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February 16, 1979 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Slates Variety of Events

---- The Jewish Community
Center, at both its Maple-
:Drake and 10 Mile loca-
tions, has made available a
§;_:hedule of activities of pub-
interest.
A "Once for Fun" day will
begin 11 a.m. Sunday at the
10 Mile branch, featuring_
half-hour demonstrations of
'ithysical education activi-
ties. For information, call
the Center branch, 967-
;_ 46 ' 30.
The Eastern Michigan
_ _jomen's Gymnastic team
'sent a gymnastics
exh .,on 1 p.m. Sunday in
the gymnasium of the
Aff,aple-Drake building. The
public is invited.
Registration for the
spring season will take
place in the main build-
ing 9 a.m. Feb. 25 for
members and 11 a.m. that
day for non-members.
HMail-in registration will
l available for mem-
, bers, and is due March 7.
The Center's Children's
Film Series will present
"The Rescuers" 2 p.m. Feb.
25 in the Aaron DeRoy
Studio Theater in the main
Center complex. There is a
6;arge. For information,
call the Center's cultural
arts department, 661-1000,
ext. 250.

Soloists include Jeffrey
Chajes, Cheryl Toncray and
Mark Dubois. There is a
charge. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 164.
The Center will hold its
annual Purim party 1
p.m. March 11 in the main
building.
The day will include a
carnival, clowns,
troubadors and costume
contests. Gymnastics, disco
and Israeli dancing will
highlight the afternoon,
and traditional refresh-
ments will be available.
Center Stage, the Jewish
Center's theatrical com-
pany, will present, "Tevye
and His Daughters" March
22, 24, 25, 31, April 1, 7 and
8 in the DeRoy Studio Thea-

ter. Kosher dinner theater
evenings will be held on the
Sundays the production is
slAed. For tickets, call the
Center cashier's office,
661-1000, ext. 138.
The Center currently-is
featuring an exhibition of
the work of its Camera
Club.
The Center library has
made available the titles of
new releases it has ob-
tained: "Evergreen" by
Belva Plain; "Racquela, A
Woman of Israel" by Ruth
Gruber; "Souls on Fire, Por-
traits and Legends of
Hasidic Masters" and "A
Jew Today" by Elie Wiesel;
"The Law of Gravity" by
Johanna Hurwitz; and
"Morning Is a Long Time
Coming" by Bette Greene.

Israel Bonds Will Seek
Holders of Mature Issues

A mobilization of leader-
ship is being organized to
channel back to Israel ur-
gently needed loan fund dol-
lars, announced David B.
Hermelin, general chair-
man of Greater Metropoli-
tan Detroit State of Israel
Bonds.
Hermelin said $141 mil-
lion nationally and more
than $6 million locally in
State of Israel Saving Bonds
will mature this year, the
result of an outpouring of
support for Israel during the
1967 Six-Day War. Included
in these maturing securities
are 1964 coupon bonds, to
mature in March of this
year.
"We want to reach the
thousands of people who re-
sponded to Israel's need in a
time of crisis, remind theni
that their bonds have ma-
tured and are awaiting re-
demption by the bond hol-
SONNY ELIOT
Channel 4 weathercaster ders," said Hermelin. "We
Sonny Eliot will narrate also want to put these loan
rokofiev's "Peter and the dollars back to work in Is-
olf' at a Young People's rael, to re-build her
Concert of the Center Sym- strengths during a year of
phony Orchestra 3:30 p.m. great challenge, so she may
'arch 4 in the Shiffman grow economically stronger
Hall of the main Jewish as she moves forward
toward peace."
Center.
The 1967 Israel Bond
purchases represented
ospital Names
largest amount of
hree for Honors the
loan fund dollars re-
Marvin Novick was ceived by the Israel gov-
cted chairman of the ernment in any year since
dvisory.board of Provi- the inception of the Bond
nce Hospital. He has been program, but Hermelin
member of the board since emphasized that once a
bond is matured, Israel
74.
Irene Silverman, im- can no longer utilize the
.Aediate past president of
tir Lady of Providence Akiva PTA Plans
the hospital's vol- Cultural Event
of
[ te.._ organization, was
Akiva Hebrew Day
med to the board.
..,,Dr. Louis W. Kaufman, School's PTA will present a
ast president of the medi- program on "The Diversity
'',' staff, was honored with of Jewish Culture," 8:30
onorary lifetime member- p.m. Saturday in the home
ip on the advisory board. of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pro-
stak, 26019 Woodvilla,
Southfield.
aception Set
Guest speakers will be
' Women's Division of the Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Behar.
tlreater Detroit Round
Mrs. Behar also will give a
[
1 7,- ble of the National Con-
presentation of Sephardic
erence of Christians and folklore.
ws, will host a reception
For information, call
onoring Dr. and Mrs.
Toby Schlussel, 557-3810;
bert Frehse 1 p.m. Feb. Sheila Guyer, 557-4685; or
5 at the division headquar-
Shifra Zwick, 355-5010. The
, rs, 150 W. Boston Blvd., public is invited free of
charge.
D.,- troit.

capital but must hold it in
escrow for redemption of
the bond.
"We will need hundreds of
volunteers to reach the
thousands of holders of ma-
tured bonds. Israel needs
capital this year as never
before, and looks to us to re-
invest our faith and our dol-
lars in the Jewish home-
land," he said.

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Flint Mission
to Capital Nears

Reservations are still
being taken for the day-long
United Jewish Appeal mis-
sion to Washington, D.C.,
leaving Flint's Bishop Air-
port 7:05 a.m. Wednesday.
The day-long event will
include meetings with Is-
raeli embassy officials,
meetings with the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs
Committee, local Con-
gressmen and at the State
Department.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the
Council, 767-5922.
Meanwhile, UJA Shabat
will be observed Feb. 25.
Cong. Beth Israel will have
services 9 a.m. Feb. 24 fol-
lowed by a kidush. The
community is invited.

968-0808

CAMOIDS--PORTRAITS—MOVIES--OUTDOOR
SETTINGS—INSTANT PASSPORT PHOTOS

J

Mel Eisenberg

Two Israeli high school
students will visit Flint
Feb. 25-March 4 to meet
with their American peers.
The students will be spon-
sored by the Israeli Minis-
tries of Foreign Affairs and
Education.
During their stay, the Is-
raeli students will visit
schools, talk with students,
appear before classes and
participate in after-school
activities.

MISS FRANKLIN
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Franklin of Huntington
Woods announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Alene Susan, to Jeffrey
Marc Lipshaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Freed of
Huntington Woods and Mr.
Harold Lipshaw of Albany,
Calif.
Miss Franklin is a
sophomore at Harvard Uni- Summer Date
versity. Her fiance earned a for Trifa Case?
BA degree at the University
of Michigan and is a JD de-
An assistant U.S. attor-
gree candidate at Stanford ney in Detroit says the gov-
University.
ernment's case against Ar-
chbishop Valerian Trifa, ac-
cused of inciting a bloody
riot against the Jews of
Bucharest in 1941, may
come to trial this spring.
A clerk for federal Judge
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND Cornelia Kennedy, how-
AUXILIARY will meet 8 ever, said the judge's
p.m. Tuesday in the Jewish schedule would not permit
War Veterans Memorial the trial to start until at
Home. President Jean least July.
The case against Trifa
Friedman will distribute
anniversary membership has been pending for four
pins to members who have years. He is accused of con-
qualified. Volunteers are cealing his membership in
needed for a party in March the Romanian Iron Guard
for the children of the D.J. when he entered the U.S.
Healy Home. To volunteer, and denying that member-
call Ms. Friedman, 557- ship when he became a citi-
zen.
1483.

547-2464

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Saturday — USY dance
party; and Keren Or bowl-
ing party, 8:30 p.m., South-
land Lanes.
Sunday — USY general
meeting.
Tuesday —
UJA
Women's Division cabinet
meeting, 10 a.m., Council
office; and Bnai Brith
board meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday — UJA
mini-mission to Washing-
ton; and Hadassah meeting.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
meeting, noon, Temple Beth
El.

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