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September 08, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-08

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lb—Friday, September 8, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mitzres in Shopping Center

Ahavas
rabbi. Millon
Arm. and pre,idont. Or Manuel
Feldman. announce that High
Holiday ,erv:CCS Will he conducted
under the synagogue's auspice, at
Northbrook Pre , hyterian Church.
Southfield.
Ahava, Achim has recently pur-
chased 10 acre, of land on Utiliser
Road near 12 Mile. and it will soon
commence building so that by the
IlLM Holiday, in 1968 services will
be held on its Own premises.
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum. prin-
c.pal of the Akiha Hebrew High
School of Cleveland, will preach
the High Holiday sermons. Cantor
Irving Ross of Wantagh, IA_ will
chant the liturgy.
For tickets as well as member-
ship information, call the syna-
gogue. UN 4-6428.

DONATE . . -

BETTER

DM GOOD DEED

The Chabad-Lubavitch Organization's tefillin campaign took 13
young rabbis and rabbinical students throughout the city last week,
stopping at places where Jews congregate. Here, Rabbi Manis
Freedman of Brooklyn helps Hugh Sanders with the prayers and
laying of tefillin in front of the Dexter-Davison Center in Oak Park.
The group also visited hospitals, old-age homes, youth centers and
other institutions in an attempt to encourage observance of the
daily mitzva. Also in the tefillin booth were items on display, such
as publications and records of Hasidic music.

Weekly Quiz

Your old Books IL Paperbacks

to the

Bnai Moshe Series Set
to Open on Tuesday

Six days that shook the world
will he reviewed by a panel of
press and radio personalities par-
ticipating in the lecture series of ,
Cong. Bnai Moshe 8:15 p.m. Tues- 1
day, with author-producer Dore
Schary.
A limited number of individual
tickets for the Schary lecture are
available. They may be obtained
in advance at the synagogue office
or at the door.

By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

(Copyright 1967, JTA Inc.)

the statement found in the book
Brandeis U. Library
Pirke D'R'Eliezer (Chapter 46)
generous tax deducation
where it is contended that it was
For Pickup Call
on the first of the current month
The codifier "Tur" (Rabbi Ja- of Elul that Moses ascended the
cob Baal haTurim a traces this Mountain of Sinai for the second
Nat'l Women's Comm.
time to receive the second set of
practice Orakh Hayyim 6811 to tablets bearing the Ten Command-
ments. On this occasion the shofar
was sounded and heard throughout
the camp of Israel as a warning to
HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICES
the people not to repeat the sin of
the Golden Calf or any other sin
in the new Sanctuary of
while Moses was engaged at the
mountain top in their behalf. Rabbi
Eleazar Rokeah, the medieval
24061 Coolidge, Ook Park
codifier and mystic fRokealL 208)
• claims that the shofar is blown in
SEATS NOW AVAILABLE TO NON-MEMBERS
the synogague from the first day
of the current month of Elul until
For information on reservations call 398-1177
the Day of Atonement (Tom Kip-
pur). This is a span of forty days
Office open 700 - 9:00 P.M. (Sunday - Thursday)
and represents the forty days that
Moses spent on the mountain dur-
ing which the shofar was blown
every day to remind the people of
Israel to retain a state of virtuous
behavior. Our custom, however, is
to blow the 'shofar daily (except
Saturday) until the day before
15140 W. 10 MILE RD., OAK PARK
Rosh Hashana. Some observe
that many used to spend this period
in fasting from sunrise to sunset
Invites our neighbors to join us in worship for the
and on a public fast day it was
High Holidays—Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur
traditional, to blow the shofar.
Some communities practice the
in our newly enlarged, air-conditioend synagogue.
custom of blowing the shofar both
Ticket Committee will be available: 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.,
in the morning as well as in the
evening after the services in the
Monday thru Thursday, 10 a.m. 'til noon Sunday.
synagogue. This is because it was
then that there was an assembly
of people in the synagogue. Our
FOR INFORMATION CALL:
practice confines the blowing of
the shofar to the morning service.
(Rabbenu .Asher. at the end of
Tractate Rosh Hashanah: Tur,
Orakh Hayyim, 681: Rabbi Isser-
les commentary to Shulhan Aruh
Orakh Hayyim, 681).
* * s

Why is the Shofar blown every
morning (except Saturday morn-
ing) in the synagogue during
this current month?

398-8877

y

The New Temple will hold a
pre-carnival party 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday with dinner and dancing
around the pool of Mr. and Mrs.

TEFILLIN
BOOM

Ahavas Achim Loaned
(lurch Premises for
South field Services

I

Congregants Prepare Ne w Temple Carnival

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF OAK-WOODS

YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

LI 1-4575

or

398-0222

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

Continues its 1967 Lecture Series

On
TUESDAY
Sept. 12, 1967
8:15 P.M.

with

DORE SCHARY

Noted Author, Producer
and Humanitarian

On the Subject:
"THE SIX-DAY WAR—
AND WHAT IT MEANT"

In: The Main Auditorium,
Ten Mile Road at Kenosha,
Oak Park

FOLLOWED BY: "MEET-THE-PRESS" Questioning Panel
COMING NOVEMBER 2: Ralph McGill, Publisher, Atlanta
Constitution on: "The Shrinking World We Live In"

Subscription for both Lectures S5.00 a couple.
Individual tickets $1.50 a person each lecture.

Tickets available at the Synagogue Office:
14390 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park, LI 8-9000

Where did the name "Pale-
stine" originate?
The name "Palestine" which
means "the country of the Phili-
stines" was first conferred on the B
coastal region of the land of Israel
by Greek navigators. To them the
interior was insignificant and a
part of the coast did belong to the B
Philistines at one time. After the
Romans destroyed Jerusalem and ,
the Temple in the 2nd Century •
they called the entire country. . a
Syria Palestina because they want-
ed to consider Palestine as a part
of Syria so that there would be no
connection anymore between the a
land and the Jewish people. In
current history, those who refuse
to recognize the State of Israel
likewise refer to the country as a
"Palestine."

The shortest run on record of
a theater play was that of "The
Intimate Revue" at the Duchess
Theater London. on March 11.
1930.
Anything which could go '
wrong did. With scene changes - B
taking up to 20 minutes apiece, the
management scrapped seven scenes
to get the final on before midnight.
The run was described as "half a G
performance."

Leo Silver, 31725 Briarcliff, Frank-
lin Village.

The New Temple Carnival is
scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Mid-
dle Straits Community Association
Clubhouse.
Main prize at the carnival will
be a six-day. all-expense trip to
New York City. There will be
booths, games of skill and chance
and refreshments. The public is
invited.

WHEN YOU ::Pic A COCKTAIL
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HAVE YOU HEARD?

. . . of the new Audio-Visual method for teaching Israeli Hebrew ..

WOULD YOU BELIEVE?

. . . you con speak modern Hebrew in 0

relatively short time . . .

ARE YOU INTERESTED?
. . in conversing with the people and understanding them when you
next visit Israel .

DO YOU, TOO, WISH?

. . . you could understand the Hebrew lounguoge of today and help
your youngsters do so .. .

Call or visit the Hebrew Department at the Jewish Community Center,

18100 Meyers Road, Detroit, Michigan 48235, DI 1-4200.

CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAH

Announces

that the sale of tickets for the High Holy

Days

for its Sanctuary

Schaefer corner Clarita

and for the auxiliary services held

in the

Labor Zionist Auditorium

19161 Schaefer Highway

will take place at the Synagogue

Daily from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00.

For information: Mr. L. Laufer, Ticket 'Chairman, 398-7146

or Rabbi S. Zachariash, 341-1595

Synagogue Membership Available

High Holiday Services Will Be Conducted

By .

CONGREGATION AHAVAS ACHIM

at

21100 West 12 Mile Road, Southfield

CANTOR IRVING ROSS of New York will chant the Liturgy

RABBI MILTON ARM will deliver the sermons on both days

of Rosh Hashanah

RABBI EMANUEL APPLEBAUM
will speak on Yom Kippur

For Tickets and Membership Information Call:

UN 4-6428

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF OAK-WOODS

Presents world renowned Cantor

CHASKELLE RITTER

and the
Saper-Hazmir Choir

Sabbath Services, September 16, 1967 at 9:00 A. M.

Concert, Sunday, September 17, 1967 at 7 . 30 P. M.

Cards of Admission $5.00

For Reservations Call 398-1177

Tickets may be obtained at:

Borenstein's Book Store, 13535 West Seven Mile, Detroit

Spitzer's Book Store, 24900 Coolidge, Oak Park

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