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July 08, 1983 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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26 Friday, July 8, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Shavuot in Moscow' Topic
of Lecture at Temple Israel

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tive vice president of the
Jewish Home for Aged, will
speak from the pulpit of
Temple Israel at 8 p.m. July
15.
Wolfe, whose topic will be
"Shavuot in Moscow," will
speak on his recent visit to
Russia and meetings with

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Jewish families there dur-
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ing Shavuot.
Wolfe's trip was part of a
month-long study mission ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: Services 6 p.m. today
of health care programs and
and 9 a.m. Saturday. Andrea Caplan, Bat Mitzva.
facilities in the Soviet CONG. BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES: Services
Union and Red China.
7:15 p.m. today and 8:45 a.m. Saturday. Laurie
Currently vice
Guthart, Bat Mitzva.
president of the National CONG. BETH ACHIM: Services 6 p.m. today and 8:45
Association of Jewish
a.m. Saturday. Michael Rosen, Bar Mitzva. Dana
Homes and Housing for
Polsky, Bat Chayil.
the Aged and chairman CONG. BETH SHALOM: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
of the Task Force on
Saturday. (Jason Weiss became Bar Mitzva at July 2
Aging of the Greater De-
Shabat morning services.)
troit, Wolfe has just been CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 7 p.m. today and 8:45
appointed a member of
a.m. Saturday. Larry Rockind will recite the Haftorah.
the Commission on Aging
Philip Vainik will deliver the sermon.
for the state of Michigan DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE: Services 8 a.m. Saturday.
by Gov. James J. Blan-
Rabbi Gamze will speak on "The Satmar Sect —
chard.
Hatred in the Guise of Piety."
Wolfe holds bachelor's, TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Services 8 p.m. today in the West
master's and specialist de-
Garden (weather permitting). Connie Jacob and Sally
grees from Eastern Michi-
Jo Levine, will conduct the services.
gan University, and has TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8 p.m. today. Rabbi Syme
done graduate work in
will speak on "Chapters in Jewish History: Jewish Life
business at the University
Under the Pope." Gary Goodman and Sandor Metz,
of Detroit and in gerontol-
Bnai Mitzva.
ogy at Wayne State Univer- CONG. T'CHIYAH: Services 10 a.m. Saturday, conducted
sity.
by Betty Scherik, Judy Harris and Carol Weisfeld.
He is currently adjunct
Regular services will be held at Cong. Bais Chabad of
assistant professor in the Farmington Hills, Cong. Bais Chabad of West Bloomfield,
WSU Medical School, an ad- Temple Beth El, Temple Beth Jacob, Cong. Beth Tefilo
junct instructor in the Emanuel Tikvah, Cong. Beth Tephilath Moses of Mt. Cle-
school of osteopathic niens, Birmingham Temple, Cong. Bnai David, Cong. Bnai
medicine at Michigan State Israel of West Bloomfield, Cong Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah,
University and a preceptor Cong. Bnai Jacob, Cong. Bnai Zion, Cong. Dovid Ben
for George Washington Nuchim, Temple Kol Ami, Livonia JewishCongregation,
University.
Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach H'Ari, Sephardic Commu-
The community is invited nity of Greater Detroit, Cong. Shaarey Shomayim (Jewish
to attend the service, at Center Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch), Cong. Shaarey
which the Bar Mitzva of Zedek, Cong. Shomrey Israel (18995 Schafer), Troy Jewish
Marc Lee Lampcov will be Congregation, Young Israel of Greenfield, Young Israel of
observed.
Oak-Woods and Young Israel of Southfield.

Yahrzeit Plaques
Are Unveiled

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will participate in
the affixing of memorial
plaques to the memorial
• tablet at Cong. Mogan Ab-
raham, 15751 W. Lincoln,
Southfield, at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday.
President of the ladies
group, Mrs. Leo Laufer, re-
quests the attendance of
relatives and friends.

Israel Prints
More Shekels

JERUSALEM (JTA —
The Treasury printed an-
other seven billion shekels
last month, bringing to 13
billion shekels the amount
of new currency printed
since April.
In making the an-
nouncement, however, the
Treasury promised not to
exceed the 70 billion
shekels expected to be
printed up to the end of the
current fiscal year, a factor
that contributes to the
country's galloping infla-
tion.

Illinois Adopts
Burial. Law

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. —
Both houses of the Illinois
Legislature have passed a
bill developed by Agudath
Israel of America that
would allow Sunday and
holiday burials in Illinois.
The bill makes it illegal
for cemeteries and grave-
digger unions from agree-
ing to restrictions that
would prohibit Sunday and
holiday burials.

Boy Admits to Hurting Prof
Shabat Rock-Throwing

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
14-year-old boy from an
ultra-Orthodox family con-
fessed over the weekend
that he had thrown a rock
which severely injured He-
brew University scientist
Uzi Ritte several months
ago.
The youngster was re-
leased on bail and his file
turned over to a juvenile
officer who must decide
whether to recommend that
the offender be tried.
Dr. Ritte was struck in
the head while inadver-
tently driving through an
ultra-Orthodox neighbor-
hood on a Saturday. His in-
jury caused him speech
difficulties and a partial
loss of memory.
Meanwhile, tensions
rose again in Jerusalem
neighborhoods shared
by religioug and non-
religious Jews. Several
residents have charged

that the Orthodox have
been trying to pressure
non-observant Jews to
give up their homes and
leave the area.
Police have posted a civil
guard in the Mekor Baruch
quarter of Jerusalem in an
attempt to cool tempers.
The action was taken at a
meeting at City Hall three
days after a tear gas gre-
nade was thrown at the
home of the Belzer Rebbe,
Rabbi Yissachar Dov
Rokah, leader of the Belz
Hasidim. It was the second
such incident.
But the Belz Hasidim re-
fused to participate in joint
patrols of religious and sec-
ular Jews aimed at keeping
peace in the neighborhood.
A spokesman for the sect
explained, "We showed our
good will by not reacting to
the grenade attacks on our
rabbi. It is the job of the
police to keep the peace.

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Controversial Digs Resumed

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Work resumed Monday at
Area G, an archeological
site at the City of David, just
outside the Old City's
southern wall.

The renewed digging was
authorized by an agreement
reached between the Minis-
try of Education and an ar-
cheological team headed by
Hebrew University Prof.
Yital Shilo despite vehe-
ment protests by ultra-
Orthodox circles.
The ministry is permit-

ting excavations in the
entire area except for a
small marginal section.

The permit triggered
angry reactions in the
ultra-Orthodox neighbor- .
hoods. Posters appeared in
the Mea Shearim quarter
calling the dig "a desecra-
tion of Jewish graves" and
urging local residents to
fight against it.
The police warned they
would act vigorously
against any attempts to dis-
rupt the archeological work.

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