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December 04, 1959 - Image 17

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-04

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Hebrew School
Sprouted in 1898

This is a front view of the new Shaarey Zedek, to be built

on the 10 -acre site on Northwestern Highway and 11 Mile

Road. A campaign now is in progress under the chairmanship
of Louis Berry to add another $1,500,000 to the $2,000,000
already raised for the new structure.

Beth Moses Slates
Installation Banquet

Charles Kief. re-elected presi
dent of Cong. Beth Moses, Oak-
man Blvd. and Linwood, an-
nounces an installation of of
ficers and burning of the mort
gage banquet
Jan. 17.
Other of-
ficers to be in-
stalled are To
bias Gleich
a n d Mendel
Haron, vice
Oscar Garri-
on, recording
and financial
secretary; Paul Shapiro con
troller; and Morris Goldberg,
treasurer. Rabbi Gerson Frankel
is spiritual leader of the con
All members and friends are
invited to the banquet. For res
ervations, call Oscar Garrison,
TO 8-3230.

Synagogue to Honor
Rabbi Wohlgelernter

Cong. Beth Yehudah, 17556
Wyoming, will sponsor an oneg
shabbat program at 8:30 p.m.,
today, honoring Rabbi M. J.
Wohlgelernter, who is leaving
shortly to return to Israel.
Rabbi Wohlgelernter, former
ly executive vice-president of
the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
here, is now secretary general

to the Chief Rabbi in Israel. He
will speak on "The Renaissance
of Religion as a Factor in Je
sh If in Israel."
According to Meyer Levin,
president of the synagogue,
members of the Ladies Auxi
iary and Sisterhood are plan
ning a reception to follow.
Mrs. S'ylvia Novetsky is Sis
terhood president, and Mrs.
Rose Koenigsberg is president
of the Ladies Auxiliary The
public is invited to attend.


Offers Direct Talks
on Refugee Problem

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Premier
David Ben-Gurion told a Can
adian parliamentary delegation
that Israel was prepared to dis-
cuss refugee problems with the
Arabs "directly or through any
intermediate body."
He expressed the belief that
the problem could be solved
if the Arabs desired a solution
and affirmed Israel's readiness
to discuss the problem face-to-
face with the Arabs or through
a third party.
The nine -man delegation,
headed by the Speaker of the
House of Commons, Roland
Michener, was received by Ben-
Gurion in his Tel Aviv office in
the presence of the Canadian
Ambassador, NI i s s Margaret

$640,000 Building Sale
to Benefit Hebrew U.

The sale of an apartment
building in Trenton, for $640,-
000 will result in support for
major educationl projects such
as the furtherance of scientific
research at the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, it was stated
by the Charles Charcowsky
Foundation, Inc, seller of the
property. The title closing data
was Nov. 24.
The announcement was made
through the American Friends
of the Hebrew University.
Charles Charcowsky, New
York and Miami Beach philan
thropist and businessman, who
established the foundation, pre-
vicusly announced gif ts of
$300,000 to the If Univer-
sity of Jerusalem—$200,000 to-
wards a science building, and
$100,000 for a Chair in Poultry
Science and Animal Hygiene.
In recognition of his out-
standing support, the Hebrei,v
University. of Jerusalem has
namec. a square on its nel.v cen
tral campus at Givat Ram, "The
Charles Charcowsky Square."


7. 7 alfrigST

Mention of the Talmud Tho-
rah Association of Detroit will
probably trigger nostalgic mem
ories for some community mem.
hers, while causing others to
ponder what it is.
Actually, it no longer "is."
It was the Detroit Jewish com
munity's first educational or
ganization and a predecessor of
the present United Hebrew
The association's purpose, as
set down in its Articles of Asso-
ciation, filed on June 8, 1898.
was "to establish, maintain and
control an institution . . . for
the disseminating of religious
knowledge, and especially for
the purpose of instructing chil-
dren of the Jewish faith in the
history of that it
and its
doctrines, in the if
Original members of the
TTAD were as follows:
Kate Roth, Samuel it
Ginsburg, David W. Simons,
Abraham Jacobs, Wm, Saulson,
Samuel Goldstein, Joseph Ros
enzweig, Samuel Rosenthal,
Moses Blumrosen, David Blum-
enthal, Julius P Rosenthal, Hy-
man Buchalter, Israel L Schein-
man, Moses Harris, Abe Keidan,
Harry Meyers, Phillip S. Apple-
baum, Joseph Levitt, Harris
Kaplan, Simon -Lewis, Michael
Davis, Aaron Solomon.
The articles now rest in the
possession of Hy Keidan, son of
the late association member
Abe (Abba) Keidan.

Detroit will play host to the
1960 conference of principals of
Jewish day schools in the Mid-
west, it was decided at this
year's conclav e, held over
Thanksgiving weekend in St.
Over 15 day schools from

eight states were represented at
the parley, which was dedicated
to the theme, "A Curriculum to

Meet the Jewish Child's Needs
Rabbi Joseph Elias, principal
of Detroit's Beth Yehudah
Schools, developed the theme
in a session of Jewish history.
Other sessions were devoted to
Hebrew language and Bible
Among the resolutions adopt
ed for submission to Torah Um-
esorah, the National Society for
Day Schools, were suggestions
for nation-wide standardized
tests in all major Hebrew
school subjects, preparation of
a teacher's outline for) ' Jewish
history and a it
that the Chum ash be mastered
in all schools by the end of the
sixth year.

The second in a series of lec
tures being sponsored by Cong.
Ahavas Israel, Grand Rapids, as'
part of its adult education pro
gram will be delivered by Rabbi
Edward Neufeld at 9 p.m., Mon
day. He will speak on "The
Position of the Jews in the
Soviet Union."
Lectures last 45 minutes and
are followed by a general di
cussion. Included amOng them
will be a symposium on "Israel
and the Diaspora" (Feb. 1), a
concert by the Music Study
Group of Detroit, conducted by
Dan Frohman (Jan. 17) and a
talk by Con g. Gerald R. Ford,
Jr., on the "United States, So-
viet Russia and Europe" (Feb.

Copr. 1950, Lsonard Pritikin


Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Yampol-
sky, active for many years in
the congregational service of
Beth Shmuel Synagogue. will
be honored at this season's an.
nual banquet.
Aaron Kanter has been named
chairman of the committee for
the banquet, which will be held
at 6:30 p.m.. Jan. 3, in the syna-
gogue social hall.
A prominent guest speaker.
soon tO be announced, will join
in the tribute to the Yampol-
skys, and there will be music.
The entire traditional commu-
nity is being urged to rally in
support of the yearly banquet.
Reservations are available by
calling TE. 4-0777.

UN to Mail Greeting Cards

as 'First Day Covers'

In'a general circular to 6,000
philatelists, stamp dealers and
societies, the United Nations
Postal Administration calls at-
tention to the opportunity it is
offering the public to send
UNICEF greeting cards this
year in "first-day covers"—en-
velopes stamped with the forth-
coming UN World Refugee
Year stamp.
The issue will be available at
New York headquarters on Dec.
10, and will make the Children's
Fund cards .a gift of philatelic
value, at no extra mailing cost.

Probably the largest and most
valuable library of Italian dia-
lect dictionaries outside Italy is
the University of Michigan's
special collection of 124 pur-

d i

Toastmaster for
Bar-Ilan Dinner

Norman Sommers, general
chairman of the annual dinner
to be given. under the sponsor-
ship of the De-
troit Friends
of Bar-Ilan
University and
the Detroit
Mizrachi - Ha-
poel Hamiz-
rachi Organi-
zation, in the
interests of
Bar - Ilan
versity in Is-
rael, this week
that Harry Yudkoff, prominent
Bnai Brith leader, will be toast-
master at the dinner.
This year's event is being
dedicated in honor of Isadore
Muskovitz, one of Mizrachi's
supporters, and the event will
honor the Muskovitz and the
Louis Pershin families.


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tape decks, changers, etc.

City to Host Day
School Conclave

'Jews in Soviet Union'
Next at Ahavas Israel

"Yes, we know you are a poor man, Mr. Nathan,
but because of your piety, we want you to serve
as President of our teniple."

Couple to Be Honored Yudkoff Named
at.Beth Shmuel Banquet

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Sp - -ringtitne Adventure - 1960

VISITING Paris, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Kiev,
Vienna, Moscow, London, Haifa, Minsk,
Jerusalem and Odessa.


or April 18 aboard the new ROTTERDAM
or April 20 aboard the QUEEN MARY



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