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May 27, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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1
e Suburban Cofnmunity

Harmonica Virtuoso
Here for Bnai David
`Night of Stars,' June 4

New Mishkan Israel' Scene
of Golden Jubilee Dinner

By the Oak-Woodser
area where it now serves many
One of the Detroit area's of the former congregants, who
oldest existing Jewish congre- have moved with the Jewish
gations will celebrate its 50th community's expansion, and
anniversary at a Golden Jubilee other Oak Parkers who desire
Dinner on June 12.
traditional services.
The synagogue is Cong. Mish-
Among the presidents of the
kan Israel, now located at 14000 congregation whose families
W. 9 Mile, in Oak Park.
have remained prominent and
Its history dates back to a active in communal and syna-
small minyan which met in gogue work are Shlomo Karbel,
quarters at Benton and Antoine Yisroel Chaim Gould, Aaron
Streets. The building has since Simon, Meyer Margolis, Morris
been torn down to make way Fishman, Morris Granat, Joseph
for Detroit's expanding housing Weiss, Philip Gordzeck, Charles
development projects.
Handler and Joseph Gellman.
Mishkan Israel was re-
Harry Einhorn was treasurer
established on Blaine and for many years, and other stal-
Linwood, and here the syna- warts include Abraham Suger-
gogue prospered for over a man and Abraham Stollar.
quarter of a century under
STAN FISHER
More recent officers still
the leadership of Rabbi Isaac
Young harmonica virtuoso Stollman, who has served the active with Mishkan Israel in-
clude Phillip Stollman, Morris
Stan Fisher will join comedian congregation for 30 years.
Alan King, the Barry Sisters
Only two years ago, Mishkan Pollack and Abraham Shainak,
and the Yemenite Dancing Israel moved into the Oak Park past presidents (Mr. Shainak
is now honorary president); and
Group at the "Night of Stars"
Hymen Margolis, J. Goldstein
planned by Cong. Bnai David
and M. Manuel Merzon, vice-
at 9 p.m., June 4, at Ford
Close Schools
presidents.
Auditorium.
Lou Hammes is presently
Fisher is in such demand
on the Holidays
serving as president of the con-
that he usually wears out two
The Oak Park schools
gregation, and Jacob Bockow
harmonicas every three weeks.
will be closed two days
is treasurer.
Among his most ardent fans is
for Rosh Hashanah and
ex-President Harry S. Truman,
one day for Yom Kippur
A principal reason for the
for whom he performed twice
—the Jewish High Holy
spiritual prosperity of the syna-
at Mr. Truman's request.
Days--beginning this fall,
gogue is the leadership of Rabbi
According to Jack Leiber-
following a decision
Stollman, immediate past ,presi-
man, general chairman of the
reached last week by the
dent of the Misrachi-Hapoel
show, some choice tickets are
Oak Park School Board.
Hamizrachi Organization of Am-
still available by calling the
erica.
In explaining the move,
synagogue office, EL. 6-8210,
Clifton A. Eldridge, as-
Considered one of the nation's
or KE. 8-1700.
sistant superintendent of
outstanding Zionist leaders, he
the Oak Park School Sys-
envisions the synagogue as the
Livonia Hebrew School
tem, said, "We want to
link between Israel and the
stress that school is being
Makes Plans for Fall
American Jewish community.
dismissed not for the
A membership drive in prep-
Rabbi Stollman is a noted
holidays but because of
aration for registration next
scholar, and is the author of
them."
fall is being sponsored by the
four Rabbinic classics, knoWn
Livonia branch of the United
According to Eldridge,
as the Minchas Kitzchok series.
Hebrew Schools.
state law requires 60 per-
During his tenure with Mish-
cent . attendance before a
Classes include conversation-
kan Israel, Rabbi Stollman also
al Hebrew, games and plays for
school day is considered
was instrumental in building
six and seven year olds; and
"in session." On the High
the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah;
Hebrew religion, activities, mu-
Holidays, he indicated
in organizing the Council of
sic and Bar Mitzvah prepara-
there was only 18 to 20
Orthodox Rabbis, which he
tion for children of 71/2 years
percent attendance.
served as chairman for many
and older. For additional in-
Eldridge also said ad-
years; in counselling and offer-
formation, call Rae Cohen, GR
ministrative problems also
ing rabbinic guidance to Young
6-0875.
were involved in the
Israel in its formative years.
school closings. On the
Since its establishment in
holidays last year, he
Oak Park, the congregation
indicated that there were
COME TO CAMP SHOMRIA
has flourished. It has organ-
no teachers at the Ein-
ized daily services, a Talmud
WILDERNESS STATE PARK
stein School and very
study group and has organ-
few at the others.
• Modern Facilities • All Sports
ized
religious school classes
• Lifeguard Supervision on
for youngsters in cooperation
Beautiful Sand Beach
with the Hebrew Academy of
Michigan State Professor
• Unique Hebrew and Israeli
the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Program
Gets Research Fellowship
At the Golden Jubilee Dinner,
• Folk Dancing and Flute
Mordechai E. Kreinin, Michi-
Rabbi Samuel S. Stollman, son
Instruction
gan State University professor
of Mishkan Israel's leader and
of economics, received a faculty
JULY 3-31
AGES 11 17 fellowship for research on the himself the rabbi of Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim in Windsor,
effect of tariff changes on im- will be the guest speaker. Can-
CALL: UN 1-5299
port prices.
tor Saul Shenker, also of the
Windsor congregation, will be
guest artist.
Serving on the banquet com-
mittee are Lou Hammes, Phillip
18450 WYOMING AVENUE
Stollman, Isadore Sosnick, Jacob
Proudly Invites the Entire
Bockow, N. Lepofsky, J. Gold-
stein and A. Frankel. The en-
Jewish Community To A
tire community has been in-
vited to join in the festivities.

-

Congregation Beth Joseph

SIYUM HATORAH,eeeeAdeb
SUNDAY JUNE12 1 ! p4:
tr

...

On the occasion honoring our pres-

ident Mr. Hyman Karp and wife Miriam

Bestowing honorary Life Presidency on
our Congregation

PROCESSION WILL BEGIN 2 P.M.

From The Home of
MR. AND MRS. HYMAN KARP

18518 WOODINGHAM DRIVE

H. Karp

Distinguished Rabbis, Cantors, Mickey Woolf and
His Orchestra, will participate for a true spiritual
delight.

Torah Presented by:
Congregation Beth Joseph, Sisterhood of Con-
gregation, and Rizhiner Progressive Verein.

Young Israel Opens
Fall School Registration

Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods has set the period from
May 29 to June 12 for spring
registration in its Hebrew,
Sunday and nursery schools.
. Sunday school starts at the
kindergarten level for five-year-
olds, and serves as a prepara-
tion for later Hebrew school
studies, which begins at the age
of seven and continues through
post-Bar Mitzvah studies.
The nursery school accepts
three-year-olds for morning ses-
sions and four-year-olds for the
afternoon sessions, announces
Rabbi Yaakov I. Homnick, prin-
cipal. For information, call the

synogogue office, LI 6-6662.

T emple Emanu-El Slates In auguration Dinner - Dance

The annual inauguration din-
ner-dance of Temple Emanu-El,
Oak Park, will be held June 4,
in the temple. A Parisian cafe
motif is being planned by the

committee, according to Her-
bert Ressler, over-all chairman.
Following hors d'oeuvres and
a buffet supper, there will be
entertainment and dancing to
the Djerkiss' Orchestra. For res-
ervations, call Mr. and Mrs. Lou

Beth Shalom Men's Club
Schedules Bowling Banquet Kronen, LI. 5-3706.

The Men's Club of Cong.
Beth Shalom will hold its an-
nual bowling banquet at 6:30
p.m., Sunday, in the synagogue
social hall. There wil be music
for dancing by Dick Stein and
his orchestra, and entertain-
ment is planned.

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