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October 13, 1989 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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I LOCAL NEWS

THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
Metropolitan Detroit District

INVITES
YOU TO

Council Program
Helps The Hungry

f°111"

THE MOST EAGERLY
AWAITED MUSICAL
EVENT OF THE
FALL SEASON

PLAN NOW TO ATTEND:

Wednesday, October 25, 1989
7:30 P.M.
Ford Auditorium

Honoring
IRWIN and BETFIEA GREEN

who will be presented the very
prestigious Justice Louis D. Brandeis
Award "in recognition of their inspiring
leadership and exemplary service in
support of Israel, the Jewish community
and the advancement of the spiritual
values of Judaism."

FABULOUS STAR-STUDDED SHOW

DAVID (DUDU) FISHER

YAFFA YARKONI

DAVID SYME

Israel's newest superstar who
starred in the great Israeli version
of Les Miserables and recently
performed a Royal Command
Performance in London.

Israel's 'Ambassador of
Song." A favorite of
European and American
audiences.

Featured soloist at Lincoln
Center, Kennedy Center,
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
and Meadowbrook Festival.

MAX SOSIN, master of ceremonies
MACK PITT, musical conductor

FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 569-1515

or write to the

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER

18451 West 10 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075
RABBI M. ROBERT SYME, President Metro Detroit District
MILTON SHAPIRO, National President, ZOA

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13_1989

The Jewish Community
Council, in conjunction with
its activities as a member of
the Detroit Committee for
World Food Day, has
developed "The 7 Percent
Solution" to help the hungry.
At 7 a.m. on Sunday at
WDIV. - Channel 4, Allen
Zemmol, chairman of the
Domestic Concerns Commit-
tee, will discuss World Food
Day.
The Detroit Committee for
World Food Day is an inter-
faith coalition working to in-
crease public awareness of the
hunger issue.
Now preparing for its fourth
year, the campaign asks area
restaurants to donate a por-
tion of their day's proceeds
from Thursday, to the Com-
mittee for World Food Day for
distribution to emergency
food providers in Michigan.
Recruitment of restaurants
by a number of volunteers in
the Jewish and general com-
munities is coordinated by
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, which also follows up with
restaurants, collects proceeds
and turns the funds over to
the Committee.
For the names of par-
ticipating restaurants call the
Jewish Community Council,
962-1880.

Social Club
Annual Dinner

The Colony Park and
Laurel Woods Apartments
Social Club will have its an-
nual installation dinner at
Southfield Charley's 7 p.m.
Oct. 21 with dancing and
entertainment by Frankie
Paul. There is a charge and
friends are invited.
The new slate of officers for
this year are: president,
Lillian Dean; vice-presidents,
Sohie Caplan, Faye Harrison,
Theda Levy and Dorothy
Niskar; secretary, Ann
Greenbaum; treasurer, Betty
Taylor; and co-treasurer Bess
Warniek.

Israeli Artist
Presents Seminar

The Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah and the
Midrasha will present Israeli
poet, artist and historian
Suzie Russek-Osherov, 10
a.m. Oct. 23.
Born in Poland after World
War II, Osherov and her fami-
ly emigratedto Israel in 1950.
She studied art at Bezalel Art
Academy and history at Tel
Aviv University. Her poems
and short stories have ap-
peared in cultural and

literary magazines in Israel.
Her paintings have been
shown in Israel and abroad,
including her latest show as
guest artist in Stuttgard and
Ludwigsburg, Germany.
Osherov's seminar will
focus on a spiritual journey
from Poland to Israel to
Europe through lecture, pain-
tings, and poems.
There is a charge. Babysit-
ting is available.
For information and reser-
vations, call Hadassah,
683-5030.

Simcha Holds
Sukkot Event

Simcha, a supportive
organization for Jewish les-
bians and gays, will sponsor
a Sukkot celebration 6 p.m.
Sunday. Bring a vegetarian
dish to share. New members
and guests are welcome. Call
the Simcha hotline, 353-8025,
for directions.
In November, Simcha will
spnsor a panel discussion
about "coming out" and rele-
vant issues for Jewish gays
and lesbians.

Bridge Classes
Are Offered

Bridge classes for all levels
of players from beginners to
those interested in learning
conventions are available at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. Evening
and day classes are available.
For information, call the
Center 661-1000, ext. 335.

City Of Hope
Fashion Show

City of Hope's local Helen
Rosenberg Cancer Fighters
Chapter will sponsor a
"Glamorama Fashion Ex-
travaganza," 10 a.m., Nov. 1
at Mat Shalom Synagogue.
The day will include bouti-
que holiday shopping, lunch
and a fashion show produced
by Leah Marks.
Chairing the day will be
Andi Wayburn and Sylvia
Epstein. There is a charge.
For information, call Sylvia
Epstein, 557-3519.

Nursery School
Celebrates Shabbat

The Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center
nursery school will celebrate
Sukkot 11:45 a.m. Monday-
Friday, with the senior adult
choir, Loie Meron, senior
adult dancers, Fran Aaron
and Cantor Max Shimansky.
Refreshments will be served.

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