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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS Friday, Oc tober 2, 1959 — 26

Shofar's Call Beckons New Year 5720

Many Synagogues to Mark
Holidays in New Homes

Noveck and Harmon Moss, in
Rainbow Terrace, and five other
children's services are planned
in various rooms of the syna-
gogue, under the direction of
Bernard Panush and Dr. Marvin
A. Last.
Cong. Mishkan Israel
"The Challenge of 5720" and
"Evaluation of the Spiritual
Strength" are the sermon topics
chosen by Rabbi Isaac Stollman
for Rosh Hashanah services, to
be held at 6 p.m., each evening,
and • at 8 a.m., each morning.
Cantor Shimon Greenfield will
officiate.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel-Tikvah
Services will be held at 6 p.m.,
today and Saturday, and at 8
a.m., Saturday and Sunday, with
Cantor Ernest Greenfield offi-
ciating. Rabbi Abraham Levin
will deliver the sermon Satur-
day on "Meditations on the
High Holidays." The sermon
Sunday will be given by Rabbi
Leizer Levin, whose topic is
"Who Is a Jew?"
Temple Beth Jacob — Pontiac
At Rosh Hashanah services
beginning at 8:30 p.m., today,
Rabbi Nathan Hershfield will
preach on "I Have Forgiven."
His sermon topic Saturday
morning will be "And They
Walked Together."
Junior Congregation services,
conducted by the confirmation
class are planned for 2 p.m.,
Saturday. Music for the holi-
days will be supervised by Char-
les Wilson, organist and choir
director, with Rebecca Gould
and James Rosenthal as soloists.

The call of the shofar will preach at 10 a.m. services Sat-
herald the coming of the New urday.
As has been traditional for
Year 5720, when it echoes
through synagogues all over the many years, Temple Beth El
welcomes all Jewish servicemen
world at sunset today.
In Detroit, congregations are and women to attend the serv-
expecting to attract a record es in the main sanctuary.
Temple Israel
number of worshippers. Several
Four separate services, at
new congregations will be used
for the first time on the High which nearly 5,000 people will
be able to worship, are planned
Holy Days.
Orthodox a n d Conservative in the main sanctuary and the
Jews will continue with services Leon Fram Hall on Rosh Has-
of worship on Saturday and hanah evening. Services will be
Sunday, while in Reform tem- held at 7 and 9:15 p.m. in both
ples, services will be conducted halls.
Two services also are planned
on Saturday. Following is a
complete listing of schedules of for the main sanctuary on Sat-
services and rabbis' sermon urday, at 9 and
11:30 a.m., and
topics, wherever available:
one service is
Cong. Beth Moses
Rabbi Gerson Frankel will scheduled for
conduct services at 5:45 p.m., the Fram Hall
today and Saturday, and at at 11:30 a.m.
8 a.m., Saturday and Sunday. - Children's
His sermon topics will be Rosh Hashan-
"Memory Exercise" and "Heav- ah services
will take place
enly Symphony."
on Sunday
Cong. Bnai Moshe
The main auditorium and so- morning, both
cial hall completed only late in the sanctu-
this week, members will be wor- ary and Fram
shipping for the first time in Hall.
Dr. Leon
the new synagogue building on
Fram an d
10 Mile Rd., in Oak Park.
Services will begin at 6 p.m., Rabbi M. Robert Syme will con-
today and Saturday, and at duct the services. Music for the
7:45 a.m., Saturday and Sun- services will be provided by
day. Cantor Louis Klein will Irving Rosengard and Ramon
Gilbert, together with the Tem-
join Rabbi Moses Lehrman in
conducting the services, and ple Israel Quartet and Choir,
there will be an all-male directed by Karl W. Haas.
Beth Israel — Ann Arbor
choir. Rabbi, Lehrman will
High Holy Day services are
speak on "Safety for Our Gen-
eration" and "Make Believe planned in the Beth Israel Com-
munity Center-Bnai Brith Hillel
World."
Junior services are planned Foundation building's 'main
for teen-agers in the Adolph chapel on all days. Rabbi Julius
Deutsch Chapel at 10 a.m.; chil- Weinberg, spiritual leader, will
dren, 8 to 12 will meet in a be assisted by Mrs. Mark Ross,
classroom at 11 a.m.; and 5 to and the newly-formed Beth • Is-
8-year-olds will gather at 12 rael Adult Choir, which will
chant the evening services.
noon, in another classroom.
Beth Aaron Synagogue
Temple Beth El
Enlarged facilities in the
Rosh Hashanah services will
be held at both 7 and 9 p.m., sanctuary and social hall will
with Rabbi David A. Baylinson permit 1,400 worshippers at
preaching at the early service services, which begin at 6 p.m.,
and Dr. Richard C. Hertz con- today, and continue at 7:30 a.m.,
ducting the late service. Dr. Saturday and Sunday.
Rabbi Benjamin II. Gorrelick
Hertz also will preach at 10 a.m.
and Cantor Ihil Gildin, assisted
services Saturday.
Children's services will take by the Beth Aaron Choir, di-
place at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, in rected by Abe Silver, will con-
the sanctuary, and, at the same duct the services. Rabbi Gorre-
time, youth services will be held lick will preach on "Self Re-
in the Brown Memorial Chapel. newal for Responsible Living"
Supplementary_ services will and "The Mystic Voice of the
be held at 7 p.m., today, in the Shofar."
Services for teen-agers will
Brown Chapel, with Rabbi Sher-
win T. Wine preaching the ser- be conducted by Jerry Zelizer,
under the direction of Sidney
mon. Rabbi Baylinson

The

Town & Country Club

wishes

A Happy, Healthy

and Prosperous New Year

to Ifs Members and Friends

Downtown Synagogue

ices scheduled to begin at 5:45
p.m., today, and at 7:45 a.m.,
Saturday and Sunday. •
Rabbi Donin will speak on "A
Touch of Heaven" and "The
Centrality of Education." Junior
and youth services are sched-
uled, respectively, at 10:15 and
11:30 a.m., both days.
River Rouge Cong.
Cantor Louis Sax, who has
conducted High Holy Day serv-
ices at the
congregation
for 20 years,
again will offi-
ciate. Services
will begin at
6 p.m., today,
and will start
at 9:30 a.m.,
Saturday and
Sunday. T h e
Synagogue is
located at 41
Oak St., in River Rouge.
Temple Emanu-El
Over 1,200 people will be ac-
commodated at holiday services
today and Saturday. This eve-
ning, Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
will speak on "Headlines I
Would Like to See This Year,"
while Saturday morning he will
preach on "What's Worth Re-

membering."

A choir of 22 voices, under
the direction of Mrs. Nathaniel
Gold, will sing the holiday
music. Children of the congre-
gation will worship at a sepa-
rate service conducted by mem-
bers of the Youth Group, using
a special ritual adapted from
the traditional text, prepared
by Rabbi Rosenbaum. -

Services in the Veterans Mem-
orial Building, 151 W. Jefferson,
will be conducted by Cantor
Morris Cooper at 6 p.m., today,
and at 8 a.m..
Saturday a n d
Sunday. A pre-
vious an-
nounce ment
listing the Sat-
urday and
Sunday serv-
ices in the
evening w a s
in error. . • .
Rev. Cooper Cantor Cooper
will blow the
shofar, and English portions of
the service will be conducted
by Milton Spivak. The services,
sponsored by the Isaac Agree
Memorial Society, of which
George A. Agree is president,
are open to the public.

Cong. Shaarey Zedek

Adas Shalom Synagogue •

Parallel services in the main
sanctuary and social hall will
begin at 6 p.m., today, and at
7:30 a.m., Saturday and Sunday.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Rabbi
Yohanan Muffs will officiate and
preach the sermons, alternating
pulpits for the major services.
Rabbi Muffs is a Bible scholar
and member of the faculty of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary. Rabbi Segal will preach
on "Teshuvah — the Return to
Your Best Self."
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel and
Cantor Reubin Boyarsky will
also alternate at both major
services. Assisting will be two
choirs, one led by Shimon
Gewirtz.

Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim

Meeting in the Davison Jew-
ish Center, members will wor-
ship at 6 p.m., each evening,
and at 7:45 a.m., each morning.
Rabbi Joel J. Litke will preach
on "Man's Will and God's Will"
and "Hitting the Moon and Miss-
ing on Earth." Alex Roberg, as-
sisted by the choir will chant
the services.

ing services Saturday and Sun-

day starting at 8 a.m., under -
leadership of Rabbi Yaakov I.
Homnick.
Children's services will be
held both days, as follows: chil-
dren 9 to 13, 9:30 a.m.; 5 to 9,
11 a.m.; nursery (3 to 5), 10
a.m.

Young Israel of NW Detroit

Rabbi Morris Greenes, execu-
tive secretary of the Beth Yehu-
dah Schools, will preach the ser-
mons at High Holy Day services,
with Cantor Abraham Gluckow-
sky, assisted by Cantor William
Weinman, officiating. Services
will begin at 6 p.m., today; and
at 7:30 a.m., Saturday and Sun-
day.
Beth Abraham Synagogue
Services are planned in both
the main sanctuary and the Nus-
baum Hall at 6 p.m., each eve-
ning; and at 8 a.m., in the sanc-
tuary, and at 8:30 p.m.. in the
Nusbaum Hall on Saturday and
Sunday.

Rabbi Israel I. Halpern and
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman will
be in the sanctuary, together
with the synagogue choir,
directed by Israel Fuchs. Aux-
iliary services will be con-
ducted by Cantor Isadore
Sheen. of Cleveland, and Irv-
ing W. Schlussel.

Youth services are planned,
in various groups, for children
4 to 12. Older boys and girls
will worship in a reserved sec-
tion of the Nusbaum Hall.

Young Israel of Detroit

Services today and Saturday
will begin at 6 p.m., with Satur-
day and Sunday services held
at 8 a.m. Rabbi Samuel H. Prero
will speak both days. His ser-
mon topics are "Are You in
Orbit?" and "The Number One
Priority—Jewish Education."

Young Israel of Greenfield

Members will'worship in their
new chapel, 15140 W. 10 Mile
Rd., beginning at 6 p.m., today,
and continuing at 8 a.m., Satur-
day and Sun-
day•
Ben Wein-
stock, v i c e-
president o f
the recently-
or g anized
Young Israel
branch. will
lead the serv-
ice. and Can-
tor Shimon L.
Weinstock
Berris will of-
ficiate. The sermons will be de-
livered on both days by Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka.

Rabbi Morris Adler and Rabbi
Irwin Groner will alternate in
Evergreen Jewish Cong.
preaching at the parallel serv-
Rabbi Hyman Agress will of-
ices to be held in the sanc-
ficiate and preach the sermons
tuary and social hall. Rabbi
at services planned for 6 p.m.,
Adler will preach on -"The
today, and at 8 a.m., Saturday
Library of God." Rabbi Groner's
and Sunday. For the first time,
Cong.
Shaarey
Shomayim
topic is "The Mountain of
the congregation will hold jun-
Cantor
Louis
Ritter,
of
New
Vision."
ior services, the youth gathering
York,
will
join
Dr.
Leo
Y.
Gold-
Services will be conducted
at the next-door Cambridge Hall
at 6 p.m., today, and at 5:45 man in conducting holiday serv- at 10 a.m., Saturday and Sunday,
p.m. and 8 a.m., Saturday and ices, which are scheduled for under the leadership of Burt
Sunday by Cantors Reuven 6 p.m., today; at 7:30 a.m. and Chassin and Shy Magy, Sunday
Frankel and Mordecai S. Op- 6:30 p.m., Saturday; and at 7:30 school teachers.
a.m., Sunday. Dr. Goldman will
penheim, together with the
Cong. Ezras Achim
choir directed by Dan Froh- preach both days on "Creation"
Rev. Abraham Gardin will
and
"Judgment."
man.
conduct High Holy Day serv-
Oak-Woods Young Israel
Separate children's services
Rosh Hashanah evening serv- ices, which will begin at 5:45
are planned: 14 to 17-year-olds,
today and Saturday, and
at 9 a.m.; children 13 and 14 ices will commence at 6 p.m., p.m.,
and youngsters 11 and 12, at today and Saturday, with morn- at 8 a.m., Saturday and Sunday.
10:30 a.m.; and all others at
10:30 a.m. in specifically as-
"For Zion's sake will I not hold My peace,
signed rooms.
And for Jerusalem's sake will I not rest,
Cong. Beth Shalom
.
Until her triumph go forth as brightness,
In addition to adult services,
And her salvation as a torch that burneth."
children from the age of 9 will
—Isaiah 62:1.
attend services in the Tyler
School at 10 a.m., Saturday.
MIZRACHI-HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI
Youngsters from the age of 4
will attend services at 3:30 p.m.,
AND THE DETROIT COMMITTEE FOR
Sunday, in the main sanctuary.

Cong. Beth Joseph

Services are scheduled at 6
p.m., today, and at 8:30 a.m.,
Saturday and Sunday.
Cong. Bnai David
Rabbi Hayim Donin and Can-
tor Hyman J. Adler, accom-
panied by a 16-voice choir, will
conduct Rosh Hashanah serv-

BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

extend best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Pros-
perous New Year to all their members, friends and
leaders, here and in Israel.

May this New Year bring peace and tranquility
to the world and to the Jewish State of Israel.

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