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September 13, 1974 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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National Tributes Added to Scores of Local Honors
Accorded Rabbi Segal on 35 Years in Rabbinate

Assuming a national and
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Rabbi Jacob E. Segal were
given acclaim by the partici-

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pation of a distinguished na-
tional leader and an emin-
ent jurist.
Rabbi Edward Sandrow
spoke for the Conservative
rabbinate and for Rabbi
Segal's confreres in the Con-
servative movement. As
special adviser to the presi-
dent of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary, Rabbi Segal's
alma mater, Rabbi Sandrow
expressed gratitude for no-
table accomplishments in the
advancement of the spiritual
tasks among youth as well
as adults.
U.S. Circuit Court Judge
Wade McCree gave evi-
dence, in another address at
the testimonial dinner, of the
esteem in which Rabbi Se-
gal is held in the interracial
community.
The entire week-end's fes-
tivities marked Rabbi Seg-
al's- 35th anniversary in the
rabbinate and his 28th year
as spiritual leader of Adat
Shalom.
Moving and impressive in
all aspects, the Sabbath
morning service was en-
hanced by the "sermon"
given for the first time by
a woman. The address by
Mrs. Morris (Goldie) Adler
had special significance in
her emphasis on the con-
cept of learning. Packed with
interpretive references to a
rabbi's role as teacher, Mrs.
Adler in her speech of less
than 10 minutes defined the
major role of being a teach-
er, a rabbi in Israel.
The festive spirit of the
Sabbath services was en-
hanced by a large atten-
dance of Shaarey Zedek
members and representa-
tions from Temple Beth El
and other synagogues.
Not only the congregation-
al response but the family
mood added glamor to the
events. At the conclusion of
the Sabbath service, Jean
(Mrs. Jacob) Segal gave the
invocation and drew upon a
portion from the Isaiah Haf-
tara, chanted by her hus-

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Friday, Sept. 13, 1974-53
in the service.
Max Biber introduced Mrs.
Adler. Rabbi Seymour Ros-
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who was the first president
of Adat Shalom when it was
known as Northwest Hebrew
Congregation, Marcia Tilchin
and Charlotte Nussbaum.
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A distinct honor was ac-
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corded Rabbi Segal by Dr.
Sandrow who described the
honoree as an artist of Jud-
aism. He commended him
for his organizational efforts
as one of the architects of
From All Of Us To All Of You —
the Hillel Day School and
as an initiator of educational
A Peaceful, Happy, Joyful Year!
methods when he was a
teacher in his school in Long
Island during Rabbi Segal's
student days at the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
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nounced that the synagogue
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is naming its library the
Jacob E. Segal Adat Shalom
Library in recognition of his
many gifts to the congrega-
tion and the community.
In response to a gift from
the synagogue sisterhood by
Alice Goldsmith, Mrs. Segal
read a poem she had writ-
ten in gratitude to the syn-
agogue and to her husband.
Samuel Frankel and Sol
Eisenberg, co-chairmen of
the dinner arrangements
committee, presided at the
banquet.
In tribute to Rabbi Segal,
Annette Chajes, accompan-
ied by her husband, Julius
Chajes, sang "Old Jerusa-
lem" and "Kakha."
Dr. Julius Segal, Rabbi
Segal's brother, spoke for
the Segal family at the din-
ner.
A presentation in behalf
of the youth of Adat Shalom
was presented to the rabbi
by Judith Pollack.
Deeply moving responses
by Rabbi Segal, to the trib-
utes on his 35th anniversary
as a rabbi and his 28th an-
niversary as spiritual lead-
er of Adat Shalom, at the
Sabbath service as well as
the dinner program added
moving interest to both oc-
casions.
Dinner participants includ-
ed Rabbis Rosenbloom,
Moses Lehrman and Benja-
min Gorrelick, Cantors Fen-

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