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May 22, 1992 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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WIN

I • A FULL-LENGTH MINK
• A FABULOUS CRUISE
• • A LAS VEGAS ADVENTURE

Secular Humanist

Continued from Page 7

WHY?

BECAUSE BRICKER-TUNIS
WANTS TO BE YOUR
FURRIER!

OUR FAMILIES HAVE OFFERED THE FINEST
FUR SERVICES FOR 76 YEARS. PLEASE BRING
IN YOUR VALUABLE FURS AND LEATHERS AND
ALLOW US TO SHOW YOU ONE OF THE FINEST
ON-PREMISE COLD STORAGE AND CLEANING
FACILITIES IN THE MIDWEST AND ENTER OUR
GRAND GIVEAWAY*

ARTHUR S. BRICKER

JOHN G. TUNIS

FAMILY PRIDE, QUALITY & COMMITMENT
SINCE 1916

MINK COAT
CHOICE OF A FULL-LENGTH
BLACK EMERALD
OR
MAHOGANY
MINK COAT
VALUED AT 9,000

*No Purchase Necessary

FANTASY CRUISE

LAS VEGAS

ROUND TRIP AIRFARE FOR 2,
TRANSFERS AND 3-DAYS
CRUISING THE CARIBBEAN
ON "THE FANTASY" THE
SHIP OF THE FUTURE!

AIRFARE AND 3 NIGHTS
ACCOMMODATIONS AT
THE SANDS HOTEL,
INCLUDING TRANSFERS TO
AND FROM HOTEL

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ewish Vocational Ser-
vice is joining the
ranks of homeowners
taking advantage of lower
interest rates.
The agency will seek
routine permission next
week from Southfield City
Council and the city's Econ-
omic Development Au-
thority to retire old bonds
and issue new ones financ-
ing the JVS headquarters
and workshop on Southfield
Road. The agency expects to
save $775,000 in interest
over the life of the bonds.
Southfield helped JVS
construct the $14 million
building by permitting the

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Associate Editor

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have come of age. We are no
longer on the periphery of
Jewish life. In numbers, in
vitality and as a spreading,
organized movement
throughout North America
(as well as Israel, Europe.<
South America and now the
former Soviet Union),
Secular-Humanistic Judaism
has become mainstream.
Tradition, in its broad,'
sense, is a common glue to
bond us together and with the
rest of the Jewish people. ❑

JVS To Save $775,000
With New Bond Rates

827-4050
• Employees of Bricker-Tiflis Furs & Hamilton, Miller Hudson & Fayne not eligible

Present this coupon at time of service

and emotion to coexist with
reason and create those
sweet, and yet, sometimes
sorrowful, life-fulfilling
moments and experiences of
Jewish living.
Humanistic modern values
have become integral to most
American Jewish lifestyles. It
has been written that "Jews
are not encountering modern
America; they are modern
America."
So it is with Secular-
Humanistic Judaism. We

Find It All In
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Call 354-5959

issuance of $5 million in
bonds in 1986. The bonds,
have an interest rate range',
of 5.5 - 9.5 percent, rising as
the bonds mature. With a 10--1
year life, the old bonds were
due to increase to 9 percent
this year.
Barbara Nurenberg, ex-
ecutive director of JVS, said
the new bonds will be for
$3.885 million over 15 years.
They will have an interest
rate of 3.8 - 6.5 percent.
She said the bonds also
help JVS by spreading the
costs over more years.
"When these things happen,
you have to grab 'em," she: \
said. "With the recession,
and fund-raising down for
United Way and the Allied
Jewish Campaign, you have
to do these things."

.



Immigrants Replenish
Israeli Forests

Biryia, Israel (JTA) —
Known for its pristine beau-
ty and clean mountain air,
Biriya Forest in Galilee has
traditionally been a favorite
recreation spot for nature-
lovers.
This year, however, the
first thing visitors to the
5,000-acre forest see is
destruction: Tens of
thousands of mature trees
lie dead, as if they were
discarded Popsicle sticks,
while hundreds of thousands
more have been severely
damaged.
Ironically, the winter's
heavy snowfall, which did so
much to replenish the
nation's endangered water
supply, has now put its
forests in danger. Snow and
sub-freezing temperatures
combined to uproot a million
trees throughout the coun-
try, predominantly in high-

altitude areas in the north<
and central regions.
Now, forestry profes-'
sionals, new immigrants and
youth volunteers are racing
the clock to clear away the
debris before it becomes this
summer's tinder.

At nearby Levy forest,
JNF has put to work more
than 1,000 youths during a
five-day working vacation.
Though they will spend the
majority of their time hiking
and playing, the teens also
will pitch in and help clear
away flammable twigs and
branches.

JNF, which currently
employs hundreds of new
immigrants in forestry, has
actively sought immigrant
workers since the 1950s,
Bunny Alexandroni, a JNF -\
information officer, points
out.

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