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September 07, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-07

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— Friday, Septem ber 7, 1962 — 12

THE DETROIT JEWISH NE

Gemiluth Chassodim
Holds Open House for
New Sanctuary

-With the completion of its
new sanctuary. Cong. Gemiluth
Chassodim will hold an open
house 2 p.m. Sept. 16, accord-
ing to Ben Gorge, president.
Two years in construction,
the sanctuary will be ready for
the High Holidays with a capac-
ity of over 600 seats. The mod-
ern, air-conditioned structure
with dome - shaped roof and
mosaic-covered front was de-
signed by' Melvin Sachs, archi-
tet, and supervised by Max
Blum, building committee chair-
man.
Until now, services were held
in the social hall. A kitchen and
classroorns complete the Congre-
gation's facilities.
With a membership of 250,
the synagogue sponsors a men's
club. sisterhood, young married
league, junior congregation and
youth groups. Its religious
school operates with a curricu-
lum leading to Bar Mitzvah and
Consecration.
Lou Leserman, membership
committee chairman, announces
that the sisterhood will serve
refreshments after a tour of the
building. The public is invited.

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SINGERS
WANTED

Bnai David's Expansion Planned
as Utilitarian House of Worship

ARTIST'S DRAWING OF PLAN NED BNAI DAVID EXPANSION

The members of Cong. Bnai types of equipment endorsed by

David, Southfield, have launched
a building fund campaign for the.
construction of additional facili-
ties.
The preliminary plans show a
circular sanctuary which will
bring 1,200 congregants into a
community of worship around the
central Bema. The Bema faces
the Ark, which is raised above
it, at the termination of a monu-
mental axis. Light, softened and
diffused by the great inverted
cone of the ceiling, pervades the
entire space.
The chapel, lighted by a single
deep well at the high-domed
ceiling, is a tall cylinder — re-
lieved by sculpture and deep-
tone tapestry at the Bema.
In the relWous school, 10
modern classrooms will be pro-
vided to accommodate students..

size, and oriented to screen the

Rehearsals are now in progress playground .from Southfield Rd.
for the coming season. For and to allow good natural light-
further information call Mr. ing in the classrooms.
The kindergarten and nursery
Frobman at DI 1-3776.

—Adv.

In a ceremony believed to be
unique in this area, Temple Is-
rael .will install Cantor Harold
Orbach at Sabbath Eve services
8:30 p.m. Sept. 14.
According, tb Leslie R. Sch-
mier, Temple president, the
ceremony will serve to point up
the important role played by
the cantor in the Jewish service
of worship.
At the service, messages of
greetings and welcome will be

extended by Schmier and by

Dr.. Leon Fram and Rabbi M.
Robert Syme, spiritual leaders
of Temple Israel.
In response, Cantor Orbach
will present a "Sermon in
Song," which will be comprised
of liturgical music for the
Temple.
All are welcome to attend
the service and a social hour to
follow in the Temple's Leon
Fram Hall.

LOWEST. PRICES

Auditions are being held every
Monday evening between 8 and
10 p.m. for the next several
weeks at the Mumford High
School, Room 123, for the Don The classrooms are generous in

Frohman Chorus.

Temple Israel Will Install Cantor Orbach

will be furnished with many

Y ou are Inytted...

THE OCCASION: The formal presentation by our

movement of the Morris L. Schaver Memorial
Project in Israel to Chavera Emma Schaver and

Isaac.

THE DATE: Wednesday, September 12th, 1962

THE TIME: 8:30 P.M.

THE PLACE: The Morris L. Schaver Auditorium at
the Labor Zionist Institute, 19161 Schaefer at

W. Seven Mile Road

WHO'S INTERESTED: You, your family, every mem-

ber of the Labor Zionist Movement, your friends

THERE'S MORE: Joining us in paying tribute to our

late beloved Chaver Schaver will be

RABBI CHARLES S. SHULMAN of Riverdale
Temple, New York Noted Speaker and Author
of Many Books and Close Friend of our Move-
ment.

and

MASHA BENYA, One of the Best Interpreters
of Israeli and Jewish Folk Music.

Accompanied by REBECCA FROHMAN at the

Piano.

WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW: A social hour

will follow the program. There will be no charge.

WHO'S SPONSORING THE EVENT:

Farband Labor Zionist Order

Habonim — Labor Zionist Youth

Labor Zionist Organization of America

Pioneer Women

In Cooperation with the Jewish National Fund

leading educators.
In addition, there will be a new
Study for the rabbi, administra-
tive offices, a library and board
room. Part of the present facili-
ties will be altered to create a
youth hall. This will be a space
with its own separate entrance,
large enough to accommodate all
youth activities, and will have a
snack bar.
The use of any one section
functions separate and apart
from the others so that no inter-
ruptions or interferences impose
upon the operational spheres of
the other sections,
The administration wing is
located just off the lobby, but

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visually screened by the curving
wall of the sanctuary. A screened
patio between the rabbi's office
and the library provides for

simple expansion, and meanwhile
affords a pleasant, secluded out-
door lounge area for the library.
The administration wing bridges
between the sanctuary-social hall
lobby and the school wing, facili-
tating administration of each
area.
The school wing and play-
ground are well isolated from
the sanctuary and social hall,
and have student access at the
north boundary of the site. Off
the screened vestibule overlook-
ing the pool, with its double
symbol of the tree and the rock,
lies a bridal room and a small
breakfast alcove for the morning
minyan. This serves also as a
chamber for the wedding sweet
table,

Sylvan Ginsburgh
Named Principal of
Kasle Hebrew School

The United Hebrew Schools
announces the appointment of
Sylvan J. Ginsburgh as princi-
pal of the Kasle Hebrew High
School and coordinator of work
for the Mittleshule, Leadership
Teachers Training Institute and
Adult School of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Ginsburgh garnered his de-
grees in California and Phila-
delphia and spent five years in
Israel, during one of which he
pursued post-graduate study.
Prior to has appointment
here, he was headmaster of the
Solomon Schecter in Philadel-
phia. Earlier, as educational di-
rector for nine years of the
Park Synagogue School in
Cleveland, he was responsible
for 2,400 children, plus an adult
education program and day

camp.
Prior to that, Ginsburgh held
positions of director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
Camden, N.J., and superinten-
dent of Jewish education in the
Southern Illinois Federation.

Cong. Bnai Jacob
Plans Groundbreaking
Ceremonies Sept. 23

Cong. Bnai Jacob • will hold
public groundbreaking cere-
monies for its new building —
the first in its 50-year-history —
1 p.m. Sept. 23 at 20470 Hubbell.
Among the notables included
in the hour-long program will
be Judge Nathan Kaufman. Build-
ing committee chairman for the

Orthodox synagogue is Sam Lev-
ine.

Cong. Gemiluth Chassotlim

19371 Greenfield at Vassar — BR 2-3906

Is Happy To Invite Friends and Neighbors
As Their Welcome Guests
To An

In Honor of Completing Their New,
Attractive, Air-Conditioned

SANCTUARY
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, at 2 P.M.

SEATS ARE AVAILABLE FOR
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Sundays 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Evenings 7-9 p.m.

FOR INFORMATION CALL

BR 2-3906 — UN 4-7040

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

Corner Ten Mile and Kenosha
Oak Park, Michigan

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A limited number of seats are available for

THE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Worship in the beautiful Air-Conditioned Sanctuary
10 Mile Road at Kenosha, Oak Park

NEW MEMBERS WELCOMED
Fun Program of Spiritual and Cultural Enrichment

Facilities Available for weddings, banquets and meetings

Registration for Religious School ,

(for children ages 4-16)
Being accepted now
For further information call or visit

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

Ll 8-9000

JO 4-6452

Office Hours Daily 9-5; Sunday 9-3

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