100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 29, 1985 - Image 27

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 29, 1985

FOCUS

GREETINGS - THANKS - REMEMBRANCES
with a tray from
),

TRIBUTES & TREATS

Dried Fruit, Candy, Nuts, Cheese
and Dietetic Trays Also Available

Argentine

Freund maintains
that his seminary has
pioneered in a Jewish
revival in Argentina
and has effectively
diminished the trend
toward
secularization and
assimilation .. .

The seminary, which occupies a
large seven-story, modern and
well-equipped building in the
Belgrano section, has graduated
24 rabbis and hundreds of Jewish
educators who serve in many
countries.
Its dedicated vice rector, Dr.
Richard Freund, is from Long Is-
land and appears intensely com-
mitted to every type of Jewish
cause and to the upgrading of the
community as a political and reli-
gious force. He is a very active
member of the Jewish Committee
on Human Rights, founded by
Meyer and others in 1981 to in-
vestigate the disappearance and
death of 2,000 Jews during the
dark days from 1976 to 1983, and
to keep an eye on many continu-
- ing violations of human rights.
Freund maintains that hs sem-
inary has pioneered in a Jewish
revival in Argentina and has ef-
fectively diminished the trend
toward secularization and assimi-
lation, which until 1971 was as
high as 50 to 65 percent.
The rate is decreasing, he said,
and is now about 40 percent,
largely because the new rabbis
and seminarians have been so in-

Continued on Page 34

Betty Grossman

Helen Rubin

355-4208

557-3499

Continued from Page 23

nd technical contributions, such
as solar energy, made by Israel to
this South American country.
When asked what he considers
as his most important achieve-
ment as he prepared to return to
Israel after a period of five years
as Isrel's top representative,
Schmorak's response was swift
and unequivocal: it was saving
the lives of Jews detained by the
previous regime, whose leaders
are currently on trial in a Buenos
Aires court.
Schmorak knocked on every
government and police door, he
said, but to no avail. Where he
was much more successful was
with known Jewish prisoners,
who were beaten and tortured for
worse than the non-Jewish de-
tainees. He recalle that in 1982,
Israel Foreign Minister Yitzhak
,.Shamir, during a visit, presented
the authorities wth a list of 400
Jewish prisoners and urged their
release.
The community, in its relations
with one another, and with the
external world, does not speak
with one voice. Often at odds with
nth over-all body, DAIA is the
"conservative" movement includ-
- ing Temple Beth-El and the
S.R.L. (the Seminario Rabinico
Latinoamericano) founded in
1962 by Dr. Marshall Meyer, and
- the largest in Latin America.

WHAT'S IM
fl MAME?
EVERYTHING!

IF YOU'RE
INTERESTED
IM DIRMOMDS,

01111C 1D

ANIC-1 -1 11

SE. OUR
IMPILAW

PhOtOelraPlini

3Eactulz you, CIEJETCTE tfiEciE'L 9 gEdt

ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROM:11

PHONE 645-9200

26571 West Twelve Mile Road at Northwestern Hwy.
352-7030
Closed Mondays



We pick up and de-
liver when service is
required and pro-
vide a free loaner
on request. You are
invoiced only for ac-
tual maintenance
charges — not for
Capri's special han-
dling, nor for the
cost of the loaner
-

*( 1 - 117:7 / . The Diamond People For Over 50 Years

30555 SOUTHFIELD RD.. CONGRESS BLDG.. SUITE 100

• CONFIDENTIALLY PRIVATE CONSULTATION
• CUSTOM HAIR PIECES FOR MEN
Swim? Shower?
• HAIR CUTTING & STYLING
In a hairpiece?

A Fp Op R T 353..7733

LEASIN G

CALL

29185 NORTHWESTERN HWY.

Near 12 Mile Franklin Shopping Plaza

We feature .. .

IMPORTS & DOMESTIC
all makes

"Look and live
like you never
lost your hair"

Man
IIHIalr

We also sell prev-
iously owned lease
cars.

GREG DUFF

STEVE CLARFELT

General Manager

Sales & Service

26431 Southfield • Lathrup Village • 569-6900

albs

GLASS
AUTO TRIM
ACCESSORIES

TIRES
AUTO
SERVICE

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS:

CUSTOM
WALL
MIRRORS

Goodyear Michelin
firestone Bridgestone

GOODYEAR FIRSTS

CUSTOM POLYSTEEL WSW

MOUNTED
FREE!!

185/80R13
195/70R13
185/75R14
195/75R14
205/75R14

215/75R14
205/75R15
215/75R15
225/75R15
235/75R15

$42.95
$52.95
$46.95
$48.95
$51.95

USED $500
and up
TIRES

24777 Telegraph
Southfield

$52.95
$55.95
$57.95
$60.95

FRONT DISC
BRAKES

"SELECT"

INSURANCE REPLACEMENT WITH
MOBILE GLASS SERVICE
For Auto—Home—Business

$53.91

$495

cars

I"st

Metallic extra. Includes new
pads, turn rotors, pock wheel
bearings where needed.

South of 10 Mile

Open doily 8 a.m. Mon -Sat

PHONE:
353-2500

WAYNE: CALL 721-3700 LINCOLN PARK: CALL 388-0600

-

J11.41 .,(11

..4*..44.44, 4friFfilt. Or'

as'Av

r•ti

r'

27

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan