The Suburban Community
Bnai Moshe Dedication This Week-End
This entire week-end has been set aside by Con-
gregation Bnai Moshe for the dedication of the new
synagogue on Ten Mile at Kenosha.
Harry J. Gunsberg is chairman of the dedication
program which commences tonight with a special Sab-
bath Eve service.
• Abe Kasle, honorary president of the United He-
brew Schools, will speak at Sabbath morning services.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will deliver the dedication
The principal speaker at the dedication banquet,
Sunday evening, will be U. S. Senator Philip Hart:
Rabbi Morris Adler and Mayor R. J. Alexander of
Oak Park will address the consecration program Sunday
Julius Rotenbergs Honored with
Plaque from Rabbinical Council
Left to right: Phillip Stollman, Rabbi Emanuel Marcus, Rabbi
Z. I. Meltzer, Julius and Alice Rotenberg and Rabbi Hayim Donin.
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At a special program held in-
Five Scholars Awarded the Rotenberg Hall • of Congrega-
`Rabbi Kook' Prizes for tion Bnai David, the Rabbinical
Council of America presented a
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Five specially-designed plaque of ap-
"Rabbi Kook" prizes for religious preciation to Mr. and Mrs. Julius
literature, awarded in memory of Rotenberg for the dedicated in-
the late Chief Rabbi Abraham terest they had shown in the
Kook, who died 25 years ago, Council's unique educational
were presented by the Tel Aviv project in Israel, Yeshivath
Municipality at ceremonies at Hadarom-Boy's Town of Rehovot.
Last spring, the library building
ZOA House here.
The winners are Rabbi Abra- was dedicated in their honor in
ham Neumark, Rabbi Zvi Sha- recognition of their support.
Speaking on behalf of the Rab-
piro, Prof. Shmuel Mirsky of
Yeshiva University, New York, binical Council was Rabbi Eman-
Yehuda Gist and Jerusalem's uel Marcus, national chairman of
Chief Ashkenazic Rabbi Pessah Yeshivath Hadarom committee.
Frank. Deputy Mayor Abraham The presentation was made by
Boyar presided at the ceremo- Rabbi Zvi Yehudah Meltzer, Dean
of the School and the moving
spirit behind its entire program.
Meltzer is Chief Justice of
Rio de Janeiro Council Rabbi
the Southern District Court of
Lauds Jewish Paper
RIO DE JANEIRO, (JTA) —
Almost 250 friends and asso-
A resolution lauding the con- ciates of the Rotenbergs came to
tributions to Brazilian life by do him honor, many responding
the Yiddish newspaper, "Yid- to Rotenberg's request towards
dishe Presse," was ado by the end of the evening for assist-
the Rio de Janeiro
nce in helping to provide the
cil. The newspa
ys Town with a swimming pool
recreation area. Close to
aised the n
00 was guaranteed by those
ong the immig
wo checks of $1,000 were
led in by two out-of-town
s with whom Rotenberg, of
tion, in P tugt
e General Mill Supply Co., has
een doing business for 40 years.
One, from the River Raisin Paper
Co., was accompanied by a letter
f of praise for Rotenberg from its
s in Brazi
president, Arthur Goetz. The
other was anonymous.
Others who participated in the
d up your program were Rabbi Hayim
Donin, of Bnai David, a member
of the R.C.A. executive, and
Phillip Stollman. Cantor Hyman
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Hayim Greenberg School
Invites Kids to Movies
The Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish School . (formerly
United Jewish Folk School) in-
children of the North-
and Oak Park areas (ages
5-9) to a free movie party 1:30
p.m. Saturday in the Morris L.
S c h a v ef Auditorium, 19161
Each may bring a brother,
sister or friend. The program
will include cartoons, comics
and many other surprises.
Many people will have no
future because they believe that
the future is tomorrow.
Bnai David Limits Seats for High Holy Days
The Board of Trustees of
Cong. Bnai David has voted
unanimously to limit seating on
the High Holy Days to syna-
gogue members and their im-
mediate families, it was an-
nounced by Melville J. Rich-
A statement re-affirming their
traditional position with respect
to so-called "mushroom" syna-
gogues, or temporary places. of
High Holy Day worship, was
released by Rabbi Isaac Stoll-
man, president of the Coun
of Orthodox Rabbis, and
Stanley J. Winkelman,
dent-, and Dr. Samuel
vice-president and chai
the internal relations
tee, of the Jewish Co
The two organiztion
tering their common c
for the dignity of Jewish living,
joined in this statement to the
"Jewish High Holiday worship-
pers are urged to patronize the
established synagogues of t
choice and not to s upp
of the temporary pla
in social halls or
for private gai n.
almost like m rooms in
fronts, base nts, plac
public acco dation su
tions prior to
i m, tend to
dignity and integrity of Jewish
"Frequently the randomly se-
lected place which has not been
a center of worship previously,
lacks the dignity and decorum
marking Jewish houses of wor-
ship. Not only are these un-
seemly manifestations harmful
to the pride and self-esteem of
the Jewish community; but
many times the non-Jewish com-
munity in the area, „exposed
this kind of priv, ope
man, congregation president.
The move was made neces-
sary by the increasing member-
ship of the synagogue. Melville
said the remaining available
seats are being reserved for .
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pted daily at the office.
ormation call LI 1-9769 - LI 2-4444
. Zeff, Meyer Terebelo, Vice Pres.
eo Y. Goldman, Rabbi
GATION SUNDAY SCHOOL
lete program of Jewish studies
garten thru Consecration.
nd Qualified Staff
he United Hebrew School building,
ser and Seven Mile Rd.
unday, September 11, 10 a.m. to
at the UHS Bldg., Bentler at 7 Mile
KE 5-4470 or KE 1-6038
YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF OAK-WOODS
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
nd Prelim ary Assembly
Y, 10:30 A.M.
LIDGE, Oak Park
Y BEGINS MONDAY
• rica will
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World Jewish Congress, to be
convened here Saturday and
ormation about the Religious education
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us, Detroit's newest reform congreg
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