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October 23, 1970 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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Friday, October 23, 1970-21

Norman O'Brien, Hazel Park, Talks About Electric Heat

Israel Stamp Emphasizes Philately

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A new Israel stamp has been dedicated to philately. It marks the
National Philatelic Exhibition—Tabit—In Tel Aviv. The stamp is
in a one Israeli pound denomination. Its color is light brown. Its
motif is the Tel Aviv Post Office building. A. Prat is the designer.

Beth Moses USY
Sets 'Israeli Night'

Beth Moses Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will present an
"Israeli Night" 8 p.m. Saturday
at the synagogue. There will be
Israeli dancing and singing, movies
and refreshments.
Itzhak Margalit, a captain in the
Israel Army who is head of the
Hebrew department at the Jewish
Center, will speak.
The group will join the Project
Outcry torchlight parade leaving
from Dexter-Davison Market park-
ing lot 7 p.m. Sunday and con-
tinuing with a rally at Temple

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(Audrey is 12 years old and in
Akiva's 7th grade. She has attend-
ed Akiva since its inception and is
presently secretary of the Student
Council. She collects stamps and
post cards and is hoping to visit
Israel next summer.)
Candidates Milliken, Levin, Hart
and Romney are not the only ones
competing for votes on Nov. 3,
Election Day. Akiva students also
will be voted into office then as
Student Council officers and rep-
Each class will be represented
in the council by one permanent
representative and one alternate.
Candidates for president will be
selected from the 9th grade, vice
president from the 8th grade, sec-
retary from the 7th and treasurer
from the 6th.
Students are campaigning this
week with posters, speeches and
friendly talks. There's a lot of ex-
citement here.

General Assembly
of Habonim Today

Habonim Labor Zionist Youth
will hold its first Asefa Klalit,
general assembly, 8 p.m. today at
the Workmen's Circle Center. The
assembly is the highest decision-
making body of the ken (local
At the Asefa Klalit, all members
have voting privileges and may
express opinions, similar to the
way that a kibutz democratically

Tephilin Club to Begin
at Bnai Moshe Sunday

Bnai Moshe Talis and Tephilin
Club will begin its program 8:30
a.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
The group meets Sunday mornings
for services, breakfast and a
bowling league. The club is open
to all boys age 13-18.
Freshmen and Sophomore United
Synagogue Youth chapters of Bnai
Moshe will meet for a hay ride 2
p.m. Sunday at the congregation
and will proceed to Roy's Ranch


Sweet Project to Bring

Joy to Needy Children

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landau, 24231
Gardner, Oak Park, again are
offering to take Halloween unwant-
ed candy for neglected and delin-
quent children in the Oakland
County area.
Last year, the Landaus collected
2,000 pounds of candy for needy
children. They have engaged in
this project for 11 years. Candy
dropoff deadline is Nov. 6.

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