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September 20, 1963 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-20

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Congregations List Arrangements
for Observance of High Holy Days

ewis li Calendar-5724

Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
Shemini Atzeret
Simhat Torah.
Hanukah, First Day
Passover, First Seder
Passover, Eighth Day
Tisha b'Ab

Thursday and Friday, Sept. 19, 20
Saturday, Sept. 28
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 3 and 4
Thursday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 11
Wednesday, Dec. 11
Thursday, Feb. 27
Friday, March 27
Saturday, April 4
Sunday and Monday, May 17, 18
Sunday, July 19

Detroit a r e a congregation
Real You Stand Up?" and
Rabbi Halpern will deliver a
have announced arrangement
Cantor F e n a k el and Rev.
sermon in the Nusbaum Hall
for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Larry Vieder will alternate in
on Yom Kippur day. Services
Kippur. Worshipers should con chanting both major services.
for children and teenagers
tact their respective syna- Youth services will be held
will begin 10:30 a.m.
gogues and temples for exac t for high school teenagers.
times of services, as individua
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Rabbi M A Y I M : The committee in
schedules may vary.
Milton Rosenbaum will speak charge of High Holy Day ar-
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL on "What is Important in Life," rangements, serving under con-
NUS A C H HARI: At Rosh Wednesday. M r s . Rosenbaum gregation President Jos e ph
Hashanah services, Rabbi Stoll _ will kindle the holiday lights Balberor, includes: Isadore Ro-
man will 'speak on "The Way and the Kidush will be chanted senberg, chairman; Meyer
to Redemption" an d "(Tshuvah) by Walter Schmier. Rabbi Ro- Terebelo, Harold Kaplan, Mor-
Judge Nate Kaufman
senbaum will speak on "Have ris Kar, Robert Keller, Benja- Plan to Establish
Heads Businessmen's
ISAAC AGREE DOWNTOWN We Jews a Destiny?" Thursday min Kawer, Manuel Rott, Morris Jewish Religious
SYNAGOGUE: Rev: Zvi Stein morning. Afternoon children's Shindler, Martin Kaber, Morris
Dinner for Yeshivah
of Chicago and Rev. Sidney services will be conducted by Shor, Phil Shoenberger, M. W. Court for Europe
Max Biber, pr esident of
Neumann, Harry We c h s l e r,
Surlin will act as cantors for
COPENHAGEN, (JTA) — Yeshivah B e t h Yehudah, an-
berg, educational director. The Leonard Olshansky, Saul Levin,
the High Holidays.
junior choir will sing the Nathan Zucker, Alvin Horowitz, Delegates from nine European nounces that J u d g e Nathan
sacred music.
Morris Chiskik, Sender Tobias, countries at the annual meet- Kaufman has be en appointed
Cantor Simon Bermanis will
ing of the European Union of chairman of the annual Business
Reznick, Nathan Stall.
chant the liturgy and Rabbi WEST DETROIT: Rabbi Sam-
Jewish Congregations approved Men's Dinner, to take place Nov.
Milton Arm will preach in uel
H. Prero will speak on "The First Baptist Church
plans for the creation of a Beth 10 at Cabo Hall.
the main sanctuary. Cantor Cold War on
Din (Jewish religious court)
the Spiritual
Mr. Biber also announced that
Shalom Gruen of Elizabeth,
for the European continent.
Thursday; and "Educa- in Oak Park Wishes
the following synagogues in the
N.J., an d at Grossinger's Front,"
Rabbi E. Munk of Paris, who Detroit area will hold High Holy
tion—The Answer to the Ills a Happy New Year
Hotel, will officiate at the of
the 20th Century" and "The
presided, told the Orthodox Day appeals in behalf of the one
parallel service in the social Sabbath
The First Baptist Church, leaders that a West European million dollar Yeshiva building
of Return," Friday.
hall with R a b b i Emanuel
C o o l i d g e, Oak Park, boarding school for religious and maintenance fund:
Applebaum, headmaster of
the year bears students had met with consider-
Adas Yashuru n, Beth Aaron
the Hillel Day School, preach-
6 p.m. Yom Kippur day serv- the greeting "Shalom" over its able success. He also said that V'Yisroel,
Beth Abraham, Beth
ices will begin 8 a.m. Rabbi portals, has erected a large sign progress had been made in Hamedrosh Ohel Sarah, Beth Joseph,
CONG. BETH TEFILO Israel Halpern and Cantor with a happy new year to its solving the religious education Beth Yehuda, Beth Tefilo Emanuel
EMANUEL TIKVAH: R a b b i Shabtai Ackerman and the Jewish neighbors.
Bnai David, Bnai Israel
problems of North African Tikvah,
Center, Bani Jacob and Aux.,
Leizer Levin will s p e a k on synagogue choir will oficiate
The sign is both in English Jewish refugee children now Torah
Bnai Zion (3 branches), Chesed Shel
"Malchuyot — An Approach to in the main sanctuary. Cantor and Yiddish letters. The First living in France.
Emes, Dovid Ben Nuchim, Ezras
Achim Turover Temple, Jewish
R o s h Hashanah," Thursday; Shiinon Berris and Dr. Robert Baptist Church regularly spon-
He said his find-raising ac- Home for the Aged, Kehal Chare-
Rabbi Max Kapustin will speak Schlaff will conduct auxiliary sors a Jewish Neighbor Night tivities on a visit to the United dim, Mishkan Israel Nusach Harie
Lubavitcher Center, Mogen Abra-
on "To Preserve the Golden services in the Nusbaum Hall. series featuring distinguished States last year had made pos- ham—Beth
Jacob, Sefardic Jewish
Chain," Friday; and Rabbi Le-
Community, Shaarey Shomayim,
members of the Jewish and sible the opening of five Jew- Shomrey
Emunah and Aux., Young
vin will speak on "How Close
Christian communities. The next ish day schools in France for Israel of Greenfield, Young Israel of
Are We to T'Shuvoh?" on Distinguished Cleric
Northwest Detroit and Young Israel
will be held on Nov. 11.
such children.
of Oak Woods Center.
Shabbos Shuvoh.
to Study
Fram and Rabbi M. Robert Hasidism in Israel
Syme will alternate in deliver-
A global five-month tour will
ing the sermons. Cantor Harold
Or b a c h and the choir will be undertaken by Dr. Howard
render Rosh Hashanah melo- Thurman, dean of Boston Uni-
dies, in the sanctuary. At sup- versity's Marsh Chapel and one
plementary services in the Leon of the nation's most distinguish-
Fram Hall, Rabbi Eugene ed clergymen.
Thurman, accompanied by his
Gorowitz will deliver the ser-
mons and I r v in g Rosengard wife, will visit Nigeria, Israel,
will serve as cantor. Children's Hawaii and California, as part
services will be held Thursday of a special leave of absence
in both the Leon Fram Hall and from his duties as dean of the
This leave, begun last year,
GOGUE: At services Friday, was designed to permit the Dean
Rabbi Fritz Rothschild will to "extend my ministry to the
speak on "The Strategy of nation and to the world." He
Return" and Rabbi Segal will will retire as dean of the chapel
officiate and Cantor Nicholas at the expiration of the leave.
Fenakel will chant the serv-
From Nigeria, Dr. and Mrs.
ices. Youth services will be Thurman will travel to the Near
held for three groups. At East and Israel where the Bos-
Yom Kippur services, Rabbi ton University theologian will
Segal will speak on "Will the conduct research in Hasidic
Thurman described this type
N.Y. City Council
of Judaism as focused upon the
Urged to Exempt
"mystical element." He termed
it a "religion of inner life with
Sabbath Observers
an emphasis on the personal
NEW YORK (JTA) — A experience rather than that of
spokesman for the American the group."
Jewish Congress urged enact-
He will work out of Tel Aviv
ment "without any changes or in cooperation with a Conserva-
amendments" of a City Council tive Hasidic Rabbi, Zalman
bill 'to exempt Sabbath observ- Schachter, whom he met sev-
ers from the State Sunday-clos• eral years ago while the man
ing law.
Howard M. Squadron, chair- was a student in one of his
man of the New York 1VIetropol- School of Theology classes.
itan Council of the Jewish
group, spoke at a public hearing House of Shelter
in City Hall in support of a Opens Kitchen for
measure introduced by City
Councilman David Ross. He Needy on Holy Days
warned against any measure
The Jewish House of Shelter
An ELECTRIC Water Heater delivers 160° hot water!
that went beyond the local op- at 1620 Taylor has opened its
tion law enacted by the State kitchen in observance of the
REALLY HOT WATER for lots of warm showers .. .
legislature last April.
High Holidays. Morris Dorn,
Under the State law, New president, announces that male
REALLY HOT WATER for maximum dishwasher efficiency...
York City was given the right transients, local needy and
to enact, before Dec. 31, 1963, a patients from Lapeer, North-
REALLY HOT WATER to help a clothes washer do its best.
local ordinance exempting from ville, Wayne County General
the state Sunday law persons and Ypsilanti State Hospitals
WHY? Because an electric water heater operates regularly at
who keep their place of busi- will be served as usual through
160° without endangering heater life.
ness closed on Saturday in ob- Sept. 29.
servance of their religious day
This program is carried out
More exclusive advantages,
of rest. Such legislation would under the supervision of Mrs.
cover Orthodox Jews, Seventh Morris Dorn, president of the
too! Install anywhere, needs
Day Adventists, Seventh Day House of Shelter Ladies Auxili-
Baptists and other Sabbatarians. ary.
no flue . . . Edison repairs or
The House of Shelter is a
replaces electrical parts free
In order to improve the world, Jewish W e l f a r e Federation
• Money-back guarantee of
we must leave our neighbors' agency whose director ex-of-
souls alone. We must . instead ficio is Samuel Lerner, director
worry about our neighbors' of the Jewish Family and Chil-
less of where you buy your
bodies and our own souls. — dren's Service. Secretary is
Mrs. Helen Samberg,
heater. Look for this sign!






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