100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 06, 1984 - Image 66

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

66

THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

Friday, April 6, 1984

Campaign agencies aid needy at Pesach

ND IT

L
IN THE

Special to The Jewish News

ANT

CONSIGNMENT
SALE!

D ESIGN-iT

Towle Sterling Flatware.
122 pieces, Service for 12
plus serving pieces. Ram-
bler Rose Pattern. Retail
value over $10,000. Asking
$2250.
DEARBORN DIAMOND
EXCHANGE
PARKLANE TOWERS 336-8110

Custom Laminated Furniture.

Residential & Commercial

Graphic Wall Design
KEITH SCHARE

Designer

471-3223

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

13831 W. 9 Mile Rd. Oak Park 543-7092

R MEATS
GLATT KOSHE

(at reasonable prices).

WHOLE VEAL
1/2 VEAL

$1 79 lb.

68-70 lbs.

$1.85 lb.

WHOLE

CHUCK OF BEEF 50-60 lbs
SHOULDER OF BEEF WU lb

$ 1 .69 lb.

1 79 lb.


$
All cut & freezer wrapped.
Our meat and store are kashered for Pesach

Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Open. ? Days
Mon. thru Sat.
8 to 6 p.m.
SUNDAY
9 to 5 p.m.

.

Agencies benefiting from
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign will see to it that the
Jewish needy in Detroit will
not be forgotten at
Passover. As in past years,
the Jewish Family Service
is assisting Morris Dorn of
the Mo'os Chitim (Passover
fund for the needy) by refer-
ring individuals requiring
its contributions of matzot,
wine and monetary aid for
the holidays. Among those
being helped are 140
families (305 persons) re-
ferred by JFS, according to
Executive Director Sam
Lerner.
Resettlement Service,
which assists immigrants to
the Detroit area, also re-
fers clients — 137 families
this year — for Mo'os
Chitim aid at Passover. The
distribution is taking place
at Conc.- . Beth Tefilo
Emanuel b Tikvah.
In addition, JFS has re-
ceived a $50,000 grant from
the Federal Emergency
Management Agency
(FEMA) to feed the poor.
Half the grant was made
available at the end of
March for the special needs
of the poor at Passover time.
Persons who are emo-
tionally or physically dis-
abled, or aged and living in
isolation from the
mainstream Jewish com-
munity, will have their
Passover, too. These indi-
viduals, who work in the

FELDBRO

QUALITY MEATS

. South of Maple

6720 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

- WEST BLOOMPIELD PLAZA

Open 7 Days
Mon. thru Sal
8 to 6 p.m::
SUNDAY -
9 to 5 p.m.

626-4636

BEER & WINE

Imported

Domestic

626-4656

BUTCHER SHOP QUALITY!

BEER & WINE

Imported

AT LOWER THAN
SUPERMARKET PRICES!

Domestic

626-4656

NOW TAKING ORDERS
FOR PASSOVER!

STRICTLY FRESH TURKEYS

TURKEY BREASTS . . . CAPONS
DUCKS . . . SOUP CHICKENS
USDA CHOICE
BRISKETS . . . RIB ROASTS
DELMONICO ROASTS . . . AND MORE!

ORDER NOW 626-4656

TURKEY
DRUMSTICKS
39%.

WE HAVE
KOSHER WINE
FOR PASSOVER!

t ,. 4

A 1

4. 11#

t 4.

1 k.t.:

4 t s i : .!

t

*A A TA

e

Jewish Vocational Service's sented by children in third decorated for Passover by
sheltered workshop or are and fourth grades at" JPI. the students. The youngest
assisted through the agen- Reservations for the Seder girls, in grades one and two,
cy's Project Outreach pro- are being taken through will participate in a model
gram to isolated Jews, will Sunday, at the Jewish Cen- Seder.
Akiva Hebrew Day
be part of a group of 200 ter, 661-1000, ext. 158.
Jewish youngsters affil- School students are taking .
brought together for a
Passover luncheon April 19 iated with other schools will advantage of the computer
have their own Passover ob- age by viewing videotapes
at Cobo Hall.
Assisted by Rabbi and servances. There will again related to Passover.
Mrs. Solomon Gruskin, the be a Seder designed for spe-
The Jewish Community
annual event is a labor of cial education classes at Council, in conjunction with
love for volunteers from the UHS, conducted by Rabbi Temple Emanu-El and its
Co-operative Council of the Abraham Zentman at Cong.
sisterhood, recently invited
League of Jewish Women's Beth Achim. The children, nearly 200 Christian clergy,
Organizations, who provide who are learning-disabled religious educators and
funds for the food and and multiple-disabled, will church leaders to gather for
transportation, and arrange be taught the Four Ques- a Passover workshop at the
tions and the story and temple, conducted by Rabbi
a gift bag for each guest.
A massive housecleaning songs of the holiday by edu- Lane Steinger.
is underway to get ready for cational co-ordinator Bayla
JCCouncil also sends
Passover at the Jewish Landsman and her staff.
Taking up the issue of press kits about Passover to
Home for Aged's two
facilities, Borman Hall and freedom — for Soviet Jewry media representatives and
Prentis Manor. There will and others oppressed — are helps set up possible stories
be traditional Seders for students in grades seven- for local newspapers, radio
residents on the first two nine at Hillel Day School. and television stations. A
nights, led by religious di- At the Sally Allan Alexan- third activity for Council is
rector Ira Zaidman and der Beth Jacob School for sending its prepared book-
other outside volunteers. Girls, the classrooms and let, . Supplemental Hag-
bulletin board at the build- gadah Readings, to some
The elderly residents of ing entrance will be gaily 2,500 community leaders.
the Jewish Federation
* * *
Apartments will be treated
to a special pre-Passover
Seder on April 15, thanks to
over 40 fifth-grade students
entertainment with Israeli
The Allied Jewish Cam-
from the Temple Beth El paign's 36 Days of Renewal
concert and television stars
religious school. Their will come to a close Thurs-
Avraham Albrecht and Av-
teacher, Elaine Stern, is day at 8 p.m. at Adat
shalom Zfira. The duo sings
helping co-ordinate the Shalom Synagogue.
in Yemenite, Ladino,
Seder at JFA in Oak Park.
Neapolitan, Spanish, Ita-
Campaign Chairman
The following evening, the Jack Robinson and the
lian, Yiddish, Hebrew and
building's observance of other Campaign leaders
English.
Passover will take place and division chairmen will
Tickets for the Campaign
with a Seder conducted by announce totals for 1984. A celebration, which includes
Elliott Rosenbaum, final telethon on Sunday,
a champagne reception, are
president of the Jewish Stu- from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
available at a nominal
dents Association at Oak- at the United Hebrew
charge from the Jewish
land Unviersity.
Welfare Federation. It's
Schools, will reach the re-
Persons confined to Sinai maining past and potential
also not too late to make a
Hospital during the contributors, bringing the
Campaign pledge if you
Passover season will be able pledge tally up to date on
were not contacted. For in-
to watch a closed circuit Thursday.
formation, call Barbara
television program pre-
Satinsky, 965-3939.
There will be musical
pared by chaplain Allan
Blustein. There will be
kosher-for-Passover meals
served and all patients will
receive a glass of wine with
an explanation of the holi-
At recent hearings held in could not be limited, any
day. Haggadot and Seder Lansing, the Jewish Corn- and all sections of our Con-
plates will be provided for munity Council of Met- stitution, including the Bill
those who want them. Addi- ropolitan Detroit, repre- of Rights, could be
tionally, special Yizkor senting 300 fraternal,
threatened.
services will be held on the
"In other words, the fun-
social and commu-
eighth day for those nity service organizations damental laws of our land
patients who cannot attend in the metropolitan area, could be up for grabs to
services because they are went on record in opposition whatever narrow but pow-
bedridden.
to Michigan Senate Joint erful special interest or
A cultural celebration of Resolution E which calls for single-issue group might
Passover is planned by the the U.S. Congress to hold a have influence over the
Senior Adult Council at the Constitutional convention.
convention or its delegates.
Jewish Community Cen-
It is for these reasons that
Only two more states
ter's Jimmy Prentis Morris
the Jewish community na-
Branch in Oak Park. About need to call for a convention tionally, and our Jewish
150 persons are expected to before Congress is com- Community Council locally
attend the luncheon at pelled to do so, since 32
are opposed to the conven-
12:30 p.m. on April 19. It states have already voted in ing of a constitutional con-
will include traditional favor. While the Michigan
vention for any reason."
foods and musical Senate is calling for a con-
Individuals may express
with vention on the basis of a their views by writing their
entertainment
baritone Sidney Reznick balanced budget, many State Senator and Sen. John
and pianist Lillian Zellman. states have used other is-
Engler, Administration and
Rules Committee Chair-
Adults interested in sues.
Testifying on behalf of the man, c/o State Capitol
attending a secular Seder
are welcome to join the Council, Fred L. Golden- Building, P.O. Box 30036,
Jewish Parents Institute's berg, Community Relations Lansing, 48909.
annual Passover luncheon Committee Associate Elected to post
11:30 a.m. April 15 at the Chairman, stated "The un-
Dr. Richard L. Douglass,
main Jewish Community tried method of calling a
Center. JPI is a Center pro- convention to amend the director of the LeVine Insti-
gram, which includes Sun- Constitution could cause tute on Aging at the Jewish
day school classes for chil- great danger to our Home for Aged, was elected
dren. The Seder will include cherished system of gov- as vice chairman of the
responsive readings from ernment. Once a convention Gerontology Section of the
the JPI Haggadah, commu- is convened, there is no pre- Michigan Academy of Sci-
nity singing led by dance di- cedent for setting its rules, ence, Arts and Letters at the
academy's 88th annual
rector Beth Norman, and a goals and length of service.
,Passover puppet show pre- If the scope of the assembly meeting. t-t 11. wik..1. aximaieveL

Campaign draws to a close

JCCouncil opposes call
for Constitution convention

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan