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April 23, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-23

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3 Communal Lea-tiers Head
Planners for Isaacs Dinner

News Brevities

"PINOCCHIO," perennial c h i 1 -
dren's favorite, will be the annual
children's spring festival program
of the Department of Parks and
Recreation dance classes 3 p.m.
Sunday, at Mackenzie High School.

Mrs. J. H. Ehrlich

Morris Brandwine

Morris Brandwine has accepted
the chairmanship of the planning
committee for the Jewish National
Fund dinner which will honor
Bernard Isaacs June 16, Dr. Israel
Wiener, chairman of the JNF
Council, announced.
Abe Kasle has been named hon-
orary chairman of - the committee.
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich and Philip
Slomovitz are honorary vice-
chairmen. The committee, now in
formation, will be announced later.
Brandwine expressed the hope
that the dinner will bring in a
sum exceeding $20,000 for the
planting of a forest of 10,000 trees
in Mr. Isaacs' honor.
The Bernard Isaacs Forest in
Israel will be part of the large
John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest
being planted by the JNF.
Brandwine said reservations for
the June 16 dinner will be by the
planting of a minimum of 25 trees
—at $2 a tree—per couple. He
predicted that many admirers of
Mr. Isaacs will plant Gardens in
Israel — of 100 trees each — and
that there is hope that some
may wish to plan Israel Groves of
1,000 trees each.
Abe Kasle, who served as presi-
dent of the United Hebrew Schools
for 16 years, most of them during
Mr. Isaacs' superintendentship, ex-
pressed confidence that hundreds
of prominent Detroiters who were
Mr. Isaacs' students will plan to
attend the dinner and to pay hon-

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or to the man who supervised their
Jewish education.
Former UHS students and all
friends of Mr. Isaacs are asked to
communicate with the JNF office,
18414 Wyoming, UN. 4-2767, to
enlist as participants in the June
16 dinner.

Pesach Luncheon Set
for Cong. Adas Shalom

A Pesach luncheon is to be
served today in Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue following closing holiday
services in which the choir and
the Adas Shalom chapters of
United Synagogue Youth parti-
cipated. An original program pre-
pared by the youth is planned.
Youth participants in the ser-
vice were Richard Bloom, Charles
Berris, Michael Cohen, Len Far-
ber, Ilene Grossman, Jerry Hopt-
man, Sam Johnson, Daniel Marwil,
Lisa Morrison, Tommy Schwartz,
Michelle Shel, Daniel Shevitz, Mark
Schneider, Barry Ulrych, Jeffrey
Zaks and Sheila Waldman.

Susan Heideman Wins
3rd Prize in Science Fair

The Jewish News regrets the
omission of Susan Heideman's
name from the list of award win-
ners in the annual Metropolitan
Detroit Science Fair
Susan, a ninth grader at Hamp-
ton Junior High, placed third for
her exhibit, "Exposure of Para-
mecia -to Ultraviolet Radiation
Levels."
Susan is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Heideman, 18421 Pen-
nington.

Israel to Host Actors
of Catholic University

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which launched the Soviet dance
invasion in 1958 with a record
breaking triumph, returns to De-
troit, May 14, 15, 16, for four per-
formances at Masonic Auditorium.
• * *
Famous in the United States al-
ready from his first American ap-
pearance in 1960, Soviet pianist
SVIATOSLAV RICHTER, whom
Time Magazine has called "one of
the world's great pianists," will ap-
pear in a single concert at De-
troit's Masonic Auditorium, May 7.
* * *
Next week has been proclaimed
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Romney and the mayors of Detroit
area communities. Lions clubs in
the metropolitan area will be sell-
ing miniature white canes during
this week to successfully carry on
its service to the blind.

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The paintings of ROBERT WAT-
SON will be exhibited April 27
through May 10 beginning with a
preview and reception 5:30 to 9
p.m. Monday at the ARWIN GAL-
LERIES.
* * *
The touring company of Drama-
tic Arts Studio will present Hans
Christian Anderson's children's
play "THE RED SHOES" April 24
at Highland Park High School.
* * *
"IN WHITE AMERICA," last
year's recipient of the Vernon
Rice Award for the most outstand-
ing dramatic achievement off-
Broadway, will come to Detroit
for a special performance 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 2, in the Ford Audi-
torium. It will be shown here un-
der the auspices of the American
Civil Liberties Union of Michigan.
Tickets are available at Grinn-
ell's, Marwil's Bookstore, and the
ACLU office.
* * *
The North-Central Group, MICH-
IGAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION,
will meet 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Jewish Center to hear Dr. Fred
W Whitehouse of Ford Hospital
speak on "Jobs, Insurance and
Diabetes." The public is invited.
* * *
The PHILADELPHIA ORCHES-
TRA, described by Paul Henry
Lang of the New York Herald
Tribune as "the solid gold Cadillac
of eastern orchestras," makes its
annual trek to the Motor City, May
5, for a performance at Masonic
Auditorium. Led by its musical
director and conductor EUGENE
ORMANDY, the orchestra will
bring with it nine tons of equip-
ment valued at more than a half-
million dollars, and a reputation
for excellence matched by few
similar groups in the world.
* * *
Mrs. Lawrence Gubow and Mrs.
Fred E. Reichel announce that all
women are invited to an "AC-
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scheduled for noon May 8 at the
Western Golf and Country Club.
Sponsored by women of the 17th
Congressional District Democratic
Woman's organization, the show
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gresswoman Martha Griffiths and
State Central Vice Chairman, Ade-
laide Hart. For tickets, call ticket
chairman Mrs. Irving Cane, 342-
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