How many bites
will Uncle Sam
take this year?
Don't let December 31
roll around without
taking steps to reduce
your tax bite.
BBYO Fall Conclave coordinators Eddie Rubin of Jolson AZA and Becca Berger
of Savage BBG present their comments at the final friendship circle Oct. 27 at
Camp Maas in Ortonville. The conclave featured programs on the Holocaust, dis-
abilities, building a Jewish community and working against prejudice.
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Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
Members of the Jewish War Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary took part in
Remembrance Day services Nov. 3 with the Jewish War Veterans of the Royal
Canadian Legion in Windsor. Shown are Balfour Branch President Izzy Si gal
and Member of Parliament Susan Whelan greeting Michigan State Commander
Robert Feldman, Auxiliary Department President Shirley Schlussel, Silverman
Auxiliary President Sandy Feldman and JWV member Jerry Schlussel.
The Jewish Community
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