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May 02, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 2, 1969 21

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Jewish Music Concert, Rabin Talk
to Conclude Bnai Moshe Town Hall

Friends of Hebrew Theological College
to Cite Rabbi Prero at Loyalty Brunch

Detroit Friends of the Hebrew directors; and develops laymen
Theological College, will hold its with deep Jewish interest.

`One World at a Time'
When Thoreau was questioned as
to his beliefs in a life beyond the

grave, he answered impatiently:
"Oh, one world at a time."

Among its alumni are Rabbis !
Cong. Bnai Moshe Town Hall mah, the crack unit of the Hagana,1 first "Loyalty Brunch" in behalf
Morris and Max Carmen and Rab-
series chairman Melvin Weisz re- to discharge his national defense , of the college, 11,
bi Irwin Groner.
ports that arrangements have been services. This service was to last , a.m. Sunday at
Parents, relatives, and friends of
completed for the two remaining ; for 27 years, in which he was to Young Israel of
22 Detroit area students of the
events of the current Town Hall rise from underground fighter to I Oak-Woods.
Guest of honor
college will be among those at-
series schedule: a concert May 18 chief of staff of the Israel Defense
tending the brunch.
and a talk by Israel Ambassador Forces and commander of the Is- willbeRabbi
Samuel
Pr
er
o.
Itzhak Rabin May 26.
rael Army in the Six-Day War.

'

In cooperation with cosponsors
the Cantorial Council, Cantors
Assembly and the American Con- 1
ference of Cantors, Bnai Moshe will

spiritual lea d e r
of Young Israel
of Greenfield.
I Guest speaker
will be Dr. Simon
G. Kramer, pres-
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Amer- ident of the He-
ican Jewish Congress has urged brew Theological Rabbi Kramer '
leaders of the New York State College. Chairman of the event is
senate and assembly to reject Rabbi James I. Gordon of Young
bills before both chambers that Israel of Oak-Woods.
would authorize state funds for
Two sons of Rabbi and Mrs.
church-affiliated colleges and uni-
versities. The AJCongress' New Prero and a son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Gordon
are among 22 Detroit area
York metropolitan council stated
in telegrams to the legislative stludents attedning the 47-year-old
rabbinic sem i n-
leaders in Albany that the meas-
ary whose cam-
ure would violate the state and
pus is located in
federal constitutions and the prin-
the Chicago su-
ciple of separation of church and
burb of Skokie.
state. In "channeling vast funds
The oldest and
over the years to church-affiliated
largest mode r n
colleges and sectarian institutions"
Orthodox
in s t
the state would "deprive public
tuition in the
colleges and universities of desper-
United States
ately needed funds," the AJCon-
west of New
gress charged.
Yo r k, the col-
It noted further that the legisla-
lege attracts stu-
tion, introduced by both the senate
dents
from all
and assembly rules committees,
Rabbi Gordon parts of the
would eliminate present require-
world.
It
ordains
rabbis;
trains
ments that private institutions re-
teachers, chaplains, educators,
ceiving state aid meet the same!
communal leaders and Hillel
educational standards applicable to
public colleges and universities.
"Thus, the proposal would make
it possible for private and sectar-
ian institutions inferior to existing
BIRMINGHAM $39
public colleges to receive state aid
READING CENTER
while the state university and the
Reduced Summer Rate
Full 10 Lesson Course
city university struggle along on
austerity budgets," the AJCongress
642-8349
message declared.

AJCongress Opposes N.Y.
Bills Authorizing State to
present a concert of Jewish music Fund Church Colleges
in tribute to the 10th anniversary!

of Cantor Louis Klein 8:15 p.m.
May 18.

Cantors Shabtai Ackerman, Hy-
man Adler, Harold Orbach, A.
Koret and Louis Klein will join the
Bnai Moshe Choral Ensemble.
Cosponsors of this event will
use the concert proceeds for the
publication of new synagogue
music by the Cantors Assembly

of America, in tribute to Cantor
Louis Klein.

Rabin will speak 8:15 p.m. May

26 on

"Israel and the Future."
Born in Jerusalem in 1922, the
son of American pioneer Zionists,
Rabin passed through school bent
ultimately on a career of pioneer

farming. He graduated with honors
from the Kadoorie Agricultural

School in lower Galilee and short-
ly thereafter enlisted in the Pal-

Rabbi Sperka's Book
'Proverbs to Live By'
Transcribed for Blind

1

SPEED READING

Rabbi Joshua Sperka, whose

"'Proverbs to Live By" categor-
izes the Book of Proverbs and
translates anew the entire book
in the traditional arrangement,
has seen his work transcribed
into Braille by Mrs. Louis E.
Barden (above) of the Tri-
County Braille Volunteers. The
transcription, in three volumes,
will enable the blind to read and
study the Proverbs in the mod-
ern idiom, according to Mrs.
Louis Berry, president of the
14i-County Braille Volunteers.
It will be sent to the Jewish
Braille Institute in New York for
distribution to the blind.

Rock Oratorio Given

Ovation at Temple

NEW YORK (JTA) — An over-
flow crowd of 1,500 worshipers
attending services Friday night at
Reform Temple Israel of New

York heard a rock oratorio "Pray-

ers for Friday Night," a mixture

of classical strains and gentle rock

beat - Rabbi Martin Zion introduced

the oratorio as • the "now" music.
For the occasion both he and Can-
tor Jonas Javna dispensed with
their robes and wore tuxedos.
A choir sang the "Borchu"
prayer to the accompaniment of a
drum, two guitars, piano and
String bass. Cantor Jayna

approvingly when Cantor Javna
Sang the "Shema" in English. In
Ids sermon, the Reform rabbi said,
"It is our right to change. Not
thange for its own sake but for the
Vitality of our faith." In announc-
ing plans for the unusual Friday
milt service, he had declared that
2 'confronts the needs of many
who may not be reached by the

traditional modes of worship. It
faces the task seriously and with
reverence."

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