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March 30, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The founding of Tel Aviv

BILL
MEYER
MUSIC
355-2721

Friday, March 30 1984

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The founders of Tel Aviv, th e . first all-Jewish city, are shown
in the top photograph at the founders meeting on the seafront
in 1908. In the bottom photograph is Tel Aviv-Yaffo as it
looks today.

The Jewish calendar

BY RABBI SAMUEL FOX

In the Jewish calendar,
the day begins at sunset
while in other calendars the
day begins at midnight.
The basic reason offered
by many for this tradition is
the verse in Genesis which
describes the creation of the
world. The verse reads,
"And it was evening and it
was morning, one day."
The rational explanation
offered by some for this
practice is that the Jewish
count of days in history be-
gins with darkness and
tragedy and winds up in
light and hope. This is to be
contrasted with some other
beliefs which start in light
and end in darkness indicat-
ing that they start with suc-
cess and end in failure.
Compared with the prac-
tice of beginning the count
of days at midnight, which
is a comparatively artificial
distinction, Jewish count-
ing of days begins with the
natural phenomenon where

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sunset is a mark cast by na-
ture as a token of the intent
of the Almighty who wanted
people to go from darkness
to light — just as the de-
velopment of the world
began in darkness and
moved on towards the light.

Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.

El Al operates
despite strike

New York — El Al Israel
Airlines officials say they
are maintaining cargo and
passenger service in spite of
a strike by the Interna-
tional Association of
machinists which began
last Friday in New York,
Management, supervis-
ory and non-union person-
nel are filling the striking
workers' roles.

Man's friend

The camel has been
domesticated by man for At
least 5,000 years.

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on back, neck and shoulder pain

Wednesday, April 11, 1984
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7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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6000 Orchard Lake Road
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Joseph C, Honet, M.D., Chairman

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David Wrisley, M.D., Medical Director

Cardiovascular Fitness and Rehabilitation
Program, Sinai Hospital

Neck Pain (What is "whiplash"?)
Michael G. Sperl, M.D.

John Franklin, M.D.
Martin Lubetsky, M.D.

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

from the Problems of Daily
Living Clinic, Sinai Hospital

Shoulder Pain (What is "bursitis"?)
Maury R. Ellenberg, M.D.

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Sinai Hospital of Detroit

Register at the Ten Mile Community School
or by mail to:
Farmington Community Education,
32789 Ten Mile Road,
Farmington, Michigan 48024
(Include your name, address, telephone
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Questions and Answers—Panel
Pre-registration is necessary
Contact in person or by mail :
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Community Education Department
5475 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48033

424-8833

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