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February 25, 1983 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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20 Friday, February 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ampal Annual Brunch Set

"Doing Business Profita- the Michigan Inn March 13
bly in Israel" will be dis- at 11 a.m.
cussed by David Mersky,
Ampal is an American
vice president of Ampal- corporation which finances
American Israel Corp., and invests in Israeli indus-
when he addresses Ampal's trial, agricultural and fi-
annual brunch meeting at nancial institutions. Its
subsidiary, Ampal
Securities Corp., presently
OFF
markets three series of Am-
‘ir ALL
pal's long-term debentures
INVITATIONS
with varying terms and
paying between 10 percent
10 TN ANNIVERSARY
and 12 percent interest.
Ampal has current assets of
DEBORAH'S
$800 million.
INVITATIONS over
The meeting will be
Created Just For You
hosted by Morris Lieber-
Personalized
man, Abram Medow, Alex
Cocktail Napkins
BlUmenberg and Emma
.
$9 per 100
Schaver.
DEBBIE GOLDFINE WEISSERMAN
For reservations, call
537-1490
Lieberman, 358-0760; or
Histadrut, 967-4720.

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THE SOPHIE & HARRY
HOFFMAN CHAPTER

and

Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

Reader Finds
Kin in Novel

Editor, The Jewish News:
Having had a chance to
read the novel "Between
Two Worlds" (published by
Feldheim and reviewed in
The Jewish News) I am, as
a great-grandson of Rabbi
Marcus Lehmann, de-
lighted to see his book being
translated into English. His
books were originally pub-
lished in serial form in the
newspaper "Der Israelit,"
which he founded.
At that time there were

HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS

PRESENT A

City ol ilope

obituary for Agudath Israel .
which as a movement led by
the foremost Torah sages of
our time will continue to
flourish until the arrival of
the Messiah.

Rabbi Menachem
Lubinsky,
Director of Government
and Public Affairs,
Agudath Israel of America

C.
Trojan

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& CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION
FREE ESTIMATES

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Door Prizes

Aguda Leader
Blasts Article

Editor, The Jewish News:
Moshe Ron's article, "In-
fighting May Destroy
Aguda" (Jan. 21), left the
impression that the
Agudath Israel in Israel
was on the verge of collapse,
as is evidenced in the choice
of the wording in the head-
ing.
The truth is that while
the Israeli Agudath Israel is
beset by internal dif-
ferences, as can be expected
when a coalition of so many
diverse elements is forged,
regrettably these dif-
ferences have been played
out of proportion. The
stories in the Israeli press
repeated by Mr. Ron are full
of fiction and fancy and,
perhaps, wishful thinking
on the part of the author and
others.

Miss Mechlowitz
to Wed in June

40% to
70% OFF.

It's now...
or never.

The Knesset Deputies of
Agudath Israel continue to
work in harmony, as is evi-
denced by their remarkable
accomplishments over the
past few years to promote
the interests of the religious
community in Israel. Far
from any fear of something
that may destroy "Aguda,"
we are happy to report that
after 70 years Aguda is
stronger than ever in Israel,
with polls predicting an in-
crease in its votes. In the
U.S. as well, Agudath Israel
after 60 years has become
the most powerful coalition
of Torah forces in this coun-
try, which has effectively
lifted the status of authentic
Judaism.
Sorry, Mr. Ron. The
flourishing Orthodox
Jewish community is not
quite ready to write the

Alexander Sutin

MONTE CARLO NIGHT

Refreshments Available

many small Jewish rural
communities. The only
opportunity they had to a
scholarly Jewish education
was through this publica-
tion. It was known, that
these people anxiously
awaited the delivery of this
paper each week.
Rabbi Lehmann, from the
city of Mainz on the Rhine,
headed one of the oldest
congregations in Germany.
He was a prolific writer and
endeavored to give his
readers not only interesting
stories but to inform them
about the past history, the
hard times and persecutions
the Jewish people had to
endure in the 17th and 18th
Centuries. Among his
numerous published works
were commentaries to the
Pirke Avot, the Haggada
and many more.

MISS MECHLOWITZ

where fur is on art

Applegote . Squore • 29665 Northwestern Hwy. • Southfield • 352-7112

Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Mechlowitz of Southfield
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Hannah,
to Mitchell D. Greenberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Greenberg of Southfield.
Mr. Greenberg is a
fourth-year medical stu-
dent.
A June wedding is
planned.

Joe Slatkin's

DEXTER CHEVROLET

Congratulates

LARRY M. STERN

35th Year Chevrolet Sales

(Hall of Honor Member)

For All Your Automotive Needs

Call 534-1400

20811 West 8 Mile

between Telegraph and Southfield
Adjoining the City of Southfield

O UR 50th YEAR

J.H.A. SEEKING WORK

People have a need to be prod-
uctive and contribute to society.
Idleness need not be age related.
The Jewish Home for Aged's shel-
tered workshop employs residents
who demonstrate their abilities
through a structured work environ-
ment. This program provides oppor-
tunities for residents and involves
them in a useful and satisfying work
environment while using their ta-
lents and previous work experi-
ences. The Jewish Home for Aged
is actively seeking simple hand as-
sembled, multi-step work for this
workshop. The professional work-
shop staff will provide bids on poten-
tial work at no charge to all in-
terested parties. For further infor-
mation please contact Stephen
Roizen, assistant executive director
or Maria Ortega-Trudel, director of
the sheltered workshop, at 532-
7112.

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