MOSES SAW THE BURNING BUSH AND WAS
CERTAIN IT WAS A SIGN FROM ABOVE.
SEE ONE BURNING TODAYAND YOU CAN
ONLY BE SURE IT'S POLLUTION.
The Insight Social/Support
Group for visually challenged in-
dividuals, sponsored by the Jew-
ish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit in cooper-
ation with Sinai Hospital, will
take place on Wednesday, Oct.
25, at 1 p.m. at the JPM Jewish
For information, call Lorraine
Knowing what's wrong with society isn't as important as knowing how to make it right. Social Action Day promises
to help you do just that. A workshop and magic show will enlighten you and yOur children about the environment.
Speakers will inspire you to fight homelessness and abuse. Basically, from 1-4 pm, the more than 30 volunteer organizations
at the Maple/Drake Jewish Community Center will put you in
touch with the people and issues that need your
or a new children's book. So please, join
us on Sunday, October 29th. Because miracles do happen in
this day and age. This time, the one
responsible for them could be you.
The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary, in conjunction with
their 100th Anniversary Year,
will sponsor a Town Hall meet-
ing to spotlight the eight candi-
dates for the Southfield Common
Council seats on Nov. 7.
The public meeting will be
held on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 7:30
p.m. at the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Irving Keller,
national service officer for the
Jewish War Veterans, will act as
Refreshments will be served.
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Rabbi Reuven Hammer will
speak at the weekly Conserva-
tive Movement Torah and Lunch
program, Thursday, Oct. 19,
starting at 12:30 p.m. in the Max
M. Fisher Jewish Federation
building, 6735 Telegraph Road.
Lunch is available for a nominal
fee from noon and reservations
are requested. The study session
will focus on the first portion of
Genesis, parshat Bereshit. Rab-
bi Hammer has titled his com-
ments, 'The Snake in the Grass:
Legends of the Garden of Eden."
Dr. Hammer is this year's
Conservative Movement schol-
ar in residence. He will speak at
numerous events in the commu-
nity including each of the metro
Detroit Conservative congrega-
tions and will return to the Torah
and Lunch program on Thurs-
day, Nov. 9.
As dean of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary's Jerusalem
Campus and founding director
of the Seminary's Judaic studies,
Rabbi Hammer has supervised
the training of American, Israeli
and South American rabbinical
students. He has taught and lec-
tured around the world and has
published articles on both popu-
lar and scholarly topics in Eng-
lish and Hebrew.
For information or luncheon
reservations, call the Jewish The-
ological Seminary office. 258-
help most. And all you need to get in the door is a can of food
ALL OF ISRAEL IS RESPONSIBLE
FOR ONE ANOTHER.
To register, call
CO-SPONSORED BY: Social Action Committee Council,
Jewish Community Council, The Jewish News, and
The Jewish Community Center
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