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January 04, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 4, 1985

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Departs every Saturday — 11:35 a.m.

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12/29/84 - 1/ 5/85

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1 / 5/85 - 1 /19/85

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$10995
39995

$119$5
$9995

Rates vary from 57995-4 119'5 de-
pending on departure date and
fare requirements.


1 /26/85 - 2/ 9/85

5 8995

$9995

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5 9995

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$11995

3/ 9/85 - 3/16/85

$109"

$119"

$12995

3/16/85 - 4/ 6/85

$9995

$10995

$11995

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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will have a business meet-
ing noon Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room. A petite
luncheon will be served by Ida
Frankel and Minnie Levy, social
chairmen.

Via: Republic DC-9

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Program open
for displaced
homemakers

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departure date andlfare restrictions.

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Departs Every Saturday —10:30 a.m.

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B-747 Service

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Includes: Round trip airfare via National Airlines
B747, meals, beverage enroute. Accommodations
for 7 nights aboard S/S Veracruz. 4-5 meals per
day. 3 Great ports. Add 10% for all taxes & tips.

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90

Per
Person

*All rates are one way (except cruise), based on round trip purchase. Add $4.00 each way ($8.00
total) for taxes. First class seating available on all flights at additional charge. Add $30.00 each
way for 2 week stays. Special Arrangements for groups.

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Travel Corporation

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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/Naamat, will
hold a Histadrut mini-luncheon
at noon Jan. 14 in the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park. A movie about Israel will be
shown. Prospective members and
guests are invited.

All Flights Depart Saturday Morning/Afternoon

WEST PALM BEACH

FOR WOMEN

Charters

Through a grant from the
Michigan Department of Labor,
Office of Women and Work,
Jewish Vocational Service and
Community Workshop, a non-
sectarian agency, announces the
fourth year of a displaced
homemaker program for indi-
viduals from Wayne and Oakland
counties.
Displaced homemakers are
women who, through divorce,
separation, widowhood or disabil-
ity of spouse, have lost their
source of economic support. After
spending a substantial number of
years in the home caring for fam-
ily members, displaced
homemakers find returning to the
job market a difficult transition.
This special on-going program
offers vocational assessment,
vocational counseling, job seeking
skills and job placement assis-
tance. Women who need to be-
come financially self-sufficient,
who need help in entering the job
market after many years in the _
home, are invited to apply to
Jewish Vocational Service.
Eligibility is based on marital
and employment status. There
are no income guidelines.
Interest applicants should call
Sherri Lumberg or Rita Morse at
Jewish Vocational Service and
Community Workshop, 967-0500.
New groups will start on: Mon-
day, Jan. 28, Feb. 18 and March
11.

JWF program
on finances set

The Business and Professional
Women's Committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Young Adult Division will spon-
sor "Financial Planning for the
'80s Woman: Married, Single and
Divorced" 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 at the
Colony Park Apartments
clubhouse in Southfield.
The program will feature Gail
McCracken, second vice president
of personal financial services at
Manufacturers National Bank of
Detroit. There is a charge and
reservations are recommended.
For information, contact the
JWF Young Adult divisidn, 965-
3939.

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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAI
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mild
area) will meet at 3:15
Saturday in the home of Mrs
Benzion Stein, 23061 Gardner,
Rabbi Stein will speak.

NORTHWEST CHILD RE.
SCUE WOMEN will have ar,
open board meeting on Thursday
at 11:30 a.m. at the Laurel Woods
Apts. club house.

HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women/ Naamat, will have its
annual meeting Tuesday at 12:30
p.m. in the home of Mrs. Elsie
Harold, 22701 Essex Way, Apt.
634, Southfield. Her co-hostess
will be Mrs. Lillian Meyers. Rabb.
Allan Blustein, chaplain it
charge of pastoral care at Sina
Hospital, will be the speaker,
Rabbi Blustein will speak or
"Women in Jewish History."

NEWS

Greek court
equates sect
with Judaism

Athens (JTA) — The Gre,
Jewish community is angered a
disturbed over a ruling by a cm,
in Candia, Crete, that t
Jehovah's Witnesses, a Christi,
sect, bears a close resemblance
Judaism and is part of a Zior.
conspiracy to rule the world fn.
Jerusalem.
Joseph Lovinger, president
the Central Board of Jewi
Communities in Greece, an
filiate of the World Jewish Co
gress (WJC), denounced the 11
ing as "sheer nonsense" a
warned that it would be seiz ,
upon by reactionary elements 1
vile propaganda purposes.
Israel Singer, executive dirt
for of the WJC, expressed con,
dente that the bizarre opinion e
pressed by the court does not r
fleet the personal or politi
views of Prime Minister Andr
Papandreou with whom he
discussed Greek-Jewish re
tions.
The court in Candia uphel,
claim by the Greek Orthod
Church that the Jehovah's W
nesses do not constitute a religi
but is "an organization close'
Judaism aiming at the creation
the world Zionist empire wi
Jerusalem as its center."
The court acted on a petition,
the Holy Archdiocese of C7
seeking to block formal recog7
tion of the establishment of
"Christian Church of Jehova-
Witnesses of Crete."
The court cited the purport
beliefs of the Jehovah's W
nesses, drawn from the Old T,
tament prophet Ezekiel, to oh,
that the sect seeks a "theocre,
Zionist state" in which "SOME
them will be appointed as gov
nors of the most important ar,
of the world and that the ruler
Jerusalem will be issuing dir ,
tions concerning world affairs.

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