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May 15, 1981 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Loss Marks 10th Year Temple Beth El to Present
at Pulpit of Temple Israel
27th Annual Music Festival

Temple Israel will honor
Rabbi Harold S. Loss on his
10th anniversary with the
congregation at Sabbath
Eve services at 8:30 p.m.
May 22.
Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme, son
of Rabbi and Mrs. M. Robert
Syme, currently director of
education for the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations in New York.
Rabbi Syme, in coming
here to honor his former
classmate at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, will
speak on "What Makes a
Rabbi Special?"
Chairman of the an-
niversary celebration is
Bernard E. Linden,
president of Temple Is-
rael 10 years ago when
Rabbi Loss was engaged
directly out of rabbinical
school.
During the 10 years he
has been in Detroit, Rabbi
Loss has become a lecturer
in Judaic studies at Oak-
land University, a member
of the Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of Bnai
Brith's Anti-Defamation
League, the Rabbinical
Commission of Detroit and
is a faculty member of the
College of Jewish Studies.
He has spoken at num-
bers of community meetings
and programs, and was host
for several years of the reli-
gious radio talk show, "Re-
flection in Sound."
As religious adviser to the
Temple Israel Youth Group,
among the largest in the

RABBI HAROLD LOSS

country, he has been re-
sponsible for its growth and
development. The two
city-wide winners of this
year's League of Jewish
Women's Organization
youth awards were students
at the Temple Israel High
School.
This summer, Rabbi
Loss will take his seventh
Israel Summer Pilgrim-
age to Israel together
with 35 young men and
women of high school
age.
Born in New York and
raised in Florida, Rabbi
Loss is a cum laude
graduate of the University
of Florida, and spent his
junior year studying at the
Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
He also holds bachelor's
and a master's degrees in
Hebrew letters from He-
brew Union College.
The service is open to the
community.

Shaarey Zedek Affiliates Join
for Presentation of `Havdala

Cong. Shaarey Zedek has
marshaled all of its re-
sources, plus professional
musical talent in the com-
munity, to stage the local
premiere concert of "Hav-
dala" at 8 p.m. May 31 at the
synagogue.
"Havdala," a new com-
position by Morton Gold,
the American Jewish com-
poser, will be presented by
the Shaarey Zedek Cultural
Commission as the second
annual Peter and Clara
Weisberg Concert. The con-
cert will commemorate the
120th anniversary of the
congregation and Weis-
berg's 90th birthday.
Dr. Gold, who has com-
posed many works for
chorus and orchestra -as
commissions for leading
American synagogues, will
conduct the Shaarey Zedek
performance.
A special chorus, con-

DR. MORTON GOLD

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent its 27th annual music
festival 8:30 p.m. May 22 in
the temple, sponsored by
the Sandra T. Bloom Meino-
rial Music Fund.
The program will feature
the Michigan premiere of
"Proverb Canticles" by Is-
sachar Miron, sung by the
Fraser High School A Cap-
pella Choir, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Melvin Wasser-
man, conductor.
Three Temple Beth El
choirs will be featured in
the program. They will ap-
pear under the direction of
Mrs. Jason H. Tickton, con-
ductor.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
will be the narrator and
Prof. Tickton, music di-

MONTREAL (JTA) —
The Jewish community is
disturbed by Premier Rene
Levesque's remark at a re-
cent press conference imply-
ing that Jews and those of
Anglo-Saxon background
are not true Quebecers.
Explaining that he has not
appointed a Cabinet minis-
ter of Anglophone
(English-speaking culture)
background because he did
not want to indulge in to-
kenism; Levesque added:
"The community, of
Anglophone background, as
well as the bulk of the
Jewish community, Darcy
McGree Riding being the
perfect example, made no
move in our direction at
all"
Darcy McGee Riding is
part of the Cote St. Luc dis-
trict which is 95 percent
Jewish.

LONDON — The Prague,
Czechoslovakia Jewish
community has opened an
office in the Jewish town
hall to deal with social sec-
urity questions, according
to the International Council
of Jews from Czechos-
lovakia.

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sisting of members of the
synagogue's professional
choir and volunteers
from within the congre-
gation and the commu-
nity, has been formed for
the event. They will be
joined by an orchestra
comprised of well-known
Detroit Symphony musi-
cians, members of the
Shaarey Zedek Youth
Choir, and a group of
young dancers directed
by Harriet Berg. Cantor
Chaim Najman will be
soloist; Rabbi Irwin
Groner the narrator. -
Linda Zalla designed the
special logo for "Havdala."
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome
Kaufman are co-chairmen
of the concert. Admission to
the pageant is free. A
limited number of tickets
will be available to the pub-
lic upon written request to
Shaarey Zedek, 27375 Bell
Rd., Southfield, 48034.

rector, will be the or-
ganist.
Secular and sacred pieces
also will be featured at the
concert.
The public is invited free
of charge.

Friday, May 15, 1981

. Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally boasted, and
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But in how many parts of the world can a Jewish parent proudly
proclaim: "Meet my son, THE KNIGHT!"
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In
recent years Scotland produced three Jewish Knights,
two Jewish Members of Parliament, a Lord Provost
(mayor), and the only Jewish pipe-band in the entire
world!
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