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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-23

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Friday, August 23, 1963 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —

Religious Schools Announce Plans


for Approaching Academic Year

Bnai David Israel
Bond Fete in Honor
of Jack Lieberman

Brother Daniel Becomes Israeli
Citizen, But Not by Law of Return

,

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Broth- because he fulfilled the candl-
Detroit area religious schools course for youth leadership in-
Congregation Bnai David's
er
Daniel, the Jewish - born, tions for naturalization incum-
cludes
a
training
program,
a
"Salute to Isratl" dinner on
are completing program ar-
rangements and staff appoint- Sunday morning breakfast club Sept. 4 will honor Jack Lieber- Catholic Carmelite monk who bent upon non-Jews under the
sought Israeli citizenship under
ments in preparation for the and occasional out - of - town
m a n. T h e the Law of Return, but was re- citizenship law.
coming academic year. Follow- trips. For information, call LI
dinner, to be buffed last year by the Israel
The Polish-born monk, whose
ing are those which most re- 6-6662.
held in the Supreme Court, has been grant- original name was Oswald Rule-
cently announced registration.
Julius Roten- ed Israeli citizenship through isen, became a Roman Catholic
CONG. BNAI MOSHE RELI-
berg Hall of ordinary naturalization proce- during the Second World War,
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM GIOUS SCHOOL will re-open on
the synagogue dures, the Interior Ministry an- while hiding from the Nazis in
already is accepting applications Sept. 15. Students who are in
o n Southfield nounced.
for the Sunday religious school, grades two and three will study
a nunnery.
and 9 1/2 Mile
with sessions scheduled to begin modern Hebrew with instruc-
A
spokesman
for
the
Ministry
Road, is on be-
on Sept. 8. In addition to the tors Harvey Katz and Leonard
half of Israel said the monk became a citizen
regular curriculum for kinder- Rosenberg. Other faculty mem-
garten through grade 10 and bers who will teach in the He-
Bonds.
consecration, the school board brew program will be Mrs. Ann-
Liebe r- Grossinger's Sermons to Be
will operate a Day Care Nurs- ette Kravitz, Mrs. Maxine Lieb-
man has been By Jewish Standard Editor
Lieberman
ery for 3-5-year-olds. The youth erson and David Feinberg.
a member of Bnai David for
Cantor Maurice Ganchoff, "The
Abraham Silver, head of a 20 years. Born in Toledo, where
commission sponsors a diversi-
Sage of Cantorial Liturgy," will
fied program with clubs and in- music department in a Detroit he was graduated from high
MICHIGAN
terest groups for boys and girls high school, will take charge of school and attended business conduct the High Holy Day ser-
vices
at
Grossinger
Country
of all ages, with special empha- the 500 students who make up school, Lieberman lived for some
sis on the Sabbath Morning the student body. Marvin Suro- years in Monroe, then moved to Club, Grossinger, N. Y. He will
be assisted by Samuel Sterner
Junior Congregation and the witz, Mrs. Seymour Abramson, Detroit 32 years ago.
and a choir of 18 voices. The
Sunday Morning Teffilin Club. Nathan Butrimovitz, Abe Gorn-
President of the Monroe
In addition, a new young adult bein, Thea Deutsch and Jerry Waste Paper Co., Lieberman de- sermons will be delivered by
group for men and women, 18- Gutman will instruct the inter- voted most of hiL time to syna- Meyer Pesin, editor of the Jer-
sey City Jewish St:ndard.
mediate and high school divi-
25, is being formed.
gogue affairs. He is a former
The Leadership Training sions, while Mrs. Alvin Horo- first vice president and is chair-
Group for teenagers is plan- witz, Mrs. Selma Goldberg, Mrs. man of the Bnai David activi-
ning its program for the sea- Florence Zacks and Joel Stern ties committee, the fund raising
son as a synagogue affiliate will be in charge of the ele- body responsible for completing
8100 West Seven Mile Road
and as a member of MONTY mentary division. Sheila Farber, the building program which will
in
charge
of
drama,
plans
to
(Michigan-Ontario Traditional
is now accepting
include a large Sanctuary and
Youth). Dr. Harry Newman, present the first play of the a school. The school will bear
president of the congregation, year during the Hanukah sea- the name of Lieberman's father. I
has appointed officers of the son. Mrs. Joseph Utchenik and
Lieberman is one of the found-
for
youth commission. Nate Pol- Mrs. Esther Weckstein comprise
asky is chairman, Philip Ros- the secretarial staff of the ers in this area of the Friends
of Yeshivah University.
enzweig, vice-chairman;• Abe school.
Roben: Briscoe, Jewish Lord
Walter Farber, director of
Zeidman, treasurer; Morris
Sunday Religious School (Kindergarten thru Consecration)
Beider and Mrs. Jacob Krohn- the education program, urges Mayor of Dublin, Ireland and a
member
of
the
Irish
Dail
(Par-
Youth Clubs (Ages 7-17)
parents
to
register
their
chil-
gold, secretaries; Morris Davis
Registration Day—Sunday, September 8, 1963
and Milton Freeman, religious dren early since classes will liament) for 36 years, will be
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
school co - chairmen; Lou close as soon as they reach the guest speaker. Sam Roth-
School Starts on September 8, 1963
Freedman, congregation rep- maximum registration. Chil- berg, president of the Israel In-
resentative; Rabbi I. Halpern dren, 4-16, should register be- vestors' Corp. and national Is-
Frank Leiderman
Rabbi Israel 1. Halpern
and Frank Leiderman, youth fore Labor Day. Arthur Bos- rael 3ond campaign chairman,
Educational Director
Supervisor of Youth and Education
chan,
chairman
of
the
school
will
bring
a
message
from
the
and education consultants.
CAR POOLS AVAILABLE
Mrs. Blanche Burg will teach board, says openings are avail- national organization.
Max Sosin, dinner chairman,
For information, phone Beth Abraham Office, UN 1-6696
second grade and Mrs. Helen able for children of non-mem-
will be toastmaster. Morris J.
Horowitz will supervise the bers.
Brandwine is president of the
daily nursery. For informa-
Louis M. Elliman, a
tion, call UN 1-6696.
Orthodox Rabbis Ask synagogue.
close friend of Briscoe, will in-
YESHIVATH BETH YEHU-
Israeli Judge Make
troduce the Lord Mayor. Rabbi
DAH day school and afternoon
Hayirn
Donin will give the tri-
classes will begin Sept. 3 at the Apology for Insult
bute to Lieberman. Cantor Hy-
main center on Dexter Blvd.
19371 GREENFIELD at VASSAR DRIVE
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The man J. Adler will lead the musi-
and branches at 17376 Wyo- delegation of American Ortho-
Announces
cal
program.
Hal
Gordon
and
his
ming and 15400 W. Ten Mile, dox rabbis currently visiting
Oak Park. The 12 grade school Israel protested to Justice Min- orchestra will provide the 'din-
combining Jewish and general ister Dov Joseph concerning ner music.
Reservations for the dinner
studies will have an enrollment the widely criticized remarks
of 600 students. The afternoon about Jewish religious doctrine may be made by calling the
In Their Beautiful, Air-Conditioned Sanctuary
Talmud Torah classes offer in- made by Supreme Court Justice synagogue or the krael Bond
Tickets Available: Sundays:
tensive Hebrew training for 10 Haim Cohen at the American- Office, DI 1-5707.
hours-per-week and have been Israel dialogue here last June.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Evenings 7 to 9
affiliated administratively with
Declaring the Justice's re- Beth Abraham Sends
the United Hebrew Schools. marks were made against "the
Registrations are also accepted for The Religious
Registration of kindergarten foundations of Halacha (Jewish Delegates to Youth
School (leading to Bar Mitzvah and Consecration)
and first grade pupils is being religious law)," the six rabbis Seminar in New York
accepted at the main office at asked the Justice Minister to
Beth Abraham Synagogue's
Call BR 3-0570 — BR 2-3906
12305 Dexter (WE 1-0203), and persuade Justice Cohen to apol- Leadership
Training Group will
at the Hebrew Academy of Oak ogize and "atone for his insult send delegates
or visit the Synagogue Office.
to the ninth an-
Park (LI 8-8020).
to the Jewish people." The Jus- nual Yeshiva University Syna-
CONG. BNAI DAVID RELI- tice had compared applications gogue Council Youth Seminar
GIOUS SCHOOL will begin ses- of Jewish religious law in de- in Camp Monroe, New York, to
sions on Sept. 8 at the McKin- termining Jewishness in Israel take place from Aug. 23 through
ley School, according to Rabbi with the Nazi racist Nuremberg Labor Day.
Hayim Donin, and registration laws.
ANNOUNCES
The delegates are Ranita Left,
is being taken daily at the syna-
In a related development, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
gogue office, 24350 Southfield police authorities rejected an Left of Geenlawn Ave.; Rella
(EL 6-8210). Sunday school application from Arieh Wagon- Halpern, daughter of Rabai and
classes for kindergarten and er, a Jerusalem attorney, for Mrs. Israel Halpern of Santa
first and second grades are prosecution of Justice Cohen Rosa Ave., and Stuart. Opperer
available, while a Sunday plus under the criminal code ordi- of Ilene St., son of Mrs. Suzy
midweek schedule is in oper- nance, "for causing injury to Opperer and the late Willie
ation for the third grade and religious feelings." The attor- Opperer. Also attending from
up for boys and girls, who ney had previously sought a Din the LTG youth group is Shelley
should be registered no later Torah (Religious Court hear- Bank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
than age eight. Non-members ing), but Justice•Cohen declined Oscar Bank of Santa Barbara.
are eligible.
to attend such a hearing on Dr.
This is the first time the Beth
LIVONIA JEWISH CON- grounds that the Israel rabbi-
GREGATION will' hold Sun- nate had prejudged the issue Abraham Youth Group has sent
day school registration 10 a.m. by making a public criticism of delegates to the Youth Seminar.
Accompanying the Beth Abra-
to noon Sunday at the syna- him.
The police told the attorney ham Group will be delegates
gogue, 32070 W. Seven Mile,
Ten Mile at Kenosha—Oak Park
Livonia. Classes will begin that they did not regard his from Bnai David Synagogue and
CLASSES ARE HELD ON SUNDAY MORNINGS
Sept. • 8 for nursery, pre- request as being in the public Rabbi Donin, spiritual leader of
STUDENTS ATTEND ONE OR TWO SESSIONS
school, kindergarten and first, interest, and referred him to Bnai David Synagogue.
9:30 - 11:00 (or) 11:00 - 12:30
second and third grades. For the Attorney General's office.
PRE-KDG. (age 4) THROUGH GRADE 10
information, call Mrs. Tom Meanwhile, Deputy Premier New L.A. Temple
Abba Eban declared that he
REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED AT SYNAGOGUE OFFICE
Salmons, GA '7-1167.
9-5 Daily and Sunday, Sept. 8, 9:30 to 12
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK- identified himself with Joseph, Plans Completed
LOS ANGELES, (JTA) —
WOODS RELIGIOUS SCHOOL who had described the Justice's
CLASSES
BEGIN SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
includes Sunday and mid-week remarks as an "error" and said Plans have been completed here
We suggest you register your child TODAY.
that
the
discussion
of
the
mat-
for
a
new
$400,000
building
for
classes for boys and girls, 5-13
Assignment to classes are mode first week in September.
Call Synagogue office for registration and membership
(kindergarten through gradua- ter in Parliament last week Temple Akiba. The temple will
closed
the
issue.
be in the form of two hexagonal
information, LI 8-9000.
tion), and will begin on Sept.
Limited number of seats are available for High Holy Day
structures, one to be a 400-seat
8. In addition to the religious
Services in our air-conditioned sanctuary.
program and modern Hebrew ISRAEL STORY ON WWJ-TV sanctuary and the other a social
FIRST SELICHOTH — MIDNIGHT SAT., SEPT. 14
"Israel — Birth of a Nation" hall.
language courses, instruction is
Public Invited
Cantor Louis Klein and Choir
given in leading services, read- will be featured on the George
Selichos Services Midnight Saturday, Sept. 14
Of Michigan's 83 counties, 32
ing from the Torah and blow- Pierrot Show on WWJ-TV at
Cantor Louis Klein and Choir — Public Invited.
bear Indian names.
ing the shofar. A post-graduate 7:30 p.m. next Thursday.

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AUG 23— SEPT

CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM

REGISTRATION

DAY CARE NURSERY (ages 3-5

Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

REGISTRATION FOR ITS
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

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