THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 16, 1984
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AND MANUFACTURE JEWELRY FOR YOU
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Major Credit Cards
on 15110 W. Ten Mile in Oak Park
has received new floor tiling, car-
peting, acoustical tile ceilings and
has been freshly painted through-
out the building.
As a result, the program service
of the Center has expanded to a
multi-service center serving in-
fants, toddlers, grade school chil-
dren, teenagers, adults and senior
The Center serves hot kosher
meals to senior citizens daily,
houses a gymnasium and dance
studio, as well as meeting rooms,
Judaica library and administra-
Irma Starr serves as the agency
branch coordinator and Miriam
Sandweiss is the senior adult de-
partment director. For informa-
tion,call the branch, 967-4030.
10 TO 14 89t
Tel Aviv (ZINS) — Kibbutzniks
have swelled the ranks of yordim
(emigres) more than any other
segment of the Jewish population,
according to a survey by the Bet
Although kibbutz membership
accounts for a total of 3.5 percent
of Israel's population, kibbutzniks
made up 4.3 percent of the yordim
in 1983, the survey found.
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FOR INFO CALL 543-7092
All cut and freezer wrapped.
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Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
OPEN WED. NOV. 21ST
UNTIL 11 P.M.
9 A.M. TO 2 P.M.
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• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS'
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11-16 thru 11-21
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YOU SAVE EITHER WAY!
(at reasonable prices)
95c per lb.
89c per lb.
CHICKEN BREAST WITH W1NGS $ 1 59 per lb.
$ 249 per lb.
$ 1 19 per lb.
KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:
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Monday thru Saturday 9-6, Tues., Wed. & Thurs 9-8, Sunday 12-5
Report more yordim
hail from kibbutzim
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27885 ORCHARD LAKE at 12 Mile, ORCHARD/12 CENTER
STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET
BY HEIDI PRESS
Local News Editor
Elias challenged the audience,
comprised of girls in grades nine-
12, to take up the work already
done by Rabbi Goldstein. "When a
generation passes, we must do
some of the things greater people
can't do anymore. We must take
up the challenge and continue the
work of Avraham Avinu."
The audience also was ad-
dressed by Rabbi Leizer Levin,
president of the Vaad Harabonim
— Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
who admonished the girls to con-
tinue to pass down knowledge of
Torah by becoming Hebrew
Norman Allan, the benefactor
of the school which bears his late
daughter's name, paid tribute to
the memory of Rabbi Goldstein.
Master of ceremonies for the lec-
ture was Rabbi Avrohom Freed-
man, assistant principal of the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Minor Repairs While You Wait
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CANDLE LIMITING TIME 4:16
Pursuit of education message
to Beth Jacob schools delegates
Education, passing down the
knowledge of Torah from genera-
tion to generation, was the theme
of the Sunday session of the na-
tional Beth Jacob Convention
meeting at the Sally Allan Ale-
xander Beth Jacob School for girls
in Beverly Hills.
More than 450 delegates from
27 Beth Jacob schools from
around the U.S. participated in
the four-day convention hosted by
the Detroit affiliate.
The convention was highligh-
ted by a talk by Rabbi Joseph
Elias, former principal of the boys
counterpart of Detroit's Beth
jacob school, the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah. Rabbi Elias, principal
and founder of the Rika Breuer
Teachers Seminary for Girls,
talked about what he called the
importance of carrying on the
task of the Patriarch Abraham —
In his speech, which paid trib-
ute to the late Rabbi Sholom
Goldstein, who was the principal
of the Sally Allan Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls at the time
of his death, Rabbi Elias re-
marked on how the late principal
carried on the principles set down
by his forebears, especially in the
realm of Hebrew education.
The late Rabbi Goldstein
founded the Yeshivath Beth
Y%hudah day camp, served as a
teacher and was actively involved
in the local Orthodox community.
"Rabbi Goldstein took on the
work of Avraham Avinu," Elias
said. "He had a vast variety of ta-
lents. He could've made a success
of anything he wanted."
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