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October 25, 1974 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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M LTER

Temple Israel Couples
Club will present "not just
another art auction" 9 p.m.
Nov. 2 at the synagogue.
A champagne, preview will
be held at 8, and prizes will
be given. There is a charge.
For information, call the
Jerry Siphers; 357-4337, the
Jerome Billers, 544-4566, or
the Jerry Kroots, 557-3388.

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11 Mile & Lahser,
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Center Branch Plans Musicale

The 10 ' Mile Jewish Center the Renaissance Quartet per-
Senior Adult Council will pre- forming classical music. The
sent its second Sunday night quartet includes Lucia Bril,
musicale 8 p.m. Nov. 3 at the piano; Alex Robinson, violin;'
Jean Gregory, viola; and Don
10 Mile branch.
The program will feature Gregory, cello. The artists
Middle East—these are the
will speak on the program to
UN's refugees. The hotbed of
help the listeners understand
Arab terrorism, the incuba-
the music.
tor for Israel's greatest ene- Marrieds Plan
There is a nominal charge.
mies is clothed and fed by Square Dance
Refreshments
will be served,
UNICEF funds. What a proj-
The married couples club
ect for Jevv-ish parents and of Adat Shalom Synagogue and the community is invited.
their children on a cold will have an autumn square
autumn flight!
J. CLARKE STUDIO 1
dance 9 p.m. Saturday at the
When the little Jewish Trick synagogue.
"Portraiture of Distinction_
or Treaters come to your
For Your Wedding
June and Chuck Kopta will
home on Iplloween night, be the callers. There is a
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tell them with a smile, "I'm charge. Refreshments will be
3223 W. McNichols
sorry. This is a Jewish home. served, and guests are in-
Nr. Muirland
-
We don't celebrate Christian vited.
Call 341-4141
holidays and we give to the
United Fund or to the UJA."
Tell them to come back on
Hanuka for Hanuka gelt. Or,
if they like the gay costum-
ing, tell them to come Purim
for sh'lach manot. The Jew-
LAMINATED - WOVEN WOOD -
ish faith is not so bankrupt
TRANSPLASTIC
that it has to borrow the
customs and celebrations of
other faiths. It's time for
some affirmative action for
ALSO CLEANING and ALTERATIONS
Torah!
531
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Rabbi Jack Goldman, •
Jewish Chaplain, Macomb
County Community College

Rabbi Goldman Exposes Halloween,
Non-Jewishness, UNICEF Guilt

Editor, The Jewish NeWs:
Thursday night, Oct. 31
is Halloween. It is the
hallowed evening or the vigil
of All Saints' Day and All
Souls' Day (Nov. 1 and
2). Both Halloween and
the two days that follow are
significant religious celebra-
tions of the Roman Catholic
Church and of many other
Christian denominations. Hal-
loween is not an American
holiday and it is not a secu-
lar holiday, 'by any stretch
of the imagination.
Nevertheless, every year
thousands of Jewish parents
dress their children in gay
costumes and wander the
streets in celebration of Hal-
loween, carrying lit pumpkin
heads, ringing doorbells for
the "Trick or Treat."
The travesty is that many
of these Jewish parents have
never told • their children
about Sukkot; the y have
never mentioned Hoshana
Rabba; and they just couldn't
make it for Simhat Torah,
They probably don't even
realize that in their "Hallow-
eening" they are indoctrinat-
ing their children in the ob-
servance of Christian holi-
days. Woe to the American
Jewish community that wit-
nesses this and does not raise
a cry of protest!
The collection of money for
UNICEF, in recent years
closely associated with the
Halloween celebration, only
adds insult to the injury.
UNICEF f u n d s are ear-
marked for 'Refugee Relief.
Whom do you think the UN
recognizes as refugees? Are
they the Jews expelled from
Arab lands who left their
homes in abject poverty with
no more than the shirts on
their backs*? Are they Russian
Jews who, after months of
harassment, find themselves
uprooted and in search of a
new life in a ttrange land?
No, these are not refugees
in the myopic • vision of the
UN. The Arabs who fled
Israel in 1948 and in 1967,
and their children and grand-
children, spread all over the

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C atering • by 1 ,,

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38—Friday, October 25, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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People
Make News

Dr. MATHEW BOROVOY,
podiatrist, was a participant
at the recent annual meeting
of the Michigan State Podia-
try Association in Troy.
*
*
' Dr. HENRY TURKEL, au-
thority on the medical treat-
ment of mongolism (Down's
syndrome), will lecture this
week on mental retardation
at the Turner Center for
Continuing Education at
Columbus College, Colum-
bus, Ga.

* * *

MORTON HACK, presi-
dent of the Hack Shoe Co.
will speak S'unday at the
Prescription Footwear As-
sociation panel on "Pedorthic
Management of the Foot" in
Atlanta, Ga.

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