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October 11, 2002 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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PLEASE JOIN US....

as we celebrate the
Twelfth Anniversary of

Yacl Ezra

"In times. of disaster, it's normal for
people to turn to God, but it should
be personal," she said. "Students can
be asked to observe a moment of
silence instead of reciting prayers in a
school setting."
She also takes a strong pro-life
stance. "I believe in right-to-life,"
Taub said. "I don't believe in abor-
tion, although I know it's legal in this
country. And I'm sorry that it has
become such a major issue in this
campaign."
Taub is a life member of National
Council of Jewish Women and a
member of Temple Kol Ami. She for-
merly taught Sunday school at Temple
Israel.
When asked if her Jewish identity
has influenced her political career,
Taub replied, "The issues I'm involved
with are not specifically Jewish, but I
subscribe to the Jewish philosophy of
taking care of our own; that's why the
welfare of children and seniors are
such priorities. I was taught that we're
put here on earth to help others."
."My goal has always been to leave a
place_ better than it was before," said
Taub, "and I know I've done that for
Oakland County in the 10 years I've
been there." ❑

the kosher food pantry
feeding hungry Jewish families

HONORING...

Norman ram,

Moncia9, October 21, 2002

Adat Shalom in Farmington Hills

Hors d'oeuvres 6:00 p.m. • Program 7:00 p.m.

Dinner to follow - Couyert $136.00 per adult

Deborah balkin

r j Ien Glen

Judy Kepes

Dinner Co-Chairpersons

Diane & Emery Klein

Fundraising Dinner Co-Chairpersons

Richard 51mtob Allan Sefton

Dinner Program Book Chairpersons

Scott Kaufman

Amy 5chlussel

YAD Liaisons to Dinner

DINNER SPONSORS TO DATE:

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Ronda & Ron Ferber
Gloria & Ed Meer

married her husband, Mickey, feels
her political beliefs reflect an overall
Jewish perspective. She says this is
shown by her concerns for social
issues and her desire to work for
increased funding for human services,
such as prescription coverage for sen-
iors, improvement of the mental
health system and job training for
welfare recipients.
"Because of Sept. 11 and the unrest
in the Middle East, a conservative
agenda is filtering down from
Washington to the state level,"
Weisberg said. "We're becoming more
militant, less willing to work together
to build coalitions and find solutions.
That's one of my core reasons for run-
ning, to help people realize that one
side or the other is not going to take
over, and that we have to find a mid-
dle ground."
"This is traditionally a moderate
district, and I want to continue that
tradition," she said. "I believe this dis-
trict tends to look at whether a candi-
date is moderate or conservative, as
opposed to whether he or she is a
Republican or a Democrat." ❑

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Madge & Bill Berman
Nancy & Stephen Grand
Barbara & Irving Nusbaum
Robert V. Schechter & Associates

Max Ernst
Amy & Mark Haimann
Pacific Life Foundation

Michigan allows an income tax credit for individuals equal to 50% of the amount of cash contributions
(subject to certain limitations) to organizations such as Yad Ezra that provide food or shelter to the indigent.
The fair market value of the dinner for tax purposes is $34.00 per person.

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