THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 27, 1985
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also hold a yearly open house.
Yolanda enjoys serving fall har-
vest treats: apples, cider, carmel
corn and popcorn. She also in-
corpoates lots of sweets:
halavah, honey cake, donuts and
Most families love eating
meals in their succah. While
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there are no specific, traditional
Succot foods, many Michigan
families eat hearty soups and
NO SALES • NO GIMMICKS • NO PROMOTIONS
fall fruits and vegetables. Rabbi
Nelson explains why: "The min-
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ute the Succah goes up, it gets
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New York (JTA) — Mayor
Edward Koch denounced Black
Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan
as a "Nazi in a clerical collar"
and said he hoped Farrakhan's
scheduled rally at Madison
Square Garden on Oct. 7 does
not draw protest demonstrations
"so as not to give him even
The mayor noted that ecu-
menical services will take place
on Oct. 5 in New York marking
' a "national day of mourning" for
black South Africans and he
suggested that this forum be
used by leaders — especially
non-Jewish leaders — to speak
out against Farrakhan.
Koch, in other remarks, noted
that despite Farrakhan's anti-
Semitic preachings, he "has the
right to speak" at the rally.
Farrakhan, head of the
Chicago-based nation is Islam,
propelled himself into the na-
tional spotlight last year with
his association with Rev. Jesse
Jackson during the Democratic
Presidential primary campaign.
Later, Jackson dropped Far-
rakhan from the campaign.
But it was Farrakhan's anti-
Semitic, anti-Zionist diatribes
that drew much national atten-
tion, and particularly angered
the Jewish community.
Tel Aviv (JTA) — A home-
made bomb slightly injured a
woman in the main street of
Acre, north of Haifa, Monday.
Police detained about 20 sus-
In Jerusalem Sunday, a
booby-trapped vehicle was safely
dismantled in a street ix)• the
ultra-Orthodox Mea Shearim
Police have repeated their ap-
peal to the public to be on the
alert for suspicious-looking ob-
jects during the current holiday
Meanwhile, a curfew was im-
posed on A-Nabta township in
the Samaria district of the West
Bank after a gasoline bomb was
thrown at an Israeli Vehicle.
There were no injuries.
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to help people find solutions is why you run
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worked on are:
MOTION BY VICKI GOLDBAUM . . . For Israeli Day Parade,
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VICKI GOLDBAUM INITIATED . . . I-696 Impact Statement at
Federal Level For Orthodox Community.
VICKI GOLDBAUM VOTED FOR . . . Project ERUV INC. 'Resolu-
Unanimdus, Aug. 18, 1984
VOTE NOVEMBER 5, 1985
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