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August 17, 1984 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, August 17, 1984

CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

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METROPOLITAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH IS PROUD TO ANNOUNC1

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S 1E VICES

CANTOR SEYMOUR GREENSTEIN
CANTOR ZUI GITELMAN

Rosh Ha•honah: September 26, 27, 28, 1984
Yom IUppur: October 5, 6, 1984

1984

5745

To be held at the
Glenn Schoen/tali School

16500 Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Mich.

Donation S2500 per person

NOW REGISTERING

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

United Hebrew Schools' Nursery School
will offer EXTENDED HOURS next Fall
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Jack Waksberg

Sol Kleinman

Chairman

Ticket Co-Chairman

6117.4157
Abe Webemian

3564383

Sonia Popowski
557.3994

Leon Halpem

661-1712 — 541.7450

Simon Schwarzberg

Tockei Chaman

Mrs. Ben Fisk

557-4157

626.5224

545-1244

The only Nursery School in the Southfield area to offer:

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• An introduction to Jewish values
and rituals

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones,
li•sn•mb•r how warm and "hamlah" our services are.

• Multi-lingual, experienced staff
Summer day camp

• Conveniently located near all
freeways and major thoroughfares
• Flexible scheduling, allowing
2, 3 or 5-day programs

• UHS Nursery School —
The affordable choice In
the heart of Southfield
21550 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48076 Call 356-7378

• Kindergarten Readiness

CONG. BETH ACHIM
HIGH HOLIDAYS

in the
Main Sancturay
Will Be Conducted by
RABBI MILTON ARM
and
CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY

Membership Available

AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAYS SERVICES

#1

BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES
A CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE

Auxiliary Social Hall

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK
and
CANTOR DAVID ARM

5075 W. MAPLE ROAD, W. BLOOMFIELD

Please Attend Our Synagogue Open House
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 2-5 P.M.

FILLS THE NEEDS OF THE WHOLE FAMILY

will officiate
Tickets $60.00

#2

La Med Auditorium

at United Hebrew School
Rohlik Building










nursery school - 21/2-5 years
religious school - kindergarten thru post Bar/Bat Mitzvah
affiliated youth groups
Chavarout groups
Sisterhood . .. Men's Club... PTO ... Young Marrieds
monthly Friday Night FAMILY worship services
choir ... library
SHABBAT & FESTIVAL SERVICES THAT WILL MORE THAN FULFILL
YOUR SPIRITUAL NEEDS.
• Breakfast Forum series - Cultural programs.

RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
and
CANTOR BARRY ULRYCH

will officiate

Tickets $40.00

Tickets available at

21100 West 12 Mile Rd.
Smithfield, Michigan

WE WILL WORSHIP IN OUR NEWLY
RECONSTRUCTED SANCTUARY FOR
THE HIGH HOLYDAYS THIS YEAR.

for further information or
inquiries concerning
membership and seating
call synagogue office:

For information on MEMBERSHIP . . . NURSERY . . . RELIGIOUS
SCHOOL . . . call the Synagogue office - 851-6880

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NEWS

Labor Party
leaders doubtful
on unity talks

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Leaders of the Labor Party
were "rather pessimistic"
this week about its prospect
or that of Likud's to stitch
together a narrow-based
government. There was also
some pessimism about the
possibility of forming a na-
tional unity government.
The talks that have been
going on since last week be-
tween Labor and Likud and
between the two major par-
ties and the small parties
appear to be making little
progress.
Sources participating in
the negotiations between
Likud and Labor praised
the cordial atmosphere but
said there has been no sub-
stantial progress on the two
key issues: the Jewish set-
tlements in the West Bank
and negotiations with Jor-
dan. Each party, the source
said, advanced its own line.
The only possible break-
through was former Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin's pro-
posal Sunday night that
Labor and Likud seek to set
up a unity government for a
two-year period to focus
mainly on the economy and
the need to withdraw from
Lebanon.
This proposal has not
been formally endorsed by
either party, but given the
ongoing disputes on foreign
and domestic policies, Ra-
bin's scheme may gather
support as a practical way of
forming at last a two-year
government since any coali-
tion that either party might
manage to put together
would probably be much
shorter-lived than two
years.
But even if agreement is
reached on Rabin's pro-
posal, the thorny issue of
who would head a two-year
government — Labor leader
Shimon Peres, who was cho-
sen as Premier-designate by
President Chaim Herzog, or
Premier Yitzhak Shamir —
has still to be resolved.
Herzog chose Peres Aug.
4 and the Labor leader had'
until Aug. 25 to form a gov-
ernment, with a 21-day ex-
tension, if he needs it to
complete his task. Should
he fail to do so by then, Her-
zog will call on someone else
to try to form a government.
Shamir would in all likeli-
hood be called upon to do so,
as the leader of the second
largest party in the Knes-
set, with 41 seats compared
to Labor's 44.

Haifa U. to cite
Kissinger, Dodd

New York — Former Sec-
retary of State Henry A.
Kissinger and Sen. Christ-
opher J. Dodd (D-Conn.)
will receive honorary de-
grees from the University of
Haifa at the annual dinner
of the American Friends of
Haifa University Oct. 3 in
New York.

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