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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S — Friday, Sept. 11, 1959 —

Michigan Sisterhoods
to Meet at United
Synagogue Parley

The Sisterhood of Cong. Aha-
vas Israel, Grand Rapids, will
be host to the conservative
sisterhoods in Michigan, begin-
ning Sept. 20, with a reception
at Hotel Pantlind, and continu-
ing through lunch Sept. 22, an-
nounces Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
president of the • Michigan
branch of the National Wo-
men's League of the United
Synagogue of America.
Special trains will take the.
delegates from the Detroit
area, leaving via Chesapeake
and Ohio in Union Depot, at 5
p.m., Sept. 20, and will arrive
in Grand Rapids at 8:10 p.m.
Sisterhood presidents leading
delegates from Detroit will in-
clude Mesdames Charles H.
Charlip, of Adas Shalom;
Thomas Partovich, Ahav as
Achim; Albert Kaplan, Beth
Aaron; Harry Markle, Bnai
Moshe; E. Shiovitz, Evergreen;
and Joseph Deutch, Shaarey
Zedek.
Other presidents will include
Mesdames Larry Shalit, Ann
Arbor; Philip Surath, Bay City;
Samuel Laro, Flint; Pete Mey-
ers, Grand Rapids; Alfred Thea,
Kalamazoo; Zola Mickelson, Li-
vonia; Benjamin Rosen, Mt.
Clemens;• Sidney Fishman, Oak
Park; Irving Koper, Pontiac;
and Carl Leib, Saginaw.
Workshops in all phases of
sisterhood activities will be pre-
sented at this first annual con-
ference given under "the banner
of the Michigan branch of the
National Women's League of
the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica.

St. Louis Chief Rabbi Beth •Shmuel Lists
to Speak at Installation Holy Day Services

At the invitation of the Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis of De-
troit, Rabbi
Menachem H.
Eichenstein,
Chief Rabbi of
St. Louis, will
speak at the
installation of
the Council's
newly elected
Rabbi
officers Tues-
Eichenstein
day evening at Holiday Manor.

Proposal Brings Up
Church-State Issue

DUMONT, N. J., (JTA)—The
Dumont Board of Education, by
a vote of 6 to 3, rejected pro-
posals by a Protestant group for
a released time program in the
public schools of this commun-
ity. Under this proposal, chil-
dren would have been released
from school during school
hours, to receive outside re-
ligious instruction.
The proposal was opposed by
Rabbi Jerome M. Blass of the
Bergenfield-Dumont Jewish Cen-
ter, Rabbi Judah Washer of the
Teaneck Jewish Community
Center, and Sam Brown, re-
gional director of the New Jer-
sey Region of the American
Jewish Congress. Rabbi Blass
took the position that the pro-
posal was an infringement of
the principle of separation of
church and state and would
create difficult administrative
problems.

Cantor to Chant for High
Holy Days at Tamarack

Shehitah Remains
Problem in Canada

MONTREAL, (JTA)—A dele-
gation from the Canadian Jew-
ish Congress visited the Minis-
ter of Agriculture, Douglas S.
Harkness, and placed before
him the views of the Jewish
community on the protection of
Shehitah and pre-slaughter han-
dling. A bill enacted recently
in Parliament permits the gov-
ernment to make regulations on
methods of slaughter of food
animals.
The Minister indicated that
Shehitah would be included
among the permitted methods
of slaughter, but that shackling
and hoisting an animal before
rendering it unconscious would
be considered inhumane.
A Congress submission left
with the Minister and with his
senior departmental officers
pointed out that "the recogni-
tion of Shehitah as a humane
method may be nullified if no
safeguards are available to as-
sure workable pre-slaughter con-
ditions prior to Shehita." The
American experierice as gath-
ered by representative Jewish
institutions in the U. S. was also
submitted in the form of a brief
to the Minister.
In the meantime Canada
Packers Corp., is studying
changes in the present methods
preparing animals for the proc-
ess of Shehitah, and several
demonstrations in the presence
of rabbis and communal leaders
have taken place. Rabbi J. B.
Soloveitchik of Boston has been
consulted on certain problems
involved in these experiments.

Cantor Sheldon Feinberg re-
turns for his sixth consecutive
appearance at Tamarack Lodge,
Greenfield Park, N. Y., to offi-
ciate at Rosh Hashanah serv-
ices, announces owner Dave
Levinson.
Before the closing of the re-
sort season, Oct. 5, beauty con-
tests, cocktail parties, Broad-
way revues, tennis, golf and
dancing lessons will be held
during the month of Septem-
ber.

Cong. Beth Shmuel has com-
pleted arrangements for serv-
ices in its air-conditioned syna-
gogue, Dexter and Buena Vista,
on the High Holy Days.
Services will be conducted on
Rosh Hashana, commencing Fri-
day evening, Oct. 2, and Satur-
day and Sunday, Oct. 3 and 4,
by Rabbi Joseph Rabinowitz,
spiritual leader of the congre-
gation, assisted by Rabbi Mayer
Moskowitz, of New York.
Kol Nidreh, Sunday evening,
Oct. 11, will be led by Rabbi
Rabinowitz; Yom Kippur Day,
Monday, Oct. 12, both rabbis
will alternate in reading the
services.
The committee in charge of
distributing cards meets daily
at the synagogue, 9 to 12 noon
and 7 to 9 p.m. and all day
Sunday. Telephone reservations
may be made by calling TE
4-0777 and TU 3-3380.

Hebrew U. Develops
Fungi Antibiotic

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A new
antibiotic against fungi—hep-
tamycin—has been developed
by scientists at the Hebrew Uni-
versity. The new drug is un-
dergoing final laboratory tests
before being tested on human
patients.
Current tests are aimed at
establishing the exact toxicity
index and whether heptamycin
can be manufactured in large
•quantities at reasonable prices.
The search for antibiotics
against fungi has increased in
importance because the success
of numerous antibiotics against
bacteria had created an imbal-
ance between bacteria and
fungi, the latter multiplying to
a dangerous extent.

Beth Aaron School
to Reopen Sept. 20

The Beth Aaron Religious
School will reopen Sunday,
Sept. 20, Bernard Panush,
school director, announces.
The school office will be open
on Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to
Sunday School Classes
process registrations. Dr. Mar-
vin•Last, educational chairman,
Scheduled at Evergreen
Evergreen Congregation Sun- •and his committee will be on
day school will begin this Sun- hand to take care of all pre-
day at the Mettetal Public registration.
School. The culminating event
And the Lord looked upon
of the school term will be the
first confirmation exercises in him, and said, GQ in this thy
the Evergreen Center, and the might . . . Have not I sent,thee?
second such event in the con- . . . Surely I will be with thee.
—Judg. 6:14, 16.
gregation's history.

apan Educators Visit Yeshivah U.

Because of their special interest in Yeshiva University's
successful integration of Jewish and general studies in its
undergraduate schools, four leading Japanese educators recently
visited the university's Main Center in New York. They are
(1.-r.) Hidekazu Imai, vice president of the Kyoto Girls' Acad-
emy; Rev. Ryoga Kondo, delegate of the Japan Education Assn.;
Miss June Ito; Sam Hartstein, director of public relations,
Yeshiva University; Fujio Ando, principal, Second Technical
High School attached to Hosei University, Tokyo; and Chizen
Yotsunoya, principal of the Kogyokusha Middle and High
Schools, and vice president of the Japan Private Schools Assn.

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New Shaarey Zedek Rabbi
to Be Introduced at Meeting

"Meet the Groners," an eve-
ning with the. new associate
rabbi of Shaarey Zedek Syna-
gogue and his wife, will be
held by the Young Married
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