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February 06, 1970 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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THE DETROIT EWIS
6, H N
97 EWS
10—Friday, Febrvery 6, 10

Old-New; Hospital Under Way

Akiva Sabbath
This Saturday

Akiva Sabbath will be observed
Saturday by Detroit area syna-
gogues, it was announced by Rabbi
Israel Halpern of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham, president of the Michigan
Region Rabbinical Council of
America.
Sermons will be related to the
importance of the Hebrew day
school which is holding its second
annual concert Feb. 22 at Ford
Auditorium. For information, call
the concert office, 357-2302.

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

To any state. Also drivers furnish-
ed to drive your car anywhere.
Legally insured and I.C.C. licensed.

DRIVEAWAY SERVICE
9970 Grand River
Detroit, Mich. 48204
WE 1-0620-21-22

-4•010411

The new Shaare Zedek Medical Center, now under construction
in Jerusalem, is located on a 10-acre site between Beit Hakerem and
Mt. Herzl, a central point in the development program of Jerusalem.
It will include 500 beds and incorporate teaching facilities and a wide
range of therapy services. A research institute, with computer center,
is included in the plans, along with a school of graduate nursing and
visitors reception center. The underground area will include an emer-
gency hospital and permanent operating suites. Construction will take
five years. A local drive for support of the hospital, founded in 1902,
is under way and will culminate with a dinner March 1 at Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods. For tickets, call Dr. Hugo Mandelbaum,
863-8904, or Alex Roberg, 544-8412. A cocktail party to launch the
fund raising will beheld 4:30.6:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of Dr.

and Mrs. Leon Herschfus, 17090 Jeanette, Southfield.

5

920

THREE UNIQUE
EDUCATIONAL PILGRIMAGES
Religious, Educational and Recreational
Experiences designed to acquaint parti-
pants with Israel, its people and culture.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE • JEWISH AGENCY

515 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022
Tel.: (213) PL 2-0600 Ext. 219

Tr"

'

Eli Lipsker, Hasidic musician,
will be guest artist at the Mikveh
Israel dinner to be held 6:30 p.m.
Saturday at Young. Israel Center
of Northwest De-
troit.
Born in Russia,
Lipsker migrated
to Israel at an
early age and
lived there until
1957, when he
came to th
United States. He
studied many in-
struments, includ-
ing piano and ac- Lipsker
cordion, arrangement and compo-
sition. Lipsker now is director of
several school "choirs in New York.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Na-
than Hillman of Far Rockaway,
N.Y.
For information or reservations,
call Mrs. Tzvi Silverstein, 398-4715.

For as little as $225 a month

(after payment of entrance fee)
you can enjoy the luxurious life at the
beautiful Neve Aviv Retirement Club,
ideally located 15 minutes from Tel Aviv.

Monthly charge includes full Kosher
board, room with private bath, balcony
and telephone, medical care, social and
cultural activities.

Mrs. Frances Nusbaum, Neve Aviv Club
535 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y.10022
Phone (212) 421-8360

Dr. Joseph Gutmann will speak
on "The Romance of Jewish Art"
at the 11th annual Theodore and
Mina Bargman Memorial Scholar
Series on Feb. 15, Dinner at 6:30
will be followed by the lecture
at 8.
Professor of art history at
Wayne State University, Dr. Gut-
mann formerly served on the facul-
ty of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion. He
was ordained at HUC-JIR and stu-
died archeology at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
The dinner and lecture are open
to the public.

Always hold fast to the present
hour. E v e r y state of duration,
every second, is of infinite value
.. I have staked on the present
as one stakes a large sum on one
card, and I have sought without
exaggerating to make it as high as
possible.—Goethe.

from

MORIS HUPPERT

HARVARD ROW MALL
11 MILE & LAMER

OPEN THURS. & SAT. 'TM

TRAVELING

Everywtere

Call

Anywhere

YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH

15751 W. 10 1 Mile Rd.

SPECIAL ISRAEL TOURS AVAILABLE

Eve. 862 0963

353-6750

-

i n7ie1`l 'pe l t7 'imryits e 3\v 15 p

"Inquire After the Peace of Jerusalem; Those
Who Love You View the Future Unafraid"

The Detroit Friends of

SHAARE ZEDEK HOSPITAL

IN JERUSALEM

Most cordially invites

the Detroit Jewish Community

to attend the

ANNUAL DINNER

for the benefit of the

SHAARE ZEDEK HOSPITAL IN JERUSALEM

SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1970-6:30 P.M.

Gutmann to Give
Bargman Lecture

Enjoy the best years
of your life in comfortable -
retirement in Israel!

For information write or can:

Hasidic Musician
to Perform at
Mikva Israel Fete

Be Sharp —
In New Fall Fashions

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two down-

LL,

I. Bar Mitzvah Pilgrimage (13 years old)
2. High School Youth Seminar (14 years old)
3. Advanced High School Study (15-17 years old)

Look Sharp —

in Egypt, Back Home

ed Israeli fighter pilots who were
released from prison in Egypt
three weeks ago, where discharged
from a military hospital here. Maj.
Nissim Ashkenazi and Capt. Giora
Romm were injured when they
bailed out over Egyptian territory
after their jets were hit by anti-
aircraft fire. For nearly three
months they were held incommu-
nicado in an Egyptian prison.

1 3 , 10,, 1

THREE ISRAEL SUMMER PROGRAMS

Seven Weeks
July August

2 Israeli Pilots, Jailed

in the Stollman Hall

Young Israel Center of Oak Woods

24061 Coolidge Highway

GUEST SPEAKER: RABBI ISAAC SWIFT

Englewood, N.J.

For Reservations Call:

DR. 'HUGO MANDELBAUM, 863-8904
or MR. ALEX ROBERG, 544-8412

Shaare

Zedek has dedicated service to the City of Jerusalem for

almost 70 years. This affair

maintain

is part

of a Worldwide effort

THE 32nd ANNIVERSARY BANQUET

OF THE

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS AND MERKAZ
SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1970 — 6 P.M.
THE DETROIT HILTON

THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ISM CORDIALLY INVTED TO ATTEND

Milt "JAMES GORDON
General Chairman

to

the present facilities and help in the construction of

a new 500 bed hospital near Mt. Herzl.

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL:
Mr. Ruben GrevninJ Ticket Chairman, WA 8-3500, Eves. EL 6-7068 or Council Office 342-6260

IMAM WEAN

Dinner Chairman

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