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October 01, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vegetable Flights

BONN — Agrexco will
begin daily shipments on
Oct. 15 of 100 tons of fresh
fruit, vegetables and
flowers via 747 jet to the
Cologne-Bonn airport.
The daily flights will
eliminate former routes
to Frankfurt and give
Agrexco shorter ground
routes.

1

Women's Clubs

(Continued from Page 32)
VILLAGE GROUP,
Hadassah, will conduct a
membership drive 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday
through Thursday at the
New Orleans Mall, South-

field. Persons interested Boxes for clearance. For
in joining or working on information, call the JNF,
the drive may call Mrs. 968-0820.
Alan Soskin, 557-2423, or
Mrs. Richard Friedman,
GREATER DETROIT
membership chairman, CHAPTER, Brandeis
557-1968.
University National Wo-
* * *
men's Committee, will
SHARONA CHAPTER, have a petite luncehon
Pioneer Women, will have 12:15 p.m. Thursday at
a regular meeting 8 p.m. the Bloomfield Township
The basic form of the ben- Thursday in the home of Library. Seymour Riklin
ediction acknowledges both Mildred Hooberman, will speak on "How to —
that the Almighty is the ul- 18559 Jeanette, South- The Cult of Instant Suc-
timate Creator of all and field. Attorney Harold cess in America." Hostes-
that he is at the same time Provizer will speak on ses are Evelyn Shapero
the provider who wants to "Should My Son. Be a and Harriett Prentis.
share all that He created Lawyer" and "Wh
at Program chairman is
with man.
Every Woman Should Marion Pierce. For in-
He thus allows man the Know About Her Hus- formation, call the presi-
privilege of using everything- band's Legal Affairs." _dent, Josephine Mellen,
345-2369 or LI 1-2461.
and also the license to com- Guests are -invited.
* * *
* * *
municate with Him. Before
SHALOM
CHAI CHAP-
engaging in the use of any
WOMEN OF JEWISH
TER, Pioneer Women, will
facility man is thus obli- NATIONAL FUND will
have its annual fund-
gated to acknowledge these have their opening meet-
raising luncheon 12:30
truths in the form of bene-. ing of the season noon
p.m. Oct. 20 at the Lincoln
dictions.
Oct. 12 in Temple
Towers
Apts. club room.
Basically, every benedic- Emanu-El, announces
Guests and friends are
tion either begins its first Diane Levine, president.
invited. There is a nomi-
verse or last verse with the Refreshments will be
nal charge. The musical
term "blessed" (barukh). served. Shirley Kraft,
group, "Gold," featuring
Most scholars question such program chairman, has
Elizabeth "Liza" Lublin
a simple translation because arranged for Cantors
on guitar, Alan Cheiman
Hyman
Adler
of
Cong.
it seems strange to have
on bass . and Mark Sobel,
Bnai David, Louis Klein
man bless the Almighty.
singer and folk guitarist,
Some trace this term to of Cong. Bnai Moshe, will entertain. For infor-
Jacob
H.
Sonenklar
the word "knee," imply-
mation and reservations,
ing that in making some (emeritus) of Cong.
contact Sophia Hoffman,
benedictions man bends Shaarey Zedek and
chairman, 968-7093 or Lil-
lian Barsh, 341-1386.
the knee in servitude and ShaloM Kalib of Cong.
Beth Moses to entertain.
acknowledgment of the Theme
for
the
meeting
is
Almighty.
"Membership and Blue
Others read into this Box Clearing." Admis- Miss Bogorad
word the idea that in sion is free, and guests to Wed in. Fall
"bending the knee" one are invited. Members are
"spreads" himself in space.
requested to -bring Blue
This implies that the Al-
mighty "spreads" his Grace
over man and all creatures Schostak-Morof
in the universe by letting all Marriage - Told
living creatures enjoy His
providence. Such a transla-
tion is more in keeping with
the meaning of the general
term "benediction."

Prayers as Benedictions

BY RABBI SAMUEL FOX

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

Many prayers are cast in
the form of benedictions
(berakot) because the rabbis
the talinudic period con-
idered the benediction the
"coin" (matbea) of prayer.
Even though in some
sources "benedictions" and
"prayers" are seemingly two
different categories of ex-
pression, the basic body of
the prayers is, nevertheless,
composed of the famous "19
Benedictions" (Sh'moneh
Esreh).
The fundamental idea of
the benediction is that the
Almighty is the source and
the owner of everything
there is to be had in life.
This applies to both mate-
rial things as well as intel-
lectual and emotional trea-
sures.
Whoever partakes of any
object or experience in life
without acknowledging its
rightful owner is consid-
ered as having committed
a theft. The Almighty
wants man to enjoy and to
partake of all that life has
to offer; but he asks man
to first acknowledge the
ultimate source of that
object.

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Friday, October 1, 1976 33

Debra Morof became
the bride of Philip Schos-
tak in a recent ceremony
at the Raleigh House.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
and Cantor Harold Or-
bach, both of Temple Is-
rael, officiated.
The bride is the daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Morof of Concourse Ave.,
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Schostak of
Southfield.
The bridal party in-
cluded Susan and Gary
Morof, sister and brother
of the bride; and Larry
Schostak, brother of the
bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs.
David Morof, grandpa-
rents of the bride, also
participated.
Following an extended-
honeymoon on the West
Coast, in Hawaii and the
outer islands, the couple
will live in Southfield.

Mr. and Mrs. George
Bogorad of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement
of their daughter,
Suzanne Marie, to Mark
John Carlini, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mario Carlini of
Detroit. A fall wedding is
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