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May 14, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-14

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Louis Berry and Abraham Borman
Named 'Founders of Greater Seminary'

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 14, 1971--29

LETTER BOX

Louis Berry and Abraham Bor- nary's Jewish Museum on' New
man, nationally prominent Detroit York's Fifth Ave.
An added highlight of the re-
civic and communal leaders who
are overseers of the Jewish Theo- ception program will be the pre- Beth Yehudah Alumni
logical Seminary of America, will sentation of gold-tooled albums
be cited as Founders of the Great- and other mementos of apprecia- Cited as Examples of
er Seminary at a reception 4:30 tion td Detroit charter members of
p.m. June 8 in the Standard City the Seminary's National Patrons Schools' Contribution
Society, according to Morris Kar- Editor, The Jewish News:
Club.
Each will receive "The Scroll," a bal, chairman of the Seminary's
In your recent issue, Mr. Joseph
replica of a statue created by noted Greater Detroit Committee.
Baras, president of the Hebrew
sculptor Albert Weinberg, whose
Teachers Association, states that:
original work is housed in the semi-
"The Midrasha now has only
seven students . . . for this the
community spends $100,000 annual-
ly. The rationale for such a fan-
tastic expenditure is that we have
DRESS SHOP
to prepare young men and women
for the Hebrew teaching profes-
SIZES 12-18
Mon."
We often read in your columns
complaints about our Hebrew and
even day schools that they fail
to prepare their students for a
teaching career. Let the follow-
ing facts at least in regard • to
one school speak for themselves:
In the city of Detroit there are
right now in the various Hebrew
schools and synagogues:
Twenty-five young men and
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or
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Eleven young men and women
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acting as directors of various
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youth activities;
One young man engaged as the
cantor of a prominent synagogue,
while another one is engaged as
a mashgiah of the kosher kitchen
at Sinai Hospital.
All these people are alumni of
Beth Yehudah Schools of Detroit.
We shall not even attempt to enu-
merate the hundreds of our alumni
who are active in Jewish life
throughout the country and even
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Beth Yehudah Schools.
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EUGENE GREENFIELD,
Chairman, Board of Directors,
Beth Yehudah Schools. -

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Ethnic Parley to Deal
With Detroit's Many
Different Communities

The second annual Conference
of Ethnic Communities of Greater
Detroit will be held May 19-23 at
McGregor Memorial Center, Wayne
State University. With the parti-
cipation of a number of Jewish
organizations, the conference will
cover the many ethnic communi-
ties—including Jewish—that make
up Detroit.
Dr. Otto Feinstein, WSU Mon-
teith College professor of science
of society, has coordinated the con-
ference, which will include many
workshops and general sessions.
Among the participants in the
program are Irving Levine, di-
rector of the National Project
on Ethnic America of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee; Richard
Lobenthal of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith Michigan
Region; and Harold Gales of the
Jewish Parents Institute.
Others include Leonard Moss,
Norman Drachler, Sidney Glazer,
Eleanor Wolf, Charles' Nathanson,
Burton Levy, Dean Gettleson, Wal-
ter Klein and Samuel Knokow.
The Young Dancers Guild of the
Jewish Center will participate in
an evening of street folk dancing
and singing May 22.
Besides the American Jewish
Committee - and Anti-Defamation
League, Jewish communal orga-
nizations participating in the event
are Bnai Brith Women's Council
and Jewish Community Council.
The conference is open to the
public.

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