannot possibly
•! represent the total literary pro-
CHARLOTTE'S KNIT SHOP,
; ductions of ancient Israel," he
adds that "the Scripturers them- Nine Mile at Coolidge, Oak Park,
' selves bear repeated testimony to is celebrating its third anniversary
the existence of an extensive liter- this week. With more than 6,000
square feet of inventory, Char-
ature, now lost." He declares:
lotte's is now one of the Midwest
"The books of the Hebrew area's leading specialty shops with
Bible survived because men an outstanding selection of yarns,
firmly and fervently believed needlepoint materials and acces-
• them to he the inspired word of sories. The handbag department
! . God, sacred literature. We can has a complete selection, with a
no longer know the criteria of wide choice of national manufac-
selectivity adopted by those who turers.

Business
Brevities



.....

UHS Teachers
Paula Beth Moran
to Attend Institute to Wed Mr. Friedenberg

Teachers of the elementary de-
partment of the United Hebrew
Schools will meet for their annual
three-day institute, starting Mon-
day at the Esther Berman Build-
ing.
On Monday, James Levbarg,
educational director of Temple
Beth El, will discuss "Educational
Approaches to the Teaching of
Jewish History," during the morn-
ing session; and at 1 p.m., Richard
Gold, a member of the UHS staff,
will demonstrate aids and tech-
niques in the teaching of Jewish
history.
The morning session Tuesday
will be devoted to "Recent In-
novations in the Teaching of
Hebrew." Rebekah J. Kohn, cur-
riculum consultant of the Jewish
Education Committee of New
York, will be guest speaker.
During the afternoon, teachers
will present questions and par-
ticipate in a general discussion.
The institute will conclude Wed-
nesday with reports by committees
that have evaluated the past
year's curriculum. On the basis
of recommendations, changes will
be incorporated into the course of
study for the next school year.
The institute will culminate with
a luncheon for the entire staff.

Dover Choral Music
Recordings Issued

Animpressive library of record-
ings has been issued by Dover
Publications.
For the past few years, Dover
has been building an unusual cata-
log of secular and sacred music
by composers of the Renaissance
—Dufay, Palestrina, Morley, oth-
ers. The records offer hours of
listening pleasure and perform-
ances by leading artists—the Pri-
mavera Singers of the New York
Pro Musica Antigua, Noah Green-
berg, director; and the Ambrosian
Singers, Denis Stevens, conductor.
Four more records have just
been added to this catalog. Two of
these again feature the Ambrosian
Singers, this time in performances
of little-known German Renais-
sance music, and choral works by
Morales, Victoria, Byrd, and G.
Gabrielli. The other discs present
a varied program by one of the
greatest of all Renaissance corn-
posers, Orlando di Lasso—madri-
gals, lieder, chansons, motets.
Just released in both mono and
stereo are:
Lasso: Madrigals and Motets (11
secular pieces—madrigals, lieder,
chansons; 6 motets). The Swabian
and Grischkat Chorales, Hans
Grischkat, conductor. Texts and

translations include.
German Music of the

Renais-
sance (13 works, including three by
,Henrich Isaac and compositions by
Christoph Demantius, Paulus de
Broda, Ludwig Senfl, Matthias
Greiter, Caspar Othmayr, Johann
Walter, Thomas Stoltzer ; Lorenz
Lemlin, and Heinrich Finck). The
Ambrosian Singers and Consort;
Denis Stevens, conductor with The
In Nomine Players.
Choral Music by Morales, Vic-
toria, Byrd, and G. Gabrielli. The
Ambrosian Singers and Consort,
Denis Stevens, condubtor. Texts
and translations included. Liner
notes by Denis Stevens, Columbia
University; and Denis Arnold, Hull
University, England.

Foreign Minister Abba Eban Mon-
day received the U.S. deputy as-
sistant secretary of state for South
Asia and the Near East, ROGER
DAVIES, who arrived here • on
a periodic fact-finding mission.
Davies previously visited Jordon
and Lebanon and has been con-
ferring with statesmen and U.S.
ambassadors in the area. Foreign
ministry sources said that Davies'
visit was for informative pur-
poses and had no political mission.

.ROSS R ALTY CO.

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MISS PAULA BETH MORAN

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Moran
of Wakefield Way, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Paula Beth to • Martin A.
Friedenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward F. Friedenberg of Graham
Rd.
The bride-elect received her BS
degree in education from Eastern
Michigan University. Mr. Frieden-
berg attended Walsh Institute of
Accountancy and the Detroit Col-
lege of Applied Science.
An August wedding is planned.

Israel Accedes to UN
Protocol on Refugees

UNITED NATION (JTA)—Israel
has become the 17th nation to ac-
cede to the protocol on the status
of refugees. The protocol will ex-
tend refugee status under the 1951
convention on refugees to persons
who became refugees after Jan. 1
of that year.
The protocol has been in force
since Oct. 4, 1967. The states that
are parties to the protocol agreed
to cooperate with the United Na-
tions High Commissioner for Refu-
gees and to report to the UN on the
condition of refugees, implementa-
tion of the protocol, and the laws
and regulations relating to refu-
gees
Israel is also one of 54 countries
that have accepted invitations so
far to participate in a UN confer-
ence on the exploration and peace-
ful uses of outer space, to be held
in Vienna from Aug. 14 to 27.

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