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May 19, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-19

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its centennial year celebration
May 28 with two events. Ground-
breaking ceremonies at 11 a.m.
will mark the beginning of con-
struction of a new synagogue on
the congregation's 40-acre site at
Bell Rd. and James Couzens Hwy.
Members of the congregation
have received invitations to the
opening Centennial Dinner 6:30
p.m. in the social hall of the con-
gregation, 2900 W. Chicago.
Dr. Leonard Sidlow, dinner
chairman, said the event will pre-
sent a program keyed to congre-
gational history. Dinner planning
details are under the direction
and supervision of Mrs. Meyer
Shugerman and her committee.
Dr. Samuel Krohn, chairman
of the program committee for
the 100th anniversary celebra-
tion, said a series of Centennial
year events will follow the
opening celebration.
A Memorial Day Service will
be held 11 a.m. May 30 at Clover
Hill Park Cemetery.
Plaques honoring the memory
of Joseph H. Ehrlich, Isaac Shet-
zer and David S. Zeemon will be
affixed to the flag pole at Clover
Hill Park as part of the 36th
Memorial Day exercises. The
three congregational leaders were
instrumental in bringing Clover
Hill Park to its present state of
beauty and dignity.
Rabbi Morris Adler will deliv-
er the Memorial Day addess. Mil-
t-on Maddin, chairman of the
cemetery board, will speak and
Rabbi Irwin Groner will lead
participants in the Memorial Day
program in responsive reading.
en-
Musical s
or Jacob
dered b
antor Joseph Fra e
klar
m Post 537 of the Jewish
". Veterans will present the
Olors and decorate soldiers'
graves.
In other events to

ing events featuring eminent
speakers and artists will blend
intimate congregational activities
with large community-wide en-
deavors.
A pageant, a musical history
and a written history of the con-
gregation will be produced dur-
ing the centennial year.

Hayim Greenberg School
Enrolls Students for Fall

The Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish School announces
enrollment of new students for
the fall school semester is now
open.
The school, located in the
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer, accepts children
three-and-a-half to five in the
nursery for five days a week.
Children nine years and up at-
tend one to four days a week.
Special attention is given to the
celebration of holidays.
Bar Mitzvah preparation is
included without any additional
charge. Transportation is pro-
vided by buses.
For information and appoint,
ments, call the of f ice, UN
4-6319.

onors
Beth Aaron Religious Sch
atExercises
Graduates,Confirma

The graduation exercises of
the Beth Aaron Religious
School will take place .10 a.m.
May 28 at the synagogueit. Forty-
six students will graduate from
the 8th grade.
The graduates will present
cantata, "Our Heritage — Th
Torah," written for this occa
ion by Rabbi Benjamin H.
orrelick. Gertrude Strauss will
irect the presentation.
Ceremonies will open with a
prayer by Cynthia Geller. Mari-
lyn Markowits will present
a- grove certificates to Jose
edek Brave r, outgoing synagogue
president, and to David Levy
ool ,gadu- and Harold Rosenberg,. two
highlight the teachers who have been with
the school for over five years.
e.
The class gift will be presented
nnial Ball will be held by Sharon Gaspas and will be
4 at Cobo Hall.
accepted by Joseph Love, new
synagogue president.
Bernard Panush, school direc-
tor, will present the graduates.

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More than 1'75 workers and
contributors participated in the
recent I kick-off dinner of the
Save Beth Yehudah Campaign
at which Dr. Marvin Fox of
Ohio State University spoke on
the vital role of a Yeshivah in
every community's Jewish edu-
cational pattern.
Campaign chairman Max
Biber announced that $45,000
in special gifts, over and above
the regular annual contribu-
tions previously pledged for
operationtal budget, has been
raised.
The Campaign goal is set at
$150,000 to erase a budget debt,
according to Daniel A. Laven,
general chairman.
Meanwhile, the Women's Di-
vision of the drive has an-
nounced a series of events
slated to take place within the
next four weeks, including a
dessert luncheon sponsored by
Mrs. Sherman Kay, a luncheon
sponsored by Mrs. Hyman M.
Beale and a cocktail party spon-
sored by Mrs. Harry Kay. A
dessert tea and exhibit will be
held at the home of Mrs. Max
Biber. Details will be an-
nounced later.

Beth Aaron Installs
Officers Sunday

arvin La t, educ tio a al
man, will
mas, and
nko, sister
and out
abbi Be
th
will deliv
ect to
ies at Beth
er to be prepared
for the 10th grade confirmation.
A baccalaurate service in
honor of the confirmands will
be given by the synagogue May
27. All 23 confirmands have
completed a ten-year course of
study at the religious school.
The students will be con-
firmed in ceremonies at the
Beth Aaron Synagogue 10 a.m.
June 4. This will mark. the 7th
confirmation of the Beth Aaron
Religious School. ,
Featured at the confirmation
will be the presentation of the
cantata "Her - Majesty-Queen
Sabbath" written by Joseph
Edelman and adapted. for this
occasion by Rabbi Gorrelick.
The - cantata is
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direction of Mi
y Lita Gunn
will be ass
and Sol Ritter,
at the
violin.-
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y Maynard
pare
teacher is Dr.
Cl
o.
Another fe
rmation
silent pra
by the con
the ark.
Certifica
will be present
by Love and Dr. Last.
bibles will be awar
y Mrs.
Zalenko and
. Rabbi
o
ic c
deliver the ser-
the benediction;

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Beth Aaron Synagogue will
mark the installation of its new
officers and board members
during the morning services on
the first -day of Shavuot 8:30 a.m.
Sunday.
The new president to be in-
stalled is Joseph Lovy. The insta
lation will be conducted
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorreli
Lovy will succeed Joseph Bray
The following other offic
will be installed: Phillip S. Ch
nick, Dr. Marvin A. Last a
Hyman M a r g o l i s, vice pre
dents; Max Silverman, treasurer,
Nathan Lux, Julius Katz and
Sam Loberman, secretaries. The
new board of directors includes Emanu-El Graduation
Charles Anchill, Morris B u c h,
Temple Emanu-El will hold
Dr. Julius Y. Burnstine, Ben its third Hebrew School gradu-
Drapkin, Morris Fenkell, Mrs. ation 8:15 p.m. May 26. To
George Fredson, Sam I. Freed- receive diplomas are: Eric Bur-
man, Laurence W. Friedman, ton, Bonnie Busch, Gary Droz,
David Goldsmith, Charles Jacob- Kirk Dublin, Michael Feldman,
son, Karl Katkowsky, Morris Terry Gladstone, Jerry Gooze,
Litvin, Meyer Millman, Max Michael • Loren, Alan Ravitz,
Nosanchuk, Charles Salinsky, Arthur Schwartz, Daniel Share,
Rubin Saywitz, Avery Shapiro, Robert Stark and Neal Touran.
Jerome Silber ma n, Joseph An oneg shabbat in honor of
Sulkes, Hyman Wasser, Sidney the graduates will follow the
Weinber g, Leo Weingarden, service in the Esther Katzman
Philip Wuntner, Jacob Harris, Hall.
Samuel Jospey, Alex Margulies,
Harry Green, Jack Shenkman,
Louis Ellenson, William I. Liber- 111th Beth El Meeting
son and Joseph Braver.
The 11th annual meeting of
'William I. Liberson is chair-. Temple Beth El will be _ held
man of the Installation 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Frank-
Committee, lin Memorial. Hall.

Local Rabbis Proclaim Observance
of Shavuot 'Hebrew Academy Days'

THE OBSERVANCE OF SHAVUOT has been proclaimed
"Hebrew Academy Days" by a group of Detroit area rabbis.
Looking at the drafted proclamation are (from left) Rabbi
Israel Flam of Bnai Israel-Torah Center, Rabbi J. Sperka of
Young Israel of Greenfield, Rabbi H. Donin and Cong. Bnai
David and Rabbi Leo Goldman of Cong. Shaarey Shomayim.
"Also signing the document were (not shown) Rabbi Y. Horn-
nick of Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Rabbi S. P. Wohlgelernter
of Beth Yehudah Schools and- Rabbi I. Stollman of Cong.
Mishkan Israel.

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17 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Ma y 19, 1961

Shaarey Zedek Opens Centennial Yeshivah Drive
Year with Groundbreaking, Dinner Nets $45,000
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will begin
Krohn said a series of outstand- in Special Gifts

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