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July 04, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-04

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Friday, July 4, 1975

I

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Wolfe Heads
Home for Aged

Business Briefs

LINCOLN TOWERS
APTS. will sponsor a trip to

Grossingers, leaving Aug. 24
by bus. The package in-
cludes accommodations for
three nights. For informa-
tion, call Fay Gordon,
968-1182.

* * *
JERALD KAUFMAN

was among the more than
3,500 members of the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table
who recently attended the
life insurance sales organi-
zation's annual seminar in
San Francisco.
* * *

DETROIT
BANK
AND TRUST announces

its personal checking and
savings customers may now
write checks or make depos-
its without charge as long as
the customer has any type
savings account of $500 or
more with the bank. Called
Check III Plus, the program
is an expansion of its cur-
rent checking services.

*

*

The Liberty State Bank
and Trust, in Hamtramck,
through its membership in
the American Bankers As-
sociation, is co-sponsoring a
special series of NBC
"Today" shows in tribute to
the U.S. Bicentennial.
The bicentennial program
series will begin today and
continue each Friday until
July 2. 1976.

Stollman Holds
Bar-Ilan Post

*

HACK SHOE CO. will
formally open its fifth store
10 a.m. Monday at 22065
Michigan, Dearborn. Pau-
line Hack, 90 year old co-
founder of the firm, will be
assisted in cutting "the
longest shoe lace in the
world," a 12-footer, by a
civic dignitary.
* * *

JAY GOLDENBERG

was named store manager
of the Poster Parlor in the
Americana Village, Pontiac.
The store specializes in
photo blow-ups.

Freddy Sheyer

One Man Orchestra
Standards to Rock

singing guitarist w/Auto Drum
also plays violin and strolls

Music for all ages

$20

Bank to Co-Host
Historical Series

Wedding Ceremony
398-2462

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

Special to The Jewish

News

RAMAT GAN — Phillip
Stollman of Detroit was
unanimously re-elected
chairman of the global
board of Bar-Ilan University
this week. In re-electing
Stollman, the board ex-
pressed appreciation to him
"for his devoted services."

Who is called a pious fool?
He who saw a woman
drown and made no effort to
save her, saying: "It is not
proper tc? look upon a
woman."
—The Talmud

Say it most impressively with ...

FRUIT

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Charles S. Wolfe has been
named executive director of
the Jewish Home for Aged,
announced JHA president
David M. Miro. Wolfe, who
succeeds Ira Sonnenblick,
assumed his new duties last
month.
Wolfe has been a profes-
sional communal worker in
Detroit since 1966 when he
accepted a position at the
Jewish Community Center.
He left the directorship of
the Center's educational
services program in 1970 to
join the Home's administra-
tive staff.
Wolfe holds an MA and
EdS (Educational Special-
ist) degree from Eastern
Michigan University and
was a guest lecturer at
EMU's Graduate School of
Counseling from 1970-1974.

Licensed as a social
worker by the state of
Michigan, he was recently
elected to the Michigan
Non-Profit Nursing Home
Association's board of di-
rectors.

He takes charge of JHA's
two locations which provide
residency for the communi-
ty's aged who require full
care and medical attention.
Borman Hall houses 200
senior citizens while an ad-
ditional 100 elderly re'side at
the Meyer Prentis Manor in
Southfield.

Fisher Co-Develops
New Housing Unit

A
S
K

T

L
L

CHARLES WOLFE

Communal leader and fin-
ancier Max Fisher is a co-de-
veloper of a new $100 mil-
lion residential development
slated for construction on
the Detroit riverfront just
west of Cobo Hall.
Construction on the devel-
opment, International Tow-
ers, is scheduled to begin
next spring. The complex
will contain one- and two-
bedroom apartments which
will rent for an average of
$300 to $400 a month.

Wisdom-Spiced 5736 Calendar

Following their style and
pattern in their best-selling
"Jewish Catalog," a popular
Jewish Publication Society
book, Richard Siegel and
Michael Strassfeld have
produced an unusual new
work. In editing "The Jew-
ish Calendar 5736 —
1975-76" which has just
been issued in advance of
Rosh Hashana by Universe
Books, they filled many
needs.
The calendar is spiced
with timely recipes, it con-
tains quotations, suitable
for the 13 months in the cal-
endar — 5736 being a Leap
Year — from eminent Jew-
ish sources.
Arranged on a week-by-
week basis, the calendar
begins with Sept. 6, 1975
(Rosh Hashana) and ex-
tends not only through the
13 months of the Jewish

The illustration and text
pages range from the early
menu of a famous kosher
restaurant to instructions
for playing dreidel, from a
favorite halla recipe to dra-
matic photographs of Jew-
ish life and history, as well
as poems, prayers, and ex-
cerpts from little-known but
fascinating homilies and
commentaries. Also fea-
tured are especially com-

Griffin Supports
Israel, Backing
Ford's Policies

JWV's Shapiro
Gets Greeting
From the Queen

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Judaism prohibits certain
excessive practices in
mourning.
The general idea is traced
back to the Bible where it is
stated that such things as
tearing one's flesh or tear-
ing out one's hair is prohi-
bited (Deuteronomy 14:1).
The Talmud states that
anyone who mourns for
more than a year for his

Devoted, like its parent,
to participatory Judaism,
"The Jewish Calendar"
features a wealth of un-
usual facts about Jewish
history, religion, and ever-
yday life in America and
Israel.

missioned photographs and
drawings and a chart corre-
lating Bob Dylan's first 10
record albums with the Ka-
bala, the great work on Jew-
ish mysticism.
The calendar notes birth
dates and death dates
(yahrzeits) of well-known
Jewish figures in all fields,
significant events in Jewish
history, and prophetic read-
ings for Sabbaths. A special
section at the end gives
Friday evening and holiday
candle-lighting times in
North America and Israel,
and Torah portions and
basic information about
high holy days.

Arab-Americans
Meet in Detroit

The American Ramallah
Federation, a national
group of Arab-Americans
from Ramallah, Palestine,
is meeting this weekend at
the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.
William J. Baroody, Jr.,
assistant to President Ger-
ald Ford, will be, the main
speaker. M. Cherif Bas-
siouni, professor of law, De
Paul University, also will
speak.
The 12,000-member group
was organized for cultural,
charitable and educational
purposes.

Joseph Shapiro, a charter
Dr. I. Walter Silver's one-
man campaign to spread a member of the Detroit Post
petition urging continued U. of the Jewish War Veterans
S. support for Israel has and a native of England,
drawn sympathetic respon- requested an audience with
ses from members of Con- Queen Elizabeth for Oct. 25,
the date of his 85th birth-
gress.
Dr. Silver's petition, day.
The Queen replied from
which has the endorsement
of the Zionist Organization Buckingham Palace that it
of Detroit, has been com- would be impossible to
mended by Congressman grant an audience for that
William Broomfield and date, but wished Shapiro a LARRY FREEDMAN
other members of the U. S. joyous birthday.
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efforts, renewed the Michi-
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Mourning Practices

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year 5736 (a leap year, and
hence one month longer
than usual) — but also to
the end of the Gregorian
calendar year 1976.

parents. is asking for an-
other death to occur.

Some commentaries (like
Nahamanides and Ibn Ezra)
claim that while mourning
is allowed in which to ex-
press one's grief, total and
extreme mourning is disal-
lowed because death is ac-
tually not all had and a
Wssing in disguise.

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