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January 07, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-07

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44 Friday, January 7, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

.Local Mizrachi Leaders Emphasize
Israel's Great Mo'os Chitim Need

Economic pressures,
rise in inflation and the
pound's devaluation were
described by local Miz-
rachi leaders as creating
a greater need for aid to
the less fortunate, espe-
cially for Passover.
Renewal of the tra-
-* dition'al Mo'os Chitim

ONE MAN
ORCHESTRA.
to
3 PIECE
ORCHESTRA \

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Freddy Sheyer
398-2462

fundraising effort for
needy Israelis by the local
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi Organization was
announced here as an
urgency for the current
year. Passover's obser-
vances will commence on
April 2.
Phillip Stollman, local
and national Mizrachi
leader, and Zvi Tom-
kiewicz, executive direc-
tor of the local Mixrachi of-
fice, said they were en-
couraged by past generos-
ity of Detroit Jews and
hoped that that tradition
would continue.
Tomkiewicz said that
the supplies will be se-
cured from the Supersol

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL

U-M Had Extra Help at Ohio State

food markets, and
minimum gifts of $15 are
sought. The supply pack-
ages contain all -the basic
Passover needs.
Contributions to the
Mizrachi Mo'os Chitim
fund should be sent to De-
troit Mizrachi, 23125
Coolidge, Oak Park,
48237. For information,
call the Mizrachi office,
398-7180.



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Judge singing the Kedush a
Lawrence
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or members of the
The Cultural Arts De-.
January 1977 and 'June partment of the Jewish
1977 high school graduat- Community Center will
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also must demonstrate with the Jewish Welfare
financial need.
Board Lecture Bureau,
For application forms The Nesher Puppets in
and information write the "Bat Hamelech," 7:30
Scholarship Committee, p.m. Jan. 20 in the Cent-
16990 W. 12 Mile, South- er's Shiffman Hall.
field, 48076. Deadline is
The production "Bat
April 15.
Hamelech" is composed of
an introductory presen-
tation of poetry and songs
Detroiters Elected
by Dahlia Hertz, Israeli
--poetess and philosopher,
NEW YORK — De- followed by a one-hour
troiter Alan E. Schwartz puppet show. The pup-
has been elected to the peteers, -Sylvia and Yair
board of directors of the Nesher and Stewart
Council of Jewish Federa- Olesher, have developed a
tions and Welfare Funds, program in English with
and Mandell L. Berman musical background
has been re-elected.
based on the Chaim
Nachman Bialik story,
"The Daughter of the
King."
Tickets are now on sale
at the Center cashier.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call - the Cul-
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JERUSALEM (ZINS)
— From January-
November, 1976, 13,171
car accidents were re-
ported in which 547
people lost their lives and
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1975, 13,081 accidents oc-
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