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February 12, 1988 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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Jewish News, J.E.F.F.
Join For Shalach Manos

A community-wide Shalach
Manos project that will
facilitate the giving of Purim-
inspired parcels of fruits and
sweets from long-time
residents to newcomers,
children to institutionalized
elderly and families to those
confined to their homes was
announced this week by
Jewish News Associate
Publisher Arthur M. Horwitz
and Jewish Experiences For
Families (J.E.F.F.) Coor-
dinator Harlene Appelman.
According to Horwitz and
Appelman, on Feb. 28, the
Sunday before Purim,
families throughout the
Jewish community will be
asked to drop off Shalach
Manos parcels as part of "The
Great Purim Parcel Project"
at any of three locations:
United Hebrew Schools on 12
Mile Road east of Lahser, the
Fresh Air Society offices at
the Jewish Community
Center at Maple and Drake
Roads in West Bloomfield and
the Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center on 10
Mile Road east of Greenfield.
With assistance from the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion and National Council of
Jewish Women, Horwitz and
Appelman said these parcels
will be distributed to Detroit
newcomers, as identified by
Shalom Detroit, recipients of
kosher Meals on Wheels and
residents of the Jewish Home
for Aged, Prentis Manor and
Fleischman Residence.
"In his instructions to the
Jews, Mordechai told them to
make Purim days of sending
portions one to another and
gifts to the poor," said Hor-
witz and Appelman. "With
the cooperation of several
local Jewish agencies and
volunteers, we believe we can
bring a taste of Purim, and a
feeling of friendship and
warmth to hundreds in our
midst who are often overlook-
ed at this festive time."
"The Great Purim Parcel
Project" is another in a series
of family-oriented events and
activities sponsored jointly by
The Jewish News' L'Chayim
section and J.E.F.F., a division
within Fresh Air Society.
Previous events have includ-
ed a pre-Rosh Hashana and
Honey holiday festival, a
Thvathon naturefest at Camp
Maas, a community-wide
Havdalah service and
celebration with star gazing
at the Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center and
Chanukah Inside Out, a
community-wide Chanukah
celebration at the Tamarack
Adventure Center that

benefitted the Food Bank of
Oakland County.
The February edition of
L'Chayim, along with adver-
tisements in The Jewish
News, will contain additional
- details of the Purim project.

ADL Fellows

Host Reception

More than 100 works by
Marc Chagall illustrating the
Bible and created between
1931 and 1939 are the subject
of a special exhibit at Park
West Gallery being opened to
members of the Anti-
Defamation League's Society
of Fellows. A wine and cheese
reception will be held 7 p.m.
Monday. Gallery staff will lec-
ture on Chagall and his work.
Co-Chaired by George M.
Nyman and Nancy Jacobson,
ADL's Society of Fellows
chairs, the event is limited to
members of the Society.
Reservations are mandatory.
ADL's Society of Fellows is
made up of supporters of the
ADL according to categories
of support. There will be no
solicitations at the event,
which is a means of thanking
members for their support.

NEWS

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Decision Due
In Taba Dispute

Geneva — The interna-
tional arbitration panel on
Taba was scheduled to receive
the final written arguments
by Israel and Egypt in their
dispute over ownership of the
tiny strip of beach on the Red
Sea near the Israeli city of
Eilat.
The tribunal is also
scheduled to visit the Taba
area and to hear oral argu-
ments before presenting its
decision. Efforts continued
last week to persuade both
countries to reach a com-
promise agreement before the
dispute goes to binding ar-
bitration.
Pierre Bellet, the French
arbitrator, actin _ g as con-
ciliator, met in Paris with
Robert Sabel, legal adviser to
the Israeli Foreign Ministry,
and Nabil El-Arabi, Egypt's
ambassador to the United Na-
tions in Geneva, who repre-
sents his country in the ar-
bitration proceedings.
Israel and Egypt each have
presented about 200 pages of
legal arguments to support
their respective cases.

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