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Scholarly Goldenson Lecture Series Published in Orlinsky-Edited Volume

flings of the prophetic movement,
'or on the attitude of the prophets
toward Israelite worship, or on
the Servant of the Lord and the
concept of vicariousness in the
Hebrew Bible and the New Testa-
ment, or on the role that Jerusa-
lem played in Israel's history and
prophetic thinking?"

Modern Hebrew Literature;" Dr.
Abraham Cronbach, "The Prophets:
Our Concurrence and Our Dissent;"
Prof. Lou H. Silberman, "Prophets
and Philosophers; The Scandal of
Prophecy;" Rabbi Edgar F. Mag-
nin, "The Voice of Prophecy in
This Satellite Age;" Rabbi Levi F.

participants in this volume, with
an essay, "The So-Called 'Suffering
Servant' in Isaiah 53."
Others whose essays appear in
this volume and their topics are:
Rev. Roland De Vaux, 0.P.,
visiting professor at Harvard Di-
vinity School, head of Ecole Bibli-
que at Jersualem, "Jerusalem and
the Prophets;" Prof. Wiliam F. Al-
bright, "Samuel and the Beginnings
of the Prophetic Movement;" Dr.
Prophet;" and in relation to the Jacob B. Agus, "The Prophets in
second portion of his advice-
giving he poses the question:
"Has the last word really been Detroiters Host Director
said on the source of the pro- of Israel Orphan Home
Orlinsky
Goldenson
phet's authority, or on the begin-
The director of the General Is-
rael Orphans' Home for Girls
(Beit Hayetomot HaKlali) in
Jerusalem, Rabbi Fishel Weingar-
ten is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Schimmel, 8214 Santa
Wayne State University Press that year's series, texts of whose
this week issued another volume of , addresses are included in this vol- Clara, through Sunday.

Leon I. Feuer, "Prophetic Religion
in an Age of Revolution;" Dr. Ber-
nard H. Bamberger, "The Chang-
ing Image of the Prophet in Jewish
Thought;" Dr. J. Philip Hyatt.
"The Prophetic Criticism of Isra-
elite Worship."
There is a vastness in the over-
all coverage of scholarly thinking
and research in the complete idea
inherent in the essays as they re-
late to Prophetic thought. This
volume, edited by one of the out-
standing Jewish scholars in the
field under consideration by the
many learned men who have joined
in the lecture series in tribute to
the late Rabbi Goldenson, is a note-
worthy addition to studies in Pro-
phetic literature.

Samuel H. Goldenson Lectures
established by Temple Emanu-El
of New York in tribute to the mem-
ory of the congregation's late rabbi
appear in a volume, "Interpreting
the Prophetic Tradition—The Gold-
enson Lectures, 1955-1966," publish.
ed jointly by Hebrew Union College
Press and Ktav Publishing House.
Edited by Dr. Harry M. Orlin-
sky, professor of Bible at Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of

Religion in New York, the series
includes scholarly papers by a
number of the country's most emi-
nent authorities on the Bible, the
Prophets and related subjects.

Dr. Orlinsky, in an introductory
chapter, suggests that the papers
in this series of collected works
"should generally be treated as

but introductions to the themes

they dealt with" and that they
"serve admirably to stimulate
the reader, be he scholar or
rabbi-clergyman or learned lay-
man, to further study." With re-
gard to the first suggestion he
points ou that Dr. Sheldon Blank,
author of the first essay in the
book, ("An Inquiry Into the
Source of the Prophet's Author-
ity") bad gone on to publish a
volume "Jeremiah: Man and

Louis M. Forman
Killed in Vietnam

Louise Schweiger to Be
Steven SpectorS Bride

Set 'Satisfying' Sound

Partnerless Parents will hold a
cocktail buffet dance party 9 p.m.
March 8 at the Sheraton Motor Inn,
Warren. Music will be provided by
the "Satisfyers" orchestra. For in-
formation, call Henrietta Lewis, LI

6-0903.

Honor Mayor Feder

Acting Mayor Norman W. Feder
of Southfield will be honored at a
reception at Raleigh House, 5-9
p.m. Thursday. Tickets for the
cocktail party are available from
the Citizens for Norman Feder
Olan, "The STONE which the Mod- Committee, EL 7-0546.
Dr. Orlinksy also is one of the ern Builders Rejected;" Rabbi

New Volume of Franklin Memorial
Lecture Series Published by WSU

the Franklin memorial lecture j ume, were, in addition to Dr.
series, containing the lectures de- Burks, Profs. Kevin Devlin, Mich-
livered during the 1966-67 sessions. ael S. Petrovich, Gregory Gross-
Entitles "The Future of Corn- man and Arnold L. Horelick.
munism in Eu-
Subjects covered included Com-
rope," this vol-
munism in Western Europe, Sign-
ume was compil-
ificance
of the "Yugoslav 'Here-
ed by Prof. R. V.
sy,' " economic reform, 50 years
Burks, who in
after the October Revolution and
1966-67 held the
European Communism's transmut-
Leo M. Franklin
ation.
Memo rial Lec-
tureship in Hu-
' man Relations.
The lectures are
given annually in
memory of the
Pvt. Louis M. Forman, son of Dr.
Dr. Franklin,
and Mrs. Jack Y. Forman, 30540
who was rabbi of
Shoreham, Southfield, died Mon-
Temple Beth E
day of wounds sustained in action
for nearly half a
Sunday, 125 miles north of Saigon
century.
near the Cambodian border. He
Lecturers in Dr. Franklin
was 19.
LA's Rabbi Wasserman Pvt. Forman, a graduate of Bir-
mingham Groves High School, en-
to Report on Yeshiva
listed in the army last July and
Friends of Rabbi Simcha Wasser- had been in Vietnam since Dec. 7.
man will welcome him to Detroit
A native Detroiter, Pvt. Forman
at a melave malka 8:30 p.m. Satur- had been number one singles play-
day at the Yeshivath Beth Yehuda. er on the Groves varsity tennis
For the past 15 years, Rabbi Was- team and reached the finals of the
serman has built up the West Coast state championship meet in doubles
Talmudical Seminary. He will give competition. He had planned to at-
an informal report of the progress tend college upon discharge from
of the Los Angeles yeshiva Satur- the army.
day.
Surviving besides his parents are
Friends are invited.
four brothers, Paul, Richard, Bruce
and Kenneth; and his 'grand-
mother, Mrs. Sarah Forman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, February 28, 1969

All interested in learning about

its achievements in rearing, edu-
cating and training hundreds of
girls from diverse backgrounds and
countries over the past 60 years
are welcome to contact Rabbi
Weingarten or the Schimmels, 863-
2234.
Rabbi Weingarten is a scion of
the Weingarten family of Jeru-
salem. His grandfather, Rabbi
David Weingarten, founded the
home at the turn of the century,
and his father, Rabbi Joseph Wein-
garten, carried on the task of min-
istering to the needs of countless
orhpan girls throughout the history
of the city of Jerusalem and the
establishment of the state of Israel.
Rabbi Fishel Weingarten is visit-
ing communities throughout the
United States that have been part-
ners in assuming parenthood for
the girls.

$40,000 in Bonds Sold
to Shaarit Haplayta

A leadership reception Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Halpern resulted in purchases of
Israel Bonds totaling $40,000. Rabbi

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Herbert Eskin was main speaker.
President Martin H. Rose and
chairman Fred Ferber expressed
their hope that this result will be
notably augmented at the main
affair. Fifty couples attended the
parlor meeting.
The dinner-dance Israel Bond
committee includes:

Fred Ferber, chairman; Leon Halpern,
co-chairman; Larry Brenners• Leib
Diagones; Arnold Einhorn; Gedale El-
baum; Mrs. Sally Fields; Mrs. Herbert
Glogower; Saul Goldman; Mrs. Leo Gut-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klahr; Dr.
John J. blames; Martin H. Rose; Mrs.
Szlomo Szlamkowicz; Jack Waksberg;
Martin Water; and Abraham Weber-
man.

It is always nice to be expected
and not to arrive. —Oscar Wilde.

Franchise Seminar Gives Opportunity
for Business Ventur es Next Week

.

MISS LOUISE SCHWEIGER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schweiger

of Goldwin Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Louise Kay to Steven
Spector, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Spector of Southfield Rd., South-
field.
The bride-elect attends the Wayne
State University College of Educa-

Mr. Spector, a WSU graduate,
currently is doing graduate work in
educational psychology at Wayne.
He is an alumnus of Phi Sigma
Delta Fraternity.
The couple plans to wed Aug. 10.

Big names in business and oppor-
tunities in private enterprise will
be features of a franchise seminar
planned by Detroit's Small Busi-
ness Development Center (SBDC)
2:30-5 p.m. March 7 at the State
Fair Grounds.
SBDC is part of the Mayor's
Committee for Human Resources
'Development
Harold Kempner, SBDC adminis-
trator, said Bank of the Common-
wealth President George W. Miller
will be seminar chairman and
Roger F. Waindle, president of Zie-
bart Process Corp., will be guest
speaker.
The seminar, in cooperation with
the Detroit Chamber of Commerce,

the U.S. Department of Commerce
and the Small Business Administra-
tion, is being held in conjunction
with a franchise show March 7-10
in the Community Arts Building at

the State Fair Grounds. The show,
featuring products and merchan-
dising displays, will be conducted
by Franchise Expositions, Inc.

SBDC is offering this seminar
to help Detroiters learn about
this type of private enterprise
activity. Franchising accounts for
a large chunk of the gross na-
tional product. It opens new op-
tunities to minority group
citizens.
SBDC, operated as part of De-

troit's anti-poverty effort, promotes
the development of new and exist-
ing small businesses planned or run
by financially-limited persons.
Free counseling and classroom
instruction are provided. As part

of its counseling service, SBDC
provides information and assist-
ance for obtaining federal loans
through the Small Business Admin-
istration.

Al Weigher, Your Most

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