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September 08, 1961 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-08

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Rabbis Announce Sermon Topics
for Services on Rosh Hashanah

The spiritual leaders of the
following synagogues and tem-
ples have announced sermon
topics for the High Holy Day
services for Rosh Hashanah on
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
(Check with your congregation
for its time schedule and ar-
rangements for auxiliary, youth
and nursery service
ments.)
CONG. BN
• VI
bbi
Donin wi
ciate
deliver
sermon
"In A. World of
Jews"
"Planning for the Fu-
tare
antor Adler w ch
th
vices.
LE EM
-EL:
n R
ill s
on
at S
eform Jew
w?"
of Remem-
ce."
LE
EL, Wi

CS of

CO GREGATION
BETH YEHUDAH

17556 Wyoming

extend best wishes for
a very Happy New Year
to all its members and
worshippers.

* * *
RABBI JOSHUA SPIRO

will officiate at High Holy
Day services and will chant
the prayers with a trained choir.

*

* *

Rosh Hashanah Services
Monday and Tuesday
Sept. 10-11
8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Yom Kippur Services
Tuesday, Sept. 19
Kol Nidre 6 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 20
8 a.m., Yizkor 1 1 :30 a.m.

*

* *

Reservations in our hall are
available for weddings, Bar
Mitzvahs, parties and organi-
zational meetings.

MEYER LEVIN, President

Rabbi Wine will speak on "The
Birthday of the World" and "Re-
member the Day of Judgment."
CONG. BETH MOSES: Rabbi
Elsant will speak on "Are We
Ready to Sacrifice Comfort, Posi-
tion, and Even Safety?" and
"Our Raison d'Etre."
BNAI MOSHE: Rabbi
ill speak on "Where
We L for Help" and "The
Parent and is Dilemma."
BETH AA N SYNAGOGUE:
abbi. Gor 'ck will speak on
ersonal mmitment for Life"
d "The eat Need for Seren-

ALOM SYNAGOGUE:
egal will speak on "If
ust Play God."
NG. BNAI ISRAEL, Pontiac:
Rabbi Goodman will speak on
"The Feeling of Belonging" and
"One Step Beyond."
CONG. DOVID BEN NUCHIM:
Rabbi Grubner will speak on
"Laws of Life': and -"Finding
Happiness in Tradition."
CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSO-
DIM: Rabbi Litke will deliver
sermons on "For What Shall Man
Live?" and "The Books of the
Living."
CONG. SHAAREY SHOMAYIM:
Rabbi Goldman will speak on
"Remembrance—A National and
Religious Obligation" and "The
Past and the Future." -
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN-
FIELD: Rabbi Sperka will preach
on "Life's Real Values," "Four
Definitions of Man" and "Regen-
eration." •
CONG. TEFILO EMANUEL
TIKVAH: Rabbi Levin will
speak on "Man's Need to As-
cend Himself to the Divine"
and "The Challenge of the Sho-
far."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTH-
WEST DETROIT: Rabbi Prero
will deliver sermons on "The
Formula for Peace," "Return
to What?" "Prelude to Atone-
ment" and "Why Is It St Hard
to Remember?" on the High
Holy Days.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS: Rabbi Homnick will
preach on "New Years Greet-
ings" and "Bread and :Peace."
CONG. SHAAREY Z E D E K:
Rabbi Adler will speak on
"What Room for Hope?" and
Rabbi Groner will speak on
"Our Times Are in Thy Hands."
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL:
Rabbi Stollman will speak on
"Renaissance of Israel" and
"Sacrifices of Civilization."

-

Under the countenance of G
a the sta men
and pioneers of Israel be
e co age
and resolve, the strengt
•ody and spi , to ad
their nation in its
for peace and fulfill nt
of its rightful her
e. May Jewry in this co
?t-
pity and aroun
e world e y the fruits
its
labors. It is
pecial hear , .lt wis
hat ong.
Mogen Abra
d 'ts af
a
Bnai
David, alo
wit
1
• arry on
their spir al, e .,catio
cul
programs
with SUC s in rovid
our
e sustenance
in this t
of eat need.

AN
resident, Cong. Mogen Abraham

EIGHT-MILE SYNAGOGUE

INVITES YOU TO WORSHIP ON THE

FORTHCOMING
IN THE

DETROIT

a
m

RMORY HALL

15000 Eight Mile

Mr. JA
wil
th

New York Rabbis Seek Establishment of Idlewild Synagogue

The New York Board of Rab-
bis is negotiating with the New
York Port Authority to bring
about the construction of an
International Synagogue at New
York International Airport
(Idlewild).
The International Synagogue
would be the first to be built at
any major airport in the world.
It would serve the needs of all
Jews: Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform.
Over ten million travelers and
visitors use Idlewild annually.

In addition, 20,000 persons are
employed at the airport.
The synagogue would be lo-
cated directly across from the
International Arrival Building.
It is near to all the leading air-
line terminals.
Even while negotiations are
proceeding, the New York
Board of Rabbis is often called
upon to assist in providing re-
ligious services. One such re-
quest came recently when Rabbi

C AGREE

Registrations Being
Taken by Religious
Schools for -New
m

Oak Park's Hebrew
demy
and the Bnai grael To
Cent-
er have announced
rrange-
ments for the comi
school
semester.
Registration will be
cepted
for the Beth Abraham r ' us
school and youth program
a.m. to noon Sunday at the
synagogue, announces Frank
Leiderman, director. Classes
will also begin that day and
parents will be able to discuss
the curriculum with the staff
and director.
Deanna Sperka has been ap-
pointed youth supervisor for
teen activities. Boys and girls,
15-17, will study modern He-
brew on Sunday mornings and
will have social functions twice
per month. Arts and crafts and
trips to places of interest will
be offered to youngsters 7-10.
For information, write or call
Leiderman on Sunday morn-
ings at UN 1-6697.
Classes began yesterday at
Oak Park's Hebrew Academy,
13855 W. Nine Mile, with an
increase of 35 per cent in en-
rollment, according to Rabbi
Israel Flam, director. Space
problems are being met by use
of additional facilities offered
by Cong. Mishkan Israel. Com-
pletion of a six-classroom build-
ing is scheduled for Nov. 1 by
the Bnai Israel Torah Center,
which co-sponsors afternoon
Hebrew classes of the Academy.
The Academy, the only Hebrew
day school in Oak Park, offers
a complete English, curriculum
addition to the traditional He-
brew program. Classes are or-
ganized for nursery through the
fifth grade. Drama and music
courses will also be featured.
The Bnai Israel Torah Cen-
ter is also accepting registrat-
ions for afternoon classes in
affiliation with the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah. For -informat-
ion, call LI 8-8020, or LI 8-3554.
Transportation to and from
school is provided.

Sephardic Community
Holy Day Services

hs $5.00

aturday) 7 to 9 p.m.;
. and 5 to 9 p.m.

1

. 8 MILE AT FREELAND

DI 1-6224 — BR 3-1522 — UN 4-5687

SOL NUSBAUM, CHAIRMAN TICKET COMMITTEE

ices

In the Polar ar Room
the Lar
allroom

ree Admission to Services.
Ample prayer books and prayer shawls will be provided.

THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(CHESED SHEL EMES)

invites

DETROIT JEWRY to participate in a

"MEMORIAL SERVICE"

for the six million Jews who perished in Europe at

the hands of the Nazis . . . which will be held on

• SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17t

at 1:00 P.M.

— at the

EBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery)

14 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue

ABBI ISAAC
OLLMAN,
resident of Coun
of Orth
GELERNTER; of Con
oga
ACKERMAN,
Beth

n lsra

0.P.,
OHL
SHAD
icipate.

.

will

ALSO

Ion with This Memorial Service

the Unveiling of 52 Monuments

will take place. The Hebrew Benevolent 'Society has
placed these monuments on the graves of "lonely
souls" who found their final resting place on the He-
brew Memorial Park.

OF OUR HOLY MARTYRS AND PAY TRIBUTE TO THE

MEMORY OF PEOPLE WHO LEFT NO ONE BEHIND.

Samuel S. Portner, Cem. Comm. Chairman

Nathan P. Rossen, Pres.

Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Exec. Director

Jewish School Envoys
to Attend Exposition

Jewish parochial school rep-
resentatives have been invited
to visit an exposition containing
over 200 displays to be held in
conjunction with the Michigan
School Boards and Administra-
tors annual convention Sept.
14-16 . at Cobo Hall.

.00

ca

YOU ARE ASKED TO COME AND HONOR THE MEMORY

The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will conduct
their Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur services at the Oak Park
High School.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Louis Papo, LI 7-2379.

4

BI G ON FRANKE
OFFICIATE
REV. DAVID
ILL ASSIST HIM

Arrangements Committee

Nathan Samet, Chairman

Wishes
Entire

'

Morris Dorn

Hyman Lipsitz

Edward Miller

Isidore Sosnick

Leonard Smith

CONGREGATION

Halpern)
e sermons.

S

AGOGUE

442 Griswold

will again conduct High Holiday se
in the Veteran's Memorial Buildi

N

On

Bernard Segal, executive direc-
tor of the United Synagogue of
America, called Rabbi Harold
H. Gordon and asked to arrange
a "minyan" for Leon Rosenz-
weig, president of a synagogue
in New Orleans.
Rabbi Gordon contacted Jew-
ish employees in the U. S. Cus-
toms .Department at Idlewild,
and a "minyan" was arranged
before Rosenzweig's plane left
for Paris.

JOSEPH

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