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December 21, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-21

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Month of Mourni ng Is Proclaimed Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch a 'Restless Force'
for Rabbi Kotler; Drive Launched
By RICHARD APTEKAR
to remain for the entire eve Lake. Enrollment last year to-

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Rabbi David B. Hollander of
I taled 60 girls and 100 boys.
peals and campaigns during this New York, in an address to the ning because of illness.
Feinberg also introduced
Rabbi A. Kazarnovsky, na-
month shall be given to assure Merk-os L'Inyonei Chinuch Mon-
the existence of Beth Medrash day night at the Rainbow Ter- Harry Schumer, chairman of the tional chairman for schools in
Govoha, the crowning achieve- race, challenged the gathering vocational schools, who in turn Israel, spoke about the Cha-
ment of the great Torah sage." to meet responsibilities in win- presented a plaque to Judge Ira bad youth education program
in Israel. Kazarnovsky is the
Many communities have al- ning back strayed Jews through- Kaufman, honored guest.
ready arranged memorial meet- out the world.
rabbi of Cong. Tifereth Is-
In accepting the award for
rael and Cong. Bnai Issac,
ings and have also set up plans
Rabbi Hollander, who is his lifelong devotion to the
both in New York City.
Rabbi E. M. Teitz, Presidium- for the campaign for the Insti- president of the New York education of our youth in the
Rabbi Berel Shem Tov led
spirit of our Jewish heritage,"
member of the Union of Ortho- tute.
The initial step in a simul- Metropolitan Board of Orthodox Kaufman recalled a passage the group in benshen following
dox Rabbis of the United States
Rabbis,
spoke
to
300
guests
at
and Canada, called on Jews taneous campaign among Torah the fifth annual dinner of Mer- from Exodus where the Lord the meal. Isadore Star recited
throughout the country to re- philanthropists and charitable kos L'Inyonei Chinuch, the said to Moses: 'I am that I the blessing before the dinner
frain from festivity (except for foundations, took place this educational arm of the Luba- am. Go unto the children of and Feinberg read a message
Israel and say unto them; I from Rabbi Menachem M.
Hanukah) and devote a few week at the home of Charles vitcher movement.
am that has sent us unto me.' Schneerson of New York.
moments daily to meditation to Bandheim, president of Phil-
He characterized the move-
Entertainment for the event
the great legacy of Torah schol- lips Brothers Chemical Co. and
is something eternal
as a "restless force that in "There
each of us," said Kaufman. was provided by Mischa Misch-
arship and piety that the great Chairman of the Beth Medrash ment
cannot
relax
its
work
in
sage, founder and dean of the Govoha Endowment Fund.
"Time is short on earth for akoff, concertmaster of the De-
Rabbi Kahaneman, dean of strengthening spiritual qualities each of us to carry on the spirit troit Symphony, accompanied
Beth Medrash Govoha in Lake-
of individual Jews whether of the eternal."
by Bernard Katz. The program
wood, N.J., bequeathed to the the Ponovez Seminary and Insti- they
live in Montana, New York
tens of thousands that flocked tutions in Israel, Israeli Ambas- or Israel."
Deeply touched by the group's was arranged by Mrs. Margue-
recognition, Kaufman thanked rite Kozenn Chajes.
to seek his guidance and coun- sador Yaakov Herzog and Irving
"The Jewish people are dis- them for attending the dinner.
Bunim, chairman of the board
sel.
illusioned in Russia and Amer-
Barney Citrin was also hon- Camden Federation
In conjunction with this of Beth Medrash Govoha, called ica, but they are struggling
month of mourning, the three upon the gathered circle of in- to maintain the fires of Juda- ored for his support of Camp Conducts Survey
orthodox rabbinic organiza- timate and devoted friends of ism," he said. "Russian Jews Gan Israel of Michigan, a func-
CAMDEN, N. J., (JTA) —
tion of the Merkos movement
tions, the Union of Orthodox Rabbi Kotler to insure the per- have enormous
tragedy on in Detroit.. Feinberg is chairman The Jewish Federation of Cam-
petuation
of
his
heritage
Rabbis, the Rabbinical Coun-
den County will conduct a popu-
the endowment of Beth one hand and great spiritual of the camping committee.
cil of America and the Rab- through
lation survey of the Jewish
strength on the other. The
Medrash
Govoha.
Feinberg spoke of the camp's
binical Alliance of America,
Rabbi Shneur. Kotler is the Lubavitcher people must kin- successful first year and looked community of Camden County
are spearheading a $1,000,.
dle
the
Hanukah
lights and forward to its second with hope and neighboring areas of Bur-
000 Rabbi Aaron Kotler successor to his illustrious keep them burning
during for even greater community in- lington County. The study will
father
as
dean
of
Beth
Medrash
Memorial Campaign to Govoha.
serve as a guide in future plan-
the entire year."
terest in the camp's program
strengthen and endow the
Hollander was introduced by of combined sports and Hebrew ning for all Federation depart-
Rabbi
Leizer
Levin
is
treas-
Beth Medrash Govoha, the
ments as well as the basis for
Charles Feinberg, who substi-
Institute of Advanced Learn- urer of the local campaign tuted for William Hordes, din- learning. •
planning by the community to
Those
who
wish
to
contribute,
Gan
Israel
is
located
on
a
30-
ing which the sainted Rabbi
ner chairman, who was unable acre site near Fenton on Pine develop a blueprint to meet the
needs of the aged.
Kotler guided for the past 20 may do so through Rabbi Levin,
18681
Indiana,
or
to
the
Coun-
years and from which hun-
cil
of
Orthodox
Rabbis
of
dreds of leading rabbis and
Torah scholars have emanated Detroit, 12244 Dexter.
A memorial meeting for
to serve communities through-
• out the United States, Israel Rabbi Kotler was held here un-
and the far corners of the der the auspices of a number
of religious organizations in the
world.
community. A large gathering
In a joint telegram sent by heard
eulogies delivered by
Rabbi E. M. Teitz for the Union Rabbis Isaac Stollman, Leizer
of Orthodox Rabbis, Rabbi Levi n, Leib Bakst, Moses
Abraham AvRutick, president Rothenberg, Sholom P. Wohl-
of the Rabbinical Council, and gelernter and Saul Goodman, a
Rabbi Meyer Greenberg, pres- former student of Rabbi Kotler.
ident of the Rabbinical Alliance, Among those Detroiters who at-
to the Orthodox Rabbis in the tended Rabbi Kotler's funeral
United States and Canada, it Dec. 2 in Lakewood, N.J., were
was emphasized that "the high- Rabbis Levin, Bakst and
est priority in synagogue ap- Rothenberg.

Rabbinical organizations
leading scholars and seminary
deans have proclaimed a month
of mourning in memory of the
world-renowned scholar Rabbi
Aaron Kotler, whose recent
death stunned the entire Jewish
world.

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Adas Shalom Devotes
Sabbath to Youth

Adas Shalom Synagogue will
devote Sabbath activities to the
youth of the congregation.
Teenagers will conduct the
Sabbath service on Saturday
morning. They are members of
the United Synagogue Youth,
Leaders' Training Fellowship
chapters, Confirmation, Kvut-
zah, Junior and Youth congre-
gations. Jeffrey Tigay, a pre-
rabbinical student completing
his senior year at the Teacher's
Institute of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, will deliver
the sermon.
A luncheon sponsored by the
Ronnie Posen Youth Fund will
follow services. A socio-drama,
"Three Phases of Brotherhood,"
Israeli dancing and singing will
complete the program.
Participants will include
Barry Ulrych, Steven Goldsmith,
Jeffrey Weinstein, Davida Bot-
win, David Marwil, Jonathan
Kaner, Ronald Mirvis, Paul
Schneider, Howard Berris, Deb-
orah Segal, Joel Stillman, Mark
Goldsmith, Charles Berris and
Renee Siegan.

Bronston Wins Award

Producer Samuel Bronston
currently completes "55 Days
to Peking" and prepares "Fall
Just heat 'Wean
of the Roman Empire," both at
the Chamartin Studios in Ma-
'tear family, guests, cheer for drid. For his motion picture
"El Cid," the year's top money
that real Italian flavor created by maker,
he has received in ab-
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender sentia the first Condor Award
little macaroni pies ...filled with given by the Society of Pan-
Culture in California.
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered American
The award was accepted at
With savory tomato sauce and the Beverly Hills Hotel on his
Cheese... seasoned the real Ital- behalf by Charlton Heston
ian way. So much tastier and (bearded for his role as John
the Baptist in "The Greatest
easier than the frozen kind. So Story
Ever Told"). Heston who
much thriftier, too—costs only starred as "El Cid" delivered
the acceptance speech for Bron-
about 15c per serving!
ston in Spanish.

Let's Have a Party!

I'll bring theYita Herring. It's a real party
dish. No work and all pleasure. The tender
herring morsels are ready to serve right from
the jar with crisp onion rings and a fabulous
sauce. There's Vita_Herring in your choice
of tangy sour cream, lightly spiced wine; or
zesty cocktail sauce. They're so delicious
I'll bring a jar of each. What will you bring?
Just yourself—and a hearty appetite!

V I TA

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