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October 07, 1988 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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Susan Weingarden
851.0552

Personalized poems for all occasions
There's no end to my creations

birthday celebrations

candle lighting recitations

Bar Mitzvahs & confirmations
anniversary elaborations
advertising communications
toast preparations

wedding congratulations

holiday jubilations
creative invitations
roast exaggerations

THE MAN WHO
SHOPS AT
FRANK MENDAL'S
IN WINDSOR

I NEWS I

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS

GREATER DETROIT CHAPTER

PRESENTS

PROS AND CONS OF PROPOSAL A:
A PANEL DISCUSSION ON STATE FUNDING OF ABORTIONS

PANELISTS:

IN FAVOR OF STATE FUNDING:

AGAINST STATE FUNDING:

Jeanne Korsch
National Council of Jewish Women
Business and Professional Division

Diane Fagelman
Registered Nurse, Member Committee
to End Tax Funded Abortions

Rabbi Paul Yedwab
Temple Israel, West Bloomfield

Rabbi Eli Malech
Young Israel of Southfield

MODERATOR

ROBERT I. BROWN
Attorney-Schlussel, Lifton
Board of Directors, American Jewish Congress

AUDITORIUM (WEST ENTRANCE)
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21550 WEST 12 MILE ROAD
SOUTHFIELD

FREE ADMISSION
COFFEE WILL BE PROVIDED

FOR MORE INFORMATION
CALL: 557-6472

Imagine if you had to ask for blood to save the life of someone you love.
Next time the American Red Cross asks, give blood, please.

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

American
Red Cross

THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM

THE SAMUEL MENDEL MELTON CENTRE
FOR JEWISH EDUCATION IN THE DIASPORA

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HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

A CONFERENCE ON
THE TEACHING OF JEWISH SOURCES
IN THE SCHOOL — ACCORDING TO
THE JEWISH VALUES APPROACH

OCTOBER 9-11, 1988

at Hillel Day School

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Jerusalem — Dr. Jonathan
Halevy has been appointed
director-general of Shaare
Zedek Medical Center.
In the army, where he holds
the rank of major, he was com-
mander of a field hospital
with surgical unit. He studied
at the Yale Medical School. In

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1988
11:00 AM

"Please, my little girl
needs blood'.'

DEFINITIVE

SZ Hospital
Picks Director

Sponsored by:

THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
MELTON CENTRE FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
IN THE DIASPORA

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Dr. Jonathan Halevy

1980, he was a visiting
research fellow in the
nephrology section and again
in 1983-1985 when he was the
Fogerty International Fellow
at Yale's School of Medicine.
Dr. Halevy was graduated
summa cum laude from Tel
Aviv University's Sackler
School of Medicine and rose to
chief physician in the internal
medicine department of a Tel
Aviv hospital. He also has
won the Greater Boston
Medical Society's Maimoni-
de s Award.

Bonds Pass
$9 Billion

New York — Sales of State
of Israel Bonds have passed
the $9 billion figure in cash,
announced David B.
Hermelin of Detroit, interna-
tional campaign chairman of
the Bond organization.
Of the $9 billion in Israel
government securities pur-
chased by Jewish and non-
Jewish individuals and in-
stitutions during the past 37
years, more than $5 billion
has been repaid by the
government of Israel.

Rain Fells

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Perhaps - in
answer to the traditional
prayer for rain, the first
showers of the season fell in
Israel on Siinchat Tbrah.
They dampened the tradi-
tional outdoor dancing with
Tbrah scrolls and sent the
traffic accident rate soaring.
There was heavy flooding in
some outlying, areas.

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