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April 29, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-29

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36 Friday, April 29, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A LASTING IMPRESSION

City-Wide Campaign Begun for Seminary

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The Greater Detroit's
Conservative Jewish con-
gregations have announced
plans for a united campaign
effort for the Jewish

THE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONS Salute
THE FRIENDS OF THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY SHABBAT, MAY 14, 1983

HONOREES

Cantor Larry Vieder
Adat Shalom Synagogue

Arthur Boschan
Cong B'nai Moshe

Irving Laker
Shaarey Zedek

Cong.

Stanley Berger
Cong. Beth Shalom

Harry Laker
Cong. Beth Achim

CULMINATED BY THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

DINNER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1983

at CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

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Theological Seminary of
America, which is their
parent body and academic
center.
A
community-wide
dinner will be held June 15,
involving members and
supporters of these congre-
gations.
Sharon Hart and I. Mur-
ray Jacobs have been
named chairpersons of the
city-wide event, which will
be held at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Each congregation is de-
signating a guest of honor
and co-chairpersons to serve
in the campaign effort. Par-
ticipating congregations in-
clude:
ADAT
SHALOM
SYNAGOGUE: Cantor
Larry Vieder, honoree; San-
ford Eichenhorn and Dr.
Gerald Loomis, co-
chairmen.
CONG. BETH ACHIM:
Harry Laker, honoree;
Gerald Lahser and Stuart
Silverman, co-chairmen.
CONG. - BETH
SHALOM: Stanley Berger,
honoree; Martin and Sheila
Lederman, Michael and
Sharon Alterman, co-
chairpersons.

CONG. BNAI MOSHE:
Arthur Boschan, honoree;
Calvin Weiss and Ben
Weiss, co-chairmen.
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Irving Laker,
honoree; Larry Jackier and
Marvin Fleischman, co-
chairmen.
The June 15 dinner will
be the culmination of a
month-long campaign ef-

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fort, which will start with
Seminary Sabbath on May
14 to recognize each of the
congregations' honorees.
Sharon Hart currently
serves as president of
American Women for Bar-
Ilan University. She also
serves on the executive
committee of the Women's
Division of the Detroit
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Mrs. Hart is also active
for Jewish Family Service,
State of Israel Bonds and as
a member of the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee of
the Jewish Community
Council. She is a past
president of the Michigan
Region of Women's Ameri-
can ORT and former
member of the National

I. MURRAY JACOBS

Young Leadership Cabinet
of UJA.
I. Murray Jacobs is a
member of the board of
Shaarey Zedek and a past
board member of the
United Synagogue of
America and the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
He is a member of the
Seminary's National
Patron Society. He has
also served in key roles
with the National Feder-
ation of Jewish Men's
Clubs, including the na-
tional presidency.
The Jewish Theological
Seminary is now in its 97th
year. It is the training
ground for Conservative
Jewish religious leaders
and educators.

SZ Teens Share Bnai Mitzva
With Russian Counterparts

Leslie Kollin and Dana Bar Mitzva with Evgeny
Kutinsky will twin their Kremen of Moscow.
Bnot Mitzva today and An- Evgeny's parents,
drew Lee will share his Bar Mikhail and Galina, a
Mitzva Saturday with coun-
radio engineer and lab
terparts in the Soviet assistant, respectively,
Union.
have been denied per-
Leslie and Dana will mission to emigrate since
share their Bnot Mitzva 1974. Since that time
with Mira and Mina Kremen had been unem-
Simovich, twin daughters of ployed as a result of his
Sara and Ruvin Simovich. request to leave the
Mira and Mina's parents, a Soviet Union. The Kre-
pediatric nurse and mens have repeatedly
locksmith, respectively, appealed to the Soviet
have been denied permis-
authorities to allow them
sion to emigrate since 1973.
to be reunited with Kre-
Mrs. Simovich's parents men's parents and sister
and sister live in Israel and who live in Haifa, Israel.
have not been able to see
In 1979, the "Interna-
their Russian family for tional Year of the Child,"
many years. Her parents Kremen was responsible for
are in poor health and the a special publication
situation is causing the entitled "The Year of the
family much stress.
Child — Soviet Style."
The Kollin and Kutinsky
Leslie is the daughter of
families learned that the Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Kollin.
Simovich family lives in Dana is the daughter of Dr.
Vilnius, Lithuania, from and Mrs. Julian Kutinsky.
whence they came.
Andrew is the son of Mr. and
Andrew will share his Mrs. Henry Lee.

Encomia for Sonenklar

Cantor Emeritus Jacob
H. Sonenklar of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will be hon-
ored on the occasion of his
90th birthday next week at

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the National Cantors As-
sembly at Grosinger's.
Cantor Sonenklar has
been the honorary president
of the Detroit Cantors
Council for more than 50
years.
He is active in efforts on
behalf of the Zionist move-
ment, Jewish Home for
Aged and other Jewish
communal causes.

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CANTOR SONENKLAR

David Gottfried of South-
field has been named the
Otto G. Graf Scholar for
1983-1.984 at the University
of Michigan.

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