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September 21, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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Ground-Breaking Sunday for New
Sanctuary of Cong. Bnai Jacob

Rabbi Isaac Stollman
to Speak to Mizrachi

Mizraehi will hold its first
board meting of the season 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the office of
the organization, 17596 Wyom-
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, former
national president of the Relig-
ious Zionists of America, will
report on the World Mizrachi
Conference in Jerusalem, to
which he was an American dele-
Plans for the coming year's
Cong. Bnai Jacob, which was years, according to Louis No- activities and a proposed mass
started in the early 1900's and sanchuk, president and Samuel rally in memory of the late
merged with the Eight Mile Rd. Rosenberg, chairman of build- Rabbi Yehuda Leib Maimon will
be discussed.
Synagogue, cordially invites the ing committee.
Jewish community to the
The committee in charge of
ground-breaking of its fifth the ground-breaking exercises
sanctuary, 1 p.m. Sunday at include Sam Levine, chairman Cong. Beth Abraham
20470 Hubbell.
and Jay Bodzin, Jacob Nosan- Increases School Staff
Many local and national offi- chuk, Sol Nosbaum and Charles
Rabbi Israel Halpern and
cials will be present at services Vikser, co-chairmen.
Frank Leiderman, educational
marking the construction of the
The congregation was pre- director of Cong. Beth Abra-
first synagogue to be built with- viously located in the Brewster ham, announce the Religious
in the city of Detroit in many area, at Hastings and Rivard, School offers a program for chil-
on Oakland and most recently, dren from 4 to 17. There is a
on Linwood at Richton, accord. special program for teenagers
Rabbi Stollman
ing to Samuel Rosenberg, chair- 15 to 17. The staff includes Dr.
man of the building committee. Leon Burg, Mrs. Miriam Gold-
Elected Chairman of
Refreshments will be served man, Miss Reva Hausman, Mr.
Mizrachi Beth Din
following the ceremonies.
and Mrs. Elliot Steiman and
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, honor-
Cantor Israel Fuchs.
ary chairman of the Religious Rabbi Ernst Conrad
The Youth Commission, led
Zionists of America who was its
by Willie Opperer, has a varied
first president, was elected Assumes Duties at
program consisting of arts and
chairman of the Honorary Beth Temple Beth Jacob
Sabbath services, leader-
Din of the World Organization
for teenagers and
Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad has
of Mirrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi.
a variety of other activities. The
He recently returned from Is- arrived from Baltimore to as- personnel who lead the youth
rael where he was a delegate to sume his duties as the spiritual program are Moshe Grossbart,
the 60th year anniversary world leader of the Reform Jewish Mrs. Miriam Goldman, Dr. Leon
conference of the organization. congregation, Temple Beth Burg and Milton Mutchnick.
in Pontiac.
Rabbi Stollman stated here Jacob

■ ■
Prior to the appointment,

shortly after his return that the Rabbi
Conrad had served con-
arrival of large numbers of im- gregations
in Hagerstown, Md.; I
migrants and their placement Winston-Salem,
N. C. and Balti-
continues to tax Israel of its
Having taken his B.A. degree
At the same time, he re-
Classics at the Unversity of
ported, "it is the Diaspora that in
he completed his I
now looks to Israel for assist- Cincinnati,
rabbinical studies at the He-
ance. There is a great demand brew
Union College in Cincin- I
for rabbis, shochtim and educa- nati, where
he received his Mas-
tors in many countries."
ter of Hebrew Letters Degree
Rabbi Stollman said delegates and
was ordained as a rabbi in
to the conference presented
alarming reports of "unchecked 1947.
During his residence in Bal-
assimilation and a bleak future timore,
Conrad pursued
for the Jewish youth of their graduate Rabbi
work at Johns Hop-
towards his
One of the highlights of the kins University
in ancient Near-Eastern I
parley, said Rabbi Stollman, Ph.D
and Semitic languages.
was a resolution to devote as history
and Mrs. Conrad and 1
much assistance as possible to their young
son, Josef, are es-
end the assimilation tendency tablished at their
residence, 59 I
in Diaspora.
S. Genesee.


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Rosh Hashanah'sLateness in 5723

Rosh Hashanah occurs late
this year — on Sept 29 and 30.
But it will be even later on 1967,
when the first day of the Jewish
New Year will be on Oct. 5.
It was on Oct. 5 also in 1929.
Here are some of the other late
First Days of Rosh Hashanah in
the last 71 years:
1891, Oct. 3; 1894, Oct. 1;
1897, Sept. 27; 1902, Oct. 2;
1905, Sept. 30; 1910, Oct. 4;
1913, Oct. 2; 1916, Sept. 28;

1921, Oct. 3; 1924, Sept. 29;
1927, Sept. 27; 1931, Oct. 1;
1935, Sept. 28; 1940, Oct. 3;
1943, Sept. 30; 1948, Oct. 4;
1951, Oct. 1; 1954, Sept. 28;
1959, Oct. 3; 1962, Sept. 29;
1965, Sept. 27.
In 1963, the first day of Rosh
Hashanah will be on Sept. 19
and in 1964 on Sept. 7 — the
latter to be one of the earliest
Jewish New Year days on the
civic calendar.


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Temple Players Sets
Tryout Dates For
"Thurber Carnival"



The Temple Players of Tem-
ple Beth El is looking for 30
men and women to take roles I
in its first production of the -sea- I
son, "Thurber Carnival." Try-
outs will be held 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
No experience is necessary,
according to John Franklin,
president of the Players. People
of every age and type are
needed. Director will be Morton
Zieve. Production Manager is
Irving Rubin.
Rehearsals are scheduled to
begin in mid-October with pro- I
duction set for the first two I
weekends in December.



$10,000 in Israel Bonds
Bought by Denver Bank
The Central Bank and Trust
Company of Denver purchased
$10,000 in State of Israel Bonds I
to promote Israel's program for
economic development.
Elwood M. Brooks, chairman
of the bank's Board, stated that
it wished not only to aid Israel's
economy, but also to pay tribute I
to Dr. Adolph Kiesler, Denver's
foremost Jewish leader and
Colorado's standard-bearer in
all civic and humanitarian ef-
forts for many years, who will
be honored at a state-wide din-
ner in Denver Oct. 15, when
Governor Stephen L. R. Mc-
Nichols will proclaim him
"Colorado's Man of the Cen-

Cordially gn,vites

rabbis, presidents and congregants of the Jewish Community

to participate in the historic event of the ground-breaking

exercises of their new sanctuary

1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 23rd


20470 Hubbell

Ground-Breaking Exercises
Sam Levine, Chairman
Jay Bodzin
Jacob Nosanchuk
Sol Nusbaum
Charles Vikser

Louis Nosanchuk, President
Sam Rosenberg, Chairman Bldg.

Refreshments will be served


The community is invited to worship with us during the coming High
Holy Days in the air-conditioned Detroit Artillery Armory,
15000 W. 8 Mile Rd. Seats are: Adults, $12.00; Youths, $6.00.

Tickets May Be Purchased Daily (except Friday) 7-9 p.m.;
Sunday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., 20470 Hubbell.

For further information

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