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May 20, 1955 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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Campaign Chairmen Win Awards

Presented with awards at a recent report rally were these
chairmen whoSe sections achieved 100 per cent or more of their
last year's achievement: From the left: Standing, MARTY FRIED,
REUBEN AXELROD, JOHN E. LURIE (chairman of the 1955 Allied
Jewish Campaign), ARTHUR HOWARD and ALEX . SKLAR
(associate chairman, trades and professions); Sitting, IRA
y. SONNENBLICK, ANDOR FELDHEIM, MERWIN K. GROSBERG.
Not shown are other "100 per cent Chairmen" SIDNEY ROBINS,
PODOLSKY, MEYER BERMAN, \ ABE J. GURWIN,
PETER COPELAND, GEORGE KLEIN, RICHARD SLOAN, DR.
DENRY BROWN, JOSEPH KLEIN and' BOB ROSENTHAL. Lurie
bolds the coveted Detroit Service Group Trophy awarded each
year to the leading division.

8



DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Series Brings 'Green Fields'

Friday, May 20, 1955

Rabbi A. Cyperstein
Guest Here May 28

Music Study Club HoldsAnniversary Dinner

Sadie Braver, violinist, and
The Music Study Club has
Lillian
Zellman., pianist, will be been active in scholarship and
Rabbi A v i g d o r Cyperstein,
Dean of advanced Talmudical featured at a 30th anniversary philanthropic work and in work-
studies at Yeshivah University, dinner dance of the Music ing for music in Israel. Mrs. Jo-
Study Club of Detroit at 6:30 seph Markel, president. invited
New York, will
p.m. Wednesday at the Shera- non-members _to attend the oc-
address a She-
ton Cadillac. Dancing to the mu- casion. Reservations may be
vuot gathering
sic of an orchestra is also plan- made by calling Mrs. Joseph
here at 6 p.m.:
ned.
Mehr, UN. 2-7343.
Saturday, May
28, at Young Is-
rael Center, un-
der the joint
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"Green Fields," a comedy of
life among 'Jewish families in Rabbi Adler Chosen
LEVI MOVING CO. old-time rural Russia, will be the To Deliver Seminary
Courteous and Efficient Service
featured presentation of the Baccalaureate Talk
J. LEVI, Mgr.
Jewish Community Center's
18276 Strathmoor Ave.
Great Film Series, scheduled for
Rabbi Morris Adler, of De-
8:45 p.m., Sunday, in the Davi- troit, will deliver the Bac-
UN. 4-0708
son Branch.
calaureate sermon to the gradu-
ating classes of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca, it was announced by Dr.
Louis Finkelstein, Seminary
Chancellor. The sefvices will be
held in the Seminary Synagogue
in New 'York on June 11, and
TONIGHT, while you are fast asleep, they'll be un-
will be followed by a baccalaur-
loading a_ truck-trailer at your favorite food store—
eate dinner for the graduates
carting -in the refrigerated meat, fresh iced vegetables
and the faculties.
Rabbi Adler, a 1935 Seminary
and fruit, and all the other choice articles of food
graduate, has been visiting pro-
you'll find on display when you go marketing tomor-
fessor of homiletics at the Semi-
row morning.
nary during the past academic
year. He was guest of honor at
Fii-od stores want their customers to have a full
a dinner given for film by the
selectiork .of fresh merchandise every morning—so
faculties on May 10. Apprecia-
they call on trucks to stock their shelves and coun-
tion for his dedication to the
ters while you and most of Michigan sleep.
advancement of Judaism and to
teaching and scholarship were
•Without trucks, food stores just couldn't give the
expressed by Dr. Finkelstein
, .customer this sort of service.-Without trucks—well,
and by Simon Greenberg, Semi-
nary Vice-Chancellor. They also
things just wouldn't be the same at all in any busi-
conveyed their gratitude to Rab-
.- ness and the people of Michigan just wouldn't be
bi Adler's congregation for
enjoying the modern comforts and conveniences
granting him a leave of absence
they're enjoying today.
to join the Seminary's teaching
staff as visiting professor.
. Rabbi Adler, in reply, called
for a deeper understanding by
scholars and "men of ideas," of
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the indispensable role played by
the interpreters of ideas to the
people. "Spiritual leaders some-
times grow frustrated," • Rabbi
Adler said, "as they watch the
years pass without the expected
development of more affirma-
tive attitudes toward Judaism
on the part of the general com-
munity. These men have deep
need of the continuing, encour-
agement and spiritual support
of the scholars whom they res-
pect."

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Ahavas Achim Graduates
First School Class

The first graduation from the
Ahavas Achim Religious School
will take place at 10 a.m., MO
29, at the synagogue. The
school's 13 graduates will pre-
sent an original cantata, "I Be-
lieve," written by Rabbi Joseph
Hirsch, principal.
Rabbi Jacob Chinitz will de-
liver the graduation address,
Terri Faxstein will give the salu-
tation and Mrs. Jack Mash will
provide the musical background.
The class gift will be given to
Dr. Israel Wiener, congregational
president.
Special awards will be given
the graduates by Mrs. Jerome
Kirschbaum, Sisterhood pr es i-
dent, and David Grainer, presi-
dent of the Men's Club. Leo
Korn, chairman of the education
committee, will tender the cer-
tificates of %merit.
A social hour in honor of the
graduating class will follow , the
service, with parents of 'grad-
uates serving as hosts. The com-
munity is invited to attend.

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