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December 25, 1981 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AP

FOR
YOUR

Friday, December 25, 1981 23

Talmay Yosef Settlement
Beneficiary of UJA Funds

1982

THE COMMITTEE

TIM
AUDETTE
Sales & Leasing

FOR

CADILLAC
SEE ME

THE FURTHERANCE

at AUDETTE CADILLAC
7100 Orchard Lake
Rd.
at Northwestern,
West Bloomfield

(313) 851-7200

PERSONALIZED SERVICE
GUARANTEED

OF THE

Benjamin Shatz, 11, and his sister, Daniella, 8,
plant fruit, vegetables and flowers in the sand in the
new settlement of Talmay Yosef in the Negev. The new
settlement, comprised of 15 adults and 30 children
relocated from the Sinai, is among the beneficiaries of
the annual Allied Jewish Campaigns conducted
under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal.

SHAMPOO, CONDITIONER & CUT

ONLY $

BY OUR STAFF OF SUPER CLIPPERS

For appointment 851-6520

6445 Orchard Lake Rd., Orchard Mall, W. Bloomfield

WHAT?

JEWISH PRIDE
JEWISH SURVIVAL
JEWISH SELF DEFENSE
JEWISH FREEDOM '
NON-ASSIMILATION

WHERE?

THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE

357-5449

HOW?

I AM A JEW AND FEEL I MUST HELP
MY PEOPLE!!

❑ Send Me An Application
❑ Accept My Donation of $

Name'

Address

Phone No

City

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moutt
l field 4,

Return to The Jewish Experience, P.O. Box 2435 s

Congregation
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah

24224 Greenfield Avenue
Southfield

cordially in vies
members and friends to a

Chanukkah Celebration

Saturday, December 26, 8 P.M.
at the Synagogue

Guest speaker and entertainment

Refreshments — Latkes

Dr. Max Kapustin
Program Chairman

African Officials
Visit Israeli
Teachers College

JERUSALEM — The
David Yellin Teachers Col-
lege of Jerusalem recently
hosted a series of meetings
and receptions with Senator
Canon Sipheste Dlamani,
Minister of Education and
Salomon N. Simelane, di-
rector of the Ministry of
Education, of Swaziland.
Sen. Dlamani and
Simelane were particularly
impressed with the college's
unique Early Childhood
Demonstration School and
its singular accom-
plishments and leadership
in the difficult and demand-
ing field of special educa-
tion.
Following their tour of
the college, officials from
the African country met
with the dean of the college,
Dr. Norman Schanin. They
discussed the state of
teacher education in Israel,
Israeli education in general,
and the specific objectives
and philosophy of the col-
lege as one of the foremost
institutions in Israel for the
training of teachers.

Jerusalem Roses

JERUSALEM — A rose
garden of 40,000 bushes is
being -cultivated between
the Knesset and the Bank of
Israel. Funded by the Wohl
family of Geneva, through
the Jerusalem Foundation,
it is expected to be a
breathtaking spectacle, in-
cluding a "garden of the na-
tions" whose flower-beds
will be decorated with •na-
tional flags, including some
countries which don't have
diplomatic relations with
Israel.
Some 1,000 varieties of
roses will be grown, watered
by drip irrigation, a system
in which Israel is among the
world's most advanced
countries.
Israel today exports 175
million roses every season.
In 1958 the figure was

SANCTITY OF
JEWISH FAMILY LIFE

(TAHARAS HAMISH PACHA)

INVITES THE COMMUNITY

TO A

LECTURE BY

RABBI DR. MAURICE LAMM

Noted Author Of:

"The Jewish Way of Love and Marriage"

"The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning"

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 1982
8 P.M.

,

United Hebrew School Building

21550 West 12 Mile Road

Southfield, Michigan

For information call

569-2030

559-2295

70,000.

It is a very poor, though
common pretense to merit,
to make it, appear by the
faults of other men.

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