Mo'os Hitim Organization Elects
Shulman President for Third Time
Harry M. Shulman liPs been re- man, Walter R. Naftaly, Douglas
elected for a third term as pres- Purther, Julia f - ling, Joseph Rot-
ident of the
tenberg, Harry M. Shulman,
- Mo'os Hi tim
Charles li. Smith, David A.
Weiss, Harry Willens and John
Detroit, t h e
only . local
The Rabbinical Advisory
Board consists of Rabbis Morris
raises funds to
Adler, Milton Arm, Hyman Do-
nin, Leon Frain, Avrahom Freed-
man, Leon F. Goldman, Benja-
lies and indi-
min Gorrelick, Irwin Groner,
viduals for the
Solomon H. Gruskin, Israel Hal-
pern, Mordecai Halpern, Richard
Hertz, Moses Lehrman, J. J.
Litke, Samuel Prero, Milton
cers are Mrs.
Rosenbaum, Jacob Segal, Joshua
Joseph Fisher :
S. Sperka, Isaac Stollman, - M.
Robert Syme, and S. P. Wohlge-
and Baer Kei-
clan, vice pres- Shulman
The organization also provides
idents; Abe Katzman, treasurer Passover meals to needy patients
and vice president; Mrs. Tubie in hospitals and institutions in
Resnik and Mrs. Joseph M. Mar- the Detroit area. The Mo'os
kel, secretaries. Hitim Organization of Detroit
The following, according to served some 2,500 persons in
Mrs. Abe Katzman, chairman of 1960.
the nominating committee, are
members of the board of direc-
Louis Berry, Morris Dorn, Max
• • •
H. Goldsmith, Morris Gould, Ed-
ward Robinson, Dr. Joseph Rot-
tenberg, Abraham Satovsky, Jo-
seph Shekter, Simon Shapiro,
Lee M. Shulman, Harold Silver, , Future needs to strengthen
David Zack and Mesdames the Zionist movement and the
Samuel Dorn, Reuben Allender; responsibility of drawing in the
Hyman Altman, Andrew A. Blau, youth into activities for Zion-
Paul Deutch, Morris Dorn, Paul ism were emphasized at a meet-
Freeman, Aaron Friedman. Sam- ing of the Zionist Council, held
Abe Goldman, Jack Greenberg, jointly with the -Jewish Commu-
Abe Katzman, Baer Keidan, Max nity Council, at the Jewish Cen-
Kogan, Same Leve, John Moss- ter , Monday evening.
Reports were submitted to
the more than 400 people in
Cong. Beth Moses
attendance on the 25th World
Zionist Congress by three dele-
gates to the Congress, held in
Class, Merger Event Jerusalem— Mrs. Jerome
Cong. Beth Moses, formerly Hauser, Hadassah; Philip Slom-
Evergreen Jewish Congrega- ovitz, Zionist Organization of
tion, 19160 Evergreen, is in- America, and Abraham Ber-
augurating an adult Sunday. niker, of Windsor, Hashomer
breakfast program, the first Hatzair.
Rabbi Issac Stollmari, Miz-
meeting to be held 9:30 a.m.
this Sunday, in the synagogue, rachi. who also was scheduled
and weekly thereafter. The pro- to address th
and will not
gram will include prayers and mained
a lecture on "Jewish Morals be ba
and Ethics" by Rabbi Hym
The Youth Tanis an
fillin Post at Beth halom
Club will join the
for breakfast folio
g its own
tional director of Cong. Beth
dult education Shalom Religious School in Oak
held 8:15 D m Park since 1957, ha
starting Jan. 23. his resignation,
end of the cur
de advance He- erve
9 p.m., syna ogt,
to 9:30, and lib
do orate work
te University ii
Regist ion will be Id 8
p.m. M ay and a soci hour
ume additional r: .onsibili-
will fo v classes. Fo infor ies in the Livonia P Schools.
mation, 11 the synago e of-
Dr. Leon Luc- of the Beth
ted is a celebration is currentl
ger of the two con- tions fro
ualified personnel to
nd a dedication of fill S
etter's post. For infor-
two Sefe Torahs donated to ma
, call Dr. Lucas at LI
the eongre ion, for the week-
end of Feb.
At late Fria services.
3, Mrs. Gussie
and Beth Aaron Youth
the Freedland family will be Hold Annual Service
honored as donors of the Sifrei
Beth Aaron Synagogue Junior
Torah, while Mr. and Mrs. Jer-
Senior U.S.Y. groups will
ome Kohn and Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Feldman will be cited as hold their annual joint service,
featuring a script, "Architects of
Faith" by Rabbi Benjamin H.
On Feb., 5, ceremonies will Gorrelick, 8:30 p.m. Jan. 27.
start 1 p.m. with a caravan from
Joel Moss will serve as rabbi
Mrs. Kushner's, home on Patton and Jerry Rose and Marshall
Ave. to the synagogue. A color Korby will be cantors. A social.
guard presentation of a per- hour will follow, according to
manent American flag will be Tzvi Berkal, youth director. The
held by the Block-Rose Post, public is invited.
Jewish War Veterans. The
Men's Club will present an Is-
The Torah Dedication Cere- Launches Fund Drive
mony, commencing 2 p.m., with to Complete Sanctuary
a guest speaker, cantor and
Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim has
choir, and the inscription and launched a yearbook campaign
completion of the Torahs, will to raise funds for the t completion
conclude the afternoon.
of its sanctuary, announces Fred
A dance and social will be Hopfeld, chairman. Campaign co-
held that evening in the social chairmen include lklenashe Haar,
hall, Siefer - Wells Orchestra Ludwig Leserman and Oscar Moss.
providing the music. There will Ferdinand Kasstan is treasurer.
be no charge. The community is
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Yiddish Helps Chaplain Bnai Moshe Affiliates Set Games 'Night
Score in Army Tests
Yiddish was the language used to Remember,' Israeli Folk Dance Lesson
by Shimon Paskow, Jewish chap-
"A Night To Remember" is I teaches at the high school and
lain at Ft. Carson, Colorado, when the theme of a special evening Midrasha. Interested couples
he scored the highest of anyone of games, entertainment and may attend.
ever tested at the Carson Adju-
tant General Testing Center, it prizes scheduled by the Men's
was reported by the Commission Club of Cong. Bnai Moshe 8
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the Na- p.m. Saturday in the synagogue
tional Jewish Welfare Board at social hall.
the opening of the three-day an-
Karl Greenberg, Leonard
nual training conference for full-
time Jewish military chaplains on Greenbaum and Erwin Kepes,
duty in the United States, in are on the program committee.
Prizes donated by merchants
Lakewood, N.J. .
Chaplain Paskow, of Newark, and members of the club will
N.J., scored 54 of 60 points in be awarded.
Fried, president, an-
vocal and 51 of 60 in reading
e l I nounce
the tests given to all per
arced at the c oregation
at Fort Carson who
ter thari office or by calling tick chair=
English. The test
termine the man Leonard Greenbau
degree of profi
cy. Languages 8-6284.
tested at Cars now range from
Proceeds will go toward up-
p t of the ,11, en's
In additi to English and Yid- p g
dish, Chap Paskow also has
a fine coi and of Hebrew which
he teach in a special class for
at Ft. Carson. Amoi
for the anuary
the stud is in his class- are t
meeting of the
girls from Color
ib, 8:30 p.m.
Springs ► o are planning to visit Married Couple
ome of Mr. and
Israel. a, plain Pqskow was at Monday, at
rt Reinstein, 14540
one time teaching fellow on the
ak - Park. •
faculty of ebrew Union College-
Club president Eliot J. Raskin
te of Relics'
announces Joel Roth, 14401 Oak
Park Blvd., demonstrate
Keeping the home homelike a number of simple -Israeli folk
puts truth in he expression, dances. Roth is a United He-
10010 W. Seven Mile Rd.
"There's no place like home."
brew Schools instructor who
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