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Akiva Tribute to
Founder David Berris
Sunday, Feb. 14
DAVID 1. BERRIS
Charles T. Gellman
Rabbi James.I. Gordon
Judge 'Ira Kaufman
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Judge Joseph Pornick
Rabbi Samuel H. Pram
Mark IL Schlussei
Rabbi Joshua *perks
David S. Tanzman
Dr. Hayim Donin
Mrs. David Donsbey
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Mrs. Sanford Eisenberg
Rabbi Jack Goldman
Rabbi Ernest Greenfield
Rabbi Israel Halpern
Dr. Loon Herschfus
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Rabbi Joel Litke
Dr. Bert Schreiber
Dr.. Meats Shoskes
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Orthodox Unite Efforts oiL-Behalf
of Soiiet Jewry at Prayer Rally
Continued efforts — through
peaceful protests and letter writing
—to secure for Soviet Jews the
right to emigrate were urged at a
prayer protest meeting Sunday
evening at Cong. Mogen Abraham.
The assembly was called by the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of De-
troit and was co-sponsored by
Agudath Israel, Akiva Hebrew Day
School, Beth Yehudah Schools, Re-
ligious Zionist Organization and the
Metropolitan Council of Young Is-
rael. Some 400 persons attended.
Main addresses were delivered
by Rabbis Leizer Levin of Cong.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikva, presi-
dent of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis, and Hayim Donin, rabbi of
Cong. Bnai David and president of
Akiva Day School.
They urged unceasing efforts
on behalf of Soviet Jewry,
which has shown a revival of
Jewish consciousness following
50 years of Communist rule and
attempts to remove every trace
of Jewish cultural and religious
Avern Cohn, who chaired the
gathering, asked that letters be
sent to the families of Soviet Jews
who have been sentenced to labor
camps, to express their solidarity
and identification with their
plight. Telegrams of protest to So-
viet officials here and in Moscow
also were urged.
Rabbi S. P. Wohlgelernter, rab-
bi of Mogen Abraham set the tone
for the assembly in his opening
remarks. David Schloss, a young
student of the Yeshivoth Beth Ye-
huda, read a concluding prayer
for Soviet Jewry, composed by the
venerated scholar, the Hafetz Hay-
im, in the early 1900s under con-
ditions of Czarist oppression.
Chapters from the Book of
Psalms were recited by Joseph
Borenstein, president of Agudath
Israel of Detroit; and Rabbis Lev
in; Leib Bakst, rosh yeshiva, Beth
Yehudah Schools; Chaskel Grub-
ner, executive director, Council of
Orthodox Rabbis; David Lieber-
man, dean, Beth Yehudah Schools;
Ernest Greenfield, president, Re-
ligious Zionist Organization; Ger-
ald Werner, principal, Akiva He-
brew Day School; and Yitchok
David Grossman, from Migdal
'Jewish Theology Today' to Be Topic
of Dr. Alvin Reines at Temple Israel
A community-supported agency
Dr. Alvin J. Reines, professor of
Jewish philosophy at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Cincinnati, will serve
as lecturer in residence next week-
end at Temple Israel.
Ordained a rabbi at HUC-JIR
and with a PhD from Harvard
University, Dr. Reines will spend
three days at Temple Israel speak-
ing on the theme of "Jewish Theol-
The educator and lecturer will
deliver his opening message at
Sabbath Eve services Jan. 22, oc-
cupying the pulpit at the invita-
tion of Dr. Leon Fram and Dr. M.
Robert Syme. Following the serv-
ice, Dr. Reines will lead a discus-
sion of the topic at the oneg Sha-
On Jan. 23, Dr. Reines will
speak at 1 p.m. in the social ball
at a lupcheon arranged in -con-
junction with Temple Israel Sis-
terhood's department of religion
and education, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. M. Robert Syme.
The closing program will be
geared to teachers in the congrega-
tion's religious school. To be held
on Sunday morning, Dr. Reines
at Beth El Today
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DR.' ALVIN REINES
will speak on "Conveying the Con-
cept of God to Today's Teen-ager."
Dr. Reines has served as visiting
lecturer at the University of Cin-
cinnati, Antioch College and the
University of Dayton. He has writ-
ten and lectured extensively on
medieval philosophy, the philoso-
phy of Reform Judaism and the
philosophy of liberal religion.
A member of numerous profes-
sional societies, Dr. Reines is
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the author of "Elements in a
Philosophy of Reform Judaism"
and "Abrabanel and Maimonides
on Prophecy." He also Is a con-
tributor to' the Encyclopedia
Dr. Reines' lectures' are open to
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