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November 13, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Number 13, 1911 29

Beth Ac him Sponsors Panel on Federation-Synagogue Link
Three local rabbis will sit

on a panel whose topic is
"Federation-Synagogue Re-
lationship" 8p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Achim. The pro-
gram is held under the au-
spices of the Beth Achim
Bar Mitzva Anniversary
Year Celebration.

The rabbis, Ernst Conrad
of Temple Kol Ami,
president of the Rabbinical
Commission of Metropoli-
tan Detroit; James I. Gor-
don of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, a member of
the board of directors of the
Jewish Welfare Federation;
and David Nelson of Cong.
Beth Shalom, past
president of the Conserva-
tive Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit, will present views
pertaining to the new

trends in synagogue-
federation relationships
now taking place on the
American Jewish scene.
The host moderator of the
panel discussion will be

Rabbi Milton Arm of Cong.
Beth Achim.
Louis Weber, chairman of
Beth Achim's Bar Mitzva
Anniversary Year Celebra-
tion, and George Rossman,

Detroiter Shares Bar Mitzva
With Soviet Jewish Youth

1/1
RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK

for his many years of service to Israel and our
Jewish community . . recipient-elect the State of
Israel's "Jerusalem, City of Peace Award" during
his 75th year at a

TRIBUTE DINNER

on behalf of State of Israel Bonds
at the Synagogue

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will be the scene of a "twin-
ned" Bar Mitzva at 9-a.m.
Shabat services Saturday
when Michael Rocklin
shares his special day with a
Soviet Jewish youth in ab-
sentia, Aleksandr
Goldberg.
The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Rocklin of Detroit,
Michael has written several
letters to the Goldbergs, but
he has not received an an-
swer. He planned to tele-
phone Aleksandr prior to
the Bar Mitzva.
Aleksandr is the son of re-
fusnik Stella Goldberg, a

Rabbi to Open
Cities Meeting

RABBI ROSENBAUM

Rabbi Milton Arm

George J. Rossman
Jerry Tepman
Herbert Furman
Allan Kraft
Donald Siegel
Arthur Sugarman
Lotty Partovlch
Fredell Whiteman
Morris Harelik
Stewart Silverman

OFFICERS

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Blake
- Dr and Mrs. Elliot Burns
Mr. Jonas Dworm
,
Mr. and Mrs Louis Ellenson
Mr and Mrs. Moms Fenkell
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Flarsher
Mr William Freedman
— Mr. Abe Friedman
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gaspas
Mr. Irving Goldfarb
Mr. Max Goidfinger
Mr. Perry Goldfinger
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goldsmith
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Guttenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herman
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laker
Mr. and Mrs Perry Levey
Mr. And Mrs. Wdkam Liberson-
-. Mrs. Looba Lupiloff
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Millman
Mr. Philip S. Minkin

Cantor Max Shimansky

.President
1st Vice President
Vice President-at-Large
Vice President-at-Large
Vice President-at-Large
Vice President-at-Large
.Recording Secretary
Corresponding Secretary
.Financial Secretary
Treasurer

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mrtz
Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk
Mrs. Sidney Noveck
Mr. and Mni. William Poplack
Mr. and Mrs. Loris G. Redstone
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rogovein
Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Rosen
Mr. and Mrs Harry Sattsrnan
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Shenkinan
Mr and Mrs_ Jack Shenkman
Mr. end Mrs. Sam Shenkrnan
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Shumaker
Mrs. Donald Siegel
Mrs. Barbara Silbert
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Silverman
Dr. and Mrs. Winiam Stolen
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Sober
Mr. and Mrs. Steven I. Victor
Mr. and Mrs. Loris Weber
Mr. Seymour Weissman .
Dr. and Mrs. Israel Wiener

For reservations call Beth Achim, 352-8670
- or Israel Bonds, 557-2900 'In formation

• INSTRUCTIONS • PATTERNS
• FINISHING WORK
• READY-MADE SWEATERS & COATS

ROCHELLE IMBER

CO.
353-1943

Presents

Aleksandr Goldberg is pictured at about age 5
with his mother, Stella Goldberg, left, and
grandmother, Maria Tsirulnikova.

AMBASSADOR
ZVI BROSH

Dinner Chairman

IMPORTED YARNS FROM FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS

Congregation Bnai David

Distinguished
Guest Speaker

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM TRIBUTE COMMITTEE*

• ANGORA • MOHAIR • WOOL
• SILK • RIBBON • COTTON • LINEN •

Selected Yarns On Sale

Thursday evening, November 19th
Cocktails at six-thirty

MAX NOSANCHUK

KNIT KNIT KNIT KNIT

GREAT FALL YARNS
call us for
the best-fitting,
best-looking
knits in town!

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

cordially invites you to join
the Jewish Community In honoring

the
congregation's There is no admission
president, invite the public. charge.

Rabbi Stanley M. Rosen-
_ baum of Cong. Bnai Moshe
will deliver the invocation
at the opening ceremonies
of the National League of
Cities convention which is
being hosted this year by
the city of Detroit.
The convention, which
begins Nov. 30, is expected
to be attended by 3,000-
6,000 mayors, city mana-
gers and city council mem-
bers. Initial plans for the
opening ceremonies include
a keynote address by Vice
President George Bush and
a tribute to the late Mayor
David Shepherd of Oak
Park, who was the local co-
chairman of the convention.

Funds for UJA

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The recent President's Mis-
sion of Keren Hayesod con-
tributed $3 million dollars
to the United Israel Appeal,
according to Dr. Avraham
Avihai, chairman of Keren
Hayesod.

concert pianist with the
Moscow Concert Organiza-
tion, and Viktor Yoran, a
prize-winning Soviet cellist
and student of Ros-
tropovitch.
Yoran left the Soviet
Union in November 1968
to participate in a cul-
tural exchange program
in Western Europe. While
there, he sought the aid of
Jewish organizations
and went to Israel. He has
been trying to get his fam-
ily out of the Soviet Union
ever since.
Meanwhile, his wife
applied to emigrate with
her son and mother-in-law
in the hope of joining her
husband in Israel. She has
repeatedly been denied
permission to emigrate. She
was removed from her posi-
tion from the concert organ-
ization and teaches piano
lessons to support her fam-
ily.

"A VARIETY
OF MUSIC"

Modern and Traditional

SUN. NOV. 29,
29 8 P M

,

Featuring



MAX SOSIN, Master of Ceremonies
SAM BARNETT and His Orchestra

Wtih Solo Vocalists:

SIDNEY RESNICK
ELSIE INSELMAN

And

CANTOR HYMAN ADLER

Tickets
$5.00 Donation

Call Cong. Bnai David
557-8210

Temple Emanu-El
1981-82 Cultural Series

presents

Barry Rosen

Former Press Attache
Iranian Embassy,
Ex-hostage

Sunday,
Nov. 15, 1981
8 p.m.

Admission: $3.00

Temple Emanu-El

14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan
Phone: 967-4020



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