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November 14, 1980 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

We must never under-
value any person. — The
workman loves not to have
his work despised in his

presence. Now God is pre-
sent everywhere, and every
person is his work.
—De Sales

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Friday, November 14, 1980 39

Torah Objects Taken from Area Synagogues

Temple Beth Jacob in synagogue and nothing else Christian congregations cident and will present it to
Pontiac and Temple Beth El was taken or damaged.
who want to help the Temple Beth El at Sabbath
in Bloomfield Township
The three men arrested in temple restore the collec- services Nov. 21. The cup
were broken into last Dearborn, ages 19-22, will ' tion.
has an inscription with the
Thursday night and silver face preliminary examina-
St. Stephens Episcopal message that no Christians
ceremonial objects were sto- tions in Bloomfield Town- Church in Troy purchased a can rest while Jews are
len.
ship's 48th District Court on kidush cup following the in- being attacked.
In the case of Temple Monday. There were re-
Beth El, three Southfield leased after arraignment
MON., WED., THURS. & FRI. 1 1 a.m. to 9 p.m.
_ _
SAT. 9 a.m. to 12 Mid.
Cloud Ttsesdiys
SUN. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.;.
men were arrested Friday last Saturday on $10,000
morning at a Dearborn coin personal bonds.
shop and 120 stolen objects
The Temple Beth El items
were recovered. Rabbi were recovered from the
Richard C. Hertz of Temple trunk of their car outside
Beth El said one-quarter of the Dearborn coin shop.
the items were smashed or Rabbi Hertz said Temple
flattened.
Beth El will search for a sil-
The thieves who broke versmith familiar with
into Temple Beth Jacob Jewish ceremonial objects
stole two Torah to see if the damaged items
breastplates, two Torah can be restored.
crowns, two kidush cups
He said that many of the
and two silver tea sets, in- items were 200-300 years
cluding a coffee urn. Those old and were "priceless and
items have not been re- irreplacable."
W. 10 MILE RD., 1 blk. E. of Evergreeo
covered and police have not
Following news re-
linked the two incidents.
ports about the incident
352-7060
Dearborn police ar- at Temple Beth El, Rabbi
A FULL SERVICE DELICATESSEN-RESTAURANT
rested three Southfield Hertz said he has re-
WITH OUR FAMO1 BAGELS AVAILABLE
men, Edgar Casab, ceived several calls from
Timothy Farqharson and
Glen Goldberg, after re-
ceiving a tip from Ace
Coin Shop. A Torah
breastplate the men were
frying to sell matched the
description of a similar
breastplate that had been
stolen in- October from
the Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation.
The Livonia synagogue
was carefully, broken into
and two silver crowns and,
two breastplates and a
kidush cup were taken.
Chargrilled swordfish? Mmmm
Jean Alspector of the
Broiled lake trout? Ymmm
Livonia congregation said it
Unexpected and unsurpassed for
was the only silver in the

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delicacy of flavor and firmness
of texture.
Taste and you II believe'

Keren-Or Dinner

NEW YORK — The sec-
ond annual national dinner
of Keren-Or (Jerusalem In-
stitutions for the Blind) will
be held Tuesday night at
New York's Essex House.
Edward H. Sussman of Hol-
brook, Mass. will be the
guest of honor.

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