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November 25, 1966 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-25

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16—Friday, November 25, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH

NEWS

Shaarey Zedek Bond Event Mapped

Kosher meals service at nospitais
Arranged by Orthodox Group Here

Histadrut Drive
Will Open Dec. 1

The 1966-67 Detroit Israel His-
tadrut Campaign will officially
open Thursday with a program
featuring Esther Baumwell, Israeli
opera star, and George M. Leader,
former governor of Pennsylvania.

Planning the Dec. 10 Shaarey Zedek Hanuka Dinner-Dance

on behalf of Israel Bonds are (from left, seated) Mrs. Albert

Schweitzer, Mrs. Marvin Fleischman, Mrs. Davis Benson and Howard
Danzig; (standing) Albert Schweitzer, Dr. Aaron Taylor, Ira Jaffe,
Seth Barsky, Murray Jacobs, Leonard E. Baron and Marvin Fleisch-
man. Not shown are Avern Cohn, chairman of the affair, and Mrs.
Peter A. Martin, a co-chairman with Barsky and Baron. Humorist
Lew Norman will be guest star. Mania and Joso, folk singers, will
be guest artists. For tickets, call Shaarey Zedek, 357-5544. A
cocktail reception at 7 p.m. will precede the dinner-dance.

Dr. Bernard Martin to Conclude Series
at Beth El With Talk on Philosophers

Mrs. Milton Duchan, president of
the Great Lakes Chapter of tha
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America, announces
the inception of a service to the
Jewish Community: kosher meals
in area hospitals.
Doctors, patients and dietitions
Morris Lieberman, general chair-
man of the campaign, emphasized have been aware for some time of
the need for kosher meals in hos-
at a Histadrut leadership meet- pitals here.
ing, that "We in America asso-
Through the efforts of the chap-
ciated with the Histadrut cam- ter and the help of Frigid Food
paign, have special and urgent Products Inc., the group has ar-
obligations at this time," referring ranged to supply, upon request,
to the fact that Histadrut has ad-
vanced its construction schedule Folk Dance Evening
of welfare and educational institu-
International folk dances will
tions to provide purposeful em- be featured when Adas Shalom's
ployment for the unemployed. young adult group, PGASP (Post
Kupat Holim, which has been la- Graduate Adas Shalom Presents),
boring under a heavy deficit, needs gathers 8:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at the
urgent financial aid. The need for social hall.
Histadrut's scholarships is greater
Leading the dances will be the
today than last year because of folk dance group from the Inter-
the inability of many families to national Institute. Tickets will be
pay their children's tuition fees. sold at the door.
This year's campaign quota has
been set at $150,000.

"The Varieties of Modern Jewish of Mount Zion Hebrew Congrega-
Belief: Buber, Heschel, Kaplan" tion in St. Paul.
Dr. Martin is the author of "The
will be discussed by Dr. Bernard
Martin, professor of the Abba
Hillel Silver Chair of Jewish
Studies at Western Reserve Uni-
versity, Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Temple Beth El.
This will be the fourth and con-
cluding lecture of the Bargman
Memorial Scholar Series, open to
the public at no charge. A social
hour will follow the lecture.
Rabbi Martin was ordained at
the Hebrew Union College and
received the degree of master of
Hebrew letters with honors and
the degree of master of arts and
doctor of philosophy at the Uni-
versity of Illinois. He served as
rabbi of Sinai Temple in Cham-
plain, Ill., and associate rabbi of
Chicage Sinai Congregation.
DR. BERNARD MARTIN
From 1961 to 1965, he was rabbi
Existentialist Theology of Paul
Tillich" and the translator of Lev
LET HAROLD KALT
Shestov's "Athens and Jerusalem."
PLAN YOUR
His book "Great Prayers of the
Jewish People" is scheduled for
publication in 1967. He is also the
See or Call
author of numerous articles on
Jewish history and philosophy.

DM LINE CRUISE

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e5),Y halom
1966-1967
Caribbean Cruises

Planned to make every min-
ute of your vacation pure
pleasure, the Shalom makes
sure you relax royally, feast
sumptuously and live it up
while you sail to the nicest
and sunniest ports in the
Caribbean. So don't waste a
minute ... the best accommo:
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7 Cruises From New York
13 days-4 ports
*Nov. 29
8 days-2 ports
Dec. 13
12 days-5 ports
Dec. 22
12 days-4 ports
*Jan. 4
14 days-6 ports
Tan. 17
14 days-4 ports
Feb. 1
12 days-4 ports
Feb. 16
*on these cruises passengers may
join and leave the sliip in Port

Everglades, Florida

S.S. Shalom, Israel Registry, built
in 1964. For more information
see your travel agent, or call

INF

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LINES

Owner's Representative:
American Israeli Shipping Co., Inc.,
327 S. LaSalle Street, Chicago, Ill.

Beth Hillel Celebrates
25th Anniversary
With Series of Events

Cong. Beth Hillel, on its 25th
anniversary, will hold special ac-
tivities the weekend of Dec. 10,
starting with a special silver an-
niversary oneg Shabbat service
8:30 p.m. Friday.
The service will feature an
address by Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
and a social hour will be hosted
by the sisterhood. The community
is invited.
A Hanuka Dedication Service
will follow Saturday morning, with
the induction of a Sefer Tora
presented to the synagogue by Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Aal. Following
the services, a kiddush will be
tendered by the men's club.
The highlight will be the Silver
Anniversary Banquet to be held
Dec. 10. Eric Rosenow and his
orchestra will entertain.
Menasche Haar is chairman for
the anniversary celebrations.

WANTED

Experienced, retired man for
Shamus, Bal Kria, familiar with
small synagogue, in Northwest
section. Write, give details and
experience.

Box 785

The Jewish News
17100 W. '7 Mile Rd.
Detroit, Mich. — 48235

Don't Be Left Out .

Governor Leader participated in
a recent study mission to Israel
and has traveled throughout the
United States lecturing at univer-
sities and speaking to Histadrut
audiences on the problems of Is-
rael's economic development.

CALL TODAY FOR

BALFOUR CONCERT TICKETS
353-3636

Miss Baumwell is a lyric colora-
tura soprano. In 1963 she was
awarded the Buchstein Prize by
the National Newspaper Critics'
Association of Israel; the only
time a performer has won this
coveted award by unanimous ac-
clamation. She was awarded first
prize for signing in a recent corn-
petition sponsored by the Ameri-
can-Israel Cultural Foundation.

Office Open: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

PLEASE RESERVE

Tuesday Evening, January 24th, 1967

To Be With Us

A social hour with refreshments
will close the evening. This meet-
ing is open to the public. No ad-
vance reservations are necessary.
For further information, call the
Histadrut office at UN 4-7094.

AT THE ANNUAL DINNER OF

Ahiva Wehresv Jay & Lot

Rabbi Harold White
to Speak at Beth Aaron

Rotenberg Hall, Bnai David Synagogue

"The Cultural Creativity of
American Jewry" will be the sub-
ject of the next lecture of Beth
Aaron's a d u 1 t •
education series
8:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the Syna-
gogue.
Guest speaker
will be Rabbi
Harold S. White
of Beth Israel
Congregation,
Ann Arbor. Rabbi White
Rabbi White, a native of Hart-
ford, Conn., is a graduate of Wes-
leyan University and was ordained
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America in 1959. A former
U.S. Navy chaplain with the Ma-
rines in Paris Island and on Oki-
nawa, he has served as spiritual
leader of the Dublin Jewish Pro-
gressive Congregation and has
been rabbi of Beth Israel since
1962.
Mrs. Joe Medwed will preside.
A social hour and program of fel-
lowship will conclude the evening.

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 545-1060

Morris Karbal, General Chairman

MEN'S CLUB OF
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE

Cordially Invites You to Their

ANNUAL WINTER BALL

Saturday, December 31, 1966
At The Social Hall

Completely Catered Dinner, Breakfast, Champagne, Favors,
$25 per couple
Dancing and Entertainment

FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL:
Mr. Moe Ginsberg, UN 1-6814 or the

Synagogue Office, UN 1-5222

The Music Study Club

Elect Maxwell Jospey
to HUC-JIR Board

Maxwell Jospey of Franklin,
president of the Production Steel
Strip Corp. in Detroit and Chicago,
has been elected a member of the
board of governors of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Jospey is a member of the board
of the Jewish Welfare Federation
and of Sinai Hospital of Detroit
and is prekampaign chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal for 1966.
Married to the former Anne
Barna of Baton Rouge, he has two
daughters. They are members of
Temple Emanu-El.

hospitals in the metropolitan area
with 12 different frozen kosher
meals, picked by a New York
kosher caterer and under the su-
pervision of Rabbi Dr. Joseph
Breuer.
Upon entering the hospital, the
patient is asked to request kosher
meals, and the dietitian will dis-
cuss the menus," some of which
are salt free.
For information contact Mrs.
Duchan, UN 4-2706.
Chairmen are Mrs. Seymour
Ribiat and Mrs. Irving Wyman.

presents

Annual Artist Concert

Emanuel Ax

Richard Luby

Sunday, November 27, 8:30 p.m.

Scottish Rite Cathedral

Temple and Second

Tickets: Grinnell's and Box Office
UN 4-6420 — EL 3-9133

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