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December 06, 1974 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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2nd Annual Men's Night
Dec. 10th 8-12 p.m.

Champagne Served

Former Prime Minister of
Israel Golda Meir will be in
the United States this month
to take part in a major event
of the Israel Bond Organiza -
tion.
Michael Arnon, general
chairman of the World Bond
Organization, has announced
that on Dec. 22, Mrs. Meir
will be presented with a max-
imum amount of cash in Is-
rael Bond purchases from
throughout the country.
The presentation will be
made in New York, and Da-
vid Pollack, general chair-
man of Israel Bonds for the
metropolitan Detroit area,
will represent Detroit at this
event.
Mrs. Meir is one of the
principal founders of the Is-
rael Bond program, which
was originated by the late
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion in September 1950.
Mrs. Meir will address a
nationwide Canadian dinner
in her honor in Montreal and
a similar national dinner of
tribute in New York.

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hood for a Hanuka party 6:30
p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. The program will in-
elude a latke dinner, games
and singing there is a
charge. For reservations,
call the synagogue, LI 8-9000.
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Monday at the Whitehall,
Apts. club house. Refresh-
ments will be served.

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Detroit will have its annual
Hanuka celebration 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Bnai
David.
A compete kosher meat
dinner will be served. Mark
Goldenberg will present Yid-
dish melodies on his guitar.
For reservations, call Rena
Goldberg, 851-2088, or Sally
Tuchklaper, 545-3558.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Dec. 6, 1974-49

Hanuka
Peace in Israel

MADOCYN ROSENTHAL

By

As I sit and polish the manors
Preparing it for the feast
of 8gilos
vintages or tisseing the °lbws"
Around the readier bright.
The oodles are ,let--a besarti-
fie sight to behold
'With its flielseriec filmes
bright re cold
Boanka is here—awd nay
PRAM in Ismael be seer.

Shown are Maxwell Gillman, left, executive director,
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter, March of Dimes and Gordie
Howe, former campaign director of the Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter with Jamie Weaver, 9, of Spokane, Washington, the
1975 national poster child for the March of Dimes. Jamie is
scheduled to be in Detroit Jan. 3-5, to kick off the March of
Dimes 1975 National Campaign.

Institute Movie
Tou rs Israel

"Let's Tour Israel," a doc-
umentary color movie show-
ing the Jewish people and
their nation, will be present-
ed for the World Adventure
Series 3 p.m. Sunday in
the Detroit Institute of Arts
Auditorium. T h e r e is a
charge.
Sid Dodson, world traveler
and professional film pro-
ducer, covers every corner
of peacetime Israel in his
movie, from the Lebanese
border to the Red Sea and
from the Jordan River to Tel
Aviv. He started his tour at
Lod Airport filming all the
sights of modern Tel Aviv
and the port cities of Jaffa,
Haifa and Acre, and Rosh
Hanikra on the Lebanese
border.
In Jerusalem, Dodson pic-
tures the united city with its
growing suburbs, the Knesset,
priceless sculptures in the
Billy Rose Gardens, t h e
crowded bazaars in the old
quarter, pious Jews praying
at the Western Wall and the
Independence . Day Parade.
Other sequences highlight
life at Kibutz Degania, two
immigrant towns, the stra-
tegic Golan Heights, Mt. Her-
mon, camping in the Huleh
Valley, Safed, Masada, Beth-
lehem, Nazareth, the Sea of
Galilee and the Dead Sea.

Marriage Encounter
Weekend Scheduled

A "Jewish expression" of
"marriage encounter", a
weekend devoted to expand-
ing the understanding and
love between husband and
wife through development of
a communication technique,
has been formed in Ohio.
The weekend is led by
teams of couples together
with a Rabbinic couple. The
entire weekend is structured
to ensure the privacy and
dignity necessary for a cou-
ple to fully explore their
feelings for self, their spouse,
and their Jewish expression.
Marriage encounter is not
a group experience, and is
not intended to mend prob-
lem relationships. The next
encounter weekend will be
held in Toledo, Jan. 18-20.
To attend, contact Eta and
Randy Auslander, 3751 Fair-
wood, Syvania, Ohio 43560.
For information in the De-
troit area, call Shelly and
Gary Moss, 682-0207.

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