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May 26, 1978 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-26

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'24 Friday, Nay 26, 1978

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ME DETROIT JEWISH

Vorspan to Address Reform Rabbi Rosenbloom to Leave
Dinner Honoring B.L. Mass Adat Shalom Synagogue

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Albert Vorspan, vice
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, will be guest
speaker at a dinner honor-
ing philanthropist Benard
L. Maas on June 4 at Tem-
ple Beth El.
Held on behalf of the Re-
form Jewish Appeal, which
benefits the UAHC and He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, the
dinner is sponsored by the
Metropolitan Detroit Fed-
eration of Reform
Synagogues.
Maas, whose philan-
thropies include the chapel
at Temple Beth El which
bears his name, has served
on the Beth El board of trus-
tees for many years.

Coming here from New
York to make a formal
presentation to Maas is
Matthew H. Ross, chair-
man of the board of the
UAHC.

Vorspan, one of the lead-
ing spokesman for the Re-
form Jewish movement, in
addition to his duties as sec-
ond in command to Rabbi
Alexander M. Schindler,
UAHC president, is also
co-director of the union's
commission on social action.
Born in St. Paul, Minn.,
he was graduated from New
York University and pur-
sued graduate work at the
New School for Social Re-
search.

Dedication Dinner Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem

Monday, June 5th 1918 at 6:30 p.m., at the Southfield Sheraton Hotel.
Opening of New Shaare Zedek Medical Center November 5,1978

ALBERT VORSPAN

He is a regular con-
tributor to many periodi-
cals, including Time, the
Saturday Review, Christian
Century and Jewish Digest.

He also is the author of
"I'm OK, You're a Pain in
the Neck"; "My Rabbi
Doesn't Make House
Calls"; "So the Kids Are
Revolting ... ?"• "Mazel
Tov, You're Middle
Aged"; "Jewish Values
and Social Crisis" and
"Giants of Justice" and
with Rabbi Eugene J.
Lipman he wrote "Jus-
tice and Judaism" and "A
Tale of 10 Cities."

Tickets to the dinner are
available by calling Tem-
ples Beth El, Emanu-El, Is-
rael, Kol Ami and Beth
Jacob.

Beth El to Hold
Annual Meeting

The 128th annual meet-
ing of Temple Beth El will
be held 8 p.m. June 6 in
Handleman Hall of the
temple.
Annual reports will be
presented by President
Marvin Novick and Rabbi
Richard C. Hertz. Election
of officers and trustees will
be held, to be followed by
their installation conducted
by Rabbi Hertz.

• • •
Family Picnic

The annual Temple Beth
El Family Picnic, sponsored
by the temple brotherhood
will be held 11 a.m. Sunday
at Cranbrook School camp
site.

In honor of

Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk

Mr. & Mrs. Max Nosanchuk

Founders of New Shaare Zedek Medical Center.

President

Guest Speaker

Rabbi Isaac Zwebner of
Jerusalem will deliver the
guest sermon at Shebat
services 9 a.m. Saturday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Rabbi Zwebner, who is
affiliated with the
Jerusalem College of
Technology, was a member
of the South African rabbi-
nate for nearly 30 years,
mainly serving in Rhodesia.
His father was a member of
the Knesset.

Livonia Offers
Course on CPR

Rabbi Joshua Sperka

Dr. Mark Siegel

Guest Rabbi Due
at Oak-Woods

Mr. Salek Lessman

Dinner Chairman

For reservations call: 544 - 8412

Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation will begin a course on
cardio-pulmonary resusci-
tation 6 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue.
For required reserva-
tions, call Helen Bayles,
476-0032. The public is in-
vited.

In a letter to his congre-
gation last week, Rabbi
Seymour Rosenbloom of
Adat Shalom Synagogue
announced that he and his
wife would leave Detroit in
September.
Rabbi Rosenbloom will
become spiritual leader of
Cong. Adath Jeshurun in
suburban Philadelphia.
In his warm letter, Rabbi
Rosenbloom emphasized,
"Beth and I have felt a void
because- of the separation
from members of our family.
The example of intense fam-
ily relationships in Detroit
has made us very conscious
of this gap in our lives.

"The approaching
birth of our first child in-
creases our desire for
close familial contact
with our child's
grandparents, aunts and
uncles, and cousins."

RABBI ROSENBLOOM

Rabbi Rosenbloom has
been associated with Adat
Shalom for six years. He
and his wife will sponsor a
kidush following Sabbath
services Aug. 25 in honor of
the Adat Shalom congrega-
tion.

Cantors' Traditional Roles
Defined on 50th Anniversary

Detroit's 15 cantors, who
are affiliated with all
branches of Judaism, in the
Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform congregations,
are preparing for the con-
cert to mark the 50th an-
niversary of the Cantors'
Council of Detroit.
An event set for June 5 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will
mark the unity of purpose in
the cantorial sphere here,
according to the surviving
pioneer, Cantor Henry
Blank, who was among the
organizers of the Cantors'
Council.

Cantor Jacob Barkin
will be the soloist at the
June 5 concert which will
feature a choir of all the
participating members.
Cantor Blank recalled the

pioneer services here of
Cantors Mogil, Zaluf-
kowsky, Milkovsky, Blum
and others.

CANTOR BARKIN

"These men set the pace
for a great traditional
adherence and their devo-
tions are being emulated by
the cantors of our time,"
Cantor Blank said. "We
have a creditable record of
which we are justly proud."

THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)

will hold

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

MONDAY, May 29th at 12:00 NOON

at the Veterans Section of their Cemetery

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

Gratiot Avenue at 14 Mile Road

with the participation of the
Jewish War Veterans, Department of Michigan
and Women's Auxiliary.

Cantor Hyman Adler of Congregation B'nai David

Families, Relatives and Friends are invited to attend.

Meyer I. Cooper, President
Leo B. Furst, Vice-Pres.

Paul Jacobs, Vice-Pres.
Morris Dorn, Treasurer
Norman Blake, Secretary
Louis P. Topor, Trustee
Jerome G. Friedman, Trustee
Sanford L. Wolok, Trustee

Edward Miller, Cem. Chairman
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove,
Executive Director
Nathan Wolok, Assistant Dir.
Rabbi Henry L. Goldschlag,
Cem. Admin.

Harry E. Citrin, Honorary Pres.

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