Israel Bond Dinner-Dance to Honor Mrs. Meir
The Israel anniversary dinner .'
dance 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, on behalf of Israel
Bonds, will feature an address by
Yosef Tekoah, Israel ambassador
to the United Nations, and will
be dedicated to
Golda Meir and
to the people of
in the celebration
are: Robert Bro-
dy, chairman of
Detroit's Isr a e 1
who is also din-
ner dance chair-
man; Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver, chair-
man of the Israel
Berry, vice chair-
Mrs. Meir man of the De-
troit Israel Bond Committee; and
Rabbi Irwin Groner, who will voice
the tribute to Prime Minister
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will give
For reservations to the dinner
the invocation. Rabbi Joshua dance, which will be preceded by
Sperka will pronounce the benedic- a cocktail reception, call the Israel
tion. Cantor Jacob H. Sonenklar Bond office, 352-6770.
will lead in the singing of the an-
The Detroit Israel Bond office,
thems. Eric Rosenow and his Con- 24611 Greenfield, Southfield, will
tinentals will provide music for be open on Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.,
United Israel Bond Drive Nets $102 000
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Golda to Visit London?
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
Minister Golda Meir will visit Lon-
don some time in June. The exact
date is currently the subject of
discussion between the two gov-
Mrs. Meir, It is understood,
would like to take part in the con-
ference of th e Socialist Inter-
national which will be held in Eng-
land, opening June 16. Mrs. Meir
is expected to visit the U.S. first.
Friday, May 30, 1969 TI
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At the third annual United Israel Bond Dinner-Dance, which
resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions of S102,000, are (from left)
seated, Oscar Goldberg, chairman; Mrs. Louis Papo, a co-chairman;
and Col. Yitzhak Sella of the Israel air force, guest speaker; stand-
ing, Simon Cieck and Kune Greenbaum, co-chairmen; Emil Cohen,
guest star; and Andrew Martin. a co-chairman. The dinner-dance was
sponsored by five organizations—Zionist Revisionists, United Jewish
Social Club, Sephardic Community of Greater Detroit, Workmen's
Circle Branch 227, and Radomer Mutual Society. The affair was held
at Shaarey Zedek.
NEW YORK (JTA)—America's
Jewish seminaries came under a
barrage of criticism by the presi-
dent of the National Foundation
, who described
their mood as "placid, past-orient-
ed and pedantic." Rabbi Daniel I
Jeremy Silver of Cleveland, the
son of the late Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver, the Zionist leader, said that
a major overhaul of the semin- 1 NEW YORK (.1TA)—An Institute He reported also that a full-time
cries is needed to transform them for Advanced Studies in the Hu- resident faculty of full, associate
from mere "trade schools" for inanities has
been established and assistant professors had been
rabbis serving empty synagogues under auspices of the Jewish Theo- appointed for the institute, plus a
to training centers for Jewishly-in- logical Seminary of America (Con- number of visiting professors.
formed social workers, youth lead- servative) as a nonsectarian school
ers and scholars. He also endors-' for graduate and undergraduate
ed the principle of f female
and will begin classes in
calling the present "1,vomanless September, it was announced by
ministry" an "imbecility." He Dr. Louis Finkelstein, Seminary
Now featuring a selection of
asked, "Why alone among the pro- chancellor. He will be chairman of
fessions is the rabbinate in viola- the faculty of the new school.
beautiful sport jackets and
tion of the Fair Employment Prac-
Dr. Finkelstein said the new
tices Act?" Rabbi Silver was the
school, which has been granted a
principal speaker in a symposium
Fine Clothing — Accessories
on "The Future of Rabbinic Train- charter by the New York State De-
ing in America sponsored by partment of Education, was devel-
"Judaism," a quarterly journal oped partly to help meet the
"heavy demand" for teachers of
11 MILE & LAHSER
published by the American Jew-
Judaica in universities and colleges
ish Congress. Eight other leading
OPEN THURS. & SAT 'TIL 9
in the United States.
rabbis served on the panel.
Jewish Theological Seminary Creates
Advanced Humanites Study Institute
He added that the new school,
Rabbi Silver, of the Cleveland
Temple, said that seminary grad- which will enroll students of all
uates should serve not only in con- religious faiths, also seeks to meet
gregations but also in colleges and the need to share the secular aca-
cities, working with the "urban- demic discipline "resident within
unaffiliated, the apartment-alien- the Jewish tradition" with the
ated, the campus disenchanted." world of scholarship. It would also
He charged that pressures to pro- act to help restore humane studies
vide congregational rabbis have to their "proper position" in the
led the seminaries to be "technical educational system and seek to
schools" and to lower admission meet the need for the more "rele-
standards and achievement levels. vant" approach to education de-
The institutions have fallen, he manded by college students.
said, into "that unhappy pattern
Dr. Finkelstein added that the
in American education which has
Institute will emphasize the ho-
transformed our schools into essen- manities, declaring that no sci-
ence courses as such will be in
tially apprentice-training centers"
the curriculum. Concentration on
in which "scholarship is sacrificed
Bible and Talmud. he said, will
to courses in technique."
open new vistas within the hu-
He assailed as an "intolerable
manites, since these sources have
been a phase of the "humanistic
scandal" the sectarian separation
generally neglected by
of Jewish seminaries. Although
all except theological students.
seminary students need "courses,
He said - It is our hope that the
teachers, perspectives and ideas
introduction into the mainstream
which no insulated seminary can of man's cultural development" of
provide, almost all rabbinical the Jewish tradition "rich in ethics,
training is carried out in splendid law, pedagogy and many other
isolation, even in the middle of areas of human achievement"
would have an impact similar to
New York," Rabbi Silver said. He
that of the Renaissance.
proposed an inter-disciplinary ap-
He announced that the director
proach which would permit stu-
would be Rabbi C. Kogen, who re-
dents of the Hebrew Union College-
ported that the institute hopes to
Jewish Institute of Religion (Re-
open with 300 undergraduates and
form) to take Codes or Talmud at
the Jewish Theological Seminary and 150 graduate students, most of
them men and women now regis-
(Conservative) and a Yeshiva
University (Orthodox) student to tered in schools of the seminary,
take Bible and hermenutics at He- as well as new students.
He added that eventually, in a
brew Union. "A mind trained only
to parrot a sectarian party line can new building, the institute could
hardly teach Israel to love all Is- accommodate 200 graduate stu-
dents and 400-500 undergraduates.
rael," he said.
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His Excellency YOSEF TEKOAH
Tuesday, June 3 — 7 P.M.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek
$7.50 per person
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