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September 10, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, September 10, 1982

Many Thanks

to our family and friends for
all your kindnesses during Mike's
recent surgery and recovery

Mike & Sylvia Beresh

CONGREGA.TRIOND SAA111,11,1211D.AYTAH

HIGH HOLIDAY
SERVICES

with our Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig

AND CANTOR SEYMOUR GREENSTEIN

Rosh Hashonah: September 11, 18, 19, 1982
Yom Kippur: September 26, 21, 1982
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1982
To be held at the

Glenn Schoenhals School

16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.
Donation $25.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your
reservations today by calling any of the following:
Gedale Elbaum
Sol Kleinman
Jack Waksberg

23471 KENOSHA Ticket Co-Chairman
- Chairman
356-3383

398-6861

Abe Weberman

Ticket Chairman

626-5224

Louis Apfelblat

542-0521

5487339

Sonia Popowski

557-3994

Leo Halpern

Simon Schwarzberg 661-1182, 541-1450
557-4157
Mrs. Ben Fisk

545-1244
All proceeds from High Holiday
will go toward the Memorial Center

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones,
Remember how warm and "hamish" our services are.

Terrorist Regrets 1972 Airport Massacre

TEL AVIV (JTA) — For
the first time since his ar-
rest 10 years ago, Kozo
Okamoto, the Japanese Red
Army terrorist serving a life
sentence for the 1972 Ben
Gurion Airport massacre,
has expressed regret for kil-
ling. But at a meeting in
prison with Kyoto Univer-
sity law professor Idio
Oyeshi, Okamoto reaf-
firmed his allegiance to the
terrorist organization.
On May 30, 1972 three
Japanese gunmen sprayed
machinegun fire and tossed
grenades into a crowded
passenger terminal at the
arrivals terminal at the air-
port. Among the 30 who
were killed were 16 Chris-

tian pilgrims from Puerto
Rico, 12 Israelis and two of
the gunmen. In addition, 73
people were wounded.
The Japanese professor
held a two-hour meeting
with the prisoner in the
office of Ramle prison war-
den David Peri. During the
meeting Oyeshi sang nur-
sery songs to Okamoto, who
joined in and slowly began
to shed his usual reticence,
until now maintained even
with other Japanese vis-
itors.
The prisoners told his vis-
itor he had joined the ter-
rorist organization after
two unhappy love affairs.
Prison spokesman later
quoted Okamoto as saying

Twinned Bar Mitzva Marked

Howard Freedland re- Daniel and Sarah Fradkin,
cently celebrated his Bar who have been trying to
Mitzva at Cong. Bnai David emigrate from the Soviet
with a Soviet Jewish child Union since 1972. The elder
in agsentia whose family is Fradkin teaches Hebrew
prohibited from emigrating and Judaism to his children
to Israel. and to children of other re-
This was the first twinned fusniks.
He was dismissed from
or shared Bar Mitzva at the
synagogue to publicize the his lecturing post at the
plight of Soviet Jews. How- Leningrad Institute of Elec-
ard shared his Bar Mitzva tronic Communications
with Vladimir Fradkin of immediately after apllply-
Leningrad. ing for a visa to emigrate to
Vladimir is the son of Israel.

Beth El to Install Schwartz

Rabbi Schwartz came to
At 8 p.m. this evening,
Temple Beth El will install Temple Beth El in 1974 as
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz as associate rabbi after hold-
its senior rabbi. ing a similar position at
Temple Israel in New
Rochelle, N.Y. He was the
first Jewish chaplain at Mt.
Carmel Mercy Hospital in
Detroit and for the South-
field Police Department.
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kelesAtr.

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HEY, LOOK US OVER!

Temple Emanu-El,

he had broken his custom-
ary silence "because the
professor simply spoke to
me with songs from my
childhood." Okamoto does
not mix with other pris-
oners and has a cell to him-
self.

The cartoon hero Super-
man, first published in 1938
and now translated into 35
languages, was created by
two Jewish youngsters in
Cleveland, Jerry Siegel and
Joe Shuster.

Caricatures

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

An Alternative Style .. .
An Alternative Location .. .

CONGREGATION T'CHIYAH
SUNDAY SCHOOL

Children 6-13 -
From Sept. 12
Sundays 9:30-12
1035 St. Antoine (in Greektown)

For Information: 393-9589 Evenings

CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK

cordially invites you
to attend

SELICHOT
SERVICES

SAT. NITE - SEPT. 11
9:30 P.M. - MORRIS ADLER HALL

14450 W. 10 MILE ROAD.
OAK PARK, MICH.

One of the finest foreign
films of the decade

A VIBRANT AND PROGRESSIVE
CONGREGATION IS ACCEPTING
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS FOR
THE COMING YEAR — 1982-83

"THE GARDEN OF THE
FINZI-CONTINIS"

One Day a Week Independent Hebrew School.
Religious School • Adult Education
Speakers • Cultural Series • Torah Study Group
Films • Book Reviews • Choir • Youth Group
Youth Choir • Couples Club • Brotherhood
Sisterhood • Outdoor Summer Services

CALL 967-4020 FOR FURTHER DETAILS

Lane B. Steinger - Rabbi
Norman Rose - Cantor & Ed. Dir.
Rabbi Ellen W. Dreyfuss - Ed. Coordinator
Dr. Milton Rosenbaum - Rabbi Emeritus
Allan Tushman - PRESIDENT

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will be shown

RABBI SCHWARTZ

He succeeds Rabbi
Richard C. Hertz as senior
rabbi at Beth El, and is only
the fourth senior rabbi at
the temple in this century.
A native of New York,
Rabbi Schwartz, 36, was
ordained at Hebrew
Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
The keynote address this
evening will be given by Dr.
Alfred Gottschalk,
president of HUC-JIR.
Other speakers will include
Archbishop Edmund Szoka
of the Archdiocese of De-
troit, Rev. B. Willingham of
the Christian Communica-
tion Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit Churches, and
Rabbi David S. Hachen, Di-
rector of the Northeast
Lakes Federation of Reform
Synagogues of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations.

11 P.M. - Social Hour

and Refreshments

11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
SELICHOT SERVICE

Conducted By:
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Rabbi lee Paskind
Cantor Chaim Najman with the Shaarey Zedek
Choir directed by Harry Siegel

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