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Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Fund Drive For Jewish Seminary in New York, March 1967

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Fund Drive For Jewish Seminary in New York, March 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1967
Caption
Plans For Fund Drive The Beth Israel Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. luncheon Thursday will benefit the Mathilde Schecter Residence Hall being built at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Looking at a blueprint of the residence hall and a model of the seminary constructed of canister collection boxes are (left to right) Mrs. Murray H. Miller, Rabbi Harold S. White and Mrs. Herbert Amster. The event will be at Mrs. Amster's home.

Rabbi Harold S. White explains Holy Days to Ann, Michael, and Gene Sperling, September 1966

Rabbi Harold S. White explains Holy Days to Ann, Michael, and Gene Sperling, September 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1966
Caption
Holy Days Rabbi Harold S. White of Beth Israel Congregation demonstrates the art of blowing the shofar (ram's horn) to three young members of his congregation: Ann Sperling, 5, and her brothers, Michael, 10, and Gene, 7, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sperling, 2563 Esch. Shown are the Ark and Torahs (scrolls of the law) with their crowns and breastplates which are used un the high holiday rituals.

Harold S. White Teachers Beth Israel Nursery School Children About Yom Kippur, September 1965

Harold S. White Teachers Beth Israel Nursery School Children About Yom Kippur, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1965
Caption
Learn of Holy Days Beth Israel Nursery School children watch Rabbi Harold S. White blow the shofar (ram's horn) used in High Holy Day services at the synagogue. The girls are (left to right) Anna Burton, Joanne Cohn and Dorothy Farber, and the boys (left to right) David Lawson, Mark Friedman and Teddy Spears.

Rabbi Harold S. White Blows Shofar For Glenn, Elaine, and Bruce Galler, Beth Israel Center, September 1964

Rabbi Harold S. White Blows Shofar For Glenn, Elaine, and Bruce Galler, Beth Israel Center, September 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1964
Caption
Fascinated Observers Rabbi Harold S. White, spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, blows the shofar, the ram's horn, for Glenn, Elaine and Bruce Galler (left to right), junior members of his congregation. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Galler. The ram's horn is employed during the High Holy Days to recall the redemption of Isaac from the sacrificial altar by a ram. The Torah (center), the scroll of the five books of Moses, will be cantillated during the services.

Rabbi Harold S. White Demonstrates Blowing the Shofar for James Paper, September 1962

Rabbi Harold S. White Demonstrates Blowing the Shofar for James Paper, September 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 28, 1962
Caption
Holy Days: Rabbi Harold S. White demonstrates the art of blowing the Shofar (Ram's Horn) to Master James Paper in preparation for the Jewish High Holy Days, commencing at sunset. Also in the picture are the ark in which the Scrolls of the law are kept and the crown which is placed above them.

New Beth Isreal Community House, December 1966

New Beth Isreal Community House, December 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1966
Caption
New Community House An open house from 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, will help dedicate the Beth Israel Community House (shown above) at 2010 Washtenaw. "This date is particularly appropriate since it falls during Hanukkah, the feast of lights and dedication," said Rabbi Harold S. White. The building, purchased in 1964, will provide six classrooms, a board of trustees room, a religious educator's office, an arts and crafts room, and two kitchens. Refreshments will be served at the open house.

Rabbi Harold S. White, David Carron, and Susan Carron Light Hanukkah Candles, December 1963

Rabbi Harold S. White, David Carron, and Susan Carron Light Hanukkah Candles, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
Caption
Light Menorah: Hanukkah, the Hebrew Festival of Lights, will begin at sunset next Tuesday with the lighting of the first candle of the Menorah, a special eight-branched candelabra used on the holiday. Participating int he kindling ceremony are (left and right), David Carron and Susan Carron, students in the religious school of Beth Israel Congregation, and Rabbi Harold S. White, spiritual leader of the congregation. One candle is lit on each of the eight days of the festival. The raised ninth candle in the center is used to kindle the others.