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September 02, 1994 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-02

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Happy New Year
To Our
Customers
and
Friends

Elizabeth Applebaum
Uthversity in New Orleans,
Lane
and administrative assistant for

Yeshivat Akiva's nursery school.
When not writing, Mrs. Ap
Henry Jacobs Camp, a UAHC plebaum loves going to the park
with her children, making jew-
camp in Utica, Miss.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, and elry and reading (favorites are
raised mostly in Missouri, Mrs. William Maxwell's They Came
Applebaum is delighted to have Like Swallows, MacKinley Kan-
a profound Detroit connection: ter's Anclersonville and Paul
her father, Michael. Kaplan, was Fussell's The Great War and
born in the city and grew up on Modern Memory).
"We have countless Rosh
Buena Vista street.
At The Jewi,sh News, Mrs. Ap- Hashanah stories in my family,"
plebaum is responsible for writ- she says. "My brother's brit was
ing, editing and story the day before Rosh Hashanah
development. She also loves do- It was a memorable occasion in
ing "Tell Me Why," where she many ways, especially when the
finds voice for her curious sense rabbi fainted as the circumcision
of humor (what else can you ex- began.
"Another time, my mother
pect from someone who wears a
was working as a Hillel adviser
Barney watch?).
Mrs. Applebaum attended and had prepared a large, round
Stephens College in Columbia, challah as part of a pre-holiday
Mo., and the Hebrew Universi- lunch for the students. Our dog,
ty of Jerusalem. She has been Sol, ate half of it.
"The most exciting thing
married for five years to Phillip
and, is the doting mother:(and to about this Rosh Hashanah is
thinlpfihe used to find it boring that I just learned that my sis-
wln others talked about their ter, Rebecca, and her husband,
Opal) of Yitzhak,11 months, Loren, are expecting their first
a, 2%, who attends child." 121

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Explaining The High
High Holiday Attendance

JENNIFER FINER STAFF WRITER

xtra chairs are brought in,
doorwalls are opened, ad-
mission to services is not
granted without a ticket
and security guards and police
are called to direct the higher
than usual volumes of traffic that
flood Reform and Conservative
congregations during the High
Holidays.
Services at Temple Israel
are conducted in shifts
to accommodate the
number of congregants
who come on Rosh
Hashanah and Yom
Kippur. Members of
Adat Shalom either at-
tend the services held
in the social hall or
main sanctuary. At
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, the walls be-
tween the social halls
flanking the main sanc-
tuary are opened on
these three days.
In many cases, especially
Reform and Conservative
congregations, participation
in Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur services is higher
than at any other service
throughout the year. Yet there
are other Jewish holidays
like Shavuot, Sukkot, Passover

E

and Shabbat, where attend-
ing services is of equal impor-
tance.
"We will never have the at-
tendance we want on
Shabbat," said Rabbi
Paul Yedwab of Temple
Israel. "There is always
going to be a religious
moment that is going
to draw more people.

`Those who come to synagogue
three days a year are not a prob-
lem because they belong to a syn-
agogue," said Rabbi Irwin Groner

"There is always
going to be a
religious moment
that is going to draw
more people."

Rabbi Paul Yedwab

Ours just happens
to be the High Holi-
days."
Some local rabbis,
who will fill their con- Rabbi Groner
gregations in the corn-
ing days, said while
some members come to services of Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
two or three times a year, most "They come to synagogue to de-
clare their loyalty to the Jewish
attend more frequently.

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