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August 27, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Rabbi I. Stollman Given Community Farewell Honors

Spokesmen for all groups in the
community joined Tuesday night in
honoring Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac
Stollman, at a farewell gathering
at Imperial Caterers, prior to their
departure to take up residence in
CONG. SHAAREY HOMAYIM: Services 7 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Satur- Jerusalem.
day. Rabbi Goldman will speak on "The Beginning of Elul."
Rabbi Stollman's 40 years of
.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi services here were reviewed, and
Syme will speak on "Thou Shalt Not Destroy the Name of God." there were expressions of indebt-
Kenneth Alan Kanners, Bar Mitzvah; Karen Lynn Kanners, Bas edness to him for his labors in be-
Mitzvah.
half of the Mizrachi movement, Al-
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 6:45 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday. lied Jewish Campaigns, the Jew-
Joel Landry and Ralph Cohen,. Bnai Mitzvah.
ish Welfare Federations and the
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. Saturday. congregational movements.
William Watnick, Bar Mitzvah.
David I. Berris presided, and
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. greetings were extended to Rabbi
Saturday. Jeffrey Shapero and Howard Kloc, Bnai Mitzvah.
CONG. BETH SHALOM: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Beth Abraham Names
Dennis Stern, Bar Mitzvah.
BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:40 a.m. Columbus, Ohio, Cantor
Saturday. Howard Michael Gutman, Bar Mitzvah.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday. for Auxiliary Services
Robert Kahn, Bar Mitzvah.
Cong. Beth Abraham has en-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Services 8:15 p.m. today. Robert A. Goldstrom, gaged the services of Rev. Bernard
Bar Mitzvah.
Schottenstein of Columbus, 0., to
Regular services will be held at Downtown Synagogue 7:45 p.m. chant the synagogue's auxiliary
today, Cang. Bnai Jacob, Young Israel of Northwest Detroit, Cong. liturgical services in Nusbaum
Beth Moses, Temple Beth El and Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods. Hall during the forthcoming holi-
days.
During the past 10 years, Beth
Abraham has welcomed more than
400 neighbors and guests who are
not affiliated as members of the
congregation as worshipers on the
Dr. Samuel Krohn, president of services and religious facilities for Holy Days.
the Jewish Community Council, a regularly constituted member-
There is a modest charge for re-
joined with Hubert J. Sidlow, chair- ship. The scheduling of services served seats. For seat arrange-
man of the Council's internal re- exclusively for the High Holidays, ments call the synagogue office
lations committee, in a plea for the in temporary and often inappro- week days from 9-4:30 p.m. and
exercise of "community discipline" priate quarters, is entirely out of 7-8:45 p.m., Sundays from 10 a.m.-
with respect to so-called "mush- keeping with the standards our 1:00 p.m.
community has the right to expect.
room synagogues."
Cantor Schottenstein was born in
"To a gratifying extent," the Solicitation and advertising add to Columbus, where hc received his
Council leaders stated, "Detroit the problem," Krohn and Sidlow secular and reli-
has been spared this problem in stated.
gious education.
The Council position with re- He has served for
recent years. The voluntary exer-
cise of community discipline has spect to "mushroom synagogue" 12 years as can-
meant that the dignity and solemn- has recognized that regularly or- tor of Beth El
ity of worship services have been ganized synagogues and temples Synagogue in
sponsor ongoing activities beyond Springfield, 0 .
protected."
"By the accepted definition, a those associated with formal wor- and in Ahavat
synagogue provides year-round ship, such as education, youth ac- Shalom Syna-
tivity and civic participation.
gogue in Colum-
"It is fitting that those who wor- bus.
ship at the time of the High Holi-
1,11/11' A PHONE CAL! AWAY...
Under the di- Schottenstein
days should do so through an es- rection of Rabbi Israel I. Halpern,
tablished congregation, one which Holiday sermons and English inter-
is a part of the community through- pretations of the prayers also will
RENTAL SYSTEM
out the year, and which assumes be made in the auxiliary services
its share of the total responsibili- in Nusbaum Hall.
ties which accrue to the organiza-
tion and maintenance of syna-
"In a change of government, the
gogues and temples," the Council poor change nothing but their
statement said.
masters."—Phaedrus (c. 25 B.C. E.)
One complaint of local "mush-
room synagogue" activity is cur- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
RENT A NEW CAR
rently under investigation by a spe- 18—Friday, August 27, 1965
Fine Chrysler Products .. .
cial Council committee.

SYNAGOGUE

SERVICES

and Mrs. Stollman by Dr. Samuel
Krohn, Judge Theodore Levin,
Rabbi Leizer Levin and Rabbi
Samuel Stollman.
Especially moving was the ex-
pression of good wishes to his par-
ents by Rabbi Samuel Stollman,
who expressed joy at his father's
fulfilling a life's ambition while in-

dicating the sorrow at having his

parents take up residence so dis-
tant from him.
'Rabbi Isaac Stollman's response
was a re-evaluation of the years
of activities in which he was en-
gaged and a pledge of rededica-
tion to the aims of advancing
Jewry's and Israel's spiritual aims.

Q1:

Want nubs from your children!

Talk to the kids of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.

This is what you may expect to hear:

1) They receive the finest in Jewish education — in-
cluding Bible, History, Hebrew language, and Talmud.

2)

Warning On Mushroom Synagogues
Issued by Jewish Community Council

The Phi Beta Kappa Society of Michigan has awarded
more certificates of commendation proportionally to
the boys and girls of Beth Yehudah than any other
school in the state.

At the last Wayne State University graduation, three
of our graduates were admitted into the Society itself.

3)

Parenfs are especially proud of the Bar Mitzvah train-
ing their children receive. Their children are taught
how to conduct services, read the Torah Scroll and sing
the Haftorah. (Incidentally, all Bar Mitzvah instruc-
tion is free.)

4)

The children learn to love Eretz Yisroel. In fact, close
to 20 of them are now continuing their studies in
Israel.

5)

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They're proud to be Jews—as well as Americans.
You'll be proud of them too.

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23 New Jewish Chaplains
Enter U.S. Armed Forces

Twenty-three new Jewish military
chaplains have entered the U. S.
Armed Forces in time to officiate
at Rosh Hashanah services for Jew-
ish military personnel, it was an-
nounced by Rabbi Israel Miller,
chairman of the National Jewish
Welfare Board Commission on Jew-
ish Chaplaincy and spiritual leader
of the Kingsbridge Heights (Bronx,
N. Y.) Jewish Center.

CONGREGATION EZRAS ACHIM

Turover Society

Invites the community to join them in High Holiday Serv-
ices (Rosh Hashanah, Monday and Tuesday, September 27
and 28, and Yom Kippur, Wednesday, October 6) at our
new air-conditioned synagogue

10310 WEST 7 MILE ROAD

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The kids know all of this and they won't kid you.
Their brand new school on Fairfax in Southfield will open
this fall. Girls' classes will be held in the beautiful build-
ing on 7 Mile and Lesure. You can register your child,
nursery through high school, by calling UN 2-6668.

Hurry now before your kids beat you to it!

THE BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE

Religious School

Accepting Registration for the Fall Term

MAIN SCHOOL in the Synagogue Bldg., 18000 Wyoming

Kdg. (age 4) Through Grade 10 age 16)

SOUTHFIELD BRANCH in Southfield School No. 16

27777 Lahser Rd. — between 11 & 12 Mile Rds.

Kdg. (age 4) Through Grade 4 (age 9)

Between Birwood and Griggs

Hebrew instruction offered to all children

Best Cantors Will

Classes begin Sunday, Sept. 12

Conduct Services

DO HOT WAIT —REGISTER HOW!

Tickets Available at Office Starting
Sunday, August 29th, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Daily 4 to 8 p.m.

Isidore Sosnick, President; Nathan Korby, Treasurer; Jacob Bobrin,
Hyman Krowitiz, Vice-Presidents; Jacob Zeldes, Financial Sec'y;

Nathan Samet, Assoc. Treas.; Julius Honeyman, Elder; William Keller,

Bldg. Mgr.; Louis Rabinowitz, Recording Sec'y.

at the School Offices at 18000 Wyoming

For Further Information Call:

UN 1-5999

OR

Cr

UN 1-5222

A Limited Number of Synagogue Memberships Are Available

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