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September 11, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20—Friday, September 11, 1970

TRAVELING

YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH

15751 W. 101/2 Mile Rd.

SPECIAL ISRAEL TOURS AVAILABLE

aee. 862-0963

353-6750

Have You Been Thinking
About Joining a Synagogue...
BUT Somehow Never Got
PPP
Around To Do It

"If Not Now When?"

Ethics of the Fathers

We Have A Number of
Memberships Available

For Details Contact Our Office:

356-8210

CONG. BNAI DAVID

Dr. Maier Befen

Membership Chairman

TEMPLE
ISRAEL

A Congregation of Liberal Judaism

Announces to the Community the Opening of Its New

Season of Religious and Educational Activities

Membership in Temple Israel entitles each family not only to Religious
School enrollment for each child, but also to seatings for the enttire
family at the

HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES

Which Begin With Rosh Hashanah Eve

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

The Holiday Sermons Will Be

Delivered By

DR. LEON FRAM

DR. M. ROBERT SYME

The Great Music of the Holidays

Will Be Rendered By

Cantor Harold Orbach and the Choirs of Temple Israel

The opening of Religious School takes place on Sunday,
Sept. 20 for pupils from kindergarten through High
School, with the exception of Grades 7 and 8, which
meet on Saturday, Sept. 19.

Hebrew School commences on Monday, September 21

Schools Directed by Cantor Arthur Asher

To enroll your children in our schools and to insure their observance of
Bar Mitzvah and Confirmation and their participation in Youth Activi-
ties, as well as to arrange for High Holy Day seating, you are invited
to communicate with cur Administrator, Frank L. Simons, at the
Temple office.

THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS INVITED

To Join the Membership of Temple Israel

AI Our MIDNIGHT SELICHOT SERVCE

Saturday Night, Sept. 26, 10:30 P.M. to 12 Midnight

Featuring the participation of the Temple Israel Youth and a

new, Creative Worship Experience in Multi-Media Form

TEMPLE ISRAEL

17400 MANDERSON RD. at MERTON

UNiversity 3 7769

-

WASHINGTON—The High Holy
this year mark the "Bar
Mitzva" of one of the nation's
most distinguished and popular
Jewish collections.
Since its doors opened in 1957. !
nearly 123.000 persons from all
parts of the world have visited the
Philip M. Klutznick Exhibit HAP
of the Bnai Brith Building here,
named for Bnai Brith's 13th presi- I
dent. This year alone, visitors
have come from 25 countries.
Housing the second largest col-1
lection of Judaica in the United
States, after New York City, tile
Klutznick Exhibit Hall's displays
have ranged from painting, the
graphic arts and sculpture, to
ceremonial art and objects, to his-
toric photographs, manuscripts and
documents.

Days

Everywhere

Call

Anywhere

Klutznick Exhibit Hall
Celebrates 'Bar Mitzva'

School Registration
at Livonia Congregation

Livonia Jewish Congregation is
accepting registration for Sunday
religious school classes, which open
this Sunday. Children from pre-
kindergarten to confirmation age
will be accepted, and their parents
do not have to be members.
The school services residents of
the Livonia area, as well as Farm-
ington, Redford Township and
Southfield.
For information, call Belle Fa-
gan, KE 7-4169, or the principal,
Nathan Fine, 474-3642.

Bnai Israel Schools
to Enroll on Sunday

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

at

BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE

8100 West Seven Mile Road at Greenlawn

Conducted by RABBI ISRAEL I. HALPERN, CANTOR

SHABTAI ACKERMAN and CHOIR, conducted by
ISRAEL FUCHS.

TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR AUXILIARY SERVICES IN NUSBAUM HALL
conducted by Rabbi Martin J. Teitelbaum

Limited Seats Available in Main Sanctuary •
For information on new memberships, High Holy Days Seats, Hebrew
School registration, Call Synagogue Office.

OFFICE HOURS: Daily 9 A.M.-4:30 P.M.—Sunday 10 A.M.-1:00 P.M.

UN 1-6696

Selichot Services will be held Saturday night, September 26th
(no ticket necessary)

ATTENTION:
SOUTHFIELD JEWRY!

High Holiday Services in Area

$25.00 per couple

CONG. LUBAVITCH

( which holds services every Saturday morning at
28470 Lahser Rd.)

Will hold its High Holiday Services in the

Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will
hold registration for the Sunday
religious school 10 a.m. Sunday.
An assembly and meeting for
parents, students and teachers will
follow registration, according to
Rabbi Leonard H. Berman, spiri-
tual leader, and Mel Goldman,
chairman of the education commit-
tee of the congregation.
Hebrew school commences Mon-
day, and Sunday school on Sept.
20.

Stevenson Elementary School on Lahser Rd.

Near Winchester

Rabbi Y. M. Lipszyc will officiate and a

renowned cantor will lead the services

Call 354-5385 or 352-3248

Congregation Beth Hillel

19371 Greenfield at Vassar Drive

is pleased to announce that tickets for

Nigh-

SRAMCezi-

in it's beautiful air-conditioned sanctuary will be sold
Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
The congregation invites new memberships.
No building assessment.

Temple Kol Ami

(formerly The New Temple)

Located in West Bloomfield Township

Welcomes inquiries about its total program from those wishing to affiliate
with a liberal Reform Synagogue in the New Year 5731.

FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES

8:30 P.M. at the Birmingham Unitarian Church, 651 North Woodward,
Bloomfield Hills. Office — 5085 Walnut Lake Road, Walled Lake. Phone
851-5350.

Religious School to be conducted at West Bloomfield High School. Opening
session, September 20, Midweek Hebrew opening session, October 7.

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