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December 03, 1965 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-03

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Memorial Meeting for Tzhebin Gaon

United Synagogue Maps
st Day-School Conclave

A "hesped" memorial assembly
for the world-renowned gaon of
world Jewry, Dov Berish Weiden-
feld, dean of Yeshivot Chaye Oylom
and Kochov M'Yaakov in Jeru-
salem, will be held 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Cong. Northwest Young Is-
rael. Members of the Detroit
rabbinate and roshei yeshivoth
will address the assembly.
The Gaon of Tzhebin, Poland,
who died Nov. 12 in Jerusalem at
age 83, was considered by Talmudic
scholars the world over as a great
Talmudic authority of this genera-
tion.
BM MO
1611. ME MI BIN 11111
During World War II he was ex-

HOW DOES HARRY
iled to Siberia with no access to
I
THOMAS DO IT?
any of his sacred books. He was
forced to study from memory for
I
Come to 15200
years.
I
W. 7 Mile Road
The Gaon authored a number
And See for Yourself !
of books on rabbinics, in which
or me 1.1 1.1
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wir

NEW YORK — The first con-
ference of Solomon Schechter Day
Schools in North America, spon-
sored by the United Synagogue
of America Commission on Jewish
Education, will be held Dec. 26-
27 at the Waldorf Astoria.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancel-
lor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, will deliver the keynote
address to an expected audience
of 300-400, composed of rabbis,
educators, administrators and lay-
men, representing a cross-section
of the Conservative movement.

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1 Jan. 17
$1 50
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Rabbi Segal to Speak
at Seminary Reception

Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will speak
on the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary's 80th anniversary at a
Standard City Club luncheon re-
ception to be hosted by David
Safran noon, Dec. 10.
The event will inaugurate ob-
servance of the historic celebra-
tion by both Ades Shalom Syna-

Large Synagogue
in NY Is Razed

COMPLDTELY AIR CONDITION110

•,

Young Israel's "Yavneh" col-
legiate organization was praised by
the Hillel Foundation director at
Wayne State University for its
concern with the needs of the
observant Jewish • student on
campus.
Dr. Max Kapustin,, speaking at
the opening session of the Mid-
western convention of the Young
Israel movement, hailed the Yav-
neh emphasis on "learning in
depth," adding that "unfortunate-
ly, in most cases, Hillel has reduc-
ed its program to the least common
denominator, thus leaving a
vacuum for the student with an
Orthodox background."
Over 50 delegates from New
York, St. Louis, Cleveland and
Dayton attended sessions at the
four Young Israel centers in the
Detroit area.
Stephen Bressler, national presi-
dent of Young Israel Intercol-
legiate Council, and Larry Cern,
regional vice president of Yavneh,
led discussion on that topic, and
another session was concerned
with "stemming the tide of ac-
culturation on the campus."
Intensive Jewish education before
arrival on campus is a solution to
the problem, discussants concluded.
Delegates resolved to explore
an expanded Camp Shor program
in 1967. Next year's convention
will be held in Cleveland.

the Seminary's national executive
committee.
Rabbi Segal, ordained as rabbi
with an MEIL degree from the
Seminary in 1939, has occupied
the pulpit at Adas Shalom since
1946. He is one of 20 Conservative
rabbis who serve on the rabbinic
cabinet of the Seminary.

WW1

BEN NOVACK, President

Cite Young Israel
for College Role

A



gogue and the Detroit Conserva-
tive community, it was announced
by Safran, who" is a member of

\itv
acres of

HOTEL • MIAMI

he quoted many chapters from
the Talmud and commentaries.
When they were later made
ready for printing in Israel, it
was found that hundreds of his
lengthy quotations, which he had
done by heart, were exactly as
the text and needed no correc-
tion.
Admirers streamed to his burial
in Jerusalem from all over Israel,
and there were 50,000 mourners
at his graveside.
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, spiritual
leader of Cong. Dovid Ben Nuchim,
and executive director of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, was
his disciple.

4,

NEW YORK (JTA)—A blaze
last Friday night destroyed the
West Side Institutional Synagogue,
one of the largest Orthodox syna-
gogues in the city.
After being called to the fire
shortly after services Friday eve-
ning, firemen, accompanied by a
number of synagogue members,
dashed into the building and suc-
ceeded in saving all 24 of the in-
stitution's Torah scrolls even be-
fore they began spraying the
flames.

Irsael's Diamond Exports
Israel's gem diamond polishing
industry, one of the most import-
ant branches of the country's
economy, last year exported some
$120,000,000 worth of goods.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, December 3, 1965

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