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April 17, 1959 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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In issuing its annual Passover
message to the Jewish commun-
ity of Detroit, the Vaad Hara-
bonim, Council of Orthodox
Rabbis, urged that "every Jew
meticulously observe the laws
of Passover." The statement
stressed that great care should
be exercised in purchasing all
food products.
Following are some of the
points mentioned in the appeal:
1. Matzos baked during the
year are not for Passover use.
All matzos must be specifically
designated for such use and
earry the proper label;
2. Every product must be cer-
tified by a known rabbi or rab-
binical organization. Separately
attached labels with the words
"Kosher l'Pesach" do not make
the product permissible for
Passover;
3. All bakeries, groceries and
delicatessens are asked to sell
their chometz through a rabbi
Ito lat er than 10:30 a.m.,
Wednesday. A certificate issued
by a rabbi who arranges the
sale will then be displayed in
the business place;
4. For the duration of Pass-
over, it is prohibited to buy or
sell chometz, even to a non-
Jew;
5. The search for chometz
takes place on Tuesday evening;
6. Siyum b'Chorim (the fast
of the first born) is held on
Monday;
7. No chometz may be eaten
after 9:30 a.m., Wednesday;
8. Selling of chometz must
take place before 10:30 a.m.,
Wednesday;
9. Removal and burning cho-
metz also must be done before
10:30 a.m., Wednesday.
10. Bakeries will be closed
from 9:15 a.m., Wednesday, un-
til a f ter Passover. Bakeries
which prepare to bake before
8:15 p.m., April 30, when the
holiday ends, are considered in
violation, and these products
are not to be eaten even after
Passover.
Questions on any rule for
Passover should be addressed
to one's own rabbi or to the
Vaad Harabonim, TO 5-9100.

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* * *

A late sabbath service, at
8:45 p.m., today, will inaugu-
rate a weekend program of
festivities planned by members
of the Evergreen Jewish Con-
gregation for the dedication
of its new building.
Regular sabbath services are
scheduled for 6:40 p.m., and
at the late services, there will
be a special ceremony of con-
secration for new members.
At 8:45 a.m. services Satur-
day, Rabbi Hyman Agress,
spiritual leader, will speak on
"The Great Sabbath."
A dedication dance is
planned for Saturday evening,
to which the entire community
has been invited at no charge.
The main ceremonies of ded-
ication will take place at 2
p.m., Sunday, when Lt. Gov.
John Swainson will be the
principal speaker.
The weekend of dedication
will culminate seven years of
effort by the membership,
which all this time met in base-
ments, school auditoriums and
a church social hall to con-
duct services of worship.
Today, the synagogue num-
bers over 200 member fami-

Rabbi Eisenman Here
on Visit From Israel;
Seeks Hospital Funds

an international lawyer and
Queen's counsel, in a lecture
series given at the University
of Tel-Aviv school of law and
economics, claimed that Egypt
has no sovereign rights over the
Sinai Peninsula and has no right
to interfere with innocent pass-
age in the Suez Canal.

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from

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lies, has a large Sisterhood
and Men's Club, conducts a
Sunday school and holds adult
classes. There are teen-age
groups and also a bowling
league.

Tucker Thrills
Doting Audience

Fourteen Hundred Persons
at the Adas Shalom Richard
Tucker concert last Sunday
went mildly wild in applause
for the Metropolitan Opera
star following his first half
program of operatic arias. But
they kicked over all traces
and became completely raving
in their ovations and "bravo"
and "Bis" calls when Tucker
finally came to what the audi-
ence really came to hear —
a selection of Yiddish and Heb-
rew folk songs and liturgical
selections.
Tucker brought to bear all
the grand tradition of his can-
torial background and the pow-
er and discipline of his Metro-
politan Opera singing to ele-
vate his rendition of "Elu
D'vorim" to heights that few
have been privileged to hear.
After five enthusiastically-
received encores, he was forced
to demur to bring an end to
what could have wound up as
a full night of raw clapping
hands and an unending series
of encores.
The program was sponsored
by the Adas Shalom Men's
Club. Tucker was introduced
by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, spiri-
tual leader of Adas Shalom.
— N. L.

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Two
Arab infiltrators were killed by
an Israeli Army border patrol
on the Israel side of the Gaza
Strip border. According to army
spokesmen, the men were
caught dismantling irrigation
pipes, and attempted to escape
after warning shots were fired
by the patrol.
Near the site of the incident,
members of the patrol found a
camel, apparently belonging to

the Arabs, and a British rifle.
Footprints were traced leading
from the Egyptian side of the
border to the site of the inci-
dent.
Three Lebanese fishermen
were sentenced here to two-year
prison terms for illegal fishing
within Israeli territorial waters.
The men were captured while
they were using explosives for
fishing, a practice contrary to
Israel law.

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Begin Study Classes
at Shaarey Shomayim;
Open Nursery School

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in a variety of flav-
ors from Israel's old-
est vineyards . . .
and for that special
occasion--

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Shown above is the architect's concept of the new Ever-
green Jewish Congregation when completed. This weekend,
the initial portion of the building, the social hall, will be
dedicated.

Canadian Lawyer Denies
Egyptian Rights to Sinai

CARMEL
WINES

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' • •

Two Gaza Arabs Stain on Sabotage Mission

RABBI J. EISENMAN

Inauguration of twice-daily
services was announced this
week by Cong. Shaarey Shom-
ayim, six-month-old Oak Park
synagogue; located at 14200 W.
10 Mile.
According to Dr. Leo Y.
Goldinan, spiritual leader of
the synagogue, shacharit serv-
ices are held at 7 a.m. and min-
cha and maariv services are
held each evening.
Also initiated have been
classes in the weekly portion
of the Bible, which are con-
ducted at 5:30 p.m., each Sat-
urday, • and a 10-minute class
of the laWs of Passover follow-
ing daily morning services.
Immediately after Passover,
the congregation will begin a
class in Pirke Avot, ethics of
the fathers, on Saturday after-
noons. Dr. Goldman will lead
the . discussions.
Rabbi Moses Rothenberg,
dean of the Yeshivath Chach-
mey Lublin, also teaches a
course at the synagogue on
Saturday afternoons in Tal-
mud.
In addition to these adult
courses, Shaarey Shomayim
conducts a nursey school for
youngsters 3 to 5, and a Heb-
rew school is being planned for
next September. Other youth
activities are in the formative
stages.
For information, call LI. 1-

Rabbi Joseph Eisenman, who
formerly served a number of
Detroit congregations as spiri-
tual leader for a period of 40
years and moved to Israel a
decade ago, is back in town, to
visit his family and friends
here.
During his brief stay here,
Rabbi Eisenman will solicit
funds for one of his favorite
institutions, the Bicur Cholem
Hospital in Jerusalem, which
he has been helping to support
for many years, and of which
he is one of three rabbinic
trustees.
In his plea for support, Rabbi
Eisenman stresses that the hos-
pital, one of the oldest institu-
tions of its kind in Jerusalem,
is now engaged in a building
campaign, making the need for
additional funds urgent.
Rabbi Eisenman is staying
at the home of his son, Irving,
whose address is 4005 W. Outer
Dr., UN. 4-1419.
9769 or UN. 3-6242.

add to the family's
happy holiday spirit with

LOFT'S CHOCOLATES

kosher for Passover

So in keeping with the gayety of the
occasion — Loft's candy is a warm
and welcome symbol of your affec-
tion. Prepared under the personal
supervision of Rabbi J. M. Charlop
and Rabbi S. Reichman Loft's
kosher candy makes an especially
appropriate gift for family and-friends'..

Loft's Miniature Chocolates with assorted
centers
1 lb., 1.79
2 lbs., 3.50

Children's Seder Package

1.29

Chocolate Matzos and Matzo Balls 1 lb 1.79

Pantry Shop
Hudson's Downtown—lst Floor
Northland and Eastland

IS —THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Frid ay, April 17, 1959

Vaad Harabonim Dedicate First Wing of Evergreen
Issues Statement Congregation at Weekend Program
on Holiday Rules

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