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November 22, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Hasidic Happening to Feature
Polter Brothers, Moving Spirits

Community

Flint Blood Drive Has Large Turnout

Spectrum '75, the cultural
program of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, will be-
gin 8 p.m. Dec. 4 at Carman
High School with "The Hasid-
ic Happening."
Featured will be the Mor-
ristown Moving .Spirits.
Headed by Dovid Lazarson,
drums, and Avrohom Levine,
accordian, the Moving Spirits
are students in the Morris-
town Lubavitch Yeshiva in
New Jersey who perform ha-
sidic melodies throughout the
country.
Moshe and his hasidic vio-
lin also will perform. Marvin
Weinberg (Moshe) made his
concert debut at age 11. At 20,
his main interest is Jewish
folk music, and he partici-
pates in Lubavitch activities
on the University of Michigan
campus where he is working
an his master's degree in the
school of music.

Five - year - old "Cantor"
Schneur Zalman Polter and
his brother, also will per-
form. For tickets, call the
council office, 767-5922.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

It's Nice
To Deal With
Joe Slatkin's

DEXTER
CHEVROLET



Bernice Mittl#man, chair- program and would like to
man of the Flint Jewish Com- donate blood may do so at the
munity Council American Red American Red Cross Blood
20811 W. 8 Mile
Cross Blood Program which Center on any Monday or Fri-
between
Southfield & Telegraph
day
and
haVe
it
credited
to
was held recently at Temple
Nov. 24-27—Beth Israel Sis- Beth El, announces the drive the FJCC Blood Program.
terhood book sale at was a success due to a large For an appointment, call the
Eastland Mall.
blood center.
turnout by the community.
24—Beth Israel Sister-
Assisting here were Jennie
Our Promise To You:
,.
7 Arkin, Irene Bernard, Rhea
supper,
hood
p.m., synagogue.
BETTER SERVIcv
Cohen, Mollie Epstein, Marsha D. Vinacow
25—Beth Israel Sister- Blanche Gordon, Rose Gross,
hood board meeting, Estelle Hartman, Helen Mul- to Marry in March
POLTER BROTHERS
12:30 p.m., syna- ne, Shirley Pamer, Bessis
gogue.
Ring, Rae Schafer, Ann
—T emple Beth El Schlager and Ann Smith.
board meeting, 8
Those who donated blood
p.m., synagogue.
were: Joseph Bean, Brian
26—Advanced Leader- Beck, William Benoit, Manny
ship Course, 8 p.m., Colish, Marshall Cossman,
council office.
Krieger Moderates
Raymond Failer, Stanley Fa-
27—Jewish Education uer, Larry Feinstein, Marsha
Teen
Radio Show
commission meet- Fleming, Howard Foote, Wil-
A radio program for teens
ing, 7:30 p.m., coun- liam Goldberg, Eugene Grif-
began Wednesday with Rich-
cil office.
fel, Hiram Grossman, Arnold
*
ard Krieger, executive direc-
Hartz, Robert Himelhoch,
tor of the Flint Jewish Com-
Beth Israel Sisterhood will Harvey Jacobs, Judy Kasle,
munity Council, as moderat-
sponsor a supper with folk Jack Kippelman, Sandra
or. Among the 12 teens ap-
dancing 7 p.m. Thursday at Klein, and Rabbi Gilbert Kol-
pearing on the program were
Cong. Beth Israel. The danc- lin.
Karen Golden, Elise Krieger
ing will be led by Uri Siegel,'
Also Gerald Leiter, Selma
one of America's leading folk Markey, Irving Meerson, Leo- MISS MARSHA VINACOW and Jeff Stanzler.
dancers and folk dancing nard Meizlish, Shari Ohrin-
Topics to be discussed on
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. future programs include: "Is
teachers. There is a minimal ger, Carol Pappas, William
cost per couple. For reserva- Pappas, Jack Parnes, Marvin Vinacow announce the en- Religion Relevant Today?",
tions, call Muriel Gotlib: 732- Persky, Esther Price, Carl gagment of their daughter "Why Is There Indifference
3817, or Florence Tucker, 239- Rittman, Harold Schwartz, Marsha Dale to Kenneth - F. to Suffering in Our Society?",
0713.
Sami Semp, Golda Shapiro, Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. "What Is the Influence of Our
*
Jeffrey Shapiro, Sharon Stein, Harold Leavitt.
Culture on Religion?", "How
• 1 /4 H.P. Motor
The Ha d a s s a h Evening Gordon Suber, Marvin Tul-
Miss Vinacow is a student Have the Different Faiths
Installed w/2 transmitters
Group, now with 47 members, pan, Arthur Vinacow, Ruth at Mott Community College. Developed?", "What Does
will meet 8 p.m. Dec. 3, at Vinacow, Milton Warren and Her fiance also attended Religion Have to Say -About
• 1/3 H.P. Motor Installed w/ $

Cong. Beth'Israel. Their pro- Barbara Yale.
time light & safety reverse & 2 trans.
Mott. A March wedding is Ethics or Moral Values?",
gram will be "Food With Fun
Anyone who missed the planned.
"What Is the Influence of Our
and Flair", featuring F. Pin-
• 1/3 H.P. Screw Drive
Groups Like the "American
Installed w/2 Trans.
has Fellus, gourmet chef.
Indians?",
"How
Were
You
S. American Aliya
Those attending will take part Student Mission
Taught About Religions Dif-
in the food preparation. Any-
ferent From Yours?", "Is Re-
Slow, Dulzin Says
ON PROPERLY OPERATING DOORS I
one interested in joining or in to Israel Planned
ligion Handled Justly in Our
The
United
Jewish
Appeal
TEL
AVIV
(ZINS)—Aliya
attending this meeting may
Schools?", "What Authority
call Harriet Kahn, member- will conduct a December Stu- from South _ America has Does Religion Have in Our
dent
Leadership
Mission
to
practically ground to a stand- Lives?" and "How Do We
ship vice president, 238-2944,
Israel Dec. 23-Jan. 2.
still with little prospects of
or Donna Koenig, 743-3173.
The mission will follow the improvement in the immedi- Respond to Religious Preju-
"People-to-People" itinerary ate future, said Jewish dices?"
Israeli Professor
but also will-include meetings Agency Treasurer Leon Dul -
with Israeli youth, Arabs and zin following his return from
to Speak in Flint
university faculty.
a visit to South America.
Yael Bar-Zakai, professor
The purpose of this mission
Dulzin emphasized that the
of Hebrew literature and lan- is to bring campus leadership
guage at Tel Aviv University, into contact with the people factors responsible for this
will return to Flint Monday. of Israel one year after the slowdown of aliya are the
She has been involved in Yom Kippur War. For infor- general conditions in the
working in the absorption mation, call the Flint Jewish country and especially the
centers with Russian and oth- Community Council, 767-5922. incredibly high cost of hous-
ing. Latin American Jews,
er Eastern European immi-
he said, who plan to settle in
grants.
Israel want to acquire a
In the 1960's Miss Bar-Za-
home for their money, but
kai was involved in the Israel
the high prices make it im-
Student Organization while
possible to do so.
attending school in the United
David Sean Morgan, son of
States,. A native Israeli, she Dr. and Mrs. Alan Morgan,
will be in Flint to meet with will be called to the Torah as Arafat: PLO to Run
various community groups to a "Bar Mitzva 8 p.m. Nov. 29
Palestine in Future
give them a view of current at Temple Beth El.
NEW YORK (ZINS)—In
conditions in Israel.
- Marion Grant, Manager, of
Rodd Mitchell Schreiber,
an
interview appearing in
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Schreiber, will be called to the Oct. 14 issue of Time
UJA Announces
the Torah as a Bar Mitzva magazine, Palestine Libera-
Hanuka Gift Idea
9:45 a.m. Nov. 30 at Cong. tion Organization chairman
Yassir Arafat said of the
The United Jewish Appeal Beth Israel.
Palestine state to be estab-
For Holidays, Special Occassion and Mitzva's
has a new idea for Hanuka-
lished under "the national
contributing to the fund in Rose Harrison, 91,
authority", the interim stage
I
honor of someone special.
presumably following Isra-
I
The contribution, which Formerly of Flint
eli evacuation of adminis-
Special $698
I
Rose Harrison, former Flint tered Arab territory.
will be used for. UJA services
Only
to Israel and Diaspora Jewry, resident of Tucson, Ariz., died
I
"We will hold elections so
With Fall Color Flowers
will be acknowledged by a Nov. 12 at age 91.
Born in Hungary, Mrs. Har- our people can vote for the
certificate sent to the person
Quantities Limited. Reserve Your Center Piece NOW!
in whose honor the donation rison lived 25 years in Flint system of life they want.
L-.
The
PLO
will
run
the
coun-
prior
to
moving
to
Miami
in
is made.
9-9 PM
HARVARD ROW MALL MON thru SAT
Phone
For information to make a 1952. She is survived by a son, try before the elections, and
8-7
PM
SUNDAY
contribution, call the Flint Herbert of Flint; a daughter, the PLO will run it after the
352-3554
. 1 1 Mile at Lahser
Jewish Community Council, Mrs. Leah Smiley of Tucson; elections, because the PLO
is
the
people."
and
four
grandchildren.
767-5922.

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