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18—Friday, May 14, 1971

SYNAGOGUE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shavuot Deadline

Because the second day of
Shavuot will be on Monday,
May 31, The Jewish News
has scheduled an early dead-
line for the issue of Friday,
June 4. All copy must be in
our hands by noon Friday,
May 28, or it will be con-
sidered too late to publish.

SE R VI C E S

CONG, BNAI ISRAEL OF PONTIAC: Youth group services 8:30 p.m.
today and 7:30 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Berman will speak on "Life
Begins at 40 for Rabbi Akiva." A sociodrama on "Lag b'Omer"
will be presented today.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: High school graduation service 8:15 p.m. today
(see story on youth page), and 10 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Rosen-
baum's sermon will be "Sayings of Our Sages." Diane Glovinsky,
Bat Mitzva Saturday.
Robert N. Canvasser was re-
CONG. SHAAREY SHOMAYIM: Services 7:30 p.m. today and 9 a.m. elected president of Temple Beth
"The
Qualifications
of
Saturday. Rabbi Goldman will speak on
El at the 121st annual meeting.
Cohanim."
Other officers re-elected were:
TEMPLE BETH JACOB of Pontiac: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Harvey Willens, first vice presi-
will
speak
on
"Wisdom
for
Life."
Alan
Barnett,
Bar
Berkowitz
dent; Jay W. Allen, second vice
Mitzva. -
president; and Merton J. Segal,
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday. treasurer.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "A Tribune to an Educator."
The following were elected to
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL: Services 7:30 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Satur- the board of trustees for a three-
day. Rabbi Kranz will speak on Guiding the Jewish Child."
year term: Milton H. Dresner,
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m. Saturday. Mrs. Joseph Garlock, Paul Handle-
Rabbi Fram will discuss "The Generations." Debra Globerson, man, Marvin Novick, Harvey E.
Bat Mitzva today. Marshall Levine, Bar Mitzva Saturday.
Schatz and Allan B. Schmier.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Satur-
Those remaining on the board are
day. Rabbi Halpern's sermon will be "Can You Count on Yourself?" Paul Broder, Stanley J. Clamage,
Mark Schreier and Martin Markzon, Bnai Mitzva.
Gordon S. Gard, Bernard Isenberg,
CONG. BNAI JACOB: Services 7:26 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday. Richard Kux, Edward C. Levy,
Rabbi Isaac will speak on "Lag b'Omer."
Sr., Marshall F. Loewenstein, Da-
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK: Services 6 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Satur- vid K. Page, Sam Petok, Richard
day. Charles Holzman and William Spoon, Bnai Mitzva.
Strichartz and Sidney R. Solomon.
CON . BETH SHALOM: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Martin Bogrow and Reuben Stein, Bnai Mitzva.
Paul J. Dizik was elected presi-
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 7:25 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. Satur- dent of the Married. Group of
day. Stuart Schneider and Eric Shulman, Bnai Mitzva.
Temple Beth El at its annual meet-
ADAS SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Sat- ing.
urday. Robert Schwartz, Bar Mitzva.
Dizik was consecrated and con-
CONG. BETH MOSES: Services 6:15 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. ,Satur- firmed in the religious school of
day. Leonard Freedman, Bar Mitzva.
Beth El and is a graduate of its
CONG. BETH ACHIM: Services 7:30 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Satur- high school department. He' is a
day, Steven Schwartz, Bar Mitzva.
former vice president of the Young
Regular services will be held at Temple Kol Ami (see story on People's Society, a board member
youth page), Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Livonia Jewish Congregation, of the men's club and chairman
Young Israel of Greenfield, Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehuda, Birming- of the properties committee of the
ham Temple, Cong. Beth Hillel, Temple Beth El, Cong. Bnai Jacob and
temple.
Downtown Synagogue.
Other officers elected were Den-
nis N. Frank and Mrs. Robert S.
Ginsberg, vice presidents; Fred-
erick Simon, treasurer; and Mrs.
Carl Heifetz and Mrs. Lynn Jacob,
secretaries.
The folloWing were elected to
the board of directors: Mr. and
Mrs. Michael DeLap, Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Goodfriend. Dr. and Mrs.
Alfred Kreindler, Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Lepler, Dr. and Mrs.

Beth El Re-Elects
Robert Canvasser

Plan Beth Hillel Bond Dinner

Thomas Millman, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Remer. Mr. and Mrs.
Risirian and Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Zamrin.

Congregation Beth Hillel members planning the synagogue's
ninth annual Israel Bond dinner include, (from left): seated, Mrs
Jack Wildstrom, Mrs. Fred Erlebacher, Sigmund Lowenthal, presi-
dent and co-founder, who will be the guest of honor at the dinner
June 13 at the synagogue; Herman Strassburger, Dr. Jack Statt-
man Arthur Leiser and Otto Kaufman; standing, Herman Doiny,
Leo Barnon, Oscar Moss, Max Blum, Norbert Robert, Benoit Gorge
and Leonard Efros.

Tennis.. Squash Club
Being Constructed

The site of the Detroit Tennis
and Squash Club's new $1,000,000
sport complex at Drake Rd. and
14 Mile Rd., Farmington, was of-

ficially dedicated at ground-break-
ing ceremonies by DTSC President
Werner Stark and Earl Teeples,
June 27 has been set for a Youth vitcher Center, at the synagogue. city manager of Farmington.
When completed, the new faci-
Scholarship Dinner given by Cong.
The event is part of a campaign
Mishkan Israel Nusach Hari Luba- to raise funds for aspiring students lit y will include 12 terraced out-
of Judaism who wish to pursue door tennis courts, four indoor
their Jewish studies at a higher tennis courts (with four additional
courts to follow), two squash
Haifa Rosh Yeshiva,
level.
courts and a contemporary club-
Rabbi Katz, in Detroit Irving Weiss, general chairman, house with a proposed swimming
Rabbi David S. Katz, rabbi of announced that the dinner is in pool.
Ramot Remez and the rosh yeshiva honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ruben-
The Detroit Tennis and Squash
of Yeshivath Mishkan Yaakov, faer for their outstanding service Club, founded in 1947 as the West
Haifa, is visiting Detroit. to the Jewish community, espe- Side Tennis Club, is a private,
Rabbi Katz, a scholar of Yeshi- cially Jewish youth. Rubenfaer is nonprofit tennis club whose mem-
vath Ponivez and one of the closest chairman of the Lubavitcher Men's bership during nearly a quarter
students of the late Rabbi Kahan- Club.
Weiss said the speaker will be of a century has included several
eman, is one of the new generation
Dr.
Velvi Greene, professor of past national, state and city cham-
of Israeli-born rabbis.
Within his community, one of the microbiology and public health pions.

Lubavitch Event to Aid Young Scholars

-

typical laborer suburbs of Haifa,
his achievements in strengthening
the Torah element and practice of
mitzvot have gained wide repute.
Rabbi Katz established the rah-'
binical college and Yeshivath Mish-i
kan Yaakov, named for the late
member of Knesset, Reb Yaakov
Katz. Rabbi Katz hopes to rally
support during his U.S. tour for I
completion of the first building of
yeshiva, presently housed in
3tr:eral temporary structures
2',t.kr-id his synagogue. For infest•
call Rabbi A. M. Cohen,

542-6401.

at the University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis. Dr. Greene is a
member of the NASA space re-
search team and an author and
lecturer.

Beth Abraham to Lay Cornerstone

Irwin Adler, building commit-
tee chairman, estimated that the
indoor tennis courts will be
ready for use by the latter part
of the year.

NEW BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE

Cong. Beth Abraham will hold
cornerstone dedication exercises
for its new West Bloomfield Town-
ship synagogue and school 10:30
a.m. May 23. The community is
invited.
The congregation, organized and
chartered by the state in 1892,
plans to move from its present
location on W. Seven Mile Rd. at
Greenlawn to the new quarters at
5075 W. Maple, between Inkster and
Middlebelt, in time to worship for
the 1971 High Holy Days. The
synagogue, planning to operate its
own independent congregational
Hebrew school, is engaged in an
active enrollment campaign for
the 1971-72 school year.
In addition, Beth Abraham will
conduct a full youth program with
clubs, junior congregation and teen
activities for all age levels, includ-
ing young adults and young mar-
rieds.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, syna-
gogue spiritual leader, and Cantors
Shabtai Ackerman and Israel
Fuchs will participate in the May
23 event, along with state and
township public officials. Officers
and trustees for 1971-72 will be
installed.
Menasche Haar, vice president
and board chairman of the congre-
gation, is arrangements chairman,

FRANK A. COLOMBO of Grosse
Pointe Shores, executive vice presi-
dent, J .L. Hudson Co., has been
named general chairman of the
1971 United Negro College Fund
campaign for the state of Michi-
gan.

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SPECIAL NOTICE

Due to the Holiday of Shavuot which occurs
Sunday and Monday, May 30th and 31st,
1971, the Cemetery will be closed.

By order of the

Board of Directors

Rabbi Samuel H. Prero
of
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

will lead a 3-week tour to Israel

from July 19 to August 9

DESIGNED FOR PROSPECTIVE APARTMENT PURCHASERS

All first-class accommodations. Air-conditioned busses will be at your disposal
for all touring, and limousines will meet you to show you available apart-
ments in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and Haifa.

All inclusive cost: $985.00

As an added incentive, the price of the round trip air fare for one person
will be refunded if an apartment is purchased from the builders and agents

Rabbi Yosef P. Zucker of Miami
has been named executive chair-
man of the entire campaign.
Guest artist will be young cantor
Avremole Friedman, of Brooklyn.
For tickets, call Mishkan Israel,
LI 8-2666.

Earl Clark, University of De-
troit tennis coach, will continue
to serve as resident professional,
providing lessons for all members.
The club house will feature car-
peted locker rooms for men and
women with large private lockers
for each member, a lounge and

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and Dr, Harry Newman, a past
president of the congregation, will
preside. Irving E. Adler is presi-
dent.

The following additional trips sponsored by

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and

YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

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