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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-17

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Friday, September 17, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CONGREGATION Congregations to Recite Selihot
DOVID BEN
NUCHIM

welcomes you to our
new and beautiful
air-conditioned
Synagogue
for

HIGH
HOLIDAY
SERVICES

Tickets available at
14800 W. Lincoln, Oak Park

Weekdays-6:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Sundays-9 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

398-1017

********************** * **********
*
One Week Left to Rosh Hashana

BUT it is not too late . .

to loin

CONGREGATION MISHKAN ISRAEL
*
LUBAVITCHER CENTER
* NUSACH H'ARI
1400 West Nine Mile Road

FOR HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

"Your Neighborhood Shut"

Non-Members Invited .. .
Young Dynamic Chazzonim . . .

Reasonable Prices . . . Warm Atmosphere

*

*

Area congregations
have planned Selihot ser-
vices to usher in the High
Holy Days. Selihot are
penitential prayers
whose theme is to seek
forgiveness from the Al-
mighty. Traditionally,
the prayers are recited
after midnight of the
Sabbath before Rosh
Hashana.
Among those congrea-
tions listing their
Selihot service schedules
are:
SHALOM
ADAT
SYNAGOGUE: Services
will be held 11:30 p.m.
Saturday, conducted by
Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom with liturgi-
cal selections by guest
Cantor Joseph Levine.
The evening will begin
with a social hour at 9:15
p.m. and the showing of
the film, "Golda." The
community is invited.
CONG. BETH ABRA-
HAM-HILLEL: Services
will be conducted by
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
and Cantors Shabtai Ac-
kerman and Israel Fuchs
at 11 p.m. Saturday. A so-
cial program will precede
services at 9:30. The
synagogue's choir and
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth chap-
ter will participate.
CONG. BETH ACHIM:
Cantor Simon Bermanis
will conduct Selihot ser-
vices at midnight, as-
sisted by the holiday
choir. The documentary,

place 9 p.m. Saturday at
"Journey to Israel," and a
Temple Kol Ami, con-
coffee hour will precede
ducted by Rabbi Ernst
services at 10 p.m. The
Conrad. The temple choir
community is invited.
under the direction of
CONG. BETH MOSES:
Nathalie M. Conrad and
Services will begin at
cantorial soloist, Dr. Irv-
midnight, conducted by
ing Friedman, will pro-
Rabbi A. Irving Schnip-
vide music. A social will
per and Cantor Sholom
follow the service.
Kalib.
CONG BETH SHALOM:
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Rabbi Irwin
Rabbi David Nelson and
Groner will conduct
Cantor Samuel Green-
baum will conduct Selihot
Selihot services, follow-
services , at midnight
ing a social hour and the
Saturday. A social will
9:30 p.m. showing of "A
Conversation With Dr.
take place at 11 p.m.
Abraham Joshua Hes-
CONG. BNAI MOSHE:
Cantor Louis Klein and
chel," Saturday at Cong.
DR. MICHAEL MEYER
the synagogue choir, led
Shaarey Zedek. Cantor
by Daniel Braude, will of- Dr. Meyer will lead a dis- Jacob Barkin will chant
ficiate at 10 p.m. Selihot cussion on "Jews in the liturgy. The High
services Saturday. Ser- America—Jews in Israel: Holy Day Augmented
vices will be preceded at How Shall We Under- Choir, directed by Gerald
8:30 p.m. by a special stand Our Relationship?" D. Scherr, also will par-
program including a at a 9 p.m. institute. The ticipate.
movie, refreshments and _evening will begin with a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
7 p.m. dinner, open to the
a pre-registration for the congregation,
OAK-WOODS:
Rabbi
relatives
Adult Education Insti- and friends. The institute James I. Gordon will con-
tute of Conservative and services are open to duct Selihot services
Rabbis of Metropolitan the public at no charge. 12:30 a.m. Sunday at
Detroit. The community For information, call the Young Israel of Oak-
is invited.
Woods. Cantor David L.
temple, 863-7769.
Greenbaum will partici-
TEMPLE
KOL
AMI:
TEMPLE ISRAEL:
pate. A coffee hour will
Selihot
services
will
take
Rabbis M. Robert Syme,
begin at 11 p.m. Saturday.
Harold S. Loss and Leon
Frain and Cantor Harold
Orbach will conduct
Selihot services midnight
Announces
Saturday at Temple Is-
rael. Dr. Michael A.
Meyer, professor of
Jewish history at the
at the Stevenson School
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Relig-
11 1/2 Mile and Lahser
ion in Cincinnati, will
speak on "Repentance."
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero

Young Israel of Southfield

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

5737 Calendar

*
* Rosh Hashana, 1st Day
* Rosh Hashana, 2nd Day
* Yom Kippur
*
* Sukkot, 1st Day
* Sukkot, 2nd Day
• * Shemini Atzereret
* Simhat Torah

* Hanuka, 1st Day
* Hanuka, 8th Day
* *
* Tu b'Shevat
* Purim
* Passover, 1st Day
* Passover, 2nd Day
*
* Passover, 7th Day
*Passover, 8th Day
: Yom Hashoa
* Yom Hazikaron
,
* Yom Haatzmaut
*
* Shavuot, 1st Day
* Shavuot, 2nd Day
* Rosh Hashana, 1st Day
* Rosh Hashana, 2nd Day

1976
Sat., Sept. 25
Sun., Sept. 26
Mon., Oct. 4
Sat., Oct. 9
..........Sun., Oct. 10
Sat., Oct. 16
Sun., Oct. 17
Fri., Dec. 17
Fri., Dec. 24
1977
Thurs., Feb. 3
Fri., March 4
Sun., April 3
, .Mon., April 4
Sat., April 9
Sun., April 10
Fri., April 15
Wed., April 20
Thurs., April 21
Mon., May 23
Tues., May 24
Tues., Sept. 13
Wed., Sept. 14

special price for students

Days of Religious Emphasis

You are cordially invited to attend
a Public Assembly on the theme of Repentance
to be held

Thursday, September 30, 1976

8:00 P.M.

Congregation Dovid Ben Nuchim

14800 Lincoln Rd.

Oak Park, Mich.

THE RENOWNED GAON
* * Anne Frank Fund Probed
: for Alleged Anti-Chile Drive HARAV PINCHUS HIRSHSPRUNG

*

*
AMSTERDAM (JTA)— Arnold Dijkstra, KLM's
*
rn- director in Chile, has
* The KLM airline corn-
* pany in this city has been asked the airline firm's
* asked to investigate re- headquarters here to take
that the Anne appropriate steps.
• ports that
Foundation
is con-
* ducting a campaign
The Anne Frank Foun-
*
* against the government dation said it not only
wants to keep alive the
* of Chile.
The house is a tourist memory of the horrors
*
* attraction widely pub- caused by fascism during
*
* licized by many tourist World War II, but also
* agencies and airline corn- wants to focus attention
* panies. The KLM, in its on present-day fascism
*
human rights viola-
* publicity in Chile, adver- and
tises the house as a tions, including viola-
*tourist site and is now tions in Chile. The found-
*
concerned that the anti- anon last year organized
*
Chilean attitude may ad- an exhibition portraying

versely affect Chilean what it termed present
* tourist traffic to Holland day fascist activities in
Chile.
• *******************4 21-41.4- 11--*****4-4 via KLM.

OFFICE OPEN THIS SUNDAY
9:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m.

Cantor Rabbi Shaul Broner
For Ticket Information, 354-3494
$25 per ticket

*

Daily 9:00 a.m. To 4:00 p.m.

Eves. 7:30-8:30 p.m.

FOR MORE INFORMATION *
*
LL NOVV: 5482666
CA

CHIEF RABBI OF
MONTREAL CANADA

will speak on

"WHAT CAN UNITE US
AND WHAT CAN DIVIDE US?"

We take this opportunity to extend to all

A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF GREATER DETROIT

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