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May 05, 1978 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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Acclaim for Dr. Richard Rabbi Hertz's honor on the
Cornell Hertz, at the tes- occasion of the 25th an-
timonial dinner in his honor niversary of his ministry
at Temple Beth El, Wed- here.
nesday evening, included
Messages from many dis-
expressions of appreciation tinguished local, state and
for his many services to national leaders accom-
Jewish and civic causes panied the encomia for him
from representative leaders from the officials of Beth El
of all elements in the com- and visiting speakers.
munity.
Giving special distinc-
The dinner was given in tion to the gathering were

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the addresses by Rabbi
Irwin Groner, the Con-
servative leader of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, and the
honoree's brother, Judge
Frederick J. Hertz of the
Bankruptcy District
Court of Chicago.

Marvin Novick, president
of the temple, in opening
greetings to Dr. Hertz, an-
nounced that the congrega-
tion's gift to Dr. Hertz on the
occasion of his anniversary
was a trip to Israel for him
and Mrs. Hertz.
Presentations and ex-
pressions of appreciation for
his services also were pre-
sented to Rabbi Hertz by:
Lota Loraine Gard, Sister-
hood; Harold Josephson;
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Good-
friend, Married Group;
Nancy Klein, Young
People's Society; Alice Got-
tesman, Braille Group.
There were expressions of
appreciation for Flora Jane
Winton, full-time volun-
teer, for arranging the im-
pressive evening's program.
Deeply moved by the
encomia, Rabbi Hertz re-
sponded with a review of the
progress attained by his
congregation during his 25
years of services. He con-
cluded with the recitation of
the Shehekheyanu and the
same blessing he recited
during his inauguration 25
years ago.
In his address greeting
Dr. Hertz, Rabbi Groner
said:
"A grateful community
salutes Rabbi Richard
Hertz on the occasion of his
Silver Jubilee at Temple
Beth El. An eloquent and
distinguished spokesman
for Judaism, Dr. Hertz has
guided his congregation to
ever higher spiritual goals."
"With compassion, faith
and dedication he has
served the cause of social
justice; enriched the process
of interfaith dialogue; pre-
sented the Jewish message
to the non-Jewish commu-
nity; fought for the right of
Soviet Jewry; and mobilized
support for the state of Is-
rael.
Expressing "the love and
affection" the congregation
has for its spiritual leader,
Robert N. Canvasser, who
was toastmaster, praised
Dr. Hertz for his courage in
devoting himself to many
vital causes affecting
American and world Jewry.
Unusual interest in an
occasion like the honor ac-
corded to Rabbi Hertz was
shown by the participation
in the program of Irving I.
Katz, the temple's executive
secretary. Katz described
the progress that was at-
tained by Beth El during
the years of Rabbi Hertz's
ministry. He pointed out
inter alias
"Foremost in Rabbi
Hertz's career as senior
rabbi of Beth El was the
building, under his leader-
ship, of the present magnifi-
cent edifice of Beth El, a
landmark in suburban De-
troit. We did very well on
this colossal undertaking.
As of now, our mortgage has
been reduced to a million-
and-a-quarter dollars, quite
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"Songs of Broadway," was
presented by Ken Kanter,
accompanied by Hal Gor-
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