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October 01, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 1, 1976 25

Rabbi Hertz's 60th Birthday Marked on Yom Kippur at Beth El

A congregational tri-
bute to its rabbi will mark
the Yom Kippur services
at Temple Beth El.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz
will be honored on the
Day of Atonement' on the
occasion of his 60th birth-
day.
Born on the Yom Kip-
pur holiday, Rabbi Hertz
has been the senior rabbi
of Temple Beth El since
1953 and takes an active
part in international, na-
tional, civic and religious
affairs.
Ordained with honors

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lege in 1942, he received
his PhD degree in religi-
ous education from
Northwestern University
in 1948. In 1967, Hebrew
Union College conferred
upon him an honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Divinity.
In Detroit, Dr. Hertz
has served on boards of
directors of th.e local
American Jewish Com-
mittee, Detroit Institute
of Technology, Economic
Club of Detroit, Jewish
Community Council, Un-
ited Foundation, Inter-
faith Action Council and
Boys' Clubs of Detroit. He
is a past president of the
Wrangler's Club (De-
troit's top clergymen) and
was a member of former
Governor George Rom-
ney's Advisory Commit-
tee on Ethics and Morals.
Since 1970 Dr. Hertz
has been adjunct profes-
sor of Jewish thought at
the University of Detroit
(a Jesuit University), and
is the author of five
books: "The Education of
the Jewish Child," "Pre-
scription for Heartache,"
"The American Jew in
Search of Himself,"
"What Counts Most in
Life? - and "What Can a
Man Believe?" A number
of small books of his ser-
mons have been pub-
lished as well.„
Dr. Hertz is the former
chairman of the board of
overseers of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, and
has been a delegate to two

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confer-
ences in London of the
World Union for Progres-
sive Judaism. He was
chairman of the commit-
tee on Soviet Jewry of the
Central Conference of
American Rabbis and
serves on its chaplaincy
committee. He is on the
National Rabbinical Ad-
visory Committee of the
United Jewish Appeal,
and has been a member of
the national boards of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee, Joint Distribution
Committee and Religious
Education Association.
In 1959, Dr. Hertz went
to the USSR on a special
mission for the White
House to investigate the
status of Jews and
Judaism behind the Iron
Curtain. His report to the
President and the State
Department was .printed
rinted
in the Congressional Re-
cord.
In 1963, Dr. Hertz was
the first American rabbi
received in private audi-
ence at the Papal Palace

of captain. He is a former
department chaplain for
the American Legion and
the Jewish War Veterans,
and is a member of the
National Jewish Welfare
Board's chaplaincy com-
mission. In 1973, he went
on a mission for the De-
partment of Defense to
conduct retreats for

HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM THE
MAZER FAMILIES.

AZER'S SHOES

RABBI HERTZ

by Pope Paul VI. Dr.
Hertz reported on his
study mission to Israel
and his findings at the
Vatican Council in a
series of articles for the
Detroit Free Press for
which he has been a fea-
ture writer on special as-
signments for many
years.
During World War II,
Dr,. Hertz was a chaplain
in the Army with the rank

Jewish Historian to Deliver
Lecture at Shaarey Zedek

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
cultural commission will
begin its 10th season 8:30
p.m. Oct. 12 in the
synagogue, with a prog-
ram featuring Jewish his-
torian, Dr. Jacob R. Mar-
cus. His topic will be "The
Romance of the American
Jew."
Dr. Marcus is distin-
guished service professor
and occupant of the Mil-
ton and Hattie Kutz
Chair in American Jewish
History at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in Cin-
cinnati. He is the director
of the American Jewish
Archives and the Ameri-
can Jewish Periodical
Center.
Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The
Jewish News, will intro-
duce Dr. Marcus.
Dr.
Marcus
was
graduated from the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati and
was ordained at Hebrew
Union College. He earned
his PhD degree-from the
University of Berlin and
pursued graduate studies
in Paris and Jerusalem. He
also is a recipient of the
Lee M. Friedman Medal

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was given a standing, si-
lent tribute by his con-
gregation Saturday,
marking his 29th Rosh
Hashana as rabbi at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Jack Kutnick, president
of Bnai Moshe, an-
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Lehrman appeared on
the bima that the
synagogue was giving the
rabbi a six-month sab-
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from his illness.
Rabbi Lehrman deli-
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and appologized for his
hoarse voice, which he
said was growing
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