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September 02, 1960 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fr iday, September 2, 1960 — 12



Sen. Hart, •0.P. Mayor, Adler,
Kasle Address Bnai Moshe Events

U. S. Senator Philip A. Hart
will be joined by Mayor R. J.
Alexander of Oak Park, Rabbi
Morris Adler and Abe Kasle
in conveying the community's
greetings to Congregation Bnai
Moshe during the dedication
events for _the new Synagogue
in Oak Park, Sept. 9, 10 and 11.
Located east of Greenfield on
Ten Mile Road at Kenosha, the

Of Matters
Suburban

new building is modern and
functional in design and is air-
conditioned throughout. Cost-
ing nearly $1,000,000, the sanc-
tuary will seat 1,600.
Harry J. Gunsberg, chairman
of the dedication program, an-
nounced that at a late Friday
evening service, Sept. 9, Abe
Kasle will speak on "The Syna-
gogue, the School and the
Home." Rabbi Moses Lehrman
will deliver the dedicatory ser-
mon. Cantor Louis Klein and
the Bnai Moshe Choir will chant
the liturgy. There will be a
special Sabbath morning service.
On Sunday, at 11 a.m., Mayor
Alexander will officially wel-
come the congregation and
Rabbi Adler will deliver the
principal consecration address.
Senator Hart will address the
congregation at the banquet,

.Mrs. Cohn, Zemmol
Head Democrat Drive

Joyce Cohn, 25580 Dundee,
Royal Oak, has been appointed
1960 Dollars for Democrats
drive chairman for Oakland
County and attorney Allen Zem-
mol, 15361 Joan, Oak Park, ap-
pointed chairman of the Oak-
land County Congressional Din-
ner, it was announced by the
party's county chairm. es
M. Ginn.
The drive t
conducted f
Sept. 19.

Dep
Na d at th

Sunday, Sept. 11. Harry Siegel
and his trio will furnish the
Musical entertainment.
All auxiliary groups will join
in an evening of dancing to
the music of Sheldon Rott's
orchestra, Saturday.
_ The Harry. Rosman Social Hall
will be dedicated Friday, the
School Building and Helen and
Isaac Liebson Library Saturday
and the entire sanctuary on Sun-
day.

Dr. L. H. Silberman
Beth El Guest Rabb'

Religious Schools Now Accepting Registrations for Fall Semester

Innovations in facilities and
programs are announced by the
four branches of the Beth Yehu-
dah Schools, Shaarey Shomayim
of Oak Park and Evergreen Jew-
ish Cong. Sunday School, all of
which announce registration for
the fall semester.
Beth Yehudah Schools, locat-
ed on Dexter, in Livonia, North-
west Detroit nd Oak Park, will
offer in its afternoon school
division, intensive • tradi-
ucation
tional Jewis
e from nu
young
west
throw)* college age. ►
bra• , presently hol• ing part
is classes at the Fitzgerald
0
hool, Puritan and Greenlawn,
will transfer all classes into the
building of Yo g Israel of
Northwest Detr as oon
the construction
ill
completed. New o
provided at th
ra
brew Academy
ong.
sh
jointly with
ai
at the
Israel and
Mile
Israel Torah ter,
here is
and Kipling. Emp
h the 4th
on nursery t •
er branch will
e. T
all-day program of
general studies.
Hebre
rovided to
portatio
T
d from a urth-
er infor ion and on
paren may call WE 1-0203 'r
co o the main school offic
12 5 Dexter at Sturtevant.
Evergreen Jewi h
Evergre
will offe
of Jewi

day school for children from
pre-kindergarten age through
consecration, according to staff
director Rabbi Hyman Agress.
Classes will be held at the
United Hebrew Schools Borman
branch, Bentler and Seven
Mile. Registration will be held
Sunday at the synagogue and
Sept. 11 at the Borman build-
ing. For further information,
call KE 5-4470 or KE 1-6038.

SEPT

Affiliated with Yeshiva Beth Yehudah)

Ann

nces that Hebrew School Registrations for
ginners and Advanced Students Are Now
Being Accepted.

ansportation from Public Schools and to home.
Public Schools in Oak Park, Southfield and North-
west Detroit are serviced by Torah Center.

FOR REGISTRATION & INFORMATION:

LI 8-3554 or WE 1-0203

BNAI ISRAEL TORAH (ENTER

Announces that

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Will Be Held at

THE JEWISH CENTER

15110 W. 10 MILE ROAD

RABBI ISRAEL FLAM

Will Officiate at Services

Tickets may be purchased at: 15400 W. 10 MILE ROAD

For information and reservations: LI 8 3554

-

HEBREW ACADEMY
OAK PARK

For Parents Who Seek the Best

1,4r Accredited English Staff
por Modern Hebrew Program
fr.' Small Classes
1/ Special Tutoring
vr Door to Door Transportation
1.0 Nursery Through Grade 4

Registration Now Open For Fall Term. Information:

LI. 8-3554

for New Year
eting Coupon



CONGR

r = an Temple of Grea
Milton Rosenbaum, Rab b

The S

2 thru 11

subur s are invited
nd
n, an to participate
reg
social enri ment.

Unaffili ed residents of Gr
to worship wit us Detroit's ewe
in a continuin program of spi

,

H
EVERGREEN J
CONGREGATION SUN Y SCHOOL Ai

A complete program o f ewish studi
Consecrati
from Pre-Kindergarten th

Experienced and Qu ified Sta

RABBI HYMAN AGRES

1

irector

Classes will be held at the United Hebr
near Lahser and Seven Mile

For information call

chool bui

KE 5-4470 or KE 1-6038

lawn, Oak Park, will hold daily
nursery classes and Sunday
school for youngsters, besides
regular school sessions in He-
brew, Bible, history and holi-
days. To be introduced also
is an intensive Jewish education
program for adults. For infor-
mation, call LI 1-9769 or LI
2-4444.

NAI ISRAEL TORAH CENTER

Rabbi Lou H. Silberma
Hillel Professor of Jew
Literature at Vanderbilt
versity, Nashville, Tenn.,
ill
est
be the
m-
rabbi of
at
pie Beth
the su
e-
mentary
h
Holy Day s.
ices in t
Brown Mem •
rial Chapel.
Dr. Silber-
man was or-
dained at He-
Dr. Silberman brew U n i 0
College in 1941 and recei
his Doctor. of Hebrew Le • rs
ion
degree from Hebrew
College in 1943. He was mem-
ber of the faculty of ebrew
Union College from 941 to-
Dallas,
1943, served as rabbi
b., 1945
Tex., and Omaha,
on the
and 1952, and has b
faculty of Vanderbi Univer- Talmu'1 Completio
sity since 1952. He is e author
of numerous article in the Will Be Celebra
field of theology.
With `Melave alke'
es in
High Holy Day se
the Talmud
Those studen
iple
the main sanctuary of
over, who study
the
Jewish
by
Beth El will be conduct
r ," the daily leaf of
"DAF
Dr. Richard C. Hertz and R
a ud each day of the
Harold D. Hahn.
week, will have completed the
entire Talmud on Monday.
Young Israel, Shaarey
That event, which takes place
once in seven years, will be cele-
Shomayim Arranging
Malice,"
brated w
Holy Day Schedule
. sh-
8:30 . ., Sept. 10, at
Young Israel of Detroit, 12521
srael Synagogue, 1411. W.
Dexter, announces that tickets
e Mile Rd., Oak Park.
for the High Holidays are av
The Vaad Harabonim of D
le from 7 to 9 p.m. daily
troit, Council of Orthodox Rabbi
a.m. to noon Sunday the is sponsoring this unique Tor
ce. For further infor tion, gathering. Pro
TE 4-4145.
of the De it r
Cong. of local Y shi
bbi Leo Goldman
k Park in the p gra
rey Shomayim of
The e e Jew comm ty
unces that admi ion for
oly Day is invite to icipate this
members for the
ices must be arr ged in manifesta on for tradif • al Ju-
e office of the syn ogue at daism to parta of the
will fol-
Park. "Suddas tzvah" w •
4200 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
-9769, low the program
For information, call L
or LI 2-4444.

L nard Servett
tio director if

Sh m Reli: u
an need t
the •llowin t
dep ent he
Mr etty We
• and
ent-
school;
ary Sunda es; Zvi Servicemen's Calen
Wegener, Hebrew school, and
The 1960-61 edition of the of-
Frank Leiderman, Hebrew ficial "Jewish Calendar for Mem-
school.
bers of the Armed Forces", con-
taining vital information of re-
ligion, cultural and recreational
JO DAYS OF FUN
value to American Jewish mili-
tary personnel, has just been is-
sued by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, its publisher.
St 411
The 192-page, pocket-size cal-
endar for the Jewish New Year
5721, which has served as a han-
dy little Baedeker-directory for
AFAIR servicemen
in three wars of the
U.S., will be distributed by Jew-
ish chaplains at New Year serv-
ices to be held u e -r JWB aus-
pices at 660 itary s •ins in
DETROIT
ds.
in 72 overseas
the U.S. a

Shaarey Shomayim S y n
gogue, Ten Mile Rd. at Clover-

Relegi us school class
. Max Rosenbe
direction of
includes kinder
tional progra
, week-day H
tion at grade
preparation.

:chers under the
ro essional
r 10. Our educa-
t Satu day, Septe
des, with Confirma-
hrough twelfth
zvah and Bas. Mitzvah
lasses, Bar

Membership Committee
lling or writing t

be contacted
Temple office.

N EMANU-EL

14450 WEST TEN MILE ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
Lincoln 7-5015

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