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November 22, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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Hebrew Benevolent Society Plans Chapel Cornerstone Ceremonies

Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —

Cornerstone setting ceremonies
for the New Hebrew Memorial
Chapel will be solemnized 10:30
a.m. Sunday.
Invitations to witness the
ceremonies have been accepted
by prominent community lead-
ers. The public is invited.
Located at 26640 Greenfield
near Eleven Mile in Oak Park,
this new chapel is the successor
to the more familiarly known
Chesed Shel Emes on Joy Rd.
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove is the
executive director.
Morris Dorn, president of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society, un-
der whose auspices the New
Hebrew Memorial Chapel was
built, has appointed attorney
William Liberson, a board mem-
ber of the society and past pres-
ident of Cong. Beth Aaron, to
preside as chairman of the
cornerstone setting event.
Appropriate hymns will be

chanted by Cantor David Bagley
of Beth Aaron.
Speakers will include Judge
Ira G. Kaufman, Rabbi Leizer
Levin, who will represent the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, and
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero of Young
Israel of Northwest Detroit.
Chairman of arrangements for
Sunday's event is Nathan Samet,
chairman of the society's pub-
licity committee. Samet is being
assisted by Philip Langwald,
trustee; Sam Levine, board
member; and Nathan P. Rossen,
chairman of the building com-
mittee.
The building campaign was
conducted under the leadership
of Chairman Hyman Mitnick.
Havis-Glovinsky are the archi-
tects.
The society provides burial
services to Jewish families and
does not differentiate between
those who pay the entire ex-
pense involved and those fami-
lies who cannot pay.
This is a non-profit organiza-
tion and the community may
still participate in the building-
fund campaign.
The New Hebrew Memorial
Chapel is a three articulated

THIS IS A

building complex with the ad- and Ben Schneider, vice-presi-
ministrative wing facing Green- dents; Leo B. Furst, treasurer;
field. There are two separate Solomon Rubin, secretary; Harry
chapels, one facing north and the Portner and Hyman Lipsitz,
other south. The first floor area trustees; Sam Portner, chairman,
is approximately 20,000 square Cemetery department; Sam Nel-
feet, which includes the service son, honorary president; Barney
quarters.
Citrin, honorary secretary; and ,
Separate family rooms adjoin Nathan Wolok, superintendent.
each of the cherrywood paneled
Miller is co-chairman of
chapels; each chapel is distin- the Abe
building committee assisted
guished by a leaded, colored by Jacob Bacow and David Rich-
glass wall. Both have equal man. Edward Miller, Furst, Sam
prominence and are centrally Portner. Rubin and Schneider
located.
A glass-walled corridor and a are also members of this com-
garden court separates the 20- mittee.
Others w o r k i n g with the
foot-high lobby from the admin-
istration wing. The lobby con- building campaign committee in- ;
nects both north and south elude Harry E. Citrin and Joe ;
entrances and is accessible to I Gorman, co-chairmen to Mitnick;
Senator Charles S. Blondy,
both chapels.
The roof of the chapel wing David I. Berris, Meyer I. Cooper,
extends over both north and Jacob Foon, Samuel A. Kayne,
south entrances providing shel- Solomon Miller, Jacob Nosan-
tered approaches as an integral chuk, Harry Schumer, Mrs. Ida
part of the design. All public Solomon, Isidore Sosnick, Philin
Stollman, Harry Weingarden and
areas are air-conditioned.
In addition to the above Eugene Zack.
named officers and committee
chairmen, others who have dis-
SHERIDAN GLAMOUR
tinguished themselves as leaders ■ i I iiS AND HEALTH-SPA
of the Hebrew Benevolent So-
Only Womens' Reduc-
ciety include: Edward Miller
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Jewish Museum Shows Exhibit of Synagogues

The Jewish Museum, 5th Ave.
and 92nd St., New York, operat-
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Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, is currently featuring
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tion which consists of models,
photographs and draWings of
completed synagogue structures
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work designed within the last
10 years by major American
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The exhibition will continue
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Dec. 1
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Beth Yehudah Classes
Finish Book of Torah

Two branches of the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah last week marked
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of the Torah with a joint celebra-
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Dexter Branch and the Hebrew
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will start the second Book of
Shmoth under the guidance of
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