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Letters

Your health is compromised by stress.
Their lives are challenged by cancer.

You can help each other.

United America
I do not know how the long-term
results of this election will play out
politically, but I do feel that the new
majority of Americans reject a society
that is mean spirited, self-serving and
insensitive.
They want an environment where
people care about each other. E
Pluribus Unum — Out of Many, One.

The remarkable children of Kids Kicking Cancer
want to share the secrets of martial arts breathing,
meditation and focus beyond stress. They also want
to know that there is a purpose in their young lives.
Together with the founder of the program, a Rabbi
and blackbelt who lost his first child to leukemia,
you will learn and be inspired to use very simple
tools that will help preserve your health.

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Robert Mondor

West Bloomfield

of participants

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November 19, 2008
7:00 - 8:30 pm

Night Of Pogroms
Thank you for your wonderful article
on Kristallnacht ("Recalling the horror
of the 'Night of Broken Glass' 70 years
ago," Nov. 6, page Al 1).
Readers might be interested in
the work being done in Hameln,
Deutschland (Hamelin, Germany,
in English, site of the Pied Piper
legend), where they are working to
rebuild the synagogue destroyed
on Kristallnacht. Rachel Dohme,
chair of the Jewish Congregation of
Hamelin advises that in Germany they
now prefer the term Pogromnacht,
Night of Pogroms because
Kristallnacht is too pretty a word.

Karen Rosenstein

Judaic services coordinator, JARC

Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 -'.-

Farmington Hills

Power Peace Purpose

Accept Christian Support
I agree with syndicated columnist
Mona Chapen in your Editor's Letter
("Insights Into Israel," Nov. 6;page A5)
and feel Jews should embrace the love
Israel has from evangelical and other
conservative Christians. A majority
of their support stems from shared
political ideology rather than theology.
If some Christians advocate for Israel
because of theology, so what? Israel
needs their voices now We can worry
about any religious agenda when
Moshiach comes.
Jews should be more concerned
about the Christians who belong
to more liberal denominations that
continue to clamor for divestment
from companies that do business with
Israel.

MC - Lila Lazarus, Fox 2 News President, Kids Kicking nicer •

Adults and children over the age of: 6. $10 per person or $2() per family.

Call Kids Kicking Cancer at 313-557-0021.

Corrections
The "We Were Lucky" item about
Kristallnacht (Nov. 6, page Al2)
contained an error. The second
paragraph should have stated: "On
Kristallnacht, 'we heard broken glass
from a Jewish home being ransacked
by Nazi hordes."' Also, in the main
"Kristallnacht" story (page Al 1), the
name of Holocaust Memorial Center
CEO Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig was
misspelled.

ECO
Judaism

Conservation Tips
Reduce Heating Costs

• Turn your thermostat down 2
degrees in winter. For every 2°F
you lower your thermostat, you
save 2 percent on your heating
bill. Be sure to lower the ther-
mostat at the end of the day. A
programmable thermostat can
be set to do this for you.
• Lower the thermostat sev-
eral degrees when entertain-
ing three or more guests. The
combined body heat will keep
everyone warm.
• Whenever possible, heat
your body, not your house.
Use heavy quilts on your bed.
Wear sweaters and warm socks
around your house.
• Keep closet doors closed.
• In summer, heat-producing
fixtures and appliances may
cause your thermostat to keep
your home uncomfortably cool.
• Place lamps, TV, etc., at least
3 feet from the thermostat.

Contact Michigan Coalition on
the Environment & Jewish Life
for global warming presenta-
tions: (248) 642-5393, ext. 7,
or mi-coejl@jfmd.org .

Lee L. Schostak

Beverly Hills

Lois P. Cohn

JN

DETROIT



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The Jewish News aspires to communicate news and opinion that's useful, engaging, enjoyable and
unique. It strives to reflect the full range of diverse viewpoints while also advocating positions that
strengthen Jewish unity and continuity. We desire to create and maintain a challenging, caring, enjoy-
able work environment that encourages creativity and innovation. We acknowledge our role as a
responsible, responsive member of the community. Being competitive, we must always strive to be the
most respected, outstanding Jewish community publication in the nation. Our rewards are informed,
educated readers, very satisfied advertisers, contented employees and profitable growth.

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