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June 16, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Shalom Cancels
Trips to Israel

Sayings of the Bratzlaver

Nahman ken Simha (1770-1811),
a great-grandson of Baal Shem
Tot:, the founder of Hasidism,
was one of the chief sources of
the early literature on that move-
ment. The center of his activities
was the small Ukrainian town of
Bi'atzlar, and he is therefore
generally referred to as "the
Bratzlarer.'
Concerning Joy
Even repentance should be at-
tained through joy. We should
rejoice so much in God that it will
arouse in a regret for having of-
fended Him.
Through zealous labor in the
performance of a holy deed, we
can acquire joy
God disli ∎ e melancholy and de-
pressed spirit

No one is entitled to excuse his
lack of service to the Lord by
affirming that he is engaged in
business and must associate with
vulgar folk. God is everywhere. He
is among the most common of men;
he is to be found in the lowliest
occupation. Delve deeper and you
will find a way to serve God in
.verything and in every work and
place.
By the same token, no matter
how low you may have fallen in
your own esteem, bear in mind
that if you delve deeply into your-
self, you will discover holiness
there. A holy spark resides there
which through repentance you may

Dinner at DARBY'S

is a real treat



Visit Our New
SKYLIGHT
ROOM, Cocktail
Lounge and Bar



AFTER
711EATRE
Snacks
.
Dellzht
LUNCHEON
A Pleazure

Joy is a cure for illnesses caused
by melancholy.
It is the duty of the joyful per-
son to endeavor to bring to those
in sadness and melancholy a por-
tion of his mood.
Concerning Knowledge
Lack of proper understanding is
the cause of all tribulations; per-
fection of knowledge will banish
them.
The essence of a man is his mind
and understanding. Hence where-
ever his thoughts are, there he is.
Let him but think holy thoughts,
and he will he in a holy place.
Anger and cruelty testify to a
defect in man's knowledge. With
increased understanding come
calmness, peace. kindness and con-
tentment.

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CONTINUOUS
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7 Nights a Week
Businessmen's
Luncheons
11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Entertainment
Complete Dinners and
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Till 1 a.m.

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AFTER 2 A.M.

10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Seven Days a Week

LUNCHES - DINNERS
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Ample Parking

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CHINESE FOODS

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In Harvard Row Shopping Center at 11 Mile and Lahser Rd.
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Orders To Take Out

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• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner

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ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Mon. thru Fri. 11.10:30 p.m.

Sat. 10-1 a.m. Sun. 12 Noon-10

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Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
Open
SUNDAYS

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17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mils

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Open Daily 11 a.m.-11 p.m. — Sat. 11 a.m.-2 a.m.
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Carry-Out Service
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13715 W. MILE RD., OAK PARK

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Enchanting Oriental Atmosphere

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Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Sun. Noon-10:30 p.m.
Combination Dinners Every Weekday

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OPEN 7 DAYS 'TILL 2 A.M.

VANNELLI'S

Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge

Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks end Assorted Sea Foods

2672 E. GRAND BLVD.

CARL'S

CHOP HOUSE

S/R BERT PERNIKOFF, on ac-
tive duty with the U. S. Navy Re-
serves, had the job of giving shots
into the arm of other members
aboard his ship . . . He returned
home recently and was given a
taste of his own medicine when an
ex-shipmate did a turnabout and
gave Bert six healthy shots in the
arm! ... He is the son of Sam and
Yetta Pernikoff.

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GIVE WHAT YOU CAN! DO
ALL YOU CAN! HELP KEEP
ISRAEL'S HEAD HIGH!

PRIVATE ROOMS FOR
BANQUETS AND PARTIES

The Stevensville Resort Hotel.
Swan Lake, NY, has added an 18
hole golf course to its facilities.
The course which is 7070 yards
long has as its pro Jimmy Basile.

STEAKS. CHOPS. DTC.

Music by Muzak

WHEN HARRIET HOLLANDER
resigned as teacher at Frost Junior
High recently to devote full time
to her oncoming motherhood, the
7th graders in her class decided to
give her their own personal baby
shower and all presented Harriet
with gifts . . . She is married to
Leo Hollander, teacher at Oak
Park High.

*

Stevensville Resort Hotel
Adds 18 Hole Golf Club

SEA FOODS

3020 GRAND RIVER.

MORE THAN FIVE MONTHS
ago, Frank Silverman, credit man-
ager at Sinai Hospital, would daily
see Betty Seidman of the nursing
office, waiting for a bus ... Finally
he asked her if she wanted a ride
. . . That "pickup" has blossomed
into a beautiful marriage as Frank
and Betty celebrate their five-
month anniversary.
*

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Famous for American & Italian Food
• Steaks • Chops • Seafood
For Over 25 Years
Free Parkins
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18300 Woodward

TR 4-2870

MOLLTE ANN BINDFS, five-
year-old daughter of harri , ter Jack
and Susan Bindes. was waiting for
grandpa, Morrie Bindes, to come
over and visit on a recent Sunday
. . . He finally showed up at 2:30
in the afternoon ... and Mollie Ann
exclaimed. "Where you been.
Grandpa? Fie been waiting for
you." . MOrrie said he had been
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• Buffet Luncheons
2121 CASS (N. of Gd. River)
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''LAM SHOP

Danny Raskin's

The Zim Lines announced that
the S.S. Shalom will sail from New
York June 30 on a five-day
cruise to Bermuda instead of
her regularly scheduled t r ans-
Atlantic voyage to Israel, which
was cancelled owing to the emerg-
ency in the Middle East. The Ber-
muda cruise will be followed by
two additional cruises to Montreal,
Canada.
Avner Manor, executive vice
president of the American-Israeli
Shipping Co., Inc.. U.S. representa-
P rom it.
tives of the Zim Lines, said that
Concerning Charity
the Shalom had been expected to
When you give aid to scholars, sail for Haifa with some 600 pas-
you gain a share in their learn- sengers June 30 but that many
INTEREST IN DOING something
ing.
' cancellations came in after last
He who restores to its owner month's warning by the State De- for the Israel emergency has
a stolen object is like one who partment to U.S. citizens not to reached so many many, regardless
gives to charity.
visit the Middle East. The liner's of age, race.' color, creed or reli-
lie who gives a penny to a poor July 14 Westbound sailing from gion . . . Little Paul Issacson, 8-
man receives six blessings: he who Haifa to New York is also can- year-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold
shows his sympathy with the poor celled.
E. Issacson, writes to the Jewish
man receives eleven blessings.
National Fund, "I was emptying my
The Shalom's cruise to Bermuda
He who feels resentment when
bank and I found Sl. and decided
over the Fourth of July week-end,
he beholds a man prospering who
will depart 6 p.m. June 30 and to give it to Israel. I will send you
formerly was poor is a partner ;
more
next month." . . . A Turkish
return to New York 8 a.m. July 5.
o f Sat an.
The vessel will spend two full doctor in Detroit sent a contribu-
He who gives charity with a
tion
via
messenger to the JNF of-
days in Bermuda where she will
smile is truly a wholehearted man.
serve as hotel for her passengers. fice on Wyoming . . One of the
Charity is greater than the ,
JNF girls answered the phone and
The Shalom's summer schedule was told, "What a gallant little
sacrifices brought to the altar: yet
of cruises to Canada and Expo '67 nation you have. Please accept my
kindness is greater than charity.
Kind-hearted folk should be; will begin July 6 with an 11-day contribution and may God give you
watchful lest their kindness does' cruise, followed by a 10-day cruise luck!" . . . Sarah Kaplan. wife of
not result in more evil than good. July 17.
Percy Kaplan. Detroit JNF execu-
tive director, tells of the many ne-
gios who have been coming in to
give what they can . . . One negro
lady told Sarah, "We haven't got
much. but the Lord knows Israel
needs whatever it is more than we
do!"
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f.
*

Open 7 Days a Week for Buffet
Lunch-Dinner or Coffee Break. 11
a.m. 'til 8:30 p.m. Complete catering
and carry-out.
(WOOdw1.0,11 N.
) unter Blvd. 647.4506

of Birmingham - Bloomfield
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fan into a consuming flame which
will burn away the dross of un-
holiness and unworthiness.
Passion and desire surround
understanding as the shell, the
kernel; break through the shell
and thereby attain understanding.
He who is able to write a book
and does not write it is as one
who has lost a child.
Every author should weigh his
work to determine whether it has
any connection with the "Book of
Humanity," namely, whether hu-
manity will receive any benefit

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 — Friday, June 16, 1967

Free Parking.

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Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 sitars. All Beef aged in our eellarS.

Entertainment at Stevensville
this summer will feature comme-
dians Dick Shawn, beginning July
5, and Myron Cohen, beginning
July 15.

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