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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, May 28, 1982

BAHM Event to Honor Rabbi Halpern

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
members and friends, is still
in formation.
Rabbi Halpern, a na-
tive of Montreal, received
his rabbinical education
at Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary of
Yeshiva University in
New York City and at
Mir and Radn yeshivot
in Poland, where he re-
ceived his ordination. He
holds a master's degree
in sociology from the
University of Detroit,
where he also served as
lecturer.
Prior to his appointment

Rabbi Emeritus Israel I.
Halpern will be presented
the Israel Bond "Jerusalem,
City of Peace" Award at a
tribute dinner in his honor
sponsored by Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses on
behalf of the Israel Bond
campaign.
The dinner will be held
7:30 p.m. thine 24 with a
cocktail reception begin-
ning at 6:30 at the
synagogue. Dinner co-
chairmen are Dr. Harris
Mainster and Robert Naf-
taly.
The tribute committee,
currently numbering 120

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RABBI HALPERN

as spiritual leader of Cong.
Beth Abraham in Detroit in
1949, he served pulpits in
Canada and Massachusetts,
and as a chaplain in the
Canadian Army during
World War II. He is a past
chaplain of the Department
of Michigan, Jewish War
Veterans of the United
States.
Rabbi Halpern holds
memberships in the Rab-
binical Council of America
and in its national youth
commission, and is a past-
chairman of its Michigan
region; Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Detroit;. and
past-president of the Rab-
binical Commission of Met-
ropolitan Detroit. He has
served as a member of the
counselling staff at Lawr-
ence Institute of Technology
for many years.
He has served on the
board of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah, Akiva Hebrew
Day School, Mizrachi (Reli-
gious Zionists of America),
internal and community re-
lations committees and
broadcasting commission of

the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit. Presently he serves on
the executive committee of
the Jewish Community
Council and-is chairman of
its Committee on Interna-
tional Concerns.
He has served on the
Detroit Service Group of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and the Jewish
Family and Children's
Service Committee on
' Aged; Lost Decibals of
Oakland County (an edu-
cational foundation to
help the deaf).
He presently serves on
the Clergy/Business
Dialogue Group of the
Greater Detroit Chamber of
Commerce; Sinai Hospital's
chaplaincy advisory com-
mittee; advisory board of
the West Bloomfield Board
of Education; Greater De-
troit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews; rabbinic
cabinets of the United
Jewish Appeal and Israel
Bonds.
He is a former president
of the Detroit Business and
Professional Chapter,
American JeWish Congress
and board of United Hebrew
Schools. He has recently
completed a term as chair-
man of the Inter-Faith
Clergy Group of West
Bloomfield.
For dinner reservations,
call the synagogue, 851-
6880; or Israel Bonds, 557-
2900.

George Rossman Re-Elected
President of Beth Achim

George J. Rossman will
be installed as president for
a second term at Cong. Beth
Achim at 8:45 a.m.
Shavuot-Shabat services
Saturday. Yizkor will be re-
cited at 11.
Elected with Rossman
were: Gerald Lasher, Dr. El-

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Proclamations,' Honors Mark
Bnai Moshe 70th Events

Participating in the 70th anniversary celebration
of Cong. Bnai Moshe last week, were, from left: Jack
Kutnick, ad journal chairman; State Representative
Joe Forbes; Oak Park Mayor Charlotte Rothstein
who presented a proclamation to the congregation;
synagogue President Milton Marwil; Sylvia P. Ross,
70th anniversary chairman; State Sen. Doug Ross;
and Robert Hirschbein, past president of the syna-
gogue. The anniversary also was the occasion to pre-
sent the Gunsberg family with a special testimonial
resolution recognizing "seven decades of distin-
guished service to the congregation." Mrs. Moses
Lehrman was cited "for her years of service and devo-
tion to the synagogue" and for the establishment of
the synagogue's Judaic museum.

BAHM to Install Officers

Nat Fishman will be in-
stalled as president and
Benjamin Kinzer as board
chairman in installation
ceremonies at Shavuot serv-
ices 9 a.m. Saturday at.
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.
Officers to be installed
with them are: Walter
Cykiert, Dr. Harris Mains-

Navon Weighing
Political Options

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
President Yitzhak Navon
says that he is considering a
return to political life when
his presidential term ex-
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On the other hand; he
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President because he
enjoyed the office "very
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Navon said for the time
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options open. "It will take at
least eight-nine months be-
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way or the other," he said.
The presidency of Israel is a
non-political office.

KLM to Close
Kosher Kitchen

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
KLM, the. Dutch airline,
announced that it is closing
its kosher kitchen at
Amsterdam's Schiphol Air-
port as of Oct. 1 because of a
fall-off in demand for in-
flight kosher meals and the
lack of space. KLM, which
has several flights a week to
Israel, has been supplying
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El Al, Israel's national air-
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ter, Leonard Edelman, vice
presidents; Dr. Warren Tes-
sler and Max Blum,
secretaries; and Arthur
Smith, treasurer.
Trustees to be installed
are: David Blau, Phil
Dembs, Jeffrey Garton,
Franklin L. Levy, Henry
Lonnerstater, Dr. Maurice
Opperer, Evelyn Sabes,
Florence Schon and Ber-
nard Toby.
A kidush and reception
honoring the officers and
board members will fol-
low.
Yizkor will be recited at
the Shavuot services. Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper will of-
ficiate and Cantor Israel
Fuchs will chant the
liturgy.

Dinner Journal
Dedicated to
Rabbi Sperka

RABBI SPERKA

Young Israel of Green-
field will dedicate its 22nd z
anniversary banquet jour
nal in memory of Rabbi
Joshua Sperka.
Rabbi Sperka served the
congregation for more than
20 years and was active in
the Orthodox community
for more than 50 years.
Reservations are still
being taken for the dinner
to be held 6:45 p.m. June 9
at the Sheraton Southfield
Hotel. Cocktails will be
served at 5:45.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 967-3655, 9
a.m.-1 p.m. daily.

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