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January 04, 1991 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-04

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feeding the few/sit Hungry

PROCLAMATION

TO THE DETROIT
JEWISH COMMUNITY

BUY A CASE OF FOOD!

Use this coupon to help feed the Jewish hungry. YAD EZRA
will use your donations to purchase cases of food and
distribute them to our neighbors in need.

MOM 11111M MINI -

MM MM

MOM - - - - - MEI

MARK AN "X" NEXT TO THE FOODS
YOU WISH TO BUY FOR THE HUNGRY

As stated by Maimonides, "IT IS A
POSITIVE COMMANDMENT IN THE
TORAH TO PLEAD AND CALL OUT TO
THE ALMIGHTY WHEN A CRISIS
BEFALLS THE JEWISH PEOPLE." Par-
ticularly in Israel today, we stand in
great danger. The Vaad Harabonim of
Detroit calls upon all Jews, men,
women and children, to join together
in an assembly for prayer and repen-
tance this coming Sunday evening,
January 6th, 7:30 p.m. at Congrega-
tion Dovid Ben Nochim, 14800 Lin-
coln, Oak Park, MI.

MAY WE BE SAVED AND
REDEEMED FROM OUR ENEMIES
AND TERRORISTS.

1 case 6.5 oz. chunk tuna in water
1 case peanut butter (creamy)
1 case Quaker oatmeal (18 oz.)
1 case thin spaghetti (16 oz.)
1 case Bisquick (40 oz.)
1 case Matzo Meal (12 oz.)
1 case Horowitz-Margaretan
soup mix in tubes (6 oz.)
❑ 1 case raw rice (1 lb.)









$25.00 case
$21.00 case
$35.00 case
$15.00 case
$26.85 case
$29.25 case

$13.75 case
$12.33 case

Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
case(s) of food as a tax deductible contri-
for
bution to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

Name

Address

City/State/Zip

Make checks payable to: YAD EZRA
and mail to: 15670 W. 10 Mile, Suite 107
Southfield, MI 48075

For more information, call (313) 557-FOOD (3663).

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SCHECHTER FAMIt Y Management

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1991

Ray Yeruchim Olshin, Shlita

Rosh Yeshiva, Beth Medrash Govoha
Lakewood, NJ
Tuesday, January 15 8:30 PM

at the home of
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Nusbaum
15041 Burton, Oak Park, MI

Guest Speaker

Rabbi Berel Wein, Shlita

Rosh Yeshiva Shaarei Torah
Rabbi Cong. Bais Torah, Suffern, NY
Master of Ceremonies
Mr. Gary H. Torgow
Chairman Sponsors Committee

Dr. Phillip Friedman
Hosts
Rabbi & Mrs. Dov Loketch Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Nusbaum Mrs. Sol Nusbaum

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YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME

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Reception

545-6677

Director

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COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS
17071 WEST 10 MILE ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48075
(313) 559-5005

LYNNE MASTER, M.Ed

NEWS

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Gets Results
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Call 354-6060

Children
Seek Help

Lod, Israel (JTA) — The
worldwide Chabad Lubavit-
ch organization is continu-
ing its mission to rescue
Jews — first and foremost
the children —from the area
around Chernobyl in the
Ukraine, where the nuclear
disaster took place in April
1986.
The 74 pale children who
slowly descended the stair-
case of Aeroflot Flight No.
SU 5515 direct from Moscow
on Nov. 6 were the second
group of Jewish children
from the Chernobyl area
brought to Israel for medical
treatment and new lives.
The first group, 196 Jew-
ish children age 5 to 15
brought by Agudas Chasidei
Chabad, the Israeli chapter
of the organization, came
here in August and settled
at Kfar Chabad, a religious
township some 15 miles
south of Tel Aviv, where a
special clinic was set up
under the direction of Dr.
Ze'ev Weshler, head of the
radiology division of
Hadassah Hospital.
After spending three mon-
ths in the Chabad village,
the veteran "Children of
Chernobyl" look and act like
any other Orthodox chil-
dren.
But although they feel fine
now, medical studies of the
children show that a high
percentage of them suffer
from internal disorders, in-
cluding thyroid glands
enlarged from absorption of
radioactive iodine, liver
deficiencies, skin diseases
and problems of the immune
system.

JI

Immigration
A Brain Trust

Sarasota Springs N.Y.
(JTA) — The influx of highly
educated Soviet profes-
sionals "will provide Israel
with a huge 'brain trust'
enabling it to develope
strong technological leader-
ship in the coming decade,"
according to Uri Gordon,
head of the World Zionist
Organization's Immigra-
tions and Absorption
Department.
Mr. Gordon was one of
many speakers who talked
about the impact on Israel of
mass Soviet aliyah at the
11th biennial convention of
the American Zionist Fed-
eration, held here during
December.
The AZF was founded in
1970 as the umbrella organ-
ization of the 16 Zionist
membership organizations
in the United States.

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