Area's Orthodox Institutions Back
22nd Dinner of Rabbinical Council
UAHC Releases Two Filmstrips
Beth Aaron Service
to Honor Men's Club.
Members of the Beth Aaron
Men's Club will participate in
All Orthodox synagogues in Daniel Laven, Harry Stolsky,
late Friday evening services of
Detroit, the suburban areas Moe Yolles, Rabbi N. Katz and
the congregation at 8:30 ,p.m„
Toledo, Windsor and Mt. Clem-
today, marking the annual
ens will be represented at the
Special greetings will be ex-
Men's Club Sabbath.
22nd anniversary dinner of the tended at the dinner to Rabbi
The service, to be < conducted
Council of Orthodox Rabbis and Isaac Stollinan, who has com-
by Rabbi Benjamin H. Gar-
Merkaz, to be held at 6 p.m., pleted a three-year term as na-
relick and Cantor Ihil -Gildin
Tuesday, at Cong. Shaarey Sho- tional• president of Mizrachi-
will be dedicated to the Herz].
mayim, 14200 W. 10 Mile, Oak Hapoel Hamizrachi and has re-
Centenary.. Sidney Noveck, a
sumed his du-
leader in the synagogue and
Rabbi David B. Hollander,
ties as spirit-
the Men'S Club, will speak on
spiritual leader of Mt.- . Eden
ual leader of
"Theodor Herzl, the Greatest
Jewish Center, Bronx, N.Y., will
Jew - of Our Century."
be the principal speaker, and
Israel and a
Other participants will be
there will be musical selections
member of the
Jerome Silberman, club presi-
by the Beth Yehudah School
dent; Mrs. Arthur Faber, Meyer
choir, directed by Rabbi Moshe
the Council of
Millthan,. Al Rosenberg and Dr.
Shown here is the altar sacrifice in ancient days, depicted Marvin A. Last.
David I. Berri s, banquet
An oneg shabbat following
Morris Dorn, in the new Union of American Hebrew Congregation's film-
chairman, is being assisted by
will be conducted by
}.ticket chair- strip, "The Tabernacle — As Described in the Bible." The
the following: Baruch Litvin,
man for the presentation is one of two color filmstrips released by the Rabbi Gorrelick, together vice-
honorary chairman; David J.
Maynard Feldman, club"
Cohen and Ernest L. Citron, dinner, will be heard in a spe- Union's audio-visual aid department for use in religious president; William I. Liberson,
s t e e r i n g committee; Morris cial- message on the Altman
schools, youth and adult study groups .. The second strip is synagogue president; and Mrs.
Dorn and Harry Blitz, tickets; Jewish Hour at 9:45 p.m., Satur- "Yochanan Ben Zakkai — Teacher of Peace."
Albert Kaplan, Sisterhood presi-
day, on station WJLB.
and James N.
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Beth Abraham Series
to Mark Music Month teachers from the Detroit area Beth Aaron; Max Rosenberg,
also is chair-
Another in the series of Fri- will participate in a conference Temple Emanu-El; L e o b a r d
man of the
day. evening forums presented beginning with a luncheon at Servetter, Beth Shalom; Rabbi
at Beth Abraham Synagogue 1 p.m., Sunday, at Cong. Beth M. Robert Syme, Temple Israel;
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when Jewish Music Month will Ayes., Oak Park. The luncheon lom.
will be served by members of
with the Council of Rabbis, an- be observed.
Dr. John Bryden, musicol- the host congregation's Sister- Brotherhood Service
nounces the following as mem-
bers of the sponsoring commit- ogist and chairman of the hu- hood.
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Dr. Isaac Barzilay, assistant pro-
man, Harry Citron, Oscar Garri- A special program of cantorial fessor of Near Eastern lan- tonight at the Beth Israel Corn-
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Dr. Merrill Abbey, professor
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Joseph Kadans, Isaac Knoppow, erman and the synagogue choir, "The Growth of Modern He- of preaching at Garrett Grad-
uate School of Theology, North-
Alex Kuhn, Meyer Levin, M. directed by Israel Fuchs.
western University, will be the
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will brew Literature."
Manuel Merzon, Jacob Nosan-
Other participants in the pro- guest speaker on the topic "So
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chuk, Irving Schlussel, Meyer introduce the speaker, and Dr.
Terebelo, all representing con- Lawrence Yaffa, adult educa- gram will be Walter Farber, the Lord Scattered Them."
tion chairman, will preside. A Cong. Bnai Moshe; Rabbi Max Rabbi Julius Weinberg will, con-
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From the kosher food indus- social hour will follow the pro- Kapustin, Beth Abraham; Shi- duct the service, assisted by the
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try are Gilbert Borenstein, Har- gram.
The series is presented by Eli Grad, Shaarey Zedek. Chair-
' . ry Greenfield, Harry Gunsberg,
synagogue, in cooperation ing the conference are Frank
Larry Horowitz, Kalman Lustig,
Meyer Manella, Seymour Shapi. with Louis Marshall Lodge of Leiderman and Max Chomsky,
of Beth Shalom.
ro, Ralph Stone and Abe Wein- Bnai Brith.
The conference, an annual
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Herman Strassburger will
Rose, Nathan P. Rossen, Law- serve another term as president tan Detroit, which was or-
At The "Home Of
rence W. Crohn, Daniel Tern- of Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim ganized in 1953.
Participating members in-
chin, Zvi Tomkiewicz, Jerome following his re-election at the
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W. Kellman, Isadore R. Cohen, annual meeting of the congrega- clude Rabbi Hyman Agress,
Evergreen Jewish Cong.; Nor-
tion last week.
Serving with him will be Paul man Drachler, Temple Beth El;
Mosbach, vice-president; Moritz Walter Farber, -Bnai Moshe;
to Honor Late Leader Katzman, treasurer; Max Wer- Eli Grad, Shaarey Zedek; Rabbi
A banquet in trib-ute to the ner and Willy Kornblum, sec- Eric Greenbaum, Bnai David;
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memory of the late Jacob retaries; and Siegfried Cahn Rabbi Joseph Hirsch, Ahavas
Soberman, who was among the and Max Marx, honorary presi- Achim; Rabbi Max Kapustin,
community leaders instrumental dents.
Elected to the board were
. in bringing the Yeshivath
Chachmey Lublin to Detroit, is Max Blum, Herman Doiny, Ar-
planned for March 6, at Young thur Leiser, Ludwig Leserman,
Moritz Marx, Fred Kasstan,
Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
Planned by the Yeshivah, Menashe Haar and Otto Kauf-
which now makes its home at man. Honorary board members
24870 Fairfax, in Southfield, are Fred Hopfeld, Sigmund
the banquet will be presented Lowenthal and Herman Stark.
Max Blum, chairman of the
in honor of Mr. Soberman's
building committee, reported on
During his lifetime, • Mr. the progress of the new syna-
Soberman served in many capa- gogue on Greenfield and Vas-
cities with the institution. His sar, which will be ready for oc-
family has continued his sup- cupancy before this fall.
Marvin Seligson has been
named chairman of the ban- Berger's 'New York'
quet, which will feature a Highly Acclaimed
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Meyer Berger is rated as one
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sent a program on "Rosh
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moon, at the next session of the titled "a great reporter's record
Cantorial Hour, sponsored by of his love affair with a city,"
the Jewish Center, 18100 Mey- proves it. He knew more places
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