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August 31, 1973 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-31

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Beth Shalom Names New Cantor.

The appointment of Samuel
L. Greenbaum as cantor of
0- Cong. Beth Shalom has been
nnounced by the synagogue
0"— president, Julius J. Harwood.
He succeeeds Cantor Ruben
Erlbaum.
29,
Cantor Greenbaum,
comes here from Portland,
Ore., where he served for
the past several years as
cantor-musical director. Pre-
viously, he held a similar
post in Union, N. J. He is a
native of Jacksonville, Fla.
After studying music edu-
cation at Jacksonville Uni-
versity, he pursued his can-
torate studies at the Jewish
Theological Seminary. While
attending the seminary, he
also studied piano. On the
Coast, Cantor Green-
', continued his voice
studies at Reed College and
the University of Washington
and he did extensive concert
work in New Jersey and
Oregon. The Jewish Senior
Citizens of Portland chose
him "man of the year" for
his devotion to his volunteer
work with all age groups.
Upon graduation from the

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SAMUEL GREENBAUM

seminary, Cantor Green-
baum also began his study
of Brit Mila, and was certi-
fied under the Rabbi Harry
Bronstein. He had the dis-
tinction of being the only
mohel in Oregon who per-
formed the • Judaic rite of
circumcision.
Cantor Greenbaum and his
wife AIona, a former teach-
er, are the parents of two
children, age 4 and 2.
Cantor Greenbaum plans
an extensive musical pro-
gram at Beth Shalom and
will begin a major musical
effort oriented toward young
people.

Arabs in Hungary

BUDAPEST (JTA) — A
delegation of the Egyptian
Arab Socialist Union is in
Hungary for a few days visit,
the Hungarian news agency
MTI, reported. According to
MTI, the Egyptians were in-
vited by the Budapest Com-
munist District Committee.

Congregation Beth Achim

is pleased to announce
that it will conduct auxiliary

High Holiday Services

in its Social Hall and in the La Med Auditorium
of the United Hebrew School's Rohlik Bldg.

tickets are available at

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.

for further information or inquiries concerning
membership and seating call the synagogue office

352-8670

Blackstone Shul
Invites Men to
Form Minyan

The organizers of • "the
Blackstone Shul," which
holds services on the High
Holy Days in Blackstone
Manor, invites men living in
the Eight Mile-Schaefer area
to help form the minyan on
Rosh Hashana and Yom
Kippur.
There is a small charge
to cover the cost of hall rent.
Prayerbooks have been loan-
ed to the Blackstone Shul
for use of worshipers.
Mrs. Samuel Karpel, who
with her husband has or-
ganized the services for the
past nine years, said there
have been donations to make
the Shul decor attractive.
For information and tickets,
call Mrs. Karpel, UN 4-6692.

Isnlelj Da Wes .ritic
Oi .NeWspr;
117:LSALE.N ► k jiA) — A for more paper were unila-
shortage of newsprint has terally canceled by suppliers.
sent the publishers of Israeli
Common sense is very un
daily newspapers to Europe

-- A toLi I
BONN t .T
18 handic, aft production ;A:.
export firms from Israel
took part in this year's
Frankfurt international au-
tumn fair Aug. 2(1-29.

Early Deadline
for Labor Day

Because Labor Day will
fall on Monday, Sept. 3,
there will be early dead-
lines for the Jewish News
issue of Friday, Sept. 7.
All copy must be in our
hands—either by mail or
hand delivery — by noon
today. Publicity received
after the deadline will be
too late for publication in
the Sept. '7 issue.

They

disTilayed

a

A
said it would seek assur-
ances for quantities and not
discuss prices, as these are
changing almost daily.
The Israeli papers — 24 in
all — have paper until the
end of this year. Contracts

Dutch Royal Visit

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Netherlands' Crown- Princess
Beatrix and ,her husband
Prince Claus paid a visit
Aug. 24 to the Sephardic
Cemetery in Ouderker t,
southeast of Amsterdam.

BUCHAREST (JTA)—Be-
fore his departure for home,
the chief rabbi of France, Dr.
Jacob Kaplan, was received
in audience by the vice presi-
dent of Romania, Emil Bod-
naras. He was accompanied
by the chief rabbi of Ro-
mania, Dr. Moses .Rosen.
Rabbi Kaplan expressed
his appreciation of the reli-
gious freedom enjoyed by
Romanian Jews and also told
the vice president that the
social welfare program, run
by the Federation of Jewish
Communities in Romania
with the help of the American
Joint Distribution Commit lee,
could well serve as an ex-
ample to many Western
European Jewish communi-
ties.

t; Ace Greeley.

in search of ;Y

r. ide

range of ceramics, gold and
silver jewelry, glassware,
wood and metal products
and furniture.
Exports of these articles
have risen from $4,300,000
in 1965 to $13,900,000 in 1972.
A total export of $36,000.-
000 is estimated for 1981.
Market experts here say
that Israeli manufacturers of
jewelry can expect increas-
ing international orders, this
despite worldwide increases
in the price of precious
metals.
Meanwhile, the German
"Institute for New Technical
Form" in Darmstadt has
made a special award to Is-
raeli designers for their
ceramic ware.

French Chief Rabbi,
Romania Veep Meet

Friday, A

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Frankfurt: Displays
Israel Handicrafts

ARNOLD & RONALD

HOME CATEIVNG

• Vve6uing
Bar Mitzva • Etc.

354-6380

We Would Like to
Publicly Thank

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of Northwest Detroit

and

MR. NORMAN ALLEN

For enabling us to have continuing services.

We would like all who wish to attend our -
at the former Young Israel of f`1orive-.:! -
17376 Wyoming, to please contact

Harold Strom at LUzon 4-8008 or 341-7377
or Max Werner, 861-7149

As the twig is bent . • •

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Judaism in a child. The Secular School for Jewish Education (Formerly
the Combined Jewish School) relates the heritage of the Jewish people
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With Hebrew, Yiddish, history, song, dance, Bar/Bat Mitzva prepa-
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• At the Labor Zionist Institute,
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First published in Czecho-
slovakia in 1964, Arnost Lus-
tig's novel, "A Prayer for
Katerina Horovitzova," was
awarded the Clement Gott-
wald State Prize in 1967, and
has been translated into six
languages. It will be pub-
lished by Harper & Row, Oct.
3
In 1943, 20 European-horn
Jewish businessmen with
American passports, and a
beautiful black-haired Polish
girl, are being held in a Ger-
man concentration camp to be
exchanged for high-ranking
German offilcers in Ameri-
can hands. Naive and trust-
ing, expecting their freedom,
these Americans have al-
ready been condemned to
death, like tens of thousands
of other men and women who
have arrived at the camp be-
fore them.
"The devil in my story,"
Lustig writes, "is named
Friedrich Brenske, and next
to ruthlessness, his weapons
are politeness and morality—
illusions a victim is not able
to give up. The only weapon
against that demon of evil
is an active resistance, which
is represented in the story
by a beautiful Polish dancer
named Katerina Horovitzova.

is pleased to announce that memberships
are now available for the year 5734

Join a Congregation that has roots deep in the

tradition of Conservative Judaism .. .

Join a membership family that takes active part

in the dynamics of today's Synagogue .. .

Join a stimulating and contemporary forward-looking

Congregation that offers all the following activities:

• Sisterhood
• Senior Sisterhood
• Men's Club
• Mr. & Mrs. Club

• Award-winning U.S.Y. Group
• Tallit & Tefillin Club
• Bat Mitzvah Belles
• Young Couples Club

• Adult Study Groups
• Parent Teacher Organization
of the Hebrew School
• Adult Choir

For further information about various types of memberships
available, please call the Membership Chairman,
Mrs. Sidney Pianin, 968-4747 or the Synagogue Office 547-7970

CANTOR SAMUEL L. GREENBAUM
RABBI DAVID A. NELSON
DR. SIDNEY SELIG, Director of Education

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

14601 W. Lincoln Rd.

Oak Park, Mich.

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