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August 23, 1974 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 23, 1974-19
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Rabbi Kagan Speaks in Panama
for Lubavitch Mitzva Drive

HIGH HOLIDAYS

Rabbi Yitschak Kagan,
campus activities director of
the Detroit Lubavitch organi-
zation, is on a speaking tour
You do not have to be a member
of North and Central America
to join us for services.
as one of many "shlikhim"
.*
staging the global five-point
mitzva campaign launched
by the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son. ,
The campaign underscores
the vital protective function
of five mitzvot; a kosher
mezuza on every door, es-
tablishing set daily periods
for Torah-study, the wearing
of tefilin, having a pushke
(charity box) in every home,
and having basic Torah
books.
The main stop of Rabbi
Kagan's tour is Panama City,
where 10 young Lubavitch
14000 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK
hasidic rabbis, with their
wives, are spending the sum-
mer as guests of Jewish
community. They are devot-
ing half a day studying the
Nusach H'Ari Lubavitcher Center

Torah (the first yeshiva-type
* cordially invites you to attend High Holiday * program in Panama's his-
* Services ma vibrant and inspiring atmosphere * tory) and the other half day
teaching Judaism.
For More Information Call the Center at
The rabbis are taking part
in a 25-year-old Lubavitch
program in which rabbinical
students volunteer to spend
Lubavitcher Center Auxiliary•
their summer vacation visit-
ing small Jewish communi-
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
ties around the world.
will once again be conducted at the
Most of these communities
Lessenger School (Albany near Scotia)
are beyond the reach of large
-
SEATS ARE ONLY $15
Jewish communal organiza-
For Ticket Reservations Call the Center at
tions and the Lubavitch emis-
saries are often their one
548-2667
548-2666
annual contact with the Jew-
ish world. The young men

Are Approaching!

visit synagogues, schools,
centers and families intro-
ducing basic Jewish concepts
and encouraging contact with
tradition through observance
of the mitzvot and Jewish
literature.
Rabbi Kagan will be guest
speaker at "Hasidic Evening
with Lubavitch," a mass

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CONGREGATION ADAT SHALOM

Takes Pride in Honoring Its Spiritual Leader

RABBI JACOB E. SEGAL

For -Thirty-five Years of Devoted Service
To the American Community, to Israel
And to the Synagogue

SUNDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER EIGHT

Dinner at Seven O'Clock

GUEST SPEAKER:

DR.EDWARD SANDROW

Special Counsel to the Chancellor
Jewish Theological Seminary of America

SAMUEL FRANKEL

ASSOCIATE CHAIRMEN:

SAMUEL HECHTMAN

SOL EISENBERG

DAVID POLLACK

ROBERT RUCH

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HIGH HOLY DAYS

RABBI YITSCHAK KAGAN

gathering of Jews from Cen-
tral America arranged by
the Maccabi Youth Organiza-
tion.
Rabbi Kagan will also
spend two days in Nashville,
consulting with Rabbi Zal-
man Posner, leading U.S.
authority on the translation
of Lubavitch hasidic litera-
ture.
The rabbi will conclude his
tour by conducting a hasidic
Shabaton in Fort Worth
as the guest of the Fort
Worth Jewish Community
Council.

Adat Shalom Sets
First Bat Mitzva
on Shabat Morning

Andrea Rosen will cele-
brate her Bat Mitzva 9 a.m.
Saturday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, as the syna-
gogue's first Shabat morning
Bat Mitzva.
The daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Seymour Rosen - of
Bradford Cir., Southfield,
Andrea had to complete her
Judaic studies through at
least one year of secondary
education and reach the age
of 14 to be entitled to make
the Maftir Aliya and chant
the Haftara.
The synagogue made the
move for Saturday morning
Bat Mitzva celebrations to
provide for greater involve-
ment of young women in
S'iabat services.
For information or schedul-
ing, call the synagogue, 851-
5100.

Early
Deadline

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