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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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WHEN TALKING TO FRIENDS, JUST ISN'T ENOUGH .. .

CALL 647-5540

Israeli Vocalist Here
For DZF Celebration

Israeli vocalist Sandra
Johnson-Ben Dor will head-
line this year's Yom Yerusha-
layim celebration set for 7:30
p.m. May 12 at the United
Hebrew School Auditorium.
The celebration, entitled "To
Jerusalem With Love," will
mark the 21st anniversary of
the reunification of Jeru-
salem by the Israel Defense
Forces in the Six-Day War.
Persons who participated in
approved Israel programs
during 1987 or who will be
participating in 1988, espe-
cially those of high school and
college age, are being sought
by the committee for special
recognition during the even-
ing's festivities, according to
Helen Naimark, chairman,
and Sara Schiff, co-chairman
of the event. Contact the
Detroit Zionist Federation's
offices, 353-8828.
Committee members in-
clude Ezekiel Leikin, Emil
Wolok, Joe Medwed, Laraine
Knoppow, Dorothy Mahlin,
Bennie Epel, Karen A. Katz,
Lee Warshay, Yefet Ozery,
Esther 'Pal, Sol Lachman,

Allan Gale, Sue Sendler,
Aviva Phillips, Annette
Meskin, Annette Epel and
Shoshanna Wolok. The pro-
gram is being sponsored
again this year by the Detroit
Zionist Federation, with co-
sponsorship by the Israel Pro-
gram Center of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, the
Jewish Community Council
and the Jewish Community
Center.
Johnson-Ben Dor has been
living and performing in
Israel since early 1973. She
has performed in every venue
of Israeli stage life including
the Habimah National
Theater. She is a regular on
Israeli television show
Allegro, and has performed in
Israeli national ceremonies in
the presence of Prime
Ministers Begin, Peres and
Shamir.

For every paid adult admis-
sion, a complimentary youth
ticket will be given. Ticket in-
formation is available from
the Detroit Zionist Federation
office, 353-8828.

Soviet Jewry Focus
Of Women's Program

STAFF REPORT

F

ormer refuseniks now
living in the Detroit
area will tell the
stories of their journey from
perseuction to freedom dur-
ing a luncheon of the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
The luncheon, - the con-
cluding event of the "Food for

70th Birthday
Celebrations

Cong. Shaarey Zedek of
East Lansing will celebrate
its 70th birthday April 22-24.
The congregation will honor
Louise Werbelow, chairman of
the debt retirement commit-
tee, when it burns its mor-
tgage at noon April 24.
In addition, the congrega-
tion will dedicate its new
Torah. The Torah committee
was chaired by Stuart Mor-
rison. A scribe will assist in
completing the letters for
more than 150 families who
have aided in the purchase of
the new Ibrah.
Chairman of the weekend is
Anita Baron, and co-
chairmen are Patrick and
Anita Mitchell. Sherwood
Bermanis 'd t•

Thought" series, will be held
at noon Thursday at
Somerset Inn in Troy.
In addition to the
refuseniks, Elaine Zaks,
supervisor of resettlement
service and a social worker
with the Jewish Family Ser-
vice, will speak at the lun-
cheon. Zaks has worked close-
ly with Soviet Jews, helping
them resettle in their new
country.
A highlight of the program
will be the showing of
Mothers for Freedom, a video
which recalls the plight of
former refuseniks whose
children are still being de-
tained in the Soviet Union.

Kids' Zionist
Congress Meets

Jerusalem (JTA) — For the
first time in history, an Arab
served as cochairman of a
Zionist Congress.
His name is Ibufik Boulus,
and he is 11 years old and
lives is Jaffa. The chairman
who appointed him is Yisrael
Niv of Kibbutz Sarid, also 11.
The event was the third
Zionist Congress organized by
Children for Zionism, held
recently at the Weizmann
School in Jaffa.

• Individual Counseling for Children,
Adolescents and Adults.

Dea Farrah , MSW, ACSW
Certified Social Worker

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