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September 16, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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46 Friday, September 16, 1983

JNF Tells Budget

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish National Fund
board of directors has ap-
proved the JNF's annual
1983-1984 budget of $66.7
million. The new budget is
75 percent larger than last
year's.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Naamat Official to Address Local Pioneer Women Unit

Masha Lubelsky of Israel,
secretary general of
Naamat, will be the speaker
at the opening membership
meeting of Pioneer
Women/Naamat, Greater,
Detroit Council, at 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 10 at the main United
Hebrew
Schools au-
We can bear to be de-
ditorium.
prived of everything but our
Prior to her election as
self-conceit.
secretary general, she
served in a number of
capacities in Naamat, par-
Got a question?
ticularly as chairman of the
child care division.
Get it answered at .. .
Ms. Lubelsky is responsi-
ble for coordinating all the
programs sponsored by the
in Israel.
FED INN movement
Ann Kaplan, council
Sunday , Se pt. 25
membership vice president,
Jewish Community Center
has also arranged for the
presentation of a cantata on

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Jerusalem Post Writer
to Address Temple Women

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will hold its Daniel M. and
Sophie Haas meeting noon
Sept:26 at the temple.
Wolf Blitzer, the Wash-
ington bureau chief of The
Jerusalem Post, will be the
featured speaker.

MASHA LUBELSKY

the life of Rahel Ben Zvi
written by national officer,
Lillian Elkin. Featured in
the cantata will be nar-
rators Ruth Miller and Mol-
lie Sallan. Soloist Alice
Blumberg will be accom-
panied by Rosalyn Kraus

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Sarah Hoffman is pro-
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sisterhood.
Luncheon is free to paid-
up members. There is a
charge for guests. Babysit-
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request.
For reservations, call
Sarah Hoffman, 681-1107;
Sue Weinstock, 855-2877;
or Temple Israel, 661-5700,

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commentator on national
television. He has appeared
on such programs as ABC's
"Nightline," "Good Morn-
ing America" and has
-served as a consultant for
ABC's "20/20" special on
terrorism in the Middle
East, entitled "The Unholy
War." In addition to the
Jerusalem Post, Blitzer'a
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the New York Times and
The New Republic.
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(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)
The penitential prayers
(Tachnun) are always
eliminated from the daily
services on days between
Yom Kippur and Sukkot.
Yom Kippur is the day
when people are forgiven by
the Almighty. The peniten-
tial prayers of the daily
service include confession-
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the condition of purity and
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5744 Population

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Israel's population as the
new year starts is estimated
at 4,110,000 (with 82.9 per-
cent being Jewish) by the
Central Bureau of Statis-
tics.

best wishes for a Happy New Year, 5743

nznzn

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in the New Year,
may you have joy
and peace, happi-
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