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November 16, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, November 16, 1919

The hope of the righteous
is gladness; but the expecta-

tion of the wicked shall
perish.

We Make Our Own Glasses

HEADQUARTERS FOR
LATEST DOMESTIC AND
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• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
ACCURATELY FILLED
• DESIGNER FRAMES

• Reasonably Priced

• Immediate Repair

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

13720 W. 9 MILE Kr. COOLIDGE

1.1 7-5068

OAK PARK, MICH.

Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6

Sat. Id 5
Closed Wednesday

BEAT THE HANUKA RUSH

On Persecution

$950,000 Invested at Two
Events for Israel Bonds

My grandmother, the
beautiful daughter of a fam-
ily who had suffered from
persecution, had imbibed
that dislike for her race
which the vain are too apt to
adopt when they find they
are born to public contempt.
The indignant feeling that
should be reserved for the
persecutor in the mortifica-
tion of their disturbed sen-
sibility is too often visited
on the victim; and the cause -
of the annoyance is recog-
nized not in the ignorant
malevolence of the power-
ful, but in the conscientious
Some $550,000 was invested in Israel Bonds at the
conviction of the innocent
tribute dinner in honor of Harold and Philip Warren
sufferer. — Disraeli
at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Shown are, from left,
standing, Harold Warren, guest speaker Frank Ger-
vasi and Philip Warren, and seated, Norman Allan,
Rabbi Efry Spectre and David B. Holtzman.

BUY YOUR NEW
1980 PONTIAC
OR G.M.C. TRUCK

The Palestinians

At the time of the 1947
UN partition resolution on
Palestine, the Arabs did
have a majority in Palestine
as a whole. But the Jews
were in a majority in the
area allotted to them by the
resolution.
However, it should be
stressed that a major reason
for the Arab majority was -
that many thousands ca
from neighboring Arab
countries to find work,
opportunity and education
in the area, which was un-
dergoing rapid development
because of Zionist settle-
ment.
Prior to the mandate in
1922, Palestine's Arab
population had been declin-
ing. After 1922, Arabs
began to come from Syria",
Iraq, Lebanon, Transjordan
and Egypt.

vrouz

~~ IANO

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regular price.

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I

The recent medical physicians dinner honoring
Br. Julien Priver netted $401,000 in Israel Bond sub-
scriptions. Shown are, standing from left, Dr. Howard
Jacobs, Rabbi Irwin Groner, David B. Hermelin, Mrs.
Priver, Dr. Priver, guest speaker Abbie Ben-Ari and
Dr. Hershel Sandberg. Seated are past honorees Dr.
Joel I. Hamburger, Dr. Arnold Axelrod and Dr.
Hyman S. Mellen.

Hebrew School
Attendance Drop
Levels- Off

NEW YORK — The
American Association for
Jewish Education (AAJE),
reporting on its quadren-
nial nationwide census of
Jewish schools in the
United States, disclosed
this week that "the enroll-
ment decline which has
prevailed for nearly two de-
cades appears finally to be
leveling off."
Arthur Brody, president
of the AAJE, said that while
enrollment in congrega-
tional, day, communal,
Yiddish and independent
schools dropped 8.9 percent
from 1974-1975 to 1978-
1979 to an estimated
357,107 students, the de-
cline was "substantially
less than those of 14.3 per-
cent and 17.5 percent for the
previous two four-year
periods."

Moreover, Brody said
that a careful analysis
of enrollment patterns
"gives genuine cause for
realistic optimism that the
1980s may seem a gradual
increase in the number of
students receiving some
kind of an institutionally
sponsored Jewish educa-
tion."
The census was conducted
by the AAJE's department
of community services, in-
formation and studies-
under the supervision of de-
partment director Dr.
George Pollak and with the
active involvement of AAJE
consultants Dr. Gerhard
Lang and Paul Burstin.

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ONE BLOCK SOUTH Of 13 MILE ROAD • 645-9200

Dear Bonnie Brenner

We hereby want to apologize
for neglecting to wish you
a happy 40th birthday.

Love,
Howard & Shelly

We are so proud of our

New Attorney

RONALD M. ANSTANDIG

J.D.

Our love and congratulations on
passing the Michigan Bar Exam
Mom, Dad, Marcia, Mike
Shellie, Bryan & Marci

RUSSIAN JEWS

The meeting of and for

Russian Jewish Immigrants

with the director of the Russian Section of the
Allyah dept. of the Jewish agency.

LEAH SLOVIN

will take place

*

Tues., Nov. 20th, 1:30 P.M.
J.C.C. 10 Mile Branch

Israeli Film will be shown

meeting conducted in Russian

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