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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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PLEASE JOIN US...

as we celebrate the Thirteenth Anniversary of

yaj

zra

the kosher food pantry feeding hungry Jewish families

HONORING...

er and

eat.

Wednesday, October 21, 2002

Adat Shalom in Farmington Hills

HORS D'OEUVRES 6:00 P.M.

PROGRAM 7:00 P.M.

Dinner to follow - Couvert $150.00 per adult

J udy Kepes bar-6ra Wallace

Dinner Arrangements Co-Chairpersons

Sharon Lipton Alan Yost

Dinner Fundraising Co-Chairpersons

Richard 51mtob Allan Sefton

Dinner Program Book Chairpersons

Brian 5atovslc..9 Amy S chlussel

YAD Liaisons to Dinner

SPECIAL THANKS * TO...

BUSINESS DINNER SPONSORS:

FINKEL ROTH GROUP

stones had been thrown through a win-
dow and there were words written with
orange paint, but they were not legible."
Cantor Dubov said he hoped the
incident was not anti-Semitic, but it was
still an unfortunate defacement of his
synagogue. He contacted the
Bloomfield Township Police
Department, where a police report was
filed for malicious destruction of prop-
erty. The broken window was boarded
up by the end of the day, with arrange-
ments being made for removal of the
paint. ❑

PARTNERS OF ZALENKO

SCHECHTER FINANCIAL GROUP

&

ASSOCIATES,

PC

DINNER SPONSORS:

feedirg ttlr JewIs* Hofgry

*As of August 28, 2003

MARCIA & EUGENE APPLEBAUM MADGE & MANDELL BERMAN RONDA & RON FERBER
NANCY & STEPHEN GRAND
AMY & MARK HAIMANN
GLORIA & ED MEER
NUSBAUM FAMILY FOUNDATION
RAVITZ 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.

FOR INFORMATION OR RESERVATIONS, CALL 248-548-3663

757570

— Shelli Liebman Dorfman,
staff writer

Israel Insight

THE IsstrE

An annual survey of Israel's military
strength, released this week by Tel
Aviv University's Jaffee Center for
Strategic Studies, reported that
Israel is at its greatest advantage
ever over its Arab neighbors with
regard to conventional weaponry
and quality of trained and commit-
ted personnel. The survey did warn
about other threats to the Jewish
State.

ARE EVEN SWEETER

WHEN SERVED

WITH VERSACE.

BEHIND THE ISSUE

The Jaffee Center survey recom-
mended that Israel put more
emphasis on combating terrorism,
n. especially homicide bombers, and
the threat of non-conventional
weapons. It warned that Al Qaeda
is targeting Israel, and argued that
more resources would be needed to

deal with these threats.
--- Allan Gale, Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit



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