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18—Friday, Moy 30, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Rabbi Samuel Stauber to Address
Cottlers' Sefer Tora Dedication
A dinner 6:30 p.m. June 8, at Oak Ahavas Sholom Randallstown
Park Catering, marking the pres- Synagogue Center in Randallstown,
entation of the Sefer Tora by Mr. Md., for the past three years.
and Mrs. Norman Cottler to Cong.
He served as chaplain in men-
Shomrey Emunah, will be address- tal hospitals and prisons, and ne
ed by Rabbi Sam-
has initiated the only educational
uel Stauber of
program for brain-injured children
in Maryland. He is listed in the
A Sefer Tora
1967 edition of the Most Outstand-
ing Young Men in America.
the synagogue by
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine have
been named chairmen in charge of
also will be mark-
arrangements for this double event
ed at this event.
and for the banquet.
it was announced
Levine will be toastmaster at
by the sisterhood
presi dent, Mrs.
A number of organizations are
Fannie Laufer. Rabbi Stauber
sending representatives to help
Rabbi Stauber is a graduate of make the double event a com-
Ner Israel Yeshiva and Loyola munity-oriented function.
College and has served as rabbi
and educational director in Easton,
Md. He has been the rabbi of
Beth El Married Group
Elects Gary Taback
Draws Jews' Ire
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Statutes of limitations already in
effect in West Germany are n3Y -
The Married Group of Temple interpreted as granting absolute
Beth El elected Gary Taback as immunity to supposedly 'lesser'
president at the annual meeting.
war criminals," said Dr. Prinz.
Other officers elected were Her- "This formula is further stretched
bert Saperstein and David Dahrn- to exempt from prosecution all
off, vice presidents; Paul J. Dizik, those who allegedly killed under
treasurer; and Judy Rosenstein instructions."
and Barbara Adler, secretaries.
The Jewish Labor Committee
Elected to the board of directors protested the court decision in a
are Messrs. and Mesdames Dennis statement issued by its executive
Frank, Robert Ginsberg, Harold 1 director, Emanuel Muravchik.
Josephson, Samuel Kreis, Norman
The court ruling is expected to
Levitan, William Lichtig, Robert 1 affect hundreds of similar cases,
Mitteldorf and Fred Simon and Dr. 1 including 18 cases in which more
and Mrs. Alfred Kreindler.
1 than 100 Nazis are under trial in
Taback is a graduate of Wayne West Berlin for their activities in
State University and its law school, the Nazi secret police. The Su-
where he was editor of the Law preme Court decision is final and
Review. He is a member of the De- the prosecution has no further re-
troit, Michigan and American Bar : course. Justice Werner Sarstedt,
associations and is affiliated with court president, said the decision
the law firm of Zweig, Taback and was unanimous.
Remer. He is married to the for-
The penal code revision reduced
mer Meryl Omenke and has three from 20 to 15 years the statute of
limitations for prosecution of those
who abetted in the murder under
orders, and reduced the maximum
penalty for conviction from life im-
5) Only women's reducing
prisonment to 15 years.
resort in the midwest
Thus the altered statute, running
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Religiously-Motivated Travelogue Views Israel's Rise
There is a note of realism in a quote from "Guide to the Per- and others are among the east of
characters utilized to outline the
new book about Israel by two au
"A miracle cannot prove what is impressive story related in this
Morris Mandel and Leo Garten- impossible; it is useful only to con- work.
Dr. Mandel is a teacher and au-
beret in the introduction to their firm what is possible."
joint effort entitled "Israel—The
With this as a guide, the au- thor. Gartenberg, a businessman,
a column for a Jewish paper
Story of a Miracle," published by
thors proceed with what they
Jonathan David (131 E. 23rd.
describe "not as historical sur- and teaches classes in Ethics of
NY10), turn to Maimonides and
vey" but "merely a travelogue." the Fathers.
They state at the outset upon
utilizing Maimonides' definition Blast to Synagogue
of a miracle: "How else can we
explain the many unbelievable Said to Be Deliberate
events in the history of Israel,
READING, Pa. (JTA) — Police
the very phenomenon of its ex- officials reported Monday that an
istence? Israel is a unique coun- explosion that caused extensive
try, it seems to be under God's damage to a synagogue here Sun-
"Jewish history is never placid.
We go crashing from one huge
crisis to another — a tiny people,
frenetic without wishing to be,
yearning to be quiet, doomed to
the sometimes disorderly but al-
ways creative confusion which
genius entails." — Rabbi Herbert
A. Friedman, executive vice chair-
man, United Jewish Appeal
"If I am not for myself, who
will be for, me? But if I am for
myself only, what am I? And if
not now, When?"—Hillel 1
"I have a premonition that will
not leave me; as it goes with Is- 1,
rael so will it go with all of us.
Should Israel perish the Holocaust
will be upon us. Israel must live!"
—Eric Hoffer, American long-
"Even for the sake of one right-
eous man the world would have
been created, and for the sake of
one righteous man it will con-;
"Almost 25 years after the
end of the Nazi Holocaust, the
events in Iraq remind .us again
that the Jewish people is confront-
ed by bitter and barbaric enemies,
and therefore that Jewish rescue
must continue to occupy the posi-
tion of priority in our planning."
—Leon Dulzin, treasurer of the
Jewish Agency for Israel
"There are those who gain eter-
nity in a lifetime; others who gain
it in one brief hour."—Talmud
"Only a great people can create
a great society. While young men
guard the land we must help the
build upon that land a society
worthy of our people's heritage.
We must set freedom free. Only
then can we be sure that we—
and all Israel—will live.—Edward
Ginsberg, general chairman, Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal
"Everyone must have two poc-
kets, so that he can reach into the
one or the other, according to his
needs. In his right pocket are to
be the words: "For my sake was
the world created, and in his left:
"I am but dust and ashes."—Rab-
"Our experience until now, in
spite of all the trials and tribula-
tions, gives us cause and reason to
believe that ultimately Jews can
live freely and in peace with their
neighbors in the Middle East pro-
vided that the Jewish people secure
a strong Israel."—General Moshe
Dayan, minister of defense, Israel
"Told that a certain man had
acquired great wealth, Solomon
ibn Gabirol asked: "Has he also
acquired the days in which to
spend it?"—Johanan ben Zakai
"So long as Israel must spend
most of her income to defend her
people and her borders, it is our
responsibility, as American Jews,
to help her house, clothe, feed and
educate thousands who have no
one else but the Jews of the world
to help them." -- Mrs. Bernard
Schaenen, chair m a n, National
Women's Division, United Jewish
"Today in Israel, there are two
great battles and they are being
fought simultaneously. The first is
the battle for physical survival.
But the second is one in which
every Jew who is concerned for
his fellow Jews is as engaged as
any settler or soldier or every day
citizen of Israel. This second battle
is for the survival and advance-
ment of meaningful Israel."—Max
Fisher, president, United Jewish
day was deliberately set and in-
volved dynamite. Windows of the
synagogue were blown out, and
damage was sustained by nearby
There were no injuries although
In this spirit they describe their
experiences and outline Israel's
accomplishments and the note-
worthy achievements in the land
by defining their efforts with an
introductory "in the footsteps of the
Bible," and with emphasis on and
concern about the religious factors
in Jewish statehood.
It is from the travelogue that his-
tory emerges—and that's one of the
basic results of the Mandel-Garten-
berg task in this book.
While touring Israel with the two
authors, the reader learns about
the struggle for survival, the unity
in the efforts to defend Israel and
the background of emerging insti-
tutions, cultural media, industrial
a confirmation class of several
children had left the synagogue
only 10 minutes before the bomb-
ing. Two synagogue officials escap-
ed injury. The FBI has joined state
and local police in an investiga-
tion. Police said that another syna-
gogue near Oheb Sholom was re-
cently defaced with a swastika.
Most of the happiness in this
world consists in possessing what
others can't get.
The authors do not overlook the
vital needs of the aliya move-
ment and they describe the kibut-
zim and their aims and attain-
Of Weddings a Bar Mitzvahs
At the same time, there is atten-
tion to Israel's leaders and the
state's architects and a special
chapter devoted to David Ben-
Gurion who is quoted: "It was no
accident that the Tora was given in
the desert and that Israel's great-
est teacher, Moses, led his people
into the wilderness." The authors
conclude that chapter with the :
assertion: "Preparation and the
blessings of God would help keep
Israel the homeland of the Jew.
Israeli leaders, army chiefs
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