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October 23, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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Friday, October 23, 1%1 53

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Day School Benefit Slated

An art auction to benefit
the Hebrew Day School of
Ann Arbor will be held 2
p.m. Nov. 15 at the Hillel
Foundation in Ann Arbor,
1429 Hill. A wine and
cheese preview will be held
at 1.
Dr. Albert Scaglione of

1

Park West Galleries will
conduct the auction.
More than 200 works will
be exhibited and offered for
sale. Among the items are
lithographs, etchings,
woodcuts, serigraphs and
paintings. All are framed
and ready to hang.
Artists whose works
will be displayed are:
Agam, Appel, Boulanger,
Braque, Calder, Chagall,
Dali, Friedlaender,
Maxwell, Vaserely and
more.
Admission is nominal. A
babysitter will be available.

Egli':
JEWELRY

Highest dollars paid for

your diamonds. gold.
sterling or old jewelry!

Sine

Holocaust Essay
Contest Winners

LOS ANGELES — The
American Congress of Jews
from Poland and Survivors
of Concentration Camps has
announced second and third
place awards in its sixth
annual Holocaust essay
contest, but did not award a
first place prize.
Leah Esther Weil of Los
Angeles, a senior at UCLA,
was awarded second prize.
Lee Goldwasser of Wood-
land Hills, Calif., a
graduate student at
California State Univer-
sity, won third prize.

Wingate Institute El Al Offices
Are Unprofitable
Cites Moe Berg

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Offi-
cials of the Wingate Insti-
tute for Physical Education
and Sport in Netanya re-
cently dedicated the Moe
Berg Reference Room in the
institute's library.
Berg was a catcher for the
Boston Red Sox during and
after World War II.

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No Sabbath Calls

CAIRO (ZINS) — Mil-
lions of rats which de-
stroyed thousands of acres
of wheat and vegetables in
the Nile Delta have now
spread to southern Egypt's
sugar cane fields. Al Ahram
reports that the rats are de-
stroying the fields and be-
coming drunk on the cane.

this glory upon earth, God
needs a committed and de-
dicated group of men and
women.

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Detroit Free Press.

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
An El Al report published in
Haaretz recommends the
closing of all El Al branch
offices overseas.
The report said the
offices' expenses exceed in-
come by 20-60 percent. The
only profitable offices are in
Lisbon and Johannesburg
and the report suggests
leaving the sale of tickets
overseas in 'the hands of
travel agents.

man are partners in the
world and that, for the
realization of His plan and
the complete articulation of

Judaism has a central,
unique and tremendous
idea that is utterly original
— the idea that God and

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