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November 21, 1980 - Image 48

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Friday, November 21, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Holocaust Memorial Center Syrian Warning
(ZINS) — Syria
to Benefit From Parlor Event has CAIRO
warned that any plan by

( Flint News

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Hasidic Festival Troupe Due

The Israeli Hasidic Festi-
val will be at Flint's Cong.
Beth Israel 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3.
Its appearance here is
sponsored by the commu-
nity activities committee of
the Flint Jewish Federa-
tion.
The Israeli Hasidic Festi-
val originated in 1969 as a
contest for the best music
set to biblical verses, and
every year since, composers
from around the world enter
their works. The winning

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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songs, judged by the audi-
ences after having been
selected from hundreds of
entries, are performed by
Israel's top entertainers to
"audiences in Jerusalem'
Tel Aviv and Haifa. These
songs are then staged for
the traveling theater prod-
uction, which will return to
the U.S. for the sixth year.
Tickets will be available
at the door.

Community
Calendar

Sunday — USY Tikun
Olam Mitzvathon.
Monday — Beth Israel
Sisterhood board meeting,
noon; Temple Beth El board
meeting, 8 p.m.
Tuesday — Keren Or
board meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday—Interfaith
service at Cong. Beth Israel.

MAGICIAN

DAVID HERMELIN

committee.
Persons who are in-
terested in participating in
the parlor meeting on be-
half of the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center may contact
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig,
executive director, 559-
3649.

Lou H. Zissen of Klein
Realty, died Nov. 9 at age
79.
Mr. Zissen lived in Flint
since 1952. He was a
member of Temple Beth El,
the Elks and the University
Club. He resided at G-3100
Miller Rd.
Mr. Zissen is survived by
his wife, Ilah; a son, Michael
A. of San Jose, Calif.; a
daughter, Barbara J. Klein
of Pompano Beach, Fla.; one
brother, five sisters and
eight grandsons.

Cigarettes Up

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli smokers will have to
pay 20 percent more for
local cigarettes.

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Sun. 6 a.m.
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Dec. 28, 1980

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your organization.
club or private party.

Stage Shows
Close up magic

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Israel to annex the Golan
Heights will endanger
peace in the Middle East.
A Syrian government
news agency called on the
international community to
end Israel's "aggressive and
expansionist" policies.
Syria also condemned the
United Nations for not
sanctioning Israel for "an-
nexing" Jerusalem.

Flint Obituaries

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The experiences of the
President's Commission on
the Holocaust on their study
mission to the concentra-
tion camps of Europe will be
recounted in a slide pre-
sentation at a meeting on
behalf of the Holocaust
Memorial Center 8 p.m.
Monday in the Birmingham
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
B. Hermelin.
Henry Dorfman, chair-
man of the capital and
endowment campaign, will
join Hermelin in welcoming
the guests to the parlor
meeting, at which architect
Leonard G. Siegal will show
the plans for the Holocaust
Memorial Center. The HMC
is to be constructed as an

HENRY DORFMAN

addition to the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
Guest speaker Alice L.
Eckardt, special consultant
to the President's Commis-
sion on the Holocaust, will
show her slides of the mis-
sion. On this and other trips
with her husband Roy, Prof.
Eckar.dt has interviewed
many survivors and viewed
the sites of the major con-
centration camps.
The Jewish Commu-
nity Center will lend its
operating resources, and
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration is assisting with
the capital and endow-
ment fund campaign.
Endowment funds will be
held by the - United
Jewish Charities, senior
member of Federation,
which maintains respon-
sibility for management
of more than 300 endow-
ment funds.
Leon Halpern is chair-
man of the Holocaust
Memorial Center, and
Samuel Hechtman chairs
the joint Jewish Commu-
nity Center-HMC building

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LOUIS MARSHALL-
SUBURBAN LODGE and
CHAPTER will hold their
joint Hanuka dinner-
meeting 8 p.m. Dec. 9 at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Dinner will be served at
6:30 p.m. Entertainment
will be provided by Rabbi
Yitzhak Woolf and the
Lubavitcher Youth Choir. A
film on Hanuka in Israel
will be shown. There is a
charge for dinner. For
reservations, call Eileen Is-
rael, 341-2878; or Carl
Pearl, 838-5384.

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