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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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Don't waste money on a
patent when you invent an
excuse.
ing of Temple Beth El Sun-
day, Jay W. Allen was elect-
ed president. Other officers
elected were Merton J. Segal
BINGO
and David K. Page, vice
CONG. BETH SHALOM
presidents; Marvin Novick,
14601 WEST LINCOLN
OAK PARK
treasurer; and Robert N.
EVERY TUES. 7:30 P.M.
Canvasser, honorary presi-
dent.

Jay Allen President of Beth El

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

True Good Will

I

The following were elected
to the board of trustees:
Jerome M. Ash, Milton H.
Dresner, Paul Handleman,
Marvin A. Frenkel, Dr. Al-.
fred M. Kreindler and Har-
vey E. Schatz.

BINGO
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL
5075 W. MAPLE
BETWEEN MIDDLEBELT & INKSTER
MONDAYS 7:30 P.M. -

Allen was confirmed from
the religious school of Tem-
ple Beth El and is a lifelong
member of the temple. He
was chairman of leadership
gifts of the building fund
campaign and served as a
member of the board of
trustees for many years. He

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Kosher consumer that

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MICHIGAN KASHRUTH COUNCIL

542 4499

-

JAY W. ALLEN

is on the boards of Sinai
Hospital, Jewish Home for
the Aged, University-Liggett
School, United Foundation,
Detroit Men's ORT and
Travelers Aid Society of De-
troit.

We aim at the assurance
of a rounded and permanent
national life. We do not dis-
trust the future of essential
democracy.—Franklin Dela-
no Roosevelt.

Give Your Child A Chance to Learn About

HIS HERITAGE!
HIS CULTURE,
HIS HISTORY,
HIS RELIGION

ENRICH HIS FUTURE
AND ENROLL HIM TODAY IN

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FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1974

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(Beginners Classes Spetember 9th)

The Community-Wide Jewish Education System from Nursery
School through High School — Certified Teachers — Bar and
Bat Mitzvah preparation . . . Special Class for Deaf Children
. . . Complete Library . . . Audio Visual Department.

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Elementary Schools
Bnai Moshe-UHS
Beth Achim-UHS

14390 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park, Michigan
LI 8-4747

21100 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan
353-2518

Adat Shalom-UHS

Bnai David-UHS

32200 Middlehelt Rd.
Farmington, Michigan
626-2153-

24350 Southfield
Southfield, Michigan
354-1050

High School Department

Affiliate School

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan
352-7117

Temple Emanu-El
14450 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park, Michigan
LI 8-4747

NURSERY SCHOOL

15110 W. Ten Mile
Oak Park, Michigan
LI 8-4191

At. Bnai David Branch
24350 Southfield
Southfield, Michigan
354-1050

ALL CLASSES NOW MEET WEEKDAYS
FROM 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. (HIGH SCHOOL
FROM 4:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.)

MODERN BUS FLEET PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION

(Member Agency of the Jewish Welfare Federation)

1. What city played a role
in the story of Jonah?
2. What two Biblical cities
are the symbols of evil?
3. By what Biblical name
did the Israelis call the area
they captured in the Yom
Kippur War on the West side
of the Canal?
4. In modern times, the
Biblical expression "I bore
you on eagles' wings" had a
special meaning. For whom?
5. What two Egyptian cities
did the Hebrew slaves build?
6. What is the reference to
"Why do you strike your
brother?" "Who made you
chief and ruler over us?"
7. Who said and on what
occasion: "This is your God,
0 Israel, who brought you out
of the land of Egypt"?
8. What prophet uttered the
following: "I remembered, in
your favor, the devotion of
your youth, your love as a
bride—How you followed Me
in the wilderness, in a land
not sown . . . "
9. In what city was David
anointed King? How long did
he reign there?
10. "The stars in their
courses fought against . . .
The brook Kishon swept them
away." What is the refer-
ence?

QUIZ ANSWERS

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.paSerd tranaurN Jo Alp arty •r.

Kol Ami Picks
New Officers

Temple Kol Ami elected
Burton Hollander as presi-
dent at its eighth annual
meeting. Other officers are
Dr. Irving Friedman, Ed-
ward 'Rothschild and Mrs.
Morris Mersky, vice presi-
dents; James Fuller, treas-
urer; and Betty Desmonde,
secretary.
The board of trustees for
the new term includes Mark
Sedley, Robert Stein, Ruby-
jean Gould, Jerry Farkas
and Sheldon Adler.

Forgetfulness of all reli-
gion leads to the forgetful-
' ness of the duties of
Jean Jacques Rousseau.

The Jew who casts aside
his distinctiveness for the
sake of fellowship with other
groups will bring nothing to
that ultimate communion of
minds which alone makes up
human fellowship. He will
bring to that hoped-for frat-
ernity nothing but a mas-
querading self, a spurious
and washed-out personality.
He will have nothing to give.
He has destroyed his unique-
ness. It is only an integrat-
ed, vibrant and affirmative
personality which has some-
thing to contribute to a corn-
munity of personalities.
There is a type of good
will which is based on indif-
ference. "I am a Jew but I
do not care very much about
my religion. You are a Chris-
tian and you do not care very
much about yours. Why,
then, let us be broad-minded
about it." This is not good
will. It is unconcern. For
an unbelieving Jew and an
unbelieving non-Jew to be
tolerant of each other's non-
belief is no achievement. It is
when a believing Jew, who is
profoundly moved by his
faith, and a believing Chris-
tian, who is profoundly
moved by his, discover a
common basis for good will,

Friday, June 7, 1974-25

or a Masquerade?

that a significant event is
consummated. — Abba Hillel
Silver, in "Religion in a
Changing World."

A go-getter is anyone who
runs out of gasoline two
miles from the nearest filling
station.

BINGO
CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID
EVERY THURS. 7:45
24350 SOUTHFIELD RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.

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BINGO
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
SANS SOUCI HALL
ON 9 MILE AT MIDDLEBELT
EVERY SUNDAY 7:15 P.M.

.......

SMALL SOUTHWESTERN
ONTARIO COMMUNITY

Of 35 Jewish Families requies
a qualified Rabbi and teacher.
Position Is Available
I m m ediately.

Write: Box 1165
The Jewish News
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

SINAI HOSPITAL OF DETROIT

NOTICE OF
SPECIAL. MEETING
OF SPECIAL MEMBERS
TO BE HELD ON
JUNE 17, 1974

.

TO THE SPECIAL MEMBERS:
Please take notice that a special meeting of the spe-

cial membership of Sinai Hospital of Detroit will be held
in the ' Cafeteria of the Hospital located at 6767 West
Outer Drive, Detroit, Michigan, on June 17, 1974 at
7:30 o'clock, P:M., Eastern Daylight Time, to consider
and vote upon the following matters:
(1) Ratification of amendments to the By-Lows of
the Hospital which provide for two classes of voting
membership, designate the Executive Vice-President of
the Hospital as an ex-officio member of the Board of
Trustees and grant the President of the Board of Trustees
the discretionary authority to make certain appointments
to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees.
(2) Ratification of amendments to the Articles of
Incorporation of the Hospital to provide for a perpetual
term of existence, to provide foc two classes of voting
membership and to reduce the quorum for meetings of
the special members.
The amendments to the By-Laws were adopted by
the Board of Trustees on May 20, 1974. It is anticipated
that the amendments to the Articles of Incorporation of
the Hospital will be adopted by the general members
thereof at a special meeting of the genera) members
which will be held at the time and place designated
herein for the meeting of the special members. Copies
of the amended By-Laws, as adopted, and of the proposed
amendments to the Articles of Incorporation will be avail-
able for inspection at the special meeting of the special
members and prior thereto in the office of the Executive
Vice-President of the Hospital at 6767 West Outer Drive,
Detroit, Michigan. The effect of the amendments to the
By-Laws and Articles is, in port, to create a class of spe-
cial members whose sole right to vote is in connection
with the election of trustees and to create a class of
general members, who are also the trustees of the Hos-
pital, with the sole right to vote on all other matters.
The special members who are entitled to vote on the
foregoing matters are those individuals who, during the
period from October 1, 1972 to the dote of this notice,
have contributed and paid,.. either to the Hospital or to
the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, money or prop-
erty in on amount or value of not less than $100, as
well as certain persons who have been granted honorary
or life membership.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Milton M. Maddin

President

Detroit, Michigan
May 30, 1974

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