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December 22, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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Shapero Elected Sinai President; Registration Begins for Adult Institute
' Registration for the second synagogues.
Osnos and Srere Awarded Plaques semester of the Synagogue Adult Rabbi Nathaniel S erg,

Nate S. Shapero, chairman of
the board of Cunningham Drugs,
Inc., has been elected president
of the board of trustees of Sinai
Hospital.
At the elections mee
Monday, Max Os
Srere were
recogniti
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behalf
Sinai.
r officers elected at
ing are: Max M. Fisher,
Zivian and Mo
ice-presidents; Isr
treasurer, and

years of effort that were entailed
in bringing- to realization the
dream of a hospital under Jew-
ish auspices in Detroit. He paid
•bute to Osnos as a guiding
during those years of for-
and the efforts of Srere
to develop Sinai Hos-
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Habonim to Host
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pital as a major teaching institu-
tion. Osnos was president of Sinai
from 1953 to 1957, and Srere is
the- immediate past president,
when you give Barton's
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The following have been elect-
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our big, new selection. " ed to the board of trustees of
Sinai: Joseph Holtzman, Sidney
This week's feature: I Karbel,
Edward C. Levy, Sr.,
Hyman Safran, Erwin S. Simon,
Phillip Stollman, C. William
Sucher and Paul Zuckerman.

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Shaarey Zedek Announces
Detroit Symphony Concert
In Honor of Music Month

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Institute will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, 18000 Wyoming.
A reception marking the con-
clusion of the first ten-week se-
mester of the Institute, to which
the community is invited, will be
held at 10 p.m., it was announced
by Rabbi H. Gorrelick and Jay
M. Rosenthal, co-chairmen of the
Institute.
Rabbis Morris Adler, Nathaniel
Steinberg and Emanuel Apple-
baum, who .are joining the Insti-
tute faculty for the second ten-
week series scheduled to begin
Jan. 2, will present a number of
new courses at the adult Jewish
education project of Conservative

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, conducted by • Walter
Poole, will present a concert
including Jewish and Israeli
music in observance of the
centennial year of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek and in celebra-
tion of Jewish Music. Month,
Sunday, Jan. 28, 2:30 p.m., in
Ford Auditorium.
Guest soloist will be the
nationally prominent -violin-
ist, Joseph Silverstein, assist-
ant concertmaster of the
Boston Symphony Orchestra.
It was announced this week
that Silverstein, a native De-
troiter, next year will succeed
Richard Burgan as concert-
master of the Boston Sym-
phony:
Leonard E. Baron is chair-
man_of the Shaarey Zedek sym-
phony concert committee.
A substantial portion of the
tickets available have already
been subscribed to, according
to Baron, in advance sale to
members of the congregation.
Members of the community at
large interested in attending
this event may obtain tickets at
the synagogue or from com-_
mittee members.

of
the Livonia Jewish
gregation,
will conduct a co
on "The
Hebrew Prophet: S
esman of
God for his Age an
e Ages."
Rabbi Adler w i I
"Faith for Moderns," a course
examining the field of religion
from the point of view of mod-
ern knowledge and thought.
Rabbi Applebaum will present
"Patterns for Jewish Living," a
course 'in religious customs and
ceremonies in the life cycle of
the Jew.
The Book of Exodus under the
direction of Alex Roberg and a
series of courses in Hebrew read-
ing proficiency, conversation,
and writing taught by Rabbi Jo-
seph Hirsch, Mrs. A. Abraham,
and Mrs. Riva Thatch will be con

Spending their winter vaca-
tion in Detroit, 80 Habonim
members from seven different
cities will join the local Habon-
im branch, Tuesday, Dec. 26,
through Saturday, Dec. 30, for
an educational seminar.
Harold Silver, executive di-
rector of Jewish Family and
Children Services, will address
the high school youth on "Social
Services in Israel." Avraham
Levy, Israeli political science
student at Wayne State Univer-
sity will speak on, "The Politi-
cal Development of the Israeli
Government." Coming from Chi-
cago expressly to participate in
the seminar will be Ephraim
Deberet, of the Israel Consulate,
and Tzvika Gurion, youth ad-
visor to Habonim.
Besides lectures and discus-
sions on "Yisrael Ha y o m ,"
(Israel Today), the theme of
the seminar, Habonim Youth
will participate in dancing, sing-
ing and dramatics, and other
interest groups.
Thursday evening. interna-
tional folk dancing will be con-
ducted by Benny, professional
folk dance s teacher and director
of the Detroit International In-
stitute.
David Wasserman is leader
of Detroit Habonim.
Anyone desiring to assist in
preparing meals, arranging trans-
portation, accomodating out of
town guests, should contact
Tzippy Pincus, KE 3-0216, or
Jerry Kutnick, UN 3-3532.

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Vandals Set Fire'
to Brooklyn Shules;
Services Cancelled

NEW YORK, (JTA) — A
Brooklyn synagogue was forced
to cancel services Saturday after
vandals set two fires in a store-
room and vestibule of the build-
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The fires, which were discov-
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