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May 16, 1980 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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171ay, May 16, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Rabbi and Minister' Is Lauded

Tourism Up

NEW YORK — Ameri-
cans visited Israel in record
numbers during the first
quarter of 1980, a 10 per-
cent increase over the same
period of 1979. Last year
300,000 American tourists,
more than ever before, vac-
ationed in Israel.

THE FINEST AND
LARGEST POOL BUILDER
IN THE MIDWEST

Almost a quarter of a century of
supplying discriminating buyers has
earned an unequaled reputation for
Miami Pools.
And, if you purchase a pool from Miami, we'll give
$150.00 to your Temple or Synagogue.

There is so little to re-
deem the dry mass of follies
and errors that make up so
much of life, that anything
to love or reverence be-
comes, as it were, a sabbath
to the soul.

You are cordially invited to visit our beautiful indoor display
at 33060 Northwestern Highway at Fourteen Mile Road.

15 Yr. financing available

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LUE WA T ER
POOLS

33060 Northwestern Highway
West Bloomfield, Michigan
626-5131

SOUTHFIELD OFFICE: 358-0012

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Reviewed by
ARTHUR J. LELYVELD

(A Seven Arts Feature)

Stephen Samuel Wise
died 31 years ago this
month and John Haynes
Holmes died 16 years ago
this month; but both . men
come alive again in the
pages of "Rabbi and Minis-
ter: The Friendship of
Stephen S. Wise and John
Haynes Holmes" (Prom-
etheus Books) by their
friends, disciple, and corn-

mitted co-worker in the
caust of the Jewish state,
Carl Hermann Voss.
"Rabbi and Minister" is
more than the story of a
unique friendship between
two great giants of Ameri-
can religious•life in the first
half of the 20th Century. It
is a saga of their participa-
tion in the social upheavals
of the world during the hey-
day of social reform and of
vast changes in our national
and international life.

E NOTICE:

AFTER 50 YEARS OF SERVING YOU

SHIFMAN'S

MEN'S WEAR 101/2

MILE & GREENFIELD

GOING G.O.B.
OUT
OF
BUSINESS
#2-80 City of Oak Park

They stood together
through two world wars, the
battle for justice at home,
the struggle against fas-
cism, the defeat of Hitler,
the victory of Zionism, the
independence of India and
the establishment of Israel.
Both men, Jew and Chris-
tian, took the leadership in
these dramatic battles with
unswerving courage and
heroism. Dr. Voss tells the
story superbly, with both
scholarship and zest.
' Men like Reinhold
Niebuhr, Paul Tillie
David Ben-Gurion any
Father George B. Ford
greeted the first edition
of the book in 1964 with
enthusiasm ("a deeply
moving book ... a pro-
found spiritual experi-
ence, ... a beautiful and
useful book ... an excel-
lent piece of work ...").
So now, Krister Stendahi,
Marie Syrkin, Nathan A.
Scott, Jr., Father David
Tracy, and Alfred
Gottschalk hail it.
They have commended its
timeliness, for as they say of
it, "It presaged the inter-
religious cooperation and
growing ecumenism of our
day, and at the same time
. . . emphasized the continu-
ing imperative to attain jus-
tice in the social order, to
highlight the emergence of
Israel after the horrors of
the Holocaust, and to defend
its freedom and survival."
Like them, I commend
this book to the clergy and
laity of our churches and
synagogues alike.

Needy Jews Hurt
by'Budget Cuts

....

...

M.;

• 1.?.?:::4.

'

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WE HAVE HELD OFF ADVERTISING TO THE
GENERAL PUBLIC UNTIL WE COULD GIVE
OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS ADVANCE NOTICE
OF OUR LAST AND GREATEST SALE.
HURRY, YOU HAVE NEVER SAVED LIKE THIS.

100 Suits
Reg. to $250
$7900

While they last

127 4-piece

SUITS
109° 0

Early Bird Special

r

132

SUITS

Reg. to $225

$ 1

1 9"

560

CASUAL
SLACKS
$ 1 180

2 for $22
Reg. to $25

590 Pair

480

DRESS
SLACKS

SPORT
COATS

Reg. to $50

40-70% Off

50
$ 16
2 for $30

450

ENTIRE
STO

Reg. to $245

CK

TIES
1/2
OFF

WEAR
30%-50%
OFF

L

FINEST NAMES IN CLOTHING

Shifman's closes after 50 years of carrying the finest names in men's wear. Save
on amous designer labels such as

LANVIN, GUCCI, GIVENCHT, OLEG CASSINI, LEVI,
ENRO, HASPEL, DONALD/BROOKS, JOHN WEITZ,
CATALINA, CHRISTIAN DIOR AND MANY, MANY MORE.

239

DRESS SHIRTS

149 Sport

450 Pair

JEANS
40% Off

Reg. to $25
$1080

2 for $20

ENTIRE STOCK

OUTERWEAR

Including Leathers

1/2 OFF

ENTIRE
STOCK OF

WEATERS
30%-50%
OFF.

SHIRTS

$950

Reg. to $20

ENTIRE
STOCK OF

SOCKS
1/2 OFF

CARDS

GOB PRICES ON:

BELTS, UNDERWEAR, SOCKS, HOSIERY,
JEWELRY, COLOGNE, GIFT ITEMS, HATS,
BATHROBES, PAJAMAS, HURRY
QUANTITIES LIMITED

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Visits to centers of service
for needy Jews in Brooklyn
by local legislators gave
them a first-hand look at
the impact of proposed or
new government "auster-
ity" budgets on present pro-
grams of aid for such needy
residents, the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies re-
ported.
Fewer kosher meals for
the aged, cutting down of
day care facilities for chil-
dren of single parents, cut-
backs in jobs for the elderly
funded by the Comprehen-
sive Employment and
Training Act (CETA) —
these were some of present
and future problems of tight
budgets, the visitors were
told.

Influence Decline

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Leon Dulzin, chairman , T
the Jewish Agency Exet
tive, told a Jerusalem sym-
posium that Israel's influ-
ence on Diaspora Jewry is
steadily declining.
He said that only when
Israel becomes a spiritual
center for world Jewry will
the Jews of the Diaspora
identify with the Zionist
idea.
Former Israeli Ambas-
sador to the U.S. Simha
Dinitz told the symposium
that American Jews do not
make aliya because of Is-
rael's negative quality of
life.

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