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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-22

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46 Friday, August 22, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Torah Procession Scheduled

Selihot Services Are Announced

Selihot are penitenti al
prayers whose theme is t 0
,seek forgiveness from th e
Almighty. They are particu
larly in order when a perso n
or community is confront . e d
with matters of great con
cern. It is for this reaso n
that "Selihot" are recite d
before the holiday of Ros h
Hashana and between th e
holidays of Rosh Hashan a
and Yom Kippur.
In many communities th e
beginning of the Seliho t
prayers takes place afte I.
midnight of the Sabbat h
before Rosh Hashana.

be chanted at least four
days before Rosh Has-
hana. This is because the
law of sacrifices required
that a sacrifice be pre-
pared at least four days
before its offering to make
sure that it had no blem-
ish.

The rabbis further felt
that Selihot cannot be
chanted on the Sabbath and

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Cong. Dovid Ben Nuchim will have a Torah proces-
sion 5 p.m. Aug. 31, at its new synagogue at 14800 Lin-
coln, Oak Park, shown above in an artist's drawing.
Community leader and benefactor Harry Rott made the
construction of the facility possible. The building is
named after his father, a founder of the congregation.

will take place 11 p.m. in the
sanctuary conducted by
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, who
will be assisted by Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman and As-
sociate Cantor Israel Fuchs.
A reunion and reception,
highlighted by the showing
of the film, "The Jews of
Michigan," will precede the
services at 9:30 p.m.

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for each cup brewed.

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Services are scheduled for
midnight in the sanctuary,
conducted by Rabbi Milton
Arm and Cantor Simon Ber-
manis. A movie of the syn-
agogue's dedication and re-
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Services will begin 11 p.m.,
conducted by Rabbis M.
Robert Syme, Harold S.
Loss and Leon Fram, with
guest speaker Rabbi Daniel
B. Syme, whose topic is
"The Guilt We Need to
Feel." Cantor Harold Or-
bach also will participate.
Services will be preceded by
a reunion and reception,
sponsored by the temple
couples club.

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Services will be held at 10
p.m., conducted by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman, assisted by
Cantor Louis Klein.

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ices will follow 9:30 p.m.
Havdala service and refresh-
ments. Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon
will present a creative Se-
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place at midnight Aug. 30 at
the Zionist Cultural Center,
preceded at 10 p.m. with a
social hour. Refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion, call Shirley Behar,
557,2551, or Mary Papo,
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Young Israel of Green-
field will have a melave
malka to welcome Rabbi
and Mrs. Feivel Wagner to
the congregation 10 p.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
Rabbi Wagner succeeds
Rabbi Samuel Prero who
moved to Israel.
Refreshments will he
served by the Young- Israel
sisterhoods. The public is in-
vited at no charge.

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CONG. BETH ABRA-
HAM-HILLEL: Services

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held 11:15 p.m., conducted
by Rabbis Jacob E. Segal
and Seymour Rosenbloom,
preceded by an 8:45 p.m.
coffee hour. At 9:15 "The
Last Chapter" film will be
shown. Cantor Abraham
Weisman will be guest can-
tor at the Selihot service.

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ADAT SHALOM SYN-
AGOGUE: Services will be

There are several mo
tives for this practice. I n
the first place, the rabbi s
ordain that Selihot should

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that the spirit of the Sab-
bath persists until mid-
night. Thus, the moment
after midnight is the first
occasion to chant the Se-
lihot. While the Sabbath is
not the occasion for Selihot
because it is a moment of
complacency as compared to
the occasion of Selihot
which disturbs the mind, it
doe serve as a day of clear-
ing the mind.
Area congregations list-
ing Selihot services sched-
ules for Aug. 30 are:

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