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Front Lines

NOTEBOOK

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Voices For Israel

This Week

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The video, set to a montage of uplifting con-
in the Sbarro restaurant bombing in Jerusalem.
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temporary images of Israel, was created as a gift
"Chazak Arnenu," which Schreiber helped write,
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It "reflects timeless images and emotion:' said
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Jordan Gorfinkel, who produced the CD and
Voices For Israel is being embraced over and over
created the idea for the song "Chazak Amenu,"
again at times when the Jewish people need corn-
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Jewish music stars, including Avy Schreiber
The Voices For Israel CD is available at area
of Southfield and former Detroiter Michael
Judaica stores; by calling (212) 685-5223; e-mail-
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ing info@voicesforisrael.org ; or accessing the Web site at: www.voices-
Voices For Israel, a compilation of contemporary English and
forisrael.org and clicking the link to purchase.
Hebrew songs on themes of Israel, Jewish unity and the hope for
To watch the music video, go to: http://www.voicesforisrael.org/
peace, is a fundraising project created to help victims of terror in
chazak/video.html
Israelit is sponsored by private funds and the One Family Israel
Emergency Solidarity Fund.
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JCC Adds More B-Ball Tryouts

Mail For Chanukah

A call from a parent alerted the Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield that tryouts for the Kenny Goldman Basketball League
were scheduled on Sunday, Oct. 8, the second day of Sukkot.
More than 650 kids ages 6-16 comprise the league, and about a
dozen of them are Orthodox or otherwise observant of Sukkot, said
Bruce Wineman, JCC sports and recreation director.
Tryouts still will be held Oct. 8 with an additional tryout added at
6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9.
The tryouts place the children in six brackets for boys ages 6 and
younger, and ages 16 and younger, for the season that runs from Oct. 8
to Dec. 17. Girls are in one bracket, ages 14 and younger.
Wineman said tryouts probably won't be needed in most cases. "We
already know most of the kids," he said. "After seeing them play, we
can place them."

Beginning next week, area post offices should begin offering a
stamp created to celebrate Chanukah.
The dreidel stamp, created in 2004 and used in 2005, will be
revalued for the current 39-cent postal rate.
If a post office does not have the stamp in stock by Oct. 15,
Ronald Scheiman, founder of the Quest for Annual Hanukkah
Stamps, suggests sending an e-mail to the postmaster general at
pmgceo@email.usps.gov, and a copy to Scheiman at hanukkah@
myspeedworks.com ."
Scheiman, a retired postal employee living in Florida, also sug-
gests: "Buy extra Chanukah stamps and use them even past the
holiday season. Let us show the United States Post Office that there
is a demand for the Chanukah stamp."
And he added,
"If your local post
office puts up a
Christmas display,
insist that they put
up a Chanukah
menorah, without
a Star of David on
it, as well. If the
postmaster or any
supervisor tells
you a menorah is
not an accepted
decoration, tell him
to look in the Post
Office Operations
Manual, section
124.55,e and
124.57,c."
These entries,
which Scheiman
was instrumental in having changed, states that a Chanukah meno-
rah is an acceptable seasonal display.

- Harry Kirsbaum, staff writer

Traveling Sukkot Services

Congregation B'nai Moshe will be celebrating Simchat Torah this year
not in the synagogue, but at four different locations on the Eugene and
Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus in West Bloomfield
— all as an outreach to the Jewish elderly in the community.
Rabbi Elliot Pachter and Cantor Earl Berris will lead the traveling
service that will begin at 6:15 p.m. Oct. 14 with singing at Fleischman
Residence, followed by Minchah services and a Torah celebration
at 6:30 p.m. at Danto. From 7-7:45 p.m., the group will move to
Hechtman Apartments for Ma'ariv, haka-
fot and a snack. From 8-8:45 p.m. at Meer
Apartments, the clergy will conclude the
hakafot, do Torah reading and enjoy a
snack. Singing, dancing and the joyous cel-
ebration will be spread through the evening.
The traveling services are open to the
community, and provide service for those
not able to attend a synagogue. Families of
residents are encouraged to join the fun. All
the facilities are within walking distance.
For more information, call B'nai Moshein
West Bloomfield, (248) 788-0600.

Rabbi Pachter and

Cantor Berris

- Keri Guten Cohen, story development editor

- Shelli Liebman Dorfman, staff writer

What TO DO?

Looking for something fun
to do this weekend? Need an
uplifting lecture or a place to
volunteer? Check our online
calendar daily for ideas.
Just click on To Do! on the
menu on the left.

JBlog

Jeff Klein offers his
Perspectives on everything
from dating to this week's
Games People Play. Always
thoughtful, often provocative.
Or perhaps you'd rather read
about the adventures of Laurie
Freeman's China Punim?
Only at JNonline.us. Just
click on JBloq on the menu on
the left.

Latest From Israel

Want the most current news
from Israel? Check our stream-
ing news from Ynetnews.com
for continuous updates and
longer news, opinion and fea-
ture stories.
Just visit JNonline.us and
click on a scrolling story on
the left.

Web Extras

Here's your chance to get
ahead of the printed issue of
the JN. In this spot look for
stories that deal with breaking
local, national and interna-
tional news.
Just visit JNonline.us and
click on Web Extras on the
left.

Poll Results:

Will you build a sukkah this
year for Sukkot?
Yes? 43%
No? 57%

This week's question:
After the fighting in Gaza
and in Lebanon this summer,
do you think Israel's land for
peace policy is dead?
Visit the JNonline.us home-
page to cast your vote.

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