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February 16, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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Zack Family Starts 'Torah Pioneer' Reform Rabbis Urge JFK to Stop Housing Bias
The Committee on Justice eral-financed housing." Rabbi Dallas Citizens .Council which,
Plan with $2,500 Gift to Yeshivah
and Peace of the Central Con- Samuel D. Soskin of Temple it, said, "has carefull ed

emory of his parents, William
and family launched a n roj
will contribute $2,500 to
eth Yehudah. Pr ent at
were, from left, Se Zack, vid
Zack, Samuel N.
en, Hyma aek
den f the
ah, who sa*
sp•1 heritag
our co
strei
ing of Torah educa

ns Awarded
at ad Haraboni
and Merkaz
er

21 i

s were pre-
ors of the Vaad

a and Merkaz in honor

of their loyalty and support at
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
and Merkaz annual dinner.
The recipients were Max Bib-
er, the Borenstein brothers, Mor-
ris J. Brandwine, Cong. Beth Ye-
hudah, Chesed shel Emes, Er-
nest L. Citron, David J. Cohen,
Louis M. Elliman, Kenneth Fish-
er, Charles E. Feinberg, Meyer
Manela, David Goldberg, Dr. Mil-
ford Golden, Morris Karbal, Jul-
ius Rothenberg, Seymour Sha-
pira_ Nathan Soberman, Philip
Stollman, Harry Warsh, Louis W.
Zack and George Zalman.
A special citation was awarded
to Rev. and Mrs. Solomon Kam-
enetzky for their loyalty to re-
ligious values. Jack Carmen ac-
cepted the citation from Rabbi
Sperka on behalf of his parents.
Charles E. Feinberg, co-chair-
man of the sponsors committee,
presided at the presentation cere-
mony. Other speakers were Vaad
Harabonim President Rabbi Isaac
Stollman, Ernest L. Citron, Nath-
an Soberman, David J. Cohen,•
Merkaz president; Rabbi Leizer
Levin and guest speaker, Rabbi
Shubert Spero of Cleveland.

s,"
ivath
cement
k, Gerald
ohen, presi-
of our great
icably bound up

lic Invited
to Use UHS Library
of 15,000 Volumes

The community is invited to
use the facilities of the United
Hebrew Schools Library, with
the main branch located at the
Esther Berman Building, for both
general reading and educational
purposes, according to Shoshana
Bass, librarian.
Volumes number close to 15,-
000, including duplicate books
at all branches.
Among the titles are "A He
tage Affirmed," by Harr
Lurie; "Sex and Love
e
Bible," by William Col
Was-
Yaakov
ters of the Desert,"
Morris; "Branch o Almond,"
by Warren B. Blu nthal; and
"My 77 Years," y Norman
Bentwich.

Temple Bet Am Holds
Membershi Brunch

Temple Beth m of Livonia
will hold a me ership brunch
12:30 p.m. Sund at the _Dor-
chester Motel. I Rations have
amili
gone out to over 1

Speakers will be Ra erb-
ert Stern, David Den, president;
and Harry Melman, principal of
the religious school. There is
no charge. Prospective mem-
bers are invited. For informa-
tion, call Eddie Stein, member-
ship chairman, GA. 7-7315.
Temple Beth Am received its
Young Israel Council first
Torah at Sabbath services
Maps Annual Dinner Jan. 26. The Torah was pre-
Jerome Kelman, Detroit at- sented by Mr. and Mrs. Allen
torney and past president of Den of Benton Harbor, parents
Young Israel and the Y. I. of David Den.
Council, will preside as master
of ceremonies at the Young Livonia Hebrew PTO
Israel Council annual banquet. Plans Fashion Show
The banquet culminates the
The showing of a new col-
annual fund-raising drive and lection
of children's spring fash-
will be held on Feb. 21 at ions will
be sponsored by the
Rainbow Terrace. Erry Loewen- PTO of the Livonia United He-
thal, Council president, an- brew School at 12:30 p.
nounces that reservations are March 7, at the Borman Br
still available and can be made Building, 21355 W. Seve
ile.
by calling the Young Israel A luncheon planned
Mrs.
Council, UN 1-7691.
Al Rosen will be ser
before
the showing.
Kitty Hart's Story of
For tickets and
ormation,
rshen, GA
Survival from Nazism call Mrs. Irving
Abelard-Schuman announces 2-2314.
publication of "I Am Alive," by
Kitty Hart, a story of a Polish Beth Abraha Couples
Jewish girl's survival from the Hold Night o Games
Nazi horrors. The author and
The Cong. Bet Abraham
her mother, armed with non-Jew- Couples
Club will ho its first
ish papers, eluded the Gestapo. fund-raising
affair, a
They later were imprisoned in games, 8:30 p.m.
24 at the
Auschwitz but lived to tell the synagogue. Prizes Feb.
and refresh-
story. The author now lives with
her family in Birmingham, Eng- ments will be featured.
land.

Dance at Bnai David

A fund-raising dance will be
held by the Cong. Bnai David
Youth Group 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the synagogue, with music
by the "Epics." Refreshments
will be served. Tickets will be
available at the door.

ference of American Rabbis
took a sharply critical view of
the "failures and conflicts that
plague American society" in the
area of race relations.
The rabbis called upon local
governments, public school au-
thorities and labor unions in
the North, as well as the South,
to move more effectively toward
ending political, social and eco-
nomic discriminations rooted in
racial prejudice.
The rabbinical 'group's stand
came in a statement calling at-
ntion to the observance this
aturday of "Race Relations
abbath" by the 'Reform branch
of Judaism, and the observance
of the 143rd anniversary of the
birth of Abraham Lincoln.
The statement, entitled "A
Mesage For Race Relations Sab-
bath, 1962," hailed President
Kennedy "for his progressive
sentiment in this area of na-
tional concern" but urged him
to issue an Executive Order
"preventing segregation in Fed-

Government Officials
Will Be Guests at
Institute on Judaism

The Fifth Annual Institute on
Judaism, planned as a National
Brotherhood Week activity and
sponsored by the Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood, will be held Wed-
nesday at the Temple, announces
President Mrs. Bertram Kaatz.
. city
Guests wi
com I, • ,
and sery
tatives of eight So
land County communities.
Berkley, Birmingham, Ferndale,
Huntington Woods, Oak Park,
Royal Oak, Pleasant Ridge and
Southr ld.
an
sents
Th Insti
ion
bas .

lrll
ples of
of
the
Mrs.
according
J ish lif
J eph Maltzer, cha . an. Its
rage the
rpose is to
ing and fel-
spirit of under
community.
lowship in
entary dinner will
A co
ed prior to We program.
be

:tale-'"ter
ete mtegr
tion of its Negro citi
Praise was also accor to
Atlanta and Louisville w h,
the stateme declared, "have
hat can be don
transitio
n, lu
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Milton Rosenbaum of Temple
Emanu-El and Rabbi Harold
Hahn of Temple Beth El, accord-
ing to Mrs. Stanley Wolf, vice
president of religion and educa-
tion.

Esther Berman UHS
Marks Music Month

Jewish Music Month will be
observed by staff, students and
parents at the Esther Berman
branch of the"' United Hebrew
Schools 8 p.m. Feb. 22.
Zvi Kaplan, UHS music direc-
tor, will discuss "Jewish Music
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th
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ehudah Girls Hi
chool
th weekend.
The get-toge
will feature
lectures a
iscussions on a
vane
• educational topics,
s to local points of interest
and a "Melavah Malka."

Cong. Shomrey Emunah
Forms Men's Club

Bnai Moshe Parents
Cong. Shomrey Emunah has
Hold Sabbath Program announced the formation of a

The Bnai Moshe Religious
School Parents Organization will
hold a Sabbath Workshop pro-
gram, to be conducted by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman, 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue. The pub-
lic is invited.

Beth Emeth, Brooklyn, is chaik,
man of the Committe,.-aelus-
tice and Peace.
The stateme
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the Souther
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cils on
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