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January 12, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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ARCHITECT'S PLAN FOR THE LIVONIA
JEWISH CONGREGATION

The three - year - old Livonia
Jewish Congregation, which has
been conducting daily and Sab-
bath services in a converted
farmhouse at 32070 W. Seven
Mile, Livonia, has announced
plans for the construction of a
new synagogue on the site.
The farmhouse in the past
has served only as temporary
quarters for day-to-day syna-
gogue use, while the _High
Holy Day services have been
held • in rented halls, drawing
an attendance of hundreds.
The congregation recently in-
stalled its first spiritual leader,
Rabbi Nathaniel Steinberg, re-
ported to be the first ordained
rabbi to serve a Livonia congre-
gation.
President Jerome L. Fried-
man said the building fund_
campaign has been launched
with a goal of $150,000. P1
as a modern edifice, th
ing will house facili • an e
conducive to w
ip, a ca-
tional and soci activi .
The struct
will taro a
main auditor
six = •assrooms,
a rabbi's st y, kitchCn and gen-
eral office Parking facilities are
also pro ed for. Designers of
the buil 1g is the firm of Jos
and 0 ch Associates of
outh.
Ch man o
fund ampaign
witz a vice p
con: gation.
is
er Smith.
tee
nsists of anley Finkel-
stei Dave Fost
Sam Fire-
sto
Jacob Ber witz, Donald
Sug
an, Marcus Bass and
Mart Katz. Others in charge
of the mpaign are Hy Saha
planni
committee chair n;
Abe To
ins, materi
com-
mittee ch almons,
mail and Corr sondence; Mrs.
Robert Fox, publicity; and Le-
roy Levy, finance.
The Sisterhood committee for

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Beth Aaron Youth
Hold Annual Late
Friday Night Service

The Cong. Beth Aaron United
Synagogue Youth group will con-
duct its annual late Friday eve-
ning service on Jan. 19, it was
announced by Tzvi Berkal, di-
rector, and Mrs. Albert Kaplan,
chairman, of the synagogue's
Youth Commission.
Theme of the service will be
"Holiness and Commandments."
Speakers will be Jay Masser-
man and Elliott Samson, dele-
gates to the recent U.S.Y. con-
vention in New York. Conducting
the service will be U.S.Y. Vice
President Robert Chapnick.
President Dianna Kaplan will
deliver the main address. Other
participants will be Dan Guyer,
Joel Moss, Arnold Shenkman,
Caryl Scheuer, Gilda Zalenko,
Cynthia G e 11 e r and Marilyn
Panter.
A social hour and a panel
discussion on "The Role of
Youth in Beth Aaron" will fol-
low.

fund-raising is chaired by Presi-
dent Mrs. Tillie Burnstein, as-
sisted by Mesdames Bess Fox,
Mary Fellender and Florence
Haberman.
Campaign headquarters for
the building fund is at 19731
W. Seven Mile. For informa-
tion, call Horwitz, KE 4-7110.

Council Delegate Students Observe Tu b'Shvat
Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of and presentations of certificates
Assembly Jan. 17 Trees,
to be observed Jan. 20, to students who have planted

Final notice of the Jewish
Community Council's Delegate
Assembly has been received by
delegates and officers of organi-
zations affiliated with the Coun-
cil, according to Stanley J.
Winkelman, Council president.
The Assembly will be convened
at Temple Israel, next Wednes-
day, 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Morris Adler, Council
vice-president, and Isaac
Franck, executive director of
the Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington, will be
presented in a dialogue discus-
sion of "The Jewish Community
of Tomorrow." They will com-
ment upon some of the signifi-
cant cultural, social and occupa-
tional changes that have oc-
curred in the American Jewish
community and their implica-
tions for community institu-
tions.
Reports will be submitted on
appearances before the Consti-
tutional Convention on issues
of civil rights and church-state
separation, a summary of pros-
pective legislative matters of
interest to the Jewish com-
munity, such -as humane slaugh-
ter and Sunday closing laws,
and information on program-
ming.

is already being marked by the
students of the United Hebrew
Schools.
The entire month of Shvat has
been designated for the annual
Jewish National Fund campaign,
and plans have been made for
special assemblies in all branches
Jan. 18 or 21.
Songs, skits, movies on Israel

trees will be featured at various
programs. Members of the PTO
at each branch will distribute
fruits native to Israel.
Student participation in Keren
Kayemeth (JNF) is marked
every year by their contributions
to the United Hebrew Schools
section of the Children's Forest
in Israel. Pupils already have
planted 7,000 trees toward their
Abraham Reisen School goal of 10,000.

Announces Opening
Semester 'Free Show'

Adas Shalom Synagogue
Readies for 12th Annual
The Abraham Reisen Jewish
School of the Workmen's Circle Jewish Music Festival

announces the opening of the
spring semester with a "Free
Show" for students and their
friends 2:30 p.m. Sunday, fea-
turing magician "Magical Mel,"
a movie and refreshments.
The school, 18340 W. Seven
Mile, conducts daily and Sun-
day classes in Jewish history,
literature, Yiddish, H e b r e w,
Bible, holidays, dramatics, danc-
ing, singing, arts and crafts and
Bar Mitzvah instruction.
Registration is open to chil-
dren, 5-10, at the school office,
KE 7-5440. Also, a series of eve-
ning classes for adults in Jew-
ish history and foreign lan-
guages is now being planned.

NATIONAL BANK
F DETROIT

Adas Shalom Synagogue is
making plans for its 12th an-
nual Jewish Music Festival, to
be held March 4 in the main
sanctuary.
The program, under the di-
rection of Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel, will star Mischa Misch-
akoff as guest soloist. Mischak-
off has long been the Concert
master of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. Other features of the
program will be the Synagogue
Symphony Orchestra, under the
direction of Zinovi Bistritzky;
the Adas Shalom Choir, directed
by Harry Siegel; Lisa Shaw,
soprano; and the Golden Age
Choir.

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Condition, December 31, 1961

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A. H. AYMOND, JR.

Chairman—Consumers Power Company

RESOURCES

HOWARD C. BALDWIN

Banks
rnment Securities.
; ; ; ; • ; ; ; ; ;

$ 500,397,591.68
629,791,631.60
246,559,744.15

Partner—Baldwin, Boos & Baldwin

HENRY T. BODMAN

President

PRENTISS M. BROWN

Chairman—Mackinac Bridge Authority

M. A. CUDLIP

Discounts. :
;
g .$632,132,245.95
ate Mortgages .
138,485,873.13
eserve Bank Stock ;
remises ....:as sass;
omers' Liability on
Acceptances and Letters of Credit ; ; g
Accrued Income and Other Resources

770,618,119.08
4,500,000.00
17,690,536.18

2,383,497.07

10,892,956.51
$2,182,834,076.27

President and Treasurer—McLouth
Steel Corporation

HARRY B. CUNNINGHAM

President—S. S. Kresge Company

HARLOW H. CURTICE

Director—General Motors Corporation

WILLIAM M. DAY

President—The Michigan Bell Telephone
Company

LELAND L DOAN

President—The Dow Chemical Company

RAY R. EPPERT

President—Burroughs Corporation

MALCOLM P. FERGUSON

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Commercial Deposits
: a
Savings and Time Deposits
a
Deposits of United States Government ; ;
Other Public Deposits - a a
Deposits of Banks ..;aaa a es; a
Total Deposits
2
Acceptances and Letters of Credit .
Accrued Expenses and Other Liabilities.
Capital Funds:
Common Stock ($12.50 par value) ;
.$ 45,000,000.00
a a a ; a 105,000,000.00
Surplus. . . ..;
;
Undivided Profits ;a: a a a a a a a 23,194,940.15

$1,074,713,046.73
536,988,104.20
114,545,556.48
95,005,906.14

162,473,123.21

$1,983,725,736.76
2,383,497.07
23,529,902.29

President— Bendix Corporation

EDWARD F. FISHER

President—Gar Wood Industries

EVERELL E. FISHER

Director—Fisher and Company, Inc.

JOHN B. FORD

Director—Wyandotte Chemicals
Corporation

JOSEPH L. HUDSON, JR.

President—The J. L. Hudson Company

RALPH T. McELVENNY

President—American Natural Gas Company

JOHN N. McLUCAS

Director—National Cement Company

173,194,940.15

$2,182,834,076.27

United States Government Securities carried at $235,616,037.94 in the foregoing statement are pledged to
secure public deposits, including deposits of $21,202,406.51 of the Treasurer, State of Michigan, and for
other purposes required by law.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

THOMAS E. MILLSOP

Chairman—National Steel Corporation

F. W. MISCH
Vice President-Finance and Director
—Chrysler Corporation

PETER J. MONAGHAN

Partner—Monaghan & Monaghan
& Crawmer

GEORGE E. PARKER, JR.

Executive Vice President

ROBERT B. SEMPLE

President—Wyandotte Chemicals
Corporation

Michigan's largest bank serving
more than 800,000 customers

NATE S. SHAPERO

Chairman—Cunningham Drug Stores, The.

R. PERRY SHORTS

chairman—Second National Bank
Of Saginaw, Michigan

DONALD F. VALLEY

Chairman of the Board

1 3 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, January 12, 1962

Livonia Jewish Congregation Will
Build Synagogue; Launches Drive

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