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November 04, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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Friday, November 4, 1983 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Whatever limits us we
call fate. The limitations re-
. fine as the soul purifies, but

the ring of necessity is al-
ways perched at the top.
—Emerson

Bust Sculpted in Recognition
of Hertz Service to Temple

Bais Chabad Torah Center

May we request the honor of your
presence at the dedication of the Bais
Chabad Library in memory of the late
Abraham Issac Morrison by his wife and
family. The ceremony will take place, G-d
willing, on Sunday, November 6, 1983 —
30 Cheshvan (Rosh Chodesh Kislev)
5744 at 2:00 in our Torah Center, 5595
West Maple, West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Our gathering will be addressed by the
noted writer, speaker and radio
personality Rabbi Y.M. Kagan.
Refreshments will be served after the
program.

Sincerely,

Rabbi Meilech Silberberg
Morris Mandelbaum,
Fred Ruby,

Secretary

President

Larry Gormezano,

Vice President

Jerry Ziegler,

Treasurer

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Beth El, is pictured with a bronze bust of himself,
sculpted by Mark Shwayder and commissioned by
Reva Shwayder and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard (Marjorie)
Siegel "in recognition of his 30 years of service as
senior rabbi of Temple Beth El." The sculpture stands
in the Slotkin Foyer of the temple.

Paris Jewish Center Opens

PARIS (JTA) — A new the veteran Jewish immig-
Jewish Community Center rants from Eastern Europe
has been inaugurated in the or their descendants.
old Paris Montmartre area.
The president of the asso-
The center consists of 40
double rooms which will ciation, advertising tycoon
serve as an old people's Marcel Blaustein-Blanchet,
home and a nursery which said that many of the early
can accommodate 75 chil- - postwar Jewish immigrants
dren. It will also serve some landed in Montmarte where
the center was originally
600 kosher meals a day.
Nearly two-thirds of the opened in 1932 in two small
center's budget was pro- rooms. Blaustein-Blanchet
vided by the Paris social said that the center will also
services agency with other cater to the needs of many of
funding donated by an asso- the area's non-Jewish old or
ciation comprising some of needy.

Oil Ban Faces Challenge

LONDON (JTA) — The
British government's ban
on North Sea oil supplies to
Israel is to be challenged in
the High Court on the
grounds that it infringes the
law of the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC).
The case is also likely to in-
volve the European Court of
Justice.
The oil had been sold in
April 1981 by Sun Interna-
tional and Sun Oil Trading
Company to a company
called Bulk Oil registered at
Zug, Switzerland. The sale
contract contained the
words "destination free but
always in line with export-
ing country's government
policy."

Since early 1979, the
British government has
limited oil supplies to other
EEC countries, members of
the International Energy
Agency and to other coun-
tries with which there is an
existing pattern of supply.
This latter clause includes
Finland but excludes Israel.
The policy was restated
earlier this month following
a meeting between Israeli
Energy Minister Yitzhak
Modai and his British coun-
terpart, Peter Walker.

Vicki is our
advocate to ensure
THE BEST RETURN
ON YOUR INVESTMENT

Hotel Rates Cut

Re-elect

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli hotel rates in U.S.
dollars have been lowered
for the first time in 25 years
for the period of March 1984
through February 1985.

Keep A Good Thing Going

VICKI GOLDBAUM

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