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October 26, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 26, 1962

Temple Beth El to Take Active Role
at Federation Convention in Baltimore

"Brotherhood Opportunities"
will be the theme of the 19th
biennial convention of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods and the Jewish
Chautauqua Society Nov. 8-11 at
the Lord Baltimore Hotel in
Baltimore.
The Men's Club of Temple
Beth El will be represented at
the convention by Dr. Iriving
I. Edgar, president; Aubrey H.
Ettenheimer, treasurer, and a
member of the executive board

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of NFTB; and Nathan B. Car-
roll, co-chairman of the Jewish
Chautauqua Society Committee.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will be
the principal speaker at the
convention luncheon on Nov.
11, and Irving I. Katz, execu-
tive secretary, will speak at the
session on Nov. 8.
The Men's Club of Temple
Beth El will be honored at
the convention with a Gold
Key Award in recognition of
achieving 157 per cent of its
quota for the ,Jewish Chautau-
qua Society.

Temple Beth El
Lectures Feature
Noted Scholars

The Temple Beth El Scholar
Series will present Rabbi Stuart
E. Rosenberg on "The Amer-
ican City; Triple Ghetto or
Triple Melting Pot" 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Temple.
Theme of the lecture series,
to which the public is invited,
is "Urban Challenges to JeWish
Life."
Rabbi Rosenberg is spiritual
leader of Beth Tzedec Congre-

Turover Aid Society,
Ezras Achim to Pay
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Albert Elazar, superintendent
of the United Hebrew Schools,
will speak at the first meeting
of the parent-teacher organiza-
tion of the Adas Shalom Branch,
United Hebrew Schools, 12:30
p.m. Monday. The theme will be
the "three day-a-week" Hebrew
school experimental program at

Adas Shalom.
Mrs. Blanche Klar, president,
will introduce the speaker.
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum,
principal of the school, will in-
troduce the teachers. Mrs. So-
phie Lupovitch and a social
committee will serve at tea. The
public invited.

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Cong. Bnai Zion
to Install Officers
New officers of Cong. Bnai
Zion, Nine Mile and Avon, will
be installed after morning serv-
ices on Saturday by Nathan
Wolok. Officers are Morris
Snow, president; Irving Zaks,
vice-president; Morris Tyner,
gabbai; Jacob Fishman, treas- Rabbi Rosenberg Rabbi Klein
urer. A kiddush will follow the
installation.
gation in Toronto, Ont., the
largest Jewish congregation in
Canada. He is a prolific author,
lecturer and 'syndicated column-
ist.
Presiding at Monday's lecture
will be Dr. Richard C. Hertz,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
El.
Other lectures in the series
will feature Maurice Samuel,
noted author, on Nov. 5; and
Rabbi Edward Klein, spiritual
leader of the Stephen Wise
Free Synagogue in New York
City, on Nov. 12.

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Elazar to Address Adas Shalom PTO;

The Turover Aid Society and
'Cong. Ezras Achim will honor
Nathan Samet as "Man of the
Year" at a testimonial banquet
Monday evening at Jericho
Temple.
A member
of both the
Society and
the Congrega-
tion, Samet
has been
chosen for the
tribute "in
r e cognition
for his untir-
ing efforts on
behalf of the
Society and
Samet
Jewry in general."
The announcement was made
by Nathan Korby, Society presi-
dent, and Isidor Sosnick, presi-
dent of Cong. Ezras Achim.
Samet is a member of the
board of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society and is active in
the Farband, Labor Zionist
Movement, as well as the Pin-
sker, Bereznitzer and Radomer
Aid Societies. He is co-chair-
man of the Ghetto Fighters Mu-
seum in Israel.

Oak-Woods Young
Israel Has Varied
Program for Youth

Rabbi Nissim Hayward, youth
director of the Young Israel
Center of Oak Woods, an-
nounced that the fall program
of activities is now in full
session at the Center.
He invites young people in
the area to join in the varied
activities. The program includes
a bowling league and clubs for
both boys and girls aged 10-15
on Sundays at 1 p.m.
On Tuesday afternoons, 4-6
p.m., there are indoor and out-
door games such as ping pong,
checkers, c h e s s, basketball,
shuffleboard and boxing instruc-
tion.
On Saturday afternoons, there
are Oneg Shabbat groups for
singing, dancing and story-tell-
ing for youngsters 4-12 at 3 p.m.
At 4 p.m., there is a teen group
of boys and girls.
All activities are held at the
Center building, 24061 Coolidge.
For information, call LI 6-6662.








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