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May 18, 1979 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 18, 1919

Communal Renaissance Recognized
at Vaad Harabonim Jubilee Pinner

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There is a renaissance of
communal devotion and
there is cause for elation
over the interest youth take
in Jewish affairs, it was
noted at the annual dinner

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binical ranks and the unity
needed to ascertain adher-
ence to basic Jewish tradi-
tions.
David Hermelin echoed
the appreciatiori gained in
experiencing a renaissance_
among youth in Jewish
identifications.
Participants in the pro-
Marking the 50th an- gram included Cantor
niversary of Vaad Hyman Adler, Julius
Harabonim, the dinner was Rotenberg and Irwin I.
dedicated to future labors in Cohn.
the spirit of Yovel, of the
Rabbi Cohen will speak at
jubilee of the rabbinical morning services Saturday
movement and the tradi- at Young Israel of Green-
tional Yovel.
field.
Ittamar
Rabbi
Chief Rabbi Shear
Yashuv Cohen of Haifa, Wohlgelernter, former
Israel, gave emphasis to Detroiter now residing in
the Yovel idea and a basic Jerusalem, who accom-
principle for freedom panied Rabbi Cohen to
and the attainment of the U.S. announced that a
reception for Rabbi
human values.
In another major address Cohen will be held 8:30
of the evening, Rabbi Leizer p.m. Monday in the home
Levin, president of the Vaad of Marvin Berlin, 18251
Harabonim, emphasized Onyx, Southfield.
The function will be in
the unity that was achieved
in rabbinical ranks in the behalf of the Jerusalem
past half century and issued Seminary, Machon Harry
a clarion call for the Fischel and Ariel Centers in
strengthening of the rab- Haifa and Tel Aviv.
* * *

of the Vaad Harabonim, the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
at the Jewish Center, Mon-
day.
Salek Lessman, as
toastmaster, set the tone for
the event with emphasis on
the evident renaissance
among youth.

SOL YETZ-MORRIS ment of Michigan conven-
COHEN LADIES AUX- tion will be Ms. Friedman,
ILIARY recently installed Ms. Benach, Ms. Cohen,
the. following officers: Reva Dryman, Ms.
President, Sarah Kaminsky, Ms. Kolb, Irene
Kaminsky; ' senior vice Levin, Ms. Schein and Anne
president, Anne Weinstein; Weinstein.
junior vice president,
The
Frances Cohen; recording
secretary, Ruth Benach;
treasurer, Ruth Levin, his-
torian, Mary Shulman;
ORCHESTRA
guard, Bess Schein; chap-
lain, Jean Friedman; con-
ductress, Freda Kolb; pat-
riotic instructress, Raye
Weimer. Appointed were:
corresponding secretaries,
Ms. Kolb and Shirley
Selick; dues secretary, Irene
Levin; hospitality, Ms.
Weimer; child welfare, Jean
Friedman; hospital, Diana
Joffe; Jewish Community
Featuring
Council representative,
T.V. & Recording Artist
Ms. Friedman; publicity,
VICKIE
CARROLL
Sarah Kaminsky.
"Professional Entertainment"
Delegates to the Depart-
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New Fischel Institute Home
Will Be Dedicated in Israel

JERUSALEM — Dedica-
tion of the new home of the
Harry Fischel Institute, op-
posite Mt. Herzl, will take
place June 26.



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The institute, founded in
1932 by the first chief rabbi
of Eretz Israel, Abraham
Isaac Kook, and endowed by
Jewish philanthropist
Harry Fischel, has had an
important share in the de-
velopment of Jewish law for
the state of Israel by train-
ing a large number of the
functioning judges in the
rabbinic courts.
A separate school — Mid-
rasha, Jerusalem Semi-
nary, was established to
train rabbis serving in the
Israel Defense Forces and
communities abroad as well
as rabbinic posts in cities
and agricultural settle-
ments. Under the name
Ariel a network of branch
schools was established in
Haifa, Tel Aviv and eventu-
ally in other Israeli centers.
Yitzhak Navon,
president of Israel, will
attend the dedication as
well as delegations from
the U.S., Canada and
other countries.
Rabbi Shear Yishuv Co-
hen, chief rabbi of Haifa,
president of the institute
and chancellor of the semi-
nary, was guest speaker at
Detroit Council of Orthodox
Rabbis 50th anniversary
dinner this week.

Detroiters Hold
Board Positions

Three local physicians '
were re-elected to member-
ship on the national board of
trustees of the American
Physicians Fellowship, Inc.,
for the Israel Medical Asso-
ciation.
They are: Drs. Sidney
Friedlaender,_ Eugene I.
Pious and Bernard Weston.
Dr. Lewis D. Kaufman of
,Flint also was re-elected to
the board.
Dr. Weston was reap-
pointed national chairman
of public relations.

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