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December 12, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Designers of Fine Furs

Complete

Fur Service

11 MILE & LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

December 12, 1975 43

Council Asking Local Rabbis to Sponsor Zionism 'Teach-Ins'

The Rabbinical Commis-
sion of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council is encouraging
all congregations in the
metropolitan Detroit area to
sponsor communal "teach-
ins" on Zionism and the
meaning of the UN's anti-
Zionism resolution for
American and world Jewry.
In a letter sent to mem-

Mitchel & Audrey Fishman



extend

Their Heartfelt Gratitude

to all the organizations & friends
who have done so very much
on our behalf.

bers of the Detroit rabbi-
nate, Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man, president of the
Rabbinical Commission,
suggested that Tu b'Shevat
(Jan. 17, 1976), which marks
Jewish Arbor Day and is an
annual commemorative date
for stressing the signifi-
cance of the upbuilding of
Israel, provides an appro-
priate occasion for organiz-
ing teach-ins.
Arrangements for en-
gagement of speakers from
the Council's Israel Speak-
ers Corps, and for audio-vis-
ual materials from the
Council's film library may
be made by calling Mrs. Glo-
ria Ruskin, Council pro-
gram secretary, 962-1880.
Meanwhile, more than

35 prominent women lead-
ers of metropolitan Detroit
Jewish and non-Jewish
civic and religious organi-
zations shared in this
year's Women's Plea for
Human Rights for Soviet
Jewry program last
Wednesday, sponsored
under the aegis of the Jew-
ish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Last Week, Jewish Com-
munity President Lewis S.
Grossman sent to all of the
Council's more than 300 af-
filiated organizations the
text of a resolution regard-
ing the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly's anti-Zionist
and anti-Semitic statement
adopted . November.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
Community Council's Exec-
utive Committee voted last
week to .admit four area
Jewish organizations as
members of the Council.
New members under the
Council's umbrella are:
Moadon — the Jewish 4

GIVE YOUR INVIT4TION
A "NAME"

HAL
GORDON

Community Center He--
brew Cultural Club, The
Association for the Jewish
Retarded, the Michigan
Jewish Young Adult
Council, and Ahad Ha'am
Branch of the Labor Zion-
ist Alliance.
With these new organiza-
MusicBaigl EBnatne d
rtsa o
inrment
tions added to Council's ros-
ter, there are now 302
Small Combos
groups which have banded
,
together in order to advance
Jewish life in the metropoli-
tan Detroit area.

355-4999—

To Capture that
Mood, hire a
Specialist

sANdy FRiEdMAN phoTogRAphy

25900 Greenfield (In The Landmark Bldg.)

398-7211
cANdids • MOVIES • PORTRAITS

Bnai Brith
Activities

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I 1 MILE ROAD & LAHSER
IN SOUTHFIELD

IN THE LAST MALL 'TIL DEC. 24th

AHAVA CHAPTER will
hold its next general meet-
ing 8 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Sharon Moss, 6590
Post Oak Drive, West
Bloomfield. The prograM
for the evening, "Beauty Is
in the Eye of the Beholder,"
.will feature as guest
speaker, Dr. Richard E.
Straith of Straith Clinic, a
plastic surgeon. Young
women age 18-35 are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served. For information,
contact Ms. Moss, 352-3979
or 851-6711 on the day of the
meeting.

GIFTS & HOUSEHOLD ACCESSORIES
20% DISCOUNT

(On cash purchases of $10.00 or more)

Mon.— Sat. llam —4pm

Eves. by Appointment

1799 Coolidge • Berkley

Just N. of 11 mile rd. next to Burger Chef

*

MINI BAZAAR

A WIDE ARRAY OF GREAT ARTS & CRAFTS
GREAT IDEAS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

LEATHER BELTS, POTTERY,
GALLERIES,
MACRAME, BUTTERFLIES,
DRIED FLOWERS -UNDER GLASS,
CHINA PAINTING, AND MUCH,
MUCH MORE. COME IN AND
SEE THE ARTISTS AT WORK.

Harvard Row Merchants

Aladdin Drugs
Athens Souvlaki, Rest. .
Burton's Gal
Charlotte's Knit Shop
DiRosa Hair Fashions
Jules Doneson Travel
Empress Gardens, Rest.
Farmer Jack's

Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Shop
H. R. Kosher Meats
Heritage House Books
Moris Huppert Clothier
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery
Maker Furs

National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. & Deli .
Parisian Fashions
Reflections of Love Florist
Shoe Time
Spitzer's Hebrew Book
Warren Optometric Center

547-5557

DETROIT BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER will meet 8:15
p.m. at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. clubroom. Richard
Chorley, an instructor with
the International Medita-
tion Society, will speak on
"Transcendental Medita-
tion." Guests are invited,
and refreshments will be
served.

DOWNTOWN FOX
LODGE will hold its annual
latke party and games night
7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Jewish War Veterans head-
quarters. Prospective mem-
bers are invited.

* *

*

ISRAEL CHAPTER will
hold a "Children's Home in
Israel" luncheon and games
party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Knob-in-the Woods
Apts. club house. Admission.
is by purchase of at least
one Children's Home Certif-
icate' at the door. For reser-
vations, call Marcella Roth,
356-6378. The chapter will
join the lodge for a square
dance 8:30 p.m. Dec. 20 at
the Pepper School. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
reservations, call Cy Rez-
nick, 398-2745, or Ms. Roth.

I

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Open Mon.-Sat. 10-4:30 • 356-0493

WE= 12 MILE & EVERGREEN

(In Country Village Shopping Center)
pan equipment available

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