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September 06, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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Beth El Dedication Starts Today Appeals Judge to Speak at Segal Tribute

A series of events will
mark the historic dedication
of the new Temple Beth El
on Telegraph and 14 Mile
Rds. beginning with the Ded-
ication Service at 8 p.m. to-
day.
The following will partici-
pate in the processional:

past presidents of the Tem-
ple, carrying Torah scrolls;
the rabbis, officers and mem-
bers of the board of trustees,
the participants in the wor-
ship service, wives of de-
ceased presidents and hon-
orary attendants.

The liturgical music will
be rendered by the temple
choir and temple chorale, un-
SINGO
der the direction of Prof.
CONGREGAT1011 SEM AC11111
and Mrs. Jason H. Tickton.
21100 W. - 12 MILE
The guest speaker will be
sow
WED., 7:30 P.M.
Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk,
president of the Hebrew
Union College - Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion. Admission
AL to tonight's worship - service
will be by ticket only.
BINGO
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL +
A special creative service,
SANS SOUCI HALL
composed by the Young Peo-
ON 9 MILE AT MIDDLEBELT
EVERY SUNDAY 7:15 P.M.
ple's Society, will be used at
the Shabat dedication serv-
ice 10 a.m. Saturday. The
sermon will be delivered by
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, sen-
ior rabbi of the temple. At
BINGO
7:30 . p.m., ..the _dedication
BETH AINIANAM-NILLEL
5073 W. MAPLE
dinner-dance will be held.
BETWEEN MIDDLEBELT S INKSTER
MONDAYS 7:30 P.M. -
An open house for the com-
munity will be held 2-5 p.m.
Sunday.

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Among the participants in
the Adat Shalom dinner trib-
ute to Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
Sunday evening will be Judge
Wade H. McCree of the U.S.
District Court of Appeals.
Judge McCree, noted jurist
and civic leader, has been
closely associated with Adat
Shalom and Rabbi Segal in
ecumenical and interracial
endeavors over the years.
Judge McCree will bring
greetings on behalf of the
non-Jewish community.
A brief Israeli musical in-
terlude will be presented by
Julius Chajes, pianist-com-
poser, and Annette Chajes,
mezo-soprano. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Edward Sandrow,
special counsel to the chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary, where Rabbi
Segal was ordained in 1939
and received his honorary
doctorate of divinity three
years ago.

Cong. B'nai Israel
of Pontiac

The guest sermon at the
Sabbath service on Saturday
morning will be delivered by
Mrs. Morris Adler. Rabbi
Segal will chant the Haftara
from Isaiah. The service be-
gins at 9 a.m. and will be
followed at noon by a kidush

Mount Clemens Synagogue Hosts
Israeli Cantor for High Holidays

Cong. Beth Tephilath Moses
of Mount Clemens announces
the appointment of Rev. Mar-
shall L. Goldman, as cantor
for the High Holy Days be
ginning at sundown Sept. 16.
Rev. Goldman is coming from
Jerusalem for this occasion.
A native Detroiter, he has
been residing in Israel for
the past four years.
Rev. Goldman attended the
Hebrew Theological Seminary
and Roosevelt University of
Chicago. Upon completion of
Ms education, he returned to
Detroit where he became ac-
tive in the-Jewish community.
He was on the faculty of
the Borman Branch of the
United Hebrew Schools for
many years. At the same
time, he also served as a
mohel in the community, and
was called to officiate in
many communities through-

Israel and Haiti
Sign Agreement

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel and Haiti signed agree-
ments of mutual cooperation
here Aug. 28.
The signing, by Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon and the
foreign minister of Haiti,
Edner Brutus, marked the
end of the latter's official
visit to Israel.
Brutus, who serves as reli-
gious affairs minister in the
Haitian government, visited
the Yad Vashem Memorial
and laid a wreath there.
During his visit he called
on President Ephraim Katzir
to deliver a personal message
from Haiti's president, Jean-
Claude Duvalier. He also met
with Premier Yitzhak Rabin
and with Haim Zadok, justice
minister and minister of re-
ligiows affairs.

Kuwait Might Back
Agnew Land Deal

NEW YORK (JTA)—For-
mer Vice President Spiro
Agnew is involved in a Ken-
tucky land development pro-
ject that may be underwrit-
ten by a Kuwaiti firm accord-
ing to reports in the Evans-
ville (Indiana) Courier.
Agnew, said to be a partner
of promoter Walter Dilbeck,
arranged a visit by Kuwaiti
investors to discuss the busi-
ness deal.

B'NAI ISRAEL
DATING SERVICE

Sol Eisenberg and Samuel and reception. The commu-
Frankel, dinner co-chairmen, nity is invited.
announce that the following
Singles 18-40
leaders of the congregation THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
are on 'the general tribute
Call 534-3078
22—Friday,
Sept.
6,
1974
committee: Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, Mrs. -Robert Dun-
sky, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Pereira, Maurice Rosender,
Frederick Gold, She
Klein and Dr. _Sanford Z.
Pollak.
Directing the special Sister-
Rabbi Leonard Berman Leon Sirlin,President
hood arrangements commit-
tee are: Claudia Gold, Arlene
A Conservative congregation with a Hebrew and
Klein, Judith Pollak and Joan
Sunday School, and active Youth Group and
Rosen-bloom. A champagne
Sisterhood.
reception will begin at 6 p.m.
with the dinner at 7.
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He also was active with
youth groups of Young Israel
and Mizrachi, and served as
program director. -He also
taught senior • citizen classes
at the Jewish Center.
Over the years he has offi-
ciated at a number of com-
munities including – Toledo
and Chatham, Ont. Prior to
his leaving for Israel, he of-
ficiated at the Jewish Cen-
ter minyan for five years.
Rabbi Leonard Peristein,
formerly with Young Israel of
Oak Woods, is the spiritual
leader of the congregation.
For ticket information con-
tact congregation president,
Judge H. Arthur Feldman,
463-6604, or the secretary,
Mrs. Helen Liberman, 468-
9729.

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