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May 28, 1965 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-28

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Radom Survivors to Unveil Monument
as Societies Gathe r for Parley Here

A monument to the 30,000
martyrs of Radom and vicinity
will be unveiled 11 a.m. Monday
at Hebrew Memorial Park by the
Radomer Mutual Society of De-
troit. The memorial service will
also honor the 6,000,000 who per-
ished in the Nazi holocaust.
Dedication of the monument
will coincide with the convention
here of the United Radomer So-
cieties of the United States, Can-
ada, Israel and Australia. Dele-
gates from all cities where the
Radomer Society has chapters will
include Tuvya Freedman, who is
considered largely responsible for
the capture of arch Nazi Adolf
Eichmann.
The convention this week-end
at the Labor Zionist Institute will
mark the fifth anniversary of the
Radomer Mutual Society of De-
troit and the 20th anniversary of
the liberation of the survivors
from Radom.

The 12th annual Radomer
convention will open 8:30 p.m.

ident; Louis E. Levitan and Mrs.
Eleanor Manella, vice presidents,
with Mrs. Manella also holding
the office of secretary; Norbert
Goldberg, treasurer; Marvin Koz-
lowski, monument chairman; and
Martin Rose, convention chair-
man. S. Shiffman is Israel chair-
man and trustees are I. Engels
and R. Steinbaum. Levitan is con-
vention co-chairman.

$1,250,000 Synagogue
Expansion in Chcago

CHICAGO (JTA) —Ground-
breaking ceremonies were held

here for the initial construction of
a $1,250,000 expansion program of
Anshe Emet Synagogue to provide
additional needed facilities.

Then I began to think, that it is
very true which is commonly said,
that the one-half of the world
knoweth not how the other half
liveth. —Rabelais.

Ten Beth El Confirmands of Class of 1915
Will Be Honored at Consecration Service

Ten confirmands of 50 years
ago, the 1915 confirmation class of
Temple Beth El, will be honored
at the consecration service for con-
firmands and high school gradua-
tion exercises at 8:30 p.m. services
of Temple Beth El June 4.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will pre-
sent each 1915 confirmand with a
photograph and program of the
1915 confirmation class.
The following 1915 confirmands
will be present: Lester Alexander,
Mrs. Samuel B. Danto, Mrs. Alfred
I. Dreifus, Isadore Edwards, Maier
Finsterwald, Mrs. Clarence Held-
man, Mrs. Clement A. Hopp, Mrs.
Ephraim Lieberman, Alfred May-
ers and Mrs. Lawrence Van Baalen.
The presence of 10 members of
the 1915 confirmation class out of
a total of 28 confirmands, is be-
lieved to be a first in the history
of the American synagogue. The
ceremony is being conducted on
the occasion of the 115th anniver-
sary of Temple Beth El.

The high school graduation
class, consisting of 43 students,
has been attending religious
school 14 years. They will be ad-

dressed by Dr. Richard C. Hertz,
and Rabbi Morton M. Kanter will
officiate.

The valedictory address will be
delivered by Elaine Ruth Koenigs-
berg, and other participants will
be Archie Katcher, chairman of
the religious school committee;
Bernard R. Isenberg, president of
the men's club; and Alfred Lin-
denbaum, immediate past presi-
dent of the men's club.
Sidney J. Karbel, president of
the Temple, and Dr. Norman
Drachler, educational director, will
present awards to confirmands
during the consecration service.
Activity pins, certificates and
keys for participation in extra-
curricular activities were present-
ed at the high school youth serv-
ice May 23.
The confirmation service will be

held .9:45 a.m. June 6. A class of
115 will be confirmed. Dr. Hertz
and Rabbi Kanter w ill officiate.
Mrs. Samuel Willis, president of
the sisterhood, and Mrs. Roger
Ettlinger, immediate past presi-
dent of the sisterhood, will parti-
cipate.

Memphis Synagogue Aim

MEMPHIS, (JTA)—Beth Sholom
East Memphis Synagogue launched
a campaign here to raise $250,000
for the construction of a new build-
ing for the expansion of its pres-
ent facilities.

IF YOU TURN THE

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UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN

Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.

Saturday at the Institute. The

Convention banquet will be held
6 p.m. Sunday at Temple Emanu-
El. Rabbi Moses Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Cong. Bnai
Moshe, will be guest speaker,
and Cantor Moses Rontal of
Chicago, who originally came
from Radom, will be guest art-
ist.
The memorial service at the

monument unveiling will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Charles Rosen-
sweig and Lt. Col. Herbert Eskin,
the first Jewish chaplain to meet
and greet the survivors of Radom.
All Jewish organizations have
been asked to participate in the
ceremony.
Members of the Radomer Mu-
tual Society of Detroit are all
survivors. Oscar Goldberg is pres-

Beth El Dedicates
Martyrs' Memorial
. . . . . . . .

MEMORIAL TO 6 MILLION

Dr. Richard C. Hertz will dedi-
cate the Weinman Memorial
Sculpture, memorializing the
6,000,000 Jews who perished in
the Nazi holocaust, at the annual
memorial service 11 a.m. Sunday
at Beth El Memorial Park, Li-
vonia.
Following dedication, Dr. Hertz
will speak on "The Flame of Re-
membrance."
Reform congregations to par-
ticipate are Temples I s r a e 1,
Emanu-El, Beth Am and Beth El.
The choir of Temple Beth El,
under the direction of Prof.
Jason H. Tickton, and Cantor Har-
old Orbach of Temple Israel, will
render the liturgical music.
The sculpture, designed by
Walter Midener, bears a plaque
honoring the Weinman family,

with whose generosity the memo-
rial was erected.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 28, 1965-15

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