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May 08, 1964 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-08

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Fiery Finish for Synagogue Mortgage

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By JAY MASSERMAN

Detroiter Ezriel Weissman Receives
National Lubavitch Education Award

Detroit builder Ezriel Weissman riage campaign to which Weissman
was honored Sunday as "Man of is giving substantial financial and
the Year" by the National Commit- personal support.
tee for Furtherance of Jewish
Education, part of the Lubavitch
Israel's Cotton Crop
international education al and
philanthropic movement.
Israel's cotton production last
Other award winners who have year totaled 16,000 tons resulting
received silver cups in previous from the cultivation of about
years, are S'enators Kenneth Keat- 38,000 acres of cotton.
ing and Harris Williams, Judge
Louis Lefkowitz and former New
York Gov. Averell Harriman.
Weissman, '78, was selected for
For Some
"his dedication to the principles
of our faith and for his actions for
of the
the preservation of Judaism."
best
buys
In his honor, the committee
established the Ezriel Weissman
on new
Fund to help disseminate know-
Pontiacs
ledge of Jewish ideals to American
youth.
and
The committee currently is con-
Tempest
ducting a strong anti-intermar-

Nearly 400 Mumford seniors
will participate in the annual trip
to Washington May 21-24. They
will fly there and stay at the
Mariott Hotel. The trip will in-
clude visits to many of the Capi-
tal's famous sights, a meeting with
Senator Philip A. Hart, a visit to
the Russian Embassy, to the White
House and to Congress, and a
Putting the match to the mortgage at Adas Shalom Synagogue wreath-laying ceremony at the
ceremonies Lag b'Omer Eve, are (from left) Norman Allan, presi- grave of President Kennedy at
dent; Rabbi Jacob E. Segal; and Probate Court Judge Ira G. Kauf- Arlington Cemetery. Entertain-
man, chairman of the mortgage redemption celebration. Participants, ment will include swimming, a visit
including the original building committee, past presidents and to the performance of 'Camelot"
synagogue leaders, are (from left) Gerald Rosenbloom, David
and a dinner dance at the Shore-
Safran, Alfred A. Helfgott, Saul Kling, Samuel Katkin, Manny Lax, ham Hotel.
Mrs. Allen Waller, Morris Sukenic, J. Maurice Karo, Phillip Helf-
In 5 Days
Other senior class activities will
man and Max H. Goldsmith. Leaders not pictured are Charles H.
include the senior variety show,
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Charlip, Irwin I. Cohn, David Desow, Nathan R. Epstein, Dan M.
presenting talented musicians,
SAFEWAY
DRIVER
TRAINING
LeVine, Saul LeVine, Alexander Moss, Samuel S. Simmer and George
dancers and singers, the senior pic-
Spoon. Mrs. Waller represented her late father, David M. LeVine,
nic to be held early in June, the
a synagogue founder.
prom, "Some Enchanted Evening,"
at Masonic Temple and corn-
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"The Lively Arts", a new type
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Rabbi David B. Hollander. spiri- Hungary. Romania and Egypt to take place tonight at 8 p.m. in the
Mumford Auditorium. There will
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be an art and photo exhibit in
Bet. Schaefer and Northwestern Hwy.
the Bronx, will deliver an address
Rabbi Hollander has lectured the lobby and the Muse, Mum-
at dedication ceremonies for the
Conference Room • Suites • Banquet Room
in Europe, Australia, Asia, Bri- ford's literary magazine, will be
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new Hebrew Memorial Chapel 1 tain, Israel and the Americas. He published for this occasion. The
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p.m. May 24. The public is invited.
has been a delegate to the World concert will include selections by
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Transfer of facilities to the cha- iZonist Congress in Jerusalme and
pel. 26640 Greenfield near 11 Mile, represneted U.S. Orthodox Jewry the Concert Band, Girls Glee Club, 0
Oak Park, will follow the dedica- at the Chief Rabbis' Conference, Boys Ensemble and Choir, along
with solos by Matthey Mischakoff.
tion.
London.
violin and John Harvith, piano.
Rabbi Hollander is former presi-
Ordained at Yeshiva University, The second part of the perform- •
invites all who are interested in

dent of the Rabbinical Council of Rabbi Hollander also is a graduate ance will feature Mumford's top •

:•.• • America and of Brooklyn Law School and Drop- talent including folk singing, in-
r-r--

president of the sie College.

terpretive dances, spirituals, popu- • to contact its DETROIT OFFICE


Metropolitan
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove is exe- lar songs and selections by the •

Board of Ortho- cutive director of the Hebrew Stage Band. Tickets may be pur- •
Over 100 Tours This Year



dox Rabbis, New Benevolent Society, the organiza- chased at the door.

York. He headed tion responsible for the building
• SPRING — SHOVOUTH — SUMMER — ROSH HASHANAH
Plans have been completed for •

Round Group Price Only $535 (from New York)
the first delega- of the new Hebrew Memorial the mock Republican national con- •

tion of rabbis to Chapel.
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vention to be held at Mumford •
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tact with Russian Spiegel to Address
is to create an interest in the 1964 Alemobeessmmeetbee*e.••••: •••........oseeimee
Hollander
Jewry since 1917, Beth El Men's Club
political campaign among Mum-
with official authorization of the
ford students. Several hundred
Russian Embassy.
students will participate as dele-
One of the most widely-traveled
gates, with classes being invited
Jewish leaders, he accompanied
to observe the proceedings. Nomi-
a thousand refugees from Poland,
nees for president and vice-presi-
dent will be selected and a plat-
form adopted. Russell Linden,
the club's president, is over-all
chairman. Daniel Piesko of the
social studies department is the
sponsor.
Mumford's track team defeated
Osborn to increase its won-lost
Marilyn Glaser, daughter of Mr.
record to 2-1 for the season. Clar-
and Mrs. Menahem Glaser, won
ence Ray is unofficially tied for
first prize in the Bible quiz con-
first place in the state in the 100-
ducted by the United Hebrew
yard dash. The baseball team be-
Schools and will compete in the
gan its season by defeating Fin-
finals of the fifth annual Bible
ney, 2-0 on a triple by second
Contest of the Department of
IRVING SPIEGEL
baseman Norman Levin.
Education and Culture of the
The 45th annual election dinner
Jewish Agency for Israel, to be
held in New York Sunday at meeting of the Men's Club of Louis Bassin to Receive
the Jewish Agency building, 515 Temple Beth El will be held on Histadrut Award at
Tuesday, 7 p.m., in the Franklin
Park Ave.
Landsmanshaft Meeting
The 54 competitors in the three Social Hall of the Temple. • Irving
Louis Bassin will receive a
Spiegel,
veteran
New
York
Times
divisions of the finals are the final-
Histadrut award
reporter,
will
be
the
guest
speaker.
ists of the more than 15,000 chil-
at a meeting of
dren who competed earlier in the Charles L. Goldstein, a member
the Berditchever
year in the district and regional of the executive board of the Na-
Kishinever Fa-
tional Federation of Temple
Gift packed for Mother's Day: Barton's
eompetitions in 30 cities.
rein 8 p.m. Mon-
Marilyn was one of eight final- Brotherhoods, will install the new-
famous Bartonette Chocolate Miniature
day at Cong.
ists in the Detroit contest held ly elected officers and directors.
assortment. 1 lb., $2. 1 9. One of many
Awards
to
the
Men's
Club
Bowl-
Beth
Yehudah.
Sunday. There were 300 in the
individual gifts by
Bassin, past
audience that heard Michael Mich- ing League will be presented by
president of the
lin, Dr. Sylvan Ginsburgh and Al- Philip Fisher, president.
Kishinever Fa-
bert Elazar conduct the quiz. The
rein, is vice pres-
judges were Rabbi Milton Arm Student Zionist Group
ident of the Ber-
and Louis LaMed.
NEW YORK . LUGANO,
ER
to Host WSU Lecture
ditchever organi-
The first prize—the round trip
The Student Zionist Organiza-
zation and has
to New York to participate in Sun- tion at Wayne State University
been active in
day's national finals—was present- will hold a discussion on "Israel
the landsman-
1 Block North of Curtis
ed by LaMed.
and Its Zionist Heritage" 8 p.m.
shaften for over
Second- and third-prize win- Sunday in the Mart Room, Mac-
30 years, doing
ners, Sandra Gross and Sanford kenzie Hall.
work for Hista-
Olshansky, received a set of the
Guest speaker will be Lawrence
Bassin
drut.
literary works of Hayim Nahman Crohn, an authority on Israel. Re-
at 10 MILE, next door to Dexter Davison Market
Bialik and a Jewish encyclopedia, freshments and Israeli dancing
THE
DETROIT
JEWISH
NEWS
respectively.
will follow.
Friday, May 8, 1964
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