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August 29, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-29

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30 Friday, August 29, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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General Stresses Economic George Bass to Be Cited
Aid for Israel at Bond Event by Downtown Synagogue

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CUSTOM MADE DRAPES at UNBEATABLE PRICES
FOR COMPLETE SERVICE CALL:

HURTIG WINDOW INTERIORS

559-8209

CONGREGATION MIL

Rabbi Joseph Gutmann
Cantor Asher Adler

Cordially , invite non-affiliated Jewish adults
and children to join us ir!our High Holiday services -
in Brighton just 15 minutes west of 12 Oaks Mall.

,Showti,,at the Israel Bonds High Holy Days Ap-
peal luncheon seminar are, from left, standing, Rabbi
Milton Arm, Mike Must, Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper,
Max Nosanchuk, Cantor Shabtai Ackerman, Rabbi
Israel Halpern, Max Sosin, Larry Traison and Irving
Belinsky. Seated from left are Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman,
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, Rabbi Leizer Levin, Gen. Uzi
Narkiss and Rabbi Leon Fram.

ROSH HASHANAH

Wednesday Evening September 10 8 p.m.
Thursday Morning September 11 10 a.m.

YOM KIPPUR

Friday Evening
Saturday Morning

General Uzi Narkiss, who
helped liberate Jerusalem
during the Six-Day War,
told Detroiters: "You cannot
help Israel politically. That
is the responsibility of its
government. At a time
when the unity of
Jerusalem is being chal-
lenged by the United Na-
tions, what your synagogue
congregants can do is help
Israel, and Jerusalem, eco-
nomically. To print declara-
tions and posters, to sing
songs — and even to pray
about Jerusalem is not
enough!"

September 19 8 p.m.
September 20 10 a.m.

All services held at the Historic St. Paul Epis-
copal Church on the Mill Pond
200 West St. Paul Street
Brighton, Michigan

Non-Member $25.00, children under 13 no
charge. Babysitting provided if needed.

For reservations and membership inquiries,
please call Frances Bloch (313) 231-3890.

.

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE
offers
THE FOURTH ALTERNATIVE

COMMUNITY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

1980

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For Jewish Humanists ROSH HASHANA and YOM KIPPUR allow
an opportunity for personal reflection. These times of celebra-
tion help us to affirm our Jewish Identity and to take stock of
our personal lives.

RABBI SHERWIN WINE

will present services on the theme...
IDEAS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD
1:00 p.m. NATURALISM
Thursday, September 11
Rosh Hashana
1 :00 p.m. HUMANISM
Yom Kippur (Kol. Nidre)Saturday, September 20
4:30 p.m. PROGRESS
Saturday, September 20
Memorial

Children's Services (Ages 4-9)
2:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashana — Thurs., S,eptember 11
2:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur — Sat., September 20
Youth Services (Ages 10-12)
3:30 p.m.
Rosh Hashana — Thurs., September 11
3:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur — Sat., September 20
Tickets of admission are required for all adult services and may be purchased by
calling the Temple Secretary. Tickets are not required for Memorial, Children's
and Youth Services.
If you are interested in learning more about Humanistic Judaism please join us
for an Evening With The Rabbi on Wednesday, October 1 at 8:30 p.m. at the
Temple.

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

The Center of Humanistic Judaism

Farmington Hills, Michigan 48018
28611 West 12 Mile Road (bet. Inkster and Middlebelt)
(313) 477.1410
Sabbath Services each Friday at 8:30 p.m.

Gen. Narkiss' remarks
were directed to Detroit
area rabbis and synagogue
leaders attending the recent
Israel Bonds Pre:High Holy
Days Appeal luncheon
seminar.
Chaired by Max Sosin,
High Holy Days Appeal
chairman, the seminar
planned the Israel Bonds
appeal during High Holy
Days services in many of
Detroit's synagogues.
Synagogues participat-
ing in the appeal, under
the theme "Jerusalem-
United Forever," are
Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, Beth Achim, Bnai
David, Beth Shalom, Bnai
Zion, Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah, Bnai
Israel Beth Yehuda,
Dovid Ben Nuchim,
Shomrey Emunah,
Shaarey Shomayim,
Young Israel of Green-
field, Young Israel of
Oak-Woods and Young
Israel of Southfield.
The national goal set for
the appeal is $100 million.
More than 1,000 Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform
synagogues will be par-
ticipating throughout the
United States and Canada.

George Bass, president
emeritus of the Downtown
Synagogue, will be honored
by the congregation on the
occasion of his 75th birth-
day at a dinner-dance, 6
p.m. Oct. 5 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Bass has been involved
with the Downtown
Synagogue for approx-
imately 25 years and served
as president from 1964 to
1978.
Bass has served the con-
gregation as president, sex--
ton, leader of services and
procurer for the two daily
ininyanim. -
The Oct. 5 affair will
feature hors d'oeuvres,
dinner, open bar, an or-
chestra and Max Sosin as
master of ceremonies.
For ticket information,
call Judge Nathan Kauf-
man, 256-2757; Alfred
Bricker, 967-4139; or the
Downtown Synagogue,
961-9328.

Bloodmobile
at Tel-12 Mall

The Red Cross Blood-
mobile will return to Tel-12
Mall on Saturday and Sun-
day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Anyone between the ages
of 17 and 65 and in good
general health can be a
blood donor. Seventeen year
olds must have written pa-
rental consent. Donors past
their 65th birthday are re-
quired to submit permission
from their personal physi-
cian.

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GEORGE BASS

ORT, the
votational
education program
of the Jewish
people has trained
1,500;000 people.

loin WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT.
Call
355-9151

APPRAISALS

if they're worth doing,
they're worth doing right

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announces that

reservations for services on

BOSH HASHANA

and

YOM KIPPUR

can be made at the synagogue
evenings and Sunday morning

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