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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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52 Friday, November 25, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40



BUSINESS CARDS

HEMS and minor altera-
tions. 355-2071.

SHULTS'CARPET
& FURNITURE CLEANING

First room & hall $25.00
Additional rooms $10.00
Sofas
$25.00

WE STEAM
CLEAN ONLY
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED

261-8956 (Livonia)

Papers_ reports and misc.
typing. Using IBM 'equip-
ment. Drafts available insur-
ing perfect final copies.

576-1916
after 6 pm

DOLLY ZLOTO (M)
PLAINVIEW, DETROIT

ELECTRICAL REPAIRS -
Prompt & Reasonable. 559-
4108.

ROOF
LEAKS!

Commercial & Residential
Roofing. Aluminum Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General Re-
pair. GUARANTEED MATE-
RIALS & WORKMANSHIP.

546-0050

ROOFING, SIDING. GUTTERS
& trim. Licensed. Insured. Free
estimates. 525-9160

CARPENTRY WORK. inside &
outside. I. Schwartz. 545-7712.

PLUMBING REPAIRS: Drains.
sewer cleaning. 24 hr service.
754-0879.

COMPLETE remodeling, alterations,
repair, kitchen, den, basement, family
room. Reasonable. 354-6473 after 4.

KITCHEN CABINE'FS refinished,
Wood staining & antiquing. Interior,
exteFior painting. Reasonable. Refer-
ences. 547-1438.

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
Reasonable prices. 557-8981.
557-5775.

WINDOWS -cleaned. wall
washing. autters cleaned. Get
our prices. 368-6448.

PLASTERING St
STUCCO WORK

Judaism and Christianity

Editor's note: This quiz is part of a series taken from
one of the various courses offered by the American
Jewish Committee's Academy for Jewish Studies With-
Oit Walls.)

(Copyright 1977, JTA, Inc.)

The following are a list of quotations from the Proph-
ets. Indicate the author of each statement.
1. "For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the
word of the Lord from Jerusalem."
A. Daniel; B. Obadiah; C. Hosea; D. Isaiah
2. "Again I will build you, and you shall be built, 0
virgin Israel!"
A. Jeremiah; B. Ezekiel; C. Isaiah; D. Zechariah
3. "Rejoice greatly, 0 daughter of Zion ! Shout aloud,
0 daughter of Jerusalem ! Lo, your king comes to you;
triumphant and riding on an ass, on a colt the foal of an
ass."
A. Jeremiah; B. Zechariah; C. Daniel; D. Isaiah
4. "Son of man, can these bones live?" And I
answered, "0 Lord God, thou knowest."
A. Amos; B. Ezekiel; C. Jeremiah; D. Isaiah
5. "The wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leop-
ard shall lie down with the kid, and the calf and the
lion and the fatling together, and a little child shall
lead them."
- A. Daniel; B. Malachi; C. Hosea; D. Isaiah
6. "Behold I will send you Elijah the prophet before
the great and terrible day of the Lord comes."
A. Johan; B. Ezekial; C. Malachi; D. Isaiah
7. "He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he
opened not his mouth; like a lamb that is led to slaugh-
ter, and like a sheep that before its shearers is dumb,
so he opened not his mouth."
A. Jeremiah; B. Micah; C. Ezekiel; D. Isaiah
8. "And many of those who sleep in the dust of the
earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some
to shame and everlasting contempt."
A. Ezekiel; B. Zechariah; C. Daniel; D. Isaiah
9. "Of the increase of his government and of peace
there will be no end, upon the throne of David, and
over his kingdom, to establish it, and to uphold it with
justice and with righteousness from this time forth and
for evermore. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will do
this."
A. Balaam; B. Jeremiah; C. Malachi; D. Isaiah
10. "And they shall beat their swords into plow-
shares, and their spears into pruning hooks; nation
shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they
learn was anymore."
A. Hosea; B. Jeremiah; C. Daniel; D. Isaiah

ANSWERS

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Yiddishists Emphasize Role
of Language in Jewish. Life

NEW YORK—The second generation of new leaders.
He was pleased to note
meeting of the newly-
formed National Council for the increase of Yiddish cul-
Yiddish and Yiddish Cul- tural committees and Yidd-
422-3764 (days)
ture, held Nov. 7, in New
ish cultural clubs on the
937-8374 (eves)
local level in communities
York, asserted the need for
Refrigeration Work-Air-heat.
throughout
the U.S.
a
central
program
service
washers. dryers. etc.
He also pointed out that
which will continue to
Reasonable. Bob Mendelson.
enhance the role of "Yid- the National Council is
541-2239.
dishkeit" in all its manifes- keenly involved in the prep-
A-1 PAINTING 6 Rooms. one
tations on the contemporary aration for a major exhibit
coat $165. 30 years experience.
834-1118. TO, 8-6009.
in 1978 depicting Jewish cul-
Jewish scene.
Itzhak Korn, chairman of tural creativity in the
51 - — MISCELLANEOUS
the World Bureau for Yidd- ghettos and concentration
ish and Yiddish Culture and camps during the
Navaho
reser-
Attorney on
the initiator of the World Holocaust.
vation, selling personal col- Conference in Israel for
lection of quality Indian Yiddish and Yiddish Culture
rugs. Reasonably priced.
Author Aids JNF
held last year in Jerusalem,
was an honored guest of the
542-7837
NEW YORK—Haim
National Council, and
Zohar, author, lecturer and
53 — ENTERTAINMENT
focused his attention on the
advisor to the chairman of
tasks
ahead
to implement
BAND
the
broad
range
of recom- the Jewish Agency and the
World Zionist Organization,
mendations concerning the
has arrived in the United
Excellent Music
survival of Yiddish which
States on a special mission
came out of the Jerusalem
For All Social
on behalf of the Children's
Occasions
meeting.
Forest currently being
Israel Breslow, president
launched by the Jewish
• of the National Council, also
731.6081
National Fund in celebra-
emphasized the evident
VIOLINIST, sings, plays guitar,
growth of interest and par-
tion of the forthcoming 30th
auto drum. FREDDY SHEYER.
anniversary of Israel's
ticipation in the "World of
- 398-2462.
Yiddish" by the present-day
independence.

Any Size
Fast Service
Clean & Reasonable

Middle East Focus
of Study Program

The Candles Speak

NEW YORK—A four-
week study and travel pro-
gram for American second-
ary school educators will be
co-sponsored at Tel Aviv
University, by the Ameri- -
can Federation of Teachers
(AFL-CIO) and the National
Committee for Middle East
Studies in Secondary
Education.
The annual Middle East
Studies Institute features
lectures by prominent acad:
emicians on four themes:
The Middle East Today,
Contemporary Israel, The
Conflicts in the Middle East
and The Labor Movement in
the Middle East.
Participants can earn six
graduate credits on success-
ful completion of a written
examination or preparation
of curricular materials.
Preference will be given to
high school social studies
curriculum specialists and
teachers and library-media
specialists.
For information, write the
National Committee for
Middle East Studies in Sec-
ondary Education, 9 E. 40th
St., New York, N.Y. 10016.

-- -

To love freedom and
liberty,
And tyranny to abhor.

By HERZL B. SHUR

It's Hanuka again
The candles burn bright,
Their glitter and sparkle
P ► 11 me with delight.

Here stands- the Shammash,
He's in charge you know,
He lights all the other
candles,
Each one in a row.

Candle Number One
Seems to sputter and say,
Hanuka, yes Hanuka,
Is a happy holiday.

Hannah and her sons
Mentions Candle Number=
Five,
Kept the torch of Judaism
Planting and alive.

The name Hanuka
-
Means re-dedication
Speaks forth Candle Num-
ber Six,
Filled with elation;

And it's high time
Says- Candle Number Seven
To rebuild our nation
With the help of Heaven.

Candle Number Two
Recalls the jubilation
When Israel was free
And became a nation.

Says the Third little candle
Full of Sparkling splendor,
A great service indeed
Did the Maccabees render.

They brought home the
lesson,
Says Candle Number Four,

Let's tell the world
Cries Candle Number Eight,
The state of Israel
Is a modern state.

The Jews of today
Like the Maccabees of old
One hundred percent
On Israel are sold.

Arabs Return
to Strict Law

ANTWERP—A wave of
religious fanaticism is
sweeping the Arab world,
and the consequences could
be revolutionary, reports To
The Point International
magane.
Puritanical conservatism
is no longer confined to such
states as Libya and Saudia
Arabia. Traditional Islamic
Shari'a law is now also
being enforced in the oil-
rich states of the Persian
Gulf, and are being
introduced in Egypt as well.
Punishments being meted
out include 40 lashes for
Muslims who drink, sell or
manufacture alcoholic
drinks; amputation of the
right hand for thieves (and
of the left leg for second
offenders) ; 100 lashes for
Unmarried adulterers and
public stoning to death for
their married partners
involved in the affair.
The return to strict
Islamic practice is a devel-
opment which has been
explained in terms of the
dominating influence of
Saudi Arabia, especially in
the Gulf region.

send

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Consulates Aiding
Jerusalem Arabs

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—
The 10 foreign consulates
located in East Jerusalem,
representing the govern-
ments of the United States,
England, Italy, Belgium,
Turkey, France, Sweden,
Greece, Holland and Spain
have attracted influential
Arabs of Jerusalem and the
West Bank who seek their
advice on dealing with the
authorities.
Israeli
the Arabs'
Reportedly,
favorite is the British con-
sul, who is said to be the
most understanding and
helpful.

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