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August 30, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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20—Friday, August 30, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CONG. B'NAI JACOB

20470 Hubbell, South of 8 Mile

Is pleased to announce that

Our Shul is open all year including all Holy

Days.

As every year Holy Day prayers will be conducted by

well qualified liturgical Baalei-Tfilot.

We especially appeal to our neighboring fellow Jews

to join us in praying to the almighty for a happy and

peaceful K'Tovah Vachtimah Tovah in the year 5735

for our sisters and brethern the World over.

For reserved seats call at

Borenstein's Book Store

25242 Greenfield,Oak Park
or evenings call Ben Schraub, Sec'y. UN 4-7081

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

HIGH HOLIDAYS

Are Approaching!

National Geographic Will Correct
Damaging Article About Syrian Jews

Statements contrary to
facts about the plight of
Syrian Jewry which appear-
ed in a recent article in the
National Geographic Maga-
zine will be corrected in a
forthcoming issue.
A protest sent to National
Geographic by Mr. and WS.
Isadore Goodman of Novi,
brought the following state-
ment addressed to them by
Margaret Bledsoe, chief of
the research department of
the magazine:
"Let me explain, first of
all, that the murders in Syria
of four Jewish women, which
brought this whole problem
to the fore so far as the gen-
eral press was concerned,
came to our attention via

Judge Says Lansky
May Never See .Trial

You do not have to be a member
to join us for services.

NEW YORK—Meyer Lan-
sky, the 74-year-old ailing
reputed underworld figure,
may never stand trial on
charges of illegally skimming
$36,000,000 in profits from
the Flamingo Hotel, accord-
ing to United States District
Court Judge Roger D. Foley
in Las Vegas.
The judge ruled that the
case "will lie dormant on
the calendar until either the
defendant dies or government
counsel acts responsibly and
dismisses the indictment"
Judge Foley characterized
the government as "unreal-
istic," lacks "the courage to
dismiss this case because of
the reputed association of
Meyer Lansky with organiz-
ed crime for many years."

14000 _W. 9 NIILE RD., OAK PARK

CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL

Nusach H'Ari Lubavitcher Center

cordially invites you to attend High Holiday
Services ina vibrant and inspiring atmosphere

Tekoah in Israel
for Consultations

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)

For NIore Information Call the Center at

548-2667

548-2666

Lubavitcher Center Auxiliary
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

will once again be conducted at the
Lessenger School (Albany near Scotia)

SEATS ARE ONLY g15

For Ticket Reservations Call the Center at

548-2667

548-2666



Israeli. Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah is in Israel for a.
one-week consultation about
the upcoming meeting of the
UN General Assembly. Te-
koah was called home for
these consultations by For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon.
This is the second time in
recent weeks that Tekoah
was summoned to Israel in
connection with the General
Assembly meeting which re-
convenes next month.

SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTITUTE

Will Hold Its

HOLIDAY ASSEMBLIES

at the

PEPPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

newspaper accounts after the
April magazine had been
turned over to the printer.
As I am sure you realize, it
takes many weeks to produce
enough magazines for the So-
ciety's present membership
of nearly nine million. That
i s s u e, reaching members
long after the news stories
appeared, must have seemed
unpardonably callous in ap-
parently ignoring these acts
of terrorism against Damas-
cene Jews.
"I mention this as an ex-
planation of one aspect of
the matter, but certainly not
as an excuse. The fact re-
mains that we have received
evidence from many of our
Jewish members since the
article appeared that con-
vinces us that we unwittingly
failed to reflect the harsh
conditions under which that
small community has existed
since 1948. The November
magazine will include a
statement setting the record
straight.

Shaarit Haplaytah announces

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

With Renown Cantor Israel I. Idelsohn

ROSH HASHANA

Sept. 16, 17, 18

YOM KIPPUR

Sept. 25 and 26

At the Einstein School

AIR CONDITIONED HALL

14001 Northend, Oak Park
Donation $15 Tax Deductible
For Into Call

Jack Waksberg, Chairman — 548-6785 — 24291 Berkley, Oak Park
Abe Weberman, Ticket Chairman — 626-6903
Sol Kleiman, Ticket Co-Chairman — KE 5-3589
Simon Schwarzberg, President — 557-1141
Leo Halpern, 353-5749
Gedale Elbaum, LI 8-733-9
Ida Glogower, LI 3-9586
_
Sonia Popowski, 557-3994

Leon Gutman — 968-4878

. HIS HERITAGE!
HIS CULTURE,
HIS HISTORY,
HIS RELIGION

ENRICH HIS FUTURE
AND ENROLL HIM TODAY IN

rated _A brew Sc

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FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1974
(Beginners Classes Spetember 9th)

The Community-Wide Jewish Education System from Nursery
School through High School — Certified Teachers — Bar and
Bat Mitzvah preparation . . . Special Class for Deaf Children
. . . Complete Library . . . Audio Visual Department.

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Elementary Schools
Beth Achim-UHS
Bnai Moshe-UHS

14390 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park. Michigan
LI 8-4747

21100 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield. Michigan
353-2518

Adat Shalom-UHS

Bnai David-UHS

32200 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington, Michigan
626-2153

24350 Southfield
Southfield, Michigan
334-1050

High School Department

Affiliate School

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan
332-7117

Temple Emanu-E1
14450 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park, IVIichigan
LI 8-4747

NURSERY SCHOOL

YOM KIPPUR

SEPTEMBER 17

SEPTEMBER 25

SEPTEMBER 26

10:00 A.M.

8:00 P.M.

10:00 A.M.

SECULAR MAKHZORIM

WASHINGTON (JTA)—Is-
raeli Ambassador Simha Din-
itz entered a Washington
hospital for a series of tests
on his physical condition.
An Israeli Embassy spokes-
man said Dinitz was "not
very sick" and that "we hope
he will be all right within a
few days."

Give Your Child A Chance to Learn About

24301 CHURCH (at Dartmouth)
OAK PARK

ROSH HASHANA KOL NIDRE

"Again let me thank you
for your letter. It will be
circulated—as we always do
with meaningful comments,
critical or otherwise — to
every senior member of the
editorial staff."

Dinitz Enters U.S.
Hospital for Tests

NEW CONTENT

15110 W. Ten Mile
Oak Park.iMichigan
LI 8-1191

At final David Branch
24350 Southfield
Southfield, Michigan
354-1050

ALL CLASSES NOW MEET WEEKDAYS
FROM 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. (HIGH SCHOOL
.
FROM 4:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.)

MODERN- BUS FLEET PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION •

FOR INFORMATION CALL: 626-9565

(

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