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February 03, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 3, 1961 — 12

Community Lauds C. B. Sherman,
Author of Book on Jews in U.S.

`Yankee in Negev'
to Be Presented by
Adas Shalom Youth

Father Kern Given AJCongress
Amity Award; Cite Late Mr. Joffe

Richard Cross, chairman of
Detroit leaders of all races
and faiths joined in tribute to the Commission on Community
Father Clement H. Kern, recipi- Relations, delivered the "unani-
ent of the 14th annual Amity mous verdict" of the Board
Award of the American Jewish of Judges, headed. by the Rt.
Congress Women's Division, Rev. Richard S. Emrich, Bishop
Wednesday at Holiday Manor. of the Episcopal Dioecese, and
The honor recognizes out- including Cross, William Cohen,
standing contributions in the Judge Wade McCree, Jr., Mrs.
Bert Ruby and Mrs. Frank
field of community relations.
A posthumous citation was Schaden.
Co-ordinator was Norman
awarded to the late Boris M.
Joffe, director of the Jewish Peristein, AJC Regional Direc-
Community Council of Metro- tor; and Dr. Fram and Walter
politan Detroit for more than Klein, Executive Director of the
Jewish Community Council
ten years.
Kern, who was not present served as advisers.
at the luncheon because of a
study tour he is taking through
Honor Rabbi Arm
Latin America, is parish priest
The
Women's Institute of
of the Church of the Most Holy Cong. Ahavas
Achim will spon-
Trinity. In this position he has sor today's Friday
night service
come to be known can
onor of Rabbi Milton Arm,.
Sherman,
Morris
L.
Schaver
and
to
right:
C.
Bezalel
Left
of "Corktown
All registered mem-
nguage 8:31 ..m.
Dr. Harold Basilius.
-
"courses" in
*
*
*
enship are bers Women's Institute, syn-
and Amer
agogu. embers and their fam-
erprivile
taught-
More than 250 persons at-
invited to attend.
ilies
ng
i
mm
i
g
Spanis
tended the community-wide tri-
d ,°..w ;yes. dents.
and
bute to author C. Bezalel Sher-
cepted
man, Friday at the Hayim
omas
onsgr
f Kern
Greenberg Center, sponsored by
d by Dr. Leon
, was pr
the Wayne State University
DR. ABRAM KANOF, Brook-
am, spin al eader of Te 1 1
Press, the Morris L. Schaver
le Israel td onorary p
A Convalescent Horne
Foundation and the Labor Zion- lyn physician and historian, has
of Rare Beauty and Distinction
been named program chairman
1,
ent of the Michigan
ist Movement.
s.
merican J; *sh Co
Sherman is the author of the for the annual meeting of the
ALLEN PARK
• personal
Both told of
recently-published "The Jew in American Jewish Historical So-
ciety
which
will
convene
Feb.
.
the
"generous
enc
American Society—A- Study in
18-19 at the Jewish Museum,
but • priest recognized
Ethnic Individuality."
Fifth Ave. at 92nd St., New
by the Congress "because, like
The book was published by York. The meeting • will be
our revered founder, Rabbi
the WSU Press with the finan- keyed to the Civil War cen- Building Hebrew
24 Hour Nursing Service
Stephen S. Wise, he has asked,
cial help of the Morris and tennial observance now under
`not charity, but justice' for the
Academy
in
Miami
Emma S c h a v er Publication way nationally.
BRAND NEW
Groundbreaking f o r Miami unchampioned in our communi-
Fund for Jewish Studies.
* * *
LATEST
EQUIPMENT
ty."
New president of the Michi- Beach's new million-dollar He-
Dr. Harold A. Basilius, direc-
William T. Gossett, 1955 Am-
MODERATE
PRICES
brew
Academy
last
Sunday,
sig-
gan
Press
As-
tor of the WSU Press, pre-
sociation is nalled the successful conclusion ity Award winner, in making
A serene nursing home
sented the first copy of the
the
Citation
presentation
to
Dale Stafford, of months of cooperative effort
amidst beautiful surround.
book to Morris Schaver at last
ings where the care and
publisher o f on the part of two prominent Mrs. Joffe, pointed out her hus-
week's event.
band's
"deep
convictions
for
comfort
of the 'convalescent
architects,
Morris
Lapidus
of
the
the
Greenville
freedom, charity and equal
A panel discussion of the
or aged is our first
New
York
and
Miami
based
firm
Daily
News.
book was held by Basilius, Dr.
consideration.
Stafford, who of Morris Lapidus, Harle & Lieb- rights for all", and stated that
Norman Drachler, • of the De-
Permanent or transient
"Service was the motivating
man,
who
designed
the
building,
was
elected
at
private • semi-private
troit Board of Education and
MPA's annual and James Garland, of Miami's forte for his actions."
rooms • wards
Dr. Leonard Moss of Wayne
Both
Kern
and
Joffe
were
meeting Jan. Connell, Pierce, Garland and
State University.
awarded
Workmen's
Circle
cita-
28 at Kellogg Friedman, who planned it. Abbott
9150 ALLEN RD. (Cor. Wick)
Arranging the event were Ir-
Center, East Harle of the Lapidus organization tions in 1954.
IN THE CITY OF ALLEN PARK
ving Pokempner,. chairman of
Mrs. Dan Shapiro, president
Lansing, is a is partner in charge of the proj-
•FOR INFORMATION
the administrative committee of
of the Detroit Women's Divi-
former in a n- ect.
the Labor Zionist Movement;
sion,
extended
greetings
to
the
aging editor
The Hebrew Academy, estab-
Call DU 6-2150
Joseph Edelman, director of In-
of the Detroit lished just 13 years ago as a one- guests, and Mrs. Joseph Green-
I
ternal Relations and Culture of
EXT. 202
berg,
Amity
Award
chairman,
Free Press room school with only six first
the Jewish Community Council;
and is also grade pupils, has grown until to- conducted the program.
Emanuel Mark, director of the
president-elect day - it is the only day school in
Lab or Zionist Institute; and
of the Inland the Southeast which prow
Domonic Salvatore of WSU
Daily Press complete bi - lin
Press.
m nursery
Association.
program r
Stafford
* * *
gh school level.
through
For a Deal
er its roster of 500
Three Rabbis Look RABBI YAAKOV I. HOM- It wi
NICK, spiritual leader of the st
Better
than before
a unique, diversified
at 'Faces of Judaism' Young Israel Center of Oak- r• um wit emphasis on fine
see or call me
Woods, will join a delegation of
and as
sic, era
speech,
Before Young Adults the National Council of Youn bizlingual
pro
personally
The Young Adult Group of Israel at the Young Israel Mi ject.
at
Temple Beth El will hold a western Conference in St. Lo
* * *
meeting 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Mosco C of Rabbi
Litho-Tronic Company of
SHORE
Temple, Woodward and Glad-
Clair Shores, Michigan's la
stone.
Kelley

d
of
Duties
CHEVROLET
A panel discussion, "The est lithographic compositio
organization,
announces
the
ap-
can
of
12240
Jos. Campau
Three Faces of Judaism," will
ype Wire
include participants Rabbi pointment of GARY L. LICHT-
to
The
Jewish
News)
Res. U. 5-5860
sales manager.
TW. -0600
Red- 'Stotsky
Israel I. Halpern of Cong. Beth MAN as general
LONDON — Moscow's Chief
* * *
Abraham, Rabbi Milton Arm of
MRS. AGNES E. MEYER, Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levine, who
Cong. Ahavas Achim, and Rabbi publisher of the Washington has also been Dean of the Yeshiva
Harold D. Hahn of Temple Beth Post and Times Herald, will be conducted for a small number of
El, representing the orthodox, guest of honor at the mid- Jewish theological students at the
conservative, and reform trends winter "Roll Call" conference Moscow Synagogue, has been re-
in Judaism.
of the National Committee for lieved of his duties as administra-
Refreshments will be served. Labor Israel which will be held tive head of the Yeshiva, accord-
Franklin Mortgage Corporation is making more mortgages
_ Non-members are invited.
Feb. 12, in the Grand Ballroom ing to a dispatch from Moscow,
available for home builders and buyers. Our company is now
of the • Hotel Commodore in received here Wednesday.
three years old. Our key men have more than a Century of
The Soviet report on the
combined experience in home financing.
New York.
Honor Sandro Rebe
close to $50 million in F.H.A. and
change stated that the shift was
We are
at Donor Luncheon
re than $1 million a month in
"routine
action."
It
a
only
G.1.
to
Rabbi Herman Deutsch, the Cong. Bnai Moshe
apparently alters in some way
Sandro Rebe, spiritual leader of USY Day Installation the structure of the Mosco
ESTATE and
Cong. Khal Charedim, and his
New officers and board mem- Jewish community. The dis
ROKERS
family will be honored at the bers will be installed at the made it clear that Rab •
fourth annual donor luncheon Junior United Synagogue Youth will stay on as Chief
nselors serve you.
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Day Saturday at Cong. Bnai
our key men:
Beth Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming. Moshe in Oak Park.
Years of
Temple
Isr
The rabbi is completing his
They include Joel Welber,
Experience
Courses
fourth year of residence in the president; H a r old Friedman,
Walter L. Zygmunt, Ass't
The 1961
Secretary-Treasurer __ 11
community.
vice president; Ronnie Sussman,
Pr
Gerald J. Poduk, Mgr.,
Cards for the luncheon may secretary; Faye Wrubel, treas- Classes ope
H.
RiE
8
Application Dept.
be obtained by calling WE urer; and board members Tom- Monday.
Vice Preside
Meyer Yolles,
e
a
wi
Fram
Dr.
Le
Robert
J.
Cerwin,
3-3830 and WE 4-3998:
my Lowe, Toby Steinberger,
14
Assistant Treasurer
7
enesis.
Secretory-Treasur
he Book
Robert Roth, Annabelle Green- course o
Keith Wilhelm,
A.
H
Donald
1
teach
bert
Sym
Rabbi M.
IBM Dept. Manager __
Loan Fund for Students baum and Sheldon Kohn. Advis- the
15
Service Ma
Deuteronomy. Rabbi
Book
Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL ers are Joel Roth and Mrs. Sam-
o give a course in
Syme will
KATZ, of New York, have es- uel Rosenthal.
brew.
Junior Congregation officers Introductor
tablished a $10,000 loan fund
to 9a
Classes are
for needy students at the Tech- are Harold Friedman, president;
915 First National Building • WO 3-4890 • Detroit 26, Mich.
to
10
p.m.
The
gen
Phil
Raskin,
secretary;
and
Joel
nion, Israel Institute of Tech-
invited
to
enroll.
Welber,
gaba.
&
nology.

People ..
Make News

The Adas Shalom Youth will
present its traditional annual
Hebrew production 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 18 in the social hall of the
synagogue.
The presentation this • year,
"Ha Yanke Ba Negev" (The
Yankee in the Negev) will be
under the direction of Shimon
Gewirtz, youth music coordin-
ator. This is the first showing
in Detroit of this orginial He-
brew production written by
Feinstein and Moskowitz, which
was first produced off-Broad-
way in 1955.
It is a musical comedy about
an American who wins a free
trip to Israel. Chaim Pickle is
a Texas Jew, but by no means
a Hebrew scholar,, and a most
illogical person to "have won the
trip to Israel. '
The first act covers his ar-
rival, the second act a revue in
Tel Aviv where he meets and
falls in love with the star of
the revue, as well as the Negev.
Many humorous situations arise
and the songs used are parodies
of well-known American tunes.
The play, sponsored by the
Adas Shalom Mens Club, is
open to the public at no charge.
Last year's production had an
overflow audience of 1,250.
Those wishing to attend, call
the synagogue office, UN 4-7474
for reservations.•

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