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November 30, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-30

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Italian Jewish Patriot
Isacco Artom, a 19th century
Italian patriot, served as secre-
tary to Cavour, leader in the
struggle for Italian independ-
ence. In 1877 Artom became
the first Jew to serve in the
Italian Senate.

Young Israel Council of Detroit Adopts Senior Citizen Program

The Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, at its an-
nual meeting held last Sunday
in its Oak Woods branch, elect-
ed Rabbi Samuel H. Prero,
spiritual leader of Young Israel
of Northwest
Nt k,„irk,
Detroit, as the
president of
the Metropoli-
Council.
The Council
is comprised
of four branch-
es in Detroit
and the sub-
urbs. It co-
ordinates t h e
Rabbi Prero efforts of
Young Israel in the areas of
adult education, youth activi-
ties and in its relationships to
the Detroit community.
Erry Loewenthal, outgoing
president of the Council, an-
nounced that the Council would
this year embark on a Senior
Citizen Housing Program. He
stated that at the request of
the Council, Rabbi Prero head-
ed a group on gerontology and
geriatrics.
This research has shown that
there is a great need for hous-
ing for retirees and senior citi-
zens in the Detroit area. Con-
tact has been made with the
Detroit Housing Commission, as
well as other governmental
agencies.
A survey is also being made
to determine - whether retirees
would be interested in part-time
voluntary work. The Council is
considering the establishment
of such a work unit for retirees
who are interested in engaging
in from two to four hours of
purposeful activity daily. Men
or women desirous of receiving

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Charles T. Gellman, president
of Young Israel of Greenfield;
Hillel L. Abrams, president of
Young Israel of Detroit; Nor-
man B. Sukenic, president of
Young Israel of Northwest De-
troit, and Ithamar Koenigsberg,
Enjoy the
newly-elected secretary of the
FEZ-tival of FUNI
Council.
Other officers elected were
David Bodzin, vice-president,
and David Greenbaum, treas-
is being read, God is speak-
urer.
ing to them. We earnestly
An advisory committee on the
hope that this booklet will
enable them to listen to God's Senior Citizen Program consists
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Levine,
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Featuring the revised edition
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ROMWELL
Council
of
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of
Detroit;
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further information concerning ing Rabbi Prero in the Senior
this • program may contact Citizen Program consists of
Loewenthal, David I.' Berris,
Young Israel at UN 1-7691.
The executive committee aid- past president of Oak-Woods;

Adas Shalom Publishes Revised
`Pirkei Ha-Humash' as Biblical
Reading Texts for Young People

"To fulfill the actual needs
of teenagers during Torah read-
ing periods of their service on
all regular Sabbaths of the
year," Congregation Adas Sha-
lom has issued a new and re-
vised third edition of "Pirkei
Ha-Humash."
Edited by Noam Shudofsky,
this abbreviated volume con-
tains the spiritual content of
each Sidrah.
Because of the limited scope
of the youth's Sabbath services,
which does not allow for the
reading of the entire Scriptural
portion of the week, the first
vital selection of each Sidrah
has been inserted, with an ad-
equate number of verses for at Safety Harbor Spa
least three "aliyot."
in Florida Expands
The selections in this inter-
Yoel Eisen, member of the
esting book, the publication of
which was made possible by Association of American Spas,
the Ronnie Posen Youth Fund, announced the dedication of a
in memory of Ronnie Posen new building as part of an ex-
was an active leader in pansion program at the Safety
who
Adas Shalom youth activities, Harbor Spa, Safety Harbor, Fla.
The Safety Harbor Spa builds
are in Hebrew.
Appended to each Scriptural its entire activities around min-
selection is a Midrashic com- eral springs.
Eighteen years ago, Salem H.
ment or a narrative summary
Baranoff and his wife, Lisa,
of the Sidrah, in English.
Rudolph Shulman is chair- came to Safety Harbor from
man of the Adas Shalom ritual New York State, where they
committee which supervised the owned and operated a restorium.
Their ideas of diet and guest
publication of this volume.
welfare were transferred to this
By means of these "Pirkei
new setting and have flourished
Ha-Humash," youngsters par-
ticipating in the youth services since.
Baranoff and Eisen act as
are 'able to become more inti- managing directors. William E.
mately acquainted with the Berkey, M.D. is medical direc-
Bible and are introduced to ad- tor.
equate interpretations.
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In a foreword to this volume, rooms, individual diets, hot min-
min-
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal pays trib- eral baths, and physiotherapy,
ute to the memory of Ronnie The Spa also provides a corn-
Posen and makes this comment plete entertainment program.
on the 84-page book:
The program is under the direc-
"When our children recite tion of Mrs. Dorothy Wilder.
their prayers, they are speak-
ing to God; when the Torah

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