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September 20, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-20

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Moishe Haar Mem orial Fund Set Up

Announcement was made this entire community, free of charge.
The foundation will honor the
week Of the establishment of a
Moishe Haar Memorial Founda- memory of Moishe Haar, di-
rector of the Sholem Aleichem In-
tion "to develop a forum for stitute, who died in October 1966.
cultural activities" and to sponsor
Explaining the purpose of the
lectures for the benefit of the planned cultural program, the com-
mittee in charge stated that "Many
of the young people in the aca-
demic world could use such a
forum for presenting their ideas
to the non-academic community."
A board of trustees has been
established for the memorial foun-
dation with Sidney Kaye as chair-
man. Other members include Paul
Chover, Eugene Dryker, Norman
Robbins and George M. Zeltzer.
The Moishe Haar -Memorial
Foundation will sponsor the first
of a series of lectures on Oct.
11 and 12. The first speaker
will be Manheim S. Shapiro, at an
ongg Shabat at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute.

• LATE MOISHE HAAR

—TRAVELING—

CALL

YESHIVATH
BETH
YEHUDAH

15751 W. 10 1 /2 Mile
353-6750 or 862-0963

MORRIS DIRENFELD of Rue
Versailles Dr., Oak Park, was
elected to Bnai Brith's internation-
al board of governors at the or-
ganization's triennial convention in
Washington last week. Direnfeld, a
'real estate executive, will serve a
three-year term, representing the
500,000-member group's Midwest-
ern district on Bnai Brith's highest
policy body. A member of Bnai
Brith for 30 years. Direnfeld is a
past president of the Bnai Brith
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
and a former national commis-
sioner of the Anti- Defamation
League.

_Margaret Cohn to IVed
Mr. Samson in Summer

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, September 20, 1968

......... .........

B'NAI ZION
' I1 CONGREGATION

OF SEVEN MILE ROAD

will hold the High Holiday Services of

10310 W. SEVEN MILE ROAD

(TUROVER AIR CONDITIONED SYNAGOGUE)

For Reservations Call UN 3-6534

CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAH

A limited number of seats are still available in the Main

Sanctuary — Schaefer Cor. Clarita_ and Auxiliary Services

— 19161 Schaefer. For information apply at the syna-

MISS MARGARET COHN

gogue or. call Mr. A. Ungar UN 4-3392 or Mr. L. Laufer,

Cohn of
Briar Dr., Oak announce
the engagement of their daughter
Margaret to Elliott David Samson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Samson
of Adrian Rd., Southfield.
Miss Cohn attended Wayne State
University. Her fiance also attend-
ed WSU, where he served as pres-
ident of Sigma Alpha Mu Frater-
nity.
The couple is planning to marry
next summer.

398-7146. Mr. Sam Byck, Chairman, Ticket Committee.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter

.

CONGREGATION BETH YEHUDAH

Has Moved from Wyoming to

15400 W. 10 MILE RD. Nr. GREENFIELD

And Merged With

Elkind-Arvin Nuptials

To Be Held in California

ANNOUNCING

BNAI ISRAEL

The public and all past worshippers are invited to
come and worship with us pain.

High Holiday Tickets Now Available

CONG. BNAI ISRAEL BETH YEHUDAH

.

THE CALL
OF THE SHOFAR

15400 West Ten Mile Road

HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICE

MISS MARCY ELKIND

Mr. and Mrs. A. Aaron Elkind of
Hillsborough, Calif., announce the
engagement of their daughter Mar- •
cy to David Avrin, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Ira Avrin of Robson Ave.
Miss Elkind is a senior at the
University of California, Berkeley.
Her fiance received his bachelors
and masters degrees from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy and is presently doing gradu-
ate work in electrical engineering
at Stanford University.
A Dec. 21 wedding in California
is planned.

May the Shofar's message, now again being

heard throughout the world, herald a message

of peace for the entire world. May it soften

the hearts of those who preach in anger, and

may it bring encouragement to all who aspir&

for a world without rancor.

1.12rzil

8100 West Seven Mile Road

U N 1-6696

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR SERVICES IN NUSBAM HALL

Limited Seats available in Main -Sanctuary.

For information on new memberships, High Holy Days Seats,
Hebrew School registration, can Synagogue Office.

OFFICE HOURS: Daily - 9 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Sunday 10 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Mental Disorders High
Among Melbourne's
Jews; Linked to WW II

rwirt

To The Entire Community and our Many

BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE

Friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hermelin and Family

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hermelin & Family

Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinberg

THE HERMELIN AGENCY

And Associate

SHELDON GOLDMAN

EXTEND GREETINGS FORA HAPPY NEW YEAR

13625 W. 8 Mile Rd., Detroit

11 :

is

MELBOURNE (JTA) — A high
rate of mental disorders among
Jews of Melbourne was disclosed
in figures published by the Mental
Hygiene Authority of Victoria. The
report noted, however, that a high
percentage of Melbourne Jews are
survivors of Nazi concentration
camps who immigrated here and
who are the main sufferers.
The figures •showed 330 Jewish
mental patients for every 10,000
citizens compared to a 155 to 10,-
000 ratio for non-Jews. But the
incidence of mental illness among
Jews may be higher' since the
figures did not cover private
patients, among whom there are
believed to be more - Jews than
non-Jews.
The report showed, however, that
the high rate of mental disease
among Jews did not hold true for
such disorders as alcoholism and
senility.

There can be no rainbow with-
out a cloud and a storm.
—J. H, Vincent

THE BIRMINGHAMTEMPLE

Is a Pioneer Congregatiolin a New Concept

.

of Jewish Religion Called

HUMANISTIC JUDAISM

The philosophy is a bold • attempt to merge the best ethical and
aesthetic traditions of the Jewish past with the scientific integrity
of the twentieth century-

ROSH HASHANA AND
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

of the Birmingham Temple
School, Scotia

will be held at the Robert Frost
at Nine Mile Road.

If you desire to attend, please call the Temple Office, 549-5490,
to make reservation. Your interest in a humanistic Judaism is
the only requirement.

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