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August 30, 1968 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-30

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Jewish Community Council
Committee Reports

The Community Relations Com-
mittee met Aug. 13 to review activ-
ities and to plan for the future.
Agreeing that a greater role in
urban affairs was needed and that
specific programs should be de-
signed to that end, Dr. Jack Stanz-
ler, chairman, said specific recom-
mendations will be made at the
next meeting Sept. 19. Other mat-
ters included the writing of a letter
to the school board giving the dates
of Jewish holidays, the joint distri-
bution of memo and date books by
Bnai Brith and the - Jewish Com-
munity Council and discussion of
the current status of the grape boy-

An in-depth study of community
structure, motivation, history and
purpose will be made in a sec-
ond-year program by the Young
Leadership Group. These young
men and women who are seeking
knowledge prior to effective parti-
cipation, have elected three co-
chairmen to plan the 1969 - program.
They are Jerry Schreiber, Dr.
William Bernard and Mrs. Ronald
Goldstein. Serving as advisers will
be Michael Pelavin, Dr. Leon Ros-
ky and Edwin Schreiber. In addi-
tion to the continuing studies for
last year's graduates, new pro-
grams are being formulated for all
young men and women of the Jew-
ish community.

Murray M. Eisen, social worker
on the staff of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, told the Gen-
essee County Visiting Nurses Asso-

Youth on
the Move

ciation Aug. 23, of the broad nature
of social services provided by the
Social Welfare Committee. These
services include parent and child
aid, counseling, guidance, financial
assistance during times of crisis,
aid to transients and services to
the aged and infirm.

Beth Israel Plans Jewish
Seminary Reception

Leaders of Cong. Beth Israel will
participate in a reception on behalf
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America 4 p.m. Sept. 15 at the
home of Murray
Moss, 3325 Wol-
An active lead-
in the Con-
servative m o v e-
ment, Moss is
president of Beth
Israel, a past
president of its
men's club and
executive vice
president of the
Great Lakes Region, National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's Clubs. His
other affiliations include Bnai Brith
and the local Zionist Organization
of America chapter, of which he is
He previously served as chair-
man of general solicitations for the
United Jewish Appeal and as chair-
man of the Flint Committee for
State of Israel Bonds.
Moss, owner of Moss Insurance
Agency, serves as vice president
of the Independent Insurance
Agents of Genessee County. He is
incumbent treasurer of the Genes-
see County Democrat Committee.

Bnai Mitzva

Mike Leavitt, member of Flint
Teens; has been elected treasurer
of Michigan State Temple Youth.

Lauren Kaplan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Kaplan, will be called
to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Satur-
Carol Hurwitz, president of Tem- day at Cong. Beth Israel.
ple Teens, is at the Michigan State
Temple Youth Summer Conclave
Charles Schlinger, son of Mr. and
at Camp Walden, Cheboygan.
Mrs. Leon Schlinger, will be called
* *
to the Tora as Bar Mitzva Satur-
Bnai Brith Girls President Tern- day at Temple Beth El.
mie Young and her sister Pam,
reporter for Hatikva BBG, are at
During the past year, an esti-
the BBYO district camp in the mated 167,000 American school
Wisconsin Dells.
children suffered eye injuries.
* *


3—Bnai Brith meeting, 8:30
Sept. 3—Bnai
Sept. 4—Beth Israel Sisterhood
meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Sept. 5—Hadassah bowling league,
- opening day.
JWVA board meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
home of Mrs. Jerome Yale.
Cong. Beth Israel board meet-
ing, 8 p.m.
Beth Israel Sisterhood will hold
luncheon at Cong. Beth Israel Wed.
12:30 p.m. Policewoman Francis
Miller will speak and demonstrate
the art of self-defense. Members
who bring at least three clean gar-
ments on hangers for the forth-
coming rummage sale will be en-
titled to a free lunch.

Israel Bond functions here during
the coming few weeks will bring
to Detroit noted speakers and en-
David Bar-Illan. famous Israeli
pianist, a third generation Sabra,
will be the artist at the Bnai Mo-
she testimonial dinner which will
honor Rabbi Mo-?3.-:.
ses Lehrman for
his 20 years as
spiritual leader of
the congregation.
The affair will be'
held 6:30 p.m.
September 17, at
Bnai Moshe in
Oak Park, it was
announced by
Donald J. Sachs,
president. Melvin
Weisz will be the
dinner chairman, with Julius Rez.
nik as co-chairman.
B ar-Illan started his music al
training in Haifa, but interspersed
his studies with frequent trips to
the Continent, where he was ex-
posed to the finest in European
musical and cultural tradition. He
won a scholarship at New York's
Juillard School of Music as a
When Israel's War of Indepen-
dence broke out, he interrupted his
studies to return to Israel, where
he joined the Hagana.
Bar-Illan made his debut with
the New York Philharmonic in
1960 and won unanimous praise
from the New York press.
A musical salute honoring Rabbi
Lehrman will be rendered by Can-
tor Louis Klein.

For reservations to the dinner,
call the synagogue, LI 8 9000 or
Israel Bonds, DI 1 5707.
Shoshana Shoshan, Israel Na-
tional Opera star, will be the
guest artist at the Bnai David
Israel 20th anniversary dinner,
which will honor Dr. Maurice M.
Silverman as Bnai David Man of
the Year Sept. 18 at Bnai David
in Southfield.



gan formal voice training. She start-
ed her career singing on Radio
Kol Israel.
Eleazar Lipsky, novelist, play-
wright and noted attorney, will be
the guest speaker at the Bnai Da-
vid leadership reception-dinner, 7
p.m. Tuesday
at the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel, in
advance of t h e
testimonial din-
ner for Dr. Sil-
Lipsky is for-
m e r president
and now chair-
man of the board -
of directors of
the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
He is vice presi-
dent of the Amer-
ican Jewish League for Israel and
a member of the World Zionist
Congress Court and he served as
editor of the New Palestine.
Sponsors of the leadership rr
ceptiondinner are Irving Belin4;
Morris J. Brandwine, Norman Ct' .
tier, Joseph Gorman, Jack
Kraizman, Max Ostrow, Joseph
Shifman, Mendel Shifman, Harold
Soble, Max Sosin, Melvin Volin
and William J. Weinstein.

Dr. Silverman has been cited by
Presidents Roosevelt, Truman, Ei-
senhower and Johnson for his work
with the Selective Service.
U.S. Attorney Lawrence Gubow,
Federal Judge-designate, and pres-
ident of the Jewish Community
Council, will be the guest speaker
at this affair on behalf of Israel
Bonds. Lew
man, humorist,
will be guest
star. The toast-
master will be
Gen. William J.
Weinstein of the
U.S. Marin
Corps Reserve.
Rabbi Ha yim
Donin will voice
the tribute to Dr.
Silverman. Canto
Hyman J. Adler
will render a mu
Miss Shoshan
cal salute. Har-
ry Koltonow, president of the con-
gregation, will present greetings.
The Hal Gordon Trio will provide
the dinner music. The dinner co-
chairmen are Morris J. Brandwine,
Max Sosin and Max Ostrow.
For reservations to the dinner,
Residential and Commercial
call Israel Bonds, DI 1-5707, or
the synagogue, EL 6-8210.
Miss Shoshan is a Sabra, whose
Charles Feuereisen Is
family had lived in Vienna for
National JWV Head
many generations. It was due to
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Charles the insistence of a neighbor who
Feuereisen of Crandell, N.J., a was a member of the Palestine
World .War II. veteran cited for Symphony Orchestra, that she be-
heroic deeds, was elected the na-
tional commander of the Jewish
War Veterans at its 73rd annual
convention here. Bernard Direnfeld,
an attorney from Revere, Mass.,
was elected national judge advoc-
ate, the organization's second high-
A Jewish Secular Environment
est office.
for the 3, 4 and 5-year-olds
James A. Farley and Gen. Lucius
Clay have been named honorary
Qualified Teachers
chairmen of the National Shrine to
to the Jewish War Dead in Wash-
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dent of the shrine, which was char-
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Sunday Fun Day in Works

The Jewish Community Council's
Youth Activity Committee an-
nounces a Sunday Fun Day will be
held this weekend at Sherwood
Forest. Activities will start at 1
and end at 4 p.m. All youth in
grades 6 through 10 are invited at
a nominal charge. There will be
swimming, horseback riding, boat-
ing and carnival rides. For reser-
vations, call the Council office, 767-

Artists and Speakers Listed for Israel Bond
Events at Cong. Bnai Moshe and Bnai David




Cong. Beth Joseph
Anshei Rizhin

Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach H'Ari
Lubavitcher Center

Cordially Invite You
to Become Members of Our Congregation and Youth Center


14100 W. Nine Mile Road



Phone: LI 8-2666

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