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September 26, 1969 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-26

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16—Friday, September 26, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS CI 1 1

Dinner Nets $6.1,000 in Israel Bonds

' Sukkot
m

Festival to Start at Sundown

Sukkot, the Feast of Taber-
nacles. a holid'ay of harvest and
Thanksgiving. w ill begin this eve-
ning at surulqwn. Services, fol-
lowed by Sukkij tocials, will mark
the first two clays of the eight-
clay festival itiunples the first
day only ).
Congregations which have in-
dicated their • schedules are as
follows:
Young Israel of Oak-Woods will
hold ser% ices 6:15 p.m. today and
9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Rab-
bi James 1. Gordon will speak on
"The Essential Features of an
Etrog" and 7Siikka: Symbol of
G e n u i n e Jewish Faith," each

morning, respectively. Junior Con-
gregation services. under Rabbi

Melvin Sachs. will be held 10
a.m. in the chapel.

Cong. Beth Shalom services
will be held 6 p.m. today and 9
a.m. both m o r n i n g s. Rabbi
Mordecai Halpern's sermon Sat-
urday will be on "The Chosen"
Services that evening will start
at 6:15. On Sunday morning at
9, religious school children will
be consecrated; and Mark
Fitzerman and Lauren Wen will
deliver sermonettes.
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
'Bar Mitzva Factories' Assailed
has scheduled services for 8 p.m.
CHICAGO (JTA) — Suburban binical, considered the activity "a today and 10 a.m. Saturday, when
"Bar Mitzva factories" have been purely commercial enterprise — a Rabbi Philip Berkowitz will speak
denounced in a statement by the profit-making venture which seeks on "The Symbols of Our Feast."
Synagogue Council of the North- to debase Jewish religious life." His topic tonight will be "The
west Suburbs of Chicago. repre- He pointed out that the "center" Beauty of Life."
Temple Emanu-El services will
senting the 15 major synagogues was not affiliated with either of
the two major educational systems be held 8:15 p.m. today. Rabbi
in eight Chicago suburbs.
Jewish
community
of
serving the
Milton Rosenbaum will discuss
The specific target of the de- Greater Chicago — the Board of "The Pain of Gratitude." Robert
nunciation was a "non-synagogue- Jewish Education and the Associ- Schwartz, Bar Mitzva. Rabbi
affiliated" Private Educational ated Talmud Torahs.
Rosenbaum will speak on "Why
Center which, the statement said,
The statement warned Jewish Those Plants" at 10:30 a.m. serv-
purported to offer preparation of parents in communities served by ' ices Saturday. Prior to services,
the ceremony fOr candidates, ac- the 15 member congregations to he children will bring baskets of fruit
cording to the Sentinel. Chicago wary of commercial appeals for and sweets to the sukka which
Jewish weekly.
"Bar Mitzva factories which later will be given to needy
Max Rabin, president of the would deny their boys and girls . recipients.
Synagogue Council, said affiliates a legitimatae Jewish education,
Birmingham Temple will hold
of the agency adopted unanimously identified with the synagogue, the , services 8:30 p.m. today, when
the statement which assailed ef- central institution and repository Rabbi Sherwin Wine will speak
forts to reduce Jewish education of Jewish survival."
on "The Fear of Giving."
to the "primitive and unintelligent
Rabin cited the original prospec-
Cong. Beth Abraham Sukkot
level" of training for the ceremony tus: for the Synagogue Council, services will be held 5:55 evenings
without relationship to commit which was organized in 1963, which and 8:30 mornings. Rabbi Israel
ments through synagogue affilia- urged "restraint from appealing to Halpern will . speak on "flow to
tion. The rabbis and congrega- the lowest taste and value judg- Enjoy Your Faith" Saturday and
tional presidents were reported to ment in the emphasis on the Bar "How to Bring Back the Good
have been particularly critical of Mitzva celebration without em- Old Days" Sunday.
a mailing sent out by the Private phasis on the mitzvah of Torah
Cong. Beth Achim's sched-
Educational Center which declared learning." The statement also op
ule is 6 p.m. today and 8:30
that "We are not a synagogue posed "shopping for the cheapest,
a.m, both days at the Schaefer
and de do not want to be one .
easiest and quickest religious and
building. Rabbi Benjamin Gor-
we are not here to build edifices." educational requirements as a cri-
relick will preach on "Sukkot-
said that Jewish leader- terion of affiliation" with a syna-

the Joy of Simplicity" and
ship in the suburbs, lay and rab- gogue.
"Satus Seekers—Jewish Style,"
each morning, respectively. At
suburban services, to be held
8:30 a.m. both days, Rabbi
Milton Arm will speak on "The
Cong. Bnai Moshe will resume versational Hebrew by .Hannan
Security of Insecurity" and
adult study courses Tuesday. with Weizman.
"Wellsprings of Ha ppi nes s."
a range of classes from `beginners The "Crises" course will be
Evening services today will be
and elementary conversational Ile- taught by Rabbi Moses Lehrman
at 6; Saturday at 6:15.
brew to "Crises of Our Times and during the second hour through
Jewish Law.' Classes begin at Nov. 4. From Nov. 18 through Dec. 1 Temple Israel services will be
held
8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Fram
8:15, with two one-hour sessions 23, when all classes will conclude,
followed by refreshments.• a course in "Modern Jewish Au- will preach on "The Story of
The first hour sessions, besides thorn" will be taught by a panel Sukkot." Dougl as Rouff, Bar
Hebrew, are "Liturgy and Haftora of in. tru
rs, including Dr. Lew- Mitzva. Services Saturday will he
Reading" taught by Cantor Louis rence Ber ove, associate profes- at 10:30 a.m.
- Young Israel of Greenfield serv-
Klein: and "Crucial Chapters in sor of English and American litera-
Jewish History" taught by Dr. i ture at the University of Michigan; ices will be held 6:05 p.m. today
Benjamin Yapko, associate super- Mrs. Henry Berris, general chair- and 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
intendent of the United Hebrew man of the Jewish Book Fair; and Rabbi Samuel Prero's sermon
Schools. Beginners Hebrew is Mrs. Seymour Ricklin, coordinator topics will be "Spiritual Famine
taught by Mark Eichner and con- of special projects of the Uni- Amidst Material Plenty" and "The
versity Center of Adult Education. Role That Israel Plays Among the
Registration will take place 7:50- Nations Today."
Temple Beth El Sukkot services
8: 15 p.m. Tuesday. For informa-
'
tion, call the synagogue, LI 8-9000. will be at 5:30 today and 10:30
a.m. Saturday. Rabbi M or to n
Kanter will preach on "Why Live
Smithfield Beth Achim in a Lean-To Today?"
offers ten-day trip to
Cong. Bnai Jacob will hold
Offers Daily Services
Israel during
services 6:05 p.m. today and 9
Dr. Saul Rosenblum and Hyman
November and January
a.m. Saturday. Rabbi I. Isaac will
Margolis, co-chairmen of the ritual
discuss "Sukkot."
all inclusive
committee of Cling. Beth Achim,
The New Temple will celebrate
Includes
announce that morning and eve-
Sukkot at services 8:30 p.m. today
ning weekday services are benig
• Round trip jet transportation
at
Birmingham Unitarian Church.
(economy class) via El Al
conducted at the Southfield build-
Marshall Solomon, Bar Mitzva.
• First Class Hotels
ing. 21100 W. 12 Mile.
At
7 p.m. Sunday, a service will
• 2 meals a day
Daily morning services begin at
• Porterage for baggage
7:15. Evening services, which vary be held in the sukka erected at
• Transfers
the church.
subject to sunset, are now being
• Entrance fees
Adas Shalom Synagogue will
recited at 6:15.
• Specially selected guides
hold services 6 p.m. today and
licensed by the Ministry of
8:45 - both mornings. Following
When
men
are
pure,
laws
are
Tourism
useless; when men are corrupt, each service, a reception will he
For further Information call
I held in the sukka.
42644124 or 642-9332.
laws are broken.
Cong. Bnai Moshe services are
—Benjamin Disraeli.

.A t total of $65,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions was announced at
the combined Young Israels Pre-High Holy Day leadership reception
dinner. At the head table. (from left, seated) are: David 1. Berris,
Rabbi James I. Gordon of Young Israel of Oak-Woods and Phillip
Stollman, president of that congregation and chairman of the Israel
Bond Congregational and High Holy Day Council; (standing) Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka, rabbi-emeritus of Young Israel of Greenfield; Lew
Norman. guest star; Sanford Eisenberg, president; and Rabbi Samuel
H. Prero of Young Israel of Greenfield.

Bnai Mosh Slates Adult Courses

American Habonim
Association

$439

scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday and
Saturday. Morning
p.m.
5:45
services will start at 8:45. Junior
congregation will meet b o th
mornings.
Temple Beth Am will hold a
family Sukkot service 7:30 p m.
today.

at 9 a.m. services Sunday.
Cong. Beth Hillel services will
be at 6:05 p.m. and 8:45 a.m.
both days. Kidush in the sukka
will follow.
Cong. Beth Moses will hold
services 6:10 p.m. and 8:45 a.m.

We refuse praise from a desire
Cong. Bnai David services are
to he praised twice.—La Roche-
set for 6 evenings and 8:30
foucauld.
mornings. Kidush will be served
in the synagogue sukka, dec-
orated by the youth clubs.
Junior congregation will meet
Fine Men's Clothes
at 10 a.m. each day.
for Over 35 Years
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will hold
HARRY
THOMAS
services 6 p.m. today and 8:45
15200 W. 7 Mile Rd.
a.m. Saturday. The Bar Mitzva
3 Blks. E. of Greenfield
of MiChael Klein will be observed

OPEN SUN. 11-4

BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE PRESENTS

THE FALL LECTURE SERIES

FEATURING

A SERIES OF TEN DISCUSSIONS

ON

THE REAL HISTORY OF THE JEWS

A HUMANIST PERSPECTIVE

MONDAY EVENINGS, 8:30 - 10 P.M.

Robert Frost Junior High, Oak Pork
Registration: Monday, October 6, 8:00-8:30
Tuition: Members — Ten Dollars. Non-Members — Fifteen Dollars

Under the Distinguished Patronage of

Her Excellency GOLDA HEIR
Prime Minister of Israel

His Excellency

General ITZHAK RABIN

the Ambassador of Israel

Rany Hirsch Presents, in Co-operation with

America-Israel Cultural Foundation

Direct from U.S.S.R. and Israel
Where She Was Received
With Stormy Enthusiasm
FIRST TOUR IN THE FREE WORLD

THE SOfsfGSTRESS

NEHAIMA

LIFSCHITZ

SOUL OF RUSSIAN JEWRY

Comes to Detroit
for ONE Concert Only
Wednesday, October 22, 8:20 p.m.

MASONIC AUDITORIUM

':A small figure, for the first time, stands on the stage in Israel.

A figure which sings songs, plain and wonderful — songs of the
Jewish people—songs of joy—songs of a people in whom burns a will

to live—songs of longing and songs or resistance...

IN A PROGRAM OF YIDDISH, HEBREW,
ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN SONGS

Tickets and Mail orders: $6.50, $5.50, $4.50, $3.50

at Masonic Auditorium, J. L. Hudson's, & Grinnell's
Groups Information: Mrs. E. Hoffman
Telephone (3131 546-9488

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