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October 21, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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32 Friday, October 21, 1977 - THE DETROIT JEWISH -NEWS

Diamond Business Increasing

TEL AVIV—The Israel
diamond industry reports
record overseas sales of
$92.6 million in Jan., 1977, as

Prof. Discusses Anti-Semitism

compared to sales of $57.6 in
Jan., 1976. When Israel was
established in 1948, diamond
exports totaled $5 million.

During a recent talk at
the University of Michigan
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion, Prof. Rosemary Reu-

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Singles Events

ther of the Garrett-Evangel-
ical Theological Seminary
discussed the Christian
roots of anti-Semitism.
Prof. Reuther said overt
anti-Semitism no longer
exists in church circles.
However, anti-Semitic
teachings are ingrained in
some preachings of
churchmen:
She cited examples: the
Old Age (Judaism) vs. the
New (Christianity), legal-
ism (for the Jews) vs. faith
(for Christians), judgement
(for the Jews) vs. promise.
She said Judaism is con-
stantly pictured as a nega-
tive element.
Although she is hopeful
for change Prof. Reuther
said she hears silence from
most Christian circles-,- or
negative reviews of her
writing. She says , she is
working to make her hopes•
the reality.

MICHIGAN JEWISH SIN-
GLES COUNCIL will have a
50's rock and roll disco, fea-
turing Gene R _ adzin, 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. There is a charge,
and persons dressed in 50's
garb will get a discount. For
information, call Heidi
Press, evenings only, 355-
2626.

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SUNDAY JEWISH SIN-
GLES of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold a
Thanksgiving Dance 8 p.m.
Nov. 6 at the Jewish Center.
Eric Rosenow and his Conti-
nentals will provide music
for dancing. Refreshments
will be served. There is a
charge. For information,
call Ann Klempner, 557-

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SALAD BAR
HOT VEGETABLES
BAGELS
DESSERT

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Jewish Singles
Weekend Planned

COLUMBUS, OHIO— The
-United Singles. of The Jew-
ish Center of Columbus, a
social group of Jewish
single men and women age
30 years and older, invite all
singles to attend their fourth
annual November Affair
Weekend to be held Nov. 4-6
at the Marriott. Inn in
Columbus.
Ohio,
from
Singles
Indiana, Michigan; Ken-
tucky, Georgia, North Caro-
lina, Illinois, New York,
Tennessee, Missouri, Penn-
sylvania and Canada have
been invited.
For reservations or infor-
mation, contact- Janet Sand-
ers, group adviser, at the
Center, 1125 College Ave.,
Columbus, Ohio 43209, 1-614-
231-2731 (daytime) or Aileen
Baker, 362 S. Chesterfield
Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43209,
1-614-235-3021 or (evenings) );
or Alice Stein, 4551 Dundee
Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43227
or call 1-614-861-3978 (eve
nings). The deadline for res
ervations is Monday.

3698; Bea Braun, 357-4369;
or Dorothy Shapiro, 557-
2599. The group bowls 9:15
p.m. on the second and
fourth Sunday of each
month at Oak Park Lanes.
Singles age 30 and up are
invited.

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SWINGING SINGLES, 25
and up, will have a cocktail
party with dancing to the
music of the Joe Stevens
Band 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
Glen Oaks Country Club.
There is a charge. F
information, call Henri
Lewis, 546-0903.
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ROSE SHERER SOCIAL-

rrEs will hold a Ike-Hal-

loween dance 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Oak Park
Community Center. Jewish
singles beyond age 40 who
are interested in social and
charitable activites are
invited. Johnny "C" and his
orchestra will provide the
music for dancing. Social
mixers and refreshments
will be part of the evening's
entertainment. For informa-
tion, call Mollie Stern, 342-
2791, or Shirley Kaner, 398-
2296.

Yeshivas Brisk
Friends to Meet

RABBI SOLOVEICHICK

Greenfield N. of 9 Mile 559-2730
THEATERS IN ONE BUILDING

Rabbi Aaron Soloveichick,
scholar and headmaster of
Yeshivas Brisk, will address
the _ Detroit Friends of
Yeshivas Brisk 8 p.m. Nov.
15 at Young Israel of
Greenfield.
Rabbi Soloveichick for-
merly was associated with
Yeshiva University and the
Hebrew Theological College
of Chicago. The public _ is
invited.

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NEW YORK—To
National Council for Yidd"
and Yiddish Culture h
copies- available of the pro-
ceedings from the Jerusa-
lem World Conference on
Yiddish and Yiddish Culture
which was held in August,
1976.
The 248-page volume con-
tains all the reports and
statements from the confer-
ence which was attended by
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Friedman.
There is a charge. For
information. write Meyer
Bass. 575 Sixth Ave., New
York 1011.

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