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September 23, 1966 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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Shaarey Zedek Schedules 2nd Sale
and Exhibit of International Art

The second annual International by the fine arts commission of
Art Exhibition and Sale sponsored Cong. Shaarey Zedek will be held
Oct. 23-30 at the synagogue.
local galleries as well
Rabbi Mark Receives as Leading
a prominent Israeli gallery will
Artists represented
NCCJ Gold Medallion participate.
will be those who, in the words
NEW YORK — "The tragedy of of the late Rabbi Morris Adler,
our age has largely resulted from writing of the 1965 show: "in con-
man's success in splitting the temporary idiom and form, reflect
atom before uniting the world," the continuing spiritual quest and
said the Rev. Dr. Julius Mark at outreaching of the human soul, for
the first religious leaders' dinner beauty in the universe and in
of the National Conference of life."
Christians and Jews at the Waldorf-
A champagne p r e v i e w, for
Astoria.
In accepting NCCJ's Gold Medal- patrons and donors only, will take
lion for "courageous leadership in place Oct. 22.
A series of three lectures on
intercreedal relations," Dr. Mark,
Jewish personalities in the art
senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-El
of painting and sculpture, whose
of New York City, was optimistic
work has been acclaimed by art
about the future.
critics of the world will be
"There has never been more
given during the exhibit week.
hope for the building of a better
Dr. Milton Covensky, professor
world," he said, "despite the ob-
vious evidence of continued divi- of history at Wayne State Univer-
sion and fragmentation among men sity, will address the first on
brought on by racial violence, so- "Giants in Art," taking up the his-
cial discrimination, religious mis- torical environment in which the
understanding and international modern Jewish artists emerged.
violence."
The others will focus on the
Francis Cardinal Spellman, Arch- sociological environment of the
bishop of New York, the Rt. Rev. modern Jewish artist and an ex-
Horace W. B. Donegan, Episcopal amination of the aesthetic and
Bishop of New York, and Arch- artistic contributions of several of
bishop Iakovos, Primate of the the 19th and 20th Century Jewish
Greek Orthodox Church of North artists.
and South America, also received
The show will open to the public,
NCCJ's Gold Medallion at this at no charge, on Oct. 23 with the
event which marks the first time following hours: 1-10 p.m. Monday
in ecumenical history New York's through Thursday; 1-4 p.m. Fri-
ranking religious leaders have day; 7-10 p.m. Saturday; and 1-10
shared honors on the same dais.
p.m. closing day, Oct. 30.

Old Congregation
Honors Goldstein
on 70th Birthday

NEW YORK—The completion of
70 years of a life spent in service
to Jewry and to the common good,
became a memorable occasion for
Rabbi Israel Goldstein Saturday.
The international Zionist and Jew-
ish leader who now lives in Is-
rael, came home to Congregation
Bnai Jeshurun here, where he
preached his weekly sermons fer
42 years begin-
ning at the age
of 22, to receive
the birthday
plaudits of h i s
former congre-
gants and such
distinguished
speakers as Gen-
eral David Sar-
noff, chairman of
the board of
Radio Corpora-
tion of America,
Chancellor Louis
Dr. Goldstein Finkelstein of
the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, Rabbi William Berko-
witz, his successor in the rabbinate
of the congregation since 1961, and
Charles H. Silver, president of the
congregation and consultant on edu-
cation to Mayor Lindsay.
The Sabbath Service honoring
the Congregation's Rabbi Emeritus
took place at 11:00 a.m. in the
handsome Synagogue at 257 West
88th Street, which has been the
home of the 141-year-old Congrega-
tion, mother of Conservative Syna-
gogues in the nation since 1918. A
special choral program was ar-
ranged and sung by Cantor Robert
The joyous festival of Sukkot
ices Thursday and Friday H. Segal.
will follow on the heels of the
mornings at 8:30 will have Rab-
Hundreds of well-wishers, many
solemn High Holy Days, and on
bi Jacob Segal and Rabbi Leon-
representing three generations of
Wednesday evening, local syna-
ard Cahan alternating in the
congregational families, embraced
gogues will usher in the holiday
pulpit. Sermon topics will be
him or shook his hand as they filed
at services starting 6 p.m. or min-
"Inviting the Unseen Guests"
past at the reception which inmedi-
utes thereafter.
and "Constructed to Last." A
ately followed the service, with
festival reception will follow in
Those who have indicated the
Mrs. Goldstein standing beside him.
schedule for the first days of
the large sukka adjacent to the
In an address that followed the
synagogue.
the eight-day festival are the fol-
tributes paid to him, Dr. Goldstein
lowing:
Shaarey Zedek's morning serv-
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim will ices will be at 8:45 - Ahavas assessed the Jewish future as "rest-
hold morning services at 9 Thurs- Achim's at 8:30; Young Israel of ing mainly upon Israel and Ameri-
day and Friday, when Rabbi Oak-Woods', 9; Bnai Moshe's, can Jewry and their reactions to
Leo Y. Goldman will speak on 8:45; and Bnai Israel of Pontiac's, one another." He did not see anti-
Semitism as a serious factor in the
"Sukkot: A Festival of Joy" and 7:30.
present environment of American
"The Message of Sukkot."
Jewry, but added that "it needs to
Adas Shalom Synagogue serv-
Adversity has the effect of elic-
iting talents, which in prosperous be watched."
He criticized the superficiality of
circumstances would have lain dor-
American Jewry and declared that
mant. — Horace.
Best Wishes to the
"the meaningful education of Jew-
Community on the
ish youth is our most compelling
New Year
mandate."
Best Wishes For A Year of
"American Jewry must make the
Health, Happiness and Peace
fullest use of the congenial climate
afforded by American democracy
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur W.
for the cultivation and inculcation
Moss and Family
of Jewish cultural and spiritual
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patterns and ideals," he said.

Sukkot Festival to Begin Wednesday

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Happy New Year To
Our Friends and Relatives

Israel L. and Edna L.
Schulman

Happy New Year
and
Best Wishes To Our Friends

JUDGE & MRS. ALVIN DAVENPORT

Canadian Zionists Reject
Reorganization Proposals

A Very Happy New Year

MR. and MRS. JULIUS ROTENBERG

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Best Wishes For A Year of
Health and Happiness to All
Our Friends and Relatives

MRS. HYMAN
ZARANKIN
extends to her family and
friends sincere wishes for
a happy and healthy New
Year.

Mr. & Mrs. Nathan
Greenberg

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Detroit, Mich. 48235

To Our Friends and Relatives
We wish you all a very healthy
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May The Coming Year Bring
Peace, Health and Happiness
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May The Coming Year Be Filled
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All Our Friends and Relatives.

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Best Wishes For A Happy New Year

NORTHLAND LAWN SPRINKLING SYSTEM
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To all my relatives and friends in
Detroit, my best wishes for a Happy
Healthy and Prosperous New Year

NATHAN P. ROSSEN

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MR. and MRS. RUDOF KAR

Owner of the

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wish all their relatives and friends and customers
G'Mar Chasimo Tova

Ever Lasting Good Health and A Very Happy
New Year To All Our Dear Friends and Relatives
Sincerely

MONTREAL (JTA) — The na-
tional executive of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Canada, after two
days of "thoroughgoing" delibera-
tions, voted to reject proposals on
the reorganization of the Zionist
movement endorsed by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Zionist Organization, and Aryeh
L. Pincus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, at a recent
Zionist parley in Brussels.

THE STUART CHOSID FAMILY

May the coming year fill the
Lives of all our friends and
relatives with Health and
Happiness.

Greetings and Best Wishes

Al and Bonnie Nemoff
and Daughters

To All Our Relatives and Friends

12—Friday, September 23, 1966

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Oak Pork, Mich.

and

MRS. WM. TANN

for the New Year

Let us hope that all peoples

will enjoy peace and happiness

Wishing all our relatives and
friends a year filled with
Health and Happiness

MYRON, MARIAN
JUDI LEBUS

U.S. Senator

Bob Griffin

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