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October 06, 1978 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shaarey Zedek Series Begins With Talk by Raphael Patai

RALPH
YAMRON'S
Orchestra

( Duo, Trio & Quartet

Music For All
Occasions

,

.968-0021

4 on ',Who Stands Accused?
— Israel Answers Its Cri-
tics."
Theodore Mann, chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations,
will speak under the au-
spices of the Rabbi Morris
Adler Foundation March
18."

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Cultural Commission will
open its 1978-1979 lecture
series 8 p.m. Oct. 18 in the
Adler Hall of the synagogue
with a talk by Dr. Raphael
Patai. An historian, biblical
scholar and anthropologist,
Dr. Patai will speak on "The
Jewish Mind."
The Sarah Davidson and
William Davidson families
will sponsor The Great
Weekend, when former Is-
rael Ambassador to the UN
Chaim Herzog will speak 8
p.m. Nov. 3 and 11 a.m. Nov.

Martin Agronsky deliv-
ers the Adolph A. Lichter
Memorial Lecture, spon-
sored by the Lichter Fam-
ily.

The Irwin I. Holtzman
Family will sponsor a lec-
ture in spring 1979.
1.11.104111041110k,
Mrs. Peter A. Martin is
cultural commission chair-
man. Dr. Martin is co-
chairman.
Author Chaim Potok
Advisers to the cultural
will speak under the
Rolex
commission
are Rabbi Irwin
sponsorship orthe Berry
Groner
and
Walter
L. Field,
Family May 1, while on
May 22, news analyst commission founder and
honorary chairman.
Fredrick
Divisions of the eul
jewelers
tural commission and
of BLOOMFIELD HILLS
646 0973
869 West long lake Road
their directors include:
Mon darn Sat 10 to 5:30
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX ' even though the Sabbath is lectures; adult studies,
Thong to 9 pm
over, the aroma of the Holy Dr: and Mrs. Myron
(Copyright 1978, JTA, Inc.)
Appraisal. by Appointment
While YOu Walt. peatr
It is customary to douse Sabbath still lingers on Joyrich; dramatic
the flame of the Havdala with him throughout the readings, Mrs. Walter L.
candle with the wine from week.
Field; fine arts, Mrs. Her-
While this is necessary as bert Keidan; and a music
the Havdala cup on Satur-
day night after pronouncing a reminder on an ordinary appreciation series, Mr.
the benedictions of the Saturday night, it is not re- and Mrs. Samuel Ham-
Havdala. This is done to de- quired on a Saturday' night burger, assisted by co-
signate the fact that the which falls on a Jewish chairnien Dr. and Mrs.
Havdala candle was lit only holiday because the holiday Samuel Stulberg and
for- the purpose of the Hav- itself is the indicator that Cantor Jacob Barkin.
dala ceremony and for no the holiness of the presence
Ceil Kliger Ruda and Be-
other purpose. A second of the Almighty is still with lden Carroll are in charge of
reason states that this is him. A holiday, of course, is
done so that these two ele- an encouraging sign of the Dayan to Visit
ments of the Havdala cere- Almighty's presence.
France for Talks
mony would be united to in-
dicate that the necessity of Funds to Benefit
PARIS (JTA) — Foreign
harmony, between the in- Israeli School
Minister Moshe Dayan of
gredients of life so that they
NEW YORK — An Israel is due to arrive in
all fit into an integrated Agency for International Paris Oct. 30 for a two-day
structure which has both Development grant of official visit. He is
meaning and purpose. Some $500,000 for new construc- scheduled to confer with
people rub a little of the tion at Israel's first voca- President Valery Giscard
wine that has been poured tional high school for girls, D'Estaing and review the
out in the above practice was announced by Mrs. post-Camp David Middle
close to their eyes to display Sarah Shane, national East situation with Foreign
the idea that real vision and president of American Miz- Minister Louis de Gurin-
understanding come from rachi Women.
gaud.
the observance of the com-
While fixing Dayan's ar-
The aid program will help
30790 Southfield
mandments of the faith. defray costs in excess of rival date, Israeli diplomats
At 13 Mile Road
Spices are not used in the $1,000,000 for the construc- told French officials that
Havdala ceremony when tion of new classrooms, the visit might have to be
Saturday night falls on a physical edudation rooms, postponed should the
JevVish holiday. The spices larger dining room and Israeli-Egyptian peace
are used to remind man that other facilities at Beth talks be at an important
Zeiroth Mizrachi phase at that time.
FREDDY SHEYER
French officials repor-
(Jerusalem).
One Man Orchestra
The school now provides tedly expressed "under-
Available For All Occasions
more than 600 students standing," saying that "the
Now playing for all the Jewish Community
primarily Jerusalem-born peace effort musttake prior-
Center dances.
children of immigrants ity over all other considera-
398-2462
from North Africa and the tions." According to current
Dayan will lunch
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INVITATIONS
ENTERTAINMENT
* tional training.
parts the next day. -
by HATTIE

publicity. The lectures are
open to the public free of
charge.
For information, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.

RAMAT-GAN —A pro-
gram of studies for older and
retired people is being in-
troduced at Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity at the start 6f the
coming academic year.
It is designed to encour-
age senior citizens to con-
tinue to expand their educa-
tional and cultural horizons
by attending regular uni-
versity courses, and is being
supported by the Brookdale
Foundation of New York.
Anyone over 60 can regis-
ter as a "Bar-Ilan - Brook-
dale auditor" in from one to .
three of a large number of
courses in the humanities,
Jewish studies and social
sciences. There are no
entrance requirements.

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PORTRAITS

Friday, October 6, 1918 27

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