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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-09

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Area Synagogues Set Bosh Itashana Services

At midnight Saturday, the tradi-
tional S'lihot services will usher
in the High Holy Days, and on the
following Wednesday evening, Jews
throughout the world will attend
the first service of Rosh Hashana.
A number of area synagogues
have scheduled special gatherings
to precede the midnight S'lihot
service. They include the follow-
ing:
Cong. Beth Shalom's Mr. and
Mrs. Club will sponsor a dance at
\--8:30 p.m. with services following
.t midnight.
Cong. Beth Abraham's social
will take on the form of a reunion
for members at 10:30 p.m. S'lihot
will be at 11:45, with the choir
taking part.
Adas Shalom's social hour and
lecture-discussion will begin at
10 p.m. Rabbis Jacob E. Segal
and Leonard Cahan will lead dis-
cussion on the theme of atone-

meat and the new year. The
choir will join in S'lihot prayers.
Beth Aaron has set its social for
10:30 p.m., and the youth of the
congregation, as well as synagogue
officers, will take part. Rabbi Benj-
amin Gorrelick will deliver a brief
sermon at services.
Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will
hold its social hour at 10:30 p.m.,
and Rabbi Israel Goodman will
speak on "The First Step in Re-
pentance" at services.
Akiva Hebrew Day School will
hold a pre-S'lihot cultural hour and
"koffee Match" at 9 p.m. at the
Zionist House. Rabbi James I. Gor-
don of Young Israel of Oak-Woods
will explain aspects of the High
Holy Days.
At sundown Wednesday, Rosh
Hashana services will be held at
all area synagogues. Whereas
Conservative and Orthodox Jews
observe two days of the holiday,

British Rabbinates Split on Authority
for Jewish Marriag es; Chasm Widens

LONDON (JTA) — The Chief
Rabbinate in Commission, which
administers the chief rabbinate of
Britain's United Synagogue until
the new chief rabbi takes office,
expressed "profound regret" over
plans by the Federation of Syna-
gogues to set up its own marriage
licensing authority.
Earlier this year, the federation
embarked on a course of estrange-
ment from the United Synagogue
when the former organization an-
nounced that it was establishing
its own Beth Din religious court.
Both synagogue groups are Ortho-
dox.
Asserting that the latest move
by the federation would "tend to
undermine the integrity and co-
hesive character of Anglo-Jewry,"
the chief rabbinate pointed out in
a letter to the federation that, for
over a century, marriages in Anglo-
Jewry had been solemnized under
the jurisdiction of the chief rabbi,
and records had been meticulously
kept.
The letter warned that the
move by the federation would
jeopardize 'this unique system"
and that the chief rabbi could
not assume responsibility for any
marriage authorized under the
authority of the federation.
Replying to the chief rabbinate's
letter, a federation statement said
that the decision of its general
council to establish its own Beth
Din "arose out of the refusal of
the United Synagogue to ratify
an agreement providing for a uni-
fied ecclesiastical authority" which,
it said, had been negotiated over
many months. Marriages, it said,
were "naturally" within the juris-
diction of the -Beth Din.

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The statement went on to say
that the federation saw no reason
why there should not be full co-
operation between the chief rab-
binates of the federation and the
United Synagogue.

Rabbi Panitz to Lead
Holiday Services at
Livonia Congregation

Rabbi Seymour Panitz former
spiritual leader of Cong. Ahavas
Achim, will conduct High Holy
Day services at the Livonia Jewish
Congregation.
Ordained at the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of
America in 1949,
Rabbi Panitz
was awarded the
coveted Cyrus
Adler Scholar-
ship, traditional-
ly conferred
upon the out-
standing student
in the graduating
class.
Among his
Rabbi Panitz
affiliations are Hillel Day School,
Detroit Service Group, Bnai Brith,
Pisgah Lodge, of which he is
trustee. A native of Baltimore, he
and his wife Barbara have four
children, Varda, Debra, Aliza and
Ora.

The three things most difficult
are—to keep a secret, to forget an
injury, and to make good use of
leisure.—Chilo

Never throw mud. You may miss
your mark; but you must have dirty
hands.—Joseph Parker

BY HENRY LEONARD

RECORD,

however, Reform Jews observe
Thursday only.
Following is a list of special ser-
mons and arrangements indicated
by area synagogues:
Cong. Bnai Moshe services
Wednesday and Thursday evenings
will be at 6:30 and morning serv-
ices Thursday and Friday at 7:30.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman's sermon
topics will be "Safety for Our Con-
gregation" and "Seeing Ourselves
First." Cantor Louis Klein will
chant the liturgy. There will be
two services for young people:
9:45 a.m. for teens and 10 a.m. for
youngsters.
Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will
hold evening services at 6:30 and
mornings at 7:30.
Rabbi Goodman
will speak on
"T h e Turbulent
Waters of Life"
Thursday and
"The Shofar —
the Symbol of
Alarm" Friday.
Louis Sax, who
served as High
Holy Days cantor
in River Rouge
for a number of Sax
years, will chant the liturgy.
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim serv-
ices will be at 6:30 the first
evening and 7:15 the second. At
8 a.m. Thursday, Rabbi Leo Y.
Goldman's sermon topic will be
"The Shofar Symbol." Cantor
Moshe J. Bobrowsky of Canada
will officiate.
Adas Shalom Synagogue's serv-
ices Wednesday will be at 6:15
p.m. On Thursday and Friday
mornings, they will begin at 7:30.
Parallel services will be held in
both the main sanctuary and the
social hall. Rabbis Segal and Cahan
will alternate in pulpits. Rabbi Se-
gal's sermon subject will be "An
Invitation to Hunger." Rabbi Ca-
han will deliver a sermon on
"Bridging the Generations." Can-
tor Nicholas Fenakel and Rev.
Larry Vieder also will alternate in
chanting services, assisted by the
synagogue choirs. On both morn-
ings the Tora will be read at the
adult services by members of the
Adas Shalom Youth Group, Jay
Goldman, Mark Goldsmith, Ralph
Greenberg and S't even Siegan.
Three youth services, under the
supervision of Louis Rosen, will
be held for 8- to 10-year-olds, 10-
to 14-year-olds and 9th through
12th graders.
Beth Isaac Synagogue of Trenton
will have services at 7 in the eve-
nings and 9 in the- mornings. All
are invited.
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods services, led by Rabbi Gor-
don and Cantor David Greenbaum,
assisted by Menahem Landau, will
be held 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 a.m.
Temple Beth El will hold serv-
ices 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Wednes-
day, with Dr. Richard C. Hertz
preaching at the earlier service
and Rabbi Morton M. Kanter at
the later. - Morning services
Thursday will be at 10. Youth
and children's services will be
held that afternoon in the main

sanctuary and chapel at 2:30.
Temple Beth Am services
Wednesday will be at 8:30 p.m.
and Thursday at 10 a.m. at the
United Hebrew Schools Building
on W. ' Seven Mile and Osmus.
Rabbi David Jessel and Cantor
Roger Skully will officiate. Chil-
dren's services will be at 2 p.m.
Thursday.
The New Temple has set its
services for 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
and 10 a.m. Thursday at Birming-
ham Unitarian Church. Rabbi Ernst
Conrad will officiate. Youth serv-
ices Thursday will be at 2 p.m.
Cong. Beth Abraham will follow
a schedule of 6:30 for evenings
and 7:45 mornings in the main
sanctuary, when Rabbi Israel I.
Halpern and Cantor Shabtai Acker-
man will officiate, with the choir
directed by Israel Fuchs. At auxili-
ary services 8:30 a.m. in the social
hall, Rabbi Martin J. Tatelbaum
and Cantor Edward Feigelman will
lead.
Livonia Jewish Congregation

services will be conducted by
Rabbi Seymour Panitz and Can-
tor Henry J. Blank on both eve-
nings and mornings. (See Story)
Cong. Beth Joseph services will
be supervised by Rabbi Manuel M.
Neiman evenings at 6:45 and morn-
ings at 9.
Cong. Beth Hillel services at
6:30 p.m. and 7:45 a.m. will be led
by Rabbi Joel Litke and Cantor
Joseph Birnholtz.
Young Israel of Greenfield will
hold services at 6:30 p.m. and 8
a.m.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 9,1966-21

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