TEMPLE BETH JACOB OF PONTIAC: At Sabbath services 8:30
p.m. today, Rabbi Conrad will speak on "Aaron and Moses —
Priest and Prophet."
TEMPLE ISRAEL: At Sabbath services 8:30 p.m. today, Dr. Fram
will speak on "The Deed," by Gerold Frank. The Bar Mitzvah
of Ronald Evan Goldman will be observed. At services 11 a.m.
Saturday, the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Howard Borkin will be
CONG. BETH MOSES: Sabbath services 7 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Scimipper will speak on "The Priestly Bless-
ing." The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Cohen will be observed.
TEMPLE BETH AM: At Sabbath services 8:30 p.m. today, David
Jesse! of the Jewish Theological Seminary will speak.
CONG. SHAAREY SHOMAYIM: Sabbath services 7:45 p.m. today
and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Goldman will speak on "To Be
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS: Sabbath services 7:55 p.m.
today and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Sperka will speak on "Gate
of Humility." The Bar Mitzvah of Louis Feldman and Allan
Vernick will be observed.
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL: Sabbath services 7:30 p.m. today
and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Prero will speak on "The Inex-
CONG. BETH EL: Vesper services 5:30 p.m. today. At Sabbath
services 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Dr. Hertz will speak on "The
Meaning of the Priestly Blessing." The Bar Mitzvah of John
Redfield, Jr., will be observed.
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Sabbath services 7:15 p.m. today and 8:30
a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Philip Jaffe and Neil
Lefton will be observed.
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services 6:30/ p.m. today
and 8:30 a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Jeffrey Neil
Kramer and Robert Bernstein will be observed.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK: Sabbath services 6. p.m. today and
9 a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Howard Buten and
Ronald Hoffman will be observed.
CONG. BETH SHALOM: Sabbath services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Elliot Mazur and Michael
Stein will be observed.
CONG. BETH JOSEPH: Sabbath services 7:30 p.m. today and 9
a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzvah of Eddie Ceresnie will be ob-
BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services 7 p.m. today
and 8:40 a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Richard Schreier
and Richard Last will be observed.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: At Sabbath services 8:15 p.m. today, He-
brew School graduation ceremonies will take place.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Sabbath services 7 p.m. today and 8:45
CONG. AHAVAS ACHIM: Sabbath services 7:45 p.m. today and
8:40 a.m. Saturday.
ADAS SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services 6 p.m. today
and 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Congregation Atlas Shalom Elects
Norman Allan Synagogue Pres.
Norman Allan has been Milton Weiss and William Zim-
elected president of Cong. Adas merman.
Members of the cemetery
Shalom. The executive officers
board of Adas Shalom's North-
committee includes Harry J. : west Hebrew Memorial Park
Goldberg, Ru- are Louis E. Barden, Louis Cor-
dolph Shul- man, Charles H. Charlip, David
man, vice- Dunsky, Nathan R. Epstein,
presiden t s ; David Galin, Max H. Goldsmith,
Julius E.; Arthur Gellman, Ben Goldberg,
Allen, David, Joseph Katchke, Sam Katkin,
J. Miller, sec- Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Harold
retaries; Morrison, Emil Neuvirth, Al-
Frank E. bert Posen, Arthur Schultz,
Holtzman,1 Daniel Shapiro, H. Alvin
treasurer; Shapiro and George Spoon.
at-arms; Judge Rabbis to Declare
Ira G. Kaufman
honorary president; Irwin I. Race Relations
Cohn, Abe Kasle and Morris
Stand in Synagogues
Sukenic, honorary trustees.
Synagogue trustees are Her- NEW YORK (JTA)—The posi-
t of the Jewish community on
man S. Avrin, Dr. Louis Beresh, tion
Max Biber, Charles H. Charlip
, race relations will be read in
Louis Corman, Norman Cottler, synagogues throughout the
David Dunsky, Nathan R. Ep- United States, it was announced
stein, Samuel Frankel, Arthur by Rabbi Julius Mark, president
Gellman, Nathan Goldin, Max j of the Synagogue Council of
H. Goldsmith, Harry N. Gross- America, which comprises the
man, Samuel Hechtman, Abra- rabbinical and congregational
ham Hoptinan, Jonathan D. organizations of the three
Hyams, Kopel I. Kahn, Jack H. j branches of American religious
— Orthodox, Conservative
Kaufman, J. Maurice Kam, Sam ' Jewry
Katkin, Samuel A. K a yn e, and Reform.
The constituent members of
erome Keywell, Alex Kushner,
Manny Lax, Nicholas Lazar, ;the Synagogue Council have des-
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, Jack ignated this Saturday as the
Malamud, Mrs. Ben Morgan- 1day on which t h e statement
roth, Harold Morrison, Emil 1 would be read in the synagogues.
Neuvirth, Albert Posen, Mal- The statement emphasizes that
colm L. Rivkin, Harry Rudack, "the ethical preachments of the
Louis Rose, Gerald Rosen- prophets of Israel are universal
bloom, David Safran, Arthur and applicable to every human
Schultz, Samuel S. Simmer, being regardless of race, religion
George Spoon, Dr. Louis J. or creed." It stresses that
Stillman, Jack Sylvan, Allan - L. "racism has no place in Jewish
Waller, Louis L. Weinstein, belief or practice."
Rabbi Sturm Will
Touro Synagogue Appoints Committee
Address Banquet of
for Iii-Centennial Rededication Program
Young Israel Branches
Judge Alexander G. Teitz, of Newport. It was named
David S. B o d z i n, general
chairman of the Young Israel
annual banquet, in which all
the branches of Young Israel
will participate, announces that
reservations for the affair will
be accepted until Thursday and
that master of ceremonies for
the evening will be Mr. Erry S.
The banquet will be held
Sunday evening at Young Israel
of Northwest Detroit. It will
feature the Troubador Trio,
headed by Frank Paul, and
Rabbi Ephraim H. Sturm, na-
tional director of the National
Council of ,Young Israel,• as
speaker. The proceeds of the
affair will be used to further
the youth 'activities of the or-
ganization. Branch delegates to
the banquet committee include,
Ben Weinstock of Greenfield,
Erry S. Loewenthal of Oak-
Woods; Hillel L. Abrams of
Dexter and Milton Duchan of
Rabbi Joshua Sperka, spiri-
tual leader of Greenfield, will
deliver the invocation, and
Rabbi Samuel H. Pr e r o, of
Northwest Detroit, will intro-
duce the guest speaker.
president of the Society of honor of the patriot and mer-
chant prince of Colonial clays,
Friends of Touro Synagogue,
Judah Touro, whose interests
announced the appointment of included the construction of
the national committees which the Bunker Hill monument
will lead in the observance of amcng many other philanthrop-
the bi-centennial rededication ic causes in our ,then fledgling
program of the Touro Syna- republic.
gogue of Newport, R. I.
A series of programs are now
The synagogue, a national being planned for the entire
historic shrine, is under the year, with a re-dedication ser-
aegis of the National Parks De- vice to be held in Newport at
partment of the Federal De- the synagogue June 23. The
partment of the Interior. Be- guest speaker will be Jacob
ginning June 1, and continuing Blaustein of Baltimore.
for a year, it will celebrate the
200th anniversary of its dedica-
tion in 1763.
The personnel of the national
committees announced by
Judge Teitz are: Senators John
0. Pastore and Claiborne Pell,
Representative John E. Fogarty
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and Fernand J. St. Germain,
and Governor John H. Chafee,
all of Rhode Island, as nation-
al co-chairmen, and Dr. Cornel-
ius Moore of Newport, Rhode
Island, noted attorney and his-
torian, as Associate National
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The synagogue, the oldest re-
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ligious edifice in the United
States in continuous use, was
built in 1763 to serve the then
20522 Livernois at 8 Mile, Detroit
flourishing Jewish Community
An Open Letter
to the Jewish Community of Greater Detroit:
Most of you are aware, as I am, of the shifting neighborhoods in the
city of Detroit. As a result, there has been a wave of. selling of synagogues.
The trend has been to relocate these synagogues, particularly in the sub-
urbs. In several instances staggering amounts of money have been spent
for new places to worship in. I will not go into detail here as to the merit
of such enterprises.
My concern is for and with the smaller congregations. They seem
inclined to follow the lead of the big ones. They, too, are thinking in
terms of building new synagogues to replace the dislocated ones. Or, fail-
ing in this, to re-locate in stores. I question the necessity of wisdom of
this. It is a fact that several of the existing congregations are now hard
put to attract- a "minian" for their daily morning or afternoon services.
Or both. Let us remedy this situation.
As President of the Congregation Beth Joseph (Rizhiner Shul), I - put
forth this proposition: We invite you, who are presently without syna-
gogues, whether as single worshipers or collectively as a congregation, to
join us. The Congregation Beth Joseph is conveniently located in north-
west Detroit, at 18450 Wyoming. Though moderate in size, it is con-
structed beautifully, and offers complete accommodations.. It is unique
among synagogues in that it is free of any mortgage; there are no assess-
ments of any kind to members; maintenance costs are kept to a minimum.
Moreover our's is a prosperous congregation in an even more important
respect: we have shaharith and minchah-maariv services that are always
attended in large numbers. Sabbath services are stimulating and inspiring.
To you, worthy rabbis and officials of the dislocated synagogues, we extend
this opportunity to become an integral part of it all. No strings attached.
The Rizhiner Shul has played an important role in the Jewish religious
life of Detroit for the past 50 years. It is well known, I'M sure, that our
doors have always been open to the .indigent. Seats for the High Holidays
are always available, free, to those who wish to worship. No Jewish boy
and his parents will ever be denied the simchah of a Bar Mitzvah because
of lack of financial means. Beth Joseph provides its facilities, without
charge, and contributes a substantial Kiddush. All of this is accomplished
without any embarrassment to the families involved. It is in this spirit
that I convey my message, and look forward to discuss these matters per-
sonally with you.
Beth Joseph, Anshei Rizhin