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November 17, 1989 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-17

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ION CAMPUS

BAHM Kadima members
are collecting toys for a local
group for underprivileged
children. The toys will be
wrapped at a Chanukah par-
ty in the synagogue youth
lounge.
Kadima members will hold
a gym and swim at the
Jewish Community Center
Dec. 5. For required reserva-
tions, call Larry Weisler,
661-5014 or Matt Weinbaum,
335-4341.

Adat Shalom
To Hold Brunch

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual college
student brunch 11:30 a.m.
Nov. 24 at the ho me of Rabbi
Efry Spectre.
Adat Shalom college youth
will speak with Rabbis Spec-
tre and Elliot Pachter about
Jewish life after high school.
For reservations, call Rabbi
Spectre's secretary, 851-5100.

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JWV



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1 /4 lb lox, cut into 1/4-inch pieces
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1989

JWV Post
To Meet

Lansing's annual Jewish
Book Fair will be held 12:30-4
p.m. Nov. 19 at the Weinstein
Hillel Student Center.
There will be a variety of
books and recorded music of
Jewish interest available. All
proceeds will benefit MSU
Hillel.
For information, call Elaine
Garfield, 323.2055.

The Sol Yetz-Morris Cohen
Post and auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans, will meet
12:30 .p.m. Nov. 18 at the
Horn of Plenty Restaurant,
Greenfield and Twelve Mile
Road. All members and
friends are invited.

Ana
♦ American Heart
Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

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War Veterans
Hold Meeting

TEENS I

The Jewish War Veterans'
Charles Shapiro Post 510 will
hold a breakfast meeting 9
a.m. Nov. 19 at the Jewish
War Veterans' Memorial
Home.
For information, call Mary
Epstein, 559-2063; or Julius
Eisenberg, 255-7457.

El Al Contest
For Reform

New York — Seventh
graders attending a Reform
religious school program can
win a "Dream Week"in Israel
accompanied by two adults
courtesy of El Al Israel
Airlines, Moriah_ Hotels and
the Association of Reform
Zionists of America (ARZA).
The program is a contest
open to children celebrating
their Bar/Bat Mitzvah bet-
ween September 1989 and
December 1990, who compose
a 200-500 word essay on the
theme "My Dream Week in
Israel?'
Entries will be judged for
originality and creativity by
a committee representing the
three sponsoring organiza-
tions. Teachers must turn in
competing compositions by
March 31 to be eligible for
prizes. The first prize and
other winners will be an-
nounced in May.
For information, write
ARZA, 838 Fifth Avenue,
New York, N.Y. 10021.

"•"1 NEWS

11•••••

Bonds Having
A Record Year

Kadima Youth
Plan Programs

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Kadima youth group will hold
a raffle for a kosher turkey
dinner basket Nov. 19. 100
tickets will be sold. Those in-
terested may call the
religious school, 851-6880.
A used paperback sale in
the lobby of the synagogue
will be held Nov. 19. All pro-
ceeds will go to the youth
group to defray the cost of
trips.

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New York (JTA) — So far,
the year 5750 is looking up
for State of Israel Bonds. The
final totals of the recent
Rosh Hashanah-Yom
Kippur appeals have come
in, setting an unprecedented
record in subscription sales.
According to Sy Syms, na-
tional chairman of the Israel
Bond- Organization, $68.4
million worth of Israel
Bonds were sold in approx-
imately 250 communities
during the annual high holi-
day drive last month. -
That sales achievement
represents an increase of
close to $4 million over last
year's results, and a growth
from $59.8 million in 1987
and $54.5 million in 1986.
In Michigan, commitments
to purchase Bonds decreased
slightly compared to 1988,
but total purchases increas-
ed by almost $22,000, accor-
ding to Hershel Wais, direc-
tor of Israel Bonds of
Michigan.
As of Oct. 11, Wais's office
had received 880 com-
mitments totalling
$1,583,550, compared to 894
commitments for $1,561,750
in 1988.

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