Shaarey Zedek Presents Sklare
As Speaker for 'Great Weekend'
Bnai David Youth
Cong. Bnai David Youth
Group invites boys, 13-16, to
participate in its activities for
the new season, announces
Robert Rockaway, synagogue
The Youth Group meets 9:30
a.m. Sundays at the synagogue.
Programs will include speak-
ers, films, sports and social
events. A weekend at Camp
Tamarack is a also planned.
George DeWitt to Headline Annual
Beth Yehudah Di nner and Show
Beth Yehudah's annual Din- George DeWitt to headline our
Dr. Marshall Sklare, director Sabbath morning service and
and Show Committee an- show."
Morris Karbal, executive
of Scientific Research of the guest sermon.
nounced - this week that it has
engaged George DeWitt, national chairman, urged the community
American • Jewish Committee,
man of the weekend program,
emcee and humorist, as the star to call in their reservations
will be the featured speaker at requests, however, that those
of the 1961 Dinner-Show Bene- without waiting, to be contacted,
the first of a series of "great planning to attend the Sabbath
fit, scheduled to Dan Laven at UN 2-9517, or
weekends" evening and/or Sunday morning
ct. 29 at the Beth Yehudah office, WE
he Latin 1-0203.
Cong. Shaarey gogue office, TY 8-2828, or to
The University of Michigan
Zedek for Sat- mail in their reservations.
gained promi- Television Center produced 16
nence on na- programs for the Detroit Board
tional televi- of Education on the teaching
sion with hi4 of mathematics last year.
at service on
Dates That Changed the Sabbath," by Cantor Reuven
Sabbath morn- the "Three
Course of Jewish History," Frankel; "The American Jew,"
In addition Due to the
ing when his a panel
by Rabbi Stanley Greenberg;
k a re-
of our extp
topic will be Benjamin H. Gorrelick, Irwin "Wisdom of the Sages," by Rabbi as "humorist to the elite," and
"The Role Of Groner and Jacob E. Segal; vocal Segal; "Chalil, or Israeli Record-
an artist of satire, DeWitt has
e of tak-
The Rabbi selections
by Cantor Jacob Son- er," by Mrs. Frankel; classes in also been hailed by music crit-
And The Lay- enklar, musical
numbers on the Hebrew reading and conversation ics for his singing accomplish-
pervisiem of main-
man In The American Jewish chalil by Mrs. Reuven Frankel, by Rabbi Joseph Hirsch, Mrs. ments.
Community." His second pre- and the film "Pages From the Riva Thatch and Alex Roberg; Records. He has recorded for Epic
tenance crew. Apply to:
sentation at an informal social Talmud," will be featured at the "Faith For Moderns," by Rabbi
Daniel Laven, V general chair-
Mr. J. C. Shaprow,
evening will take place 8:30 convocation of the tenth annual Morris Adler; "The Hebrew
101 Burton Street,
Saturday in the social hall on Synagogue Adult Institute, Tues- Prophet: Spokesman of God For man of the Dinner and Show
Flint 3, Mich.
"The Religion Of The Ameri- day, 8 p.m., at Beth Aaron social His Age and the Ages," by Rabbi Committee, said that the 1961
affair "will go down as one of
Telephone CE 8 4641
hall, 18000 Wyoming, it was an- Nathaniel Steinbeig, • and "Pat- the best in our history. We are
Dr. Morris Adler, rabbi of nounced by Rabbi Gorrelick, In- terns for Jewish Living," by truly delighted we could get
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will be stitute chairman, and Jay M. Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum.
the discussant following the Rosenthal, co-chairman.
After the registration and the
Saturday evening presentation.
LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT
Prior to the Convocation, regis- convocation program, refresh-
The program of the weekend tration for the new series of ments will be served. Men and
will be concluded at a service courses in Bible, Jewish litera- women regardless of congrega-
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21ST AND SUNDAY
and brunch 10 a.m. Sunday, at ture, rabbinics, liturgy, sociology, tional affiliation, are invited to
MORNING, 10:30 A.M. OCTOBER 22ND.
which time Sklare's topic will be religion, as well as courses in register for classes and to attend
"The Social Consciousness Of Hebrew reading and conversa- the convocation.
tion, will begin at 7:30 p.m.
The American Jew."
Hayim G nberg C
Actual class sessions will begin 8-Mile Cong. Social
Dr. Abraham. F. Citron, direc-
tor of Community Relations and Tuesday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m. The In-
Eight Mile Young Israel Syna-
Research of the Jewish Commu- stitute is sponsored by Adas Sha- gogue will hold a neighborhood
nity Council of Metropolitan lom, Beth Aaron, Beth Moses, social evening 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
Detroit, and Dr. S. Joseph Fau- Shaarey Zedek and Livonia Jew- day in the Conference Lounge
man, professor of sociology at ish Congregation.
Courses offered by the Con- of the Crestwood Motel, 16221
Eastern Michigan University,
W. Eight Mile.
will be the discussants follow- servative congregations include
A discussion will be held on
ing the Sunday morning pre- "Great Jewish Personalities,"
membership and fu-
sentation. The community is in-
vited. Admission is free. No re- "The Book of Exodus," by Alex ture plans. Refreshments will
servations are necessary for the Roberg; "Liturgy and Music of highlight the social hour.
Panel Discussion, Music Feature
Synagogue Institu to Convocation
Morris L. Schaver Au
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at 8:45 p.m.
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DR. JOSHUA FISHMAN
on "The Emerging Picture of
Modern American Jewry"
DR. JOSHUA FISHMAN
Dr. Fishman is Dean of Yeshiva University's Graduate School of Education. A social psychologist with a broad background in teaching and research, Dr. Fishman
educational studies on American ethnic groups, higher education, etc. A farmer teacher in the Jewish
and authored numerous psychological, sociological and
for the Jewish Education Committee of New York, Dr. Fishman is eminently well qualified to discuss and clarify problems of American
secular schools and a researcher
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