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September 06, 1991 - Image 176

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-06

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Happy
New Year

DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN
& LADIES AUXILIARY
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
OF THE UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA

JACK SCHWARTZ

MARTHA HAUPTMAN

Department Commander

Department President

SILVERMAN-DETROIT
POST NO. 135
Albert E. Shipp, Commander

LAWRENCE H. & JOSEPH JONES
AUXILIARY NO. 190
Marion Blondy, Auxiliary President

LIPSHAW-HOBERMAN
POST NO. 230
Simon D. Krasner, Commander
Frieda Samoss, Auxiliary President

FLINT POST NO. 231

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN-
SOUTHFIELD POST NO. 333
Seymour Rubenstein, Commander
Florence Weber, Auxiliary President

LT. RAYMOND BLOCH-
GEN. MAURICE ROSE POST NO. 420
Saul Glosser, Commander
Lorraine Tannis, Auxiliary President

LT. ROY F. GREEN
POST NO. 529
Murray M. Kahn, Commander
Lillian Stein, Auxiliary President

PVT. ROBERT J. RAFELSON
POST NO. 431
Leslie Fleisher, Commander
Corrine Oppenheim, Auxiliary President

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST NO. 530
Sol Levin, Commander
Anne Weinstein & Sarah Kaminsky,

PFC. JOSEPH L. BALE
POST NO. 474
Rubin Zissman, Commander

HARVEY DATER
POST NO. 559 (Lansing)
Bernard Friedland, Commander

SGT. CHARLES SHAPIRO
POST NO. 510
Bernard Gross, Commander
Betty Anne Kusnit, Auxiliary President

LT. LARRY S. WEIL-
OAK PARK AUXILIARY NO. 716
Adele Lipson, Auxiliary President

Auxiliary Presidents

PFC. DORAN GOLDFARB-
TRI CITY POST NO. 727 (Saginaw)
Dr. Lewis 'merman, Commander

MILTON KLEIN
ELY J. KATZ

MILTON KLEIN

National Executive
Committeeman

IRVING KELLER

National Service
Officer

Chiefs of Staff

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TRANS

In celebration of its 40th an-
niversary, Temple Emanu-El
will host two concerts Sept.
21-22. Both will feature violin
virtuoso Yosef Yankelev, with
piano accompanist Jeffrey
Jamner.
Mr. Yakelev, born in Vilna,
Soviet Lithuania, is a
Julliard graduate whose
career includes appearances
in the United States and
abroad as a soloist and as the
founding first violinist with
the Naumburg award-
winning New World String
Quartet.
The first event, "An Even-
ing with Yosef Yankelev," is
presented by the Temple
Emanu-El 40th Anniversary
Committee, and will begin
with an 8:30 p.m. concert,
followed by a champagne and
dessert buffet. There is a
charge.
The Sunday concert, spon-
sored by Temple Sisterhood
and the Beverly Gold
Memorial Fund, will feature
Mr. Yankelev and Mr. Jamner
performing selections for the
young and young at heart at
12:30 p.m., with refreshments
following the performance.
There is a charge.
A percentage of the pro-
ceeds from these events will
benefit MAZON (The Jewish
Response To Hunger).
Advance tickets may be pur-
chased at the synagogue. For
information, call the temple,
967-4020.

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176

Temple Emanu-EI
Hosts Concerts

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1991

Rabbi Richard A. Weiss will
conduct holiday services 8
p.m. Sept. 8 in the non-
sectarian Meditation Room
on the first floor of St. Joseph
Mercy Hospital, 900 Wood-
ward Avenue, Pontiac. Rabbi
Weiss' sermon will be entitl-
ed "Matters of Life and
Death."
Rabbi Weiss will conduct
the Rosh Hashanah morning
service 10 a.m. Sept. 9. His
sermon will be entitled "Mat-
ters of Life and Death, II."
Rabbi Weiss will conduct
the Kol Nidre service 8 p.m.
Sept. 17. The sermon will be
on "What I Am Learning in
School." The Yom Kippur
morning service will be at
11:30 a.m. on Sept. 18; the
sermon, "What Is Our World
Coming To?"
The Yom Kippur Afternoon
Service will commence at
2:30 p.m. Rabbi Weiss' ser-
monette will be "When No
One in Our Original Family
is Living." Mrs. Beverly Stief
will be the soloist at Nillah.
For information, call Rabbi
Weiss, 932-1941.

Rabbi Bergman

Rabbi Bergman
Appointed

Rabbi Aaron Bergman, a
former resident of Oak Park,
has been appointed rabbi at
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Synagogue, where he will
share rabbinical duties with
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper.
He will also serve as rabbi-in-
residence at Hillel Day
School.
- Rabbi Bergman attended
the University of Michigan
and is a recent graduate of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary.

Sukkah Builders
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its second annual
"Great Sukkah Build-Off" 1
p.m. Sept. 15. Practical sug-
gestions will be offered for
first-time sukkah construc-
tors, as well as for experienc-
ed builders.
Participants will watch the
construction of an easy-to-
build sukkah and will take
home plans, complete with
decorating suggestions and
even recipes for sukkah
snacks.
The program is co-
sponsored by the Synagogue's
Adult Study Commission and
Men's Club. It is open to the
community at no charge.
Maggie Feldman is chairing
the event.

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Temple Beth El
Feeds The Hungry

Temple Beth El members
will observe Yom Kippur this
year by inserting a check
made out to Gleaners Com-
munity Food Bank into an
envelope, attaching the
envelope with a rubber band
to a can of food and depositing
their donation in specially
designated containers outside
the sanctuary. .
The checks will be used by
Gleaners to purchase and
distribute food to 184 member
agencies in 60 communities.

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