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September 24, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 24, 1976 39

Lubavitch Make Tashlikh Preparations

The Lubavitch Center
has arranged with the
Oak Park Department of
Recreation to again make
available the Oak Park
swimming pool for the
Tashlikh Service. The
pool will be open from 3-8
p.m. Sunday.
Tashlikh is an old cus-

FANNIE
KOMISAR

Wants to thank her
ausband, her children,
"friends, • good
neighbors and her
ladies social club for
their thoughtfullness
during her recent ill-
ness and wish them a
Happy New Year.

torn whereby, on Rosh
Hashana, the Jews as-
semble near a body of
water to pray. The tradi-
tion is believed to be a
reminder that. as fish
cannot live without wa-
ter, so too the Jewish
people cannot :live with-
out Torah.
With the approach of
Rosh Hashana Lubavitch
is intensifying its candle
lighting campaign to en-
courage all Jewish
women and girls from the

Book Review Due

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of
the Birmingham Temple
will review "Kin Flicks, -
by Lisa Alther 8:30 p.m.
Monday in the temple.
There is a nominal
charge.

Lillian, Seymour & Terri Gallant

SELMA'S YARN SHOP

Lincoln Tower Apts.

Wishes All Their
Friends & Customers

A Happy, Healthy & Prosperous
NEW YEAR

nzriizri rime rur,5

Jabi was reported to be
recovering from wounds
inflicted by fellow sol-
diers who chased him and
opened fire as he crossed
into Israel-held territory.
According to military
sources, Jabi has re-
quested asylum in Israel
for personal rather than
political reasons.

CARPET
CENTER

Mrs. Sol Nusbaum

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Nusbaum

The meeting of the Is-
raeli and Syrian officers
occurred while the. first
Druze family reunions
were taking place. They
went unnoticed at the
time because the press
was barred from the site
at Syria's request. It was
learned that several prior
meetings had taken place
to discuss matters related
to the border fence open-
ing.

Mr. & Mrs. Dov Loketch

Eleven Great Stores to Serve You


[ Bill, Sue, Jason and Marty Rosen

and Staff

of Davidson's

Carter Drops Ball
as Possible Aide

Shoe and Handbag Salon

_WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— Sources have revealed
that Democratic Presi-
dential candidate Jimmy
Carter had eliminated
the name of George Ball
as a candidate for Secret-
ary of State from his list
of possible cabinet ap-
pointments.

Wish ,their many friends a happy

and prosperous New Year.

249 Pierce, Birmingham

Israelis, Syrians
Discuss Druze

TEL AVIV (JTA) Is-
raeli and Syrian officers
have met at the demarca-
tion line on the Golan
Heights, it was disclosed
Sunday. The meeting,
which took place several
days previous, dealt with
procedures for allowing
Druze families on both
sides of the line to meet.
Two weeks ago, the first
such reunions since the
Six-Day War took place
under United Nations
supervision, following
agreement between Is-
rael and Syria.
The Israeli and Syrian
officers are also believed
to have discussed the Sy-
rian soldier who defected
to Israel. He was iden-
tified as Pvt. Ibrahim
Mouhan-imed Jabi, 25, a
Druze who served in a Sy-
rian infantry unit
stationed on the Golan
Heights.

Wish All Their Relatives & Friends
A Year Of
Health, Happiness & Prosperity

15075 W. Lincoln

age of 3 to begin lighting
Sabbath and festival
candles at the proper
time — 18 Minutes before
sunset on Friday even-
ing.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson, said that by
lighting Sabbath and holi-
day candles one insures
harmony in the home and
drives away the darkness
of the world.
The
Lubavitcher
center is preparpd to as-
sist with the mitzva of
candle lighting. either
with information or with
a free candle lighting kit.
For information, call the
office, 548-2666.

642 9646

0

Ball is reported to be
critical of Israel in that he
said he believes the
Israeli-Arab conflict will
only be solved by an im-
posed peace plan. Ball is
taking no part in shaping
Carter's position on polit-
ical matters.

The Endowment Fund

Focusing On Today's Young Adults

Since last Rosh Hashana the Endowment Fund has:

AIDED 55 students in technical, undergraduate,
and graduate schools with scholarship help
through the Jewish Scholarship Service.

CONTINUED funding of Project JOIN, an experi-
mental internship program in Jewish communal
careers administered by the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice & Community Workshop and the Jewish Com-
munity Center.

PROVIDED funding for the community-wide Tay
Sachs disease screening program run by Sinai Hos-

pital and the Ford Hospital Genetic Counselling
Clinic.

ESTABLISHED a camp-
ing program for
families
spending
weekends and holiday
periods at Camp
Tamarack, as well as a
Judaic-oriented program for
young couples who ,attend
the University of Michigan graduate school.

GIVEN special "seed money" grants to Hillel or-
ganizations on the campus at Wayne State Univer-
sity and Michigan State University to expand
Jewish programming and service for collegians.

AND MUCH MORE, made poSsible by the generos-
ity of our community! -

If you like what were doing, why not

join the Endowment Program?
is a way to be inscribed
in the Book, of Life.

Martin C. Citrin
President,
Jewish Welfare Federation

Milton J. Miller
President,
United Jewish Charities

Sol Drachler
Executive Director, Jewish Welare Federation

C. Kenneth Sarason

Secretary, Endowment Fund

The ENDOWMENT FUND

163 Madison Avenue, Detroit

965-3939

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