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December 21, 1962 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-21

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Many Firsts in New Shaarey Zedek

Service of Dedication Tomorrow;
First Service This Evening; Torahs
Transferred by Thursday's Minyan

While the dedication service Numerous youth and Men's
of the new Shaarey Zedek, at Club programs already have
11-Mile Road and Northwestern been held in the new synagogue.
A dedication dinner will be
Highway, will take place at
Sabbath services, tomorrow, the held Jan. 12. Hyman Safran is
first service in the new syna- chairman • of the dedication
gogue building will be held this planning committee.
evening, at Mincha and Maariv
At the concluding service in
Sabbath Eve services at 4:45 the former synagogue on Chi-
o'clock.
cago and Lawton, last Satur-
Rabbi Morris Adler will day, there was a capacity con-
preach the sermon tomorrow gregation, including a num-
and Rabbi Irwin Groner and ber of pioneer members.
Hazzanim Jacob H. Sonenklar Many wept as the final
and Reuven Frankel will offi- prayer was chanted and as
ciate. The choir will be directed Rabbi Adler pointed to each
item in the structure to which
by Dan Frohman.
the community had become PO
There • are a number of
closely attached.
"firsts" placed on record at
the new synagogue. The. first
The final Minyan at the old
Bar Mitzvah will be that of synagogue is being held this
David Fauman, son of Dr. morning and the last Torah will
and Mrs. S. Joseph Fauman. be moved out after that ser-
The father of the Bar Mitz- vice, and the doors will then be
vah boy was among the first reopened for the Negro Baptist
Bar Mitzvah youths in the church that had acquired the
synagogue that has just been great structure and its adjoin-
abandoned. The Bar Mitzvah ing school building and parking
boy's grandparents, the late lots.
Dr. and Mrs. David S. Fau-
The more than 40 Torahs
- man, were among our distin-
and a number of Scrolls of
guished citizens and were
the Minor Prophets were
leaders in the. Zionist move-
moved yesterday and were
ment.
transferred to the new syna-
The first wedding will be the gogue by the congregants at
coming Sunday evening — that yesterday's Minyan, after the
of the daughter of the architect traditional reading of the
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Torah at the Thursday morn-
ing service.
King.
The new era at Shaarey
The first lecture in the new
synagogue took place last night Zedek commences tonight, and
when Prof. Ernst Simon of the at the dedication service to-
Hebrew University spoke on morrow morning. And while
"A New Approach to the •ible." the transfer is taking place to
Miss Janet Kern, author of the new synagogue that will
"Yesterday's Child," partici- cost in excess of $5,000,000, the
pated, together with Mrs. Adler, Mon HaKodesh in the old syna-
in the first book review session gogue will be transformed into
a baptismal font.
held at the new synagogue.

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Detroit Council of Synagogue Executive
Directors Elects Louis Haber President

Pictured, from left, are members of the Council of Synagogue Executive Directors
of Metropolitan Detroit: Howard Danzig, Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Tzvi Berkal, Beth Aaron
Synagogue; Louis Haber, Adas Shalom Synagogue; Mrs. Kal Gladstone, Temple Emanu-
El; Irving I. Katz, Temple Beth El; Wilbur Stein, formerly of Shaarey Zedek; Frank
L. Simons, Temple Israel; and Nathan Welch, Cong. Bnai Moshe.

From an informal group which executive secretary of Temple who formerly served Cong.
met only irregularly to discuss Emanu-El; and Wilbur Stein, Shaarey Zedek.
mutual problems has emerged a
new community organization
known as the Council of Syna-
gogue Executive Directors of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Its emergence two years ago
as a formal organization em-
bracing seven of the larger De-
troit area congregations serves
to emphasize the growing num-
ber of synagogues that rely on
an executive director to manage
the many details of congrega-
tional administration
The growing number of syna-
gogues with executives is indica-
tive of the growth in the size
of congregations, since very few
small congregations can afford,
or have the need for a full-time
executive.
Realizing, however, that the
problems of all synagogues are
the same, whether large, small
or medium - sized, the Council
of Executive Directors has ar-
ranged, • convened and partici-
pated in several seminars for
lay leaders.
Such subjects have been dis-
cussed as membership and mem-
bership integration, leadership,
the cost of synagogue affilia-
tion, board responsibilities and
finances.
The Council also has cooper-
ated with the Jewish Community
Council in presenting a program
on synagogue budgeting and fi-
nancial planning which was at-
tended by leaders of some 30
local congregations.
Currently in preparation, also
in cooperation with the Commu-
nity Council, is the first Detroit
Synagogue Directory, which will
list the names of all Detroit
area congregations, their loca-
tions, professional staffs, num-
ber of families affiliated, re-
ligious school facilities, year
founded, national affiliation and
other pertinent information.
At its recent election meeting,
the Council elected Louis Haber
of Adas Shalom Synagogue to
serve as president during the
coming year, beginning in Jan-
uary. He succeeds Irving I. Katz
of Temple Beth El, who was the
founding president. Frank L.
Simons of Temple Israel will
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Plan Vacation Events

Mishkan
School students will meet for a
morning of bowling 10:30 a.m.
Dec. 24 at Oak Park Lanes. An
afternoon of movies, cartoons and
refreshments will be held 1 p.m.
Dec. 26 at the synagogue and that
evening children and parents will
attend a Detroit Junior Wings
hockey game. For information on
school activities, call LI 7-1569.

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