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Kol Nidre to Be Chanted -Tonight

The most solemn holy day on
the Jewish calendar—Yom Kippur,
the Day of Atonement — will be
ushered in at Kol Nidre services
sundown today. Yizkor prayers
will be said Saturday, the day of
the Great White Fast.
Synagogues and temples which
have listed their schedules of serv-
ices are as follows:
Shaarey Zedek Synagogue will
hold services 5:45 p.m today, when
Rabbi Irwin Groner will speak on
"Rath Not a Jew Eyes . . .?"
Rabbi Jacob Barkin will chant Kol
Nidre. At 8:30 a.m. services Sat-
urday, the sermon topic will be
"Cast Us Not Away From Thy
Presence." Yizkor will be said at
noon. Children's services will be
supervised by Rabbi Gerald A.
Teller.
Temple Beth El will hold serv-
ices 7 and 9 p.m. today, with Dr.
Richard C. Hertz preaching. Rabbi
Morton M. Kanter will speak at 10
a.m. services Saturday. Children's
services will be held 2 p.m. and
youth services at the same time
in Brown Chapel. The afternoon
adult schedule is 2:45 (memorial
service at 3:45) and 5 p.m. Men
and women in the armed services
are invited without cards of ad-
mission. '
Temple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
will held services 8:30 p.m: to-
day and 10 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi
H. Philip Berkowitz will speak
on "May We Recoinmend Our
Religion to Our Children?" and
"Telling It Like It Is" at the
respective services.
Adas Shalom Synagogue's paral-
lel services will begin at 5:45 p.m.
today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday in
both the main sanctuary and social
hall. Rabbis Jacob E. Segal and
Jonas Goldberg will alternate pul-
pits. Rabbi Segal's sermon will be
"Everyman's Key to Redemption,"
and Rabbi Goldberg will preach on
"Who Desires Life?" Cantor Nich-
olas Fenakel and Associate Can-
tor Larry Vieder will alternate in
chanting the service, assisted by
the synagogue choir.
Youth services will be under the
supervision of Harry S. Bank, di-
rector of youth education. The
Torah reading will be chanted in
both major services by teen-age
members of United Synagogue
Youth, Bruce Goren, Mark Kahn,
Larry Sklar and Jeff Weingarten.
Birmingham Temple Yom Kip-
pur services at Robert Frost School
will begin at 8:30 p.m. today and
10:30 a.m. Saturday. Junior mem-

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hers will have a special service
2:30 p.m. Saturday, and memorial
services will be held at 4. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine will discuss "Living
With Anxiety."
Temple Kol Ami will hold Kol
Nidre services 8:30 p.m., when
Rabbi Ernst Conrad will preach
on "It Shall Come to Pass in the
End of Days." At 10 a.m. services
Saturday, his topic will be "Is This
the Fast That I Have Chosen?"
Children's services are scheduled
for 2:30. The afternoon sermon,
to be given by Rabbi Conrad at
3:30 services, is entitled, "I Am
a Hebrew, and I Revere the Lord."

Coot: Rua' Moshe services are
scheduled for 5:45 p.m. today,
when Rabbi Moses Lehrman will
speak on "The Image of Eter-
nity," and 8:30 a.m. Saturday,
when his topic will be "In Glass
Houses."

Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hold services 6 p.m. today and 9
a.m. Saturday. Rabbi David Jes-
sel will speak on "Where Have All
the Vowers Gone?" and "Moments
to Remember."
Cong. Beth Abraham services
will be held 5:40 p.m. today. At 8
a.m. services Saturday in the main
sanctuary, Rabbi Israel Halpern
and Cantor Shabtai Ackerman will
officate, -with the synagogue choir
led by Cantor Israel Fuchs. In the
auxiliary services, 8:30 a.m. in the
social hall, Rabbi Martin Tatel-
baum and Samuel Portner will of-
ficiate.
Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac's
Kol Nidre services will begin at
5:30 p.m. Rabbi Leonard Berman
will speak on "Judaism's Blue
Chips." At 8 a.m. services Satur-
day, his topic will be "'Recollect
and Rejoice." Yiikor will begin at
11:15 a.m. Children's services are
set for 2:30 p.m. Mel Goldman,
chairman of the education com-
mittee, will superiise the junior
congregation, assisted by the Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth group.
Temple Emanu-El parallel sery
Ices will be held at 8:15 p.m. to-
day in both the sanctuary and
youth room. Rabbi Milton Rosen-
baum will speak on "Can We
Change?" in the sanctuary, and
Dr. Joseph Gutmann will discuss
"Will the Messiah Come?" in the
youth room. Morning services at
9:30 will be led by Rabbi Rosen-
baum, who will speak on "Moral
Pollution." Yizkor is scheduled for
4 p.m., and children's service for
1:30.
Sholem Aleichem Institute serv.

Sukot to Be Celebrated Next Week

Hard on the heels of the High
Holy Days, the eight-day Feast of
Tabernacles — Sukot — will be ob-
served next week. The harvest
festival will begin at services
Wednesday evening, with the fol-
lowing synagogues having listed
their schedules:
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim will
open the holiday at 5:45 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
will preach on "Meaning of Sukot"
at services 9 a.m. Thursday and
on "The Bond With the Land" 9
a.m. Friday.
Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hold services 7 p.m. Wednesday,
when Rabbi David Jessel will
speak on "Suka to Me."
Cong. Huai David services are
set for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and
8:30 a.m. Thursday and Friday.

will be a reception in the suka
adjacent to the synagogue.
Other synagogues that have an-
nounced their schedules are Bnai
Moshe (5:30 evenings, 9 morning),
Beth Hillel (5:30 evenings, 8:45
mornings); Young Israel of Oak-
Woods (5:40 evenings, 9 mornings);
Beth Moses (5:45 p.m. Wednesday,
5:40 p.m. Thursday, 8:45 both
mornings); Shaarey Zedek (5:45
evenings, 8:45 mornings); and
Temple Beth El (10:30 a.m.
Thursday.)

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Jacobsen of Finland and Haas
Taber rd Denmark.

Hambro has been mentioned fre-
quently as a candidate for Thant's
job as UN secretary general. Jacob-
sen has said that be considers
Hambro "a very good candidate."
Following the recent elections at
the UN, Arab states and other anti-
Israel elements have bat part of

their grip on the various commit-
tees and subcommittees of the UN.
Unlike last year, when most com-
mittee chairmen were either Arabs

or Russians or their friends, this
year the division is more even.

There is pictorial license in the
same way as there is poetic
license.—Eugene Delacroix.

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Reciting 'Simla'

By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright 1970, JTA Inc.)
It is customary for the rabbi to
recite the last portion of the
"Shma" aloud in the congregation.
According to the Talmud this
seems to have been the last por-
tion added to the recitation of the
"Shma." It was added especially
because it contains a verse relat-
ing to the Exodus from Egypt.
This is one of the most dominant
themes of Jewish tradition. It also
serves as a bridge from the
"Shma," which is a declaration
of our acceptance of the faith and
commandments to the passages
which speak of the redemption of
Israel, the main redemption being
the historic exodus from Egypt.
Some feel that the recitation of this
additional passage by the rabbi
who does it aloud serves as a re-
minder of the congregation to in-
clude it, as well as focusing the
attention of the congregation on
this passage as being a very im-
portant passage. Others see a
very practical purpose in this mat-
ter. It is assumed that the Rabbi
of the synagogue would be the one
who pays most attention to the
recitation and thus would take the
longest time to recite it. If he
recites it aloud, the cantor is sure
to have waited enough time for
everyone to have recited the
"Shrna" before he goes on with
the prayers.

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late Moshe Haar.
Cong. Beth Shalom- will hold
services 5:45 p.m. today, when
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern will ser-
monize on "Chai Holy Day." Can-
tor Ruben Erlbaum will chant the
liturgy. At 8:45 a.m. services Sat-
urday, Rabbi Halpern will speak
on "Lessons You Have Taught
Me."
Cong. Beth Hillel will hold Kol
Nidre services at 5:45 p.m. Rabbi
Joel Like will speak on "Echoes
of Our Times." At 8 a.m. services
Saturday, his sermon will be on
"Forgive and Forget."
Cong. Bnai David's schedule of
services is 5:45 p.m. today and 8
a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Hayim Do-
mn will preach on "Might and
Spirit."
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods will begin Kol Nidre at 5:45
p.m. Cantor David Greenbaum will
lead services, and Rabbi James I.
Gordon will speak on "The Soul of
the Synagogue." Services Saturday
will begin at 8 a.m. Yizkor will
follow the 11 a.m. sermon by Rabbi
Gordon on "The Return to What?"
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim serv-
ices have been called for 5:40 p.m.
today and 8 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi
Leo Y. Goldman will preach on
"The Responsibility of Man" and
"The Most Holy Day."
Cong. Beth Moses' Yom Kippur
schedule is 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Yizkor will be at noon.

UNITED NATIONS — Edvard
Hambro, newly elected president
of the General Assembly is not
hiding his pride in the fact that he
is of Jewish origin.
Hambro, whose great-grand-
father converted to Christianity,
is the descendent of a family that
arrived in Norway from Copen-
hagen at the middle of the 19th
Century. Another branch emigrat-
ed to England, where it founded
the Hambro Bank in the city of
London. All the Hambro descend-
ants are known to be Christian.
The General Assembly presi-
dent is not the first Seandina-
vian at the UN to be Jewish
or of Jewish origin. Three years
ago, Hambro was joined by Max

CHANUKAH! CHASSIDIC CONCERT

Temple Beth Jacob will begin
services at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Rabbi H. Philip Berkowitz will
speak on "Sukot 1970." At 10 a.m.
services Thursday, the sermon
topic will be "In This Harvest
Season."
Adas Shalom Synagogue services
will be at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday
and 8:45 a.m. Thursday and Fri-
day. Following each service, there

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School, Oak Park, at 8 p.m. to-
day and 10 a.m. Saturday. Both
services will feature a specially
prepared Mahler written by the

MARK THIS DATE ON - YOUR CALENDAR!!!

Rabbi Hayim Donin will speak
on "Suka — Trust in God."
Kidnsh will be served by the
sisterhood in the suka decorated
by the synagogue youth groups.

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ices will be held at Pepper

UN Assembly Head of Jewish_Origin

EMMA SCHAVER

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