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March 29, 1968 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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Gift From Commander to Commander

Australian Synagogue Celebrates 90th Year

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 29, 1968-19

SYDNEY (JTA) — The oldest first Jewish pioneers to settle in
active Jewish congregation in Aus- Australia 180 years ago.
tralia marked its 90th anniversary
They also heard an address by
here with thanksgiving services at Lord Casey, the governor - gen-
of
the Great Synagogue and at a ban- eral, who recalled his participa-
Spring
quet at which former Prime Min- tion in the military campaign
ister Sir Robert Menzies and Dame that liberated Palestine from
Festival of
Pattie Menzies were the guests of Turkish rule in the 1914.18 war.
Music
honor.
Lord Casey paid tribute to Jew-
Featuring:
More than 1,000 worshipers ish achievements and added,
heard Rabbi Israel Porush, the "your race has known great per-
MARTHA SCHLAMME
Great Synagogue's Jerusalem-born secution over much of your long
at
chief rabbi, recall the saga of the history but through it you have
Cong.
Ahavas
Achim
preserved your identity and your
19190 Schaefer Kwy.
courage and spirit."
to
Rabbi Porush noted that the first
SUNDAY, APRIL 7
Jewish colonists in Australia were
8:00 p.m.
too few in numbers and too poor
SISTERHOOD SINGERS
to organize collective religious life.
directed by
But in 1831, when economic condi-
CANTOR SIMON BERMANIS
Lionel Semiatin, vice president tions improved and more Jews
Donation: $2:50
of the National Association of arrived, the first congregation was
For Tickets Call:
Synagogue Administrators, w i 11 organized, the progenitor of the
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speak on "Spiral-. .......
present Great Synagogue.
ing Costs a n d
Synagogue F i n-
ancing — a Blue-
print for Tomor-
row" at a semi-
nar for local syna-
gogue leaders 8
p.m. Thurs d a y
at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Semiatin
The seminar is
sponsored by the Council of Syna-
g o g u e Executive Directors o f
• .Ne
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Metropolitan Detroit and is open
to the community without charge.
For reservations, call Nathan
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Welch, council secretary, LI 8-9000.
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CHANGE IN DATE

During his visit here last week, Brig. Gen. Avrahain Yoffe met
with leaders and members of Bale Post of the Jewish War Veterans
and received a treasury check of $1,000 from the post, to the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund. The gift was presented
to the Israeli war hero by Commander Fred Waterstone of Bale
Post. Others in the photo (on the left) are Alfred Deutsch, chairman
of this year's Allied Jewish Campaign, and Al Colman, past com-
mander of Bale Post.

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YETZ - COHEN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will hold a social meeting
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Oak Park
Community Center. Hostesses for
the evening will be Sara Fleisher,
Fay Freedman, Libbie Laurens
and Bess Schein. Jan Zack will
demonstrate the art of make-up.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests are invited.

The national commander of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.,
SAMUEL SAMUELS, of Revere,
Mass., will be honored- at a testi-
monial breakfast Sunday in Saugus,
Mass.

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the Passover Holidays.

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When it comes to Kosher wines, the most hon-
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this joyous holiday of freedom, grace your host's or
your own table with the best of Kosher Wines. You
can be proud when you serve Manischewitz, the
traditional wine for Passover.
Accept no substitutes. Certified Kosher for
Passover by the Manischewitz Board of Rabbinical
Supervision, headed by the eminent Rabbis Isaac
Siegal, and Chaim Karlinsky. Manischewitz offers
a variety of grape and fruit wines (sweet and
unsweetened); New York State Champagnes and
Sparkling wines. Available at fine wine and liquor
stores everywhere.

MANISCHEWITZ WINE COMPANY, NEW YORK, N. Y.

To Discuss Costs
of Synagogues at
Leaders' Seminar

HAVE A DELICIOUS

Manischewitz
PASSOVER

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Men's Clubs

BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its annual "Dinner with
Dad" 6:10 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. Entertainment will be
provided by Ted Clark and Ron
Greenberg of Radio Station WKNR,
a judo team and the Third Street
Fish Market Orchestra. Dinner
chairman is Jerry Efros. The din-
ner is being prepared by the
"Men's CHM Chefs," chairman
Martin J. Lederman, assisted by
Bertrand Horwitz, Joseph Kramer,
Samuel Rudofsky and Michael
Goodman. Tickets are available at
the synagogue office and at Efros
Drugs.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE MEN'S CLUB will
be honored at late Friday services,
8:15 p.m. April 5. Rabbi Moses
Lehrman and Cantor Louis Klein
will be assisted by the men's choir,
who will receive gifts in apprecia-
tion of their services during the
High Holidays. A tea will be served
by the family of James Sobel, life-
long member of the synagogue, in
honor of his 80th birthday. Men's
Club members will attend the
morning and afternoon services
Saturday, after which Rabbi Lehr-
man will discuss "Ethics of the
Fathers." On Sunday morning, the
club members will attend and join
the Tails and Tefilin Club at break-
fast after services.

Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.

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IN THE

ORT Men's Group
Boosts Members'
Numbers to 700

Harry H. Platt, president of the
Detroit Men's ORT Chapter, an-
nounced that the membership in-.
crease of the group necessitated
the splitting of the secretary-
treasurer office. David K. Page
has been named treasurer, and
Earl Gilman continues as secre-
tary.
Platt announced that 225 new
members were enrolled in the
recent campaign, b o o sting the
membership to 700. He said the
aim is to reach the 1,000 mark
this year. In the membership
drive, headed by. Paul Zuckerman
and Max D. Schuster, Zuckerman
alone enrolled 65 new members.
As a result of the enlarged mem-
bership, national ORT last year re-
ceived from the Men's ORT Chap-
ter $15,000—the total in gifts since
the group was organized being
$34,100. The chapter secured $4,500
in legacies. It pledged the national
organization $20,000 for 1968.

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MORE MEANINGFUL

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