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February 07, 1964 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-07

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Friday, Febru ary 7, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS- 1 2

Telephone Lecture by Rabbi Adler
to Be Heard Throughout Country

Special Sabbath Slated to Mark Seven Years of Hebrew Academy

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis has proclaimed Saturday
as Hebrew Academy Sabbath in
recognition of the service ren-
dered the Jewish community by
the school.

been placed on a waiting list
for another tele-lecture at a
later date.
The Detroit Committee is
headed by Bernard Panush and
Rose Fox, chairmen of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Councils' adult Jewish educa-
tion committees, and Hyman
Crystal, executive director.
Assisting them are Melvin
The World Academy in Jeru-
Weisz, district AJE chairman; salem will erect the Rabbi Her-
Juluis Kahn, president of the bert S. Goldstein Library on its
Men's Council; Mrs. Harry Bod- campus as a tribute to Dr. Gold-
zin, president of the Women's
stein, profes-
Council; Harry Dubin; Sol
sor of homile-
Superfon; H a r ry Oberstein;
tics at Yeshiva
Louis Barden; Rose Fishkin;
University, N.
Beverly Benaim, Jerry Cooper;
Y., who is ob-
and Sylvia Goren.
serving his fif-
tieth anniver-
sary in the
Rabbi to Join Tribute
rabbinate.
to Father-in-Law at
To be erect-
ed on Mt. Her-
Lehrman Dinner
zl, on land ad-
Rabbi Max A. Lipshitz, son-
jacent to the
in-law of Rabbi Moses Lehr-
recently com-
man, will be guest speaker at
pleted Her -
a dinner dance Sunday honor-
zog Memorial
ing Rabbi Lehrman for his 15
Building, the
years' service to Cong. Bnai
library will
Moshe. He will be presented
Goldstein
cost a million
with a life Israeli pounds (approximately
tenure award. $350,000).
Rabbi Lip-
Dr. Goldstein, chancellor of
shitz is t h e
the World Academy, is sen-
spiritual head
ior rabbi of the West Side
of Temple
Institutional Synagogue i n
Beth Torah in New York, former president
North Miami of the Rabbinical Council of
Beach, Flor- America and honorary presi-
ida.
dent of the Union of Ortho-
Theodore M. dox Jewish Congregations of
Curtis, a past America.
Jewish Scouts to Gather
president of
Lipshitz
One of the founders of the
for Sabbath Service;
the congregation, is chairman
World Academy, he is president
and
master
of
ceremonies
for
Awards to Be Presented
of Homes for Children in Israel,
All scouts of the Jewish faith the 6:30 p.m. affair at Bnai member of the National Coun-
Moshe.
will assemble at Temple Israel
cil for the United Jewish Ap-
Greetings by Sisterhood
for a communitywide observ-
peal and is on the cultural com-
ance of Scout Sabbath 9:30 p.m. President Mrs. Oscar Spilkin mittee of the Joint Distribution
a n d Congregation president Committee.
today.
Norbert Reinstein are on the
The Ner Tamid Award, scout- program. A musical interlude
Author of several books, he
ing award of the Jewish faith,
holds
the honorary degree of
will be presented to scouts who will be presented by Cantor doctor of divinity from Yeshiva
Louis
Klein
and
the
Bnai
Moshe
have distinguished themselves
University and is on its board
in the service of the synagogue. Choral Ensemble.
of trustees.
Sammy
Woolf
and
his
orches-
Dr. Leon Fram will present
tra
will
furnish
dance
music.
the award.
350 Community Centers
Members of Troop 145, spon-
There are some 350 Jewish
sored by the Men's Club of Liberalized Divorce
community centers in cities
Temple Israel, will participate
Law Asked by Rabbis throughout the United States
in the worship service.
serving a total membership of
This will be the first of a
NEW YORK, (JTA)—A reso- more than 650,000 persons.
series of communitywide ob- lution urging liberalization of
•■•••■•■••■■•=%■■•'
servances of Scout Sabbath by the divorce law in New York
local Jewish congregations.
State, which now permits di-
CASH FOR
vorces only on the ground of
ISRAEL
adultery, was adopted at the
annual meeting of the New
BONDS
York Board of Rabbis. The
Board represents Orthodox, Re-
341-5477
DETROIT
form and Conservative rabbis
in this city and vicinity. Rabbi
Max Schenk was elected presi-
dent of the organization.
Other resolutions adopted by
the Board affirmed continuous
opposition to all religious ob-
servances in the public schools;
called for expansion of New
York City's "Fair Sabbath Law"
to include the entire state;
urged intensification of Jewish
education to counter assimilia-
tionist trends; requested the
United States Senate to ratify
Jan. 15 - Feb. 15
the United Nations Convention
Against Genocide; commended
"The Jewish National Fund rep- United States support for Is-
resents one of Zionism's most rael's water plan; and requested
constructive achievements in hu- the U.S.A. to help bring about
man welfare and social develop- peace between Israel and the
ment. It has made possible for Arab states.
many Americans to join in an

Many adult Jewish educa-
tion study groups of Bnai Brith
throughout the country will be
telephoned Monday for a "con-
versation lecture" by Rabbi
Morris Adler, national adult
Jewish education chairman.
A new technique will enable
many of the study groups to
join in a "study session" with-
out leaving their living rooms
or Lodge meeting places.
Bnai Brith will be the first
organization outside of the
formal classroom to test this
new "tele-lecture" idea, which
is an adaptation of the long-
distance telephone conference.
The tele-lecture will ori-
ginate from Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, and Rabbi Morris
Adler, spiritual leader, will
talk on "Will Jews Be Jews in
2084?".
He will be introduced by Dr.
Louis Kaplan, president of the
Baltimore Hebrew College and
chairman of the Jewish Heri-
tage editorial committee.
Following the rabbi's lecture,
a question-answer period will
be held in which 35 listening
posts throughout the country
will participate.
Some of the participating
groups will come from Jackson,
Miss.; Memphis; Austin, Tex.;
Charlotte, N. C.; Miami; Chi-
cago; New York, and Washing-
ton, D.C.
Many "listening posts" re-
questing participation have

Library in Israel
to Be Named for
Rabbi Goldstein

-

The Hebrew Academy, Oak
Park branch of the Beth Yehu-
dah Schools, has 185 students
enrolled in kindergarten and
seven grades, through the first
year of junior high school.

Students receive a co-or-
dinated Hebrew-English Edu-
cation, combining a full pro-
gram of Hebrew studies with
a complete secular education
in English studies.

Proceeds will benefit the
Hebrew Academy's physical
needs such as improvements in
the building and parking lot fa-
cilities and the purchase of ad-
ditional playground, science and
other classroom equipment.

The branch serves children of
the Oak Park and Southfield
areas.
In celebration of their seven
years of existence, the PTA of
the Hebrew Academy and its
afternoon school, the Bnai Is-
rael Torah Center, an affiliate
of the United Hebrew Schools,
are planning an anniversary din-
ner 7 p.m. Feb. 18, at the
Crystal Room.

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