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December 12, 1969 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-12

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26-Friday, December 12, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tea to Raise Funds for Seminary

Folk Chorus Concert
to Feature Frankel

Carole Here rs Bride
of 11 rra v Sweet-a:lac

Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus,
Parents Without Partners will
ander the direction of Harvey meet for coffee and conversation
8:30
p.m. Sunday in the Jewish
Schreibman, will present its an-
Center Lounge. Entertainment will
nual Midwinter Concert 8:15 p.m.
feature a folk singer.
Dec. 21 at the Jewish Center.
All Jewish adults will be wel-
Featured work will be the come to an "end-of-year dance"
9
p.m.
Dec. 27 at Sheraton Motor
cantata based on the story of the
Maccabees from a novel by Inn, Warren. Eric Rosenow and
His Continental Orchestra will be
Howard Fast.
featured and midnight bruncn
Cantor Reuven Frankel will be
served.
guest artist for the work, as well
as soloist in a special portion of
the program. In addition, the
TO ENJOY
chorus will do a cycle of folk
songs in Yiddish, English and He-
YOUR MEALS
brew.
Tickets may be purchased at the
SERVE
box office the evening of the per-
formance.

BETH JACOB SEMINARY, JERUSALEM

The 15th annual tea for the Beth graduated 35 Detroit girls, who
Jacob Institute of Jerusalem will now are teaching or have taught
take place 2 - 5 p.m. Sunday at the throughout the United States and
home of Mrs. David J. Cohen, Canada. Graduates are on the
18919 Cherrylawn.
staff of or are substitute teachers
In this Jerusalem school, which in the Detroit Beth Jacob School,
has 27 branches throughout Israel, the Yeshivath Beth Yehuda and
1,200 girls are enrolled, including the United Hebrew Schools. An-
seven Detroit girls. The Jerusalem other 15 graduates of the Jerusa-
Beth Jacob Seminary already has lem school came home, were mar-
ried and returned to Israel to live
with their husbands.
Proceeds of this tea will pro-
vide partial scholarships for girls
who are in need of financial help
and also will help buy urgently
needed equipment for the dormi-
tory building of the seminary,
located in the Katamon area of
Jerusalem.
The committee in charge of the
tea arrange.
m e n t s includes
mesdames David
L. Bressler and
Chaskel Grubner.
co-chairmen, Max
Biber, David J.
Cohen, Paul Lit-
vin, Joshua Sper-
ka, Samuel Stoll-
man and Nathan
Soberman. Mrs.- Biber
Detroit students presently in the
Jerusalem seminary are Lillie
Ament, Rena Carmen, Rachelle
Goldstein, Chavie Grubner: Surie
Grubner, Yehudit Lane and Rivka
Posen.
Friends of the Beth Jacob move-
ment are invited to the tea. For
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Latke Party Plans
Cooking at Center

A Hanuka party featuring music,
latkes, prizes and Israeli dancing
will be held 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Jewish Center.
The musical program will be
presented by folk singer Arena
Barley and accordionist Mordecai
Tel-Tsur, head of the Center He-
brew Department, who will play
Hanuka and Israeli songs.
with Sonia
Israeli dancing,
Lipenholtz at the piano, will fol-
low the .Hanuka refreshments.
The party is sponsored by Amer-
icans for Progressive Israel-
Hashomer Hatzair. For informa
tion call Devera Stocker, 864-8035

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Slates Social Evening
and End-of-Year-Dance

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

, MRS. MURRAY SWEETWINE

Carole Cecile Meyers became
the bride of Murray Philip Sweet-
wine in a recent ceremony at
Copg. Beth Achim. Rabbi Milton
Arm and Cantor Simon Bermanis
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Meyers of Briar Dr.,
Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sweetwine of :Lenore Ave.
The bride wore an English net
cage gown appliqued in garlands
of Swiss lace over a fited slip of
peau de soie with bishop sleeves
and a high neckline. A matching
Camelot headpiece held her cha-
pel-length mantilla of silk illusion
bordered in lace. She carried a
bible covered with Stephanotis,
statis and ivy.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jerald
Meyers, and bridesmaids were
Mrs. Mark Meyers of Tucson,
Gayle Sweetwine of Chicago, Mrs.
David Segel of Cleveland, Sharon
Miller and Leona Klein. Junior
bridesmaids were Lisa and Lora
Weingarden.
Melvin Menuck served as best
man, and ushers included Jerald
Meyers, Dr. Mark Meyers and
David Segel.
The couple honeymooned in Flor-
ida and now reside in Oak Park.

Hanuka Fest for Kids,
Parents Scheduled by
Sephardic Community

The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will hold an all-
day Hanuka festival Sunday at the
community hall of the Tel-Twelve
Mall.
For children, there will be a
party from 2 to 5 p.m. Jacques
Lalouf will conduct the candle-
lighting ceremony, and there will
be songs by the Sephardic choir,
which includes Jala Saleymonie,
Debbie Papo, Lucy Senor, Alex
Abramson, Richard Behar, Linda
Yahia, and Rochelle Yahia.
Elaine Yahia will be mistress of
ceremonies. Jeffrey Shaya, 8, will
tell what Hanuka means to him.
Rena Senor will supervise a chil-
dren's dance contest, and Mary
Gruber and Suzy Senor will per-
form Israeli dances.
On the committee are Mrs. Mar-
cel Behar, Mrs. Robert Yahia,
Mrs. Irving Abramson, Mrs. Louis
Papo and Mrs. Jack Gormezano.
Refreshments will be served.
Adults will have their party at
8:30 p.m. A brief meeting will he
followed by films of the recent
annual buffet dinner and movies
of a Bar Mitzva in Israel will be
shown by Lalouf. There will be
games and prizes, latkes and other
refreshments.

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Probate Judge Ira G. Kaufman
will be the guest speaker at the
Marshall leadership reception, at
3:30 p.m., Sunday, to be hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michlin, in
their home, 28200 Bell Rd., South-
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