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September 25, 1981 - Image 55

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Septebther 25; 1981

Holiday Services -Lis

(Continued from Page 54)
services 7:05 p.m. Monday,
8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday. Members
of the congregation will

chant the liturgical por-
tions. Emmanuel Mittel-

man will be the Baal Musaf.
Rabbi Feivel Wagner will

conduct the services.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF

OAK-WOODS:

Rabbi

CARES
By

<:z9—••••••

at Emanu-El

LINDSAY PRESS








PARTIES
GRADUATIONS
SWEET SIXTEENS
BAR MITZVAHS
REUNIONS
ADVERTISING

A special Rosh Hashana
service will be held at Tem-
ple Emanu-El at 8 p,m.
Tuesday. The entire service
will be conducted in Rus-
sian by Rabbi Victor
Rashkovsky of the Hebrew
Union College in Cincin-
nati.
Russian texts of the serv-
ice will be provided.

PHONE:
(313)559-4070

nzrizri rIsuc

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CANTORS COUNCIL OF DETROIT

wishes its members and their families,
the entire Jewish Community and Klal Yisrael

A Happy, Healty & Prosperous
New Year

Cantor Israel Fuchs, President
Cantor Sidney Rube, Vice-President
Cantor Samuel Greenbaum, Treasurer
"Cantor Chaim Najman, Secretary .

BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
AND HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

Bonds' Holiday Appeal Set

OkWoods Will Dedicate

New Presi dents Walkway

James I. Gordon will of-
ficiate at Rash Hashana
Young Israel of Oak-
services ,7:10 p.m. Monday
and at 8 a.m. and 7:10 p.m. " Woods will dedicate a
president's walkway at the
Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Rabbi Gordon congregation's annual
will speak on "Expanding dinner 6 p.m. Nov. 4 in
Stollman Hall in the
Jewish Life" and on Wed-
nesday,_ he will speak , on synagogue.
Portrait photographs of
"Beyond the, Horizon:' On
the second evening, Rabbi each individual who served
as
president of the congre-
Gordon • -will deliver, a
Halakhic discourse on the gation will be presented at
the
banquet. -
laws dealing with Rosh
Co-chairmen of the eve-
Hashana. The lecture will
ning are: Fayga Dombey
follow Minha.
and Larry Horowitz. Com-
Check with congrega-
tions not listed herein for mittee members are: Alan
Ishakis, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
their High Holiday service
vin Engel, Gary Torgow,
schedules. -
•• •
Bob Torgow, Mr. and Mrs.
Kurt Hertz, Mr. and Mrs.
Russian Service

Jewish Workers
at EEOC Excused
for Holiday

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The federal Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity Commis-
sion (EEOC) has been
praised by the American
Jewish Congress for agree-
ing to an AJCongress re-
quest to excuse Jewish em-
ployees from participating
in a staff training session
scheduled for Rosh
Hashana. The Jewish em-
ployees will be able to take
part in the training session
at a later date, said Phil
Baum, AJCongress associ-

ate executive director.

AWACS Change
Urged by ADL

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith has called on
President Reagan to recon-
sider the proposed sale of
AWACS planes to Saudi
Arabia because it "has not
yet shown its reliability as
an American ally nor its
readiness to participate in
the peace process."

Court Says No
to Bible Course

NEW ORLEANS — The
United States Court of Ap-
peals for the Fifth Circuit
has decided that Repton
High School in Conecuh
County, Ala., violated the
First Amendment by teach-
ing a Bible literature course
with a fundamentalist slant
and by conducting devo-
tional readings over the
school's public address sys-

tem.

Seymour Ribiat, Eddie
Traurig, Simon Kresch,
Helen Horowitz, Dolores
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Lemer.
The public is invited. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call the synagogue
office, 398-1177.

Lubavitch Women
Offer Calendar

Nshei Chabad, the
Lubavitch women's organ-
ization, has made available
free candlelighting calen-
dars. The project is spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. lamb
Nosanchuk.
For a calendar, call Nshei
Chabad, 398-2953.

The Families of Congregation
Beth Achim and its Sisterhood
Wish You and Your Loved Ones
Health, Happiness and Most of All
PEACE in the New Year!

Gladys & Teddy Allen &
Family

Harold Baker & Helene

Shirley & Herbert Bean

111;:i

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PLACE
ATHLETIC
- CLUB

30333 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
(BETWEEN 12 & 13) 646-8990

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 2. The
deadline for local news,
display advertising and
classified display is
noon Friday, Sept. 25.
The deadline for reg-
ular classified is noon
Monday, Sept. 28.
Early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 9 are:
Friday, Oct. 2. for local
news and display ad-
vertising; Monday, Oct.
5, for classified display:
and 2 p.m. Tuesday. Oct.
6, for regular classified.

Mrs. Edith Rose

Dr. & Mrs. Ed Rosenbaum &
Family

Dorothy & Larry Guttenberg

Mr. &
Ro

Beverly & Robert Hacker

Lillian & Herbert Hyman

Dr. & Mrs. Albert Blaize &
Family

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jonas.&
Family

Denny & Sandy Brenner &
Family

Pearl Katkowsky & Family

yn C

Mr. & Mrs. J
Marc

to

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Mr.
Fa 40111.

Louis M. & Nathalie

ampcov &

Morton & Alice Cohe

Mrs. Sidney Cohen & Leonard

Mrs. Morris Loubal Lupi
& Family

Ms. Jackye Drapkin

Leonard & B verly Mitz
lene
Howar

Mimi Friedman & Fam

Jerry & Shelley Gers no
Jeff & Debbie

Mr. & Mrs. Moishe Glazier

Judy, David & Yale Goldin

41 r.

Fa

Mr

I

Phyllis & Seymour Sub,
& Children

if

liner &

The Fox Family
Larry, Tobi • Michael &
Allan

Is

Dr. & Mrs. William Stol

Sol - Choky" & Mary

Herb & Fl. nce
Family

Samuel Solomon

orence Sriro & Family

Mr. & Mrs .

Ben & Pearl Marton

Sam & Lillian Finkelstei

Doriald a Judy Siegel
Renee, No , Aaron &
Deborah

rs .

ving & Betty Levine

Sol & Bea Docks

Sadelle & arry Saltsman

Mr. &

Min & Norman N. Levine

Esther & Milton Lisner
Dov & Diana

athan and

Stewart & Sh ron Silverman
arold
Frank

Isadore & Rose Levin

Marcia & Don Davis &
Family

& Sa dy Rubin

ilarie,
Joshua

Allen & Mary • ilverman
Bruce, Ilene lark, Laurie

The Law ns
Noel, J dy, David &
udr

Mr. and Mrs. Max Leib

Cit

George J.
& Family

The Sherm
Don. Joyce, tuart, Harriet
& Lorin

Max & Harriet Krug

Elizabeth & Ha
Jeffrey, Ba
Amy

Harold &

Le

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Klain
& Family

The Burns Family
Elliot, Sharon, Fel
Emily & Perah

Nena Fassberg

EARLY
DEADLINES

Dr. & Mrs. Ralph Greenberg

Mr. & Mrs: Manuel M.
Grossman & Family

Archer & Libby EtemlOiloche
Joel & Aimee

Dr. & Mrs. Manuel Feld in

V \7---
NN,/
FROM
THE STAFF \I

Shown at a planning meeting for Israel Bonds'
High Holy Day Appeal are, seated from left, Rabbi
Stanley Rosenbaum, Cong. Bnai Moshe; Rabbi Mor-
ton Yolkut, Cong. Bnai David; Rabbi James Gordon,
Young Israel of Oak-Woods; and Rabbi David Nelson,
Cong. Beth Shalom. Standing are, from left, Detroit
Bonds chairman David Holtzman and Bonds Prime
Minister's Club president Sam Rich. Fifteen area
synagogues are participating in the appeal.

Leo Oliva &

Allen & June Ostrow

Anne & Harold Panter

l.otty Partovich & Abie Gale

Roland & Esther Gottesman

Mr. & Mrs. Morris Penner &
Family

The Gordons
Eric, Sarah. Jason &
Sharon

'Judith & Dennis Phillips
Beth. Laurie & Michael

Esther Grainer & Family

The Rogers — Larry, Roz.
Shari. .Julie & Neal

rry & Rena Tepm
rry & Doreen

Bernie

orothy

ock

The Tugenders
Paul. Gloria. David & Lisa

Michael & Estelle Wainer

Ben & Bertha Wasserman &
Family

Charlotte A Wasserman &
Family

Mr & Mrs Louis Weber

Bernice Wilson & Family

Mr & Mrs Morris Wolok &
Fa nu ly

Mr Samuel %%Wok

Fredell Whiteman Si Finals

Hirers' & Rae Zat kolT &

Family

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