`Great Weekend' to Feature Talks by Rabbi Wolfe Kelman
A "Great Weekend" has been
address the congregation four
planned for Cong. Beth Shalom to- times,
day through Sunday at the syn-
This evening, at 8:30, his theme
agogue. Rabbi Wolfe Kelrnan, ex- will be "The Future of American
ecutive vice president of the R ab-
binical Assembly of America, will
Judaism." On Saturday morning
at 9, he will speak on "Israel in
Our Time," and at a Saturday
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
noon luncheon he will address the
Friday, January 26, 1968-15 United Synagogue Youth on "A
View from the Top."
To complete the weekend theme,
Rabbi Kelman will speak at an
open forum 11:15 a.m. Sunday.
His topic will be "Jewish-Christian
Relations." The community is in-
vited to each session, excluding
that with the teen-agers.
For 15 years, Rabbi Heiman
has served as placement chair-
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1350 N. Woodward Birmingham
Rabbi Kelman is a representa-
tive to the U.S. Mission to the
United Nations. He also served
as visiting rabbi at the famous
West London Synagogue in Eng-
land. During sabbaticals he has
done extensive reserch in Jeru-
salem and is the author of studies
and articles which have appeared
in the American Jewish Year
Book, Conservative Judaism and
other national publications.
Stanley Winkelman to Speak at Beth Jacob
Stanley Winkelman will speak and the Jewish Community."
The president of Winkelman
at a fireside following services at
Temple Beth Jacob in Pontiac Stores, Inc. has served on the
boards of United Foundation and
8:30 p.m. today.
Winkelman, a member of May- Detroit Round Table and belongs
or Cavanagh's New Detroit Com- to the Governor's Ethical and Mor-
mittee, will discuss "New Detroit al Panel and Detroit High School
10 C h' s
to Install Asher,
Cantor Arthur Asher, who joined
the staff of Temple Israel this
year as director
of religious edu-
cation, will be
He has served as visiting pro- installed at Sab-
fessor of homiletics in the rab- bath eve services
binical department of the Jewish of the congrega-
Theological Seminary. A gradu- tion 8:30 p.m.
ate of the University of Toronto, today.
Rabbi Kelman was ordained by
the seminary in 1950. During also marks the
World War II, he saw active serv- temple's annual
ice with the Royal Canadian Air observance of
Teachers' S a b - Cantor Asher
bath, honoring the faculty of the
Cantor Asher will be installed by
Dr. Leon Fram and Rabbi M.
Robert Syme and will deliver the
sermon on "A Little Knowleged
Is a Dangerous Thing."
man for the Rabbinical Assem-
bly. In this role, he was respon-
sible for placing in national
pulpits some 300 rabbis.
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Participating will be Mrs.
Asher, Mrs. Edward Berman,
Burton Chassin, Mrs. Harland
Fine, Mrs. Harold H. Gilbert,
Howard Holzman, Mrs. Freder-
1 ick Kamienny, Mrs. Robert
Krause, Harold Kutnick, Robert
Lask and Paul Mutnick.
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Recent Jewish Past
teenagers invited to
To Share in a 7 Week Summer Adventure
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Cantor Asher, served as edu-
cational director of temples in
South Orange and Teaneck, N.J.
He was invested as cantor-edu-
cator in 1957 by the Hebrew
Union College School of Sacred
Music in New York, and is pres-
ently a candidate for a PhD
from Dropsie College, Philadel-
Cantor Asher is secretary of the
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Honor awards in recognition of
length of service will be presented
to Saul Glosser, 20 years; Mrs.
Albert Conn, 15 years; Mrs. Sam-
uel W. Barr, Mrs. Herman Binder,
Mrs. Harold Bobroff and Mrs. Har-
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The Arab-Israeli war of 1967 will
be put into histroical perspective
in a new course being offered for
the. spring semester at Oakland
In a course entitled, "Jewish
History Since the Civil War: Here
and Abroad," Rabbi Ernst J. Con-
rad will lead his class in a study
of the events that led to the for-
mation of the state of Israel.
The course, to be conducted at
the Birmingham Community
House, will meet on Monday eve-
nings, beginning Feb. 19.
Rabbi Conrad said the course will
be tailored to both Jews and non-
Jews who wish to better under-
stand the history of the Jewish
minority in the United States.
Further information on this
course can be obtained by con-
tacting the registrar, 338-7211,
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