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March 25, 1977 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Non-Orthodox
Synagogue Nixed



ilf

Annual

Vaad

Dinner

Will Cite

Roles of

Founding

Members

"The Folk Songs of Our
People," the music of Jew
and black, will be featured
in a Jewish Music Month
concert 8 p.m. Sunday at
Temple Israel.
Featured participants will
be Temple Israel's Cantor
Harold Orbach and bass-
baritone McHenry
Boatwright.
The two have performed
together frequently since
their appearance together
in 1969 at the world pre-
miere of Dave Brubeck's
jazz cantata, -The Gates of
Justice," commissioned by
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Boatwright attended the
New England Conservatory
in Boston, earning two de-
grees in piano and voice.
He is the winner of many
awards, including two suc-
cessive Marian Anderson
prizes.
Since his debut with the
New York Philharmonic
with Leonard Bernstein,
Boatwright has starred
with the San Francisco,
Philadelphia and Hamburg
State Operas.
He has sung for the late
Presidents Eisenhower and
Kennedy and most recently
at the inaugural of Presi-
dent Carter.
Boatwright has appeared

on many television pro-
grams, including the Ed Sul-
livan Show, the Today show
and with Mike Douglas.
The concert is sponsored
by the Temple Israel Broth-
erhood, and is open without
charge to the public. For
tickets, call the temple of-
fice, 863-7769.

Film Series Due

Temple Emanu-El will
begin its Israeli comedy
film series 8 p.m. Thursday
in the temple. The film,
"Sallah," featuring Chaim
Topol, will be shown. The
public is invited at no
charge.

RABBI SILVER

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Gurion in order to provide .
The announcement of the a critical United Nations
establishment of the committee meeting
state of Israel on May 15, scheduled an hour later
1948 was moved one hour with a fait accompli.
at the urging of ZOA
leader Dr. Abba
The report was con-
Silver. At that time Dr. tained in a booklet pub-
Silver was chairman of lished' by the students of
the American Section of Kfar Silver on the, occa-
the Jewish Agency and sion of the 13th anniver-
immediate past president sary of the passing of Dr.
Silver, which was ob-
of ZOA.
Dr. Silver urged the served on the Kfar Silver
change on David Ben- campus.

First Copy Given
to Author's Family

JERUSALEM—The first
copy of an English trans-
lation of the book "Jews.
Judaism and the Classical
World" by the late Dr.
Gedalyahu Alon was pre-
sented by Hebrew Univer-
sity President Avraham
Harman to the widow of the
author, Mrs. Mina Alon.

WATCH REPARING
JEWELRY REPAIRING
ENGRAVING
IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE
ON PREMISES

I-
a.

MIN

LARGEST STOCK OF WATCH BANDS

a

.

The presentation took
place at a ceremony attend-
ed by members of Alon's
family.

Established 49 years

at The Evergreen Plaza, Evergreen & 12 Mile

559-9630

Daily 10 to 6, Thurs. & Fri. 10 to 9

THIS PASSOVER, BRING TWO
WONDERFUL FAMILIES TOGETHER.
YOURS AND MOTHER'S.

CANTOR ORBACH



...... • •



Rebbe Urges Use of Matzot

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NEW YORK — The
Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson, has called
) upon rabbis and Jewish
leaders to advise their
congregants and adhe-
_ rents to use `shmura
matzot' on the Passover
holiday.
which,
"Shmura,"
means guarded, describes
these special matzot be-
cause,the wheat used in
thei/ baking is carefully
protected against any
contact with water from
the instant it is reaped.
Water could cause
leavening and thereby
disqualify its use on
Passover.
These matzot are round
in form and are hand-
made under scrutinizing
supervision to avoid any
possibility of leavening
during the kneading and
baking process.

Thousands of pounds of
shmura matzot are an-
nually ,dispatched
through the rebbe's office
and Lubavitcher regional
offices throughout the
world. Large quantities
are shipped to Jews in iso-
lated communities, and to
college campuses where
sedarim are conducted
for Jewish students.

Kol Ami Starts
Holocaust Series

Registration is being
taken for an eight-week
series of two-hour lectures
on the Holocaust to begin 8
'p.m. April 4 at Temple Kol
Ami, and continuing on con-
secutive Mondays through
May 23.'
Bette Roth, a doctoral
candidate in American cul-
ture at the University of
Michigan, will the lec-
tures. There is
s a charge.

With Passover comes a Feast of Freedom.
The traditional Seders
And there, along with family and friends, is
another tradition.
Mother's fine foods.
Delicious gefilte fish for every taste.

Light, succulent matzo balls. Re-
freshing borscht and schay. Smooth,
tasty margarine. Flavorful
mayonnaise.
Plus steaming hot and satisfying
Maven Old-Fashioned matzo
ball soup. Like homemade.

And this Pesach, a new treat from
Mother's. Tangy herring salad.
A tempting variety of delightful things to
eat throughout the holiday— prepared
in Mother's spotless Kosher
,kitchens.
Between your family and
ours, this special season will
be a joyous one.
Mother's products. All
Kosher and Pareve for
Passover and endorsed
by the Up

CATER THE SEDER WITH

WATCH REPAIR WHILE YOU WAIT

Temple Concert Will Feature
Black and Jewish Folk Songs

Historic Hour Was Changed

-

TEL AVIV (JTA)Mayor
Shlomo Lehat of Tel Aviv
will try to get the 31-man
city council to reverse a ma-
jority decision by the 10-
member municipal execu-
tive against granting land
for construction of the first
non-Orthodox synagogue
and community center in
Tel Aviv.
The land grant has been
requested by the Kedem
ogressive Congregation.
ehat, who belongs to
ikud and three other mem-
bers of the executive from
the Independent Liberal
Party, supported the
request. They were voted
down 6-4 by supporters of
•the Orthodox religious estab-
lishment.
If Lehat can rally the
Likud majority on the city
council to his view, the land
grant will be approved.

The Vaad Harabonim —
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
— will hold its 48th annual
dinner 6 p.m. May 1 at the
Jewish Community Center
complex in West
Bloomfield.
The program will recall
the achievements of the
late founders of the Vaad in
Detroit: Rabbis Joseph Eis-
enman, fprmer spiritual
leader of Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel: Moses Fischer,
head of Cong. Bnai Moshe:
and Yosef Thumim, of
Cong. Beth Abraham.
The Vaad was founded in
1929.
Irwin I. Cohn and Julius
Rotenberg are honorary
chairmen of the dinner,
while Marvin Berlin and
Paul Sherizen are co-chair-
men.
For ticket information,
call -the Vaad, 559-5005, or
Sherizen, 545-8753. There is
a charge.

Friday, Mardi 25, 1977 27

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