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May 13, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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Dr. Arzt to Speak at Standard-City Club Reception

Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, and Joseph Friedman,
chairman of the board of the
Chromalloy Corp., will be guest
speakers for a Standard-City Club .
reception 4 p.m. May 23.
In salute to the. seminary on the
80th anniversary
of its founding
as the central
institution o f
learning for Con-
servative Juda-
ism, hosts for
the reception are
•Louis Berry, Tom
Borman, Alfred
L. Deutsch. John
E. Lurie and Da-
vid Miro, each of
.whom serves on •
t h e seminary's
national board of
overseers. Wailt-
Dr. Arzt
er L. Field, Da-

Rabbi Goldman to Give
Summer Hebrew Course

yid Safran, Hyman Safran, Jack
Shenkman and Benjamin . Weiss
are co-hosts.
Prior to his appointment as
seminary vice chancellor in 1951,
Dr. Arzt was the seminary's direc-
tor of field service activities, a
post to which he was named in
1939: He is also Israel Goldstein
Professor of Practical Theology
on the Seminary's rabbinical school
faculty.
Dr. Arzt served as president

of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America and as vice president
of the Synagogue Council of
America. He is author of sev-

Temple Bnai Israel of Saginaw
will exhibit 2-5 p.m. May 22 a col-
lection of Israel paintings. This ex-
hibition is through the cooperation
of the Safarai Art Gallery.

Seek to Fill
Vacant Morocco
Rabbinic Post

Phone 637-5118 (Area 616)

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Free Dancing Lessons
Champagne Hour - Midnight
Snacks
Famous Jewish-Style Cooking
SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN Sep-
arate Dining Room & Counselor
Supervision
Additional Air Conditioned and
Remodeled Rooms

DECORATION WEEK-END

Friday, May 27 For Dinner
Thru Monday Lunch

$27.50 to $31.50

per person

Air Cond. Rooms Slightly Higher

SPECIAL RATES TO JULY 15

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A St. Louis
philan thropist
and industrialist,
Friedman, GO, is
chairman of the
seminary's N a -
tional Patrons
Society, and will
be the guest of
t h e seminary's
local Patrons So-
Friedman
ciety which is
sponsoring the May 23 reception.

Noted Israeli Artist Jossi Stern
Will Speak at Sao-41141.w
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Jossi Stern, prominent Israeli
painter, wil explain and interpret
Rabbi Jack Goldman, 18244 the Israeli paintings on display. He
Cherrylawn, will teach a course, wil have many of his own paintings
"Introduction to Biblical Hebrew," on exhibition.
at the University of Detroit, this
All paintings at the exhibit will
summer.
be for sale.
The course will meet from 9 to
Mrs. Joseph Kessel is chairman
9:50 Monday through Friday start- of the art exhibit. There is no ad-
ing June 27. Reg- mission, and all are welcome.
istration is the
Stern is an instructor at the Be-
week of May 24. zalel School of Arts and Crafts,
Carrying t w o Jerusalem. Since 1954, he has made
credit hours, the regular tours of the art centers of
course is open to Europe in France, Holland, Italy
both graduate and Greece. He had one-man shows
and undergradu- at the Rinah Gallery, Jerusalem, at
ate students.
the Chamerinski Gallery, Tel-Aviv,
"The purpose of and at Beth Haam, Jerusalem. He
the course," Rah- is the recipient of a UNESCO Fel-
., bi Goldman said, lowship.
"is to provide a
Born in 1923 in Hungary, Stern
familiarity with got to Palestine in early 1940 as an
the language of "illegal immigrant." He was cared
the Bible read- for by Youth Aliyah and the Betar
Rabbi Goldman ing, writing and youth organization and received
conversational Hebrew.
agricultural training in various vil-
lages, from Rosh Pinah in the
north to Rishon Letzion in the
Catholics Buy Bonds
A pledge of $200,000 towards south, working in orange groves, in
Israel Bond purchases was made tobacco fields and on road building.
Tuesday in San Francisco by the In 1943, thanks to a group of
Roman Catholic archdiocese, at a friends and with the assistance of
dinner at which Jack Benny re- Youth Aliyah, all of whom recogl
ceived the Israel Freedom Medal. nized his early artistic promise, he
was given the opportunity of study-
ing at Bezalel School. Three years
later he graduated, winning the
Hermann Struck Award as out-
standing student, and was immedi-
ately engaged by the school as, an
instructor.
At Mid-America's fabulous resort ...
a playtime paradise where you'll enjoy:
In 1947, as Israel's struggle for
independence entered its final and
• Terrific food
decisive phase, Jossi Stern served
• Beautiful heated pool
and patio
as "War Illustrator." He was in
• All sports
Jerusalem throughout the siege of
• Gala floor shows
the city as staff artist of the Army's
// • FREE GOLF
Jerusalem weekly, "Magen" and,
UNTIL JULY 1
after the siege was lifted in the
New Low Rates,
summer of 1948, he joined the staff
"WHERE VACATION
of the official army weekly, "Barna-
DREAMS COME TRUE!'
hane." That same year he publish-

SOUTH HAVEN, MICHIGAN

eral books and was a United
States delegate to the Atlantic
NATO Congress in London in
the summer of 1959.

CASABLANCA (JTA) —The
Council of the Jewish Community
of Morocco met this week for the
first time since November, to dis-
cuss the filling of the vacancy in
the post of Grand Rabbi. The posi-
tion has been open since last De-
cember's resignation of Grand
Rabbi Saul Danan.
The Ministry of the Interior now
wishes to fill the position of Grand
Fabbi, with the incumbent being
recognized as the spiritual leader
of the Jewish community. However,
it is not known, as yet, whether the
new Grand Rabbi will be appointed
by the Interior Ministry, after con-
sultation with leaders of the Jew-
ish community, or the Government
will allow the Jewish community
to elect its own Grand Rabbi. These
issues and the candidacies were
discussed at the Council meeting,
but no announcement was made as
to whether any decision had been
made by the Jewish leaders.

ed a highly successful book, "Be-
gius, Maleh" (Total Mobilization),
a selection of sketches of his war-
time experience.
In 1952, Mikra Studio of Tel-
Aviv published an album, "Jeru-
salem," consisting of water colors
and pen-and-ink sketches by Stern.
At this time, he became a regular
contributor to a number of daily
and weekly newspapers. Since 1954,
he has made regular tours of the
art centers of Europe in France,
Holland, Italy and Greece.

Rabbi Weinstein
Takes UAW Post
Left by Dr. Adler

Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein of Chi-
cago, president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, has
been named as a member of the
public review board of the United
Auto Workers to replace the spot
left vacant by the
late Rabbi Morris
Adler of Detroit.
. The review
board hears griev-
ances from indi-
vidual members
of the union or
chapters and de-
termines a just
solution to prob-
lems, It is a uni-
que body in labor
arbitration ma-
Weinstein
chinery.
Rabbi Weinstein, a specialist in
labor relations, is a member of
President Johnson's emergency
board of the National Mediation
Service. On this body the spiritual
leader of Temple KAM in Chi-
cago was the only clergyman sett-
ling the recent dispute between the
Railway Carriers and the Railroad
Brotherhood.
Rabbi Weinstein recently receiv-
ed the Sidney Hillman Award for
Meritorious Public Service along
with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
and Msgr. George G. Higgins. He
was also honored recently by
Loyola University's industrial re-
lations department at its 25th an-
niversary function for service to-
ward the betterment of labor re-
lations.

Bnai Moshe 'Honors Day'
to Pay Tribute to Members
Who Helped in Growth

Cong. Bnai Moshe will celebrate
Honors Day in the main sanctuary
2:30 p.m, May 22 in recognition
of the accomplishments and ded-
ication of its membership in erect-
ing the Oak Park structure.
Plaques bearing the names of
donors to the building fund during
the construction period, a golden
book where the names of con-
tributors is inscribed and a tablet
memorializing Rabbi Moses Fisc-
her, who was spiritual leader of
the synagogue for a quarter •en-
tury, will be dedicated.
The men and women choral
ensemble will sing under the direc-
tion of Cantor Louis Klein. Karl
Greenberg is arrangements chair-
man.
. Refreshments will be served by
the sisterhood. Members and their
families are invited.

Beth Am Will Host A Scout Official Today;
County Training School Chaplain May 20

During the oneg Shabbat at the
conclusion of 8:30 p.m. Sabbath
Eve services today, Temple Beth
Am will have as its guest speaker
Paul Porch, assistant district ex-
ecutive, Boy Scouts of America. As
part of his presentation on "What
is Scouting?," Porch will show a
film.
The Beth Am Men's Club is or-
ganizing cub and scout groups un-
der its auspices as part of a larger
plan to expand the Jewish scout-
ing movement in the Detroit met-
ropolitan area.
The service is held at the Cohn
Building of the United Hebrew
Schools.
*
*
The Rev. Ronald Phelps, inter-
faith chaplain at the Wayne County
Training School in Plymouth and
Protestant chaplain at the Vet-
erans Administration Hospital in
Dearborn, will discuss "Working
With the Retarded Child" at the
oneg Shabbat May 20.
There are presently six Jew-
ish children of various ages at
the Wayne County Training
School, but no part-time Jewish
chaplain to serve their spiritual
or educational needs.
Consequently, a procedure has
been 'arranged between Chaplain
Phelps and Rabbi David Jessel of
Beth Am, for these children to at-
tend the regular family worship

services, where the service and
sermon are geared to a child's
level.

Chaplain Phelps came to this
area two years ago, having served
as chaplain at the Federal Re-
formatory in El Rino, Okla.

GROSSINGER'S HAS EVERYTHING!

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Beach Parties; Boating
(Paddle and Row); Boy Meets
Girl; Bowling; Bridge
Tournaments; Broadway
Stage Shows.
pos,
THt
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 13,1966-17

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GROSSINGER; N.Y.

Roll out of bed and
you're on the
golf course at Kutsher's.

Our golf course is 400 feet away from the main building,
250 feet away from the dining room (but if you want to ,
play in your pajamas you can't eat in them) and 280 feet
away from our 2 night clubs (in case you'd rather golf
than dance 'till dawn). It's a champion course: 18 beau• ;
tiful holes, .3 tees at every hole, 7,157 yards long. With
lush fairways, fiendish traps and greens smooth as vel-
vet. (Good velvet.) Plus a driving range, a putting green,
an abundance of electric carts ...all of it presided over by
PGA Pro Tony Longo — our famous Doctor of Golf.
For the family we've got Broadway entertainment, 4
bands, a teen program, day-camp, night patrols, tennis,
indoor and outdoor swimming...but not for you. For you
we've got a nice, soft bed. With television. Who can dance
after 18 holes? You?

Kutsher's Country Club

Monticello, NewYork

See Your Travel Agent or Call (212) 243-3112 or Monticello
(914) 794-6000.
Open All Year

77,
July 3-for-2 SPECIA L!

. ... and the 3rd will
Starting Monday, July
be free!" That's right!
4th until Sunday, July 31, the 3rd person
(adult or child) in a room with 2 adults at
Nippersink will be our guest and entitled to
lodging and food (3 meals each day) abso-

"Take a vacation for 3

..Reserve
mow for
uly 4th
weekend,

b

utely free.

There's so-o-o-o much to enjoy
at NIPPERSINK this summer

• Attractive accommodations
• Delicious full course meals

FAMILY BONUS!

July 4th to 15th only
In addition _to 3-for-2 Spe-
cial, extra children in the

• Private 18-hole golf course
• Floor show and dancing nightly
same room will cost only
• Free group lessons — golf,
$4.00 per day, including 3
swimming, cha-cha, twist
meals.
• Afternoon cocktail dancing
41111011,
• Tennis, Boating,
_ Swimming —
Water Ski School,
26th to Friday,
Bicycling, Softball
Any days ... Sunday, June
• Complete children's
July 1st . . . from only $14.00 daily, per
every day!
program for
person, complete. FREE GOLF
all ages
under 17 years, only

June "Early Bird" Specials

AND CHILDREN

Fun for ALL
THE FAMILY —
all the time!

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$4.00 per day, including 3 meals, when

sharing room with parents.

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