at the University of Cincinnati. a number of associates who
Stating that the honors ac- were ordained at HUC-JIR. He
corded to Dr. Glueck also said that Hebrew Union Col-
honored all of Reform Juda- lege is honored as much as he
ism, Dr. Richard C. Hertz, is by the degree given him by
in introducing Dr. Glueck, WSU.
praised his leadership in He-
He took occasion to praise
brew Union College and his
Wayne State University for its
field of Jewish education. He
outstanding Department of
placed emphasis on "the Semitic Languages and Litera-
importance of the education tures and lauded the efforts of
of the teachers of our chil- Prof. Abram L. Spiro for his
"magnificent job" in attaining
In his response to the trib- the high standing for WSU's
utes ' extended to him at the Semitics department. Dr. Spiro,
luncheon, Dr. Glueck said he who was present at the lu
felt closer to Detroit than to eon, returned on Monda
any other city outside of his an absence of seven in • t
home city of Cincinnati, and to had devoted in study and
Temple Beth El where he search in Israel and in L on.
counted many close friends, and
In the course of his ad-
Fishman Educational Development
Fund Set Up at Hebrew Schools
dress, Dr. Glueck extended
an invitation to Detroiters to
attend the HUC-JIR com-
mencement exercises in Ch
cinnati and reveal
Justice Henry M. Butzel w
be awarded an honor
gree at that tin
ed at that
of rabbi who
grandson of an
ebrew Union College is an
growth of the deep-rooted
eform movenient," Dr.
said. He spoke of " •
ity of the co
• its wor •
impact," and de-
he rabbinical school's
achievements in __setting up
three libraries, which he called
the outstanding collections of
Judaiaca in the world.
He also described the work
of the college on the campuses
The United Hebrew Schools was the recipient of a generous
contribution from Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fishman, establishing in Cincinnati and New York,
the Morris and Ben Fishman Educational Development Fund of on the newly-established cam-
the United Hebrew Schools. Shown above are, left to right: Mr. pus adjacent to the University
of Southern California and the
and Mrs. Herman Fishman, Mrs. Morris Fishman and Mandell L.
Berman, president of the United Hebrew Schools. The Morris archaeological school and syna-
gogue to be dedicated in Jeru-
and Ben Fishman Educational Development Fund will be used
salem in February of 1963.
for developing teaching materials for the United Hebrew Schools
To make these possible, he
as well as for Israel scholarships for worthy students.
appealed to increased support
of the Hebrew Union College
admitting that he is
Adas Shalom Will
Beth Shalom to Host program,
"a glorified Shnorrer" who
Observe 15th Annual
Detroit Council USA' must seek the funds necessary
Cong. Beth Shalom will host to carry on the work lie de-
Detroit Council of United scribed.
Cong. Adas Shalom will ob- Synagogue
"The only thing we can give
Youth at late Friday
serve its 15th annual consecra- evening services
8:30 p.m. to- our children, to strengthen and
tion, inducting the youngest day.
uphold them, is the spiritual
pupils of the religious school,
rooting in the faith o
11 a.m. Feb. 24 at the syna-
fathers," he s
conservative congregations in effective
The event also marks the this area, Flint and Toledo. The can
em are the
17th anniversary of the school. sermon will be given by Debo-
ual rs. That is why
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will offici- rah Wolok of Cong. Shaar
ask for priority for our re-
ligious activities. We ask that
ate and Cantor Nicholas Fen- Zedek. An Oneg Shabbat
you meet your responsibilities,
akel will chant appropriate se- follow.
lections. A kiddush for the con-
On Saturday mornin more and I am sure that we can
secrants, relatives and congre- than 200 young peopl
ill at- count of your support."
rasohn, cha . a
gants will follow.
tend sabbath service t Cong.
The committee in charge of Adas Shalom. Satur
, a social
the consecration consists of par- will be held at
ents Mesdames Jack Feldman, Aaron and the we
nd activity ap
f of the Bet
George Schwartz, David Hopt- will end with a b
ch and dis- E
ota o 45,000 fo
man, Gerald Brickner, Louis cussion at Cong.
avas Achim. J
Katz, Barnett Lazarus, and
tea c h e r s Ruth Pesselnick, Temple Israe
ad been raised
Elaine Schneyer and Lama
at the quota will soon
The weekend Conclave o
Sarasohn told of Beth El's
igan State Temple Youth will
Alpha Omega Conducts open tonight at Sabbath eve role in the founding of HUC
and referred to the historical
Sabbath Eve Services services at Temple Israel.
Delegates from the Reform background of Detroit Jewry's
The Detroit Alumni Chapter
assistance in furthering the
and the Alpha Nu undergrad- temples of Jackson, Lansing, Reform movement's rabbinical
uate chapter of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity will conduct Harbor, Flint, Pontiac and other
Supplementing his appeal
Sabbath services at Cong. Aha- Michigan cities will be present. also were addresses by Leonard
On Saturday morning Richard
vas Achim Feb. 16.
Colton, president of the Michigan N. Simons; Leo I. Franklin,
The main address will be de- State Temple Youth, will deliver president of Temple Beth El,
livered by Rabbi Milton Arm, the sermon. The rest of the whose father, the late Dr. Leo
spiritual leader of the syna- weekend will he occupied with M. Franklin, was the only
classes and seminars on 'the sub- graduate in the HUC class of
Following services the frater- ject of "Religion and the Cause 1898; and Max M. Fisher, who
nity will present its second oneg of World Peace."
spoke first and had to leave
shabbat. Refreshments will be
before Dr. Glueck's addresS for
The University of Michigan an important mission in Lon-
served by the Detroit Women
of Alpha Omega.
draws students from 80 coun- don, England. Rabbi Harold H.
tries around the world.
Hahn gave the invocation.
The public is invited.
Father Lovely to Speak
at Cong. Beth Shalom
The Adult Education Series
at Cong. Beth Shalom has en-
tered its second month.
At 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, Father
Arthur Lovely will speak on
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Temple Beth El on Wednes-
day, at a luncheon at the Shera-
ton Cadillac, paid honor to Dr.
Nelson Glueck, president of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, on the
eve of his receiving the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Hu-
mane Letters from Wayne State
WSU accorded him the DHL
honor at commencement exer-
cises Thursday night.
One of the world's foremOst
Biblical scholars and archaeol-
ogists, Dr. Glueck is famed for
his explorations in the Negev
and other areas in Israel and
in Jordan as well. He was ac-
companied here by his wife,
who is a professor of medicine
The general chairman of Re-
form Judaism's nationwide fund-
raising campaign announced the
establishment of a Society of
Honor to be made up of persons
who contribute $1,000 or more
for advancement of the Reform
branch of Judaism on a national
and world scale.
Jack Davis of New York, chair-
man of the campaign and a mem-
ber of the board of trustees of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, said the Honor
Society has a two-fold goal of
1,000 members and the raising of
$1,000,000 in the next five
months. He • that society
1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday
Reform Jews Create 'Society of Honor'
Beth El Honors Dr. Glueck, Raises. Funds for
HUC-JIR; Justice Butzel to Get Degree in June