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September 18, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-18

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Auxiliary Cantor
Named to Replace
Rabbi Ulrych

UHS, Adas Shalom Partnership

Young Israel Fetes 37-Year History at
Mortgage Burning Ceremony on Sunday

Henry C. Keywell and Morris branches of the election of Key-
Karbal will be honored at well and Karbal to- -honorary
Young Israel of Detroit's Burn- board membership of the na-
ing of the Mortgage Ceremonies tional council.
All children in the Dexter
of its Dexter building, Sunday
area are invited to register for
evening at Henrose Hotel.
Young Israel youth pro-
Two hundred friends and the
gram, to include arts and crafts,
Young Israel families will join pre-holiday
program, junior con-
in the event which marks the gregation and
athletic activities.
37 years of this Detroit re-
For further information con-
ligious youth movement.
tact the Young Israel office,
Charles T. Gellman, president TE 4-4145.
of Young Israel, stated that
simultaneous with the burning
of the mortgage of the Dexter
building, the new branch build-
ing, on 10 Mile Rd. near Green-
field, will be ready next week.
Both the Keywell and Karbal
families have been identified
with the Young Israel move-
ment for decades and have been
in the forefront of the building
Se. Our Display For
program of Young Israel.
Details and Order Blank
Elijah Stein, national metro-
politan council of the National
Council of Young Israel, in-
formed the local metropolitan
Grand River
council of Young

Cantor Isador e Shoen, of
Cleveland, O., has been named
to chant auxiliary High Holy
Day services in the Nusbaum
Hall of Beth Abraham Syna-
The Cleveland cantor was
called hurriedly this week by
synagogue officials, who were
saddened at the death of Rabbi
Baruch Ulrych.
Rabbi Ulrych, who only last
week was announced as the
synagogue's auxiliary' cantor,
United Hebrew Schools and Adas Shalom Congregation
died last Saturday after com- announce signing of a second ten-year contract under which
pleting the reading of the Torah the UHS will conduct a branch school at the Curtis Ave.
at Sabbath services. (See obitu- synagogue. Witnessing and signing the agreement were, left
ary on Page 31).
to right: standing, Albert Elazar, UHS superintendent;
Cantor Shoen will conduct Charles Charlip, chairman of the Adas Shalom negotiations
the services together with Irving committee; Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of Adas Shalom, and Louis
W. Schlussel, prominent com- Haber, Adas Shalom executive director; seated, Jack Shenkman,
munity leader, who is a board UHS secretary; David Safran, UHS vice-president; Max H.
member of Beth Abraham.
Goldsmith, Adas Shalom president, and Harry Goldberg, Adas
Schlussel will alternate with Shalom vice-president.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, spiri-
tual leader of the synagogue, in
preaching the High Holy Day
sermons on both Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur.
Cantor Shoen has previously
served congregations in Sharon,
-Two successive services in added, are intended solely for
Pa., and in New York City. each of its major halls is members and their farnilies.
planned by Temple Israel for The temple office is presently
first time during this year's open both day and night to re-
Oak Park Bnai Israel the
High Holy Day season, it was ceive membership applications.
The temple's Hebrew school
Holds High Holiday
announced this week by Sol
begins its sessions on Monday
High Holiday services will be Stein, president.
Services will be conducted in afternoon. The school is open
held by the. Torah Center of
1,400 seat main sanctuary only to those children attending
Cong. Bnai Israel in the main
and the 750-seat Leon Fram the regular religious school.
auditorium of F
Hall by the temple's senior Pupils attend two afternoon
the Jewish
rabbi, Dr. Leon Fram, and as- sessions of an hour each week.
Center Ten
sociate rabbi, Rabbi M. Robert
Mile branch,
WSU, U-M Offer
it was an-
Irving Rosengard and Ramon
nounced by
Gilbert will alternate with the Adult Courses on
Ernest Citron,
rabbis during the services of World's Religions
newly elected
worship. Special music Thr 'the
president of
Three religion courses will
holiday services is being ar-
the Torah Cen-
ranged by Karl W. Haas, temple be offered this fall by the Di-
vision of Adult Education of
music director.
Rabbi Israel
The congregation's religious Wayne State University - Uni-
Flam, of Cong.
school will open this Sunday versity of Michigan.
Bnai Isarel, will lead the serv- with the largest enrollment in
In order to aid in the under-
its history. Some 2,000 pupils standing of individual contri-
High Holiday tickets are now will meet in the Hampton and butions of Hinduism, Judaism,
available at the Jewish Center Bagley Schools, while the con- Islam, Buddhism or Christianity
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Sunday; firmation and high school itself, the course, "Great Reli-
and from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday classes will meet in the temple. gions of the World" Will be of-
and Tuesday, announces Wil-
Nathan King, chairman of fered each Wednesday from
fred Leon, chairman of the the temple membership commit- 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. by Dr. Frank
seating committee. Seating ar- tee, advises that the family L. Huntley and other members
rangements may be made by membership fee includes High of the University of Michigan
calling EL 7-1286, or TE Holy Day seating, enrollment faculty. The 12-week course will
of all children in the religious be offered at Dondero high
Services will also be held at school and other congregational school, Royal Oak.
Offered on Tuesday nights
the Bnai Israel Linwood-Leslie functions.
Accommodations for seating from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Grosse
location. Tickets for services
there may be obtained at the and school enrollment, he Pointe high school is "The
World's Great Religions," a 12-
synagogue every evening from
week course. Dr. 0. L. Chavar-
6 to 9 p.m. Weekly worship Host Cantor Boyarsky
ria-Aguiler, of the University of
now held by the congregation
is in the temporary quarters During High Holy Days Michigan, will deal with man's
Cantor Rubin Boyarsky, na- religious nature and the variety
at 15400 W. Ten Mile. Besides
Friday and Saturday services, tionally known tenor, will chant of its expressions.
Both off-campus courses will
t h e r e are Shabbat afternoon t h e parallel
begin next week. Additional in-
study groups for young adults. services at
formation can be obtained by
In affilitation with Yeshiva Adas Shalom
calling the local adult education
Beth Yehudah, the Torah Cen- during the
department in either Royal Oak
ter also runs an afternoon High Holy
Days. Alter-
or Grosse Pointe.
school of Jewish studies.
"Christianity in the Fuller
Serving with Citron as offi- nating with
Light of History," an eight-week
cers of the Torah Center are the 'syna-
course, will be held at the
Wilfred Leon, Eugene Citron, gogue's o w n
Memorial each Friday
E. Weiss and John Weiss.
beginning Sept. 25, under 'Dr.
1 a s Fenakel,
LeRoy Waterman, professor
Cantor Boyar- . Boyarsky
Beth Aaron Launches sky will be assisted by the emeritus of Semitics of the Uni-
choir which he trained per- versity of Michigan..
New Season Sunday
The first session of the new sonally.
season will be in full swing at
Wilno Co. Distributes
the Beth Aaron Religious School Mizrachi to Send' CARE
Sunday, according to Bernard High Holiday Parcels - New Jewish Calendar
The Wilno Kosher Sausage
Panush, school director.
The office of Mizrachi-Hapoel Co. of Chicago has published a
Classes range from kinder-
garten through the tenth grade Hamizrachi this week issued a new Hebrew-English calendar
and are offered at two morning reminder that food parcels or- for the year 5720 _ (1959-60).
sessions. The fir'St session is dered now through CARE will The calendar is now being dis-
held from 9:15 to 11 a.m., and be delivered to most all recipi- tributed by the Wilno Co.
the second session is from 11 ents in time for the High Holy
In addition to all dates of
a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Jewish and legal holidays, the
Dr. -
almanac has other important
chairman, advises that there are announcement were food par- and useful information and
still a few openings and urges
prayers: Kaddish, Yizkor, bless-
parents to register their chil- Through CARE, Mizrachi is ings of the Torah, dates of
dren Sunday, when his com- able to send two different pack- Sfiroh, Lag b'Omer, Tisha b'Av,
mittee will be available at the ages, both kosher, for $10 and periods during which weddings
school office for registration. $18.25.
For information, contact the are not permitted and days sin-
gled out, such as Rosh Chodesh,
To live is not to learn, but Mizrachi office, 17596 Wyoming, when weddings may be held.
to apply.—Legouve.



Temple Israel Sets Plans for
Holiday Seating; School to • Open


All arrangements efficiently
handled through
the personalized service of

Jules Doneson Travel Agency

18246 Wyoming Ave.

Open Sundays

DI 1-4004



Announces the Opening of Its New Hebrew School
Registrations now being -accepted for Sunday and
daily afternoon classes for boys and girls — ages
8 and up.

Tuition $100 per child for the entire year.
Competent teachers
Nursery Classes for Children Ages 3 to 5

For Information Call LI 1-9769


10 Mile Rd. at Cloverlawn, Oak Park
Is Pleased to Announce That

High Holyday Seats Are Now Available

At Their New Air-Conditioned Sanctuary

Ticket Committe Will Be at the Synagogue

SUNDAY, 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. and 6 to 9:30 P.M.
MONDAY thru THURSDAY 6 to 9 P.M.

Cantor Leibele Ritter

From New York

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman

Will Officiate

Chairman Ticket Com; -



Southfield Road

(nr. 9 1/2 Mile Rd.)

cordially invites your inquiries about


Privileges include: High Holy Day Seating, Com-

plete Hebrew and Religious School, Adult Classes

for Jewish Studies, Men's Club, Sisterhood, Mr.

& Mrs. Club, Youth Club, Boy Scout Troop, etc.

Limited Number of Seats Available to Non-
Members for the High Holy Days.
Office Hours: Mondays thru Thursdays
7-9 P.M.
1 -5
Sundays: 10-1 P.M.

ELgin 6-8210

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