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September 01, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-01

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Absentee Ballots Mailed; Many
Voters Already Accounted For

Brunch for Kfar Chabad to Hear Schumer'sReport

Impressed by his experiences the University of Manitoba and
at the Lubavich Vocational head of the department of year, the same as the State of
peared in the last two weeks' Schools at Kfar Chabad in Is- Judaic studies at the university. Israel. Not one of the settlers
rael, on his recent visit there A musical program will be pro- has left the village in 13 years.
issues of The Jewish News.
with
Mrs. Schumer, Harry vided by Cantor Moshe Tele- There are 6,000 pupils in all the
Many hundreds already have
Chabad schools.'
submitted their ballots, accord- Schumer will give his im- shevsky of Brooklyn.
*
ing to Thomas Leadbetter, City pressions of
Kfar
Chabad
is
located
a
the Kfar Cha-
New York Youngsters
Clerk. -
short distance from Tel-Aviv,
Applications for Absentee bad activities
to
Hear Significance of
and
nearly
200
familes,
a
ma-
Voter's Ballots can be made as at a brunch to
jority of them from Russia and Holidays Over Radio
,be
held
at
late as 2 p.m. on Sept. 9 at the
Poland, live in the settlement,
office of the City Clerk, but it is 11:3 0 a. m.,
NEW YORK — Merkos
according to Schumer, who
Name Lawton Principal advised
that the ballots should Sunday, Sept
toured the village under the L'Inyonei Chinuch, the Luba-
17,
at
the
Rain-
at Shaarey Shomayim be secured in advance, to enable
guidance of Rabbi Pinchas Alt- vitcher Central Organization for
the voters to cast their votes in bow Catering,
haus, one of the Chabad leaders. Jewish Education, has an-
Irving Lawton, former super- time for the Sept. 12 election 18451 Wyom-
nounced that it has arranged
intendent of the Carmel Hebrew which occurs on the second day ing.
Schumer said:
through the Committee for Fur-
School, has been engaged to of Roth Hashanah.
"Hundreds of youths, ages 15 therance of Jewish Education
Schumer is
supervise the Shaarey Shoma-
to 20, are learning trades, to hold special radio programs
co-chairman of
yim Hebrew School, it was an-
mainly carpentry, printing and for children before Rosh Has-
the Detroit
Schumer
Traditional
Passover
relief
nounced by Rabbi Leo Y. Gold-
was provided for 115,000 needy Committee of the Kfar Chabad agriculture, in the Kfar Chabad hanah, Yom Kippur and Suk-
man, the congregation's spirit-
Jews
in 17 countries by JDC. Vocational Schools of which schools. A dormitory is badly kot, to teach them the signifi-
ual leader.
Shipments to 13 countries Morris Dchaver and Charles needed to house the students. cance of each holiday and its
The schools are non-political' and observance.
Registration is now being amounted to 158,000 pounds of Feinberg are the chairmen.
made for the new term. For in- matzoh, 36,000 pounds of
The guest. speaker at the non-partisan and students are
Reports have been received
formation, call Lawton, UN matzoh meal and more than brunch will be Rabbi Zalman admitted from all over Israel. that these radio programs
have
4-5789.
"It
was
an
inspiration
to
visit
M. Schachter, of the
5,000-bottles of wine.
already been arranged to take
Kafra
Chabad,
which
is
ob-
B •
oun. ion at
place in the New York City
serving its Bar Mitzvah this area and Boston, Mass.
Supplemental Services

Thousands of applications - al-
ready have been filed for Ab-
sentee -Voter's Ballots, and many
hundreds of these ballots already
have been received by the appli-
cants.
Large numbers of applications
were mailed on texts that ap-

,

-

.

Aaron Syna

For the High Holidays

Young Israel Center of Oak Wo

24061 COOLIDGE HIGHWAY — Oak Par



Air-Conditioned Room

Limited Number of Seats--$15 each

Call in Your Reservation — LI 6-6662

Yf

United Hebrew Schools Nursery

for 3 to 5 year olds

serving Oak Park, Huntington Woods and Southfield

Michigan's outstanding Hebrew Nursery School catering to
e
discriminating parent who desires the finest Nursery -S
ool
experience for his child. Classes meet in the most moder
• nd
completely equipped indoor and outdoor facilities. Progr
is
geared to individual child development with on introd
ion
to Jewish living through music, dance, arts and crafts,
nd
holiday celebrations.

Limited openings available. For further information call:

Lincoln 8-4747 after 1 p.m. daily

Teachers: Mrs. Sylvia Handler — Mrs. Reva Klaymer

gue

s

CONGREGATION
B'NAI MOSHE

oom
agogue will
o
spec'
dedication ex-
ercises
the Jospey Room,
re
endowed by Mr. and
. Samuel Josey and their
family.
The exercises will be held
10:15 p.m. Saturday, prior to the
Selichot services. Participating
in the exercises will be Joseph
La esident of the congrega-
ri-
Fredson,
p 'dent of sister
d; and
Meyer Millman, in'esid t of the
men's club.
Tribute will be pa
to the
ad
gen
sity of
r.
a
Jospey,
i
room, by
.
nja
H. Gorrelick.
Can r J
E. Tambor will
: sin
e Jospey Room will serve
as a room for the board of
directors, junior congregation
chapel and many other pur-
poses.
The room, which has recently
been renovated, has been •pre-
pared by a committee under the
chairmanship of ck Shenk-

0 11
on

Limited number of seats available for

HIGH • HOLY DAY SERVICE

to be held in the Beautiful Air-Conditioned
Sanctuary
10 Mile Road at Kenosha, Oak Park

RELIGIOUS SCHOO

,

Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods

24061 Coolidge H'wy
LI 6-6662
To insure your permanent satisfaction
in Synagogue affiliation
We invite your inquiry concerning:
* Membership
* High Holiday Reservations
* Nursery, Sunday and Hebrew School
for children ages 3-16.
* Youth Activity program.
* Sisterhood and Men's Club.
Join us for _Selichot — Sat. Midnight

CALL LI 6-6662

Yaakov I. Homnick, Rabbi

AHAVAS ACHIM

SUNDAY RELIGIOUS SCH

Congre
n mem rs and
friend
the Jospe family
are
ed to 'attend
e cere-
mot . Refreshments
ill be
ser ed after
pr
am.

ray

nities
G
any Seek
ooks; Bibles

ON, (JTA) — Agudath
srael world executive reported
that the Jewish communities at
Dresden, Hall, Leipzig and Er-
furt—all in Communist East Ger-
many—are continuing their reli-
gious practices.
However, the report stated,
they have requested phylacteries,
Hebrew prayer books, and Bibles.
Some Jews from the interior of
East Germany are reported to
have moved recently to East Ber-
lin. There are about 1,800 Jews
in East Berlin and East Germany.

NE MEMBERS W

11 Progra

ED

piritual and Cultural En-

• Men's Club and Sisterhood Activities
• Youth Groups (through College age) Married
Groups
• Facilities Available for Weddings—Banquets
and Meetings

For Further Information
Call or Visit

Congregation B'Nai Moshe
LI 8-9000
JO 4 6452

-

Office Hours: Daily 9-5; Sunday 9-3

Want ads bring fast results!

REGISTRATIONS FOR T
TERM WILL BE TA

TEMPLE B JACOB

AHAVAS ACHIM

79 Elizabeth Lake Ro

Residents of De

19190 S

Pontiac, Michigan

s northern subur

ELD, BLOOMFIELD
HILLS, BIRM1NGHA
HUNT NGTON WOODS, FRA
TON, who are unaff ated, ar invite , to wor- ip with us LIN, FARMING-
our beautiful,
modern Temple, an
o parti
i ,ur
Itural an social program.

September 5, 6, 7,

CLASSES FROM NURSER

SCHOOL STARTS SUNDA
AT THE VERNOR SCHOOL,

FOR INFOR

(Re-Opens S
Se
ber 17)
Classes for Boys
Girls, Pre-Kind
er arten (age 4)
through grad-
(age 16)
Registratio
available
on-Membe
rew is taught in grades 4-9 (A s 9-15)
story, L' era re
given
emphasis
Art—So
cular sub-
ject choi

, 1961
PEMBROKE

ION

CALL UN 4-6428

Religious S ool cla ses
e
Kin
garten through-
high school, Hebr
classes
f
Bar
itzva
d Confirmation.
For mem
ship
ation, please call o
ite Temple office.
FEderal 2-3212 o FEde
9806.

amp e eth, acoh

Nathan Hershfield, Rabbi

79 Elizabeth Lake Road — Pontiac, Michigan

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