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September 13, 1963 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

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TORCZYNER
SINAI
PLOTKIN
Nationally known speakers the Adas Shalom appeal.
The list of High Holy Day
will appear in Detroit Syna-
gogues during the High Holy Appeal speakers will include
Days on behalf of Israel Bonds, Dr. Arie L. Plotkin, a noted lec-
it was announced by Phillip turer, expert on the Middle East
Stollman, chairman of the De- and former officer in the In-
troit High Holy Day and Con- telligence Corps of Israel's de-
gregational Council, and his co- fense forces; Jacques Torczyner,
chairmen, Norman Allan and a member of the Presidium of
Judge Nathan,J. Kauman. Tom the World Zionist Actions Com-
Borman is genseral chairman of mittee and administrative vice-
the Detroit Israel Bond Com- president of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America; Zvi Kolitz,
mittee.
Twenty-three Detroit area author and producer of the first
congregations will participate. full-length Israeli feature film,
The High Holy Day appeals and "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer;" Yitz-
synagogue - centered activities chak Sinai, prominent Israeli
are the mainstays of the Israel journalist and political analyst
Bond campaign. Last year a and brother of the movie star,
total of $583,900 was subscribed Laurence Harvey; and Robert
in the High Holy Day Appeals. Lurie of St. Louis, renowned
Heading the list of Detroit radio and television writer, di-
rabbis and local lay leaders who rector, producer and actor and
will make the appeals is Rabbi national Israel Bond special
Jacob E. Segal of Adas Shalom events chairman.
Dr. Plotkin will speak at
Synagogue, whose congregation
has won nation-wide acclaim for Young Israel of Oak-Woods on
having achieved over $1,000,000 the first day of Rosh Hashanah
in Israel Bond subscriptions in and at Cong. Bnai Jacob on the
the last six Holy Day Appeals. second day.
Last year a total of $223,100 in
Congregations where Israel
Israel Bonds was subscribed at Bond appeals will be made on
Rosh Hashanah, besides Young
Israel of Oak Woods and Bnai
Jacob, include Beth Yehudah,
Beth Joseph and Bnai Zion.
A PEOPLE'S
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive di-
r e c t or of Mizrachi-Hapoel
EPIC
Hamizrachi, will speak at Cong.
by Walter L. Field
Beth Yehudah on the second
day of Rosh Hashanah.
FIRST JEWISH
Hy Crystal, executive director
HISTORY IN. VERSE
of Bnai Brith in Michigan, will
speak at Cong. Beth Joseph on
4,000 Years in 40 Pages

Beautiful
Gift Book

At All Detroit $5

'Book Stores

BORENSTEIN'S

BOOK & MUSIC STORE

For All
Your Holiday Needs !
SEE PAGE 7

The officers and members of

CONGREGATION DOVID BEN NUCHIM

extend their sincere greetings and best wishes to

MR. & MRS. DAVID ROTT

founder of the congregation
and

MR. HARRY ROTT

and their families

For a Happy and Prosperous New Year

Rabbi Chaskel Grubner
Spiritual Leader

Joseph Bernstein
President

Congregation Ciemiluth Chassodim

19371 GREENFIELD at VASSAR DRIVE
Announces

HIGH. HOLIDAY SERVICES

In Their Beautiful, Air-Conditioned Sanctuary

Tickets Available: Sundays:

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Evenings 7:30 to 9

Registrations are also accepted for The Religious

School (leading to Bar Mitzvah and Consecration)

Call BR 3-0570 — BR 2-3906
or visit the Synagogue Office.

Congregations and their rabbis
participating, include:
Adas Shalom, Rabbi Jacob E. Segal;
Adas Yeshurun; Ahavas Achim, Rabbi .
Milton Arm; Beth Aaron, Rabbi Ben-
jamin H. Gorrelick; Beth Abraham,
Rabbi Israel Halpern; Beth Joseph
Anshey Ruzhin; Beth Moses, Rabbi
A. Irving Schnipper; Beth Shalom,
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern; Beth Te-
filoh Emanuel Tikvah, Rabbi Leizer
Levin; Beth Yehudah, Rabbi Joshua
Spiro; B'nai David, Rabbi Hayim
Donin; B'nai Jacob; B'nai Moshe,
Rabbi Moses Lehrman; B'nai Zion,
Rabbi Solomon H. Gruskin; Dovid
Ben Nuchim, Rabbi Chaskel Grubner;
Ezras Achim Turnover Temple; Ge-
miluth Chassodim, Rabbi Joel Litke;
Mishkan Israel-Nusach Harie-Luba-
vitcher Center. Rabbi Isaac Stollman;
Mogen Abraham, Rabbi Solomon P.
Wohlgelernter; Shaarey Shomayim,
Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman; Shomrey
Emunah, Rabbi Sholem Flam; Young
Israel Greenfield, Rabbi Joshua Sper-
ka; Young Israel Northwest, Rabbi
Samuel H. Prero; Young Israel Oak
Woods, Rabbi James I. Gordon.

Jewish, Christian
Scholars Preparing
All-Faith Bible

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Five
Jewish scholars have joined
with 20 Christians, Catholic and
Protestant, in an effort to co-
ordinate a new, all-faith Bible
that will be acceptable alike to
Protestants, Catholics and Jews,
it was announced here by An-
chor Books, a division of the
publishing house of Doubleday
& Co.
The plan is to compile a Pro-
testant-Catholic version of the
New Testament, bringing to-
gether the official, accepted
texts of the two faiths; and an-
other combined version of the
Old Testament that would be
acceptable alike to Jews and to
all Christians. Thus far, the pub-
lishers said, the Old Testament
version of the interfaith Bible
has been started with a newly
coordinated Book of Genesis.
The five Jewish scholars at
work on the project are Prof.
Yigael Yadin and Prof. David
Flusser, of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, Jerusalem; Prof. Ephraim
Avigdor Speiser and Dr. Moshe
Greenberg, of the University of
Pennsylvania; and Prof. H. L.
Ginsberg, of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America.

Plan Consecration
of Jewish Chapel at
Air Force Academy
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
—The United States Air Force
Academy Chapel, a unique re-
ligious edifice in architectural
conception that houses under
one roof separate and distinct
chapels for Protestants, Catho-
lics and Jews, will be officially
dedicated on Sept. 22. Preceding
this service, the Jewish Chapel
will be consecrated at 9 a.m.
on the same day. Chaplain Mar-
vin L. Labinger is the Jewish
chaplain at the U.S. Air Force
Academy.
The Jewish Chapel in the Air
Force Academy Chapel was fur-
nished and equipped by the
National Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) through contributions
by individuals and foundations
and by a group of friends de-
siring to honor the past presi-
dents of JWB.
Frank Greenhaus of New
York was the supervising archi-
tect for the interior of the
Jewish Chapel. Ludwig Wolpert
of Jerusalem and of the Jewish
Museum, New York, well-known
artist and sculptor, designed the
furnishings.

A total of $101,000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed at the
Bnai David "Salute to Israel Dinner." Shown at
the event, above, are, from left, Robert Briscoe, the Jewish
Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland; Jack Lieberman, who was
honored at the affair; Sam Rothberg, national Israel Bond
campaign chairman; Max Sosin, dinner chairman. Lieberman
received a plaque in recognition of his "devotion to Israel
and the cause of Israel Bonds." The amount of bonds sold was
a record for the congregation.

recent Cong.

CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAH

Schaefer Cor. Clarita
Announces High Holy Day Services
In The
New and Air-Conditioned Synagogue
Auxiliary Services will also be held at the
SCHAVER AUDITORIUM, 19161 SCHAEFER HWY.

Rabbi Shalom Flom will officiate and
Cantor Moshe Babrowsky will chant the Liturgy.

Reserved seats for both locations are available.
All Day Sunday and Every Evening from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
At the Synagogue Office

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL:

DI 1-9061 or UN 4-4355

Selichot Services Midnight Sat., Sept. 14, at the Synagogue

TEMPLE ISRAEL

A Congregation of Liberal Judaism
Announces

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

Semester started Sept. 8th. Enrollment is still
open to all children of Temple families.
HEBREW SCHOOL
Already in session. For boys and girls from age
of eight. Registration is being accepted thru
the coming week.
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Begins with Rosh Hashono Services, Wednes-
day night, September 18.
BAR MITZVAH, BAS MITZVAH, CONFIRMATION

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Friday
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Sundays, 10 a.m.-
1 p.m.

You Are Welcome
at Our
Sabbath Eve Services

Every Friday
Night at 8:30

TEMPLE ISRAEL

17400 Manderson Road, at Merton
UN 3-7769
Rabbis: Dr. Leon Frain, Rabbi M. Robert Syme

Cantor: Harold Orbach

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, Sept. 13, 1963

the second day of Rosh Hash-
anah. Most of the Israel Bond
appeals will be on Kol Nidre
and during Yizkor services on
Yom Kippur.
The Jewish community in
Detroit was urged to participate
in High Holy Day congregation-
al Bond efforts in a call by De-
troit's rabbis, who stressed that
"the close connection that exists
between American Jewry and
the people of Israel has been
given meaningful expression
through the partnership of Is-
rael Bonds which has been the
backbone of every major phase
of Israel's economic growth
during the past 12 years."

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Cong. Bnai David Event Achieves
Israel Bonds Sale of 8101,000

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Congregation High Holy Day Bond Appeals Here
Will Be Made by Distinguished Personalities

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