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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-04

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12—Friday, August 4, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SYNAGOGUE

Plaque to Mark Birthplace of Dr. Cyrus Adler

A permanent bronze plaque I College, the American Oriental ica, and for the last I years of
commemorating the late Dr. Cyrus Society, the American Anthropolo- his life, continued at the helm,
Adler, one of the most distinguish- gical Society, the American Philo- guiding the school, strengthening
ed figures in American Jewish his- sophical Society, the Jewish Publi- the foundations laid by Schechter.
tory, is to be installed near his cation Society, the American Jew-
birthsite in Van Buren, Ark. The ish Historical Society, the Joint
IF YOU TURN nia
Distribution Committee and the
Jewish Welfare Board.
He served as president of Phila-
MUM DOWN YOU WONT
delphia's historic congregation
FIND A FINED WINt THAN
Mikveh Israel, of the American
Jewish Committee and of Dropsie
College. In 1915, upon the death
Vii!
of Solomon Schechter, Adler ac-
cepted the presidency of the Jew-
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-

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Due to the abbreviated summer services at most area synagogues,
the regular listing is dispensed with until fall. For schedules, wor-
shipers are asked to call their synagogue.
The following have indicated special sermons or Bnai Mitzva:
THE NEW TEMPLE: Services 8:30 p.m. today at Birmingham Uni-
tarian Church. Rabbi Conrad will preach on "Anatomy of a Riot:

Where We Have Sinned."
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK: Services 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Bruce Lowen

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and Steven Gary Applebaum, Bnai Mitzva.

CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 6:45 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. Satur-

TOUR ISRAEL

day. Alan Bishop and Ronald Smaller, Bnai Mitzva.

Rabbi Stollman, War's Eyewitness
Reports Sunday on Jerusalem Status;
Also Addresses Luncheon Monday

Rabbi Isaac Stollman, Detroit
leader who for several years has
been considered this community's
emissary in Jerusalem since he has
made his home in the Holy City,
will give an eyewitness report on
the status of Jerusalem at a public
rally 7 p.m. Sun- ---•
day at Young
Israel Center of
Oak-Woods.
Having witness-
ed the battle for
the reunified
holy City, Rabbi
Stollman will des-
cribe his exper-
iences during the
brief war in June.
Former na-
tional president
of Religious
Zionists of Amer-
ica (Mizrachi-lia-
poet Hamizrachi)
and a former Rabbi Stollman
president of the Vaad Harabonim
of Detroit, Rabbi Stollman for many
years was the spokesman for the
Orthodox Detroit Jewish commun-
ity.

dress a luncheon tendered by
the Vaad Harabonim noon Mon-
day at the center at 13327
West Seven Mile. All members
of the Vaad and their wives are
expected to attend and to honor
Rabbi and Mrs. Stollman.
The regular monthly meeting of
the rabbinical council, which regu-
larly takes place on Rosh Hodesh,
at which time all matters pertain-
ing to the Vaad in the Jewish com-
munity are taken up, will follow
the luncheon, Monday being Rosh
Hodesh Av.

Name Ex-Detroiter
Spiritual Leader
in Livonia

Former Detroiter Rabbi Martin
D. Gordon is returning home to be
spiritual leader of the Livonia

Jewish Congregation.
Rabbi Gordon, 31, was associated
with the Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Bangor, Me., for the past
eight years. Prior to that post, he
served at the Oakland Jewish Cen-
The public is invited to Sunday's ter of Bayside, N.Y.
As a yougster, Rabbi Gordon
meeting, admission to which will
be free and there will be no soli- attended the Yeshivath Beth Ye-
citations. Refreshments will be hudah here, followed by studies at
served. the Mesifta Torah Vodaath Talmu-
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dical Seminary, Brooklyn, where
he was ordained. His education
Rabbi Stollman also will ad-
was continued at the Torah Ume-
sorah's Teachers Seminary of New
York. He holds a masters degree
New York Synagogue
in education from the University
Gets Child Care Grant
of Maine.
Rabbi Gordon and his wife
NEW YORK — The Beth Med-
Martha have two children. His
ical Israel Center will launch in
August a five-year program to pro-
brother Seymour and sister
vide medical and psychiatric care
Dorothy live in Livonia, his bro-
for children of low-income families
ther Jack in Oak Park and his
on Manhattan's Lower East Side
father Philip Gordon in Detroit.
financed by a federal grant of
On a .recent visit, Rabbi Gordon
$4,251,000.
conducted services at the Livonia

The p r o g r a m will function Jewish Congregation.
At 8:30 p.m. services today, he
through the center's pediatrics de-
partment and will seek to provide will commence conducting all ser-
that such children will be regis- vices.
For information, call the syna-
tered for medical examinations to
assure that each child's overall gogue office, GA 5-9370.
medical needs will be checked out

and provided for, a procedure
which is not now possible in clinics
or hospitals in the area with which
the new program will cooperate.

Quit Torah
for the summer?

NEVER!

Beth Yehudah
Day Camp provides
fun and Torah for
400 boys and girls

Help Beth Yehudah

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DR. CYRUS ADLER

University's Wurzweiler School of
Social Work has been awarded a
$230,762 federal grant from the
Department of Health, Education
and Welfare's National Institute of

Mental Health towards a seven
year experimental demonstration
program in cooperation with the

Associated YM-YWHAs of Greater
New York.

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Oct. 29-Nov. 8

Fare & Hotel

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$449

Fore-1st Class
Hotels—
of7 T0 Fu urs
il Days

2 Metals per Day

$54900

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The officers and members of

Congregation Bnai David

cordially invite you to tour our
beautiful new sanctuary, school and social facilities.

brought them together all have
purchased Israel Bonds as a re-
sult of the transaction.
Jack Rothberg turned over the
proceeds of the sale of his Can-
terbury Rd. home to State of Is-
rael Bonds as an investment in the
nation's future. In turn, Arthur
King Realty Co. purchased bonds
at double its commission, and Leo
Donegan, the buyer, purchased
$200 in bonds.

"Act*

Tours will be conducted from now until the
high holidays on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Memberships are now available.

Please inquire at the Synagogue office at
24350 Southfield Rd., Southfield, Mich.

or call EL. 6-8210 — 444-1510

ilte. Attu.

912himatent . . .

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—Psalm 122:6

Hear first report on the battle for a reunited Jeru-
salem from Detroit's distinguished leader and now
a Jerusalemite

RABBI ISAAC STOLLMAN

former president of Religious Zionists of America
and former president of Vaad Horabonim of Detroit

SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 7 p.m.

at Young Israel Center of Oak Woods

Rabbi Stollman

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Sale of Home Yields
Bonus for Israel

The seller of a home, the buyer
and the real estate broker who

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He helped to found or develop,
among other movements, the Jew-
ish Agency, the Hebrew Univer-
sity, Boy Scouts of America, Gratz

NEW YORK (JTA) — Seventy
rabbis, scholars and laymen left
for Israel to participate in the
"Conference on Jerusalem" which
will open Monday in Jerusalein.
Rabbi Dr. Sam uel K. Mirsky,
chairman of the Surah Institute at
Yeshiva University, said the
American rabbis and scholars will
discuss the importance of the Holy
City to Jewry from the religious,
historical and archeological points
of view.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Yeshiva

YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH

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will be made by Henry N. Rapa-
port, current president of the
United Synagogue. Dr. Adler had
served as second president of the
United Synagogue from 1915 to
1917.

70 Rabbis, Scholars Leave
for Parley on Jerusalem

Yeshiva U. Gets Grant

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plaque, presented by the United
Synagogue of America, will be de-
dicated after a memorial service,
11 a.m. Thursday on the corner
of Third and Main Sts. in Van
Buren.
Taking part in the ceremony will
be the mayor, Allen R. Toothaker
of Van Buren, members of the state
and city government and repre-
sentatives of local civic and his-
torical associations. Also attending
will be a delegation of United
Synagogue Youth, the collegiate
organization of the Conservative
movement in Judaism.
The presentation of the plaque

WITH

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park

Public meeting arranged by Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi and Vaad Harabonim of Detroit

Public invited • Admission Free • Air Conditioned
No solicitations

Refreshments

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