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January 11, 1980 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-11

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Friday, hoary 11, 1W11

Lights! Action!

AMBER APTS., R.O.,

prudently provide for
tenants' proclivity for
pecuniary parsimony.

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t teNrw United Jewish Appeal
IV YOUNG LEADERSHIP CABINET

will hold the first of

three major events

at Adat Shalom Synagogue

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12

8 p.m.

TOPIC: "Middle East Politics"

An Urgent Call to Congregations,
Organizations and Individuals .

Help Provide Necessary
Passover Assistance Funds
For Needy in Israel .. .

SUPPORT THE MISRACHI MO'OS HITIM CAMPAIGN

Mizrachi Passover Mo'os Hitim Project
Continues as Aid From Religious Zionists

Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi, the
local branch of the Religious
Zionists of America, announced this
week that the annual campaign of
aid to needy in Israel for the
Passover festival will be carried on
again this year.

The Detroit Religious Zionists
Passover Mo'os Hitim Committee
this year is headed by Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Bigman.

In their appeal for aid in this year's
campaign, the Bigmans stated:

"The Mizrachi office has had a
tradition for 32 years of sending
Mo'os Hitim — Passover food pack-
ages — to the needy in Israel. The

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overwhelming inflation in Israel
makes us ever more responsible to
our less affluent fellow Jews.

The cost of food has risen dramat-
ically in Israel in recent months and
our assistance is even more crucial.

"Both as a tribute to (the late) Ziv
(Tomkiewicz, who headed Mizrachi
in Detroit) and for the mitzva of giv-
ing Mo'os Hitim, we ask you to re-
spond immediately so that we can
distribute the food certificates in
time for the Passover holiday, which
begins March 31."

Tax deductible contributions should
be made payable to Mizrachi.

Contact Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Bigman or phone 398-7180

Mizrachi, 23125 Coolidge, Oak Park, Mich. 48231

Women to Lead

are My servants, whom I
brought forth out of the land
of Egypt; they shall not be
sold as bondmen.
— Leviticus 25:39-42 ,

And if thy brother be
waxen poor with thee and
sell himself unto thee, thou
shalt not make him to serve
as a bondservant; For they

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Shabat Services

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will help conduct and
participate in Shabat serv-
ices Jan. 19, in honor of the
sisterhood's 60th anniver-
sary.
Luncheon will be served.
The community is invited.
A babysitter will be avail-
able.

I

Community
Calendar

United
Sunday —
Synagogue Youth general
meeting.
Tuesday — Hadassah
study group, 10 a.m.; and
FJCC Commission on
Jewish Education, 12:15
p.m., Council office.
Wednesday— Hadassah
meeting, noon.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El.

Flint Obituaries

Frederick Klein

Frederick D. Klein,
owner of Fred's Credit
Jewelry, died Jan. 2 at age
67.
Born in Czechoslovakia,
Mr. Klein lived 59 years in
Flint. He was a member of
Flint's Temple Beth El. He
resided at 1106 S. Franklin.
He is survived by his wife,
Irene; a son, Kim; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Marjorie Glick of
Chicago, Ill., and Mrs. Rose
Nassau of Hallandale, Fla.

Flint People
Make News

Maxine Kronick will
appear in the Pulitzer
Prize-winning play, "The
Shadow Box," Jan. 30 and
31 and Feb. 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9.
• • *
Scott Goldman was
named Carmen High
School's varsity soccer
team's most valuable player
for 1979. Scott Kronick
was named best offensive
player, and David Mor-
gan, most improved player.

Scoliosis Meeting

The Scoliosis Club of
Southeastern Michigan will
meet 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
William Beaumont Hospi-
tal.
Patricia Steel-Kafton and
Patricia Nichols will dis-
cuss "Scoliosis Screening in
the Schools," and a slide
presentation, "Watch That
Curve," will be shown. The
public is invited.

UN Employee
Killed in Israel

TEL AVIV — A Norwe-
gian civilian who worked
with United Nations troops
in the Sinai was shot and
killed in Nahariya, near the
Lebanese border, when an
Israeli resident mistook
him for a terrorist.

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