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November 23, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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Rabbis Plan Sermons to Honor Dr. Finkelstein

The Conservative Rabbis of
Michigan will honor the Dec. 3
visit of the Chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
by delivering the following Sab-
bath sermons on Conservative
Judaism:

Nov. 23, Rabbi A. Irving Schnip-
per, of Beth Moses Synagogus, will
speak on "Conservation of Judism."
• Nov. 24, Rabbi Moses Lehrman of
Bnai Moshe, "A Citadel of Jewish
Learning."
Dec. 1, "Not the Middle of the
Road but the High Road" will be
delivered by Rabbi Morris Adler at
the Shaarey Zedek.
Dec. 1, "American Judaism Has A
Future" will be the topic of Rabbi
Benj. H. Gorrelick at Beth Aaron.
Dec. 1, "The Most Important Jew-
ish Address in America" is the topic
chosen by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of
Adas Shalom.

Paying tribute to the Diamond
Jubilee of the founding of Con-
servative Judaism and its chan-
cellor will also be Rabbi Milton
Arm of Ahavas Achim, Rabbi Is-
rael Goodman of Bnai Israel of
Pontiac, Rabbi Mordecai Halpern
of Beth Shalom and the Livonia
Jewish Congregation.
In the outstate Michigan com-
munities the following Friday
night sermons will be delivered:

Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, presents to Sol Eisenberg, Detroit in-
dustrialist, the scroll which accompanied the Louis Marshall
Memorial Medal conferred upon Eisenberg for his "continuing
effort to further the spiritual, cultural and ethical well-being
of the Jewish community." The ceremony took place at a
Seminary dinner in honor of Chief Justice Earl Warren at the
Americana Hotel, New York, Nov. 11.

Gemiluth Chassodim
Sisterhood Presents
Anniversary Concert

Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim Sis-
terhood will celebrate its 20th
anniversary with. a concert 8 p.m.
Dec. 2 at the synagogue, 19371
Greenfield.
Featured will be Cantor Reu-
ven Frankel, Penina Frankel,
chalil; - Betty
Kowalsky, pi-
ano; and Jer-
o m e Stasson,
violin. The
program will
consist of can-
torial and mod-
ern Israeli mu-
sic, as well as
works by Schu-
m a n, Mozart
and Sarti.
In addition
to providing
support for fa-
cilities at the
synagogue, the Frankel
Sisterhood sponsors youth pro-
grams and services.
Chairman for the concert. is
Mrs. 0. Kaufman. Co-chairthan is
Mrs. J. Wildstrom. The public is
invited. For tickets, call EL
6-2339.

Orthodox Women,
Mikvah Israel Will
Hear Rabbi Weiberger

Rabbi Bernard Weinberger of
Young Israel of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
will be the guest speaker at the
annual dinner of the Mikvah
Israel and Women's Orthodox
League to be held 6:30 p.m. Dec.
2 at the Young Israel of North-
west Detroit, 17376 Wyoming.
Rabbi Weinberger is vice-pres-
ident of the Council of Young
Israel Rabbis, a consultant of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
New York City and a member
of the staff of Rabbi Yaakov Yo-
seph Yeshivah. He is a past
president of the Rabbinical Al-
liance of America.

For reservations, call Mrs. H.
Cohen, WE 3-8799. Co-chairmen
for the affair are Marvin Selig-
son and Joseph Spitzer.

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Ann Arbor, Beth Israel, Rabbi
Harold White's address is entitled
"Solomon Shechter—The Awakening
of a Historical Consciousness in Is-
rael;" Benton Harbor, Bnai Sholom,
Dr. Y. I. Dick—"Challenge and Op-
portunities of Conservative Juda-
ism."

Bay City, Temple Israel, Dr. Josef
Kratzenstein—"Modern Jewish Schol-
arship."

The Michigan Patrons Society City Club at 6:30 p.m., at which
of the ,Jewish Theological Semi- dietary laws will be strictly ob-
nary of America will tender a served.
reception to Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein on Dec. 3 at the Standard
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Beth Yehudah PTA
Holds Package Party

Beth Yehudah Day School
PTA will have a package party
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west Young Israel, 17376 Wyo-
ming.
The program for the evening
will be a musicale, featuring
Sharon Burg, Toby Burg, Debby
Hertz and Reva Bakst, students
of Beth Yehudah. Prizes and re-
freshments will be served. Mrs.
Kurt Hertz is chairman. Friends
are invited.

Beth Aaron USY Will
Hold 'Bellboy' Hop

Beth Aaron Synagogue's Se-
nior USY Chapter will present
a "record hop" featuring Dave
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WJBK radio, and guest record-
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the Beth Aaron social hall,
18000 Wyoming. Tickets - may be
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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay; Novemb er 23, 19 62

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