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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 9, 1981

Festival of Booths, Sukkot Begins Monday

Sukkot, the Festival of
Booths and the harvest, will
be observed beginning at
sundown Monday.
Sukkot will be observed
in the community as fol-
lows:

ADAT SHALOM SYN-

AGOGUE: Services for
Sukkot will be held 6 p.m.
Monday, 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Tuesday and 9 a.m. and 7
p.m. Wednesday. Rabbis
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Abramson will officiate.
Cantors Larry Vieder and
Earl Berris will chant the
liturgy, assisted by the
synagogue choir, under the
direction of Dr. Maurice
Lax.
CONG. BAIS CHABAD
OF FARMINGTON
HILLS: Rabbi Chaim
Bergstein will conduct
Sukkot services 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Rabbi Bergstein invites the

public to his sukka located
at 32276 Tareyton, Far-
mington Hills.

CONG. BAIS CHABAD
OF WEST BLOOM-
FIELD: Sukkot services
will be held 9:15 a.m. Tues-

day and Wednesday in the
Ealy Elementary School.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
will conduct the services.

CONG. BETH ACHIM:

The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit

Single Adult Department hosts

CHEAP PLAY!

FREE

I

Professionally instructed CO-ED
AEROBICS CLSSS & SLIMNAST1CS
8:00

Plus

Racquetball, sauna, tennis, indoor
pool, socializing, whirlpool, volleyball,
handball, indoor track, steam rooms,
basketball, pool table, exercise rooms with
universal gym, refreshments, squash,
large screen TV. complete locker room
facilities. Bring your own equipment,
locks and towels.

Services for Sukkot will
begin at 6:45 p.m. Monday
and will continue 8:45 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Tueiday and
Wednesday. Rabbi Milton
Arm will officiate and Can-
tor Max Shimansky will
chant the liturgy.

CONG.

BETH

SHALOM: Erev Sukkot
services will begin at 6 p.m.
Monday. On Tuesday, ser-
vices will be held at 9 a.m.
and 6 p.m. and new students

will be consecrated. Ser-
vices will be held at 9 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.
David Nelson will de-
- :liver the sermon and Cantor
Ninuel Greenbaum will
chant the liturgy.
CONG BNAI DAVID:

The holiday of Sukkot will
be observed at Cong. Bnai
David at 6:30 p.m. Monday,
8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday and 8:30 a.m. and
6:45 p.m. Wednesday. A
kidush, sponsored by the
sisterhood, will be held in

Sat., Oct. 17 7:30 p.m.

the sukka. Rabbi Morton F.

6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield

Adler will chant the liturgy,
assisted by the synagogue
choir.
CHABAD HOUSE OF
ANN ARBOR: Erev Suk-
kot services will be held

For further information call 661-1000
ext. 219 and ask for Shari

Admission: JCC members

Non-members S4.00

53.00

Yolkut will conduct the ser-
vices and Cantor Hyman J.

6:45 p.m. Monday with a

holiday meal served follow-

Detroit Chapter

THE

AMERICAN SOCIETY for TECHNION

ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Invites you to a program . .

LABOR AND PRODUCTIVITY IN ISRAEL

Problems of Inflation-Trade deficit-No growth

speaker

Prof. Raphael Trifon

• Professor of Economics and Management at the Technion
• Served as a Visiting Professor in Canada, U.S., Australia
and Japan. Over the years. consultant to Israeli Ministries
and industries as well as to U.N. agencies in Thailand and
India.
• Currently on Sabbatical at University of Michigan•es a re-
search Visiting Scholar in the fields of labor and finance.

program chairman ...

Salman Grand

Industrialist with business in U.S. and Israel. Member Techn-
ion's International Board of Governors. Board member of the
national and Detroit Chapter. Amer. Technion Society

Thursday
Oct. 22, 1981
7:45 p.m.

United Hebrew
School

21550 W. 12 Mile
Southfield

Bring Family
and Friends

ing services. Tuesday's and
Wednesday's services will
be held at 10 a.m. Rabbi
Aaron Goldstein will of-
ficiate.

day and Wednesday. Rabbi
Betzalel Gottlieb will of-
ficiate.
NSHEI CHABAD
LUBAVITCH WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION: The
CHABAD HOUSE OF women will hold a chil-
WESTERN MICHIGAN: dren's sukka party Sunday
Rabbi Yosef Weingarten at Cong. Mishkan Israel
will conduct Sukkot ser- Nusach H'Ari. Refresh-
vices 9:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ments prizes and enter-
Tuesday and Wednesday.
tainment will highlight the
DOWNTOWN
afternoon. Admission is
SYNAGOGUE: Services free. For information, call
for Sukkot will be held 7:30
the synagogue, 543-6611.
a.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
CONG. SHAAREY
day. Rabbi Noah M. Gamze ZEDEK: Sukkot services
will officiate and Cantor Is-
will be held 6 p.m. Monday,
rael I. Idelsohn will chant
8:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tues-
the liturgy.
day and 8:45 a.m. Wednes-
TEMPLE KOL AMI: A day. Rabbi Irwin Groner
family Sukkot service and will officiate and Cantors
kidush in the sukka will be Chaim Najman and Sidney
held at 7:45 p.m. Monday. Rube will chant the liturgy.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
Preceding the services at
GREENFIELD: Sukkot
6:45 p.m. there will be a pot-
luck supper. Tuesday's services will be held 6:40
Sukkot services will be held p.m. Monday, 9 a.m. and
6:40 p.m. Tuesday and 9
at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Ernst
Conrad will officiate. a.m. and 6:40 p.m. Wednes-
day.
CONG. MISHKAN IS-
RAEL NUSACH H'ARI: YOUNG ISRAEL OF
Rabbi
OAK-WOODS:
Erev Sukkot services will be
held 6:45 p.m. Monday and James I. Gordon will of-
9 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Tues- ficiate at Sukkot services

Chabad-Lubavitch Launches
Drive, Dedication Planned

The Chabad - Lubavitch
organization of Michigan
has launched a two-month
Emergency Governors'
Campaign to raise $250,000
in new funds in an attempt
to ease the movement's cur-
rent critical financial situa-
tion.
Chairmen of the cam-
paign are Mala Dorfman
and her sister, Franka
Charlupski. Mesdames.
Dorfman and Charlupski
are both life members of the
Einstein Chapter of Bnai
Brith Women and are on the
executive board of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit State of
Israel Bonds. (Franka was
chairman for three years
and sits on the executive
committee of the Women's
Division).
They are active in Hadas-
sah, Pioneer Women, Miz-
rachi, Women's American
ORT and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Mesdames Dorfman
and Char,lupski explain
that they hope to reach
the $250,000 Campaign
goal through recruiting
"governors" of Chabad,
the enlistment of persons
who make a minimum
donation. The names of
all governors will be in-
scribed on the Gover-
nors' Board in the lobby
of the Lubavitch Educa-

tion Center in Far-
mington Hills.
All governors and their
families will receive special
invitations to celebrate the
climax of the campaign
Nov. 15 at the dedication of
the Morris L. Schaver Au-
ditorium (in the Far-
mington Lubavitch Center)
when Elie Wiesel will be the
guest speaker. Philip
Slomovitz is honorary
chairman of the dedication
and the chairmen are Ivan
Bloch and David Hermelin.
The Governors' Cam-
paign and the Schaver dedi-
cation are being organized
under the direction of the
board of directors of Michi-
gan Chabad-Lubavitch
whose honorary chairman
is Emma Lazaroff-Schaver.
Chairman is Irwin I. Cohn
and Jack Shenkman is co-
chairman.
Bloch, Hermelin and Irv-
ing Laker are associate
chairmen, Charles E. Fein-
berg is chairman of Camp
Gan Israel and Sidney
Fields is financial adviser.

High School
Hebrew, Bible
Classes at SZ

Registration is still being
taken for Cong. Shaarey
Zedek's special high school
Hebrew language seminar
and advanced Bible study
classes which meet 6:15
Lubavitch Visit
Mondays and Wednes-
Ailing on Sukkot p.m.
days at the synagogue.
Members of Chabad Starting Sunday, a series
Lubavitch will visit Jewish of enrichment courses for
patients at New Grace, 11th and 12th graders will
Sinai, Mt. Carmel and begin. They will focus on
Beaumont Hospitals, who Jewish values, Hebrew lan-
are unable to attend Sukkot guage, reading, Torah read-
services in a synagogue. ing and study.
There is a fee for allbf the
Persons who need assis-
tance in performing the classes. To register or for in-
mitzva of lulavim and et- formation, call Dr.
rogim should call the Jonathan Fishbane or Mar-
Lubavitch Center, 543- vin Kasoff at the
synagogue, 357-5544.
6611.

6:45 p.m. Monday. Tues-
day's and Wednesday's ser-
vices will be held at 9 a.m.
and 6:45 p.m. Tuesday's
guest speaker will be Be-
zalel Gordon, editor-in-chief
of the Israel Government
Press. Gordon is the son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Gordon. On
Wednesday, Rabbi Gordon
will speak on "Sukkot A
Definition for Joy in Liv-
ing."

Tight Security
for W. German
Jews on Holiday
BONN (JTA) — West

German police have tight-
ened security around
Jewish institutions
throughout the country.
In reaction to the recent
synagogue attack in Vienna
and intelligence obtained
by the security services,
police guards were posted
outside of all houses of wor-
ship as Rosh Hashana was
observed. Other police units
patroled the streets in the
vicinity of synagogues and
other Jewish buildings.
It was reported from
Geneva, meanwhile, that
similar tight security mea-
sures were taken at
synagogues and other
Jewish premises in Switzer-
land over the High Holy
Days. Nevertheless, a
number of Jewish families,
apprehensive in the after-
math of the terrorist attack
in Vienna, did not attend
synagogue this week.

In another develop-
ment, the Allied au-
thorities in West Berlin
have renewed their
long-standing ban on the
neo-Nazi National Demo-
cratic Party (NPD). It
applies to party meet-
ings, congresses and
propaganda and is valid
until the end of March

1982.

Despite the ban, the NPD
'has continued its activities
in West Berlin during the
year, and a number of ar-
rests have been made.
Police reported an increase
of anti-Semitic incidents
such as desecrations of
Jewish cemeteries and
threats against local Jewish
leaders.

While Berlin's special
status allows the Allied
powers to ban the NPD it
operates freely in the Fed-
l R
s f e f ibal sc . s a W ye s tth a G te r a-
emr aa n

ban would not stand the
legal test before the coun-
try's constitutional court.

MAIL
WARNING

The Jewish News has
normal deadlines of
noon Monday for local
news and display ad-
vertising to appear in
the issue of Oct. 16.
However, there will be
no mail delivery on
Monday. Materials
should be mailed early
or hand-delivered to
comply with the dead-
line.

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