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September 04, 1959 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-04

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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, Sept. 4, 1959 — 12

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The Suburban Community

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Newly - Formed Chorus Fall Fashions Feature I Summer Shul Holds
to Join SOC Symphony Southfield NCJW Fete Service Close to Nature

Jordan Evacuates Refugees from
Jewish Quarter of Old Jerusalem
into 1,000 New Housing Units

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The -Jewish News

The newspaper reports do not
indicate what Jordan intends to
do with the former Jewish sec-
tion which was never rebuilt
after widespread destruction by
Arab troops in the 1948 fight-
ing.

JERUSALEM. — Jordan is
The synagogue of Woodhull
Through the courtesy of Saks-
Henri Nosco, conductor of
the South Oakland Symphony Fifth Avenue, Detroit. Oleg Lake, a summer resort outside evacuating Arab refugees from
Orchestra, is forming the South Cassini will present his new of Pontiac and about 30 miles the half destroyed Jewish quar-
Oakland Symphony Chorus, to Fall fashions at the opening north of Detroit, has done a bit ter of the Old City of Jerusalem
to permanent homes built by
be a branch of the orchestra, it meeting of the Northwest-South- of the impossible.
Jews who seldom—or never— the United Nations Works and
was announced by James Ren- field branch of the Detroit Sec-
Dr. F. PEYTON ROUS of
frew, symphony society board tion of the National Council frequented a synagogue before, Relief Agency, the Jordan
attend Sabbath services in the Ministry of Development an- the Rockefeller Institute for
of
Jewish
Women,
Sept.
15,
at
chairman.
12:30, at the Jewish Center on new Orthodox shul built in 1957 nounced in Jordan newspapers Medical Research was tendered
Starting rehearsals at 8 p.m.
not far from received here Tuesday.
Curtis at Meyers.
a luncheon by the American
Sept. 28 at Oak Park High
the beach,
Mrs. Lawrence Weisberg, pro-
Isshak Nashashibi, the direc- Committee for the Weizmann
School, the chorus will rehearse gram chairman, announces that
especially de-
the second and fourth Monday Cassini will comment on his own
signed for tor general of the Jordan Minis- Institute of Science, Aug. 31,
of every month.
summer vaca- try, was quoted in the Jordan in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
fashions. An added attraction
press as announcing that a
Plans are being made for the will be the Strolling Minstrels.
tioners.
Arthur Krim. Dr. Rous is leav-
chorus to perform twice this The show, to be preceded by a
Attended by thousand refugee families were ing for Israel to attend an in-
being
transferred
to
a
thousand
season with the orchestra: Feb. dessert luncheon, is open to all
Orthodox, Con-
new housing units built on the ternational symposium on the
21, in an American work; and Council members.
servative a n d
outskirts of Jordan-held Old mechanisms of cancer causa-
May 28 in the Beethoven Ninth
Mrs. Arthur Stone, chairman
Reform Jews,
Jerusalem. The refugees have tion, sponsored by the Interna-
Symphony.
of the Northwest - Southfield
the synagogue
been living in the former Jew- tional Union Against Cancer,
Residents of South Oakland branch, has appointed the fol-
was, for many ish quarter since the Israel War Sept. 9 to 15, at the Weizmann
County who are interested in lowing committee chairmen:
Sosnick years, set up of Independence more than 10 Institute of Science in Re-
Membership, Mrs. Joel Josephson; in makeshift locations, each
joining the chorus are asked to community
hovoth.
service, Mrs. Harold Gel-
years ago.
call Mrs. Nosco, LI. 7-5013 for man; D. W. Simons Center, Mrs. Sabbath in a different cottage.
Max
Honeyman;
senior
activities
further information.
Inspired and organized through
center, Mrs. George Klein; educa-
tion, Mrs. Harvey Lewis; resale, the efforts of Isidore Sosnick,
"all our work . . . guaranteed!"
Mrs. Joseph Benedek; publicity, and the late Morris Zack, the
Mrs. Matthew Hudson; correspond-
ence, Mrs. Albert Adelman; bowling, synagogue resembles a commu-
Mrs. Arthur Braverman; Southfield, nity congregation.
Mrs. S. J .Varon.
Officers include Sosnick, pres-
Livonia Congregation Sets
ident; J. Gussin, secretary, and
Norman Richman, treasurer.
High Holy Day Services
Mr. Zack was vice-president up
The grounds of Botsford Inn
will be used for High Holy Day until his death Monday.
BANDS • CRYSTALS • JEWELRY REPAIR
The close the summer season,
Expert alterations and major
services of the Livonia Jewish
remodeling on Ladies' and
Congregation. Philippe Pfeffer Cong. Woodhull Lake will hold
will chant the cantorial portions a farewell m'lave malkah at 9
Men's clothing.
13720 W. 9 Mile Rd. — Located at Rosen's Optical — LI 7-5068
p.m. Saturday.
of the service.
OPEN DAILY: 9:30 to 6; Thurs. 9:30 to 9
Registration for the congrega-
tion's branch of the United New Chapter Begins
Hebrew Schools is now in
For All Occasions
progress, while Sunday school for Shaarey Shomayim
We Make Our Own Glasses
Dedication ceremonies of the
Perfect Individual Fitting
registration will begin Sunday
HEADQUARTERS FOR
and continue through the week. new Cong. Shaarey Shomayim
Tickets for the High Holy Sanctuary and classrooms will
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
Day services at the new Liv- be observed at 1 p.m. Sept. 13
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
onia Jewish Congregation are at its location on Ten Mile Rd.
Clothiers and Cleaners
now available. For informa- between Greenfield and Cool-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
22155 Coolidge
tion, contact Jerry Friedman, idge, in Oak Park.
ACCURATELY FILLED
So. of 9 Mile Rd.
GR. 6-1722; Les Waldman, GR.
The former "Fenkell Shul,"
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
6-0439; or Norm Felender, KE. Shaarey Shomayim, retains its
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
LI 7-1511
7-5192.
traditional orthodoxy although
its facilities are expanded and
— ASK ABOUT OUR CONTACT LENS
modernized, with air condi-
tioned rooms for religious, so-
cial and educational functions.
In addition, it has 20,000 feet
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
LI 7-5068
of parking space.
OAK PARK, MICH.
Included on the dedication
24060 Coolidge, Oak Park, Mich.
Hours: Daily & Sot. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. — Thursdays to 9 p.m.
program . are liturgical rendi-
PROUDLY PRESENTS
tions by a cantor; greetings by
Rabbi Leizer Levin, chairman
THE WORLD RENOWNED
of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis; Mayor Alexander, of
Oak Park; and emcee David J.
Cohen, president of Merkaz.
Refreshments will be served
Proudly Announces
following the dedication of
and Choir
rooms in memory of David
Gooze, former business man,
and Israel and Hinda Rose.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, September 11, 12, 13

BACK TO SCHOOL
SPECIAL on

OAK PARK'S
ONLY
WATCH REPAIR

SLACKS

OAK PARK WATCH REPAIR

Tuxedo Rentals

RADOM TAILORS


ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER
OF OAK-WOODS

Congregation Bnai Moshe

Cantor
Leibele Waldman

For Reservations Call the Synagogue Office

LI. 6-6662

B'NAI DAVID SYNAGOGUE

24350 Southfield Road (nr. 9 1/2 Mile Rd.)

cordially invites your inquiries about

MEMBERSHIP-AFFILIATION

Privileges include:

High Holy Day Seating
Complete Hebrew and Religious School
Adult Classes for Jewish Studies
Men's Club, Sisterhood, Mr. & Mrs. Club,
Youth Club, Boy Scout Troop, etc.

Hayim Donin, Rabbi

Bnai Moshe Announces
Its Multiple Activities -
A program of religious, edu-
cational, cultural and social ac-
tivities will be offered by Con-
gregation Bnai Moshe, recently
transplanted to its nearly com-
pleted new Sanctuary on Ten
Mile Road in Oak Park, accord-
ing to Harry J. Gunsberg, con.
gregation president.
For the time being, daily and
Sabbath services are conducted
in the Chapel of the new build-
ing.
High Holy Day Services will
be held in the main auditorium.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will offi-
ciate and Cantor Klein will
chant the liturgy, assisted by
the Bnai Moshe male choir.
The religious school is under
the direction of Walter Farber.
Classes are scheduled to begin
Sept. 20.
Congregation auxiliaries are
ready to resume their activities.
Inquiries may be made at the
congregation office, LI. 8-9000.

Hyman J. Adler, Cantor

CALL EL 6-8210

"Ambassadors have no battle-
ships at their disposal, or heavy
infantry, or -fortresses; their
weapons are words and opportu-
nities."—Demosthenes.

REGISTRATION FOR ITS RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
IN ITS NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
SYNAGOGUE SCHOOL BUILDING

10 MILE RD. and KENOSHA, OAK PARK

Classes Will Be Held for Boys and Girls
Pre-Kindergarten (Age 4)
Through Grade 10 (Age 16)

LIMITED SCHOOL REGISTRATIONS AVAILABLE
FOR NON-MEMBERS

Curriculum Includes:
• Hebrew (Grades 6-10)
• Bible
• Customs & Ceremonies • Arts and Crafts
• Music and Dramatics
• History

For Religious School Registrations and
Membership Information Call
LI 8-9000 or JO 4-6452

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES WILL BE HELD
IN THE NEW SANCTUARY

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