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October 01, 1993 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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No NEED TO WAIT FOR A
JEWELRY SALE.

Liquidation Sale Always at R.L. Grant & Associates

The following are just a sampling of
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Volunteers
Plan Assistance

Archives Seek
Names For JDC

The Volunteer Network of the
Jewish Federation Business
and Professional Women/
Women's Division has sched-
uled opportunities for volun-
teers to assist human service
agencies in the metropolitan
Detroit area.
On Oct. 10, volunteers will
assist during the Yad Ezra
Kosher Food Bank Community
Walk. Tasks include helping to
register participants, serving
refreshments, directing walk-
ers and assisting with the
Jewish Experience For Families
arts and crafts program.
Participants will meet at noon
at Camp Ruth, behind the
Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
The Volunteer Network will
celebrate autumn with JARC
at the Erwin Apple Orchards
Oct. 17. Participants will meet
12:30 p.m. at the Gilmore home.
Volunteers will help sort and
package clothes and house-
wares for new Americans at the
Resettlement Service
Warehouse Nov. 7. Participants
will carpool at 10:30 a.m. from
the Agency for Jewish
Education Building.
Other programs coming in
November and December in-
clude sorting food and packing
baskets for families in need at
the Baldwin Human Services
Center and visiting with pa-
tients at Sinai Hospital and
mothers and children at the
Help Against Violent
Encounters Now Counseling
Agency (HAVEN).
For information about up-
coming programs, or to become
involved with the Volunteer
Network, call Ellen Bean, 642-
9557 (no calls on Shabbat).

On the eve of the 80th anniver-
sary of the American-Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee,
the Jewish Community
Archives is looking for
Detroiters who have been
helped by the JDC in Europe,
Israel, Africa or elsewhere.
JDC, which is funded in part
by Detroit Allied Jewish
Campaign, is the major
American agency serving over-
seas Jewish communities at
risk. Since 1914, it has reached
out to millions of Jews in dis-
tress with programs of relief,
rescue, rehabilitation and
Jewish education.
Individuals who remember
benefiting from a JDC program
before emigrating to the United
States should call Sharon
Alterman, 642-4260.

Shalom Detroit
Offers Welcome

Shalom Detroit, the welcoming
committee of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit Women's Division, will
host newcomers to the Detroit
area for coffee and conversation
9:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 14 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center.
For reservations by Oct. 11
or for information, call Karen
Gordon, 6424260.

The first Jewish athletes in
America were prize fighters,
who learned boxing to de-
fend themselves in the
streets. Many went on to
become champions, as the
crowds yelled "Kill the
Kike" and "Hit the Hebe."

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Outgoing Allied Jewish Campaign chairmen Norman Pappas and Doreen
Hennelin, right, pass the mantle to 1994 chairmen Norman Katz and Florine
Mark Ross at a Campaign worker appreciation barbecue at the Hermelin
home.

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