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August 22, 1969 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-22

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Congregations Join Temple to Launch Sermon-Discussion
Temple Israel will inaugurate to-
sermon-discussions 011
Israel Ambassador to Canada JNF Program Prior today an experimental program sentient
"Jewish Young Men and the
which it will conduct one Sabbath
Draft," "Intermerriage"
and
to Speak at Bnai Moshe Dinner to High Holy Days each month throughout the year. "Black
Anti-Semitism."

16—Friday, August 22, 1969

Ephraim Evron, Israel ambassa-
dor to Canada. will be guest speak-
er at the Bnai Moshe testimonial
dinner honoring Sam Freedman
6:30 p.m. Sept. 4, in the social hall
of the congregation, it was an-
nounced by Donald J. Sachs. presi-
dent.
Freedman is being• honored for
his nearly half a century of serv-
ice to Bnai Moshe, to the com-
munity and to the Jewish people.
Ambassador Evron was born in
Haifa in 1920. He attended Hebrew
University and the government law
classes in Jerusalem.
He served in the British Army

B'NAI MOSHE
RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL

Ten Mile at Kenosha

OAK PARK

Congregation Memberships
Are Available

We Accept Students
of Non-Members

TINA B. FRIEDMAN

"My contact with the B'nai Moshe
Religious School for the past ten
years has offered me not only an
opportunity to study Judaism but to
create many Jewish friends who
have the same interests and outlook
as I have. The many personal re-
lationships cultivated at the school
will probably remain with me for a
lifetime. Above all I will always as-
sociate my Jewish education with
contacts that have become very
meaningful to me in my Jewish
educational and social life."

We Suggest You

Register Your

CHILD TODAY

(Ages 5-16)

CLASSES BEGIN SUNDAY

SEPTEMBER 7

PHONE SYNAGOGUE OFFICE
ON SUNDAY MORNINGS

LI 8-9000

WE HAVE THREE
SESSIONS ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS

9-10:30
10:30-12
12-1:30

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The annual tradition preceding
during World War II and was in
combat on the Jerusalem front in the High Holy Days of purchasing
Jewish
National Fund stamps is
the Israel War of Independence.
After Israel won its statehood, he again being followed by congrega-
joined the Israel Ministry for For- tions throughout Michigan, accord-
eign Affairs and was assigned to ing to David P. Zack, JNF presi-
dent.
The special JNF stamps are used
by synagogue ticket committees
to decorate holiday admission tick-
ets, each stamp issued being a re-
ceipt in acknowledgement of a
voluntary contribution to the cause
of "Geulath Ha'aretz," the JNF
program of land reclamation.
In appealing to synagogue tick-
et committees to utilize the JNF
High Holy Day stamps, Zack
said "The Jewish National Fund
still provides the land founda-
tion for settling and rehabilitat-
ing Jewish immigrants in Israel.
In the last 68 years, the JNF
paved the way for the establish-
ment of over 650 colonies, includ-
ing more than 400 located on
Israel's borders.
The JNF has recently begun land
reclamation operations for the es-
tablishment of new outposts on the
EPHRAIM EVRON
Jordan, Syrian and Lebanese bor-
ders, said Zack. "It is essential to
the American department. From the state of Israel's future that the
1949 to 1951, Evron was political
secretary to the late Moshe Sha-
rett. then foreign minister.
Labor Day Deadline,
Evron was appointed secretary
to then Prime Minister David Ben-
Because of Labor Day, ,4;
Gurion. In 1953, he became secre-
Sept. 1, The Jewish News
tary to the Embassy of Israel
will have an early deadline
in Washington and a year later
on copy for the issue of Sept.
was named chef de cabinet to
5. Deadline will be noon Fri-
then Defense Minister Pinhas
': day, Aug. 29.
Lavon, From 1955 to 1961, Evron
was an executive of Ilistadrut,
serving as representative to
JNF has the necessary and addi-
North America and member of
tional funds to continue and ex-
the board of directors of Solel
pand its vital development tasks."
Bench.
Phillip Stollman and Harry Co-
In 1961. Evron rejoined the for- hen are co-chairmen of the JNF
eign service and stas assigned to religious group committee.
the embassy in London, first as
Synagogue ticket committees
counselor and then as minister who have not received their supply
plenipotentiary. In 1965. Evron was of stamps, or require additional
appointed minister at the Israel amounts, are asked to call the
Embassy in Washington. and in the JNF office. 399-0820. or write, 22100
tense days preceding and during Greenfield, Oak Park.
the Six-Day War. he had a vital
role in the conferences held with
President Johnson. Evron became
Israel's ambassador to Sweden
last year. and early in 1969 he was
appointed to his present post as
ambassador to Canada.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will give
Cong. Beth Achim will honor its
the tribute to the honoree, and Can- officers at the Israel 21st anniver-
tor Louis Klein will render the sary dinner at 6:30 p.m., Sept. 8,
musical salute at the dinner, which in the social hall of the congrega-
is on behalf of Israel Bonds. Abra-
tion. 19190 Schae-
ham Pasternak is dinner chairman
fer. This will be
and Charles Ruben co-chairman.
the first general
Eric Rosenow and his Continentals
communal affair
will provide the dinner music.
of Beth Achim
since the merger
For reservations to the dinner,
of Beth Aaron
which will be preceded by a cock-
and Ahavas Ach-
tail reception, call the Israel Bond
im.
office, 352-6770, or the synagogue
The men's club,
office, LI 8-9000.

Beth Achim VIPs
to Be Honored at
Israel Bond Fete

Following services, the congrega-
Young men and women in the
tion will be invited to the youth
room for a discussion of the rabbi's community, in particular, are in-
vited to participate regularly
sermon.
along with members and their
Today Dr. Leon Fram will speak friends.
on the subject, "Shall Reform Jews
Sponsor a Jewish Day School?"
This same topic which be a major
subject of debate at the 50th gen-
eral assembly of the Union of
Photogrophers
American Hebrew Congregations
this October in Miami Beach.
For
Passports,
too!
Rabbi Fram and Rabbi M.
UN 4-8785
Robert Syme plan to have sub-

sulfa .3mpg

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• Bar Mitzva
• Wedding

NOW

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• Organization Function

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Call CONG. BETH ACHIM — UN 4-6428

HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICE
BETH ABRAHAM
SYNAGOGUE

at

8100 West Seven Mile Road

UN 1-6696

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR SERVICES IN NUSBAUM HALL

Limited Seats Available in Main Sanctuary
For information on new memberships. High Holy Days Seats,
School registration, Call Synagogue Office.

Hebrew

OFFICE HOURS: Daily 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
Sunday 10 A.M.-1:00 P.M.

CONGREGATION
B'NAI DAVID

Southfield Road at Mt. Vernon

Southfield, Michigan

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sisterhood a n d

Baltimore Rabbis Board
Endorses Sex Education
in the Public Schools

BALTIMORE (JTA) — The Bal-
timore Board of Rabbis, expres-
sing concern over the "bitter con-
troversy" on the issue of sex and
family life education in the public
schools has issued a statement en-
dorsing efforts to include sex edu-
cation in the public schools "at
every grade level."

The statement noted that the
"positive attitude" toward sex in
the Jewish tradition has led to "a
frank treatment of the subject, not
only in the home but also in the
school, as an integral part of the
study at all age levels of both the
Bible and later rabbinic litera-
ture." The resolution embodying
the rabbis' position declared that
many of the members of the rab-
binical board "have long offered
a variety of sex education pro-
grams in their own religious
schools" on the premise that Jud-
aism considers ignorance "of any
subject of human concern to be
deplorable if not sinful."

young marrieds
are joining in
sponsoring t h e
-' dinner.
Emil Cohen, hu
torist, will head
the program at I
Cohen
is affair on be-
half of Israel Bonds.
Since establishing himself as a
humorist, raconteur and vocalist
at Grossinger's, Cohen has starred
in major night clubs, hotels and
theaters throughout the country.
William I. Liberson, a past
president, who has been active
in a number of communal Jewish
causes is dinner chairman. Co-
chairmen are Joseph Braver,
Jonas Dworin, Dr. Manual Feld-
man, Phillip Minkin, Max Nosan-
chuk and David Silverman.
Dinner music will be provided by
Eric Rosenow and his Continentals.
Participants on the program will
include Rabbis Benjamin H. Gor-
relick and Milton Arm and Cantors
Simon Bermanis and Joseph Birn-
holtz.
For reservations, call Israel
Bonds, 352-6770 or the synagogue
office, UN 4-6428.

ANNOUNCES

That it has a limited number of mem-
berships available with seating for
coming high Holy Day services. Rabbi
Hayim Donin-Cantor Hyman J. Adler
-Sexton Rev. Herman J. Roth.

For Further Information Please Call

EL 6 8210 or 444-1510

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