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September 29, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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YEAR IN REVIEW 5749 YEAR IN REVIEW

Young Israel of Southfield buried
a Torah damaged in the
Holocaust.

Blood testing drives for
Tay-Sachs disease and
bone marrow matching
were held throughout the
year.

Campaign...Community activist
Frieda Stollman dies at age
76...Local Arab dissent delays a
proposed business exchange bet-
ween Israel and Michigan.

OCTOBER

Jewish communal organiza-
tions and the Orthodox communi-
ty take opposing viewpoints on
Medicaid-funded abortions in
Michigan...Real estate developer
and past president of Temple

James Macy of the
Oakland County Food
Bank accepted a check
from Rabbi Schniper of
Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses.

Israel Leslie Schmier dies at age
74...Robert Steinberg is named
interim chief executive officer of
Sinai Hospital ...The Jewish
Community Center studies a $3
million enhancement proposal for
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building, including a swimming
pool ...Flint communal leader
Murray Moss dies at age 71.

NOVEMBER

Temple Emanu-El announces it

will open a satellite school in
West Bloomfield...Palestinian
students at Wayne State Univer-
sity mark the PLO's declaration
of "independence" with a campus
rally...Windows were broken at
the Jewish Vocational Service
and United Hebrew Schools, and
a delicatessen and a home were
daubed with Nazi symbols on the
50th anniversary of
Kristallnacht...Local leaders ask
for a continuation of philanthropy

in the wake of the "Who Is A
Jew" debate in Israel...

DECMEBER

Detroiter Mandell Berman,
president of the Council of Jewish
Federations, says the Diaspora
effort opposing the amending of
Israel's Law of Return will con-
tinue...The Lubavitch Foundation
of Michigan purchases 40.5 acres
of land adjacent to the Jewish
Communal Campus in West

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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