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September 16, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-16

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Hillel Day- School to Start
$1 000 000 Building Fund
Campaign on October 20th ...

Hillel Day School will inaugurate a drive for
$1,000,000 for a school building on Oct. 20.
Abe Kasle, president of the school, announced that
the decision was reached unanimously at a meeting at
his home on Sept. 8.
Kasle emphasized that the $1,000,000 fund will be
for a building only to assure facilities for the school
, text year; that none of the building fund gifts will be
u sed towards working out the school's education deficit.
He stated that 265 children now attend the school-
50 more than last year—and that a large number had to
be denied admission for lack of facilities.
Stating that there is a danger that the school may
be without any facilities next year, Kasle said that the
pressing needs compelled the action taken for the com-
mencement of the building fund drive immediately after
the holidays. He expressed the hope that advance gifts
will give the drive an excellent start.

AN ADMONITION
"Yom Kippur redeems one from
the- sins between man and God,
but not from the sins of man
against his fellow man." This is an
admonition not to harvest human
dealings with pious rationaliza-
tions. —Talmud Yoma, 85b

Mr. and Mrs.

George Ohrenstein

And Their Staff

Take This Opportunity
to Wish Their Many
Friends and Customers
A Year of
Health and Happiness
And to Express Their
Appreciation, for the
Privilege of SerVing You
During the Past Year.

George Ohrenstein Jewelers

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AN ATONEMENT ACT
During Yom Kippur services at
Golders Green Synagogue, London,
Britain's Chief Rabbi surveyed the
whispering congregation and said

gently: "I don't mind you talking
together just at first, because I
realize many of you have not met
here since last Yom Kippur."
—London Jewish Chronicle

Kaplan Brothers and Their Families
and Their Staff

Wish All Customers and Friends
A Year of
Health and Happiness

CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPTth 15 and 16th

KAPLAN BROS.

POULTRY

Originators of "The Hollywood Roost"

18229 WYOMING near Curtis
WE DELIVER

Avrunin to CoaChair
Communal Service
Parley in Israel

'William Avrunin, Jewish Wel-
fare Federation executive director
and president of the National Con-
ference of Jewish Communal Serv-
ice, will be co-chairman of the In-.
ternational Conference of Jewish
Communal Service in Jerusalem
Aug. 19-23.
Co-chairman with Avrunin will
be Dr. Giora Lotan of Jerusalem,
director general of the National
Insurance Institute of Israel.
President Zalman Shazar of Is-
rael will serve as honorary presi-
dent of the conference, the first
international assembly of Jewish
social service workers held in
Israel.
Avrunin and Dr. Lotan were
named at a conference of Jew-
ish communal workers in Wash-
ington. At the same time, the
13th International Conference of
Social Work, with delegates
from more than 60 nations, met
in Washington. There was ex-
tensive Israeli participation.
Dr. Moshe A. Kurtz, the offi-
cial head of the Israeli delegation,
is director general of the Israeli
Ministry of Social Welfare. Dr.
Kurtz served as a member of the
permanent committee that planned
the conference attended by over
3,000 delegates and helped change
the constitution of the group to
broaden its scope. He took part
also in the meeting of representa-
tives of ministries of social wel-
fare concerned with international
social welfare.
Dr. Louis Miller, director of men-
tal health services of the Israeli
Health Ministry, addressed the
ICSW general meeting on "special
ram to deal with the stresses
rban life—mental health as-

Blessings of
the Charitable

From the Shulhan Arukh of
Rabbi Joseph Karo (1488.1575)
-. No man is ever impoverished
through giving alms, nor is evil
or harm ever caused by it; as it
is written. "And the - work of
righteousness shall be peace"
(Is. 32:17).
Whosoever has compassion on
the poor, the Holy One, blessed be
He, has compassion on him.
(Note by Isserles: Let man
realize that he himself is forever
-"- king sustenance at the hand
od, and just as God answers
3 prayer, so should he answer
the prayer of the poor. Let him
also realize that the world is a
revolving sphere, and that eventu-
ally he or his son or his grand-
son may be reduced to poor cir-
cumstances.)
Charity prevents threatened
punishment from Heaven. and in
famine it delivereth from death.—
Article 247:2-4.

Friday, September 16, 1966-3

"May you be inscribed in the book of life for a happy, healthy and prosperous new year."

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