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October 29, 1982 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New BB Housing for Aged Approved

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

Federal approval has
been granted to three more
senior citizens apartment
projects under Bnai Brith
sponsorship.
The new projects are to be
built in Scranton, Pa., Ed-
wardsville, Pa., and Silver
Spring, Md. The three proj-
ects are among eight appli-
cations filed by Bnai Brith
and each will be the second
such housing project in each
city.
The apartments will be
fireproof and have such

facilities for the infirm as
ramps, bathroom grab-bars,
and low-control panels for
elevators and lights. Most of
the apartment buildings
will have recreation rooms,
lounges, common dining
rooms, arts and crafts room
and laundry rooms.
The proposed build-
ings will be located in
populated areas to en-
able residents to partici-
pate in and contribute to
their communities.
All Bnai Brith housing in
the United States is gov-
ernment subsidized.

Lutherans Hit Luther's Bias

By RABBI MARC H.
TANENBAUM

Lutherans must rethink in
fundamental terms their
"The birthplace of essentially negative theol-
Lutheranism is the ogy toward the Jewish
graveyard of millions of people, Israel and Judaism.
Jews." Those words were
In a dramatic assertion,
spoken by Dr. Carl E. Prof. Braaten also called for
Braaten, professor of sys- an end to the Judenmission,
tematic theology at the the Christian missions to
Lutheran School of Theol- the Jews. "All talk of a
ogy in Chicago, at the na- Christian mission to the
tional conference of the Jewish people is out of or-
Lutheran Council in the der," he said. Calling "mis-
U.S.A. and the American sion and anti-Semitism in-
Jewish Committee, held extricably associated," Dr.
Oct. 13-14 at Hebrew Union Braaten urged instead that
College in Cincinnati.
Lutherans engage "in the
In his scholarly but context of dialogue in the
deeply-moving paper, Dr. form of service to the Jewish
Braaten expressed the mood people according to their
of a growing number of needs."
Lutheran theologians who
The papers of the
feel that in the wake of the Lutheran scholars were
Nazi Holocaust and the cre- underscored by an im-
ation of the state of Israel, portant statement from
the Lutheran World Fed-
eration in Geneva which
urged that "Lutherans
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Martin Luther's 'vitriolic'
EARRINGS
denunciations of Jews."
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marks the 400th anniver-
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The applause of the crowd the attestation of a reason-
makes the head giddy, but able man makes the heart

Bnai Brith sponsors hous-
ing developments for the el-
derly in Albany, N.Y. (192
units); Allentown, Pa. (150
units); Baltimore (123 un-
its); Boston (150 units);
Harrisburg, Pa. (208 units);
Houston (two projects total-
ing 300 units); Peoria, Ill.
(201 units); Reading, Pa.
(175 units); St. Louis (two
projects totaling 303 units);
Silver Spring, Md. (135 un-
its); Wilkes-Barre (173 un-
its); Wilmington, Del. (208
units); and Hot Springs,
Ark. (102 units).

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for Moses Menuhin, a
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Menuhin, the father of
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