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December 17, 1971 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-17

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Hanuka Parties Mark Festive Season

t--Friday, December 17, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH DEWS

Hanuka concludes 'Monday;' but final' David Mr. and Mrs. Club at the Workmen's Circle Center.
the melody will linger on, with will bold a Hanuka social and Latkes and games will be fea-
a number of local organizations roller skating for the entire family tured.
*
scheduling events on into the lat- 7 p.m. Monday at Northland Roller
ter part of the month.
Arena. For information, call Earl Cong. Beth Abraham-Willa will
Following is a list of Hanuka or Rita Kendler, KE 1-5711. Every- mark the merger of men's clubs
gatherings scheduled this weekend one is welcome at an entrance fee. at a Hanuka Bali and Tombola 8
and later:
Pontiac Baal Israel Religious p.m. Dec. 25 in the new synagogue.
Atlas Shalom Synagogue Men's School
will hold its annual Hann- The arrangements committee con-
Club, Sisterhood and other affil- ka
branch and talent show 10:30 sists of Harry Left, John Hurtig,
iates will hold a Hanuka dinner-
After a brief class Art Leiser, Herman Doiny, Norbert
dance 6 p.m. Sunday. It will be a.m. Sunday.
the children will ex- Robert, Oscar Bank and Bernhard
the last major_ event at the Curtis period,
change gifts and receive their Lichtenstein. Eric Rosenow and his
Ave. synagogue and will feature report
cards. Mel Goldman, Continentals will play for dancing,
dinner, cocktails, musical pro- chairman
the education com- and food and merchandise will be
gram, prizes and dancing to the mittee, will of preside
over the pro- available. For information and
Frankie Paul orchestra. Judy Ira gram arrangements,
and Barry tickets, call the synagogue office,
G. Kaufman is chairman and Keller will be master
cere- 851-6680.
Emanuel Feinberg co-chairman. monies for the talent of show.
The public is invited. For tickets, Brunch will be served by the
call William Zimmerman, 547- sisterhood, Caryn Rosenthal of
IF YOU TURN THE
2737, or the synagogue office, UN the
religions school staff will
4-7474.
Dealers
Kest7t.°17.1***
lead
in
community
singing
of
Brenner-Truman Branch of the
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
Farband Labor Zionist Order will Hanuka songs.
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
JACK ATTIS PHIL SWARIN
Beth Achim Sisterhood, Men's
hold a dinner-party 8 p.m. Satur-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute. Club and Young Marrieds will hold
13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE
Sam Portner will read from Sholom a lathe party-square dance 8 p.m.
./// /
////,
Aleichem's stories, and Philip Sunday at the synagogue.
WE DELIVER
1,4itast Wineries. Detroit, Mick.
Goren will lead community sing- Radomer Aid Society's annual
ing. Friends are welcome at no party will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday
charge.
The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans and Ladles
Auxiliary will hold a Hanuka
celebration 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Workmen's Circle Center.
An El Al Airlines film, "Israel
Now," will be shown, and a
Hanuka grab bag will be fea-
tured, along with the serving of
lathes.
The 25 and Up Singles will have
its Hanuka cocktail party 9 p.m.
today at the King's Arms Supper
Club. Johnny C and his band will
provide music for dancing. Guests
are invited. For information, call
Carol ThalLs, LI 6-0903.
The Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit will hold its Hanu-
ka social 8 p.m. Sunday in the
community room of the Tel-Twelve
Mall, Southfield. There will be an
ORT film, "Come With Me, My
Brother," and a discussion period.
A special feature of the evening
Help the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit decide how it can best
will be old-fashioned, home-made
meet the. emergency overseas and keep a strong community at home at the
Sephardic refreshments, prepared
by members of the sisterhOod.
There will be a complete petite
oriental buffet. Rabbi Samuel
Betsalel will conduct the candle-
lighting ceremonies, followed by
games and prizes. Friends are in-
vited. For information, call Shir-
ley Gormezano, 547-5768.
Akiva Hebrew Day School par-
ents, teachers and friends will get
together for games, prizes and re-
freshments planned by the school's
PTA 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
A forum where contributors to the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Berlin, 18251 Onyx, Southfield.
There is no charge. For reserva-
Fund begin the process of developing a formula for distribution of funds for
tions, call Mrs. Berlin, 353-8251.
Americans for Progressive Israel-
overseas, national and local programs, which we finance together.
Hashomer Hatzair will hold its
10th annual celebration, featuring

SINGER'S
Kosher Ilealtn vp z
padfryfet,

'

LI 7-8111

Your Counsel, Please!

COME! HEAR! LEARN!

EXPRESS YOUR OPINIONS!

23rd ANNUAL PRE-CAMPAIGN
BUDGET CONFERENCE

folk music, latkes, prizes and Is-
raeli dancing, 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Zionist Cultural Center. (The
date listed in last week's paper
was incorrect). Bernie Weisman,
folk singer: Hope Dewey, accor-
dionist; and Heather Weisman and
Sonia Lipenholtz, accompanists,
will be on the program. For in-
formation, call Devera Stocker,
864-8035.

Pincus Wants Agency
to Represent Diaspora
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Arye

Pincus, Jewish Agency chairman,

proposed here that the Agency
become the representative body of
the Jewish people in the Diaspora.
He said that this will be one of
the issues on which the Zionist
Congress would dwell when it
opens in Jerusalem Jan. 18
According to Pincus. the Agency
ha , become a representative body
of the Jewish community in the
Diaspora. for "m er 900.000 persons
have signed their adherence to the ;

Jerusalem Program." . 4 " ;

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19 1971

9:30 a.m. Continental Breakfcist

,

10:00 a.m. Meeting

Shiffman Hall

Jewish Community Center

18100 Meyers Road, Detroit

ALL CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN-

ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND ARE INVITED
Make your reservations by calling the

JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION OF DETROIT
WO 5-3939

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