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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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The HIGHEST
Money Market Rate in the Detroit Metropolitan Area
Among Major Financial Institutions for

naomi

he did not say this too is in
the Talmud, but asked
with a smile, "Do the
Christians obey this com-
mand?" I had nothing to
say in reply, especially as
at that particular time,
Christians, far from turn-
ing the other cheek, were
smiting the Jews on both
cheeks.
Leo Tolstoy
(My Religion)
If my theory of relativity
is proven successful, Ger-
many will claim me as a
German and France will
declare that I am a citizen
of the world. If my theory
should prove to be untrue,
then France will say I am
a German, and Germany
will say I am a Jew.
Albert Einstein
What a shame it is that
they should be more mis-
erable under Christian pr-
inces than their ancestors
were under Pharoah.
Pope Innocent IV
(Letter in DefeUse of the
Jews, 1247)
The Pope's noble dec-
laration was perhaps an
apology for his namesake
Pope Innocent III who had
written in 1208: "The Jews,
against whom the blood of
Jesus calls out ... must
remain vagabonds upon
the earth, until their faces
be covered with shame
and they seek the name of
Jesus Christ the Lord."

There is a reviewer's temp-
tation to utilize many of the
sections on the variety of sub-
jects from this interesting
book. It is difficult to elimi-
nate the lengthy concluding
portion devoted to "Miscel-
laneous Quotes on 87 Sub-
jects." Therefore the utiliza-
tion of the following from
that section:

Ambitiousness: A man
wants to be a leader and a
scholar overnight, and to
sleep that night as well.
Rabbi Yaizel of Navorodok
Ancestry: A person who
always brags about his an-
cestors is like a potato —
the best part of him is un-
derground.
Yiddish proverb
Celebrities: A celebrity is
a person who works all his
life to become well known,
then wears dark glasses to
avoid being recognized.
Fred Allen
"Treadmill to Oblivion")
Consolation: A person
who meets a mourner after
a year, and speaks of con-
solation to him then, to
what can he be compared?
To a physician who meets
a person whose leg had
been broken and healed,
and says to him, "Let me
break your leg again, and
reset it, to convince you

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The Soviet Jewry Committee
of the Jewish Community Council

Invites

Nu To Our

Solidarity Freedom
Concert

Wednesday, May 20, 1987 - 8:00 In The Evening

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills

FEATURING A RECITAL BY THE RENOWNED PIANIST

- Emanuel Ax

Emanuel Ax is hailed as one of the most remarkable pianists of his
generation, having won the first Artur Rubinstein International Piano
Competition at Tel Aviv in 1974. He has performed with virtually every
major orchestra in the United States, including the Detroit Symphony,
and has delighted audiences throughout the world.

PROGRAM

Sonata in A-flat major, Hob. XVI/46

HAYDN

Allegro Moderato; Adagio; Finale: Presto

Fantasies, Op. 116
1) Capriccio, D minor; 2) Intermezzo, A minor;
3) Capriccio, G minor; 4) Intermezzo, E major;
5) Intermezzo, E minor; 6) Intermezzo, E major;.
7) Capriccio, D minor
INTERMISSION

Scherzo. No. 1 in B minor, Op, 20; Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat
minor, Op. 31; Scherzo No. 3 in C-sharp minor, Op. 39;
Scherzo No. 4 in E. major, Op. 54

BRAHMS

CHOPIN

Reservation deadline May 13, 1987

I/we would be delighted to attend the Solidarity Freedom Concert on May 20, 1987.
Enclosed is my check for $
Name
$25 tickets
Address
Zip
City
State
(includes afterglow and reserved seats)
$10 tickets
Phone

Please make checks payable to the Soviet Jewry Committee and mail with
your ticket order to 163 Madison, Detroit, Michigan 48226. All contributions are
tax deductible.
Reservation deadline May 11, 1987.

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