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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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ARCHITECT'S PLAN FOR NEW BETH YEHUDAH SCHOOL
* * *
Daniel A. Laven, prominent with six students in its first
Detroit businessman and com- grade. Present enrollment in
munal leader, has been named the elementary, intermediate
chairman of the building com- and high-school divisions of the
mittee for the new Beth Yehu- main center and the Oak Park
dah campus on Ten-and-a-half branch, called Hebrew Acade-
Mile Rd. and Greenfield Rd. my, now numbers 550. In addi-
in Southfield, which will replace ion, Beth Yehudah has some
the present main center of the 300 students in its afternoon
school on Dexter and Sturte- schools.
vant.
Announcement of detailed
The first and oldest Jewish plans for relocation will be
Day School in Detroit, and one made by the new president of
of the largest institutions of its the Yeshivah, Max Biber, at the
kind in the country, is round- annual Beth Yehudah Syna-
ing out 18 years of existence gogue Council dinner to be held
since it began operation on Dex- July 7 at Cong. Shaarey Sho-
ter Blvd. in September, 1945, mayim. Jack J. Carmen has
been named chairman of the
dinner committee. Nathan A.
Rabbi Wohlgelernter
Borinstein and David N. Cohen
will be working with him as
to Address Dinner of
his co-chairmen.
Cong. Shomrey Emunah
At last week's meeting of the
Cong. Shomrey Emunah will Beth Yehudah directors, David
present Rabbi Max J. Wohlgel- J. Cohen chairman of the board,
ernter (Itt a ma r), executive. also appointed the following
secretary of the Chief Rabbi- committee chairmen: tuition,
nate of Israel,w77T ......
Rabbi Chaim Donin and Yehu-
as featured:'
dah El'Chonen; Building main-
speaker at its`'„;"
tenance, Hillel L. Abrams; re-
sixth a n nu alk
location, Joseph D. Cohen;
dinner 6:30
alumni, Jerry I. Saltsman; me-
p.m. Sunday
morials, Rabbi Joshua Sperka;
at the syna-
publicity, Frank Leiderman;
gogue.
membership, Henry Nadler, Sol-
Rabbi Wohl-
omon N. Cohen.
gelernter was
Morris Dorn again heads the
vice-president
Synagogue Council for Beth
of Beth Ye-
Yehudah Schools, and Isadore
hudah Schools Rabbi
Sosnick was named chairman
in Detroit, Wohlgelernter
state chaplain, a Mizrachi lead- of organizations.
er and was instrumental in
founding Cong. Shomrey Cong. Ahavas Achim
Emunah eight years ago.
to Install Officers at
Greetings will also be ex-
tended by Rabbi Sholem Flam, Dinner-Dance Event
spiritual leader of the syna-
Cong. Ahavas Achim will
gogue. Cantor Joseph Baren- hold a dinner-dance installation
holtz will be featured in a 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the syna-
music program.
gogue. Rabbi Milton Arm will of-
Planners of the affair are ficiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Levin,
Those to be installed are
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Laufer, Mr. Jonas Dworin, president; Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Cohen and Manuel Feldman, Sanford Gor-
Mrs. A. Halperin.
don, vice-presidents; Leo Korn,
Jerome J. Ettinger, Morey Pat-
Hebrew Academy PTA rick, secretaries; Jack M. Kar-
bal, treasurer; Jerry Baker, Dr.
Sets Installation Lunch Kenneth
Belen, Norman Blake,
The Hebrew Academy P.T.A. Irving Cane, Harry Eskin, Irv-
will hold an installation lunch- ing Feldman, David Grainer,
eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Koz- Dr. Maxwell Hoffman, William
in's Restaurant. Officiating will Hordes, James J. Klain, Alex
be Mrs. Jacob Goldman.
Kraft, Morris Ben Lewis, Man-
Officers are Mrs. Joseph Git- uel Rosenbaum, Alex Ruzumna,
tleman, president; Mrs. David Samuel Schwartzberg and Ber-
Domby and Mrs. Charles Levi, nard Sukenic, board members.
vice-presidents; Mrs. Fr ank
Cantor Simon Bermanis will
Loewenberg, Mrs. Simon Ruz-
umna and Mrs. Frank Leider- be featured in a program of
man, secretaries; Morris Kar, Hebrew and Yiddish selections,
treasurer; Mrs. Sheldon Sher- accompanied by Mrs. Jack Mash.
man, fund-raising; Mrs. Joseph Dancing will follow.
Klein and Mrs. David Green-
baum, banquet; Mrs. Louis Pen- Adas Shalom P.T.O.
fil, p u b l i c i t y; Mrs. Marvin to Hold Luncheon
Engel, tributes; Mrs. Jerome
The P.T.O. of the Adas Sha-
Kelman and Mrs. Arthur
Chaims, children's parties; Mrs. lom Synagogue School of the
Milton Schloss, social func- United Hebrew Schools will
tions; Mrs. Shimon Berris, sun- meet for a luncheon noon
shine; Mrs. Ben Kresch, histo- Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
rian; Mrs. Bernard Blase, head J. Stuart Linden.
Installing officers will be
room mother; and Mrs. Charles
Snow and Mrs. Seymour Ribiat, Mrs. Jacob A x e 1 r o d. Guest
speaker will be Albert Elazar,
advisers to the board.
superintendent of the United
Hebrew
Schools, on "A Year
Bnai David Plans
of Experimentation." Principal,
Consecration Service
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum and
Consecration services marking the teaching staff will be avail-
the completion of the 10th grade able to speak to parents. Host-
at the Bnai David Religious esses are Mesdames Ben Klar,
School will be held 10 a.m. Sun- president; Maurice Zuckerstein,
chairman; Joseph Lupovich,
day at the synagogue.
Consecrants are Gloria Brant, vice-president; Rose Pollack and
Marla Sue Kane, Carolyn Kolto- I Florence Gantz, secretaries; and
Trudy Nuscholtz.
now and Barbara Oleshansky.

Reform Congregations Beth Shalom Will Install Officers
Oppose Plan to Aid
Cong. Beth Shalom will hold calling Mrs. Sidney Berg, EL
it's annual installation dinner- 7-2393.
Religious Schools

NEW YORK (JTA)—A pro-
posal made by U. S. Sen. Abra-
ham A. Ribicoff, who had de-
clared himself in favor of fed-
eral aid to private and parochial
schools, was denounced by Emil
N. Baar, chairman of the board
of trustees of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
as "unfortunate" and "ill-consid-
I ered."
Addressing the Reform con-
gregational annual meeting, Baar
charged that Sen. Ribicoff's plan
"circumvents" the principle of
Church-State separation. The Rib-
icoff plan, he alleged, "doesn't
scale the wall of separation of
church and state, but seeks to
go around it or under it." Re-
calling that the UAEIC had al-
ready declared itself as opposed
to federal aid to parochial
schools, Mr. Baar charged that
Sen. Ribicoff's proposal would
"further endanger the ultimate
welfare of the nation."
At the convention dinner Rep.
Emanuel Celler appealed to
President Kennedy to define the
United States policy on the Mid-
dle East "through a clear and
unequivocal statement that this
country will not tolerate the ag-
gressive preparations by Egypt
and her Arab neighbors to carry
out threats to exterminate the
State of Israel."

dance 7:30 p.m. June 9 at Beth
Shalom Synagogue.
The officers of the Men's
Club and Sisterhood will also
be installed. A buffet dinner
will be served and the guests
will dance to the music of the
Martin-David Orchestra.
Reservations can be made by

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Transportation

Bar Mitzvah Preparation

Beth Yehudah PTA
Will Hold Election

The Beth Yehudah Day
School P.T.A. will hold its an-
nual election meeting 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Young Israel of
Northwest Detroit.
Mrs. Henry Baum, chairman
of the nominating committee,
will present the committee's
recommendations.
Rabbi Joseph Hirsch, pro-
gram chairman, announces that
through the courtesy of the
Detroit Safety Council, a movie
on "Safety on School Busses"
will be shown.
In addition, the intermediate
girls' sewing classes, with the
aid of their instructor, Mrs. Jo-
seph Hendler, will display the
garments they made during this
year.

Beth Moses Registers

Registration for the fall term
of the Beth Moses Religious
School will take place 9:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. at the Borman
Branch of the United Hebrew
Schools. For entrance require-
ments and other information,
call KE 5-4470.

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Special Day at Kfar Silver!

Opening session — Jerusalem—
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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah Tells of
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