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September 05, 1980 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ivan Bloch to Chair Sunday Lubavitch Dedication Event

Realtor Ivan Bloch will
chair the dedication cere-
monies of the Lubavitch
Education Center in Far-
mington Hills at noon Sun-
day.
Bloch is active in the local
political scene, having co-
chaired several finance
committees for the Demo-
cratic Party. He is a
member of the Democratic
National Finance Commit-
tee and the Democratic 500
Club. He is an honorary
member of Boys Town; he
has served on the National
Humanitarian Award
Committee of Bnai Brith
and has been active on be-
half of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah.
Bloch is a long-time

friend and supporter of
Chabad-Lubavitch, main-
taining the family tradition
of his father, A. Howard
Bloch.
The building will be
dedicated as the Jack
and Miriam Shenkman
Education Center, honor-
ing the Shenkmans "for
leading the drive to pur-
chase the facilities."
Decorator Arthur
Schwartz donated his serv-
ices to design a contempor-
ary lobby featuring a set of
five massive steel-like tab-
lets for the Founders' Board
on which will be inscribed
the names of the founders
and benefactors of the build-
ing.
Guest of honor will be

Wine to Deliver Lectures

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of
the Birmingham Temple
will begin a series of Mon-
day forum lectures 8:30 p.m.
Monday in the temple.
- He will review "Thy
Neighbor's Wife," by Gay
Talese. There is a charge,
and the public is invited.
Rabbi Wine also will con-
duct a Thursday forum,
"Future Reality," under the
auspices of the Center for
New Thinking 10 a.m. Sept.
18 in the Baldwin Library,
Birmingham. He will speak
on "Stephen Rosen," author
of "Future Facts."
There is a charge. For in-
formation and schedule, call

the Center for New Think-
ing, 546-8928.

IVAN BLOCH

Sen. Carl Levin. Special
greetings to the occasion
will be brought by Federal
Judge Avern Cohn and by
Rabbi Abraham Shemtov of
Philadelphia, a member of
President Carter's newly-
formed Intergovernmental
Advisory Council on Educa-
tion. Rabbi Shemtov, a

Jewish New Year Approaches

You do not have to be a
member to join us for services.

cede services at 10:15 p.m.
The young adults will per-
form two dramatizations,
under the direction of Jan
Jacobs: "If Not Higher,"
based on the I.L. Peretz
story and "They Shall
Mount Up With Wings As
Eagles." The social hour
will begin at 9:30 p.m.
CONG. SOLEL: Rabbi
Joseph Gutmann and Can-
tor Asher Adler will officate
at Rosh Hashana services 8
p.m. Wednesday and 10
a.m. Thursday in the St.
Paul Episcopal Church. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Frances Bloch,
1-231-3890.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
OAK-WOODS: Selihot will
be recited at 12:40 a.m.
Sunday, preceded at 11:30
p.m. Saturday by a coffee
hour in the Berris Meeting
Room.
High Holiday services
will begin at 7:40 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Morning services
will be held at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day and Sept. 12. At the
Thursday morning service,
Rabbi James I. Gordon will
speak on "Two - Forms of
Teshuva," and on Sept. 12
he will speak on "Terua or
Trumpet." The annual
Shabat Shuva lecture will
be delivered at 6:45 p.m.
Sept. 13. Rabbi Gordon will
focus on the Halakhic and
Aggadaic interpretations of
the Days of Penitence.
Consult synagogues and
temples not listed herein for
their High Holiday services
schedules.

Cong. Bais Chabad

Secularists Plan
Holiday Session

(Continued from Page 30)
8 p.m. Sept. 12.
CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK: Rabbis Irwin
Groner and Alan Lucas will
officiate at Selihot services
11:30 p.m. Saturday. Can-
tor Chaim Najman will
chant the liturgy, assisted
by the synagogue choir,
under the direction of Harry
Siegel. Members of the
havurot will present
dramatic readings.
A theater hour will pre-

CONG. B'NAI ISRAEL

Of Pontiac - West Bloomfield
CONSERVATIVE

- announces -

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
Cantor Israel Idelsohn

Rabbi Philip Blachorsky

at our new air-conditioned

SANCTUARY

4200 Walnut Lake Rd.

for seating and tickets call

681-9237 or 661-5653, Evenings

Be our guest at

11:00 Social Hour

Selichot Services
12:00 Services

Sept. 6, 1980

HIGH HOLIDAYS

Are Approaching

of West Bloomfield

Early Elementary, 5475 W. Maple
in a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere

For Reservations Call

336-8300
ask for Rosalyn Kravitz daytime only

Seats are only $30 — $50 per couple

Children and Students free of charge

* * *

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will hOld its annual
holiday assemblies 10 a.m.
Thursday and 8 p.m. Sept.
19 and 10 a.m. Sept. 20 at
the Frost Middle School in
Oak Park, announces Mrs.
Schein,
0.
Herbert
president.
prepared
Specially
makhzorim containing
readings from Hebrew and
Yiddish prose and poetry
are utilized. Admission is
free, and the public is in-
vited.

Friday, September 5, 1980 31

'SEPHARDI

brother of the Regional
Chabad Director Rabbi
Berel Shemtov, was respon-
sible for the Congressional
signing of the National
Scroll of Honor for the
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menahem M. Schneerson of
New York, in tribute to
three decades of the Rebbe's
leadership. Sen. Levin was
one of the signatories of the
scroll.
Other guests include
Federal Judge Stewart A.
Newblatt of Flint, Rep.
Joseph Forbes, Majority
Floor Leader of the
Michigan House of
Representatives and
State Sen. Doug Ross.
Leading the dedication
ceremonies will be Emma
Lazaroff-Schaver, honorary
Chairman of Michigan
Chabad; Irwin I. / Cohn,
chairman of Michigan
Chabad; Irving Laker, 1980
Lubavitch Campaign
chairman, Charles E. Fein-
berg, Camp Gan Israel
chairman; and David
Hermelin, building com-
mittee co-chairman.

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER

18451 West Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, Mi.

SEUCHOT SERVICE

SAT., SEPT. 6, 1980

ORIENTAL REFRESHMENTS

David Hazan, Cantor
Salvatore Katan, Cantor
Gilbert Senor, Sexton
David Chicorel 9 HenriBizaoui 9
Chairmen
Call Mrs. Mary Papo for reservations
967-4414

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE

"

Says "THANKS" to

GEORGE BASS

President 1964-1978
Celebrating his 75th Birthday

OCT. 5 — 6 P.M.
Adat Shalom Synagogue

zi

For further information and tickets:
Alfred Bricker — 961-4139 — Synagogue
Office 961-9328 or Judge Nathan Kaufman-256-2151

THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)

Invites The

GREAT DETROIT JEWRY

to participate in a

MEMORIAL SERVICE

for the Six Million Jews who perished in Europe at the Hands of the Nazis
which will - be held on

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1:00 P.M.
at the HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery) Gratiot and Fourteen Mile Rd.

RABBI LEO Y. GOLDMAN

of Cong. Shaarey Shomayim
and

CANTOR HYMAN ADLER

of Cong. B'nai David -
will participate in these services.

Jerome G. Friedman, President; Sanford L. Wolok and Samuel A. Kayne,
Vice-Presidents; Morris Dorn, Treasurer; Norman Blake, Secretary;
Samuel P. Havis, David Silver and Rabbi Eric Greenbaum, Trustees; Ed-
ward Miller, Cemetery Chairman; Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Executive Direc-
tor; Nathan Wolok, Assistant Director; Rabbi Henry L. Goldschlag, Cemet-
ery Administrator and Harry E. Citrin, Honorary President.

Edward Miller

Chairman

Nathan Samet

Honorary Chairman

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