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January 09, 1976 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

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THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 January 9, 1976

ONLY A FEW
DIAMONDS LEFT
LEON SCHOICHIT

557-9338

Rebbe to Give Special Address

Rabbi Hecht to Address Dinner for Starrs

David Hermelin and
Charles Feinberg, chairmen
of the Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nusach H'Ari — Lubav-
itcher Center dinner honor-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Isadore

Starr on their golden wed-
ding anniversary, announce
Rabbi Solomon Hecht of
Chicago will address the
dinner slated for 6 p.m. Jan.
18 at the Sheraton-South-

field. Hotel.
Rabbi Hecht, a represent-
ative of the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, hosts a weekly radio
program in Chicago.

ADM SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
Monday Night Mid-Winter Seminar

8 15 — 10:00 p.m.

A Bicentennial Special
JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS TO 'THE ARTS

In their creative response to life, gifted Jews have illuminated the
Jewish experience in America and have enriched the lives of all
Americans. This is a time for celebration.

JANUARY 26 •
JEWISH-AMERICAN
ARTISTS AND THEIR
CONTRIBUTIONS
a lecture with selected
illustrations
MARSHA MIRO
Art Critic,
Detroit Free Press

JANUARY 12
JEWISH CREATIVITY IN
THE AMERICAN THEATER
a lecture with selected
portrayals

EVELYN ORBACH
P‘rogram'and Broadcasting
Associate
Jewish Commuriity Counbil

FEBRUARY 2
JEWISH - AMERICAN
COMPOSERS AND THEIR
CONTRIBUTIONS
a lecture with selected
compositions

JANUARY 19
DISCOVERING AMERICA:
TWENTIETH CENTURY
JEWISH —AMERICAN
FICTION AND THE
AMERICAN DREAM
a lecture with selected
writings

DR. JASON H. TICKTON
Professor of Music.
Wayne State University

DR. ARNOLD GOLDSMITH
Professor of English,
Wayne State University

Open to the entire community at no charge
Adat Shalom Synagogue-29901 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington

851-5100

NEW YORK — The Lu-
bavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson,
will deliver a special address
9 p.m. Monday commemo-
rating the 26th Yahrzeit of
his father-in-law and prede-
cessor, Rabbi Joseph Isaac
Schneersohn.

Talking to the Wall?

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Knesset proved it can
carry on even without any of
its members present. -
Commerce and Industry
Minister Haim Barley, Pol-
ice Minister Shlomo Hillel
and Tourism Minister
Moshe Kol answered some
60 questions submitted to
them earlier by Knesseters
although there were no MKs
present to hear the answers.
The Knesset emptied out
after a long session and by
evening, only Amnon Lin of
Likud and Yitzhak Golan of
the Independent Liberal
Party were still in their
seats.
Lin suggested to Golan
that they leave "to bring
things to the absurdity they
are. When both MKs
walked out it left only a
stenographer and two at-
tendants to hear the minis-
ters. Kol, courtly to the end,
thanked the stenographer
for being kind enough to lis-
ten to him.

Symphony

A democratic nation
means a symphonic nation,
a nation of many voices and
many themes, each keeping
individuality and freedom,
and yet all harmonized to-
gether.
—Waldo Frank

Rabbi Joseph Schneer-
sohn headed the Lubav-
itcher movement for 30
years, from 1920 until his
death in 1950.

The Rebbe's address will
be delivered at Lubavitch
world headquarters in New
York and will be heard live
via special telephone com-
munications hookup in Lu-
bavitch Centers around the
world.

Mizrachi Women
Shabat Designated

NEW YORK — Rabbis
and community leaders
throughout the U.S. have
designated Jan. 17 as Amer-
ican Mizrachi Women's
Shabat.
According to AMW Na-
tional President Mrs. Sarah
Shane and national mem-
bership chairman, Mrs.
Vera Cohen, Jan. 17 is
known as Shabat Shira, and
rabbis will direct their ser-
mons toward the achieve-
ments of American Mizra-
chi Women, which
celebrates its 50th anniver-
sary this year.

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