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May 09, 1975 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

n Friday, May 9, 1975

Klar Named at Synagogue

Brunch to Benefit Seminary

Irwin Klar was elected
president of Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel at the con-
gregation's annual election
meeting Sunday.

Officers will be installed 9
a.m. May 17 in the syn-
agogue during Shavuot--
Shabat- morning services. A
kidush reception will follow.

Other officers are Jack
Scho'n, vice president and
board chairman; Sigmund
Lowenthal and Sheldon
Fishman, vice presidents;
Benoit Gorge, treasurer;
and Max Blum and Nelson
Deinbs, secretaries.

Orthodox Union
to Honor Rabbi

Trustees for a three-year
term are: Oscar Bank, Leon-
ard Farber, Bernhard Lich-
tenstein, Dr. Robert Schlaff
and Bernard Kaufman.

Cong. Bnai Moshe congregational leaders arrang-
ing for the May 18 brunch in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
David Hermelin to benefit the Jewish Tehological Semi-
nary of America are, from left: Sam Freedman; Ben
Kahn, Bnai Moshe president; Rabbi Moses Lehrman of
Bnai Moshe; Arthur Boschan and Theodore M. Curtis.
Boschan, a seminary overseer and charter member of its
National Patrons Society, and Rabbi Lehrman are co-
chairmen.

Elected to serve a two-
year term was Dottie
Smith, and for a one-year
term, Nat Fishman and
Eddie Mitteldorf.

NEW YORK — Rabbi Leo
Jung, senior spiritual leader
of the Jewish Center in
Manhattan, will be honored
Sunday at the 77th anniver-
sary dinner of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, with the
UOJCA leadership award.
One of the elder states-
- men of the American Jew-
ish Community, Rabbi Jung
has been the senior rabbi of
the Jewish Center for over
half a century, and has
authored numerous books -
and articles.

luEfiNar. • •

Nearly 40 years ago one of the leading voices
of world Jewry — Der Moment, published in
Warsaw—was silenced by the Holocaust.
Today there is a new Moment.
Founded by Leonard Fein and Elie Wiesel,
the first- issue will appear May 1975. The
purpose: to explore the full dimensions of the

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Jewishness in the single parent family

O

If America's umbrella fails, can Israel
weather the storm?

O

Recovering the capacity to celebrate

O

Brandeis: A Jewish university?

O Shall the last be first? The question of
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quotas

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Federations and synagogues: the growing
tension

O

Women's liberation and the Jewish
mother

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Plus regular features by Elie Wiese!. . . new
ideas and comments by the authors of The
Jewish Catalog. recollections of the
fiction
. poetry . . . and
Jewish past
more.

Moment is a magazine of graphic beauty
and distinction. A contemporary, magazine:
artistically, intellectually, culturally, and
creatively.
Moment is proudly independent —
.editorially and organizationally. Its
commitment is to unremitting excellence. It is
a magazine designed especially for American
Jews today. A magazine that is uniquely of, and
for, this moment.

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent the king of comedy,
Bob Hope, and vocalist Glo-
ria Loring, with the Don
Palmer Orchestra in a bene-
fit performance 7:30 p.m.
May 18 in, the Fisher Thea-
ter.
by columnist Shirley Eder.
The performance will
honor the congregation's
125th anniversary. .

A memorial fund has
been established at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in tribute to
Dr. Samuel Krohn, com-
munal leader and past pres-
ident of the synagogue, who
died suddenly April 17.
Harold Berry, president
of the congregation, and
Rabbi Irwin Groner, spirit-

Sephardim Set
Meeting Sunday

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If Reform is a verb, what is Conservative?

0 Jews and Blacks: what next?

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Founded in 1850, the con-
gregation held services in a
home on Congress and St.
Antoine Sts. It moved to its
Woodward and Gladstone
location in 1922 and in 1974
the congregation moved to
its present home at 7400
Telegraph, Birmingham.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz is
spiritual leader.

SZ Establishes Krohn Fund

Jewish experience. To ihfoi'm. To provoke. To
inspire. To chart a new path.
Moment Magazine will present a
distinguished list of the world's foremost
writers: Robert Alter . Irving Howe . . . Gary
Wills . . . Amos Elon ... Leon lick ... Kenneth
Arrow. . . Calvin Trillin . .Arthur Hertzberg .. .
Cynthia,,Ozick . . . Shlomo Avineri ... Drew
Middleton .. .
The topics to appear in the early issues
best describe the scope and intent of Moment:

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Comedian Bob. Hope Due
for Temple Beth El Benefit

A personally autographed copy of Elie Wiesel's
"Ani Ma'Amin —A Song Lost and Found Again"-
will be given with every 2-year subscription.

MOMENT MAGAZINE 150 Fifth Ave., Dept SRM New York, N.Y. 10011

Please enter my subscription to Moment Magazine as checked
below. After I have seen the first issue, if I am dissatisfied for any
reason, I may obtain a refund in full on my subscription.
❑ Send 5 issues for $10.00
❑ Send 1 year (10 issues) for $18.00
CI Send 2 years (20 issues) for $36.00
(Along with an autographed copy of "Ani Ma'Amin")

ual leader, announced the
fund, to be administered by
the United Jewish Chari-
ties, 163 Madison, Detroit
48226, will support and en-
rich, the program of Judaic
studies at the University of
Michigan, a project in which
Dr. Krohn took a deep inter-
est.

BINGO

ADAT SHALOM1YNAGOGUE

29901 Middisiolt Rd., Farm. Hills
The Sephardic Commu-
nity of Greater Detroit will
Sun. May 25—Mon. May 26
have a meeting 8 p.m. Sun-
7:30
day in the Zionist Cultural
Center.
Genie Josephson Warren,
performer and instructor,
BINGO
will give a belly dance per-
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
formance. There also will be
21100 W. 12 MILE
group Israeli and Greek
SOUTHFIELD_
dancing as part of a pre-
WED., 7:30 P.M.
Cabaret special.
The auxiliary will serve
refreshments. The auxiliary
includes Mesdames Albert
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Katan, Mario Sevy, Marcel
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL
Behar, Salvatore Katan, Si-
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BETWEEN MIDDLEBELT & INKSTER
mon Rozencweig, Jacob
MONDAYS 7:30 P.M.
Chicorel, Benjamin Matta-
thia, Joseph David and Gil-
bert Senor.
The public is invited at no [
charge. For information,
call Susan Betsalel,
BIN GO
399-7326. Dr. Sion Soley-
CONS. SET H SHALOM
14801 WEST LINCOLN
mani is president.
OAR PARE

EVERT TUES. 7:30 P.M.

To be unsynagogued
means to be disconnected
from the spiritual currents
that conduct energy and
pwer into the life of the
Jewish people.

BINGO
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EVERY THURS. 7:45
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SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

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ON 9 MILE AT MIDDLEBELT
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9th Annual Nite of Bingo'
Tues., May 13th, 7:30 P.M.

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Fu n—Prizes—Refreshments
Door Prize—Color TV

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