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August 06, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-06

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36 Friday, August 6, 1976

Woe to the old men whose
houses were destroyed when
they advanced in ,years.
—The Talmud

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A man can conceal him-
self from his enemies rather
than from his friends.
—The Talmud

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Youth News

Shlikhim Enhancing Summer
Programs at Camp Tamarack

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Youngsters attending
Fresh Air Society camp-
ing programs at Camp
Tamarack in Brighton
and Ortonville are learn-
ing about Israel and its
culture first-hand this
summer from 18 Israelis.
The Israelis serve as
general counselors and
specialists in the fields of
music, dance, drama,
crafts and cultural prog-
rams.
"They come to Camp
Tamarack as cultural ex-
change students," said
Sam Marcus, Fresh Air
Society executive vice
president. "Using
shlikhim or Israeli com-
munal emissaries pro-
vides many advantages
for the American staff
and campers."
The program is jointly
sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Board, the Asso-
cation of Jewish Commun-
ity Centers and Camps in
the United States and
Canada, along with the
youth and hehalutz de-
partment of the World
Zionist Organization and
the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
According to Marcus,
the Israelis strengthen
the relationships bet-
ween the Jewish youth of
Israel and the United

Beth Moses USY
Plans Oneg Shabat

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beautifully arranged basket of carefully selected,
health-giving fresh fruits, with assorted sweets
and snacks. A treat to eat that con be shored
with others
priced from $15.95

DAILY DELIVERY to all hospitals (or homes)

Business associates and customers will also appreciate gift baskets.

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Cong. Beth Moses
Senior United Synagogue
Youth Group will have an
oneg Shabat ceremony on
a boat, meeting 8 p.m. at
the home ,of Eve Av-
adenka, 2637 Birch Har-
bor, Orchard Lake.
For information, reser-
vations and transporta-
tion, call Sheri Frank,
534-9376, or Diane Goldr-
ing, 851-3727.

States, enhance religious
and cultural programs,
and introduce American
Jewish youth to the state
of Israel and its people.
There are 64 shlikhim
participating in the prog-
ram throughout the U.S.
The group arrived in
mid-June in time for
oreintation to camp.
Many will remain for a
short time after the
summer camp season
ends to travel and visit
other parts of the coun-
try,•IVIarcus said.

Children's Party
Due at OP Library

Oak Park Library will
present a program for
children, "Happy Birth-
day to U.S.," 4 p.m. today
for the Summer Reading
Club. There will be prizes
and refreshments.

Sabbath Meals

The joyous nature of
the Sabbath is reflected
in the festive meals with
their table hymns
(Zemiros) and special de-
licacies. The fresh, white,
twisted loaf of bread
(Halla) and the stuffed
(gefilte) fish are reserved
for the enjoyment of the
Sabbath.
Of course, no Sabbath
meal would be complete
without the pudding
(kugel). Indeed, a Jewish
proverb states: "A Sab-
bath without kugel is like
a bird without wings."

Appearances

Look not at the cask,
but at what is in it. A new
cask may contain old
wine, and an old one may
be altogether empty. —
Talmud

UNICEF Rosh Hashana Card
Depicts Ancient Synagogue

NEW YORK .— This year crease its nutrition, health
the UNICEF Jewish New and education programs
Year Card reproduces a for children in more than
floor mosaic from the an- 100 developing countries.
cient synagogue of Naro. It
In partnership with the
was discovered with other Hebrew University of Jeru-
remains of the building in salem, the Israel Ministry of
1881 in an archeological ex- Education, the Joint Distri-
cavation at the Tunisian bution Committee and the
seaport of Hammam-Lif, Israel Corporation of Com-
the modern name of this munity Centers, UNICEF is
historic Roman province.
sponsoring an experimental
The seven-branched can- program to train directors
delabrum shown in the cen- and supervisors of parent-
ter is thought to be a repre- child day-care programs in
sentation of an actual community centers serving
artifact, fragments of which disadvantaged families.
were found in the same dig;
The Rosh Hashanah cards
it is flanked on both sides by
are available in boxes of 10.
etrog and floral branches.
The bilingual message with envelopes, at $2.'
imprinted on the inside of from local UNICEF rep_
the card in both Hebrew cal- sentatives. They may also be
ligraphy and English tran- ordered directly from Dept.
slation is "L' Shanah Tovah GCJ, U.S. Committee for
Tiketevu" — "May the New UNICEF, 331 E. 38th St.,
Year Bring You Peace, Good New York City, N.Y. 10016,
with an additional charge of
Health and Joy."
Proceeds will help UNI- 50 cents to cover mailing
CEF to continue and in- costs.

Rabbi Hirsch's Discussion
of Women's Role Reprinted

The recently published
"In Accordance With His
Will — A Torah View on
Women and on Women's
Lib," is an essay excerpted
from the two volume "Ju-
daism Eternal," by the fa-
mous 19th Century German
rabbi, Samson Raphael
Hirsch. The text has been
edited and given an enthu-
siastic forward by Rabbi
Avrohom A. Freedman of
Oak Park.
The essay discusses the
role of the woman in the tal-
mudic tradition as well as
the personalities and life-
work of the great women in
the Tanach.
Rabbi Freedman believes
that this volume is an an-
swer to the demands of the
feminist movement for
rights and opportunities
equal to men. He points spe-

cifically to Hirsch's discus-
sion of the traditional Jew-
ish woman's role as mother
and keeper of human values.
Hirsch also writes of the
problems of romantic love,
the advantages of match-
making, and makes a dis-
tinction between the nature
of men and women.
Because the study deals
with women it also touches
on subjects which are com-
mon to both men and
women; "children's lib"
and the "nobility of
chores."
Rabbi Freedman has also
included excerpts from
Rabbi Hirsch's commentary
to the Humash and Rabbi
M. Lehmann's commentary
to the Haggada in which
women are discussed.
For a copy of "In Accord-
ance" write Rabbi Avrohom
Freedman, 26135 Harding,
Oak Park, 48237.

Student Journalists
Plan Israel Parley

NEW YORK — The Jew-
ish Student Press Service
will sponsor a seminar,
Aug. 8-29, for 25 young Jew-
ish editors and journalists
from all parts of the United
States.
Highlights of the pro-
gram include an intership
program with Israeli jour-
nalists and foreign corre-
spondents, meetings and
forums with political lead-
ers from Mapam, Histadrut,
Gush Emunim, the Israel:
Feminist Movement, t}.
Council for Israel-Palestine
Peace, the Israeli Chief Rab-
binate and Israeli and West
Bank Arabs.
Seminar participants,
while based in Jerusalem,
will visit development
towns, kibbutzim, Arab vil-
lages and border settle-
ments in an issue-oriented
tour of the country.

Woman's sufferings are
greater than man's.
—The Talmud

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