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September 02, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 2, 1960 —

Northwest Young Israel Expands Origin of Custom
Shows Confidence in Neighborhood for the Sermons

Rabbi Samuel H. Prero, of
Young Israel of Northwest De-
troit, this week announced
plans for the synagogue's ex-
pansion and stated that the
congregation's board of direc-
tors has confidence in the
neighborhood's continued
growth. '
Declaring that "we feel very
keenly that no individu
group of individuals h
mon-
stating,
opoly on an area,"
in reference to th
eighborhoo
cusion regardin
changes, that 8nsible planning
and conti
d education can
hysteria," Rabbi
avert m
Prero a ounced:
April, 1960, 2
"Sin
famili have join- t
Israe of North
I a of
Wyo ng. Avenue
direc rs of Young
ael hav

.

confidence in the continued
growth of Young Israel in the
northwest section; therefore,
they have resolved to build an
addition to their present struc-
ture to include six classrooms,
game rooms and an enlarged
synagogue capable of accommo-
dating 600 people. This, to our
way of thinking, should do more
n most anything else to indi-
cat ur confidence in the con-
tinue • expansion, Je w ishly
speakin of our neighborhood."

anad Broadens Term
efu • e' for Migration

.

'

FOR

OUT NDING INS

TION

IN

and HEBREW
BAR M
Call I. LAWTON
UN 4-5789

MON EAL, (JTA)—Canad-
ian i igration officers over-
seas ve been ordered to inter-
pr liberally the definition of
term "refugee" in such a
ay that more Jewish immi-
grants may now be admitted to
Canada.
Under the new instructions,
refugee status will be accorded
to any person "unable or unwil-
ling to travel on a national pass-
port, regardless of how he
entered the country in which
he no es."

A Y SHOMA

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ces Registration for its

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accepted dail
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hoo information

ror, Pres.; r. A. Zeff, Me
Dr. Leo Y. Gold

ing,

ERVICES
D TEACHERS

at the office.
LI 1-9769 - LI 2-4444

Terebelo, Vice Pres.
Rabbi .

ership Mee

of the

VATH BETH YEHUDAH

will take place

8th

members
ntributors
parents,
munity
of the general c
ed.
are i

CONGREGATION
B'NAI DAVID

24350 Southfield Rd. at 91/2

Announces

1960 - Hig

will b

oly Day Services - 21

r members, members'
members' parents a i

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hanting the

(Copyright, 1960, JTA, Inc.)

The Talmudic Sages traced
the origin of the custom of the
rabbi's sermon, usually d
ered on the Sabbath, to
•ar-
of Moses (Yalkut S
om enting
shas Va-Yakhel)
a 1 statement
upon the B i b
that Moses "as-
(Exodus 35:
people of Israel
sembled" t
the Rabbi • omment that it w
Moses' • ctice to make .large
gatheri s on the Sabbath as •
to add ss them concernin
the Sabbath, td
laws
se
them i assemble in the
of W ship and study on the
Sabb. , to learn and listen to
the di ussions of our tradition-
al law and practices. Historic-
ally, it 'claimed
that th
. .
mated
mon wa•
of Torah on
with the rea • I.
the Sabbath. When the language
of the street differed from that
of the original Biblical Hebrew,
a translation and interpretation
of the Bible reading was offered
along with the reading itself.
This eventually led to the prac-
tice of delivering a sermon on
the Sabbath sometime after the
scripture reading.
The sermon was originally as-
sociated with the reading of the
scriptures. Thus the time was,
either after the scripture read-
ing on Sabbath morning or be-
fore the scripture reading on
Sabbath afternoon. At certain
times the afternoon sermon was
most popular among the laity
who w o u l d assemble in the
House of Worship or study,
coming there from surrounding
areas. It is also known that Fri-
day night was an occasion for
this too—mostly in a sense of
actual learning and study. Gen-
erally speaking, it should be
pointed out that while moral
improvement was one of the
desired achievements of the ser-
mon, nevertheless, this was only
a by-product of the process of
study. The practice of preaching
as we know it today, completely
geared to moral improvem
and rarely intended for s
y
was not originally a R
inic
innovation.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Shalom, religious s c h al a r a,
cornerstone for a new building theologians and heads of the
community.
at the Rabbi
The new million-pound ($550,-
Yeshiva
s laid here. The 0
project which adjoins the
t h the Rab
Kook Institute will con-
anniversary o
mitories for 400 students
tarn
and
of the first Ashkenazi Chief
library which will be
Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha - icompl ed within 18 months.
cohen Kook.
speaker Kaddish Luz,
Kness
The cerem ny as atte ed Inter' ✓ Minister Moshe Haim
e
met Sha o and Sephardi Chief
by P • 'd
i Nissim were among those
issim, R
ief Ra
addressed the gathering.
r M•echai Ish
rus

Choir

orgy

A limited number of new memberships are avail-

able — Your inquiry is solicited — Call ELgin 6-8210

or KEnwood 8-1700 for further information.

AS ACHIM

DAY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

REGISTRATIONS FOR THE 1960-61
TERM WILL BE TAKEN AT

Ahavas Achim Synagogue

19190 Schaefer

SEPTEMBER 6, 7, 8, FROM 7:30-9:00 P.M.

Classes from Nursery (4 yrs.) to 10th Grades

SCHOOL STARTS

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1960

BRUSSELS, (J )—A bronze
marker was unve d in memory
of Albert Van en Berg, a
Liege attorney d hero of the
anti-Nazi resist ce movement
who saved ma Jews in the
Liege region.
He was deporte y the Ges-
tapo to an interme
Germany where he died as a
result of his mistreatment. The
memorial, bearing inscriptions
in Hebrew and French, was
placed at the entrance to an
Infants Home where 54 Jewish
children found refuge through
the attorney's efforts.

.

AT THE VERNOR SCHOOL

Tracey and Pembroke

2nd SESSION 11 A.M.-1 P.M.

1st SESSION 9-11 A.M.

FOR INFORMATION CALL UN 4-6428

BETH ABRAHAM
RELIGIO

for all ages

Nursery, Kindergarten and All Gra

Bronze Marker nveiled
for Belgian ti-Nazi

uilding,

en Mile Road

I Enroll Your Child Today !

ON

CO

Moscow to Help Nasser
Build Shipyard in Egypt

LONDON, (JTA)—Tass, the
official Soviet news agency, an-
nounced that the Soviet Union
will help the Unite 1 Arab R
public build a shipyard in Al
andria. The announcement sa a
contract was signed by a vi ng
os-
UAR economic delegation i
cow with a Soviet concern ased
and
on a Soviet-UAR econo
technical aid agreement igned
in 1958.

Dr. Rupin Named I ad's
Ambassador to Mala sy

0

Cantor

BY RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

Kook Yeshivah in Israel Will Cost $550,000

The
JERUSALEM, (JTA)
an-
Israel Foreign Mini
nounced officially the a oint-
as
ment of Dr. Eytan Rup
Israel's first Ambassador to
Republic of Malagas3, the form-
er French colony of Madagascar.
Dr. Rupin is en route to that
country, accompanied by Dr.
Joseph Burg, Minister of Wel-
fare, to represent Israel at the
new African nation's indepen-
dence celebrations.

SUNDAY SCHOOL

10

rk

Mile and Kenosha

All classes meet i
er
ing. Pre-
(Age 16)

Curricu
Hebre

ild-
school
ough G e 10

Bible, Histor
1 clud
amatics, Arts and C

Classes Begi

eremonies,

ptember 18

er your child today--,Final
We suggest you r
of September 4th. Calla Syna-
Registration
for registration and membership in-
o•ue •
a ion: LI 8-9000 or JO 4-6452.

High Holy Day Services will be held in our beautiful new
air conditioned Sanctuary. A limited number of tickets
for non-members available after September 1st.

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