Hanukah Festival Program Listed .Wancy Cohen Weds Histadrut Honors Its Volunteers;
Israel Faces Internal Crisis
by Israel Bonds to Close Campaign Rabbi Harold Ilahfi Told
Histadrut volunteers and their from Mrs. Adele Mondry, Hista-
Michael Baum, 10, son of Mr.
A program has been completed
for the Israel Hanukah festival and Mrs. Henry Baum,. 18410
this Sunday, 8 p.m., in the Foun- Wisconsin, a pupil of Yeshiva
tain Room of Masonic Temple, Beth Yehudah, will chant the
blessings over the Hanukah can-
the Detroit Is-
rael Bond Com-
The affair will include refresh-
ments and Israeli wine which
will be included in the $1 per
M. Elliman is
person charge. Everybody is wel-
come. For reservations call DI
1-5707, or tickets can be obtain-
ed at the door on Sunday night.
The festival will culminate the
the 1962 Israel
BIG DAY year-end cash collec-
tion effort when volunteers will
seek to convert Israel Bond
pledges into cash. The volunteers
will gather at the Israel Bond
of the Israel
office at 9:30 a.m. Sunday for a
breakfast to be followed by their
contacting Israel Bond purchas-
will be the
The . . musical portion of the Home for Alcoholics
program will be presented by
Netania .Davrath, lyric, soprano to Bear Name of 1st
of the Opera-. Company, Friend; Sarah Klein
who sings in eight languages.
A rescue and rehabilitation
Born in _Russia, she emigrated center is being planned for alco-
with her family to Israel in 1948, holic men.
where she won scholarships en-
The facility will bear the
abling her to complete her mu- name of Mrs. Sarah Klein, who
- sic-al studies at Jerusalem's Ru- founded Detroit's first Alcohol-
bin's Academy of Music. Win- ics Anonymous chapter 24 years
ning the American Israel Cul-
tural Foundation prize for sing- ago.
The Sarah Klein Friendship
ers in 1958 brought her to New Home will be staffed by mem-
'York to study with Jennie Tou- bers of AA, doctors and nurses,
• rel and Madame Freshl at the although the fund-raising is not
Julliard School of Music. Since identified as an AA project.
then she has appeared as solo-
Citing the need for such a
ist with the Israel Philharmonic,
London Symphony, Israel Broad- service, Luke Leonard, spokes-
casting Orchestra, Winer Staats man for Alcoholics Anonymous
here, said there are 100,000 al-
Opera and others.
coholics in Metropolitan Detroit.
Rabbi Isaac Stollman, presi-
The beginning of Detroit's
dent of the Detroit Council of chapter started in a third-floor
Orthodox Rabbis, former presi- walkup on Kirby, between Cass
dent of national Mizrachi, will and Second, when Mrs. Klein
introduce Rabbi Goren.
and an impoverished alcoholic
Phillip Stollman, chairman of
the first meeting. There are
the Detroit Congregational and held
more than 120 chapters
High Holy Day Council, and here, and
some 80 meetings are
Rabbi Goren will present cere- held weekly
at c h u r c h e s,
monial gavels made in Israel of
olive wood from the ancient YMCAs
Mrs. Klein served the organ-
groves in the hills of Judea ization
she founded as librarian,
above Jerusalem, to the congre- dishwasher
and cook, although
gations which led in this year's she could not
Israel Bond High Holy Day Ap- which are restricted to alcoholics.
"It is only fitting that the pro-
Women who have earned Is-
be dedicated in her
rael Bond Charms or Sponsor name home
tribute to her selfless
pins will be presented the awards efforts as
many years in bring-
at •the festival by Mesdames Jo- ing help for
to those afflicted with
seph Katchke and Max Stollman,
co-chairmen of the Women's Di- alcoholism," Leonard said.
vision, and Mrs. David Pollack,
Camp Petosega Will
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guests who attended a reception drut chairman of Farband Branch
in their honor Dec. 13 at the 137 and a member of the Cam-
Labor Zionist Institute braved paign Council; Mrs. Belle Glen-
the storm to hear Yehoshua Tad- ner, Histadrut divisional chair-
mor, UN correspondent and au- man of Pioneer Women and a
member of Hanita Chapter Pio-
The chairman, Norman Katz, neer Women; Morris Malin of
who also chaired last year's vol- the Korostishever Aid Society,
unteer workers' reception, stress- also a member of the Campaign
ed that Israel today not only Council.
Leah Kanes, of Habonim, intro-
faceS an increasingly serious
military threat froth the hostile duced the newly formed Habonim
countries surrounding it but is Choral and Dance Groups direct-
experiencing a serious internal ed by Shaul Rosenfeld. They will
crisis as it is faced with the nec- appear on television over Chan-
essity to provide for• thousands nel 2, Dec. 23, 1:30 p.m.
Morris Lieberman, chairman of
of new immigrants from Oriental
the Detroit Histadrut Campaign,
Tadmor stated that unless His- urged volunteers to complete
tadrut continued its pioneering, their assignments as speedily as
MRS. HAROLD D. HAHN
task and received increasing fi- possible.
Nancy Helen Cohen, daughter nancial support from the Ameri- Tribute to Mrs. Greenberg
of Dr. and Mrs. Abraham L. can community, the threat of from Vocational Council
Cohen of Huntington Woods, widening the gap between those
The Jewish Occupational Coun-
was married Dec. 16' to Rabbi with an education and _those with- cil has expressed its sympathy to
Harold Daniel Hahn.
trous results. He told his audi- Samuel S. Greenberg, of Detroit,
Rabbi Hahn is the son of Mr. ence that the record number of and his family, on the death of
and Mrs. Maurice Hahn of Phila- Histadrut scholarships awarded Mrs. Greenberg. The statement
delphia and Atlantic City and in 1962 went to more than 3,300 of condolence was released by
is assistant rabbi of Temple Beth young people in all categories. Benjamin A. Loewenstein of
El here, where the wedding took Two-thirds of the scholarships Philadelphia, president, and Her-
went to children of Oriental back- man Murov, executive director.
Maid of honor was Ricia ground. Some 800 were given to
Herbstman. The bridegroom's those residing in new develop-
brother, David Hahn, was best ment towns. Also, 150 Arab
man, and Bill Cohen, brother of youngsters received scholarships.
the bride, completed the wed-
The Histadrut volunteers heard
reports on the 39th annual His-
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Hold Annual Reunion ceremonies 8 p.m. Wednesday
Petosega campers, staff mem- at Masonic Temple. The cere-
bers, friends and parents will monies will be preceded by a
gather for the annual Camp Peto- banquet at 6 p.m. and followed
sega reunion 2 p.m. Sunday at by a grand ball and refresh-
the State Fair Recreation. Bowl- ments. For reservations, call
ing will be available to guests Douglas Purther,
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