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April 08, 1960 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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i •
. Synagogues Plan Services
Slate •
S
Variety of Special Holiday Events
szt,

New York, parents of Mrs.
Homnick, will be guests of
the congregation.
Rabbi Homnick will preach
I Tuesday on "Getting a Fresh

S. Sperka at the traditional gogue choir, directed by Israel
Shabbat Hagadol lecture Fuchs, will officiate.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel-Tikvah
planned for 6 p.m., Saturday.
Rabbi Chaim Keller will
Services for Passover will be
at 6:45 p.m., Monday and Tues- speak Tuesday on "Ancient
day, and at 9 a.m., Tuesday Passover in Modern Times,"
and Wednesday. Rabbi Sperka and Rabbi Yacov Lipschutz will
will speak on "What to Ask" preach Wednesday on "Pass-
over—From Slavery. to Sinai:4
and "What to Answer:" '
Evening services are at 6:45
Cong. Shomrey Emunah
The traditional Shabbat Haga- p.m., and morning services be-
dol "droshe" will be - delivered gin at 9 a.m. Cantor Eugene
by Dr. Leo Y. Goldman 'at 5 Greenfield will officiate.
Cong. Mishkan Israel
p.m., Saturday. Siyum b'Chorim
Passover services wil'. begin
services are planned for 7 a.m.,
at 6:30 p.m., each evening, and
Monday.
Holiday services begin at. at 9 a.m., Tuesday and Wednes-
6:50 p.m., Monday, at 7:30 p.m.-, day morning. Rabbi Isaac Stoll-
Tuesday, and at 9 a.m.,' Tues.- - : man will preach on "Spiritual
day and Wednesday. Meyer Freedom" and "Israel and the
Terebelo, Cantor Ben Wein- Diaspora."
Cong. Dovid Ben Nochim
stock' and • Cantor Shim -on
Holiday services begin at 7
Greenfield will officiate. On
Wednesday, Rabbi Charles Ro- p.m., Monday, and at 9 a.m.,
senzweig will preach on- "Lib- Tuesday and Wednesday. Rabbi
eration as a Dynamic Process." Chaskel Grubner will officiate.
Cong. Beth Yehudah
Beth Abraham Synagogue
A siyum for the first born
Evening services for Passover
will be held at 6:45 p.m., Mon- will be held at 7 a.m., Monday.
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, Passover services are planned
and at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday- and at 6:50 p.m., each evening of
Wednesday. Rabbi Israel I. Hal- the holiday, and at 9 a.m., Tues-
pern, assisted by Cantor Shab- day and Wednesday. Rabbi
tai Ackerman and the syna- Joshua Spiro will officiate.

Passover,' the world's first Gildin *Il officiate F
struggle • for religious liberty, vations, call the synagogue of- I Start " His sermon Wednesday
will be on "Teaching Oneself."
•ts will . be marked by synagogue fice, UN. 1077-3.
United Jewish Folk Schools
• services,. home sedorim and a
Temple Israel
Parents of school children,
1 - • variety Hof .special programs be-
This sabbath has been desig-
ginning • this Monday night, nated as Passover Family Sab- their friends and members of
April 19.
bath Eve, when services will the Labor Zionist movement
Orthodox and Conservative begin at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Leon will join at the children's seder
•_ congregations conduct services Fram will preach on "The Folk being held at 12:30 p.m., Sun-
on. Monday night, Tuesday and song and the Folklore of Pass- day, in the Hayim Greenberg
Wednesday, and there are home over." The Children's Choir of Center.
Children will conduct the en-
sedorim on Monday . and Tues- the Junior Congregation will
tire program. A special -Hagga-
day nights. In Reform congre- sing sabbath songs, while the
gations, services are. held only Temple Choir, conducted by dah, with traditional and new
sources, has been prepared. In
on Tuesday.
Karl Haas, will render Passover
memory of the 6,000,000 Jews
In• its traditional Passover music.
killed
by the Nazis, a special
;
message, the Council of Orth-
The annual congregational
odox Rabbis of Detroit (Vaad
seder will- be held Tuesday ceremony with the lighting of
Harabonim) issued a call to
night, in the Leon Fram Hall, six candles, will be observed.
Temple Beth El
'observe the laws of Passover
when Dr. Fram will conduct
Passover services will be held
by heeding the following
the ritual. Children of the re-
points:
ligious school and Hebrew at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, when
Matzos baked during the year school will participate in the Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
preaches the sermon on "A
are not for Passover use; prod- seder service.
At 10:30 a.m. services Tues- Passover for Egyptians." The
ucts for Passover must have an
original label with certification day, Dr. Fram will preach on temple choir, directed by Ja-
son H. Tickton, will render
by a bona fide rabbi; bakeries, "The Exodus Goes On."
special Passover music.
grOceries and delicatessens are
- Cong. Beth Shalom
The 40th annual congrega-
The religious school, in con-
required to sell their chometz
by 10:45 a.m., Monday; search junction with the PTO, will con- tional seder will take place
for chometz starts Sunday eve- duct a holiday workshop during at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the
Franklin. Memorial Hall. Dr.
ning; fast of the first-born is the Sunday school session this
Monday morning; no chometz Sunday. Parents of children at- Richard C. Hertz, Rabbi Wine
should be eaten after 9:30 a.m., tending the school and resi- and Rabbi David A. Baylin-
Monday; removal and burning dents of the community will be son will conduct the ritual,
and the temple choir, with
of chometz must take place by instructed in Passover ceremo-
John Redfield as cantorial so-
. 10:45 a.m., Monday; bakeries nials and the format for con-
loist, will lead in the seder
should be closed from 9:30 a.m., ducting the seder.
music.
Passover services are planned
Monday, to 8:10 p.m., Tuesday,
Men and women of .Jewish
for 6 p.m., Monday and Tues-
April 19.
Services, special events and day. and at 9 a.m., Tuesday and faith serving in the' armed
other programs for the first Wednesday. Rabbi Mordecai S. forces are invited to attend the
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days of Passover are listed, ac- Halpern will speak Tuesday on seder as guests of the congrega-
tion.
cording to synagogue or organi- "Pesach — Revolutions, Evolu-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek
tions and the Rising Expecta-
zation, as follows:
Siyum b'Chorim services for
tions
of
the
1960's."
Children
Adas Shalom Synagogue
the first-born in commemora-
The religious school is pre- of the Hebrew school will par- tion of those who were. spared
a
.
,te
--in
a
s-y
m
p
o-s-i-u
m
paring for a model seder, to ticip
during the plague against Egypt
be presented Sunday, in the so- Wednesday on "What Pesach will be held at 7:30 a.m., Mon-
Means
to
Me."
cial hall. Individual holiday
day. Passover services are
!at m pnr
.p',im omunn TV3 N'WI
Evergreen Jewish Cong.
projects are being conducted in
President el the sure. oae,Jesumk.
planned for 6 p.m., Monday.
MEtR DIZENGOFF 1ZHAK OMAN
A model seder for Sunday
various classroom workshops.
At 9 a.m. - services Tuesday,
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and school children is planned at Rabbi Morris Adler will preach
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel, to- 9:30 a.m., Sunday. Monday and on "The Burdens of Freedom."
gether with the choir directed Tuesday evening services are at At Wednesday morning serv-
The first day cover of Tel Aviv's 50th anniversary stamp,
by Shimon Gewirtz, will offici- 7 p.m., and Tuesday and ices, Rabbi Irwin Groner._ will
autographed by Izhak Olshan, president of the Supreme Court,
ate at Passover services planned Wednesday services are at speak on "The Leavened and
is being given to all contributors to the Herzliah College
for 6 p.m., Monday and Tues-- 8:45 a.m.
the Unleavened."
endowment fund, the first undertaken by the famous Israel
day, and at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday young Israel of Oak-Woods
Cong. Bnai Moshe
institution. The commemorative covers have been signed by
and Wednesday.
At 6 p.m., Saturday, Rabbi
Siyum b'Chorim services open
Yaakov I. Homnick will deliver the Passover festival at 7 a.m., many distinguished alumni from Herzliah College, who have
Beth Aaron Synagogue
become prominent in Israeli politics, art, theater and education.
Passover services will be held I his traditional pre-Passover- dis- Monday. Even
i ng ery i ces or
* * *
at .6:30 p.m., Monday, Tuesday course on legal and philosophi- the holiday begin_ at. 6:30 p.m.,
Among Herzliah's American
Harvard
University
has a his-
and Wednesday, and at 8:30 cal aspects of the holiday. Chil- Monday and Tuesday, and morn-
a.m., Tuesday and Wednesday. dren of the school and youth mg services are held . at 8:45 tory of its own which dates alumni are Dr. Moses EinhOrn,
Rabbi
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick program will present a Pass- a.m., Tuesday and ,Wednesday. back to the pioneering days of a physician; Dr. Daniel. Wald-
the United States. The begin- stein, a psychologist; Dr. Meir
will preach Tuesday on "Free- over pageant at 11 a.m., Sun a.m.,
Cantor Louis Klein will chant
on the Agenda of the day, on "Living the Freedom the liturgy. Rabbi Moses Lehr- ning of this great American H. Degani, professor of physics
World," and Dr. Simon Noveck, Way," written by Rabbi. Horn- man will preach on "Ingredi- educational center was modest; at the State University of New
but it grew to become one of York Maritime College, and Dr.
_
national director of the Bnai nick.
erns of Rejoicing" and "The the leading institutions of high, Joshua L. Goldberg, vice pres-
Passover hOliday services -
Brith Commission on Adult I
Leaven of Life." .
ident of the Hebrew Union Col-
er learning in the country.
Education, will speak Wednes-. will be ushered- In with the
Cong. Gemil-uth-Chassodim
In a sense, this is also true lege and former chaplain of the
day. Cantor •Ihil Gildin will siyiun_ for the first born at '7
Services for --the first born of another educational institu- United States Navy.
1- ami., Monday, while regular .
chant the liturgy.
On May 4, 1959, Israel issued
A Passover community seder . festival services are held at will begin at 70 a.m., Monday, tion, the Herzliah College of
with all evening ..services start- Tel-Aviv in Israel, which was a stamp commemorating the
p.m.;
Monday,
Tuesday
and
conducted
by
the
Beth
;:P7
is being

morning established in the city of Jaffa 50th anniversary of the city of
Aaron Men's Club at 7:30 p.m., '. Wednesday, and at 9 a.m.; ing - at 6:55 p.m; and
Tuesday, in the social hall. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. services commencing at 8:45 in 1906 in a small run-down Tel Aviv. Of the four buildings
building situated in one of this shown on the stamp, the lowest
Rabbi Gorrelick and Cantor and Mrs. E. F. Hammer, ' of a.m., all days. -
-Litke will ancient city's narrow alleys.
Rabbi Joel '
one in the foreground depicts
preach Tuesday on "In the
One of the 17 students en- the old Herzliah College. This
Month Aviv" and on Wednes! rolled was destined to become building has now become obso-
day on "Teach Us to Number the first Minister of Foreign lete and a new and larger
Our Days." Alex Roberg will Affairs and later a Prime Min- Herzliah is now under construc-
chant the services.. •
ister in the State of Israel, tion in Tel Aviv. One large
The religious school will con- Moshe Sharrett. Another stu- wing has been completed, and
duOt a model seder at • 10:30 dent, a year or two younger, additional units are under con-
a.m.; • Sunday; in the Davison named Itzhak Olshan, was des- struction.
The school has never had any
Jewish Center: All - classes will -tined to become Israel's Presi-
particiPate. Members : of .lie dent, of the Supreme Court.
endowment funds, and, after
Women's Auxiliary . will serve
In 1911, a new building was more than 50 years of existence,
Passover refreShments.' •
dedicated in the new city of its alumni and friends in Israel
Tel-Aviv. In a short while, the and abroad are embarking on
Cong. Mai David
A siyum for the , first born is school became the cultural cen- their first fund campaign.
Alumni and friends of Herz-
planned at 7:15 a.m., Monday, ter of the new community.
Herzliah was the first all- liah who make a modest con-
and there will be a model seder
in the -religiOui school at 10 Hebrew secondary school in the tribution to the development
a.m.,. Sunday, in the Synagogue. world. It laid the foundation of fund will receive a Tel-Aviv
PassOver services will be con- Hebrew education in what was 50th anniversary stamp first
ducted by Rabbi Hayim Donin liter to become the state of day cover autographed by a
leading figure in the world of
and Cantor Hyman J. Adler at Israel.
More than 12,000 students politics, science and literature.
6:30 p.m., Monday, and at 8:30
a.m:, Tuesday and Wednesday. have attended the Herzliah - Donations or inquiries may be
Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation Rabbi Donin will • preach on since its inception. In the early addressed to Meir H. Degani,
through Training) has received news of the visit of Princess "Being Released from Chains years, many came from Europe board member of the American
and the United States. Some re- Alumni and Friends of Herzliah
Achraf Pahlavi, twin sister of the Shah of Iran, to ORT voca- Today" and "The Wise Son."
turned to their countries of College in Tel-Aviv, Inc., Grand
Young Israel of Greenfield
tional schools in Teheran. Her Royal Highness is shown above
"The Laws of Pesach" will origin to become leaders in Central Station, P.O. Box 1586,
with high officials of the Iranian Ministries of Education and
be discussed by Rabbi Joshua their respective communities. ',New York 1'7, N. Y.
State, ORT teachers and students.

Herzliah College Launches Drive
for Expansion Among U.S• Alumni

Iranian Princess Visits ORT School

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