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May 26, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-26

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Flint 'Reports Plans for Two Studies •
Raises $247.812 to Date for UJA

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, May 26, 1967

News Brevities

The GREATER DETROIT MUS-
CULAR DYSTROPHY DRIVE will
be kicked off June 6, and volun-
teers are currently being sought
from the Wayne and Oakland
County area. For information, call
the Muscular Dystrophy Associa-
tions of America, 961-5400,

Yemenite Jewelry
on Sale in Detroi

Handcrafted earrings of gold
and silver identical in design to
those worn by the Queen of
Sheba — and still made by de-
scendants of the same Yemenite
craftsmen — are now in a new
imported line available first in
Detroit area stores. Murry and
Sally Robinson, who run Unique,
Inc., 7534 Fenkell, one of the
country's largest jewelry and
giftware distributors, are im-
porting this new line of Fem.
crate jewelry from the Holy
Land, which includes an exten-
sive assortment of both pierced
and screw type earrings from
dimuniative dangling gold and
silver fish to elaborate drops of
almost 4 inches. Many are set
with semi-precious stones.

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In a report on highlights and ac- t
Lions of the year, the Flint Jewish
Community Council noted plans for
Free-admission "SYMPHONY two community surveys, one to be
UNDER THE STARS" concerts a demographic study of the com-1
featuring the Detroit Symphony munity and the other a survey of
Orchestra and soloists will be pre- responsibilities of the council in
, sented at the Michigan State Fair- the area of Jewish education.
grounds June 13-25. Ten musical
programs—a different one on each
performance night—and six solo-
ists will be heard, all under the
musical direction of Valter Poole.

Col. Karni Addresses Dinner-Dance

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DAME MARGOT FONTEYN is

one of the many great ballet art-
ists who will appear upon the
stage of the Masonic Auditorium
when the Royal Ballet of London
comes to Detroit for four perform-
ances June 17, 18 and 20. Both
Dame Margot and RUDOLF NU-
REYEV will be featured in the
Royal Ballet production of Roland
Petit's latest work, "Paradise
Lost," which was created espe-
cially for them. Tickets are avail-
able at the Masonic Auditorium,
Grinnell's Downtown and all J. L.
Hudson ticket centers.
• * *
The COURT THEATER, in co-
operation with the Detroit Wal-
dorf School, will perform the
world premiere of a new musical
adaptation of the Brothers Grimm
tale of "Snow White and Rose
Red" 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. June
3 and 2 and 4 p.m. June 4 at the
Detroit Waldorf School. Among
the cast is Annette Winkler, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wink-
ler of Cleveland, formerly of Oak
Park.
• * •
The WAYNE STATE UNIVER-
SITY CONCERT BAND, under the
direction of Dr. Harry Begian, will
present its annual spring concert
in the Community Arts Auditor-
ium 8:30 p.m. June 2. There is no
admission charge, and all are in-
vited.
* *
Southfield pianist and teacher,
MRS. SALLY ALEXANDER will
perform a work by Chopin as the
closing selection on a recital fea-
turing her students at the Detroit
Institute of Musical Arts Auditor-
ium. The program will take place
, 3 p.m. June 11.

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The community survey will be recreational and Jewish education
directed by Dr. Albert Mayer, pro- services. Interviewing will be done
fessor of sociology at Wayne State this summer, with the completed
University, who has done similar report ready in late fall.
The Jewish Education Com-
studies for the Detroit Jewish Wel-
mission in Flint has undertaken
fare Federation.
This Flint study also will focus
the second study. Dr. Samuel
on areas of local social welfare,
Dinsky, director of community

JEWEL BOX

The United Israel Bond Champagne Dinner Dance last Saturday
evening at Cong. Shaarey Zedek yielded a total of $90,000 in Israel
Bond subscriptions. Leaders of the dinner committee who received
awards are (from left) seated: Steven Goldin, general chairman;
Dr. John Mames; Max Fridinan; and Isaac Eagel; standing: Alex
Joseph; Arnold Einhorn; Col. Nachman Karni, Israel war hero
and foreign liaison director in the Israel Ministry of Defense, who
was the guest speaker; Cantor A. A. Rosenfeld; Rune Greenbaum;
and Simon Cieck. The guest entertainers were Jan and Lillian Bart,
who sang selections from "Fiddler on the Roof." More than 500
attended the affair which was sponsored by the following five
organizations composed mainly of survivors of the Holocaust:
Shaarit Haplaytah, Zionist Revisionists, United Jewish Social Club,
Workmen's Circle, Branch 227 and Radomer Mutual Society.
* * *

consultation for the American
Association for Jewish Educa-
tion, will be in Flint June 6-8
to study the Jewish educational
programs offered by Cong. Beth
Israel and Temple Beth El. He
will make recommendations to
the commission based on his
survey.

It was also noted in the Jewish
Community Council report that
until May 15, the UJA Campaign
had netted a total of $247,812, com-
pared to $244,682 on the same
cards for 1966. The increase is 1-2
per cent. A campaign wind-up is
under way to obtain the $40,000 in
pledges still outstanding.
The Flint council's board of gov-
ernors approved this year a special
allocation of $500 to the Jewish
Theological Seminary for its emer-
gency fund to restore library vol-
umes damaged in the fire.
The council continues to send
$2,500 annually to the Detroit Jew-
ish Home for Aged, thereby enab-
ling its aged residents to be eligi-
ble for admission to the home on
the same basis as Detroit resi-
dents.

Hal Gordon

She comes majestic with her swell-
ing sails,
The gallant bark - along her watery
PRESENTS
way
Cong. Beth Hillel will sponsor its
fifth annual Israel Anniversary Homeward she drives before the
favoring gales;
Dinner 6 p.m. Sunday in the social
hall honoring Otto Kaufman, Her- Now flirting at their length the
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
streamers play,
man Strassburger and Mrs. Jack
Wildstrom. Rabbi Joel J. Litke will And now they ripple with the ruf-
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—Southey.
give the tribute to the honorees.
The program is being provided
by the Israel Bond Organization.
Jack Malon, TV1
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will be guest stars,
Judge Charles
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Kaufman of the
42 Years Experience
Wayne County
Circuit C o u r t,
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will be guest
speaker. The pre-
sident, Benoit
Gorge, will be
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
toastmaster.
Tickets for the
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
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will be preceded
by a champagne
reception, m a y
Is Conveniently Located at
Malon
be obtained by
calling Mrs. Jack Wildstrom, BR
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Beth Hillel Dinner Set
to Mark Anniversary

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