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October 10, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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Adat Shalom Will Sponsor
Regional Men's Club Parley

Men's Clubs

Adat Shalom Men's Club
Northgate Apts. club house. will host the 1975 fall con-
There will be games, and re- ference of the Great Lakes
freshments will be served by Region of the National Fed-
8:30 p.m. Monday at the the Ladies Auxiliary.
eration of Jewish Men's
Clubs Oct. 24-26 at the syn-
agogue. Registration will be
held at the Ramada Inn,,
Southfield.
Men's clubs from New
York, Ontario, Ohio and
24752 Southfield (1 Blk. S. of 10 Mile)
Michigan, including Cong.
Beth Shalom, Bnai Moshe,
Beth Achim, Shaarey Zedek
Everytime The Bell Rings
and Beth Moses in addition
Value Up To $2.00 (Lunch or Dinner)
to Adat Shalom will be rep-
resented.
Theme for the
NOW OPEN SUNDAYS, 3 TO 10
weekend is "The Shofar
Mon.-Thurs., 11-11, Fri. & Sat., 11-12
Calls for Jewish Survival:
Carry-Out — Tray Catering
557-2360
Hinaini — Here am I."
Beginning at 2 p.m. Oct.
25, the conferees will meet
for discussion sessions.
Theme for the sessions is
"Strategies for Jewish Sur-
vival." Dr. Harvey Nuss-
baum will be moderator.
Richard H. Lobenthal,
Michigan regional director
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will
speak on "An Overview of
MONDAY THRU SATVRDAY
Today's Anti-Semitism."

AESCULAPIAN
PHARMACEUTICAL
ASSOCIATION will meet

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COCKTAILS AND WINES

Reservations KE 1-9000
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Local men's club mem-
bers assisting with the dis-
cussion sessions are Mi-
chael Feigelman, youth
resource specialist; Leon-
ard Baron and Herschel P.
Fink, media; Dr. Boaz
Kahana, communtiy
groups; and Jordan Ros-
sen, political activities.

A dinner-dance will be
held 8:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in the
synagoguge. On Oct. 26,
there will be a business
meeting.
The women will hear a

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Julius Chajes will begin
his 36th year at the helm of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
8:30 p.m., Tuesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theatre. A
special concert, featuring
the music of Gershwin, Bar-
, ber and Bernstein, will be
presented.
Pianist Fedora Horowitz
and Cantor Harold Orbach
are the soloists for the eve-
ning which will include a
champagne reception dur-
ing intermission.
Tickets are available at
the Center ticket office. For
information, contact the
Center, 341-4200.

Hasidic Concert
Chairman Named

Fred Nederlander has
been named chairman of
this year's Hasidic Happen-
ing Concert by the Chabad-
Lubavitch Organization of
Michigan.
The eighth annual concert
will be held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5
at Ford Auditorium. Theo-
dore Bikel will sing a
variety of Jewish-oriented
songs in English, Yiddish,
Hebrew, Russian, Ladino
and other languages.
Also appearing are the
young men of the hasidic
rock group known as the
"Morristown Moving Spir-
its," with dancer Micho'el
Tinman.
For information, call the
Lubavitch- off ice,' 398-2611.


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talk on "The Jews of Buk-
hara" by Mrs. Harry Maisel
in the youth lounge.
Albert Farber is presi-
dent of the Adat Shalom
Men's Club. Emanuel Fein-
berg is convention chair-
man; David Zeff is co-chair-
man and Carl Lichtenstein
is registration chairman.

• BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS

Assisting the chairmen
are William Farber, Sol
Hammerstein, Moe Yolles,
Saul Leff, William Zim-
merman, Morry Gould,
Farber, Charles Finer, Dr.
Nussbaum, Dr. Maisel,
Steve Goldsmith, Allan
Rosenberg, Baron, Dr.
Fred Benderoff and Mal-
colm Rivkin (publicity),
William Bobrin, Dave Lie-
bowitz, Gerald Clayton,
Milton Weiss and Harry
Portner.

LANDMARK

The women's committee
includes: Charlotte Nuss-
baum, Mrs. Maisel, Rose-
mond Hammerstein, Shir-
ley Farber, Nita
Lichtenstein, Edith Rivkin,
Ann Zimmerman, Lillian
Kaufman, Bea Katzman,
Ann Benderoff, Mildred
Weiss, Tina Bobrin and Syl-
via Waldman.

Junior Symphony
to Hold Concert

The Southfield Junior
Symphony, now in its 17th
year, will hold its first con-
cert of the season Nov. 9 at
Southfield-Lathrup High
School.
The concert will feature
the Southfield-Lathrup
'High School Concert Choir
under the direction of
Louise Ward.
The symphony meets
each Monday and includes
high school students from
many surrounding commu-
nities. Interested students
may call Mrs. James Shi-
moura, 356-3089.

Hasidic Festival
Due in Detroit

The 1975 Israeli Hasidic
Festival, a musical review
featuring Israel's leading
popular Biblical songs, will
be held 7:45 p.m. Oct. 21 at
Ford Auditiorium.
The festival, returning to
the United States for the
fourth year, is based on Is-
rael's annual Hasidic Song
Festival, a nationwide corn-
petition.
The concert is not con-
nected with the annual Has-
idic Happening, to be held
here in November.

Center Symphony
Begins 36th Year

The Jewish Center Sym-
phony Orchestra, under the
direction of Julius Chajes,
will begin its 36th season
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater.
Soloists will include Ro-
manian pianist Fedora Ho-
rowitz and Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel. A
champagne reception will
take place during intermis-
sion.
For ticket information,
contact the Center.
341-4200.

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