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September 11, 1992 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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DETROIT

NORMAN TODD

TRUNK
SHOW

Thurs., Sept. 10
10-8
Fri., Sept. 11
10-6
Sat., Sept. 12
10-5

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1992

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Detroit Community Aids
Andrew's Victims

KIMBERLY LIFTON

Staff Writer

I

t didn't matter to Temple
Emanu-El President Bea
Sacks that organizations
aiding victims of Hurricane
Andrew continually said
they did not need clothes.
She knew better.
And today, Temple
Emanu-El will begin collec-
ting clothing for hurricane
victims from its members,
boxed in categories — wo-
men, men, boys, girls.
The clothes, which must be
clean, in good condition,
boxed and categorized, will
be sent to the Jewish
Outreach Project, a social
service agency in South
Miami, which will distribute
the items to hurricane vic-
tims.
"Most people we called
said they didn't need
clothes," Mrs. Sacks said. "I
said, 'But what about in the
future? It seemed like they
all were just asking for
money. I wanted our temple
to do something practical."
Just weeks after Hur-
ricane Andrew devastated
Florida's southern coast,
area temples, synagogues
and Jewish fund-raising
organizations are eagerly
offering relief.
From Beth Shalom Syn-
agogue in Oak Park to Adat
Shalom Synagogue in Farm-
ington Hills, congregations
are mailing out requests for
use of winter condominiums,
donations of non-perishable
food items, hand-held can
openers, toothbrushes, paper
products, Pampers, toiletries,
flashlights, money plus more.

Congregations will mail
these items for their con-
gregants or provide shipping
addresses.
At Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield, members this
week are stocking a 10 ft. by
42-ft. van donated by
Stevens Worldwide Van
Line with non-perishable
food products and other ne-
cessities.
By Sunday, Temple Israel
officials hope to send the
products to the aid of hur-
ricane victims in Miami,
courtesy of a Stevens driver.
Temple Israel already has
raised an estimated $2,000,
from which products will be
purchased to send on the van
to Florida.
In addition, the Jewish
Community Council has col-
lected checks for the Miami
Jewish Federation Hur-

ricane Relief Fund totaling
more than $2,000. The JC-
Council will continue accep-
ting checks, or money can be
mailed directly to the Miami
Jewish Federation Hur-
ricane Relief Fund at 4200
Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL --
33137.
Other metro Detroiters are
sending donations directly to
organizations aiding the vic-
tims, including the Red
Cross, the Council of Jewish
Federations, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, j
Hadassah and Mazon.
The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit also 0
announced this week it
would serve as a collection
depot for funds for disaster
relief. Checks can be made to

It seemed like they
all were just
asking for money. I
wanted our temple
to do something
practical."

— Bea Sacks

the Jewish Federation and
earmarked for Hurricane )
Andrew. They may be mail-
ed to P.O. Box 2030, Bloom-
field Hills, MI 48303.
Funds will be forwarded
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations.
Donations can be mailed
as well to Mazon, Hadassah,
at 5030 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield, 48323 or
NCJW, University Section,
earmarked for Andrew at
P.O. Box 26097, Tamarac,
FL 33320. ❑

Pre-Selichot
At Shaarey Zedek



A buffet dinner and new
year celebration will be held
9:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek as a
prelude to the selichot ser-
vice. The evening will feature •
a musical production, An

Evening Wtih Sholom -
Aleichem, directed by Nancy

Gurwin.
The buffet and musical are
complimentary for Shaarey
Zedek members. Non- ---
members are invited to at-
tend at a charge. For reserva- . c
tions, call Irene Mellin,
357-5544. The service is open -
at no charge. The pre-Selichot
evening is sponsored by the
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club,
the Sisterhood, the Shaarey
Zedek Men's Club, Shaarey
Zedek Seniors and the Young
Adults of Shaarey Zedek.

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