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August 13, 1971 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-13

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SYNAGOGUE Oh SERVICES I

BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Wine
will
discuss "The Myth of the Machine — Humanism and Science,"
as part of his series on the relationship of humanism to contem-
porary issues. George Molnar, Confirmation.
CONG. BNAI JACOB: Services 7:18 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Isaac will speak on "The Welfare of Israel Depends on Its
Loyalty to God's Commandments."
TEMPLE KOL AMI: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Conrad
will
discuss "Arab Fratricide and the Survival of the Jewish State."
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL: Services 7:15 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturady. Rabbi Kranz will speak on "The Source of Fear."
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Fram will speak on "The Song of Love," as part of his
series on the poetry of the Bible. Jamie Adler, Bar Mitzva (See
story on youth page.)
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "Remember All the Way." Kenneth
Wedes and Robert Mames, Bnai Mitzva.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD: Services 7 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Sperka will speak on "A Divine Promise."
Joseph Levine, Bar Mitzva
CONG. BNAI ISRAEL of Pontiac: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m.
Saturday. Rabbi Berman's sermon topic will be "Know Your
Past and Insure Your Future." James Goldstein, Bar Mitzva.
ADAS SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Lawerence Fine and Stuart Goldring, Bnai Mitzva.
CONG. BNAI DAVID: Services 7:15 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Warren Cohen and Steven Schecter, Bnai Mitzva.
CONG. BETH ACHIM: Services 6:30 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Satur-
Ronald Ettinger and Richard Arden, Bnai Mitzva.
CONG. BETH MOSES: Services 6:15 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Satur-
day. Ronald Ettinger and Richard Arden. Bnai Mitzva.
Regular services will be held at Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac,
Cong. Beth Shalom, Temple Beth El, Livonia Jewish Congregation,
Cong. Beth Abraham, Cong. Beth Israel-Beth Yehuda, Temple Emanu-
El, Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Cong. Beth
Hillel, Cong. Shaarey Shomayim and Downtown Synagogue.

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Announcing .

Cong. Bnai David will install
its officers at a dinner dance 6
p.m. Aug. 24 in the synagogue
social hall.
Dr. Maier Belen, chairman, will
be assisted by Jack Kraizman,
Neil Kalef, Mel Richman, Norton
Rosin, Phillip Bolton and Jack
Wolf.
Max Sosin, president of the
congregation for the past two
years, and his outgoing junior of-
ficers and trustees will be hon-
ored.
Rabbi Hayim Donin and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler also will partic-
ipate. Hal Gordon and his orches-
tra will provide the music.
Julian Liebman will install the
following officers and trustees:
Dr. Maurice M. Silverman, pres-
ident; Mike Must, Jack Wolf
and Dr. Maier Belen, vice pres-
idents; Alan Weiner, treasurer;
and Philip Bolton, secretary.
Trustees are Irving Belinsky,
Maurice Betman, Mrs. Philip Bol-
ton, Mar vin Canner, Arthur
Chaims, Peter Chodor of f, Hy
('ohen, Edward Fishman, Leonard
Goodman, Joe Gorman, Robert
Gottlieb, Hadar Granader, Samuel
Jacobs, Neil M. Kalef, Israel Kan-
er and Marvin Kaufman.
Also on the board are Harry
Koltonow, Jack J. Kraizman,
Julian Liebman, Leonard Nagel,
Donald Nitzkin, Martin Norton,
Morris Novetsky, Burton J. Platt,
Dr. Morton Plotnick, Dr. Jay
Richman, Melville J. Richman,
Norton Rosin, Mendel Shifmaii,
Jerome Soble, Harvey Sosin, Dr.
Harvey Zalesin and Dr. Arnold
Zuroff.

Orphan Asylum Center
for Emotionally Distrubed

DINNER SIZE

COMPLETE
CARRY-OUT

SHIVA OR
SIMCHA
DINNERS & TRAYS

Cong. Bnai David
Installing Officers

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—Home-
wood Terrace has undergone many
changes since its inception in 1870
as the Pacific Hebrew Orphans
Asylum, the Jewish Bulletin re-
ports. Originally founded as a child
care center, the asylum provided
group and fOster home care for
Jewish children, and also placed
children for adoption. The agency
is no longer a child care facility
because, according to Homewood
director Norton Mandelbaum, "The
need for family foster home service
for Jewish children in the Bay
Area has decreased and we gave
up our adoption license two years
ago because there are just no
Jewish babies available for adop-
tion."
The few Jewish babies avail-
able are handled through law-
yers and doctors, he said.
Today, Homewood Terrace is a
!residential treatment center for
children who have emotional and
social problems so severe that it
is impossible for them to live at
home or in foster homes.
To be accepted by Homewood
Terrace, children must be of nor-
mal intelligence without severe
physical problems. They live in the
community, attend school and have
the potential for being independent
at 18. The agency has seven resi-
dences in the Richmond District
of the city with a capacity of 41
teenagers aged 13-17.

Club Sets Reunion Date

Bnai David's Mr. and Mrs. Club
plans an 18th year reunion for
Sat., Oct. 2.

20—Friday, August 13, '1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Colleagues Honor Rabbi Leon Frarn

Rabbi Leon Fram was named
an honorary member of the na-
tional C e n t r al Conference of
American Rabbis. He was paid
this tribute by his colleagues for
more than 50 years of ordination
and a CCAR member since 1920.
He has served at various times
as a member of the Executive
Board since 1932 for a total of
24 years.
He received a specia-1 certificate
noting his distinguished service to
the organization and as a rabbi
to both the congregation and com-
munity. Rabbi Fram served on
numerous CCAR committees, in-

eluding: Justice and Peace,
Church-State, Resolutions and Re-
ligious Education.
"Our colleague has always
stood for the highest ideals of
our calling," commented Rabbi
David Polish, CCAR president, of
Evanston, Ill. "By honoring him,
we honor ourselves."
Rabbi Polish paid particular
tribute to Rabbi Fram's distin-
guished record in aiding the cause
of Israel and the Progressive
movement in that country.

The electorate is the jury writ
large.—Lord Samuel.

Temple Kol Ami

Ernst J. Conrad Rabbi
Office 851-5350 or 647-4176

What is a Religious School? Is it a convenient baby-sitting
service for the —mornings after the night before? Is it the place
we drag our children who protest more loudly each consecutive
Sunday? Kol Ami's Religious School espouses one goal: to help
children to know and to love their Jewish identity. We make
only two requirements when choosing our teachers: one, that
they love their Jewish heritage ; and two, that they are good
listeners. Lecturing is definitely not our thing — we bridge the
generation gap from kindergarten to high school by engaging
in continual dialogue with our young people. Our curriculum
is structured ; our classroom discussion is free. In the first five

grades we study the Holidays, the Bible, and we learn to know
God and His creation, our . world. From grades six to eight we

concentrate on our Jewish history, working backwards starting
in sixth grade with today and ending in eighth with 100 C.E.
In ninth we come back to the
present again and discuss relevant
today problems confronting Jewish youth.

We strongly believe that Judaism is a living, relevant re-
ligion, not a relic to be studied microscopically and memorized
as one would the species in a biology class. It is our aim also
to expose our children to our rich culture — we sing, we dance,
we put on plays ; we debate some of the critical social problems
of today ; and affirm our Jewish membership in the human

family. Our high school youth group meets during Religious
School. These young people put into practice some of our ideals,
by involving themselves in worthwhile social projects.

Want to know more about our liberal, reform, today temple—
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• • Bar-IlanUniversity Annual Banquet

December 1, 1971 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek

• World Personalities will be on the program.

RESERVE THE DATE!

•Dinner committee in formation (will be announced short)y)

For Information call the BAR
ILAN UNIVERSITY OFFICE, 23125 Coolic19=—L?8-71 80

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