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September 24, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Sidney Selig to Direct Beth Shalom School

Sidney Selig of Oak Park, who at Cong. Beth Shalom School, an
has held executive positions in independent Hebrew school.
Jewish education in three coun-
Born in Manchester, England,
tries, is new director of education the 36-year-old Selig graduated
from Singelton Hill Teachers' In-
-Sincere Holiday Greetings.-- sititute and the Talmudical College
in Manchester.
Selig served as director of
OFFICIAL 1965
education for the New West End
Synagogue in London. In 1956 he
CLEARANCE SALE
became assistant director of educa-
We Have
tion of Beth Tzedec Congregation
and head master of the Beth
100 Oldsmobiles
Tzedec Day School in Toronto,
THAT MUST BE
where he also was director of adult
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education of Metropolitan Toronto
Bnai Brith.
HUGE DISCOUNTS!
He came to Detroit in 1960
NO REASONABLE
as assistant director of education
OFFER REJECTED!
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and he has
received a masters degree in
"Try ME r psychology from the University of
Detroit.
EDMOND OLDS
Selig resides at 23851 Jerome
12101 JOSEPH CAMPAU
with
his wife Regina and their
Just Minutes away via
two children.

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May we extend our

sincere wishes for a

Due to the occurrence
of the High Holy Days
Sept. 27-28 and Oct. 6, The
Jewish News has set early
deadlines for its issues of
Oct. 1 and 8.
Deadline on copy, photo-
graphs and displays ads
for the issue of Oct. 1 will
be noon today. It is advised
that classified ads 'be
placed as early as possible
to avoid the last-minute
rush next Wednesday.
For the issue of Oct. 8,
copy must be submitted
no later than 9 a.m. Mon-
day, Oct. 4. As usual, photo-
graphs will be due the
preceding Friday at noon.
Classified ad deadline for
the issue of Oct. 8 will be
noon Tuesday, Oct. 5; dis-
play ads, 4 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 4.
Sukkot, on Monday and
Tuesday, Oct. 11.12, also
will make early deadlines
necessary.
Deadline on copy, photo-
graphs and display ads for
the issue of Oct. 15 will
be noon Friday, Oct. 8. As
stated above, classified ads
should be placed early to
avoid the rush.

most happy, healthy

and joyous New Year.

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Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
open doors at 7 p.m. and 9 am.
both days.

Michigan has more than 150
waterfalls. The Tahquame-
non Falls, near Newberry in the
Upper Peninsula, is America's
second largest east of the Rockies.

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New Year's Greetings

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(Continued from Page 31)
Israel I. Halpern and Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman officiating in
the main sanctuary, and Lawr-
ence Halpern and Cantor Bern-
ard Schottenstein in the social
hall. Times are 6 p.m. and 7:45
a .m.
Cong. Beth Joseph services at
6 p.m. and 8 a.m. will be conducted
by Cantor Simon Lefkowitz and
Rabbi Manuel M. Neiman.
Cong. Beth Shalom and Young
Israel of Oak-Woods will hold
evening services at 6 p.m. Beth
Shalom morning services will be
at 8:15, Young Israel at 7:30.

•• •

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Again this year, the American
board of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism is sponsor-
ing Reform Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur services overseas for
U. S. travelers and English-speak-
ing communities.
For the eighth consecutive sea-
son Union Prayerbook liturgies will
be offered in Paris at the synagogue
of the Union Liberale Israelite,
conducted this year by Rabbi Mal-
cohn Stern of New York.
(The French congregation rents
the largest concert hall in Paris
for the Holy Days.)
In Geneva, the international
community will be served by
Rabbi Lou Silberman, professor
at Vanderbilt University. This
is the second year of World
Union services in the Swiss city.
Rabbi Lionel Blue of London,
European religious director of the
WUPJ, will lead the first New
Year services of the Progressive
community established in Brussels
this summer. Several American
families are in the membership.
The executive director of the
World Union, Rabbi W i 11 i a m
Rosenthall, will conduct services
at the veteran Sephardic Reform
synagogue of Panama, Kol Shearith
Israel, and afterwards tour WUPJ
constituencies in the Caribbean.

Synagogue Services Scheduled

U.S. Jewish Welfare Funds
Local Jewish welfare funds op-
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more than 90 per cent of the Jew-
ish population of the United States
and Canada reside.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, September 24, 1965

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