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May 02, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-02

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Agudath Israel Urges New
Spiritual Strength in America

Donation Aids Hospita

memory of hdr ,
Frank, will be use
physicians' room
that unit.



Mrs. Amber has been ac-
tive in aiding social services,
child care activities and
health care in Israel.


The Detroit Friends of
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem have received a
large donation for the hospi-
tal's new medical center
near Mt. Herzl from Mrs.
Rose Amber of Oak Park.
The Detroit committee
for the hospital is raising
funds for a kidney dialysis
unit for the new facility,
and Mrs. Amber's gift, in

She is a member of Kin-
neret Chapter of Pioneer
Women, the Rabbi Mendel
Lager Chapter of Bnai
Brith, Oak Park Chapter of
Hadassah, the sisterhood of
Cong. Bnai Moshe and a pa-
tron of Ha'aguda Lemaan
Hachayal B'Israel — the
soldiers welfare organiza-
tion in Israel.
Mrs. Amber will officially
present her gift at the
Shaare Zedek dedication
dinner May 26 at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods.

One day is as good as two
to him who does everything
in its place.

Men's Club of
Congregation Beth Shalom

Dinner with Dad

Featuring TV Personality

John Osborne

Ventriloquist & Magician

Show at 7:00
Dinner at 6:00
Wed. May 7th
$1.00 for children
$1.50 Adults

for information call

Emery Weinberger 557-9422

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One thousand leaders of
eimerican Orthodox Jewry,
4heluding deans from the
leading rabbinical institu-
tions in this country, heard'
a call Sunday to American
Jews for a more intimate in-
volvement with the tradi-
tional values of Judaism as
a means of strengthening
the moral strength of the
Jewish nation.
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein,
dean of Mesifta Tifereth
Jerusalem and a member of
the presidium of Agudath
Israel, addressing the din-
ner meeting of Agudath Is-
rael of America, called on
Jews everywhere "to face
the current trying times
with a rededication to the
ancient values of Judaism,
set forth in the ancient
Gov. Hugh Carey of New
York, responding to his
being bestowed with the
1975 Humanitarian Award


Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
baum, national director of
interreligious affairs for the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, will deliver the annual
Daniel M. and Sophie Hass
Memorial Lecture 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Temple Israel.
Rabbi Tanenbaum will
speak on "A Jewish Reac-
tion to Vatican Guidelines."
Over the years, Rabbi
Tanenbaum has become one
of world Jewry's leading--
spokesmen in the non-Jew-
ish community. Similarly,
he has achieved prominence
in the Jewish community as

March 17, 1975

Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek
c/o Mr. Alex Roberg
13128 Wales Street
Huntington Woods, Michigan

Dear Friends:

From Jerusalem I should like to send you the greetings of the Shaare Zedek
Family who are engaged daily in caring for the sick and in building for
the future needs of our community. We hope that the forthcoming May 26th
Dinner of The Detroit Friends will be a great success and will accelerate
the realization of your $100,000 project for the endowment of the Dialysis
Unit in the new Medical Center.

As you know, the whole world is troubled by the present economic situation
which also affects Israel very much and its institutions particularly.
Because of the tremendous rise in costs for all services, commodities and
building materials, your help is more urgently needed than ever before.
Without the support of our friends we shall not be able to maintain our
day to day work on its high medical level, nor will we be able to complete
our new Medical Center which is such a vital necessity for our growing city.

I am pleased to inform you that the superstructure of the main hospital-
ization complex has been completed and work is now going on to partition
and finish the inside. Your project is located in this building, and I
hope that any of our Detroit Friends touring Israel will give us the
• pleasure of showing them the impressive new buildings.


Our new facilities will make a tremendous contribution to Jerusalem's
health services, and we are happy that Detroit is participating in this
vital project. The Dialysis Unit whick- you are helping to erect is a
costly undertaking, but you will have the satisfaction of knowing that
human lives are saved daily, thanks to your help and the advance of modern

We sincerely appreciate your friendship and support, and wish you every
success in your endeavors.

Sincerely yours,

David M. Maeir
Director General





of Agudath Israel of Amer-
ica, hailed the growth of
Agudath Israel and the Or-
thodox Jewish community
in general.
He warned against the
current administration
policy in Washington of
"reassessing American
relations with Israel."
Rabbi Moshe Sherer, ex-
ecutive president of Agu-
dath Israel of America,
called for "a changing of the
guard in Jewish leadership
with a new breed of leaders,
with policy decisions to be
made by leaders thoroughly
rounded in ancient Jewish
In addition to Gov. Carey,
three American Orthodox
Jewish leaders received
awards: Sheldon Beren,
Denver Orthodox leader,
Joseph Friedenson, editor of
Dos Yiddishe Vort, and Max
Berg, chairman of the Rus-
sian Immigrant Rescue



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of Detroit proudly announces

the expansion of its Yeshivah Gedoloh under the
leadership of the renowned Torah scholar,


Registration is open to a limited number of
selected students for the new semester be-
ginning Rosh Chodosh Elul in our Mesifta and
Bais Medrash Departments.

The bechinos will be given by appointment
only. For information, please call ( 313)


Rabbi Norman Kahn, Administrator

Dormitory facilities available at our Southfield

Rabbi Tanenbaum Will Deliver
Hass Lecture at Temple 'Israel


'MONDAY, MAY 26th, 1975 — 6:30 P.M.
Young Israel of Oak Woods
For Dinner Reservations Call
Rabbi Joseph Hirsch 544-90S1
Mr. Alex Roberg.344-8412

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Friday, May 2, 1975 23

Tell One — Tell All

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Formerly at 10 Mile and Evergreen next to Baron's

is proud to announce
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an interpreter of Christian
declarations on the Jews.
In January of this year,
Rabbi Tanenbaum at-
tended the conference in
the Vatican where Pope
Paul released his contro-
versial pronouncement on
Catholic-Jewish relations.
Rabbi Tanenbaum ap-
pears weekly on his own
radio program and reaches
an estimated 3,000,000 lis-
teners. He has also been fea-
tured on many national ra-
dio and television programs
on all major networks, in-
cluding the Emmy Award-
winning program, "The
He -is a prolific writer and
has lectured extensively
throughout this country and
Inaugurated 12 years ago,
the Hass lecture is made
possible by Temple Israel's
Daniel M. and Sophie Hass
Memorial Fund. The com-
munity is invited at no

Sleeves $3.00 Coats Sides $4.00
Waist $2.00 Waist & Crotch $4.00
Bottoms $1.50


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Independent Congregational School

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= Announces

• Nursery Program
• Sunday School Program

• Hebrew School Program

. • • Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation & Con-

• • Advanced Judaica Studies for High
School Students
• • • Interdisciplinary Approach in all
Hebrew Classes

Synagogue to Have • . • All Classes, Kindergarten thru High
Annual Meeting
School Program, meet at same time
• •
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
• Teen and Pre-Teen Youth Activities
lel will have its annual
• Bus Transportation Available
membership meeting 10

a.m. Sunday in the syn-
agogue. Continental break-
fast will be served.
Congregational reports
will be read and officers and
trustees will be elected.
Menasche Haar, outgoing
president, will give a-report.

For information call the Synagogue Office,

Israel I. Halpern, Rabbi

Harry L. Jubas, Ph.D.
Director of Education & Youth

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