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June 03, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, June 3, 1977

MACK. PITT
and
His Orchestra

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Interfaith Communal Spirit Marks
Rites for TV Master Lou Gordon

As in his lifetime, also at
the last rites performed for
him at the funeral service
at Kaufman Chapel May 26;
Lou Gordon was accom-



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panied to his final resting
place by people of all
faiths, and the service was
like an echo of hi/ turbulent
themes of Channel 50, mus-
tering public opinion for jus-
tice for the less fortunate.
His brother, Rabbi Albert
Gordon of Sioux City, Ia.,
spoke feelingly in behalf of
the family, in eulogizing the
deceased. His theme was
the family devotion which
negated a popular view that
the televsion personality
was always merely the
man of /tension, always
fighting for something or
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ganized religion." but he
wanted his children to be
knowledgeable about their
heritage.
Mr. Gordon's knowledge
of Hebrew, his retention of
. what he had learned in his
youth, was noted by Rabbi
Syme. He recalled Mr. Gor-
don's addressing Temple Is-
rael last February, quoting
Hebrew, giving emphasis to
the "etz hayyirn lemakhazi-
kin ba.. " that Torah is a
source of strength for those
who adhere to it. It was a
dramatic recitation that
• marked Mr. Gordon's last
public address, five weeks
ago, when he spoke at a din-.
ner at Beth Achim syna-
gogue in honor of Harry
Laker.

In.the assembly of more
" than 600 at the funeral serv-
ice were scores of notables,
non-Jews as well as Jews.
Carl Levin, president of the
City Council, was there
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, with Mrs. Levin.
Among the pallbearers
in a second eulogy, spoke of
Lou Gordon whose children were Senator Donald
were taught in Temple Is- Riegle, Federal Judge Dam-
rael. He spoke the minds of on Keith, Attorney General
fellow citizens who recog- Frank Kelly and Supreme
nized that when the man Court Justice Charles Le-
being eulogized was viewed vin.
Cantor Harold Orbach
as "the angry man" it was
really the passion for fair- chanted appropriate
Psalms at the funeral serv-
ness and truth.

The rabbi likened Mr.
Gordon to the Prophets
Isaiah and Jeremiah. Quot-
ing from both he said that
the deceased had dedicated
himself to the battle for
just causes.
Rabbi Syme reconstruct-
ed some conversations he
had with Lou Gordon, wheh
he came to enroll his chil-
dren for studies under him
and his Temple Israel facul-
ty, and when he married
the Gordons' daughter,
Carol. Mr. Gordon had
come to him with a view of
being an opponent of "or-

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