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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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14 'flidai,'1110Eth 26 i t976

'.tHEIDETROIT JEWISHP.NEWS

Sephardis' Pre-Cabaret Event Promotes Mediterranean Night

SMALL BEQUESTS

BUILD A

STRONG ISRAEL

If the tradition of including the Jewish
National Fund in the Will of every Jew were
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
development, social welfare, and justice.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may want your bequest to be
dedicated to afforestation, to a village, a
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
permanent tribute in the names of persons
dear to you.

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 22100 Greenfield, 968-0820.
They will gladly co-operate with you in
working out plans to meet your special
requirements, in strict privacy.

You're invited to enroll your children in

more than just a Hebrew school

BETH SHALOM
ELIGIOUS SCHOOL

AN INDEPENDENT CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL

David A. Nelson,
Rabbi

Cyril Servetter,
Director of Education

CLASSES AVAILABLE FROM

KINDERGARTEN-SENIOR HIGH
BAR-BAT MITZVA

The main goals of Beth Shalom Reli-
gious School are:

• to turn children on to Judaism

• to know where they come from,
where they are, and where they are
going

• to be knowledgeable, committed,
feeling Jews

• to be able to transmit this not by
words alone, but by examples to the
next generation.

FOR INFORMATION
CALL 547-7972.

We will be happy to arrange a visit to o,ur
school and/or to have a parent with like age
children contact you with more specifics.

Reduced Rates to Synagogue members. Syn-
agogue memberships available.

Congregation Beth Shalom

14601. W. Lincoln Rd., Oak Park

/MI

As a pre-Cabaret celebra-
tion, the Sephardic Commu-
nity of Greater Detroit will
present an evening of Greek
dancing 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Mary David, Nina Hamilton
and Tula Daszkal of Salon-
ika, Greece, will highlight
the evening's festivities with
a program of exhibition and
audience instruction in cir-
cle Greek dancing. Tradi-
tional Greek refreshments,
including baklava, will be
served, There is no admis-
sion and president, Dr. Sion
Soleymani, invites the com-
munity.
"Go Greek" is the theme
of the Sephardic Communi-
ty's seventh annual spring
"Mediterranean Cabaret
Night" to be held 8:30 p.m.
April 3 at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek. Music will be provided
by "The Rhodians" a Greek-
American band.
The Hellenic Society for
the Performing Arts will
present a complete floor
show, featuring "The
Zorba Dancers." In addi-
tion, costumed Greek dan-
cers will instruct the audi-

ence in Greek dancing.
A full course dinner will
be served. Admission is by
advance reservation only.
For information, call Shir-
ley Gormezano, 547-5768;
Edythe Levine, 557-3287; or
the chairman, Mary Papo,
547-2379.
The fund-raising commit-
tee includes Rabbi Samuel
Betsalel, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Salva-
tore Katan, Mr. and Mrs.
Mario Sevy, Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Senor, Mary David,
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Roz-
encwetg, Bernard Jonas,
Sylvia Sima and Genie Bi-
zaoui.
Rabbi Betsalel, founder
and chairman of the Se-
phardic Community of
Greater Detroit's Boys
Town, Jerusalem scholar-
ship fund, announces the
five recipients who were
awarded full scholarships
for the next five years.
The students selected
are Zion Levy, one of 17
children of Yemenite par-
ents who immigrated to
Israel; Yoseph Moyal, one

UJA Israel Tour is Planned
for College Student Leaders

The United Jewish Ap-
peal will sponsor a six-week
summer mission to Europe
and Israel for university
students.
The mission, which leaves
this country June 29, will in-
clude historic tours and
meetings with Jewish
Agency, Joint Distribution
Committee and Israeli gov-
ernment personnel. A series
of seminars will be held at
the Hebrew University to
enable students to view
their experiences in histori-
cal perSpective.

Also included in the sum-
mer plan is a survey of Jew-
ish roots in Europe, an at-
tempt to learn the meaning
of the Holocaust, and an
analysis of the remaining
European Jewish communi-
ties.
Participating students
will be selected by per-
sonal interview on the ba-
sis of leadership involve-
ment in their local
community and , college
campus. All candidates
must have completed their
first year of college.

of six children of Moroc-
can parents who are pres-
ently living in an agricul-
tural settlement; Yoram
Chakak, a third-year stu-
dent in the School of Car-
pentry, whose family, liv-
ing under hardship
conditions, immigrated
from Persia and has six
children. Efraim Naftali is
one of 10 children of Iraqi
parents who immigrated
to Israel. His father is old,
unemployed and lives on
an old-age pension. Ef-
raim is studying mechan-
ics and is in his third year
at Yeshiva High School.
Hillel Maalumi, third-year
Yeshiva High School stu-
dent, is the son of parents
born in Persia. ) His father

.

is 70 and lives on an old-
age pension.
Proceeds from the Caba-
ret Night will benefit the
five students. The students
are selected on the basis of
scholastic ability and finan-
cial need.

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Natanya Hotel Fire Kills 5

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three Jewish youths and
four Arabs have been ar-
rested in connection with
the pre-dawn fire that'
swept the Park Hotel in
Natanya Saturday, killing
five persons and injuring 40.
The arrests indicate that
the police are pursuing two
lines of investigation — one
that the blaze was an act of
sabotage committed by ter-
rorists and the other that it
was arson connected with
the protection-extortion
racket.
The four Arab suspects
were all employes of the
hotel. Three are from Na-
blus on the West Bank and
one is an Israeli Arab. A Pa-
lestinian terrorist organiza-
tion has claimed credit for
the fire that caused an esti-
mated IL 7 million damage
to the recently built eight-
story luxury hotel.
The arson angle was
raised because of recent
threats made to the man-
ager of the hotel's night
club where the blaze ori-
ginated and to the owner
of the hotel by Israeli un-
derworld elements. Extor-
tionists reportedly 'de-
manded payment of IL
15,000 per month for
"protection."
There was no indication

whether the three Israeli
youths, all residents of Na-
tanya, had underworld con-
nections. Nor was it clear
whether they were the same
youngsters who threatened,
the night before the fire, to
burn down the place be-
cause they were refused
admission to the club.

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