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Federation Slates
Annual Meeting

The Jewish Federation and the United Jewish Foundation of
Metropolitan Detroit will hold their annual meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
The meeting will reflect on the past year's accomplishments. It
also will present the election and installation of new officers and
board members, including Michael Horowitz as new Federation
president. Presiding will be Nancy Grosfeld, outgoing board
president, and Foundation President Douglas M. Etkin.
During the meeting, presentation of Federation's highest
honor, the Fred M. Butzel Memorial Award, will be given to Ed
Levy Jr. The award recognizes community members for distin-
guished community service.
To attend the meeting, register online at
jewishdetroit.org/annual meeting.

Yiddish Limerick

Reduce Cooling Costs:
• Place your air conditioner on the shady side of
the home. It works more efficiently there.
• Cook less and do not heat up the kitchen. Eat
more salads and lighter foods that do not require
the stove or oven to prepare.
• Keep storm windows and doors in place during
the summer months if you use air conditioning.
Just as they prevent heat loss, they also prevent
heat gain.
• Wear lighter, looser clothing in the summer.
• Insulate your attic and walls to hold in the
cooler air.
• Use box fans, ceiling fans and attic fans instead
of air conditioners.
• Do not place lamps or other heat sources near
the air-conditioner thermostat.

Thought On The Environment

He Prayed Well

"And God said: 'Let the waters swarm with
swarms of living creatures, and let fowl fly above
the earth in the open firmament of heaven."

Ehr hot goot gedavent*, shed a tear
Gefast** all day; oh, what a dear.
Ehr gayt a halm***

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

* Ehr hot goot gedavent — he prayed well
** Gefast — fasted
*** Ehr gayt a halm - he goes home

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Source: Michigan Coalition on the Environment & Jewish Lite

Rachel Kapen of West Bloomfield prepared this limerick in memory of

the late Martha Jo Fleischmann, longtime JN Yiddish limerick writer.

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JN CONTENTS

Sept. 9-15, 2010

1-7 Tishrei 5771

JEWISHNEWS

Vol. CXXXVIII, No. 6

Cover Story on page 12

Arts/Entertainment .... 43
Business
25
Family Focus
52
Food
40
Health & Fitness
40
Letters
6
Marketplace
58
Mazel Tov!
54
Metro
16
Obituaries
66
Opinion
37
Roundup
8

Columnists

Robert Sklar
Danny Raskin
Robin Schwartz

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Our JN Mission

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 continu-
ity. We desire to create and maintain a challenging, caring, enjoyable work environment that encourages creativity
and innovation. We acknowledge our role as a responsible, responsive member of the community. Being competi-
tive, 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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Professionals:

Shabbat, Holiday Lights

Spirituality
33
Staff Box / Phone List... 8
Synagogue List
34
To Do!/Calendar
48
To Do!/Crossword
51
Torah Portion
36
World/Israel
20

Engaging

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Rosh Hashanah 2: Thursday, Sept. 9, 8:36 p.m.

Shabbat: Friday, Sept. 10, 7:33 p.m.
Shabbat Ends: Saturday, Sept. 11, 8:32 p.m.*

EVERY FRIDAY

Shabbat/Yom Kippur: Friday, Sept. 17, 7:21 p.m.
Shabbat Ends: Saturday, Sept. 18, 8:20 p.m.*

* Times according to Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
calendar. Havdalah practices may vary.
Consult your rabbi.

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Young leaders' Israel mission participants.
Photo credit, Rachel Lachover
Page Page design, Deborah Schultz

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