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September 14, 1973 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWB Plans Holy Day Services for GIs, Veterans Everywhere

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I Urs.A—k,ivitiaii i du-

bis will join Jewish military
chaplains and military lay
leaders in conducting Rosh
Hashana and Yom Kippur
services at over 600 domestic
military installations and
,

WANTED
BAAL TEFILAH

Must also be,a Baal Tekiah

—needed for High Holy
Days for small 30-family
liberal conservative con-

gregation.

Call RABBI KAPLAN

in Midland, Michigan at
517 - 835 - 8423

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Iwo-

pitals and on Army trans-
ports and Navy vessels on
the high seas.
The commission on Jewish
chaplaincy of the National
Jewish Welfare Board has
arranged for the civilian
rabbis to visit where no full-
time Jewish chaplain is sta-
tioned, it was announced by
Rabbi Emanuel Rackman,
chairman of the commission.

The civilians will officiate
at Beale AFB, Castle AFB,
George AFB, all in Califon
nia; Wright-Patterson AFB
near Dayton, Ohio; Ft. Hua-
chuca, Arizona; and the Pa-
nama Canal Zone. Rabbi Jo-
shua L. Goldberg will con-

duct services at the Navy
complex in Naples, Italy.

With Renown Cantor Seymour Greenstein

ROSH HASHANA

Sept. 26, 27, 28

YOM KIPPUR

Oct. 5, 6

At the Einstein School

AIR CONDITIONED NALL

14001 Northend, Oak Park

Donation $15

For Info Call

Sol Kleinman
KE 5-3589

SOUTHFIELD-10 MILE

Congregation Shomrey Emunah

25451 Southfield Road
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES

will be conducted in the new synagogue
Area Residents Are Invited

Reservations can be made by calling 557-9666
at the synagogue evenings, 6-8 p.m.

Congregation Shomrey Emunah

Afternoon Hebrew School

BEGINNERS' CLASS

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 3:30-5:00 p.m.

For more information, call 557-9666

*CONGREGATION
B'NA1 ISRAEL

143 ONEIDA ROAD ,
PONTIAC , MICHIGAN
Affiliate — United
Synagogues of America

*HIGH HOLY
DAY SEATS

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

It is forbidden to eat meat
and dairy foods together.
Basically, the rabbis in the
Talmud have derived this
from a verse in the Bible
where boiling a kid in its
mother's milk (Exodus 23:
19) (Exodus 34:26) (Deut. 14:
21) (Chulin 113A) is prohibit-
ed. Those who are concern-
ed with supplying reasons
for Biblical commandments
offer a number of explana-
tions. Some contend that
meat and dairy products are
two different species in the
creation. Mixing the two
would be erasing the iden-
tity of the species. This
would be contrary to the de-
sign of the Cr e a t o r who
created every species ex-
pecting each to retain its
identity. The Kabalists con-
tend that to mix meat and
dairy products would be a
means of denying the Al-
mighty's design in creating
the world. Others claim that
harmony of man's own being
would be upset. Some even
try to indicate that there
would be a sort of chemical
reaction.
There are also those who
contend that man would abort
moral perfection because the
discipline of keeping the two
kinds of food apart leads to
man's holiness. There are
also those who contend that
milk is a by-product of the
blood and eating milk and
meats would be like eating
blood with meats.
Even cooking the two to-
gether is prohibited even if
one doesn't eat the mixture.
The language of the pro-
hibition in the Torah is actu-
ally phrased by stating the
law against cooking the kid
in its mother's milk. Some
indicate that this used to be
a means of idol worship.
Thus, Jews are prohibited
from imitating this practice.
Others claim that this is an
act of cruelty because it
would dull the sensitivity of
the human heart by actual-
ly destroying the mother and
the child together in one
gulp or in one pot.

Canadians Soften
on Intermarriage

SEPT. 26, 27, 28
OCT. 5, 6

*HEBREW SUNDAY SCHOOL
*MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE

MR. EDWARD AVADEWKA

Ticket Chairman
681 - 9237
Membership
626 - 2234
Rabbi L. Berman M. Goldman, President
A
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Meat and Dairy
Mixing of Food

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

Shaarit Haplaytah Announces
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Jack Waksberg, Chairman — 548-6785
24291 Berkley
Oak Park
Abe Weberman
Sonia Popowski 557-3994
626-6903

To enhance the meaning
of the High Holy Days for
men stationed away from
home, JWB has sent the tra-
ditional kosher foods, Torah
scrolls, prayer books and
prayer shawls, skull caps,
ram's horns, Jewish calen-
dars and inspirational litera-
ture to military installations
around the globe. JWB has
also provided religious ma-
terials for servicemen on
duty at embassies overseas,
for foreign service personnel,
and Peace Corps personnel
serving in remote regions.



TORONTO (JTA) — Cana-
dians are more tolerant now
than they were in 1968 to-
ward interfaith marriages,
according to a Canadian Gal-
lup Poll.
The poll showed that 16 per
cent of adults said they dis-
approved of marriages be-
tween Catholics and Protes-
tants and between Jews and
non-Jews. The figure in 1968
was 28 per cent. A larger
proportion — 67 per cent —
now approve of Catholic-
Protestant marriages than
between Jews and non-Jews-
56 per cent.

Three cassettes are avail-
able for the fall holiday
period—Selihot, High Holy

Days and Sukkot. The cas-
settes contain descriptions of
the occasions and liturgical
melodies related to the spe-
cial days as a guide to the

services.
Ambulatory Jewish pa-
tients in VA hospitals usually
participate in services. At
some military posts, leave
will be granted to permit
men to travel home for the
holidays while a number of
men will be offered home
hospitality in local communi-
ties.

Vaad to Honor Donin

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis (Vaad Harabonim)
will honor Rabbi and Mrs.
Hayim Donin at a farewell
luncheon noon Thursday at
t h e council headquarters.
The Donins plan to make
their home in Israel. Rabbi
James I. Gordon will deliver
greetings on behalf of the
council.

Friday, Sept. 14, 1973-25

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At

TEMPLE ISRAEL, we hold to the philosophy that each Jewish Con-
gregation has its own special emphasis that makes it unique and distinct;

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we believe that every family in the Jewish com-
munity should belong to a Congregation, not only for what he receives
in the way of services, but for what he can give by way of support—
both financial and personal—to the principal instrument of Jewish sur-
vival in his community;

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we recognize Judaism as a way of life to be
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At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we maintain that prayer is one of mankind's most
exquisite expressions of faith in God and concern for his fellow man,
but we also believe that prayer need not be dull and expressionless,
that it should take on new forms through vocal and instrumental music,
through dance and interpretive expression and through other forms of
experimentation;

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we feel deeply the need to educate both our chil-
dren and ourselves. Our children are educated in a Religious School
graded from pre-kindergarten (age 4) through High School (12th Grade)
and in a Hebrew Department which offers a minimum of four years of
training for Bar and Bat Mitzvah, but which also provides nine years of
Hebrew study for the serious student!

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we recognize the equality of the sexes, holding
that worship and study, participation and planning, are roles for man
and woman, boy and girl;

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we are concerned for the Family, and we arrange
Shabbat Dinners, Sabbath Worship, Holiday programs and social activ-
ities (even a Congregational Picnic) to involve families in doing things
together Jewishly;

At TEMPLE ISRAEL, we like to think that we create a feeling of
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If you think you'd like to join us at TEMPLE ISRAEL . . . then call our
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TEMPLE ISRAEL

A Congregation of Liberal Judaism

Rabbis: DR. M. ROBERT SYME • HAROLD S. LOSS • DR. LEON FRAM
Educational Director: Cantor Arthur Asher
Cantor: Harold Orbach
863-7769
17400 Manderson Road

Temple Israel Invites the Jewish Community of Detroit

To Attend Its Annual SELICHOT Service
Saturday Night, September 22, Beginning at 10:30 P.M.
Social Reunion and Refreshments Followed by the Selichot Service
Music by Cantor Orbach and the Temple Israel Choir
An Original Service of Worship to Usher in the High Holy Day Season
Mischa Mischakoff Will Play Liturgical Melodies On the Violin

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