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January 10, 1964 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-10

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Fr iday, January 10, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 12

Carnovsky to Perform at 'Year of 4 Rabbis to Be Honored Jan. 20
Dedication' Event Honoring Rabbis

Morris Carnovsky, veteran
actor, dramatic arts teacher
and director at the "Actor's
Lab" in Hollywood, will be the
performing artist at the "Year
of Dedication" dinner to be
held at Shaarey Qdek, Monday,
Jan. 20, 7 p.m., under auspices
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Carnovsky's versatile talents
have taken him from the Henry
Jewitt Players and the E. E.
Clive Co. of Boston to the


Theater Guild and Martin Beck
Theaters of Broadway as well
as on the London stage at St.
He has appeared regularly
with the American Shakespeare
Festival Company of Stratford
and last summer Carnovsky
burnished his already gleaming
reputation as an actor with a
vivid portrayal of Shylock in
"The Merchant of Venice."
He was one of the mainstays
of the Group Theater appearing
in the "House of Connelly,"
"Men in White," "Johnny John-
son," "Success Story," "Awake
and Sing," "Rocket to the
Moon," "Night Music," etc.
Moviegoers have seen him in
"Cyrano de Bergerac," "Our
Vines Have Tender Grapes,"
"The Life of Emile Zola,"
"Saigon," "Dead Reckoning,"
"Tovarich," and "Rhapsody in
Carnovsky, who was born
in St. Louis, has performed
in the Yiddish Theater in
New York, and has been a
favorite actor on the Jewish
Theological Seminary's award
winning program "The Eter-
nal Light."
The Detroit Conservative
community's participation in
the Jewish Theological Semi-


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Noted Educator
Lakritz to Speak
at Cong. Beth Shalom

nary's "Year of Dedication"
dinner tribute to Rabbis Morris
Adler, Benjamin H. Gorrelick,
Moses Lehrman and Jacob E.
Segal, will be coordinated by
congregational committees, now
in formation. according to Al-
fred L. Deutsch, general chair-
man of the event.
The committees for the four
congregations whose rabbis are
being honored for their one-
hundred years of rabbinic ser-
vice include:

ADAS SHALOM: Max Biber, Jack
Bushkin. Henry Cohen, Irwin I.
Cohn, Ed Coopersmith, Norman
Cottler, Sol Eisenberg, Rev. Nicho-
las Fenakel, Wm. Gershenson, Mil-
ton Gilman, Ben Goldberg (Royal
Oak), Nathan Goldin, Max Gold-
smith, Benjamin Gurvitz, Louis Ha.
ber, Samuel Hechtman, Jonathan
D. Hyams, Dr. Samuel J. Hyman,
J. Maurice Karo, Abe Kasle, Jack
Kaufman, Jerome Keywell, Jule
Kraft, Joseph Kron, Samuel Leib,
Daniel LeVine, Mrs. J. Stewart Lin-
den, and John E. Lurie. Also Jack
Malamud, Harry Nachman, Albert
Posen, Malcolm L. Rivkin, Robert
Ruch, David Safran, Sidney M. She-
vitz, Dr. Sidney 0. Siegan, Samuel
S. Simmer, Eugene Sloan, George
Spoon, Jack Sylvan and Allen L.
BETH AARON: Max Adler, Charles
and Herman Anthill, Cantor David
Bagley, Tzvi Berkal, Dr. Julius Y.
Burnstine, Richard Burton, Phillip
Chapnick, Louis Eder, Albert Ela-
zar, Arthur Faber, Mrs. Ben Z. Free-
man, Carl Kay, Dr. Martin A. Last,
William I. Liberson, Albert Lubin,
Joe Medwed, Meyer Millman, Larry
Nichamin, Max Nosanchuk, Allan
Rosenberg, Jack Shenkman, and
Morey Wolok.
BNAI MOSHE: Bernard Albert,
Arthur Boschan, Dr. Eli M. Brown,
Harry E. Citrin, Theodore M. Curtis,
William L. Deutsch, Mitchell Feld-
man; Alexander Fisch, Sam Freed-
man, Erwin Friedman, Eugene
Friedman, Emil Fruchter, Sydney
Goodman, Abe Green, John Isaacs,
Ira Kaufman, Bernard Klein, Rev.
Louis Klein, Stephen Lanyi, Albert
Migdal, Norbert Reinstein, Max
Rosenfeld, Herman Roth, Donald
Sachs, David W. Schiff, Nathan
Sharon, Mrs. Oscar Spilkin, Phillip
Stollman, Morris Weinstein, Benja-
min Weiss, Calvin Weiss, Ernest
Weiss, Eugene Weiss, Milton Weisz,
Nathan Welch, and Paul Zucker-
ree, Dr. Albert J. Altman, Harry B.
Aronow, Herman A. August, Leon-
ard E. Baron, Samuel Benavie, Dr.
Davis Benson. Julius Berman, Man-
dell L. Berman, Harold Berry, Louis
Berry, Albert Boesky, Morris . Birn-

Rabbi Eliyahu Bloch's
Memory to Be Honored
on Yahrzeit, Sunday

A memorial meeting has been
arranged for this Sunday 8
p.m., at Beth Tikva Emanuel
Synagogue. Wyoming and
Marguerita, in tribute to the
late Rabbi Eliyahu M. Bloch,
who was the Dean of the Telshe
Yeshiva in Cleveland.
Rabbi Leizer Levin will be
the principal speaker. Others
on the program will be Rabbi
C. T. Hollander, principal of
the Beth Yehudah School, and
Rabbi A. M. Silverstein, alumni
of Telshe Yeshivah; and Rabbi
Gavriel Ginsberg, Dean of Stu-
dents at Telshe Yeshivah.
The public is invited to
participate in the program and
to join in the Shiurim—study
periods—to be conducted at the

The Parent Teachers Organi-
zation and school board of Cong.
Beth Shalom of Oak Park will
meet 8:30 p.m. Jan. 13, at the
Guest speaker will be William
B. Lakritz, educational director
of the Philadelphia Board of
Jewish Education. of the United
Synagogue of America. Lakritz
will speak on "Your Child and
His Jewish Education. - cover-
ing the aims and goals of the
synagogue school.
He is a former president of
the United Synagogue Assem-
bly and has played a leading
role in the formulation of nu-
merous textbook materials pub-
lished by United Synagogue.
Refreshments will be served.
Friends are invited.

Gathered around Alfred L. Deutsch (center) are, from the left,
Rabbis Morris Adler, Jacob E. Segal, Benjamin H. Gorrelick
and Moses Lehrman, who are Detroit's senior alumni of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America. A past president and
member of the board of Congregation Bnai Moshe, Deutsch is
general chairman of the "Year of Dedication" dinner which
will honor the four alumni for their 100 years of rabbinic
service. The milestone tribute will be held at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, Monday, Jan. 20.

baum, Abraham Borman, Paul D.
Borman, Tom Borman, Ira Brawer,
Wm. J. Brown, Dr. Joseph Cabot,
Avern Cohn, Daniel Cullen, Howard
Danzig, Ben J. Davidson, Reubin
Dubrinsky, Max Dunitz, Harold El-
Has, Dr. Joseph N. Epel, Charles
Feinberg, Joseph D. Feldman, Max
M. Fisher, Walter L. Field, Cantor
Reuven Frankel, Joseph Frenkel,
David Goldberg, Dr. Perry Gold-
man, Jack C. Gordon, Irwin Green,
Samuel R. Greenbaum, Samuel S.
Greenberg, Nathan Z. Greenhouse,
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Lawrence Gu-
bow, Louis and Samuel Hamburger,
and Max C. Handler. Also, Morris
Karbal, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katzman,
Harold B. Kukes, Philip Lachman,
Maurice Landau, Arthur. M. Lang,
David S. Levi, Morris B. Lewis, Dr.
Max Lichter, Sidney H. Marwil, Mrs.
Julius Meskin, Myron Milgrom, Na-
than L. Milstein, David M. Miro,
Milford Nemer, Tubie Resnik, Sam-
uel J. Rhodes, Jay M. Rosenthal,
Charles Rubiner, Hyman Safran, Ab-
raham : Satovsky, Joe Schwartz,
George D. Seyburn, Max M. Shaye,
Rubin Shaye, Meyer Shugerman,
Philip Slomovitz, Samuel B. Solo-
mon, Rev. Jacob H. Sonenklar, Ab-
raham Srere, Robert A. Steinberg,
Albert Sugar, David P. Zack, and
Samuel Zeldes.
Others serving on the city-wide
committee are Irving A. August,
Cantor Simon Bermanis, Cantor
Henry Blank, Jack Bodzin, Mrs.
Morris Bletstein, Mrs. Jerome Ef-
ros, Rev. Ruben Erlbaum, Mrs. Har-
old Eskovitz, Dr. Manuel Feldman,
Rabbi Israel Goodman, Mrs. David
Grainer, Mrs. Morris Gural, Jerry
Guttenberg, Rabbi Mordecai Hal-
pern, Charles Jacobs, Cantor Morris
Kaminsky, Morris Kampner, Hy Kin-
zer, Benjamin Levinson, Frank Nel-
son, Rabbi Irving Schnipper, Meyer
Simon, Leonard Simons, Leonard
Stone, Asher Tilchin„ Seymour Un-
gar, and Robert White.
Circuit Court Judge Benjamin D.
Burdick will be the toastmaster at
the dinner. Active in civic and legal
affairs for many years, Judge Bur-
dick's associations include member-
ship in Shaarey Zedek, Bnai Brith
and the Zionist Organization of De-
troit. He is a vice president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Deutsch said that Mayor Cavanagh
and Gov. Romney head the list of
honorary chairmen for the event. He
stated that the Mayor would issue a
proclamation declaring Jan. 20 "Year
of Dedication Day" in Detroit.


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Deutsch also said that the names of
all persons responding to the "Year
of Dedication" appeal for the Semi-
nary will be inscribed on special
scrolls to be presented to the honor-
ed rabbis as a permanent remem-


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Dinner 7:00 p.m.

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Dinner Chairmen:
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Synagogue Presidents
Honored by Seminary

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were honored by the Jewish
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