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April 30, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-30

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Chorus to Honor Director Frohman
at 40th Anniversary Concert Sunday

The members of the Don Froh-
man Chorus will pay tribute to
their director, Don Frohman, for
his contributions of 35 years as
director, at the 40th annual con-
cert 8:30 p.m. Sunday, at the De-
troit Institute of Arts.
For this concert, members of
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
will join the 100-voice chorus in
presenting their special program.
The main feature of this varied
program will be director Froh-
man's Oratorio, "The New Song,"
for solo, chorus and orchestra.
Twelve vocal soloists will be pre-
sented with chorus and orchestra.
Guest artists are the duo piano
team, Rebecca Frohman and
Marion Hahn.
For reservations, call LI 5-5680
or DI 1-2413.

Sabra Trio, War Veterans, Col. Arnon
to Be on Israel Anniversary Program

Sabra Trio, highly acclaimed
group of Israeli folk singers and
dancers, will highlight the artistic
portion of the celebration of Is-
rael's independence, Sunday, May
9, 8 p.m., at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue. The celebration is presented
annually under auspices of the
joint committee of the Jewish
Community Council and Zionist
Council of Detroit.
Sidney M. Shevitz and Irving
Pokempner, co-chairman of the
joint committee and Morris Lieber-
man, chairman of the program
planning committee, announce that
performers who will interpret the
mood and message of Israel in song
and dance include Arella Barley,
the Zionist Youth Chorus and a
group of Israel instrumentalists.
Members of the Jewish War
Veterans and Zionist Youth Coun-
cil will participate in - the presenta-
tion of the American and Israeli
flags.
The keynote address will be
delivered by Col. A v r a h a m
Arnon of the Israeli army.
The Sabra Trio consist of Yael
Livni, Uri Katz and Shlomo Biad-
erman. Miss Livni is a choreog-
rapher and dance teacher by pro-
fession and a long time associate
with various dance groups in
Israel. Katz is a former member
of the famous Haifa IVIunicipality

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Dance Group and also toured
Europe with the award-winning
Israeli Student Folk Dancers.
Biederman is the composer of
many Israeli songs and was a first
prize winner in the 1962 Israeli
National Music Festival.
Tickets for the Detroit program
are available through Council af-
filiated organizations or from the
Community Council, WO 2-6710.

Planting of Tree
Suggested as Way
to Honor Mother

TOPEKA, Kans. (JTA) — Anti-
Jewish housing discrimination is
being practiced in this s t ate,
especially in a section of Johnson
County, according to various wit-
nesses who testified here in favor
of a state fair housing law at a
hearing conducted • by the state's
Senate committee on federal and
state affairs.
Under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Nathan Schechter, of the Bnai
Brith Anti - Defamation League,
Jewish leaders, including several
rabbis, testified about housing dis-
crimination affecting Jews.
Property owners in Johnson
County, said the witnesses, refuse
to sell to prospective purchasers
who are Jewish, some mortgage
companies will not hold mortgages
on homes owned by Jews, and in
some neighborhOods the property
owner and his neighbors must
agree before a house is sold to a
Jew.
Mrs. Schechter, who is also a
member of the Kansas Advisory
Commission on Human Rights,
pleaded with the committee to ap-
prove a fair housing bill. She was
supported by realtors from sev-

Central High Graduates
of 1955 to Stage Reunion

Central High School's January
and June 1955 graduating classes
will hold a 10-year reunion 9 p.m.
June 5 in the Grand Ballroom of
the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
The program will include danc-
ing, refreshments, entertainment
and prizes. Graduates of either
class are asked to inform former
classmates about the reunion. For
reservations, write Eugene Driker,
6342 London, 48221, or call him at
UN 1-4254.

Terry Braunstein and his broth-
The Jewish National Fund rec-
ommends "Saying It with Trees" er, Ron, were members of the
to honor Mother on Mother's Day, curling team which won the Man-
which this year will be observed itoba, Canada, championship.
May 9. A traditional way of mark-
ing Mother's Day, the JNF tree
certificate symbolizes the planting
of trees in Israel as a means of
eternally recording the names of
loved ones. This certificate will be
mailed to the mother honored, or
to the relatives of mothers whose
memory is to be perpetuated by
the planting of trees.
In an appeal to organizations,
Dr. Israel Wiener, JNF president,
stated: "The Jewish National Fund
is again providing a particularly
appropriate and dignified way of
honoring Mother. "A growing tree
is a living tribute to every mother.
Let trees in Israel honor, or
memorialize her."
Dr. Wiener also cited the im-
portance of trees to Israel's econ-
omy. Many newcomers to Israel
are employed by the. JNF in the
planting of the trees.
Certificates can now be ordered
from the Jewish National Fund of-
fice, UN 4-2767, or through JNF
tree chairmen of affliated organi-
zations. Mother's Day trees can be
planted in the John F. Kennedy
Peace Forest.
The JNF office, 18414 Wyoming,
will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May
9 for the convenience of those who
may want to pick up a Mother's
Day certificate on their way to
visit.

eral Kansas cities. The measure is violation of public policy against
opposed by Johnson County's discrimination. Officials of the
club declined comment on the
Board of Realtors.
*
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charges.
HACKENSACK, N.J. (JTA) —
It charged that more than 1,300
Two couples who are members of families were prevented from sell-
the Packanack Lake Country Club ing, renting or leasing their prop-
and Community Association, erty or permititng it to be used
charging that the organization bars by persons who were members of
Jews and all other persons except the club or not approved for mem-
"northern European Christians" bership.
from membership, have filed suit
in a New Jersey Court against the
alleged practices.
TRADITION! TRADITION!
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conover
and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mooney,
residents of Packanack, a rural
community, filed the suit in the
Chancery division of the New Jer-
sey Superior Court. They asked the
court to declare the alleged mem-
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ported record earnings for the 39
weeks ended March 27. Net in-
come was $2,725,000 after provi-
sions of $2,665,000 for federal in-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 30, 1965-29

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