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June 30, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-30

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SHAAREY SHOMAYIM: Services 8:45 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Goldman will speak on "The Futile Revolt."
CONG. BETH HILLEL: Services 8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday
Rabbi Litke will speak on "Revolt or Dissent."
and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Prero will speak on "Sinai—Toward
or Away From."
FEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Syme will speak on
"What Rabbis Discuss at a Convention." Aron David Hozman, Bar
Mitzva Services 11 a.m. Saturday.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Services 8:15 p.m. today. Rabbi Rosenbaum will
speak on "What We Look Forward to in Israel." Keith A. West,
Bar Mitzva. (See story.)
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM: Services 7:30 p.m. today and 8:40 a.m. Sat-
urday. Rabbi Halpern will speak on "The Greatest Need in the
World Today." Alan Moskovitz, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 8:50 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Marc Roy Fagenson and Alan Blair Hoffman, Bnai Mitzva.
ADAS SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: Services 6 p.m. today and 8:40 a.m.
Saturday. Michael Sloan, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Joel Hoffman, Bar Mitzva.
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m.
Saturday. Morris Leflcowitz, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. BETH MOSES: Services 7:45 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Larry Elson, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. BETH JOSEPH: Services 8:30 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Alan H. Herman, Bar Mitzva.
CONG. BETH SHALOM: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Steven Glass and Steven Schwartz, Bar Mitzva.
Regular services will be held at the New Temple, Temple Beth El,
Livonia Jewish Congregation, Mishkan Israel, Downtown Synagogue,
Shomrey Emunah, Cong. Bnai Jacob and Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel

Sinai Hospital is one of two hos-
pitals in Michigan to be awarded
a grant for a clinical anesthesiol-
ogy training program by the U.S.
Department of Health, Education
and Welfare Public Health Service.

The new program has been ini-
tiated to upgrade the quality of
training in anesthesiology and to
improve patient care by expanding
research and training. In 1965,
Congress authorized the National
Institute of General Medical Sci-
ences of the National Institutes of
Health to increase its support pro-
gram an anesthesiology and desig-
nated funds for clinical training
in 1966. The program provides sup-
port for up to three years of full-
time training.
Eligible for the grants are ac-
credited teaching hospitals which
have resident training programs
in anesthesiology and the capabil-


ity of training certain basic bio-
medical sciences as well as clinical
sciences. A million dollars in
grants is being awarded to 29
such hospitals in 21 states and
Puerto Rico. Sinai Hospital will
receive $17,480.
Dr. Eli M. Brown is the anes-
thesiology divisional chief at Sinai.

Emanu-El Services
to Honor A. Leon Pierce

Temple Emanu-EI will hold a
special sabbath eve service 8:15
p.m. today to pay tribute to A. Leon
Pierce. Pierce. a charter member
of the synagogue, was cited as
having "given of himself with the
utmost devotion through all the
years of his association with the

Rabbi Joshua Sperka's Book Presented
to 50 State Colleges by Sigmund Rohlik

cates that prayer is a means of at-
taching one's self to the Almighty
Some say that the term "Tefi- and to cling to him (meaning to
la" (the Hebrew word for prayer) adhere to his ways).
stems from a root (Pillel) mean-
Some insist on standing in a
ing to "argue" or to "contend."
low place to pray.
They draw this from similar words
This is traced to the passage in
found in the Bible in the case of the Psalms which reads: "Out of
Phineus (Psalms 106:30) and other the depths have I called Thee, 0
instances (I Samuel 2:25) where Lord" (Psalms 103:1). Standing in
the inference is that the one who a low place is indicative of a feel-
prays is like the attorney before ing of humility. One who prays is
the court entering his pleas before asked to first humble himself with
the heavenly tribunal. The basis the thought that he is helpless if
for this kind of approach is drawn not for the saving Grace of the
from the Patriarchs. Abraham is Almighty. For this reason, in the
pictured arguing the case with the original synagogue, the cantor was
Almighty in defense of the people placed in a low place in the syna-
of Sodom. Jacob is pictured as gogue. As far as the cantor was
pleading for mercy before the Al- concerned this practice fell into
mighty, arguing that he had been misuse in some areas because it
promised something and this was led to misunderstanding, especial-
the basis for his argument (Gene- ly when other religions attached
sis 32:12,13). Moses, likewise, was different meaning to such customs.
pictured as arguing the case of his Some, however, still practice this
people before the Almighty. Of mode of position.
course, the ordinary individual is
no patriarch and thus his prayer
follows the language of the Patri-
The most certain sign of being
archs and of Moses and other great
figures in Jewish history. In a born with great qualities is to be
sense, the Jew at prayer is an at- born without envy.
torney pleading his own case as
well as the case of all the people
of Israel, except that the "judge"
has given him the text of the
pleas in their basic form to which
he may add his own personal
thoughts and expressions. Others
trace the root of the word "Tefi-
la" to a root meaning to "think."
This implies that prayer is an act
of introspection which leads the
individual to think of his position
and to place himself in proper
perspective. Still others connect
the expression "Tefila" with a
root meaning "to adhere to" or "to
cling to," or "to join." This indi-


(Copyright, 1967, .ITA, Inc.)

During July, the Midrasha, Col-
lege of Jewish Studies, in coopera-
tion with the Educators' Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, will sponsor
an intensive teacher-training pro-
gram. Students will receive credit
towards a Hebrew teacher's cer-
tificate and will be eligible for stu-
dent teaching in September.
Classes will meet four days a
week from 9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
in the Kasle High School-Midrasha
Building. The following courses will
be offered:
"Trends and Developments in the
American-Jewish Community," in-
structor, Dr. Leonard Gordon, di-
rector, Detroit Chapter American
Jewish Committee; "Jewish His-
toy: The Second Commonwealth,"
Dr. Joshua Weinstein, education
director, Cong. Shaarey Zedek;
"Methodology of Teaching in the
Elementary Hebrew School," Mrs.
Albert Elazar, staff member, United
Hebrew Schools; "Biblical Values
for Today's Children," Dr. Naphtali
Wiesner, educational consultant,
United Hebrew Schools; and "In-
troduction to the Psychological De-
velopment of the Child," Sidney
Selig, education director, Cong.
Beth Shalom.

Sinai Hospital Gets $17,480 U.S. Grant


16—Friday, June 30, 1967

Summer Institute
Teacher Training
Planned by UHS

Livonia Conregation
Installs Marcus Bass

Livonia Jewish Congregation in-
stalled as president, Marcus Bass;
vice president, Raymond Zelch
and Eddie Schwartz; treasurer,
Marvin Fagan, and secretaries,
Helen Bayles and Sam Siegel.
Trustees for three-year terms are
Dr. Larry Shulman, Seymour
Ungar and Carl Curtis; two-year
term, Aaron Kraft, and one-year,
Martin Katz. Max Hoffman will
continue as director of the LJC
Sunday school, with Martin Katz
as chairman of the education com-
Albert Barach will head the new-
ly formed good and welfare com-
mittee, and Howard Bock the re-
ligious committee. Mrs. Tommy
Salmons will continue as publicist
and her husband will continue as
chairman of the men's club which
will shortly begin reorganizing.
For information, call the syna-
gogue office, GA 5-9370.

Of all wild beasts preserve me
from a tyrant;
Of all tame—a flatterer.—Johnson.

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would like to thank her many
friends and relatives for their
kind wishes during her illness.

Keep the
Concept Alive

Beth Yehuda Schools

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Elementary Department
Kindergarten through grade 8

SOUTHFIELD BRANCH in Stevenson School

27777 Lahser Rd.—between 11 & 12 Mile Rds.

Sigmund Rohl* (right), industrialist and philanthropist, has
presented the newly published book, "Proverbs to Live By," by Rabbi
Joshua Sperka (left), to 50 colleges in Michigan. Rohlik, born in
Magdeburg. Germany, married Sophie Wasserman and together they
migrated to America. They have been in the United States since
1937. Here Rohlik re-established his manufacturing plant and pro-
gressively built up a successful venture in his field. On the occasion
of his 75th birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Rohlik awarded $100,000 in
scholarships to Wayne State University through the Sigmund and
Sophie Rohlik Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. Rohlik also have a room
dedicated to the memory of their parents in Yeshiva Beth Yehuda.
Last week Rohlik made the presentation of Rabbi Sperka's book to
the Wayne State University libraries. Dr. Flint Purdy (center),
WSU librarian, accepted the books on behalf of the university. Dr.
Purdy in his acceptance said: "This translation by Rabbi Sperka
will be treasured as a new approach to the appreciation of the
ancient wisdom the world needs today."

Hebrew instruction offered

Classes Begin Sunday, Sept. 10


at the School office at 18000 Wyoming

For further information call:

UN 1 5222


Synagogue affiliation cordially invited

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