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October 13, 1995 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-13

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ITS ABSOLUTELY TRUE .. .

CANTOR LOUIS KLEIN

is

RETIRING

from

Congregation B'nai MOshe

Join Us As We Honor Cantor Klein's
37 Years of Dedicated Service

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st
Shabbat Service

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22nd
Gala Retirement Dinner

9:00 a.m.
Guest Speaker: Reuven Hammer
Conversative Movement Scholar in Residence

$150 Convert

5:30 p.m. Cocktails • Program • Dinner

Black Tie Optional

R.S.V.P. (810) 788-0600

Congregation B'nai Moshe • 6800 Drake Road • West Bloomfield, Michigan 48322

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CALLIGRAPHY SUITES

October 20 - November 30

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garbage tomorrow. reuse
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can compensate for the loss in
federal dollars and, although JFA
residents have been told they will
not be forced out onto the streets,
concerns among many of the
aged abound.
In recent months, Ms. Mantel,
Ms. Goldstein, Ms. Adaskin and
their JFA neighbors have lobbied
against reducing HUD subsidies.
They have written letters and
last month five seniors with two
JFA staff members took a tip to
Lansing to participate in Public
Policy Day.
Sponsored by the Michigan
Association of Homes and Ser-
vices for the Aging, the forum dis-
cussed the seniors' dilemma and
allowed them to express their
views.
Representatives of JFA at
Public Policy Day included resi-
dents Faye Bloom, Hy Schecter,
Iry Adelman, Sylvia Foxman,
Ellen Magar and staff members
Donna Weinstein and Abu Ra-
madan.
"This is a shtetl and these folks
are very politically involved," says
Ms. Friedman. "These are not
passive older people." 0

Aid Sought
For St. Thomas

The Jewish Federation is ac-
cepting financial contributions to
aid Hurricane Marilyn victims of
St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.
Donations should be made out
to "Hurricane Relief: Virgin Is-
lands" and sent to the attention
of D.J. Kucharski of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan De-
troit.
All contributions will be for-
warded by the Jewish Federation
to the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions (CJF), which is coordinat-
ing the relief efforts.
About 80 percent of the homes
on the island were either de-
stroyed or damaged. More than
half of the island's residents, in-
cluding 400 Jewish families, are
now homeless.
The island's 200-year-old Unit-
ed Hebrew Synagogue, believed
to be the oldest synagogue in con-
tinuous use under the U.S. flag,
was not destroyed. However, its
religious school was badly dam-
aged and its social hall was de-
stroyed.
Recently, the CJF sent med-
ical supplies, electrical genera-
tors and non-perishable food
items to aid in the relief efforts.
Plans are under way to provide
additional supplies, counseling
by social workers and financial
assistance loans to individuals.
For details, call D.J. Kuchars-
ki at the Jewish Federation, (810)
642-4260.

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