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August 26, 1977 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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24 Friday, August 26, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Congregation Shaarit Haplaytah Is Having

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HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

with Cantor Michael Feigelman

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Cantor Irvin Ernst

September 12,13,14,1977
YOM KIPPUR:
Sept. 21,22,1977

To be held at the

Glenn Schoenhals School

16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.

Uonation

$20.00

per person

The High Holidays will soon be here, so make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

Jack Waksberg

Chairman

Simon Schwarzberg
557-1141

2323471 Kenosha
398-6861

Abe Weberman

Ticket Chairman

626-5224

Mrs. Ben Fisk
533-1993

Gedale Elbaum
LI 8-7339

Sonia Popowski
557-3994

Max Drew
559-4813

Sol Kleinman

Tick et

Co-Chairman

KE 5-3589

Leo Halpern
353-9237 541-7450

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Louis Apfelblalt
542-0521

Helen Balberman
968-3791

Education Leader to Address
Teachers Institute on Sept. 11

The annual teachers in-
stitute sponsored by the
Jewish Educators Council
will be held 9 a.m.-1 - p.m.
Sept. 11 at United Hebrew
Schools.
According. to Ethel Bobr-
off. chairman. the institute
will feature Audrey Fried-
man Marcus as a guest sem-
inar leader. She has devel-
oped -Jewish curricular ma-
terials and conducted work-
shops in values clarification
for many different groups
around the country.
Other features of the in-
stitute will be workshops
conducted by area educa-
tors on specialized teaching
techniques for elementary
and high school students. A
Presentation of educational

several foreign police serv-
ices for information on Is-
raeli underworld figures
sentenced in those countries
during the last seven years.

Air Conditioned Hall

The Israeli information

Congregation Shaarev Zedek
Religious Schools

announce
limited openings in various grade levels

Kindergarten-Twelfth grade

Applications of non-members are currently being accepted
For more information & interviews contact:

Rabbi Dr. Gerald A. Teller

Director of Youth-Education

357-5544

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

COMMUNITY

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

For Jewish Humanists ROSH HASHANA and YOM KIPPUR are op-
portunities for personal reflection. They are times of celebration when
we affirm the power of human beings to assume responsibility for their
lives.

RABBI SHERWIN WINE

will present services on the theme...

THE POWER TO CHANGE

ROSH HASHANA

YOM KIPPUR

MEMORIAL

CONG. B'NAI MOSHE
Welcomes New Members

Conservative Congregation
with a professional staff and
full range of services.

AUDREY MARCUS

materials and media will
he presented by the local
Jewish Librarians AssoPi-
ation.

Seek Data on Israeli Criminals
for Study of Organized Crime

JERUSALEM. (JTA 1—Is-
raeli police have contacted

(Shofar) Tuesday. September 13. 1:00 PM

THE POWER OF ANGER

(Kol Nidri) Thursday, September 22.1:00 PM THE POWER OF COMMITMENT

Thursday, September 22, 4:30 PM

THE POWER OF BEAUTY

CHILDREN'S SERVICES (Ages 4-9)

Rosh Hashana - Tuesday, September 13-2:30 PM
Yom Kippur -Thursday, September 22-2:30 PM

YOUTH SERVICES (Ages 1042)

Rosh Hashana - Tuesday, September 13-3:30 PM
Yom Kippur -Thursday, September 22-3:30 PM

Tickets of admission are required for all adult services and may be pur-
chased by calling the Temple Secretary. Tickets are not required for me-
morial, children's and youth services.

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

The Center of Humanistic Judaism

28611 West 12 Mile Road (bet. Inkster & Middlebelt)
Farmington Hills, Mich, 48018
477-1410

Sabbath Services each Friday 8:30 PM

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Who is called a nious
fool? He who saw a woman
drown and made no cflort
to save her. saving: "It is
not proper to look upon: a
woman.'
—The Talmud

request came at the in-
itiative of the special com-
mission appointed earlier
this month by Police In-
spector General Haim Ta-
vori to investigate organiz-
ed crime in Israel.
The request was for-
warded through Interpol to
several police services both
in Europe and the U.S. It
was apparently made as
part of the commission's ef-
fort to draw a profile of the
scope of organized crime in
Israel and its overseas con-
nections.
A separate investigation.
conducted by a senior; po-
lice officer. is looking into
allegations that a senior po-
lice officer served as a
double agent. supplying or-
ganized crime in Israel
with highly secret informa-
tion from police headquar-
ters. The allegations were
made in one of the articles
carried almost daily by
Haaretz on organized crime
in Israel.
In another development
connected with organized
crime. building - contractor
Fiezalel Mizrahi filed a libel
suit for IL 10 million in a
Tel Aviv court against Har-
retz. its editor Gershom
Schocken and reporter Avi
Valentin. for allegedly slan-
dering him by publishing ar-
ticles claiming that he was
one of the leaders of organ-
ized crime in Israel. This is
the largest libel suit ever
filed in Israel.

'High Holiday Services & Youth
Events
Cultural Events
Complete Social Program
Sabbath & Daily Services

-

-

-

SPECIAL MEMBERSHIPS

for Those Under 35

and Senior Citizens

14390 W. 10 Mile. Oak Park 548-9000

Make Your

High Holy Day Reservations at

CONGREGATION
BETH MOSES

Air Conditioned Sanctuary

Services Conducted by

RABBI A. IRVING SCHNIPPER

Ticket Committee in Session
Monday Evenings 7 to 9 P.M.

Office Hours: Mon. thru Thurs. 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Tickets also Available for Special Services
for Children and Young Adults

19160 EVERGREEN RD. DETROIT

535-4434

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
OAK-WOODS

is happy to announce that
services for

ROSH HASHANA and YOM KIPPUR

Golan Settlers
Mark 10 Years

TEL AVIV (JTA)—
Merom Ha' , elan.t'--- first Is-
raeli settlement on the
Golan Heignts after the Six-
Day War. is ma, king its
10th anniversary of the be-
ginning of the Golan
Heights settlemems.
There a ,-e now '1.6 settle-
ments on Golan with a popu-
lation of 3.600 Their agricul-
tural output has already
reached IL 240 million this
year.
This month also marks
the beginning of the settle-
ment of the Ka'arin Town-
shin. the urban center of
he Golan Heights: •

will be Conducted By

Rabbi James I. Gordon

and

Cantor Mendel Klein

*

Cantor Mendel Klein *

SEATING AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO SEEK
AN INSPIRATION EXPERIENCE

TICKET SALES: 6:30 - 8:30 P.M. Daily

10:00 A.M.

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Noon Sundays

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park--398-1177

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