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December 15, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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Rabbi Lehrman to Give
Series of Lectures on
`Comparative Religion'

Detroit Seminary Patrons Group

Dr. David Blum, director of
the Bnai Moshe Schobl of Adult
Study, announces that Rabbi
Moses Lehrman will deliver a
series of eight 1 e c t u r es on
"Comparative Religion, starting
9 p.m. Tuesday, and continuing
for the following Tuesday eve-
nings.
Rabbi Lehrman will present
an analytical study of Judaism,
Christianity and Mohammedism.
An attempt will be made to
compare the concepts of atti-
tudes toward other faiths,
church and synagogue member-
ship, salvation, The Bible,
prayer, sin, heaven and hell,
messianism, marriage, divorce,
family planning, individual and
social responsibility, as well as
other basic doctrines and issues.
All lectures will be given at
the . Bnai Moshe Synagogue in
Oak Park. The public is invited.
Sol Eisenberg (front) was chairman of the reception for
The School of Adult Study is
Dr. Louis Finkelstein. Chancellor of the Jewish Theological also accepting registrations for
Seminary of America, and is shown as he was being congratu- second term courses which in-
-lated by Louis Berry for his efforts in helping establish the clude elementary- Hebre w, a
Seminary Patrons Society in Detroit. Looking on with the special course in conversational
Seminary Chancellor, from the left, are: Joseph Holtzman, Hebrew by the rapid-learning-
John Laurie and Ben Levinson. Laurie and Holtzman were hosts method, pr ay e r book_ and
liturgy. These classes mee
for the affair held at the Standard Club.
8 p.m. and .m. every Tu
at the Bn. e Sy
-Registrati
members
the corn

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Announce National Bible Contest

The launching of the third
annual National Bible Contest for
American Jewish youth attend-
ing Jewish schools, to be held in
the Spring of 1962, was announc-
ed by Dr. Samuel M. Blumen-
field, director of the department
of education and culture of the
American Zionist Council, 515
Park Ave., New .York.
Jointly sponsored with the
Bible Society of Israel, the con-
test, the third consecutive event

of its kind, is aimed at promot-
ing a greater interest in the Bible
among students in Jewish schools
in the United States and Canada
with a view to encouraging more
extensive reading of the Bible
either in English or in the orig-
inal, and to strengthen the place
of Bible studies in the curricula
of Jewish schools.
More than 600 schools, repre-
senting the three wings of Juda-
ism, Orthodox, onsery
Reform, wi
ticip
Downtown Synagogue contest. Cont
is h
limited to pu
Celebrates Hanukah
Members of the Isaac Agree ages of 12
Downtown Synagogue will hold
their annual Hanukah celebra-
tion g p.m. Sunday at the syn-
agogue, 1442 Griswold.
Rated No 1 in the U.S.A.
Come in and see why before
Jack Berck's orchestra will
you buy I Quist
provide music for dancing and
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Frank Amber Seeks Hebrew Books
for Beth Abraham Library -Section

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Anxious to encourage in-
ereased Hebrew studies among
adults as well as the youth,
Frank Amber has undertaken
the task of increasing the avail-
able books at the Beth Abraham
synagogue on 7-Mile and Green-
lawn.
Pointing out that -there al-
ready are available in the Beth
Abraham library a number of
books for youngsters, in Eng-
lish, Amber has expressed the
hope that a large Hebrew sec-
tion will be developed.
Under his direction, a special
library room has been 'set - up
and the collection of books is
'proceeding.
- Amber especially appeals for
Hebrew classics, books pub-
lished in Israel, Hebrew periodi-
cals, etc.
He states that he will person-
ally arrange to pick up what-

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1961.

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Shaarey Shomayim
Nursery Registration

Cong. Shaarey S h o m a yim
Shalom Nursery is now accept-
ing enrollment for the new
term of its pre-school program,
under the direction of Dr. Leo
Y. Goldman.
Included in the program are
dancing, participation in plays,
American and Hebrew songs,
Sabbath and holy day instruc-
tion, Hanukah and Passover
ceremonies and the Hebrew
Aleph Beth. Facilities provide
for winter and summer sports
activities.
Florence Erlbaum will teach
arts and crafts. The nursery
will provide transportation
where it is necessary. For in-
formation, call LI 2 441.

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Bnai Moshe Service

"Focus on Youth" will be the
theme of a special Sabbath
service tomorrow night at Cong.
Bnai Moshe, the final in a series
of events commemorating the
congregation's golden anniver-
sary, announced Norbert Rein,
stein, Youth Commission chair-
man.
The service will be conducted
by the Bnai Moshe Senior
United- Synagogue Youth.
Officers of the T a 1 i s and .
Tefillin Club will be installed
by Rabbi Moses Lehrman. They
include Marvin Sharon, presi-
dent; Mitchell Lefcourt, vice
president; and Eddie Gutman,
secretary-treasurer. Rabbi Lehr-
man will speak on "The Syna-
gogue's New Complexion."

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