THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fr iday, November 13, 1959- 12
National Advisory Group Formed I Detroiters to Join A. Borman Wins Marshall Award
by Synagogue Council of America in Sessions of
Detroit civic a n d
er, receives the
Formation of a national advisory council of top Jewish
leaders who will represent the Synagogue Council of America
at national and international conferences was announced by
Rabbi Max D. Davidson (left), Synagogue Council president,
and former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (center), honorary chair-
man of the advisory council. Sen. Lehman and Rabbi Davidson
announced the appointment of Benjamin Lazrus (right) as
national chairman of the advisory council. The Synagogue
Council • is the national coordinating agency for the Con-
servative, Orthodox and Reform Jewish communities- represent-
ing their common interest in relationships with national
Catholic and Protestant church federations, United States
Government and the United Nations.
Dr. Will Herberg Men's Club Fetes
Next Speaker at Cantor Ackerman
A musical program honoring
Beth El, Nov. 23 Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman will
DR. WILL HERBERG
Dr. Will Herberg will be the
third speaker in the series
"Who Speaks For God" at
Temple Beth El Monday at 8
p.m., Nov. 23. Dr.- Herberg is
graduate professor of Judaic
studies and social philosophy at
Drew University, and is on the
staff of the Washington School
of Psychiatry. The public is in-
vited to attend the lecture.
the sun shines
bright at the .. .
Rates to Dec. .20th.
Take leave and take off for
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be held by the Beth Abraham
Men's Club at 8 p.m., Tuesday,
in the synagogue's Nusbaum .
Participating in the program
will be colleagues of Beth Abra-
ham's hazzan, Cantors Hyman J.
Adler, Ruben Erlbaum, Louis
Klein, Isaac Sten, Jacob Tambor
and Reuven Frankel.
ed by Israel
ment by Bella
, also • will be
featufed o n
b e extended , Cantor
bV Cantor Ackerman
Jacob H. Sonenklar, representa-
tives of the Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi Organization and of-
ficials of Beth Abraham.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will
be chairman of the evening,
while arrangements are being
made by Willie F. Opperer,
Men's Club president, Harry
Left and Max Ellenbogen.
to Address Installation
of Religious Zionists
A report on Israel today by
Rabbi Max J. Wohlgelernter
will be a highlight of the in-
stallation of officers ceremony
planned by the Religious Zionist
Organization of Detroit.
Rabbi Wohlgelernter, former
executive vice-president of the
Beth Yehudah Schools here and
now general secretary to the
Israel Chief Rabbinate, will
speak at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday,
in Rainbow Terrace.
His address will follow the
installation and a musical pro-
gram. Rabbi Wohlgelernter is
presently in the United States
on a mission for the Ministry
of Religion to obtain Sifrei
Torah and other religious arti-
facts for Israel.
Certificates for life and char-
ter memberships in the organ-
ization will be distributed at
Wednesday's program, and par-
ticipants in • the local program
of sending Sifrei Torah to the
Jewish state will be recognized.
Reservations for the dinner
affair are still available.
• Many issues. will be discussed
by delegates to the biennial
convention of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, which begins this week in
Miami Beach, Fla. Among them
"Should the law permit child
adoption across religious lines?
Should the public support
Planned Parenthood g r o u p s?
Should bingo, card games, raf-
fles, Monte Carlo nights and
other forms of gambling be
barred from the synagogue!'
A major issue before the. con-
vention is; "Should Reform
Judaism adopt a ritual guide for
Delegates from each of the
three Ref irm temples in the
Detroit area will attend the bi-
ennial assembly, which meets
simultaneously with the con-
ventions of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods and
the Nationr 1 Association of
Attending from Temple Israel
are Sol I. Stein, president, and
Mrs. Stein; the Jacob A. Citrins,
Charles L. Gold-steins, Nathan-
iel H. Goldsticks, Aaron Kish-
ners, Harry L. Pliskows, Leslie
R. Schmiers, Julian S. Tobiases
and Rabbi and Mrs. M. Robert
Sisterhood delegates are Mrs.
Arthur Hass, president, and
past presidents, Mesdames
Samuel Blache r, Samuel B.
Danto, William P. Greenberg,
David B. Keywell and Robert A.
Representing Temple Emanu-
El, in Oak Park, are Harry
Kretchmer and Mesdames
Joseph Maltzer, Sidney Katz-
man, Harry Kretchmer, Charles
Ressler and Maurice Weiner.
Temple Beth El will send Dr.
and Mrs. Irving I. Bittker, Dr.
and Mrs. Norman Drachler, Dr.
and Mrs. Richard C. Hertz, the
A. J. Burkes, Irving L. Gold-
mans, John C. Hopps, Irving I.
Katzes, Samuel Keywells, San-
ford R. Kleins, Major A. Siege's,
M. B. Sulzbergers and Jose
Wintons and Mesdames Arthur
R. Bloom, J. J. Marks, Samuel J.
Rands, Peggy Ratner, Saul J.
Rubin and Frank J. Winton.
John C. Hopp, immediate past
president of Beth El, will be, a
convention speaker, while Mrs.
Sanford R. Klein, past Sister-
hood president, will address the
Irving I. Katz, first president
and now honorary president of
NATS, will speak at that con-
vention, while Dr. Norman
Drachler, educational .director
at Beth El, will speak at a
major session on education of
Award of the Na-
tional Patrons So-
ciety of the Jewish
Theological S e m
nary of America at
the society's annual
dinner at ti., Wal-
dorf - Astoria Hotel,
New York, attended
by more than 500
people. Making the
presentation is Joel
W. Schenker, mem-
ber of the s e m
nary's board of di-
rectors. Borman was
cited for his "dedi-
cation to the highest principles of Judaic learning and culture.
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