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April 02, 1993 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-02

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THE TORAH EXCHANGE

An intriguing series of luncheon mini-conferences

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UNIQUE CONTEMPORARY ART

"I've come to the conclusion
that I've reached a point in
my political life where I've
contributed what I can."
Mr. Weizman comes from
one of the most illustrious
Jewish families of the pre-
state Palestinian yishuv.
His uncle was the Zionist
statesman Chaim Weiz-
mann, who became Israel's
first president.

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Thursday, April 15
12:15 PM

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WOOD DECK
WASHING
SEALING

Monday, April 19
12:30 PM

STEVE'S POWER WASH
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LONG TERM CARE

Student Trips
Set For Israel

The North American Aliyah
Movement (NAAM) and
Volunteers for Israel (VFI)
will co-sponsor two student
trips to Israel in the summer
of 1993. On May 30 or July 19
students and young adults
have the opportunity to em-
bark on a landmark program:
two weeks of touring and then
three weeks on an Israeli
military base as a civilian
volunteer.
Subsidized by both organi-
zations, this trip will give par-
ticipants the opportunity to
experience Israel in a unique
way: in-depth tours, meetings
with government and Jewish
Agency officials, seminars
and information sessions.
The second part of the pro-
gram is spent living, eating
and working side-by-side with
Israeli peers as a civilian
volunteer on a military base.
Since 1982, Volunteers for
Israel has sent thousands of
people to Israel to contribute
something important and
lasting to the welfare of the
State of Israel. Possible pro-
jects include helping to
prepare or repair equipment,
attending to grounds and
maintenance, packing medi-
cal or other field supplies,
painting, cooking or any of a
variety of other jobs that need
to be done. The three weeks
on the base also includes
tours, cultural events, pro-
grams, and Shabbat off the
base with home hospitality, if
desired.
Destination . . . Israel in-
cludes subsidized airfare from
New York with a six-month
open return ticket, all accom-
modations, two meals a day
on the tour, three on the base,
and all of the activities. The
price will be approximately
$1500 subject to minor
change depending on depar-
ture date.
Call Elizabeth Schack,
1-800-323-1474, est. 6988; or
212-339-6988, for information
and an application.

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Host Dr. Mark Schare

JEWISH ETHICS

Jewish News
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Host: Arthur Horowitz
S6.00 per person

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(no Hebrew background required)

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Tuesday, April 20
12:15 PM

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Wed., April 21
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Thursday, April 22
12:15 PM

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INSURANCE PROTECTION

TEXT: TALMUD, PIRKEI AVOT
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JUDAISM

Tuesday, April 27
12:15 PM

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Host Gary Shiffman

Henry Ford Hospital
Clara Ford Pavilion, Rm. 236
Host Dr. Steve Levine
$6.00 per person

Honingman, Miller, Schwartz,
& Cohn
2290 First National Bldg., Detroit
Hosts: Keith Braun, Judy Calton

Swanson, Torgow, & Lyons
511 E. Lamed,
Detroit
Host Gary Torgow

We buy them, sell them,
appraise them, clean them
repair them
and Love them!

All conferences allow a half hour for lunch,
followed by a 40 minute discussion or lecture
led by
Rabbi Avraham JacobovItz

In-Home & Office
Carpet Cleaning

Guest Lecturers: Rabbi Shmuel Irons, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg

(313) 399-2323

RSVP: call our office at 967-0888 no later than 10:30 am on the day of the conference.

Except where noted - No Charge

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