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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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November 28, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel Gets Gift of $25,000

J WV

LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN
"IP' will have a general member-
ship meeting 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the JWV Memorial
Home. Plans for the Ann
Arbor and Allen Park Hos-
pital parties will be dis-
cussed. The joint New
Year's Eve party also will be
on the agenda. For informa-
tion, call the JWV office,
559-5680.
* * *
YETZ-COHEN POST
AND AUXILIARY will
meet 9 p.m. Tuesday at the
JWV Memorial Building.
The post and auxiliary will

hold their annual Hanuka
Latke Party 8 p.m. Dec. 6 at
the JWV Memorial Build-
ing. Guests are invited.
Games will be played, a
Hanuka grab bag will be
offered, and traditional re-
freshments served. There
will be a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Junior
Vice President Reva Dry-
man, 398-9172, or Ann
Rubin, KE 5-4031. The aux-
iliary will have a party for
the children at the D.J.
Healy Home Dec. 21. Enter-
tainment will be offered,
refreshments served and
gifts will be distributed.

DOES
your Radio
Speak lewisti?

Communal leader Nathan P. Rossen, right, presents
a gift of $25',Wto Ethan Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Davidson, to be used for the kindergarten of
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit. Shown are,
from left: Saul Waldman, president of the school; Mrs.
Rossen; Ethan and Rossen.

Workmen's Circle_
Groups Set Parties

I

Readers Forum

Workmen's Circle Branch
Matefials submitted to the
460 will hold its annual cele- Readers Forum must be brief.
bration of Hanuka 8 p.m. to- The writer's name will be
day at the Workmen's Circle withheld from publication
upon request. No unsigned
Center.
letters will be published. Ma-
There will be a candle- terials will not be returned
lighting ceremony, a talk on unless a stamped, self-ad-
the history and significance dressed envelope is encicised._
of Hanuka, reading of
poems and stories, singing
of traditional holiday songs Jewish Archive
and a grab bag. Refresh- Support Urged
ments will be served.
Editor, The Jewish News:
For information call
It is noteworthy that our
chairmen Mrs. Norma
Brownstein, 9E8-4437, or community has its archive
"The Jewish Archives of the
Mrs. Ozilda Sabaroff,
Burton Historical Collection
342-9168.
Workmen's Circle . of the Detroit Public Li-
Branch 227 will have its brary" and is located in the
Main Library in Detroit's
annual Hanuka party 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Cultural Center.
The Jewish Archives were
Workmen's Circle Center.
established by the Michigan
The party will feature the
musical talents ofnew Rus- Jewish Historical Society in
sian Americans. Simon conjunction with the Burton
Klachefsky and Henia Bor- Historical Collection.
They include all materi-
ensteine will -sing Jewi s h
songs. Irene Pianin, so- als of the United Jewish
prano, will be accompanied Charities, thousands of
by Lila Hindmarsh at the papers, documents and
numerous filmstrips of the
piano.
Latkes will be served. For Jewish Welfare Federa-
information, call chairman tion. They contain
hundreds of papers of
Sonia Popowski, 557-3994.
Cong. Beth El and
hundreds of clippings of
Rosenberg Elected
the Jewish News and
Club President
thousands of documents of
the Jewish Community
Council.
They also include private
collections, among others--
Benjamin Laikin's collec-
tion and this writer's.
The Michigan Jewish His-
torical Society Urges, for the
sake of our local history, all
religious, social and cultural
institutions, and private in-
dividuals to deposit their
minute-books, papers, pho-
tographs, letters, etc., in the
archives where they will be
preserved. For information,
EDWARD ROSENBERG
I can be reached at LI
Tam-O-Shanter Country 3-5262.
Allen A. Warsen
Club elected Edward Rosen-
berg president at its recent
Hebrew Club
annual meeting.
Other officers elected in- to Have
clude: Alvin Shapiro, execu-
tive vice president; Milton
The Moadon Ivri will meet
Horn, vice president; Louis 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the. 10
Zuckerman, secretary; and Mile branch of the Jewish
Lloyd Schwartz, treasurer.
Community Center.
Newly elected members
Richard L. Wagner, prin-
of the club's board of direc- Cipal of the United Hebrew
tors include Arthur Beck- School, Bnai Moshe Branch,
with, David Kahn and Dr. will speak on "Jewish Edu-
cation in the United States."
AVRA1-0, Stoller..

-

ANGLO-JEWISH with Jules Abrams 9-10 am Mon-Thur
YIDDISH with Lou Levine 9-10 am Wed
HEBREW with Uri Segal 9:30-10 am Tues
YIDDISH with Al Naftal 9-10 am Fri

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Mrs. Joel Simmer (Leaine dale, Oak Park, a daughter,
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* * *
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* * *
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Europe Economic
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Film to Be Shown
Nov. 3 — To Mr. and it
7_----/
Mark Conklin (Ilene
"Europe - United",
United" a film dan) former Detroiter . -`\
on the European
Jamaica, West Indies, a
Community Information daughter, Eri Linay.
Service, will be shown 8-
p:-m. Thursday in the home
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Following the film-will be a
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The presentation is -open
without charge to members
of the Detroit Council for
World Affairs. Reffesh-
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reservations, _call the De-
troit Council for World Af
fairs, 577-3453.

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traditional refreshments
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Plans for response to the
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