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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-21

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Services to Mark the Passover Festival

The Festival of Freedom, Passover, will be ushered into
Jewish homes the world over Monday evening. Detroit area
Jewry, too, will mark the holiday at seder and synagogue.
That morning, at Conserva-
tive and Orthodox synagogues 9 1 • Cong. Bnai David's Rabbi Hayim
first-born sons will attend , Donin will speak on "The Four
"Siyum B'horim'' services at1K's" at 8:30 a.m, services Tuesday
approximately 7 a.m. (Bnai i and "The Four Freedoms" the
Moshe will hold two such ser - game time Wednesday.
COng. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
vices, one at 6:30 and the
other at 7:301, to mark their y R a h will start morning services at
Rabbi Yacov Lipshutz of
redemption from death at the -M:3o'n 0 . sey,
N.Y., will speak on "The
hand of Pharaoh.
' Night of Redemption" Tuesday,
Brief services
will
be
held
that
and
Rabbi
Leizer Levin will speak
-
evening, before the seder begins on "The Questions" Wednesday.
in the home. at approximately 7 . Adas Shalom Synagogue will
p.m. However, Temple Beth El's , (hold services 8:30 a.m. b o t h
will be at 5:30, Shaarey Zedek's days Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will
and Beth Shalom's at 6 and Adas preach on "Freedom's Sweet
Shalom's. Beth Aaron's and Bnai 31ystery" Tuesday, and Rabbi
Moshe's at 6:30.
Leonard Cahan will speak on
Young Israel Center of Oak-
"The Quest for the Questions"
Woods will have its first services
Wednesday. Evening services
in the new sanctuary on this
are at 6:30.
holiday, with Tuesday morning
Cong. Beth Abraham will hear
services starting at 9. Rabbi sermons by Rabbi Israel Halpern
James I. Gordon will speak on on "Questions We Ought to Ask"
"To Build and Be Built" that 8 o:30
:30 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
day and on "Freedom 1967" at Evening services will be at 7.
9 a.m. services Wednesday. Eve-
Beth Aaron Synagogue will start
fling hours will be 7:20 both morning services at 8:30 a.m., and
those days.
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick's ser-
Temple Beth El will hold its mon topic will be "The Outlook
Passover Family Service 11 a.m. for Freedom Today" Tuesday and
Tuesday, with Dr. Richard C. Hertz ,. The Conflict Between Liberty
preaching on "The Passover Chal-
lenge to Youth." and the children's
Choir participating. The annual
congregational seder will be held
7 p.m. Tuesday. in the social hall.
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim will
hold morning services at 9 and
evening services at 8. Rabbi Leo
Y. Goldman will speak on "The
History of Passover" Tuesday and
"The Meanine. of Passover Today"
Wednesday.
Cong. Ahavas Achim services
will be at 8:30 ,a.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Rabbi Milton Arm will preach on
"The Gift of Freedom" Tuesday
and "The Quest for Redemption"

and Security" Wednesday. Evening
services will be at 6:45.
Cong. Bnai Moshe services will
begin at 8:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will speak
on "The Simple Soul" Tuesday and
"Reversed Concepts" Wednesday.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will hold
morning services at 8:45 and eve-

ning services at 6, with Rabbi Ir-
win Groner speaking on "The Rit-
ual of Remembrance" Tuesday and
"How to Number Our Days" Wed-
nesday.
Cong. Beth Shalom's Rabbi Mor-
decai Halpern will speak on "The
Impossible Dream" at 8:45 a.m.
services Tuesday. Evening services
are at 7:15.
Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hold its community seder 6 p.m.
Tuesday. Cong. Beth Moses has
scheduled services for 8:45 a.m.
and 705 p.m. both days. and Tem-
ple Israel will hold services 10:30
a.m. Tuesday.
* *

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

and contemplation, and dramatic
scenes will illustrate the interpre-
tation by centuries of Jewry of
the release from bondage in its
everyday life. Two dance groups
will express the spirit of Passover,
rebirth and spring.
There also will be a scene of
Talmudic pilpul, to expound the

Friday, April 21, 1967-29

thought behind the different con-
cepts. A program of slides and
music will emphasize Passover's
lessons.
Refreshments and community
singing will be featured.
Tickets are available at the door
or through Assaf Orr, director of
Camp Shomria, UN 4-5696.

HAVE A DELICIOUS

Manischewitz.
PASSOVER

Manis o c h e

Israeli Third Seder Set
by Hashomer Hatzair

The youth of Hashomer Hatzair
will hold their annual Israeli third
seder 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor

Zionist Institute.
The Shomria Youth Choir will
offer a selection of songs of joy

Produced under strict Rabbinical

Wednesday.

Cong. Beth Ilillel will have serv-
ices 8:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. both
days. Rahhi .Joel Litkc will discuss
"Freedom .1s Never Expendable"
Tuesday and "By the Sweat of the
Brow and the l'ush of a Button"

Wednesday.

Catholic College Hosts
Talks on U.S. Jews,
Sufferings in Spain

NEW Iti)CHELLE, N.Y. (JTA)
—Sixty Catholics, most of them
nuns from Catholic seminaries in
Westchester County, a suburb of
New York City, heard two rabbis
Monday discussing the persecutions
suffered by Spanish Jewry during
the Inquisition in the 15th Century,
and the situation of Jews in Ger-
many during the years preceding
World War II and the rise of
Nazism and the Hitler regime.
The reports were given in con-
clusion of a three-day conference
on "The Making and Identity of
the American Jew," held at the
College of New Rochelle, a Catho-
lic institution. The conference was
sponsored by seven Catholic insti-

tutions and the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith which de-
scribed the parley as "the first of
its kind in the United States."
Rabbi Arthur Gilbert, the
ADL's direCtor of curricular re-
search. recalled the persecution
of Jews by the Inquisition in
Spain. Rabbi Bertram Korn, of
Cong. Keneseth Israel, Philadel-
phia, lectured about pre-Nazi
Germany's Jews and about Jew-
ish immigration into the United
States generally.
Further historical details on the
fate of Spanish Jewry were added
by Dr. Joseph F. O'Callaghan of
Fordham Un iversity.
Sister Mary Robert Falls, presi-
dent of the College of New Ro-
chelle. said after the conference
that she has "regrets" over the
persecution of Spanish Jewry by
the Inquisition "but it's not a
matter of guilt. That's the one
thing we have to get away from.
You and I are not responsible
for what happened in 1467. We are
responsible for what happens in
1967 and 2067."

Loft's candies, another happy portion
of the joyous Passover celebration

Stock up with delicious Loft's candies at Hudson's for your traditional family
gathering, for holiday gift giving. These candies have been made in full compliance
with Jewish dietary laws, and are also parve. Find assorted Loft's Miniature
chocolates in a special holiday box, 2 pounds 4.50, 1 pound 2.25, as well as
Loft's assorted flavors in fruit slices, 1 pound 1.25. You'll want some in each
selection from Hudson's Candy Shops—Downtown, 1st floor; Northland, 2nd level.

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