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January 16, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-16

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IINtorian Dr. Bertram horn to Explore

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 16, 1970-19

'What Future for American Jewry?'

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FROM

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Rabbi Bertram W. Korn will be 1 College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
third lecturer in the 11th annual gion.
Bargman Memorial Scholar Series 1
In addition to his earned doc-
of Temple Beth El 8:30 p.m. to- torate, Dr. Korn has received
day. Dinner will he served at 7.
three honorary degrees and was
Rabbi Korn, who will speak on
recently elected to the Council
"W h a t Future for American
of the American Antiquarian So-
ciety.
He is the author of "American
Jewry and the Civil War," "Jews
and Slavery in the Old South."
"Benjamin Levy: New Orleans
Printer and Publisher," "Retro-
spect and Prospect" (the history
of the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis) and "The Early
Jews of New Orleans."
Dr. Korn's study of 19th Cen-
tury American Jewish life, in He-
brew, is scheduled for publication
by the American Jewish Historical
Society and Hebrew University
this year. Dinner reservations are
open to the public and can be
made through the temple office,
TR 5-8530.

DR. BERTRAM KORN

United States, and the alumni
association of the Hebrew Union
Jewry?," is senior rabbi of the
Reform congregation Keneseth Is-
rael, Philadelphia, and a noted
historian.
He served as president of the
American Jewish Historical So-
ciety, Association of Jewish Chap-
lains of the Armed Forces of the

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land, Rabbi
Schonfeld was
'educated
in Vienna, Paris
and London. He Schonfeld
received semicha (ordination) at
Yeshiva University's Rabbi Isaac
Elhanon Theological Seminary in
1951 and since then has been rab-
bi at the Young Israel of Kew

Gardens, which was founded the
same year.
Rabbi Scholfeld is a frequent
contributor to many journals and
is a member of the cabinet of the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies of New York. He has served
as president of the Rabbinic Alumni
of Yeshiva University and is now
co-chairman of the Israel Commis-
sion of the Rabbinical Council of
America.

Maryland Congregation
Gets Ok to Use Building

WASHINGTON ( J T A) — The
Prince George's County Commis-
sioners have reversed an earlier
decision and will permit the Jewish
Congregation of Laurel to continue
use of a building in a residential
section there as a synagogue.
Previously, the commissioners
had denied the use of the edifice
for syagouge purposes and had
given the congregation 90 days to
find a new meeting place. The
action was taken because the con-
gregation could not provide park-
ing space to satisfy zoning regula-
tion requirements.
In reversing their decision, the
commissioners acted on a compro-
mise arrangement proposed by a

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The annual Benz Memorial Lec-
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Israel Center of Oak-Woods 8:30
p.m. Thursday. This will be the
first in a series of three lectures
sponsored by the Young Israel of
Greenfield, together with Oak-
Woods.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Fabian Schonfeld of Young Israel
of Young Israerri - Al
of Kew Garden
Hills, Flushing,
Fabian Schonfeld .
whose theme will
be "Jewish Sex-'
ual Ethics."
Born in Po-

local property-owner's association
and accepted by the congregation.

'including air fare from Detroit,
hotel (based on double occupancy)
airport transfers, sightseeing tour.

JO 6-1490

YI Benz Lecture
Will Feature
Rabbi Schonfeld.

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Cong. Beth Shalom will host a
weekend with Rabbi David Wolf
Silverman, director of the depart-
ment of special education at the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
At services 8:30 p.m. today, he
will discuss "Death of God Theol-
ogy." His topic at services 9 a.m.
Saturday will be "Power on the
Suez — Religion and Politics in
Israel." At an open forum Sun-
day, at 11:15 a.m., Rabbi Silver-
man will speak on "The Talmud
and Major Life Decisions."

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