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December 06, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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42—Friday, Dec. 6, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Newly Arrived Russian Jews
to Learn Meaning of Hanuka

Jewish Community Center pern, and others within the
Board member, Israel El- community recently conduct-
ed a special orientation pro-
gram for the Russion Jews
at the Jewish Center branch.
In a comprehensive lecture
entirely in Russian, Elpern
detailed the structure of De-
troit's organized Jewish com-
munity and described for the
immigrants the function of
Jewish Welfare Federation
member agencies and how
they serve the community's
needs.
The Center will be spon-
soring a special Hanuka pro-
gram for Russian Jews Sun-
day at the 10 Mile branch.
The program will feature a
MEATLESS
discussion in Russian by El-
SPAGHETTI
pern on the meaning of Han;
uka. Center staff and volun-
SAUCES
teers found that Hanuka had
You pour on Italian Ta'am,
no significance to most of the
when you glorify your spa-
immigrants since many of
ghetti with a sauce by Chef
them.had no familiarity what-
Boy-Ar-Dee s. His home-
ever with Hanuka—many had
style Meatless or Mushroom
never heard of the holiday.
Sauce makes it a richly deli-
A highlight of the program
cious dish. Use these superb
will be a special candlelight-
sauces to make the most of
ing ceremony by a newly ar-
meat loaf and pot roast. With
rived 16-year-old Russian
noodles and ricotta, you've
girl, and a discussion by a
got a great lasagna. Wait till
you try them with omelets or
young Russian boy of the
fish. Just keep plenty handy.
meaning of Hanuka's special
Between'yau and Chef Boy-
message of freedom.

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Bolleardee

Ar-Dee, a family could never
go hungry.

Hanuka Activities
Planned at Center

The Jewish Community
Center will sponsor a special
. Hanuk• celebration Dec. 15
for the entire family at the
main building.
The celebration will in-
clude two special dance per-
formances in the lobby at 1
and 2:30 p.m., a latke sale
beginning at noon, Israel
dancing and singing-from 2-
3:30 p.m., a trampoline dem-
onstration at 1:30 p.m. and
a gameroom and rollerskat-
ing for children opening at
1 p.m.

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It means so much more to say "Get Well" with a
beautifully arranged basket of carefully selected,
health-giving fresh fruits, with assorted sweets
and snacks. A treat to eat that con be shored
with others
priced from $12.50

DAILY DELIVERY to all hospitals (or homes)

Rosiness o

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Call 862-6800 Gift Dept.

32051N. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, Mich. 48221

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Brevities

Pioneer Women Donor Luncheon
to Feature National President

Moadon lvri Sets
Lectures Series

Jewish Community Center
Charlotte Stein, national will have several lecture pro-
Greater Detroit Council of
Pianist DAVID SYME will
be heard in a concert spon-, Pioneer Women will hold its president, will speak. She re- grams for December. The
sored by the Wcoen's • Sym- annual donor luncheon noon cently returned from Israel, Moadon Ivri (Hebrew club)
phony of Detroit- 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Shiawassee where she gathered informa- lectures will be held 3:30
titin on the Mideast.
p.m. at the 10 Mile branch.
Dec. 16, at Temple Israel. Hotel.
Mrs.
Stein
is•
past
president
Eddy Barak will speak on
Syme, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
of the local Consumers Lea- "The Fight of the Macca-
M. Robert Syme, is a con-
gue and active in the Red bees for its Significance for
cert artist who has been
Cross , polio and cancer All Generations" Saturday;
studying and teaching at the
funds and Parent-Teacher "The Poetry of Byalick" will
University of Indiana. The
Association. She has served be discussed Dec. 14; Habo-
Women's Symphony is spon-
as national chairman of So- nim representative Tzvi Zid-
soring Syme's appearance for
viet Jewry Affairs, and na- ner will speak on "On Jeru-
the second year in succession.
tional chairman for the 18th salem" Dec. 21; and Haim
A reception will be held in
national bi-annial convention David will speak on "What
the social hall. For tickets,
of Pioneer Women in 1963 in is the Hebrew Language"
call the Women's Symphony,
-
Detroit. _
642-7758, Mrs. Edgar _Patrick,
Dec. 28.
MI 6-6149, or the temple,.863-
She is presently on the
7769.
board of the Israel Histadrut
*
Committee and the National
Jewish Board. The speaker is
NONCE DANCE ENSEM-
holesale Diamonds & jewelry
also hostess of a radio pro-
BLE will give a dance dem-
Jewelry &
gram devoted to the activi-
onstration 7:30 p.m. Sunday
SUITE 318 ADVANCE ,BLDG.
at the Oak Park Library. The
ties
of
Pioneer
Women.
j23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile.
CHARLOTTE STEIN
group__ directed by Denise
(313) 557-1860
Ethel Wasser will be chair-
Szykula, will present jazz,
man of -the day.
baroque and , contemporary

selections. Company mem-
bers are Susan Cohen, Judie
Conhors, Karen Freedland,
Evelyn August became the
--WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS
Paula . Kramer, Jennifer pat- . bride of Michael G. Digon in
AND CUSTOMERS, A HAPPY
hick and Randi Sanfield. The a recent ceremony at the
& HEALTHY HANUKA
program is co-sponsored by Dearborn Inn. Mrs. Jules
the Friends of the Oak Park Lapides of Broomall, .Pa.,
Library and Oakland Com- was her sister's matron of
munity College — Southeast honor. Michael Allen Digon
Campus, The public is in- of Kalamazoo was his fa- -
Membir Donk Lira
vited. For information, call ther's best man. Following
.Kosher Wet Dmilers Aroma. i t POINT feti,
the library, 548-7230.
a California honeymoon, the
* *
couple will live in Southfield.
SEARS DRIVING SCHOOL,
JACK ATTIS - PHIL SWARIN
Oakland Mall, will hold a
Great men's sayings are
13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE
free class on how to- pass the like silver gilt; use wears
written driver's license ex- the gilt off the silver, and
WE DELIVER,.
amination 6:30 p.m. Wednes- all the sparkle goes out of
day in the store's training the sayings if they are re-
room. F o r reservations, peated.=Balzac
which must be made by 7
p.m. Tuesday, call the school,
548-8003.

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SINGER'S
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MEL'S

Center to Offer
Weekend Camping

Jewish Community Center
will offer several weekend
camp experiences for young-
sters, grades 1-9 during the
upcoming vacation period.
A mini-camp for grades 1-
6" will take place 9;30 a.m.-
4 p.m. Dec. 24-26 at the Cen-
ter main building. -Bus trans-
portation is available.
A winter weekend for 7-9
graders will be held Dec. 27-
29 at Cam!) Tamarack. -The
weekend will feature - movies,
ice skating, sports, crafts,
hikes and campfires.
Camp Giborim; grades 3-
6, will take place Dec. 27-29
at Camp Tamarack.
For information, or to reg-
ister for one of the vacation
programs, contact the Center
group services office, 341-
4200.

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Detroit Socialites
Plan Celebrations

Detroit Socialites will have
a Hanuka dance 9 p.m. Dec.
21 at-the Oak Park Commun-
ity Center. Johnny C and his
trio will perform. Guests are
invited. There is a nominal
charge.
The group will hold its New
Year's eve dinner-dance 9
p.m. Dec. 31 'at the Jewish
War Veterans headquarters.
Ted Koliba and his orchestra
will perform.
Proceeds will go to the Is-
rael Emergency Fund. For
reservations, call Ruth Baker,
645-1549, or Mollie Stern, 342-
2791.

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