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November 27, 1992 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-27

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CONTEMPORARY

• furniture
• lighting
• wall decor
• gifts
• silk florals
• interiors

Rabbi Rcuven Drucker

Committee
Rabbi Shmuel Irons
Rabbi Dovid Simcha
Rabbi Mordechai Wolmark

Young Israel of Greenfield

Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Young Israel of Southfield

Rabbi Avrohom Jacobovitz
Machon LTorah

Rabbi Don Loketch

Congregation Beth Jacob Mogain Abraham

Tzedakah Enhancement Project

15919 West Ten Mile Road



Suite 207

Southfield, Michigan

48075
(313) 424-8880 • Fax (313) 424-8882

File *

Date

BE IT KNOWN THAT WE HAVE EXAMINED THE

To celebrate our

DOCUMENTS

- 39th ANNIVERSARY

OF (NAME)

PERMANENT for



& We'll pay the Sales Tax!!

casual
living
modes

NAME OF INSTITUTION

ADDITIONAL REMARKS

The document offers proof of affiliation.

Project Will Register
Tzedakah Solicitors

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM ASSISTANT EDITOR

SuperSale

Special Sunday OPening (12-5 P.M.)

20%
OFF
Entire Stock

AM,

THE PURPOSE OF THESE FUNDS IS FOR: _ INSTITUTION _ INDIVIDUAL

ONLY THE ORIGINAL OF THIS DOCUMENT WITH THE APPROPRIATE SEAL IS VALID.

November 27, 28, 29

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AND HAVE FOUND THEM TO BE IN GOOD STANDING.

The Tzedakah Enhancement Project is reasonably sure that the information in this certificate is accurate.
and does not endorse any cause.
In the merit of the Mitzvah of Tzedakah, may you and your family be blessed with He, health, and happiness.

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Valentina

.

Authorized Signature

(We're located 1/2 mile south of 1-696 on Woodward Ave.)

Applegate Square
29799 Northwestern Hwy. • Southfield
354-4560

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0

DATE OF LAST DETROIT SOLICITATION -

544 1711 • 22961 WOODWARD • FERNDALE

Including
Sale

1

_

THIS CERTIFICATE IS VALID UNTIL -

For the best in contemporary home furninshings
and accessories for over 39 years!

741.144494

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_ REFERENCE

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we're offering special savings of

20% • 60% Off

_ IDENTIFICATION

1 /2 Down on Layaway!
Previous Sales Excluded!

Valentina Too

Harvard Row Mall
11 Mile & Lahser • Southfield
352-6801

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even Orthodox rabbis,
including the leaders
of four synagogues, are
supporting a new
organization responsible for
registering mishulochim
who solicit tzedakah in
metro Detroit.
In a letter mailed to
families throughout the
area, Rabbis Reuven
Drucker of Young Israel of
Greenfield, Elimelech Gold-
berg of Young Israel of
Southfield, Avrohom
Jacobovitz of Machon
L'Torah and Dov Loketch of
Congregation Beth Jacob
Mogain Abraham note that
"difficult financial times
have acutely affected so
many families and institu-
tions both here and in
Israel."
They say the new
Tzedakah Enhancement
Project actually will in-
crease charitable donations
because it will "provide our
congregations with the con-
fidence that the causes pre-
sented by individuals or in-
stitutions are worthy, so

that we may respond with a
meaningful contribution."
Through the Project,
mishulochim would be
interviewed by committee
members, then provided
with documents verifying of
with the organiza-
tion they represent.
The Tzedakah Enhance-
ment Project Committee
comprises Rabbi Mordechai
Wolmark, head of the
Merkaz, the laymen's
association of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis (Vaad
Harabonim), and Rabbis
Shmuel Irons and Dovid
Simcha of the Kollel.
The creation of the Project
follows a decision last month
by the Vaad not to register
mishulochim. That decision
was made out of concern of
possible embarrassment re-
questing a letter of approval
might cause to one soliciting
tzedakah.
Representatives of the
Merkaz and others have
suggested that the commun-
ity also needs to be pro-
tected. Jews are obligated to

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