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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, , April 28, 1961 —

Senior Bikur Cholim Society Gives
$1,000 for Yeshivah First-Aid

.

THE LADIES SENIOR Bikur Cholim Society, a service
organization with a 40-year record of caring for the medical
and drug needs of indigent Detroit families and the clinical
needs of Jewish institutions in the U.S. and Israel, have this
week presented Yeshivath Beth Yehudah with a $1,000 gift
to "maintain and supply their first-aid department; subsidize
the annual fluoridation program; and provide instruction in
the first-aid, casualty and emergency arts." Shown above are,
Rabbi Moshe Greenes, Yeshivah director, receiving the contri-
bution from Mrs. Leah Teehner, Society president. Looking on
are Mrs. Gussie Anstandig, secretary, and (right) Mrs. Solai-
Kaplan, past president.

Dan Guyer Vies in National Bible
Contest Sunday in New York

In the final oral examinations
Dan Guyer, a United Hebrew
Schools student, won second Dan won first place; Ahuva,
place in the Regional Bible Con- second; and Stanley, runner-up.
Judges for the oral examina-
test in Cleveland and became
the only Detroiter qualified to tion were Michael Michlin, vet-
participate in the Final National eran UHS teacher and principal
Contest, to be h York of the Beth Abraham branch;
Dr. Naphtali Weisner, UHS
Sunday.
educational consultant and rep-
students
Five
_ resentative of the Natiofial
winner of e preliminary
Bible Contest Committee; and
trict itt examinations. T
Michael Deshe, Israeli poet and
incl ed anley Skupsky, U
exchange teacher on the UHS
Ahu
fir pla ; Guyer, seco
staff, who has been a judge of
t
E lma , Shaarey Z
the Bible Contest held in Israel.
a tying for fo
Detroit winners who partici-
nne
up,
pated in the regional contest
k,
haarey
competed • with winners from
amer,
Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland,
Columbus, Kansas City and Min-
neapolis.
Dan is a graduate of the Beth
Abraham branch of the UHS
and plans to complete his He-
brew studies in the Midrasha
when he graduates from the
High School department. Dan
has attended Hebrew school 2 1/2
years.

ACH

Rabbinical Council
Formed for Hebrew
Academy of Oak Park

Rabbis Oppose Religious School

have somehow overlooked the .
American Jew," Kane said. "I
believe that at least in Amer-
ica, Jews will ultimately sur-
vive as a religious community,
or not at all. When we are
asked what it is that has en-
abled our • people to survive
against all outrageous fortune,
against all obstacles, we know
that it has been our faith. It is
Sandrow alluded to an earlier our highest credential in a non-
section of his talk in which he Jewish world.
had declared his devotion to in-
red
"What a
tensive Jewish educational insti- to as
ar acti
, •sec
tutions, but declared that such the re not d'
y under syn
schools "must be supported by
gue aus, es, are not only
the families who want their chil- ecessary but they, too, are To-
rah, for they were- bor of and
dren trained in them or by Je
are inf or
ish community councils or
our reli
fare Funds or Federations w
a relig
responsibility it is to e
social
a -
the teaching of Torah i
titon of
to
communities."
timely
de-
The opening session also
granting of federal aid as well
dared.
as loans to private and/or an impassioned plea for a d

sectarian elementary and high commitment to religion and
Enjoy the 1961
schools. The separation of ish study from a layman.
FEZ-tivol of FUN!
speaker was Irving Kane, o
Cleveland, who is president of
Re-elect Gunsberg
the Council of Jewish Federa-
ns and Welfare Funds. •
Bnai Moshe Presi
e difficulty with many
Harry J. Gunsberg
sions of the American
formally returned t
presi-
community is that they
dency of Cong.
Moshe at
the Sabbath
ye installation
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as Bnai
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monies honoring
cers.

KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
(JTA)—Support for President
Kennedy's program of federal
aid to public 'schools, and the
elimination from such a pro-
gram of government aid to re-
ligious schools, was urged here
by Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow,
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America.
Sandrow made his statement
at the opening session today of
the annual, five-day convention
of the Assembly, attended by
more than 500 delegates repre-
senting Conservative synagogues
in the United States and Canada.
Pointing out that support of the
President's plan for federal aid
to public schools is needed be-
cause "the public schools are a
btilwark of our democratic sys-
tem," Sandrow declared:
"We should oppose the

church and state has been
the staunchest saf eguard
against the involvement of
any church in government or
of the government in the af-
fairs of any religious institu-
tion. We must attain this
clean cut separation. This
principle in no wise implies
the lack of respect by govern-
ment for religion."

.

Sheridan Glamour & Healthhugg""

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To Hon Beth Aaron
Grads Breakfast

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modest rates. Dream SWIMMING POOL. Rooms
with bath .. Superb Food .. . Planned
Activities—Orchestra (FREE DANCING
Lessons) Midnight snacks, Tennis, Shuffleboard,
Golf, Horse-back Riding, Top Talent
Floor Show, Children's Supervisor.

Forty-s . students who w
graduate om the eighth
of the eth Aaron
School ill be
breakfa for
parents unday mor
synagog social ha
The e t is under the direc-
tion of Drapkin and hi
Men's Club
i mittee. Greeti
will be ex
d by J• ph
Braver, preside
Syna-
gogue; Meyer Millman, president
of the Men's club; and Mrs. Hy-
man Zalenko, president of the
Sisterhood. Rabbi Benjamin H.
Gorrelick will address the gradu-
ates 'and parents; and Dr. Mar-
vin Last, chairman of the educa-
tional committee, will chair the
proceedings.
Featured will be the presenta-
tion of _a JNF tree certificate to
each graduate. The presentation
will be made by Bernard Panush,
school ' director, and Mari'.
Last.

Rabbi Israel Flam, director of
the Hebrew Academy of Oak
Park, announces the formation
of a Rabbinical Council for the
Academy, the only Jewish day
school in Oak Park.
Rabbis of suburban commun-
ity congregations who answered
the call are H. Donin of Bnai
David, I. Flam of Bnai Israel-
Torah Center, I. Stollman of
Mishkan Israel, L. Goldman of
Shaarey Shomayim, J. Sperka of
Young Israel of Greenfield and
Y. Homnick of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.
Though not directly con-
nected with the suburbs, rabbis
in Northwest Detroit who were
invited to share in the activities
of the institution are S. Prero of
You'll love
Northwest Young Israel, I. Hal-
pern of Beth Abraham, L. Le-
vine of Beth Emanuel Tikvah,
S. Flam of Shomrey Emunah and
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE J. Litke of Gemiluth Chassodim.
Beth Moses Nam
The immediate project of the
CHEESE RAVIOLI
nt
council will be to increase the Frank Levy Presi
Hear family, guests, cheer for enrollment of the school. New
s re-
Cong. Beth Moses
d Hy
that real Italian flavor created by registrations are being pro- elected Frank Levy
cessed during the present cam- Kinzer for the offices
presi-
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender paign.
espec-
dent and vice-presiden
little macaroni pies ... fi I led with
tively. Also elected w e Max
A simple diagnostic proced- Marshak, treasurer; Mr Harry
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
tary;
with savory tomato sauce and ure, known as the "Pap Smear" Shiovitz, recording se
now makes it possible to detect and Mrs. Jerome Kohn,
es-
cheese... seasoned the real Ital- uterine cancer in its early, most ponding secretary.
ian way. So much tastier and curable stage. The test was de-
Named to a three-year term
easier than the frozen kind. So veloped by Dr. George N. Pa- as trustee was Dr. Manuel Feld-
much thriftier, too—costs only panicolaou, whose work is man, who was president of Beth
supported by the American Can- Moses when it was located on
about 15c per serving!
Linwood and Oakman.
cer Society.

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