Kfar Chabad Mayor
Will Confer Today
With Detroit Mayor
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Rabbi Berel Shemtov, direc-
tor of Merkaz L'Inyoney Chin-
uch, t he Chabadic - educational
movement, in Detroit, announc-
ed that the Mayor of Kfar Cha-
bad in Israel, Shlomo Maidan-
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chik, will be a guest here for a
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few days and will confer with
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Mayor Jerome Cavanagh in his SERVE! to: Phyllis
Wolff, Penn Van, New York
office at the City Hall on Fri-
In the delegation to the
Mayor with the Kfar Chabad
executive will be Charles Fein-
berg, Harry Schumer, Isidore
Starr, Julius Rothenberg, and
Mrs. Morris Schaver.
ORT Sabbath services are being sponsored in over 300
temples and synagogues throughout the country by Women's
American ORT, a nation-wide organization of 60,000 members,
as tribute to the international body which provides vocational
education and training to impoverished and uprooted Jews.
Shown above at a meeting at which they planned the observance
here are, from left, Mesdames Milton Superstine, ORT Sabbath
chairman; N. H. Schlafer, Michigan region president; Ben Brant,
vice-president of education of the Michigan region; and Jack
Marcuson, co-chairman of ORT Sabbath. Congregations observing
ORT Sabbath in this area are those of Beth El, Israel, Emanu-El,
Ahavas Achim, Beth Aaron, Adas Shalom, Beth Am of Livonia,
Beth Jacob of Pontiac, Beth Shalom, Beth Moses, Bnai Moshe,
Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Bnai David, Shaarey Zedek and
Beth Tefilas Moses of Mt. Clemens.
Mayor Maidanchik was born
in 1925 in a town near Moscow
(USSR). He studied at the gym-
nasium and at the technical
school for railway engineering.
On coining to Israel he worked
as an engineer for Israel Rail-
ways. He devoted all his free
time to public activity and to
furthering the development of
the country, He was elected
president of the Communal
Council after years' activity in
the "Chabad" youth organiza-
tion. In the fall of 1960 he
visited the Rabbi of Lubavitch
in the United States, and was
received by many U.S. public
Dr. Louis Levitsky Sounds Keynote
for 'Year of Dedication' to Seminary
In an address before an as-
semblage of 100 Conservative
synagogue leaders, Dr. Louis M.
Levitsky, speaking at Cong.
Bnai Moshe on Tuesday, sound-
ed the keynote for Detroit's
participation in a "Year of
Dedication" for the Jewish
Theological Seminar y of
"If we are to survive as
Fews," declared Dr. Levitsky,
"we cannot live forever on the
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foresight Of our ancestors. Al-
though the Jewish tradition has
so far proved an inexaustible
r es e r v o i r, the institutions
which are its conduits must be
regenerated and adapted to
changing conditions. The Jew-
ish Theological Seminary is
one of these institutions."
"The Year of Dedication,"
Dr. Levitsky stated, "is an
appeal to outstanding leaders
to take effec-
tive action to
avert this cri-
needs a resur-
gence of devo-
tion and the
men and wo-
men who want
— and the
ations of chile Dr. Levitsky
ren yet to come—to reap the
spiritual, ethical, and cultural
bounty which our tradition has
to offer. In short, Judaism
needs the rabbis and teachers
only the Seminary can train."
Benjamin Weiss, a past presi-
dent of Bnai Moshe and a mem-
ber of the executive commit-
tee of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, was chairman of the
reception for Dr. Levitsky.
Bnai Moshe, whose president
is Norbert Reinstein and whose
spiritual leader is Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, played host to its
sister congregations in the local
Conservative movements: Adas
Shalom, Ahavas Achim, Beth
Aaron, Beth Moses, Beth Sha-
lom, Bnai Israel of Pontiac, Li-
vonia Jewish Congregation, and
Hillel Day School
Holds Open House
The Hillel Day School Parent-
Teacher Organization invites the
public to an open meeting 5:30
p.m. Monday at the Oak Park
Community Center, 15110 W.
Ten Mile, announces President
Mrs. Gerson Baeris.
Dr. Reuven Bar Levan will
speak on "A Psychiatrist Looks
at Hillel Day School." He will
be introduced by Rabbi Eman-
uel Applebaum, headmaster of
the school. The faculty will be
present to discuss progress of
pupils and the classrooms will
be open to visitors, according to
Mrs. Marion Shulevitz, program
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1 3—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, November 8, 1963
ORT Sabbath Services Are Planned
for Worshipers in 15 Congregations