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May 06, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-06

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The 110th annual meeting and
anniversary dinner of Temple
Beth El will be held Sunday,
May 16, 6:30 p.m., in the Frank-
lin Memorial Hall of the
Temple.
A highlight of the celebra-
tion will be the honoring of the
following living past presidents
of the Temple: Henry M. Butzel,
Melville S. Welt, Israel Himel-

present building on Woodward
and Gladstone.
Among the rabbis who served
Temple Beth El were Dr. Kauf-
mann Kohler, who later became
the president of Hebrew Union
College; Dr. Henry Zirndorf,
who later served as professor
of history and literature at He-
brew Union College; Dr. Louis
Grossmann, w h o succeeded
Rabbi Isaac M. Wise, the found-
er of. Reform Judaism in Amer-
ica, in Cincinnati, and later
served as professor of pedagogy
at Hebrew Union College; Dr.
Leo M. Franklin, who was rabbi
of Beth El from 1899 to 1941
and rabbi emeritus from 1941
to the year of his passing in
1948; and Dr. B. Benedict
Glazer, who served from 1941 . to
1952. The present rabbi of the
congregation is Dr: Richard C.
Hertz who commenced his min-
istry here in 1953. The assistant
rabbis are Sherwin T. Wine and
David A. Baylinson.
Present officers of the Con-
gregation are. Philip R. Marcuse,
president; Leon S. Wayburn,
vice-president; Leo I. Franklin,
treasurer; Irving I. Katz, execu-
tive secretary.

fter 16 Years
a Reunion

Young Israel Sets Ahavas Achim Dinner
Rabbi Arm
May 15 Banquet to A Honor
"Pride in Progress" dinner

YURI KORAL, 18, is greeted
by his mother and eight-year-
old sister; Miriam, on his ar-
rival at Idlewild Airport, New
York, from Russia. Yuri's re•
union with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R u b i n Koral, came 16
years after the family was torn
apart fleeing the invasion bf
Poland.

-

Beth Abraham
EleCts Pokart

Henry Pokart, a long-time

!R. JACOB R. MARCUS

Beth Yehudah Receives member of Beth Abraham Syna-
hoch, Morris Garvett, Harry C. Sarah Zack Scholarship gogue, was elected president of

Grossman, Leonard T. Lewis,
Dr. Herbert I. Kallet, Nate S.
Shapero, David Wilkus, Leonard
N. Simons, Benjamin Wilk and
John C. Hopp.
The guest speaker of the eve-
ning will be Dr. Jacob R. Mar-
cus, leading Jewish historian.
The 110th Anniversary Cele-
bration Committee consists of:

Establishment of a scholar-
ship to the Beth Yehudah
Schools in memory of Mrs.
Sarah Zack was announced this
week by Louis Zack, brother of
her late husband, Mr. Morris
W. Zack.
The endowment, to be known
as the Sarah Zack Scholarship,
Martin L. Butzel, chairman, Mrs. will be given to a "deserving
Arthur R. Bloom, Abraham J. Burke, girl chosen on the basis of her
Paul Broder, Wilbur DeYoung, Mrs.
Clarence H. Enggass, Mrs. Stanley scholastic merit and economic
Fleischaker, Mrs. William H. Frank, situation," Zack said.
Mrs. Merwin K. Grosberg, Mrs.
In commenting on the gift,
Jerome B. Grossman, Miss Edith
Heavenrich, Mrs. William M. Harris, Wolf Cohen, president of the
John C. Hopp, Jr., Charles S. Himel-
hoch, Victor Hurwitz, Mrs. Julian Beth Yehudah Schools, said,
H. Krolik, Dr. Maerit B. Kallet, "It is right and proper that the
Marshall F. Loewenstein, Mrs. Philip
R. Marcuse, Rodman N. Myers, Mrs. name of Sarah Zack should con-
Lester J. Morris, Mrs. Samuel J. tinue to be a part of an insti-
Rands, Mrs. Michael C. Roberts,
tution in which she was so
Mrs. Alan E. Schwartz.
Temple Beth El, Michigan's vitally interested all her life."
oldest Jewish congregation, was
organized in 1850 by 12 Jewish UAHC Filmstrip Depicts
immigrants from Germany when
Detroit had a population of Life of Civil War Rabbi
A new filmstrip on the man
21,019. Today, the Temple has a
membership of 1,805 families who inspired the Union prayer-
and is the fourth largest Reform book used in the 587 Reform
Jewish congregation in the temples in the United States and
Canada has just been produced
country.
During the first 11 years of by the Department of Audio-
its history, the congregation Visual Aids of the Union of
worshipped in homes of mem- American Hebrew Congrega-
bers. In 1861, the congregation tions.
The new color filmstrip con-
purchased an edifice on Rivard
Street, and that synagogue was sists of 41 orginal art frames by
Detroit's first Jewish house of William Steinel, entitled, "Da-
worship. In 1867, the congrega- vid Einhorn—the Father of the
tion moved to Washington Union Prayerbook".
Rabbi Einhorn gained a repu-
Boulevard, corner Clifford.
In 1903, a building was erected tation as a fearless religious
on Woodward and Eliot. In 1922, leader during his service at
the late Albert Kahn built the Har Sinai Temple, Baltimore,
in 1861. At that time, he de-
livered a scathing sermon on
Merkos L'Inyonei
the evils of slavery.

Sets Membership Rally

A membership rally is
planned by the Detroit office of
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch at
8 p.m., Monday, at Young Israel
of Northwest Detroit, 17376
Wyoming.
Guest speaker for the occa-
sion will be Rabbi Shalom
Gordon, of Newark, N. J., who
studied in European yeshivot
and graduated from the Cen-
tral Lubavitcher Yeshiva in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
At Monday's meeting, there
will be a report by Isadore Starr
on the progress of the group's
effort to secure 750 members
before Shavuot. Assisting Starr
are Ernest Citron and George
Zalinan, co-chairmen.
For information on member-
ship, call TO 9-7928 or WO
3-0050.

Summer Ulpan to Provide
College Credits for Hebrew
The possibility of acquiring
college credits during the sum-
mer through an intensive study
of Hebrew is being offered by
the Student Zionist Organiza-
tion. With the cooperation of
the Herzliah Hebrew Teachers
Institute, Ulpan students who
successfully complete the seven-
week accelerated Hebrew
course, can earn as many as four
college points.
Inquiries should be sent to
the Student Zionist Organiza-
tion, 515 Park, New York 22.

Elect Feinberg to Board
of Historical Society

Collector Charles E. Feinberg
was elected a member of the
board of trustees of the Detroit
Historical Society at the 38th
annual meeting of the society
Our classified ads bring results. on Monday.

the congregation at its annual
meeting earlier this week. He
previously served as first vice-
president and chairman of the
board of trustees.
Elected to serve with Pokart
were William A. Genser, vice-
president and board chairman;
Harry Greenbaum, second vice-
president; Irving Adler, treas-
urer; Dr. Harry Newman and
Jacob Greenberg, secretaries.
Three-year board terms will
be served by Dr. Robert Schlaff,
Joseph Viedrah, Morris Gold-
smith and Hyman A. Keys.
The new officers and trustees
will be installed at Shavuot
services of the synagogue on
June 2.

Pa°1
USE OV



POLAROID

Erry S. Lowenthal, regional
vice-preSident of the National
Council of Young Israel and
chairman of the board of di-
rectors of Young Israel of Oak-
Woods, will - be master of cere-
monies at the annual banquet
of the four branches of Young
Israel on May 15 at the Latin
Quarter.
Lowenthal will bring the
greetings of the national presi-
dent of the movement, Elijah
Stein, and also will introduce
the chairman of the Metropoli-
tan Council of Young Israel,
Jerome W. Kelman.
The banquet marks the first
time that the Young Israel
branches have pooled their re-
sources to conduct one com-
bined affair.
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, direc-
tor of the Council, stated that
such joint cooperative efforts
will become more common in
the future and that the coming
year would see merged activ-
ities in the areas of youth work
and adult education. .
Dinner music for the banquet
will be under the direction of
Sam Barnett and his orchestra.
A representative child of each
branch of Young Israel will
participate in a short narration
depicting the aims and ideals
of the Young Israel movement.
Young Israel will have a sum-
mer program of youth activities
which will include arts and
crafts, dramatics and various
types of sports activities and
an overnight camping program
at Camp Shor under the 'direc-
tion of Frank Leiderman.
Further information concern-'
ing the summer program of
the movement can be obtained
from any of branch offices of
the office of the Council, 17376
Wyoming.

Eshel Takes Post at UN

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA—Arieh Eshel, for the
last two years Israel's Ambassa-
dor to Uruguay, assumed the
post of Deputy Permanent
Representative of Israel to the
United Nations.

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school, pre-school and elemen-
tary school children is now be-
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at the United. Jewish Folk
School. For information, call
UN 4-6319, daily between 10
a.m. and 5 p.m.
The graduation celebration of
the United Jewish Folk School
is announced for June. 21, in
the Schaver Auditorium of the
Hayim Greenberg Center, on
Schaefer Rd. The 18 gradu-
ates will present a program, to
which all friends are invited.

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Rabbi Milton Arm, its spiritual
leader.
Lt. Gov. John B. Swainson
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13 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, May 6, 1960

Temp e
1 arks 110th
Anniversary; Honors Past
Presidents at Dinner May 15

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