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April 14, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-14

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activities in Society

Allan J. Roth, former Detroiter now living in Seattle, Wash-
ington, is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roth, and
sister, Sandy, at Church Ave., Oak Park.
The Bodzin Family Club will hold a the4ter party Sunday at
the h.ome of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bodzin of Freeland Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Michaels of Marlowe Ave. have returned
from a Caribbean cruise aboard the Queen Fredrika, visiting five
ports during their 14-day sojourn.
Mr. , and Mrs. Jules Doneson of the Jules Doneson Travel
Agency are in Grand Bahama Island attending the convention of
the Mid-America Chapter of the American Society of Travel Agents.
They will later fly to Mexico City and Acapulco before returning
to Detroit.
Sam Klein departed last week for a short visit to Israel.
Mrs. Anna Finkel and Mrs. Rose Goldberg are aboard the Queen
Elizabeth on their way to a European holiday and a visit to Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Prady of Seneca Ave., Oak Park, were vis-
ited during the Passover festival by their children and grandchil-
dren of Fort Wayne, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. (Audrey) Gerson,
Robin Rhonda and Daniel.
Mrs. John (Anna) Farkus is now living in her new home at
16261 Tuller.

Lansing Israel Bond:: Campaign
Kickoff Brunch to Host Feinberg

The Bar Mitzvah Year Israel
Bond campaign in Lansing and
East Lansing will be inaugu-
rated at a brunch 10:30 a.m.
April 23 at the Eagle Cafe, Z14
N. Washington.
Chairman of the committee
is George M.
Kessler, 1127
Lilac. Kessler,
professor of
horticulture at
Michigan State
University, has
long been ac-
tive in pro-
grams on be-
half of Israel.
Members of
the committee
are Dr. David
M. Kahn, Ar-
thur L. Kra-
mer, Joseph
Meites, B.en
Marion, Dr.
Harold A. Feinberg
Shnider, Israel Subar and Harry
P. Waits:
Guest speaker will be Ira
Feinberg, Haganah war hero,
world traveler and Middle East
expert, who has just completed
a 16,000-mile tour of the Soviet
Union, North Africa and Israel.

Ben and Adam, Young
Israeli Folk Singers,
Premier at Galerie

A 21-city concert tour of the
popular young "Dudaim," Ben
and Adam, will be preceded by
a two-week engagement of the
folk-singing duo at Cafe Galerie,
today through April 27, according
to Tzvi Wachtel, owner of the
coffee house at 19940 Livernois.
Following their performance
here, they will embark on a
U.S. tour under the auspices of
the Israel Culture Department.
They will perform May 5 in Ann
Arbor.
,Ben Ambursky, a third genera-
tion sabra (Israel native), served
in the Arab-Israeli war, and after
each day's fighting, trained an
army choir sent throughout Israel
to entertain other fighting units.
After the war, he met Adam
Gurion at a party in Jerusalem
where they decided to form a
quartet with two friends. The
quartet broke up when Adam
went to Tel Aviv to study panto-
mime, but Ben soon folloWed him
to the big city, and they were an
instant success with their "new
style" of quiet harmony.
A successful seven-month en-
gagement in Paris followed their
Israel-wide acclaim, and they
toured England, Scotland and
Holland. , Adam was asked by
famed pantomimist Marcel Mar-
ceau to accompany his troup to
the United States. The "Dudaim"
arrived in the U.S. in October.
They have recorded several
albums in Sp a n i s h, English,
French, Russian, Hebrew, and
Greek, and are recording another
album expressly for the Ameri-
can audience.

Feinberg went to Israel in
1947 when he was only 17. Dur-
ing the Israeli War of Libera-
tion he took part in building
and fighting for the "Burma
Road" which saved Jerusalem.
Prior to the war he aided in
bringing Jewish illegal immi-
grants into Palestine, then un-
der the British mandate.
For a number of years Fein-
berg served in the military in-
telligence branch of the United
States Army as a translator of
Arabic. He speaks many Arabic
dialects and = several foreign
.languages. He has met the key
government officials of Israel
during a survey :trip of the
Jewish nation.

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of Orinoco Cir , Birmingham,
thcoming mar-
announce the
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riage of their d
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Hanley Yorke,
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8ngagements

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Saslove
of Hubbell Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marsha Esther, to Jack Frank,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Frank of .Los Angeles, Calif. A
May 23 wedding is planned.

Large selection of china
in many designs and
colors.

Investment Chib Holds
Quarterly Meeting

The Detroit-Israel Investment
Club No. 1 will hold its quar-
terly meeting 8:30 p.m. MondOy
at the home of Dr: and Mrs.
Leo Orecklin, 18655 Oak.
on investments will
Laven Appointed to be Reports
given -and future investments
Yeshiva University will be discussed. Dr. I. Walter.
Silver, pr ident, asks all mem-
President's Council bers t tend. For information,
a Zionist- House, DI 1-8540.
- Daniel A. Laven, president of • ca
the Central Heating Co., De-
troit, has been appoinet 9 to
Don Frohman Chorus
President's Council of
iva
University in New Y e
Mumford High,
t was
announced by Dr. Sa i Belkin,
April 30
president of the univ sity.
The President's Council, com-
posed of outstanding communal
leaders in the United States and
Canada, advises on the future
ng are m•er
development of the university.
Studios, Candi A
by
man Jaffee, J. J. Clarke
ios,
Laven, of 333 Covington, is
Coy"
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chairman of the Beth Yehuda
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Schools. He is a member of t
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board of governors of the J
Telespot
ish Welfare Federation and
by How-
Jewish Home for t
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en w
am d,
Man of
Year b the Beth
Yehu
Schools, and, in 1952,
he
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are
being held under the
dir
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roceeds from the
will
to needy cantors
United
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s and Isr
ccording to
Can
Ackerman, chair-
man of the concert committee.
He is assisted by.Ca
s Reuven
Frankel and Jac
for Hyman A
the,Cantor

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