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August 10, 1979 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, August 10, 1919

The primary joy of life
is acceptance, approval, the
sense .of appreciation and

companionship of our
human comrade SI)
—Joshua Loth_ Liebman

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Complete Selection of
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Admission includes: Food and Music by a D.J.

No Jeans

Cash Bar 25-40

Volume Has Many Ideas for Happy Life

By ALLEN A. WARSEN
"The New You" by Sol
Gordon is a Bantam pocket
size, soft-cover publication.
It covers a wide range of
subjects, including "Who Do
You Think You Are,"
"Worry and Depression"
and "Love."
Some of the subjects the
author arranged in groups
of 18 because "In biblical
Hebrew the word `chaff'
means life and its numeri-
cal value is 18."
To avoid boredom, the
author advises, among
others, munch a raw carrot
very slowly, give yourself a
massage, or take a warm
bath."
Boring conversations,
Gordon assures, begin
with utterances, such as
This is not my day,"
"Why pick on me?" and "I
cannot believe this is
happening to me again."
In order to live a lively
life, he recommends, exer-
cise, write letters, and "fall
in and out of love until you
want to marry and then stay
in love as long as you can (to
the person you marry)."
Concerning the
Holocaust, Gordon concurs
with Elie Wiesel's message

You don't have to know your meats and poultry

when you buy kosher, because not only do you
receive the finest, but that very important personal
touch. All our meats and poultry are triple in-
spected to assure you, the public, that only when
buying kosher do you receive the purest.

Detroit Area
Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers
Assoc. 7r1
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Starting Sun., Aug. 12th thru Thurs., Aug. 16th

U.S.D.A. Choice

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$251b.
CORNISH HENS
i

All Member Markets Open Sun. thru Thurs.

PASADENA KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

24721 Coolidge
Man A. Cohen, Joe Felstein & Michael Cohen
OAK PARK 48237—LI 3-8860

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge Hwy
Jack Cohen—Oak Park 48237
LI 7-4121

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DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

Feldman Bros. Proprietors
24760 Coolidge
Oak Park 48237—LI 8-6800

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

32390 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills, 855-1020
Ben Smith Don Barder

Closed Fri. & Sat.

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

19835 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.-557-7677
Feldman Brothers

NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

25254 Greenfield
Jack Miller
Oak Park 48237-967-3907

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile Road
John Katz, Dave Krasman
Southfield 48076-356-5110

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13721 W Nine Mile Road
Jack Anis, Philip Swarin
Oak Park 48237—LI 7-8111

CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

Carl Carson 968-7450
Lincoln Center Oak Park

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

"If we forget, it can happen
again. There are no expla-
nations, only stories,
legends and memories."
Gordon's thoughts on Is-
rael are timely and
straightforward: "Almost
every adult living in Israel
now is a 'survivor' either of
the Holocaust or of a flight
from Moslem countries
and/or has lost a son or a
father in one of four recent

wars.
The Western democ-
racies kept none of their
promises related to the
establishment of a
Jewish homeland — did
nothing when five Arab
nations violated the
United Nations Declara-
tion.
"Question: Why is it that
only Israel is expected to
give up everything it wins

in war it didn't start or
want?" --
Sol Gordon is the director
of the Institute for Family
Research and Education in
Syracuse, N.Y., and the
author of "You Would if You
Loved Me" and "The Sexual
Adolescent and Parenting."

Tyler Tyndall Preschool, Inc.

Registering for fall. Located
in Norup Middle School —
14450 Manhattan, Oak
Park.
Certified. Teachers pluf
• aides. State Licensed.
Limited enrollment, low tui-
tion.
Morning and afternoon
classes.
Call Elaine Shifman

Birkat Hamazon Benediction
Had Many Biblical Authors

By RABBI SAMUEL
FOX

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

The Talmud (Berakoth
48b) tells us that the four
different benedictions
which make up the Grace
after meals (Birkat Hama-
zon) were composed by four
different authors.
The first benediction,
which expresses praise and
thanks to the Almighty for
providing food for all His
creations, was composed by
Moses. He is said to have
expressed these words when
he observed how the Al-
mighty fed the Israelites
with the manna on their
way through the wilderness
from Egypt to the Promised
Land.
The second benediction,
which includes an expres-
sion of thanks to the Al-
mighty for giving us the
Promised Land was com-
posed by Joshua when he
arrived in the Promised
Land after leading the
people of Israel across the
Jordan.
The third benediction,
which expresses thanks
for the establishment of
Jerusalem as the location
of the Temple was said to.
have been composed
through the efforts of
David and Solomon. The
city of Jerusalem was es-
tablished as Israel's capi-
tal by David while the
Temple which made
Jerusalem the Holy City
was built by Solomon.
The fourth benediction,
which expresses thanks for
the goodness of the Al-
mighty is said to have been
composed by the authors of
the Mishna at the occasion
when the Romans finally
allowed the Jewish people
to bury the victims, of the
revolution at Bethar. In
spite of the fact that the
Romans were so cruel as to
forbid the burial of those
dead, it was the Grace of the
Almighty which finally
made them give in and
allow the burial. This latter
occasion probably was
meant to indicate that at
the height of human
tragedy we must still be
thankful for whatever
opportunity is provided by
the Almighty to bury the
past and look forward to the
future.
The above talmudic de-
scription illuminates in
general what a Jew must be
thankful for every day, i.e.,

The wisdom of the pru-
dent is to look well to his
way; but the folly of fools is
deceit.

his means of sustenance,
the existence of Israel, the
holiness of Jerusalem and
the ability to sustain the
tragedies of life and to over-
come them.

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