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January 14, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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Orthodox Rabbis, Federation Start
Fund for Traditional Institutions

CCAR's Dr Silver
to Talk at Beth El
Services Tonight

Couple Gives $1 Million to Cleveland Mt. Sinai

CLEVELAND (JTA)—Establish-
meat of a new clinical research
institute at Mt. Sinai Hospital to
be known as the Shirley and
Maurice Saltzman Institute for
Clinical Research, has followed a
record gift of $1,000,000 by the
couple. Announcement of the gift
and the new institute was made
by Max Freedman, Mt. Sinai pres-

ident, at a special meeting of the
board.
The gift, the largest in the in-
stitution's history, is expected to
exert a positive effect upon every
aspect of its medical program.
Saltzman is a trustee of Mt. Sanai
Hospital, a vice-president of the
Jewish Community Federation
and was recently appointed a fel-
low at Brandeis University.

At the Sisterhood Sabbath serv-
ices of Temple Beth El tonight at
8:30, Rabbi Daniel Jeremy Silver,
of The Temple in Cleveland, will
preach on "Reform Judaism—An
Agonizing Reappraisal."
An honor graduate of Harvard
University, Dr.
Silver is editor
of the Central
American Rabbis
Quarterly Jour-
nal. He is presi-
dent of the Cleve-
Thanks! and Thanks again . . .

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From left, at the Federation meeting at which Yeshivoth arrange-
CCAR and holds

ments were conducted are: Max M. Fisher, Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka,
many other posts
Hyman Safran and Phillip Stollman.

in Cleveland and
* * *

Harry Thomas Beats Them All!
nationally.
Dr.
Silver

In a joint announcement before
At
the
Saturday
morning
serv-
the board of governors of the Jew- Gesu Church Pastor
SPORT
COATS

ices Dr. Richard C. Hertz will
$60 to $126 Values
ish Welfare Federation, Rabbi
speak
on
"Where
We
Stand
on
to
Discuss
Teens
and
Joshua Sperka, representing the
Conversion," second in a series of
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, and
Sabbath sermons on "Contem-
Hyman Safran, president of Family at Adas Shalom
porary Issues on Jewish Life." The
SAVE LIKE YOU NEVER SAVED BEFORE
Federation, heralded the forma-
The Adas Shalom lecture series Bar Mitzvah of Harvey Freed will

tion of a Vaad Ha'yesbivot Central on "Morals, Man and the Good be observed.
SLACKS
Fund for Traditional Institutions, Society," will present as its second
$20 to $35 Values

under the auspices of both organi- guest speaker 9:15 p.m. Tuesday
6
zations. The fund will be headed Fr. John C. Schwartz, Pastor of Nuns Speak at Synagogue

BURLINGAME, Calif. — Two

by an acting chairman, Phillip Gesu Church.

Catholic nuns addressed a Jewish
Stollman.
Fr. Schwartz,

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congregation at Temple Sholom

Rabbi Sperka joined in the en- who will speak
here
for
the
first
time.
They
were
dorsement of the central fund as on "The Teen-
among observers at the recent
a step in the achievement of a ager, the Family

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more systematic process of collec- and the Good So-
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ciety,"
is
a
civic
tions for traditional institutions in
o
Monday and Thursday
9 p.m. SUNDAY: 11 to 4 p.m.
tions at San Francisco.
leader and

"m000sese stblimm 000 momoommoottowassme
the United States and in Israel.
spokesman for
The fund will enable individuals interfaith endeav-
to support these institutions in ors ,particularly
either of two ways: collections by in the North-
•Imeshulachim" will be continued west area. Those
'tinder the direct supervision of the who still wish Fr. Schwartz
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, whose to register for the lecture series
office will issue credentials and may contact the Adas Shalom
special receipt books, and make an adult study office, UN 4-7474.
effort to regulate the timing of
The next lecturer will be Rabbi
such visits; or interested donors Harold
S. White of Cong. Beth
may make one annual contribution
In support of these institutions in Israel, Ann A r b o r, discussing
place of separate gifts, thus re- "Morals on' the Campus," Jan. 25.
lieving the charitable donor of the
necessity of receiving a number Brandeis, Illinois U. Set
of institutional representatives
Family, Religion Study
throughout the year.
WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA) — A
The fund is scheduled to begin
formal operation in May of this large-scale survey to obtain de-
tailed information about how fam-
year.
ily living and formation are re-
lated to religious living and activ-
ity will be conducted jointly by
Brandeis University and the Uni-
versity of Illinois. The survey,
which will begin early this year,
will comprise some 3,000 personal
interviews at the homes of Prot-
Philanthropist Joseph Friedman estants, Catholics and Jews through-
of St. Louis, board chairman and out the State of Illionis.
The director of the project, Dr.
chief executive officer of the
Chromalloy Corp. will be honored Bernard Lazerwitz, currently on
at a series of luncheon and din- leave of absence from the Univer-
ner meetings at the Standard City sity of Illinois and now associate
Club when he visits Detroit Jan. professor of research at Brandeis'
Florence Heller Graduate School
25 and 26.
Recently named by Chancellor for Advanced Studies in Social Wel-
Louis Finkelstein as chairman of fare, said the purpose of the proj-
the Jewish Theo- ect is to gain a detailed picture of
religious life and trends in Illi-
logical Semi n- nois.
ary's National
The survey, he said, will also il-
Patrons Society,
Friedman will be lustrate how religious outlook in-
the guest of the fluences f am i l y stability and
Detroit Patrons growth, careers and the handling of
various social problems.
Society.
Among the topics that will be
T h e Patrons
Society is com- covered in the interviews are: ob-
posed of individ- servance of the Sabbath and re-
uals who contrib- ligious festivals; the amount and
Friedman
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of $1,000 for the maintenance of ceived by children; activity in vol-
untary associations; religiousness
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© KOSHER and PAREVE
ference of Christians and Jews.
Friday, January 14, 1966-17

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