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April 06, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-06

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24 Friday, April 6, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Adat Shalom Synagogue
will install its new spiritual
leader, Rabbi Efry Spectre,
April 20-21.
The installation will
begin with a Kabalat
Shabat service 6 p.m. April
20, followed by a Shabat
family dinner at 7 p.m.
Rabbi David A. Goldstein,
rabbi emeritus at Philadel-
phia's Har Zion Temple;
will be the featured dinner
spea,ker.
Rabbi Spectre will be in-

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RABBI GOLDSTEIN

Special Wishes
fora
Happy Passover

Northl

Northland Center Merchant's Association
Center Hours: 9:30 a.m. — 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Eight Mile and Greenfield Roads

stalled during Shabat
morning services, April 21,
by Rabbi Jules Harlow, di-
rector of publications of the
Rabbinical Assembly of
America. A kidush and
luncheon will follow serv-
ices.
Rabbi Goldstein was
senior rabbi at Har Zion
Temple, where Rabbi
Spectre served his first
five years after ordina-
tion.
Ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary in
1927, Rabbi Goldstein is a
Fellow of the Herbert
Lehman Institute of Ethics
of the seminary, a member
of its Rabbinic Cabinet, and
of its Joint Placement
Commission, the United
Synagogue and the Rabbin-
ical Assembly. He is a foun-
der of Camp Ramah in the
Poconos and a member of
' the National Ramah Corn-
mission.
He helped found the Sol-
omon Schechter Day School,
the Har Zion Ellis Mid-
rasha, the Office of
Scholar-in-Residence at the
temple and the Har Zion
Building of the Seminary
Student Center in
Jerusalem.
Rabbi Harlow, also or-
dained at the seminary, has
served on the executive staff
of the Rabbinical Assembly
since ordination. He is an
author, translator, and

Yom Hashoa
Marked at
Beth Achim

Cong. Beth Achim, in
cooperation with Survivors
of the Holocaust, will ob-
serve Yom Hashoa
V'Hagevura (Holocaust and
Heroism Day) at a special
program commemorating
the 36th anniversary of the-
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 8
p.m. April 23 at the
synagogue. . '
Two local Holocaust sur-
vivors, Martin Rose and Hy
Shenkman, will describe
their experiences. A special
candlelighting tribute to
the six million Jewish vic-
tims of the Nazi terror will
be conducted by children of
survivors and a special
memorial prayer will be
chanted by Cantor Earl Be-
rris.
- Planning the Yom
Hashoa program are: Rabbi
Milton Arm, Mayer Lip-
man, Rose, Allan Rosen-
berg, George Rossman and
Shenkman.

MANUFACTURERS BANK

extends best wishes to all
for a happy, joyous



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RABBI HARLOW

RABBI SPECTRE

editor of liturgy. He has Bashevis Singer on
contributed to additions of NBC-TV. He recently re-
the "Weekday Prayer leased the "New Conser-
Book," "Selihot," and pub- vative Haggada."
lished his edition of the
The installation weekend
"Mahzor."
will conclude with a recep-
Rabbi Harlow's trans- tion at 8:30 p.m. April 21.
lations of modern He-
Community participa-
brew literature have ap- tion, by reservation only, is
peared in "Commentary" welcome. For information
and "Midstream" maga- and reservations, contact
zines. He has produced the synagogue office, 851-
films and TV programs 5100.
and was nominated for
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
an "Emmy" by the Na-
tional Television Arts (Joan) Rosenbloom are
and Sciences for a 1976 chairmen of the installation
interview with Isaac committee.

Sen. Jacob Javits to Speak
on Peace in M.E. at Temple

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent Sen: Jacob K. Javits
(R-N.Y.) 7:30 p.m. April 29
in the Helen L. DeRoy
Sanctuary of the temple.
Sen. Javits will speak on "Is
Peace Really Coming to the
Middle East?"
Sen. Javits began his
political career in 1946
when he became the first
Republican elected to the
House of Representatives in
New York's traditionally
Democratic 21st district,
Born of immigrant par-
ents in a tenement on Man-
hattan's Lower East Side,
Sen. Javits is serving his
fourth Senate term. He was
educated in the public
schools of New York City,
attended night classes at
Columbia University and
then New York University
Law School. He was admit-
ted to the bar in 1927,
- Sen. Javits is active in
supporting legislation on
health, education, hous-
ing, civil , rights, small
business, labor, fiscal
policy, the arts and
humanities and foreign
economic policy. He also
has been a leader in ef-
forts against poverty and
oppression, to realign the
major currencies and to
develop liberal trade
policies.
He is the ranking Repub-
lican on the human re-
sources and joint economic
committees and a senior
member of the Foreign Re-
lations Conimittee. He also
has more service on the gov-
ernmental affairs commit-
tee than any other Republi-
Can. --
He was the principal
author of the Pension Re-
form Act of 1974, which
safeguards the retirement
pensions of more than 30
million. Americans. Be in-

lation to provide com-
prehensive community

SEN. JACOB JAVITS

child day-care, and has been
a co-author of every sub-
sequent child care bill.
Javits is the author of
"Who Makes War?," "Order
of Battle: A Republican's
Call To Reason" and "Dis-
crimination, U.S.A." In
addition, he is a frequent
contributor to leading
newspapers, magazine and
periodicals.

Histadrut, LZA
Hold Joint Sedum)

Histadrut and the LabAl.F_
Zionist Alliance will join for
a Third Seder 6:30 p.m
April 15 at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
A traditional full-course
meal with wine will be
served. The Passover pro-
gram will consist of a spe-
cially prepared Haggada
with readings for the occa-
sion. Cantor Earl Berris of
Cong. Beth Achim will pre-
sent a musical program.
There is a charge, and
reservations are due Tues-
day. For reservations, call
Histadrut, 851-0606.

The American Jewish
Joint .Distribution Commit-
tee pro:vides aid to Jewish
communities in 25 Coun-
tries.

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