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August 21, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi Report
Meeting on Israel Progress Sunday

Reports on Israel's progress will
be submitted at a public meeting
arranged for Sunday evening, at
Young Israel of Northwest, 17376
Wyoming.
Major addresses will be deliv-
ered by Rabbi Isaac Stoliman, who
has just returned from attending
the dedication of the Yad Rabbi
Maimon in Israel, and Rabbi Sam-
H. Prero, who attended the semin-

ar of religious teachers held in
Jerusalem under auspices of the
Jewish Agency.
Israeli songs will be chanted
by Cantors Shabta Ackerman and
J. H. Sonenklar, who participated
in the Israel liturgical festival,
and Rabbis Eugene and Ernest
Greenfield will participate in the
program.
Israeli slides will be shown.

CONG.
ADAS YESHURIN

' Vandals Desecrate
Temple in Indiana

2625 Tyler

OPEN FOR
BUSINESS

Reasonable Prices
from 6-8 p.m.

For further information

TO 7-1128

MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (JTA)
—The Michigan City police de-
partment announced it has detailed
additional patrols in the vicinity
of Sinai Temple, to discourage a
repetition of an incident last week
in which obscenities and other
markings were found on the walls
of the temple. Terming the in-
cident an "outrage," a police
spokesman attributed the desecra-
tion to "juvenile vandals."

CONGREGATION
B'NAI ISRAEL
OF PONTIAC

143 ONEIDA RD.
Telephone: FE 5-1740
PONTIAC, MICH.
Cordially Invites You

To Join Its Growing Membership

Membership Privileges Include:
• 'High Holy Day Seating • Jr. Congregation
• Youth Services • Adult Education
• Congregational Hebrew & Sunday School
• Free Tuition—Modest Registration for
Books
• Bar-Bas Mitzvah Services—Use of Social
Facilities at Reduced Costs—And Many
Others

MODEST MEMBERSHIP DUES • BUILDING FUND
Isaac Katz, Cantor
Israel Goodman, Rabbi

Membership Chairman
Irving Prizant

Ticket Chairman
Ralph Merkovitz

Tel.:
FE 4-4602 or FE 4-7031

Tel:
FE 4-2579 or 682-3331

B'-n,ai David School

SUNDAY and MIDWEEK HEBREW CLASSES

For Boys and Girls — 3rd thru 10th Grades

Also: Sunday School for Kindergarten,
First and Second Grades with Hebrew-
enriched program.

1 Block West of Southfield Rd.

2 Blocks South of 10 Mile Rd.

ALL CLASSES BEGIN SUNDAY,
SEPTEMBER 13th, 1964

Non-Members Accepted

Register Now at Synagogue Office

24350 SOUTHFIELD ROAD

Dr. Richard C. Hertz, senior
rabbi of Temple Beth El, an-
nounces that arrangements have
been completed to transfer the
Sunday section of the religious
school (pre-kindergarten through
grade 6) to the Northbrook Ele-
mentary Public School, 19080 W.
12 Mile Road, between Southfield
and Evergreen. Classes will meet
on Sunday morning from 9:45 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m.
Dr. Hertz stated: "We want to
remain a metropolitan congrega-
tion and still interest the grow-
ing number of suburban families
who look to Beth El for leader-
ship and instruction. These changes
are experimental in nature. We
will continue to do everything we
can to teach Judasim to our child-
ren, wherever they live. Beth El
has the resources and the zeal to
do so. With the cooperation of the
parents and the enthusiasm of the
children, this coming year will be
a challenging and fruitful period
for training our children in the
meaning and values of the Jewish
faith."
The Saturday section of the Reli-
gious School (grades 2 through 9)
will continue to meet at the Temp-
le on Woodward and Gladstone on
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon.
The high school department
(grades 10 through 12) will con-
tinue to meet at the Temple Sun-
days, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The Bar-Bas Mitzvah mid-week
classes and the pre-confirmation
class mid-week sessions will be

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held at the Robert Frost Public
School, 9 Mile Road and Scotia.
The opening session of the Sat-
urday section of the religious
school will be held Sept. 19, and
the opening session of the Sunday
section will be held Sept. 20:
Both sections will meet at the

Temple Sept. 19, 20, 26 and 27.
An orientation session for new-
ly enrolled children and their par-
ents will be held at the Temple
Saturday, Sept. 12, 10 a.m.
A teachers' institute will be held
at the Temple Sunday, Sept. 13, at

9 a.m.

I

CONG. SHOMREY EMUNAH

Schaefer at Clarita announces

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

in the Air-Conditioned Main Sanctuary

AUXILIARY SERVICES

will also be held in the Air-Conditioned
19161 Schaefer

L.Z.I. Auditorium

Rabbi S. Flom and a New York Cantor Will Officiate

Tickets for reserved seats at both locations will be available at
Synagogue 7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. and ALL DAY SUNDAY
For more information call Mr. Leo Laufer, Ticket Chairman

e

UN 4 4355 or DI 1-9061

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50th ANNIVERSARY MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN

Cong regation Akavas

Northwest Young Israel
Expands Youth Program

Harry L. Blitz, president of
Young Israel of Northwest Detroit,
announces the establishment of the
Benz Leadership Institute Courses,
which will be given at 17376
Wyoming.
The courses will be open to high
school and college students who
desire to prepare for youth group
leadership. They will be under the
direction of Rabbi Samuel H.
Prero, and will consist of a series
of 20 one-hour lectures and group
sessions presented by experts in
the field.
The Terrace Allan Post High
School Study Group will meet
three times weekly for sessions of
one and one-half hours each. The
subject matter will consist of
Mishna, the Prophets, Laws and
Customs and Jewish History. A
parallel class for college women
is being formed. For information
call the Young Israel office, UN
1-7691.
* * *
Sam S. Novetsky, vice president
of Young Israel in charge of Re-
ligious Services, announces that,
as has been the practice of Young
Israel in the past, Jewish mem-
bers of the armed forces are in-
vited to participate in the High
Holy Day Services and will be
assigned seats without charge.

Goldstein to Deliver
Temple Israel Sermon

Meeting at McKinley School

Transportation Provided

Temple Beth El Moves Some Religious School Sections
Into Two Public Schools in Suburban Areas

Chrles L. Goldstein, a past presi-
dent of Temple Israel, will occupy
the pulpit of that congregation
this Friday night
at Sabbath Eve
services begi n-
ning at 8:30 p.m.
The subject of
his sermon will
be "Moses, Ex-
tremist or Mod-
erate?"
An
attorney,
C. L. Goldstein active in numer-
ous professional, civic and commu-
nal organizations, Goldstein serves
as lay rabbi at Temple Bnai Israel
in Monroe, Mich., a post he has
occupied now for the past six
years.
Goldstein also conducts the
daily service at Temple Israel,
held Monday to Thursday at 5:45
p.m. and Sunday morning at 9:30
a.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22 Friday, August 21, 1964

19190 Schaefer at 7 Mile Road

Commemorating its 50th Year

* in honor of our new spiritual leader

* the opening of our new Auditorium
is offering to you and your family

SPECIAL MEMBERSHIPS

in a campaign to join our active 400 members. This is an

opportunity for young couples to affiliate with a growing

synagogue which offers educational, social, and youth pro-
grams in our Northwest community.

SLICHOT SERVICES AUGUST 29, MIDNIGHT

RABBI SEYMOUR M. PANITZ
CANTOR SIMON BERMANIS

Choir directed by Charles Weinberg

Choir will also perform during High Holydays

SOCIAL AT 10 P.M. PRECEDING SERVICES

SUPPLEMENTARY HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

RABBI EMANUEL APPELBAUM, officiating

CANTOR SHALOM GRUEN of .Grossingers

IN OUR NEW

AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM

YOUTH SERVICES IN LARGE CHAPEL

JUNIOR CONGREGATIONS AND CHILDREN'S SERVICES

Office Open Monday to Thursday

Evenings 7:30 to 10:00 p.m.
Sundays 9 to 1 p.m.

For Further Information call

UN. 4-6428 or

UN. 4-6987

50th ANNIVERSARY MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN

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