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December 14, 1973 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 14, 1973-23

Slide Lecture
This Weekend

Holiday Greetings

SCHILLER MILLINERY
STORES. tile.

Downtown, Northland, Westland,

Oakland Mall, Troy, 4940 Schaefer, Dearborn,

11978 E. Warren, Detroit

SUNDAY, JAN. 13, 1974

IS THE BIG DAY!
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM

Proudly Presents

ALL NEW 19

Vishniac

DITION

KATSKILL
KAPERS

Dr. Roman 'Vishniac, whose
series of photographs of East
European Jewish communi-
ties provided a picture of the
vitality of Jewish life prior
to the Holocaust, will deliver
an illustrated lecture at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday.
Physician, biologist, art
specialist and photographer,
Vishniac has spent a large
part of his over 70 years
escaping political and human
tragedies — and learning to
record them.
His talk, "Portrait of a
Lost People," will be illus-
trated with photographs from
the East European series.
This first Morris E. Bloom-
berg Judaica Lecture is made
possible by a fund endowed
by the Bloomberg family in
honor of Morris E. Bloom-
berg's 60th birthday. -
A champagne reception
will follow. The public is
invited at no charge.

Guest Rabbi Plans
Talk on Postwar
Israel at Beth El

Consul to Be
171 Speaker

Class in Supervising Day Schools Offered

NEW YORK — A special
program for the training of
Hebrew day school adminis-
trators leading toward a
master of business adminis-
tration (MBA) degree has
been started by the National
Association of Hebrew Day
School Administrators.
The program is given in

conjunction with the New
York Institute of Technology,
a business college accredited
by the Middle States Associ-
ation.
The initial class of 35 in-
cludes a number of young
people with bachelors de-
grees and an intensive He-
brew day school background.

Mr. and Mrs. Club of
Congregation Beth Achim
Is Sponsoring An
Art Auction and Exhibition

Sat. Evening December 15, 1973

Yaakov Keinan, Israel con-
sul for press and information
in the Midwest, will discuss
the Yom Kippur War and its
repercussions at the monthly
cultural brunch of Young Is-
rael of Metropolitan Detroit
Dec. 23 at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Services begin at
8:45 a.m. and brunch at 9:30
a.m. Keinan, who emigrated
from England in 1958, is for-
mer first secretary of the
Israel Embassy in Cameroun
and charge d'affaires in
Guinea. For serevations, call
the Young Israel office, LI
8-2377, noon-4 p.m. weekdays.

Rabbi Ira S. Youdovin, the
new director of the North
American board of the World
Union for Progressive Juda-
ism and director of the Israel
commission of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and Central Conference
of American Rabbis, will ad-
dress services 8:30 p.m. Dec.
21 at Temple Beth El. Rabbi
Youdovin will speak on "Is-
1. What are the books
rael After the War."
known as the Five Megillot
Rabbi Youdovin has served (Scrolls)?
on the faculty of the national
2. Who in the Bible is the
Torah corps of the National archetype of an anti-Semite?
Southfield
Federation of Temple Youth
or phone
3. What in the Bible is the
and program director of the
most
extreme example of
NFTY National Academy.
idol worship?
4. Who said the follow-
Why is Israel like sand? As
in the sand thou diggest a ing: "Learn to do well; seek
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pit, and in the evening thou justice, relieve the oppress-
findest it filled up, so too is ed, judge the fatherless,
$750 $6
$ 5 and $ 3
it with Israel. — Pesikta plead for the widow."
Buber.
5. What is the source of
the first few words of the
song Eli, Eli?
6. What answer does the
Psalmist give to the question
"Who shall ascend unto the
mountain of the Lord? And
who shall stand in His Holy
place?"
7. What is the reference to
the expression "The hand-
writing on the wall"?
a. Name the two men with
whom the Return to Zion was
associated in biblical times.
9. In which book of the
Bible is the question about
the suffering of the right-
eous and the prosperity of
the wicked the major theme?
In the last quarter Ed Goldstein did an exceptional job in life
10. Complete the following
and give its source: "My son,
insurance sales for his agency. In the last month alone, Ed
of thy father,
keep the
equalled his previous three-month sales effort. For this out-
of
and forsake not the
standing achievement, he was named "Man of the . Quarter" for thy mother."

Champagne Preview is from 8-9 p.m.

Auction Commences at 9 p.m. sharp

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd. Southfield, Mich.

Donation is $1.00

A Valuable Door Prize

We're In our new home in Farmington...

AIR CONDITIONING

Ford Auditorium 7:30 p.m.

TICKETS AVAILABLE

CONGREGATION
BETH ACHIM

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd

.

352-8670

ED GOLDSTEIN

Is RUNNING
3 TO 1
IN HIS FAVOR

his agency, J. Eli Grinblatt and Associates. Ed is well-deserving
of this recognition because of the professional and total services
he offers his clients in such areas as Disability Income Insur-
ance, Estate Planning and Buy-Sell Agreements. It's profes-
sionals like Ed Goldstein that keep our agency out in front.

J. ELI GRINBLATT
& ASSOCIATES
Honeywell Center

17515 W. Nine Mile Rd., Suite 525, Southfield, Mich. 48075

354-4230

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25800 Northwestern Hwy.

Southfield, Mich. 48075

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CONG. BETH
ABRAHAM-HILLEL

PRESENTS SIMON HESERA'S FILM

Ben•arion Remembers:

...How a 5000 year-old promise from God
became a 25 year-old nation

SATURDAY, JAN. 19 — 8:30 P.M.

OAK PARK HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM

OAK PARK BLVD. at COOLIDGE

DONATION: $3.50 ADULTS
$2.00 YOUTH

under 14 years

LFo r Reservatons Call Syn. Office 851-6880

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