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January 17, 1964 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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Friday, January 1 7, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 12

Dr. Greenberg to Address Dinner Honoring Four Rabbis on Monday

versity. He was president of the
Philadelphia Zionist Organiza-
tion from 1941-1944 and chair-
man of the national education
committee of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America from
1943-46.
Among the Seminary's lead-
ing academicians, Dr. Green-
berg is a trustee and member
of the executive committee of
Institute for Religious and So-
cial Studies, a graduate school
conducted with the cooperation
of Catholic, Jewish and Protest-
ant scholars; a member of the
executive committee of the In-
stitute of Ethics; and a Fellow
of the Conference of Science,
Philosophy and Religion. He is
the author of a number of
important books and a series
of brochures on the Conserva-
tive movement in Judaism.
Dr. Greenberg attended the
•University of Minnesota, re-
ceived his B.A. degree from the
•College of the City of New York
in 1922 and was ordained at the
Seminary in 1925, receiving his
Ph.D. from Dropsie College in
1932. He also studied at the
Hebrew University, and the
American School of Oriental
Research in Jerusalem from
1924-25.
The dinner on Monday will
honor Rabbis Morris Adler,
Benjamin Gorrelich, Moses
Lehrman and Jacob Segal for
DR. SIMON GREENBERG
100 years of combined services
acting president for the aca- as Conservative rabbis.
demic year 1948-49, and from
1950 to 1953 was executive di-
rector of the United Synagogue 1
of America. Since 1932 he has
been professor of education at '
the seminary and in March 1948
was named professor of homi-1
letics at the Seminary Rabbini- j
cal School.
He has served as president of
the Rabbinical Assembly of
America, president of the Phila-
delphia Board of Jewish Minis-
ters. He was one of the found-
ers of the Philadelphia Psychi-
atric Hospital and from 1925 to
1933 was advisor to Jewish stu-
dents at the University of
Pennsylvania and Temple Uni-

Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice-
chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and president
of the University of Judaism,
the Seminary's west coast
branch on Sunset Boulevard in
Hollywood, Calif., will be the
guest speaker at the Year of
Dedication dinner at Shaarey
Zedek, Monday evening.
Dr. Greenberg is vice-presi-
dent of faculties of the semi-
nary. He was rabbi of Har Zion
Temple, Philadelphia, from
1925-46; served as provost of
the seminary from 1946-51, as



A feature of the dinner will
be the presentation of an
award to Station WWJ, mark-
ing the 20th year of WWJ's
collaboration with the Sem-
inary and the National Broad-
casting Company in carrying
the Eternal Light broadcasts.
Denman Jacobson, manager
of WWJ, will receive the
award for the station, the first
NBC outlet in the country to
be so honored.
Morris Carnosky, the fea-
tured artist at the dinner, has
been a frequent performer for
the Eternal Light.
Sermons This Sabbath
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary will constitute the major
theme of sermons to be de-
livered this Saturday morning
by Conservative rabbis through-
out the state. Among the ser-
mons to be delivered are:
"The Vaccine of Dedication",
Dr. Yitzhok I. Dick, Bnai
Sholom, Benton Harbor.
"Rededication to Jewish Spir-
itual Continuity", Rabbi Ben-
jamin Gorrelick, Beth Aaron.
"Year of Dedication", Rabbi
Jossef Kratzenstein, Temple
Israel, Bay City.
"A Stronghold of Jewish
Learning", Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man, Bnai Moshe.
"Concern for Future Jewish
Leaders", Rabbi Myron Movsky,
Congregation of Moses, Kalama-
zo 0.
"The A r t of Dedication",

Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper, Beth
Moses.
"The Most Important Jewish
Address in America," Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal, Adas Shalom.
The YEAR OF DEDICATION,
recently launched on a national
scale by the Seminary, is an
appeal to outstanding leaders to
take effective action in counter-
acting the decline of Jewish
religious leadership in America.
A series of events is being
held throughout the nation to
dramatize the crisis confronting
American Judaism.

Are Jewish Women Eligible
to Serve as Rabbis? This will be
the subject of a lecture to be
given by Rabbi Moses Lehrman
at Cong. Bnai Moshe 8:45 p.m.
Tuesday.
Dr. David Blum, director of
the adult school, announce Rab-
bi Lehrman will present a crit-
ical analysis and the Conserva-
tive view passed by a conven-
tion of the Sisterhood of Re-
formed Congregations.
Guests are invited.

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Cong. Ahavas Achim will com-
mence its synagogue weekend
with special 8:30 p.m. services
today, conducted by Lahav youth
group.
Other events this weekend
will be Sabbath morning service
conducted by Cantor Bermanis'
Cantors Club boys and Rabbi
Arm's Torah reading group, a
sisterhood oneg 2 p. m. and a
melavah malkah that evening,
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Statement of Condition, December 31, 1963

The Vaad Hachinuch, board
of education of the Beth Yehu-
dah school system, announces
new officers.
Rabbi Leizer Levin of Cong.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah
was reelected chairman of the
Vaad. Eric Greenbaum is vice
chairman, and Abraham Gold,
secretary.
The Yeshivah's board of
education includes all the
members of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit
and an annually appointed
group of laymen correspond-
ing in number to the rabbini-
cal group.
On the board are Rabbis L.
Levin, H. Donin, L. Goldman,
J. Gordon, E. Grubner, I. Hal-
pern, M. Kapustin, J. Litke, I.
Notis, S. Prero, J. Rabinowitz,
I. Rockove, J. Sperka, I. Stoll-
man, S. P. Wohlgelerenter and
J. Spiro.
Laymen include H. Baum, E.
Birnbaum, M. Carmen, D. Co-
hen, J. D. Cohen, A. Borenstein,
E. Greenbaum, E. Greenfield, S.
Shoenig, H. Nadler, A. M. Sil-
verstein, J. Spitzer, A. Gold and.
J. Isbee.

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Women as Rabbis?
Conservative View to
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

A. H. AYMOND

Chairman—Consumers Power Company

HENRY T. BODMAN

RESOURCES

Cash and Due from Banks
United States Government Securities.
Other Securities
3
Loans:
Loans and Discounts
Real Estate Mortgages .
Investment in
International Bank of Detroit . ; ;
; g ;
Federal Reserve Bank Stock .
Bank Premises
. a ;
Customers' Liability on
Acceptances and Letters of Credit .
Accrued Income and Other Resources .

$ 494,401,489.87
644,350,582.53
346,803,948.67

$776,861,851.82
222,383,583.89

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President

PRENTISS M. BROWN

Director—The Detroit Edison Company

M. A. CUDLIP

President and Treasurer—McLouth
Steel Corporation

HARRY B. CUNNINGHAM

President—S.S. Kresge Company

999,245,435.71

2,500,000.00
4,500,000.00
18,608,248.54

WILLIAM M. DAY

President—The Michigan Bell Telephone
Company

LELAND I. DOAN

Chairman, Executive Committee and
Director—The Dow Chemical Company

RAY R. EPPERT

8,423,826.45
14,481,834.62
$2,533,315,366.39

President—Burroughs Corporation

MALCOLM P. FERGUSON

President—Bendix Corporation

EDWARD F. FISHER

Director—General Motors Corporation

EVERELL E. FISHER

Vice President and Director—
Prime Securities Corporation

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Demand Deposits
;
Savings Deposits . . 1
41 .1
Time Deposits
• • a 5 5 5 5
Total Deposits . . ; ; SO
Acceptances and Letters of Credit . . ;
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Capital Funds:
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31,155,472.96

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President—The J. L. Hudson Company

RALPH T. McELVENNY

President—American Natural Gas Company

JOHN N. McLUCAS

THOMAS E. MILLSOP

Chairman—National Steel Corporation

189,434,088.89
$2,533,315,366.39

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other purposes required by law.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

P. W. MISCH
Vice President-Finance and Director
—Chrysler Corporation

PETER J. MONAGHAN
Partner—Monaghan, McCrone, Campbell
Crawmer

GEORGE E. PARKER, JR.
Executive Vice President

ROBERT B. SEMPLE

President—Wyandotte Chemicals
Corporation

NATE S. SHAPERO
Chairman—Cunningham Drug Stores, Inc.

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banking and trust services throughout

R. PERRY SHORTS

Chairman—Second National Bank

of Saginaw, Michigan

DWIGHT L. STOCKER

President—KVP Sutherland Paper Company

Detroit and neighboring communities

DONALD F. VALLEY
Chairman of the Board

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