Frank Simons to Be14 1-lonored at Temple Israel Today
Frank L. Simons, administrator
of Temple Israel, will be honored
on the occasion of his 10 anniver-
sary with the congregation at
Passover Sabbath Eve services
6:30 p.m. today.
Simons will speak from the pul-
pit on "Retrospect and PrOspect:
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, April 24, 1970-19
My 10 Years at Temple Israel." •
Chairman of the evening, Harold
Somlyo, announces that in addition
to Rabbis Leon Fram and M. Rob-
ert Syme and Canter Harold Or-
bach, all past presidents of the
temple with whom Simons has
served will participate in the wor-
They include Sol I. Stein, Leslie
R. Schmier, Julian S. Tobias, Har-
ry L. Pliskow,L Morton H. Barris
and the current president, Jack
Caminker, as well as Somlyo.
Coming from New Jersey to
extend greetings on behalf of the
National Association of Temple
Administrators, the professional
organization of Reform syna-
Annual Hebrew Music Festival
Friday, May 8, at 8:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Woodward and Gladstone
is privileged to present
"AN EVENING OF LITURGICAL MUSIC"
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
composed and directed by
Congregation 9 fiat ZavicI
IN COOPERATION WITH
The American Conf.
In Tribute To The 25th Anniversary of
CANTOR HYMAN J. ADLER
SAT., MAY 2, 1970 — 8:30 P.M. in the Main-Sanctuary
Cantors Shabtai Ackerman, Simon Bermanis,
Reuven Frankel, Louis Klein
WHY I GO
I go to AKIVA becabse:
We must learn Hebrew just so
And we do it with gusto.
The teachers are all helpful
For this we are grateful.
No, school needn't be dreadful
You see, Akiva's quite intellectual.
The students learn their places
In the Jewish and American races.
There is something about Akiva we'll never
forget as each successive year our fu-
ture helps set.
So our school we remember, even July to Sep-
tember because of the very special way we
are taught each day.
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
Open Houes—Tues., May 12
24061 Coolidge, Oak Park • 545-1060
internationally acclaimed composer
gogue directors, will be Bernard
Lepoff, NATA president. A num-
ber of other NATA officers will
join in the tribute.
Before joining the staff of Tem-
ple Israel, Simons was city editor
of The Jewish News for several
years. He is a journalism grad-
uate of Wayne State University.
In addition to his work with
Temple Israel, Simons has served
in a number of community posi-
tions, including the Allied Jewish
Campaign and committees of the
Jewish Community Council.
He is a past president of the
Council of Synagogue Executive
Directors of Metropolitan Detroit
and presently serves as a vice
president of the National Associa-
tion of Temple Administrators.
Simons previously was honored
by Temple Israel when, in 1967,
he was certified as a fellow in
Following the service, Mr. and
Mrs. Simons will be guests of hon-
or at a reception in the social hall,
sponsored by the Temple Israel
Image of Jews' Success
Doesn't Hold True Abroad
NEW YORK (JTA) — Evelyn
Peters, chief consultant on day
care for the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, said
on the WNYC "New York Tomor-
row" program, the image of Jews
as all being economically success-
ful clashed with reality. "There
are still many thousands of Jews
overseas where the father earns
no more than one dollar a day,"
As a result, she continued, in
many areas of the world Jewish
philanthropic agencies must con-
tinue and enlarge their programs,
especially in child care. She ob-
served, there are still 55,000 Jews
in Tunisia and Morocco ,with 1,000
children in JDC Day Care centers.
Mid East Crisis Draws
Record Parade Marchers
NEW YORK—The crisis in the
Middle East has prompted record
participation in this year's Salute
to Israel Parade. More than 300
schools, youth groups and commu-
nity centers have indicated that
they will turn out record numbers
of marchers on May 10, to ex-
press their support of Israel and
to celebarte Israel's 22nd birth-
This year's theme, "Israel:
Blossoming From 4,000-y e a r
Roots", will be presented by floats,
costumes, banners and other gra-
phic props that will unfold the
story of the Jewish people and
their historic ties to the land of
Ironwood is as far west as St.
Louis, Missouri; Port Huron is
as far east as Greenville, South
Carolina, or Ashville, North Caro-
lina; Hancock is farther north
than Montreal, Canada.
gifted tenor of K'hilat Jeshurun
talented contralto, KAM Choir
Choir of KAM Temple
Temple Beth El Choir
Rabbi Richard C. Heitz, Narrator
ALL ARE WELCOME
MAX JANOWSKI graduated from the Scharwenka Con-
servatory in Berlin. In 1933 he won a contest sponsored
by the Imperial Academy of Music in Tokyo, Japan.
He was awarded the title of Professor of Music and lived
there 4 years, teaching and concertizing. In 1937 he came
to the United States and in 1938 became the director
of music at K.A.M. Temple in Chicago. For more than
30 years, K.AM. Temple has been the standard by
which other congregations have measured their musical
achievements. Many congregations who were eager to
improve their music curriculum came to Professor
Janowski for advice.
CANTOR MAURICE LEVY, son of a Rabbi, began his
formal education in Hebrew liturgy by singing in choirs
of such world famous Cantors as Zavel Kvartin, Pierre
Pinchik, David Roitman. He later continued his educa-
tion at the Hebrew Theological College in Chicago and
the Torah V'daath Seminary in New York.
Cantor Levy is gifted with a fine lyric tenor voice and
has made numerous appearances on the concert stage,
radio and television in programs of Jewish music.
Cantor Levy is considered by his colleagues as one of
the outstanding young cantors of his generation.
BEATRICE HORWITZ, daughter of the noted Cantor
-An.shel Freedman, spent her formative years in Israel
during which time she made her first stage appearances
as accompanist to her father. Since her return to the
United States, she has been one of the leading soloists
with several large Chicago synagogues and now occupies
that position with the K.A.M. Temple Choir. She is fre-
quently heard on radio, television and the concert stage
and is a solo on the album "Art Enchanting Evening
with the Cantors" and the recording "Sbma Koleynu."
Having been raised in the song-filled household of a
Cantor, Beatrice Freedman Horwitz continues the family
tradition with her glowing contralto voice and sensitive
interpretations of Jewish, Liturgical and Israeli music.