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January 28, 1972 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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Friday, Janonry 28, 1972-23

Hasidic Massie to Hi hl Oh
Temple Israel Sabbath Service'

The music of the Hasidim will be In March, a new arrangement
highlighted at Sabbath Eve serv- of the Sephardic liturgy, as corn-
ices 11:30 p.m. today at Temple posed by Cantor Charles Davidson,
Israel will be offered, and there will be
- The liturgy of the service will a multi-media sermon based - on
be in the Haisidic idiom, and Can "I Never Saw Another Butteiv
for Harold Orbach and the tem- fly," a collection of poems and,
pie choir will do a sermon in song, drawings by the children at the
truring which,bi will explain the Theresienstadt concentration camp..
signiffeance of the -music._ The The choir of Oak Park High School
choir inelndes Mrs. "Robert Ben= will Sing the choral portions of the
yes,- Mrs. Julius Chilies,- Robert
Angus and Sidney Resnick.
The April musical , 41eivjer '1
The Hasidic servioe will be highlight a rock sermon in
the first of three special musical presented by, the High' Schaal
Friday nights planned in the Choraliers, "Joseph and His Amnta
cawing weeks.
ing Technicolor Dreameoate



Men's_InterCongrearational Dinner
to Be Hosted by Beth Abraham-Hillel

The 39th annual men's Inter- Synagogue Men's Club Feb _ . 8 at
Congregational Dinner will be the synagogue.
hosted by Beth Abraham-Hillel Chairman of arrangements lid
Bernhard Lichtenstein, and toast;
master will be Dr. Robert Schleif.
Harry Left is men's club presi.:
Rabbi Israel Halpern will intro-
duce guest speaker Rabbi Irwin-
(Copyright 1971 JTA, Inc.)
E. Witty, dean of the Hebrew
Jews are forbidden to consume Teachers College and executive
the meat from the hind part of director of the combined boards
of Jewish Education of Toronto,
The basic reason for prohibiting His topic will be "Survival Is,Not
the use of the .hind quarter is Enough." Tickets are available
because. df the biblical restriction from the synagogue office.
against eating the sinew of the
More than 30 metropnlftan Ire*
thigh-Vein - which is upon .the hol- synagogues—Orthdox, Coney/attire
low of lhe thigh (Genesis 32:33). and Reiorin=are participating .
Since the - vein and the nerve sys- the event.
tem which travels down the back
of the leg is so complex, it takes
a great deal of diligence and skill
to purge this section and yet leave
the hind quarter intact Therefore,
our--communities do not consume
this part of the animal. There are,
however, some communities which
Temple Beth El's 30th annual
do have experts and thus consume
this part of the animal after B. Benedict Glazer Institute on
Judaism for the Christian Clerf2I-
purging the appropriate section.
0 • *
men of Metropolitan Detroit
The sinew of the thigh is pro- be held Feb. 11 at Temple Beth
El. .
--bibited by the Bible.
At the first 10 a.m. session;
Some--cominentaries _explain that
the sinew of the Thigh is.tirohibit ed the invocation will be given by
because the patriarch Jacob—was Rabbiltiehard.„C„Hertz, and Rev.
'of eentrel
injured there during his struggle Dr. Richard
with the angel. Some amplify this Methodist Church will V press .
reason by claiming that Jacob was Rabbi Jack Spiro will discuss
injured because his Efeople left him "Religious Education in the Age
alone. and thus prohibiting this of Aquarius".
section reminds us to look out for
At--the second session, at -
the safety of others. Others com-
11:15, Rev. Dr. Robert G.
ment that this restriction reminds
Middleton of the First Baptist
us of the jeopardy in which our Church, Birniingham, will Pre-
being exposed side, and Rabbi Emil L Facken-
people live,,
re are those who try
to attack. Te
beim will lecture on "Jewish
to claim that because this area is
Existence in an Epoch.Making

Forbidden Parts

of Cattle Meat

Clergymen Invited'
to Beth El-Institute
on Judaism Feb
e. 11:

so easily subject to injury and ir-
ritation, the inflammation of this
At the 12:45 p.m. luncheon
section which lies along the sciatic session, the invocation will be
nerve, is quite prevalent. Thus, given by Rabbi Morton M. Kanter.
there will always be some irritation T:ie Rev. D. Robert .L. Kincheloe,
and inflammation which might pro-
executive director of the Metro-
duce lesions and infections in the

animal. Some venture to guess that
this area contains sinew tissue
which is hard to digest. We thus
find the combination of historical
as well as hygienic reasons' for
this prohibition.

Beth Achim to Hold
Saturday Eve Social

A family melave milka is being
planned by Cong. Beth Achim 8:30
p.m. Saturday, it was announced .
by Sidney Silverman, the congre-
gation's president
Silverman will conduct a guided
tour of the congregation's new
building which is rapidly approach-
ing cempletion.
...Cantor Simon Bermanis will s per-
form the ceremony of .11avdala,
which will precede the melave
Christopher Morgan Loy, a pian-
ist and music major at Oakland
University, will play. _ •
There is no admission charge.

politan Detroit Council of Churches,
will preside, and greetings will be
presented by the Most Rev. Walter
J. Sehoenherr, auxiliary bishop,
Archdiocese of Detroit, delegate
for the clergy; Rev. Dr.-Frederici
G. Sampson, Tabernacle illissioi ✓5
ary Baptist Church; and Di.:
Charles 0. Erickson, Birmingham.
United .Church of Christ.
Rabbi Spiro is national director
of the commission on Jewish edu-'
cation of the Union of Americ
Hebrew Congregations and flte.
Central Conference of American
Rabbis. He is the author -of-„"A
Time to-Mourn" and co-author of
"The Living Bible." .
Rabbi Fackenheim, professor Or
philosophy at the -University of
Toronto, has contributed more
than 100 articles and reviews to ,
scholarly periodicals. He authored
"Metaphysics and Historicity," -
"Paths to Jewish Belief," "Quest
for Past and Future: Essays in
Jewis'i Theology" and "God's
Presence intilistory."


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