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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 25, 1919 25

Shavuot Begins Thursday Night Breakthrough at Technion

Jerusalem Day
Being Marked

Shavuot, the Festival of
Weeks, marking the giving
of the Torah on Mt. Sinai,
will be observed by area
congregations and secular
groups beginning at sun-
down Thursday. Congrega-
tions who have made their
service schedules available
are:
ADAT SHALOM
SYNAGOGUE: The tradi-
tional all-night study ses-
.
`ion will begin 10 p.m.
Thursday. Study group
leaders will include Rabbi
Efry Spectre, Cantor Larry
Vieder and Cheryl Kovsky,
youth director, all of Adat
Shalom; Rabbi and Mrs.
Robert Abramson of Hillel
Day School; Jonathan Jaffa,
president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation's Junior
Division; and Rabbi
William Rudolph, director
of the Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan.
Shaharit services will be
held at sunrise followed by
breakfast. The community
is invited.
BETH
CONG.
SHALOM: Services will be
held 6 p.m. Thursday and 9
a.m. June 1. Graduation
exercises will take place at 8
p.m. Shabat-Shavuot serv-
ices. Second Day Shavuot
services will be held at 9
a.m. (Yizkor). Rabbi David
Nelson will officiate, and
Cantor Samuel Greenbaum
will chant the liturgy.

MONTREAL (JTA) —
"Jerusalem Alive" is the
theme of an exhibition of
photographs and other
items related to Jerusalem
that opened last week at the
Place Bonaventure,
Montreal's largest shopping
center, under the auspices
of the Canada-Israel Cul-
tural Foundation.
In New York, the re-
unification of Jerusalem is
being marked this weekend
with a number of special
events, including a photo-
graphic display' at the
World Trade Center and a
sound anci light show at
Goodman Auditorium.

BIRMINGHAM TEM-
PLE: Services will be held
8:30 p.m. June 1. Officers
and trustees will be in-
stalled and there will be a
presentation by the drama
group. Rabbi Sherwin Wine
will speak on "Unorthodox
Judaism."
DOWNTOWN
SYNAGOGUE: Shavuot
services will be held 7:30
a.m. June 1. Rabbi Noah
Gamze will officiate, and
Cantor Harry. Sturm will
chant the liturgy. Services
will be held 7:30 and 8:45
a.m. June 2. Rabbi Gamze
will speak on "Can We Mod-
erns Still Believe in Revela-
tion?" An additional Yizkor
service will be held at 11
a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL:
A Shavuot Eve confirma-
tion service will be held 7:30
p.m. Thursday in the tem-
ple. Rabbis Milton Rosen-
baum and Lane Steinger
will officiate. Cantor Nor-
man Rose will chant the
liturgy.
LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION:
Shavuot services will be
held 8 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.
June 1 and 9 a.m. (Yizkor)
June 2. Rabbi Martin Gor-
don will officiate.
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Shavuot services
will be held 6 p.m. Thurs-
day. Rabbis Irwin Groner
and Alan Lucas will deliver

the sermons. At 8:45 a.m.
services June 1, the sermon
topic will be "Torah: The
Gift Which Keeps on Giv-
ing." Services 6 p.m. June 1.
Second day Shavuot serv-
ices will be held 8:45 a.m.
June 2. Yizkor will be re-
cited. The sermon topic will
be "The Voice and the
Echo." Jeremy Fand • will
become Bar Mitzva. Serv-
ices will be held 9 p.m. June
2. Cantor Sidney Rube will
chant the liturgy. Dan
Braude will direct the choir.

SHOLEM ALEICHEM
INSTITUTE: Shavuot will
be marked at an oneg
Shabat 8:45 p.m. June 1 at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
There will be communal
readings and songs for
Shavuot. Refreshments will
be served.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
OAK-WOODS: Services
will begin 8:50 p.m. Thurs-
day. Rabbi James I. Gordon
will deliver a lecture on
"Torah Hashkafa — An
Outlook Toward Changing
Life Styles." At 9 a.m. serv-
ices June 1, Rabbi Gordon
will speak on "Torah by
Computer." At 9 a.m. Yiz-
kor services Saturday, he
will speak on "The Goals of
Torah."
Check with congrega-
tions not listed herein for
their Shavuot service
schedules.

in Treating Kidney Disease

HAIFA — A peritoneal
dialysis unit that can be op-
erated at home by patients
requiring treatment is
under development by Prof.
Amnon Foux and his team
in the Silver Institute of
Bio-Medical Engineering of
the Technion - Israel Insti-
tute of Technology.
The new dialysis machine
uses the process of
peritoneal dialysis, rather
than the more common
hemodialysis to treat vic-
tims of chronic renal (kid-
ney) failure.
These patients must have
their blood purified fre-
quently to keep them from
being slowly poisoned by
the excess water and wastes
that accumulate as a result
of their kidney failure.

Hillel Meetings

WASHINGTON — Ad-
dresses by Fr. Timothy
Healy, president of
Georgetown University,
and Dr. Seymour Martin
Lipset, professor of politics
and sociology at Stanford
University's Hoover Insti-
tute, a probe into new con-
stituencies, and the pre-
sentation of the Haber
Awards will highlight the
annual meeting of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundations
Commission in Washington
Sunday and Monday.

Hemodialysis accomplishes
this by circulating blood
through the dialysis
machine which is connected
to the patient's blood system
through an arterial shunt.
In peritoneal dialysis,
there is no direct connec-
tion to the cardiovascu-
lar system, and waste
products are removed
from the body by diffu-
sion through the mem-
branes of the peritoneal
cavity.
Peritoneal dialysis has a
number of advantages over
hemodialysis, especially for
patients with heart or vas-
cular diseases, diabetics,
the elderly and young chil-
dren. It also avoids the prob-
lems of increased heart load
associated with
hemodialysis. The device is
entirely- automatic, con-
trolled by a built-in micro-
computer system.

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Gentiles OK Reform's Proselytizing

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Leading Catholic and Pro-
testant churchmen and
scholars have endorsed —
with some cautionary ob-
servations — a proposal by
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations (UAHC), to seek
converts to the Jewish faith
among the "unchurched" or
others searching for roots in
religion, according to _a re-
port released by the UAHC,
the central body of Reform
Judaism in the U.S. and
Canada.
The proposal, which
would reverse a 400-year-
old Jewish tradition of not
proselytizing, was advanced
last December by Schindler.
The UAHC's 180-member
board then set up a task
force to study the question
of "bringing the message of
Judaism" to any and all who
wish to examine or embrace
it. The task force, headed by
David Belin of Des Moines,
convened in New York last
weekend in conjunction
with the semi-annual meet-
ing of the UAHC board of
trustees. It will report to the
UAHC's General Assembly
in December.
The UAHC's Depart-
ment of Interreligious Af-
fairs made public re-
sponses to the question-
naire sent to 31 Catholic
and Protestant theolo-
gians. Eighteen re-
sponded. None -of the four
Fundamentalist or
Evangelical representa-
tives who were sent the
questionnaire answered.
Rabbi Balfour Brickner,

the department's director, wrote that Schindler's
asked four questions. They "analysis of the place and
were: whether missionary potential of such a mis-
efforts imply a superiority sion ... is correct." On
of one religion over another; the question of the
whether there are "dif- superiority of one reli-
ferences between the efforts gion over another that
of . . . fringe groups and the might be implied in mis-
posture of mission of your sionary efforts, Stendahl
denomination"; whether replied that this de-
Schindler's call legitimizes spended on the perspec-
Christian missionary ef- tive from which the mis-
forts; and do missionary ef- sion was carried out.
forts directed at the "un-
"The spirit of Rabbi
churched" affect interreli- Schindler's paper," he
gious relations.
commented, "indicates that
The responses received by it need not have such impli-
Brickner were overwhelm- cations." He added that he
ingly favorable to the pro- felt confident that the
posal. Many of them made UAHC's proposed program
the point that an outreach would be free of "spiritual
program to non-Jews would imperialism." Stendahl ob-
strengthen self- served that "it is important
understanding and identifi- to couple the missionary
cation among members of stance with interfaith
the Jewish community and dialogues and consulta-
that Schindler's call demon- tions" to make sure that
strated the vitality of misinterpretations are cor-
Judaism and the Jewish rected.
community in this country.
Responding on behalf of
The Christian leaders the National Conference of
also praised Schindler for Catholic Bishops, Dr.
not seeking to imply a Eugene Fisher said: "An
superiority of Judaism over active Judaism which vig-
other faiths. None indicated orously proclaims its own
concern that a Jewish mis- unique message to the
sionary effort would dam- world and openly invites all
age inter-faith relations.
interested in experiencing
At the same time, how- the richness and depth of its
ever, several respondents religious tradition is some-
made the point that seeking thing to be welcomed in a
converts among the "un- pluralistic society."
churched" was a two-way
Fisher, who heads the
street and that the large Secretariat for Catholic-
number of unaffiliated Jews Jewish Relations of the
in the U.S. might be deemed Bishops' Committee for
legitimate "targets" for Ecumenical and Religious
Christian proselytizing.
Affairs, also stressed the
Krister Stendahl, dean need for continuing
of the Harvard Univer- dialogue between Jewish
sity Divinity School, and Catholic.

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