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Arrangements Made for Selichot,
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Detroit area congregations
have announced arrangements
for observance of Selichot
(most services scheduled for
midnight Saturday) and the
High Holy Days of Rosh Hash-
hanah and Yom Kippur. Wor-
shipers should contact their re-
spective synagogues and temples
for exact times of services, as
individual schedules may vary.

BNAI MOSHE: Cantor Louis
Klein and the Men's Choir will
chant at Selichot services. At
Rosh Hashanah services, Rabbi
Lehrman will speak on "Our
Destiny, Which Way?" Thurs-
day, and "What Shall We
Seek," Friday. Separate junior
congregation services will be
held in the chapel, board room
and classrooms for the several
age levels under the supervision
of trained counselors.

CONG. BETH MOSES:
Rabbi Schnipper's Selichot
sermon will be "Journey into
Life." Rosh Hashanah ser-
mons will be "The Shofar and
Creation," T h u r s d a y, and
"Rock and Roll Pattern of
Life," Friday.

CONG. BNAI DAVID: Rabbi
Donin will speak and Cantor
Adler, accompanied by the
choir, will chant the • Selichot
liturgy. Advance reservations
for attendance at this service
is not necessary. At Rosh Has-
hanah services, Rabbi Donin
will speak on "Lessons From
the Shofar," Thursday, and
"Ideals in Action," Friday.
Cantor Adler, accompanied by
a 20-voice choir, will chant the
Musaph services and Mordechai
Adler will lead in the Schach-
ris services. Children's services
will be conducted in the chapel.
TEMPLE BETH EL: Rabbi
Hahn and Dr. Hertz will preach
at Rosh Hashanah services.
Children's services wil be held
in the main sanctuary and
youth services will be held si-
multaneously in the Brown
Chapel. Supplimentary services
will be held in the Brown
Chapel with Rabbi Paul M.
Steinberg, executive dean of the
New York School of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, preaching.
The liturgical music will be ren-
dered by augmented choirs un-
der the direction of Prof.
Tickton, music director. Men
and women serving in the
Armed Forces will be admitted
without cards of admission.

message. The public is invited
at no charge.
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL: Cantor Greenfield will
sermon. "The Meaning of Rosh lead at Selichot services and
Hashanah" by Rabbi Goldman, Rabbi Prero will speak on "Mass
Thursday. Shachris will be con- Repentance."
ducted by Ben Shaffer, Friday,
YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER
with sermon, "The Meaning of
of Oak Woods: A High Holy
Prayer," by Rabbi Goldman.
Day lecture and coffee hour
preceding Selichot services
BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE:
At Selichot services, Rabbi Gor- will be sponsored by the sis-
terhood.
relick will speak on "The Dawn
TEMPLE BETH AM: Selichot
of a New Hope." Cantor David
Bagley will chant the prayers, services will be preceded by an
assisted by a choir of 12 voices. Oneg Shabat.
CONG. BETH JOSEPH: Can-
Admission is free to the general
public. At Rosh Hashanah ser- tors Lefkovitz and Neiman will
vices, Rabbi Gorrelick will con- officiate at Rosh Hashanah and
duct with Cantor Bagley in Yom Kippur services.
LIVONIA JEWISH CONG.:
charge of Musaf services. Parti-
cipating in services will be Louis Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Ellenson, preliminary prayers; services will be held at the New
Arky Berkal of Winnipeg, the Botsford Inn, conducted by Dr.
Shacharis service; and Jonathan Ginsburgh, with liturgy by Can-
G. Baiter will read the Torah tor Blank.
SEPHARDIC COMMUNITY
and blow the Shofar. Teen ser-
OF GREATER DETROIT: Seli-
vices will be held at the Jewish
chot services will be held at
Center with Harry Goldstein,
Southeastern High School Eng- the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Papo, 24021 M a r I o w, Oak
lish Department chairman, act-
Park. Rosh Hashanah and Yom
ing as rabbi, and Arky Berkal,
Kippur services will be held
as cantor. Members of the youth
program will act as Torah read-
ers and sermonizers.

ADAS SHALOM: A pre-
Selichot lecture and informal
discussion for members of the
USY and Leaders Training
Fellowship youth will be led
by Rabbis Segal and Sobel,
followed by Cantor Fenakel,
who will chant the service,
assisted by the new choir. At
Rosh Hashanah services, Rab-
bi Segal will speak on "The
Challenge of a Living Faith"
and Rabbi Fritz A. Rothschild,
faculty member of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, w i 1 I
speak on "The Old and the
New." Cantor Fenakel and
Reverend Larry Vieder will
chant the services, assisted by
the choirs. Youth services will
be held under the supervision
of Rabbi Pesach Sobel. At
adult services, the Torah will
be read by the following mem.;
bers of the Youth Group:
Jonathan Segal and Jonathan
Saner, first day; Steven Gold-
smith and Thomas Vieder,
second day.

CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSO-
DIM: At Rosh Hashanah ser-
vices, Rabbi Litke will speak on
"New Year — New Perspective"
and "Human and Divine Ascent."
Alex Roberg will chant the lit-
urgy.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK: At
Rash Hashanah services, Rabbi
Adler will speak on "The Great-
est Gift," and Rabbi Groner will
TEMPLE BETH JACOB: preach "Living Beyond Our
At Rosh Hashanah services' Means." Cantors Sononklar and
Rabbi Conrad will speak on Frankel will conduct services,
"Reform as Perpetual Re- with the choir directed by Dan
newal," Wednesday, "A Frohman. Youth services will
Father's Grief to Blossing be held for four age groups.
Led," Thursday and "Regret
BETH ABRAHAM: At Seli-
or Repentance," Friday.
chot services, Cantor Ackerman
CONG. SHAAREY SHOM- and the choir will chant and
AYIM: At Yom Kippur services, Rabbi Halpern will deliver a
Rabbi Jacob Brown will be of-
ficiating Cantor. At Rosh Hash- Rabbi Bernard Casper
anah services, Shachris will be
conducted by Meyer Terebelo, Inducted as Chief
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CONG. DAVID BEN NU-
CHIM: Rabbi Greenfield will
conduct Selichot services. He
and a choir will assist Rabbi
Grubner on the Holy Days. Rab-
bi Grubner will speak on Rosh
Hashanah on "The Laws of Life"
and "The Mysterious Sounds of
the Shofar." Separate children's
services will be held in the
library.

ISAAC AGREE DOWNTOWN
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of the Veterans Memorial Build-
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Cantor Sidney Surlin of Chicago.
Rabbi Gamze will speak on "The
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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri da y, Sept. 13, 1963

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