28—Friday, February 23, 1968
Folk Songs, Dance Program at Center ( ∎ arcli 2
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
erican Savoyards, has sung every
Highlights of the Piccolo p
"Fiddler on the Roof' will come
Gilbert and Sullivan opera and ap-
alive once more when the Jewish gram will be the costumed presen- peared in concert throughout the
Community Center, as part of its tation of the folk operetta, "A
United States and Canada.
Arts Festival '68, will present a Goats' Tale," based on the humor-
The adaptation of "A Goat's
The quartet features Pearl Kap- program of Jewish folk song and ous folk stories of Sholem Tale" was made by Haley Bermar
A vocal quartet will be featured !
in the "Afternoon of Musical Thea- lan and Marian Bates, sopranos, dance, at 8:30 p.m. March 2. The Aleichem.
additional music by Bernard
, T The
e cas t in eludes Evelyn Or-
ter- to be presented at the mem- Max Miller, baritone. and Eugene program will fen tore two artists
bach, director of the Detroit Opera Katz.
bership - retention culmination af- Sloben, tenor. Accompanist is Betty Ruth Rubin and Felix Fibich,
fair of Bnai Brith Women's Council Polen, pianist.
Miss Rubin will sing a selection Theater and Piccolo Opera Corn-
of Metropolitan Detroit 12:15 p.m.
The four vocalists, members of of traditional melodies and will pany, in the role of the goat, and
March 6 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
various local choirs and choral provide a commentary to enhance , Leslie Eitzen as Yenta, the goat
groups, as a group has sung for the the audience's understanding of the • keeper.
past four years with the Detroit atmosphere that gave rise to this I Miss Eitzen, mezzo-soprano, has
FOR EVERY OCCASION
appeared in oratorio and concert
Freedom Festival under the spon- music.
sorship of Bnai Brith. They also
Miss Rubin is a folklorist as well recitals throughout the East and
have sung with the New Cantata as folk singer, lecturer, author, Midwest.
Choir and will go on tour with and instructor. She has recorded Dodie. the innkeeper, will be
Richard Tucker next year.
five LP albums, and has written sting by Raymond Sharp. baritone,
Notplts1 • New Babies
The presentation of medleys and three books based on Yiddish folk- who has made numerous appear-
PISGAH CHAPTER will hold its solos from popular musicals and songs. She has toured the United antes in the national touring corn-
Bw Verne • BIrthdar • SYINPAY
annual elections noon Wednesday
operettas will highlight the an- I States, Canada and Europe in re-' panes of many Broadway shows.
We tow to be thoughtful...
at Cong. Beth H . 11 1. Mrs. Leonard
nual affair which honors new mem- cital and has been praised by crit- The lead roles of Reyzel the
colt us ... we'll sign your
Sims, past international president,
bers of 25 Bnai Brith chapters. In- ics for her knowledge, and with bride and Yankel the groom, will
send and deliver a gift
will speak on "How I Saw Bnai
basket for yeu.
, vitations aso have been sent to the her dramatic voice and acting I be sung by Marjorie Gordon and
Brith Bring Brotherhood to Latin
sponsors of the new members and ability. Cantor Harold Orbach.
America." Refreshments will be
to chapter retention workers.
Felix Fibich will interpret the i Miss Gordon, managing director
Guest speaker at the petite world of Sholem Aleichem through! of the Piccolo Opera Company and
luncheon will be Mrs. Nathan Hol- dance. He was born in Warsaw, ' formerly lead soprano with the
stein of Pittsburgh, vice president his family were Hasidim, and he New York City Opera Company,
and membership chairman of Inter- received his early dance educa- includes more than 40 major roles
tion in Poland and Russia. He will in her operatic repertoire.
I national Bnai Brith Women.
Cantor Orbach, of Temple Israel,
Mrs. Al Stein is president of the include in his presentation some of
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women's council. Mrs. Joseph Rod- the ancient Yemenite and the mod- formerly lead tenor with the Am-
man, membership chairman, and ern Israeli dances.
Fibich has appeared on Broad-
Mrs. Robert Ellis, membership re-
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
tention chairman, are co-chairmen way and network television, has
performed across the country with
of the affair.
his own troup in concert, and has
presented a series of programs in
synagogues and temples.
A workshop has been sched-
uled for Sunday, March 3, 11
Big Sound Recording Artists
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Center,
to be conducted by Fibich for a
limited number of participants
This Week's Radio and
more about Yiddish folk dancing.
Richard Kux, Arts festival '68
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
lire N.;,,,il J,anond al lire
Bean, festival music chairman,
have announced that tickets are
Feature: Rabbi Y. M. Kagan available at the Center office.
JA0- 2/4 0atra ■
, will speak on "The Basis of All
MISS CAROL BROWN
Bennington College, Vermont, a
Precepts." Space scientist Dr.
major center for creativity in mod-
Mrs. Herman J. Brown of Stoe- Velvl Green will discuss "The ern dance, will send its dance tour
pel Ave. announces the engage- Jewish Hybrid." Hasidic folk music. group to the Jewish Center Thurs-
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ment of her daughter Carol Joyce;
to Douglas Allan Feldman, son of
The two-week festival includes
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Feldman of
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
an art show and sale and numerous
Briar Dr.. Oak Park. Miss Brown
dance and musical events
17540 WYOMING . TEL. 341-1330 . THUR., FRI. TIL 9.
is the daughter of the late Mr.'
Feature: "The Mother Tongue," from Sunday through March 10.
the first of four programs called
- member troupe.
The bride elect is a senior in the
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"A Yiddish Omnibus," will be pre -
college of education at Wayne sented. Written by Harold Flender. ranging from sophomores
seniors. has choreographed the en- •
State University.' Her fiance, a
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handles its ;
tire dance program
graduate of WSU, is presently ,
six-week national tour without any 5
THE MAGIC DOOR
working on his master's degree in
biochemistry at Wayne.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Dances included in the program. 11/
Station: Channel 56.
A June wedding is planned.
Feature: Tiny Tow will get him- which will be presented in the •
Aaron DeRoy Theater, will begin •
self into—and out of—trouble.
with improvisations and end with 1 2
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an, interpretation of E d g a r Lee !;
Masters' "Spoon River Anthol- ••
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
A master dance class, led by the
Feature: Dr. Bernard Martin, an
or da ined rabbi, will speak on
Martin L. Gross, in "The Doc- "Jewish Existentialism" with Rab- 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Center
tor." the critical analysis of the bi Milton Rosenbaum of Temple and will incorporate 'lecture dem- •
onstrations and panel discussions •
American physician and his prac- Emanu-El.
into its two-hour session.
2 blks. W. of Coolidge
tice of medicine, published by
The Piccolo Opera Company I •
Random House. pays honor to a
prominent Detroit physician.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
operetta and concert of classical
Deploring the reduction of home
Station: Channel 2.
and Broadway selections in a
visits and severly condemning doe-
Feature: Herman Perlman, a
,' tors for having reduced such serv- glass cutter from Baltimore, will
ices, Gross states in his study of exhibit and discuss his unusual art colo," in the Aaron DeRoy Thea-
ter 8:30 p.m. March 3.
the medical situation:
form with Cantor Harold Orbach.
"An angry, embarrassed minority
BB Council Member Retention Affair
to Feature Musical Theater Afternoon
Fruit.- Food Wine
Carol Bro.Hn Engaged ;
to Doli-las A. Feldman
Norman Allan & To.
Announces its Re-Opening
Rates Dr. Rogoff
Cor. Westhampton & 9 Mile
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of physicians are just as irate as
some patients over this wholesale
abdication of medical responsibi-
lity. Dr. A. S. Rogoff of Detroit is
one physician who faces the issue
straightforwardly. 'It's a doctor's
duty to serve his patients even if ,
it is inconvenient and financially
unsound for him,' he states in a
medical publication. 'Maybe our
public image wouldn't be as dim as
it is if we were more careful to
respect the obligation to serve our
patients as we should.'"
HEAR OUR VOICE
Israel Guide Book
Shows New Areas
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Singing Women of
Israel," featuring Shoshana Da-
The "1968 Bazak Israel Guide,"
mari, Natania Dovrath and Yaffa edited by Z. Soifer, to be published
Yarkoni will be narrated by Can- on March 25 by Pitman, reflects
tor Hrold Orbach.
the political realities of the Mid-
dle East today. It includes detailed
information about the areas cap-
Farband to Observe
tured by the Israeli Army during
the recent Six-Day War with the
Jewish Arbor Day
Farband Branch 114 will cele- Arab nations: all of Jerusalem,
the Sinai, Golan Heights, and
brate Tu b'Shevat at a post-holiday
meeting 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the the West Bank of the Jordan, in-
Bethlehem, Jericho, Heb-
ZOA Regional Meeting
Labor Zionist Institute.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, ZOA re-
For the program, sponsored by ron and the Qumran Caves where
gional co-president, will address a the Jewish National Fund, Rami the Dead Sea Scrools were discov-
reorganizational meeting of the Amitz-Lev will speak on the cur- ered.
The "Bazak Israel Guide" has an
North-Central Region Zionist Or- rent situation in Israel, from which
ganization of America 8:30 p.m. he has been sent as JNF "envoy." introduction by Moshe Kol, Israel's
Monday at Cong. Bnai Israel, Pon- A new Israeli movie, "Through the minister of tourism, and contains
tiac. Joseph Jacobson is chairman. Gates," will be shown, and re- four-color maps of the principal
Rabbi Lehrman's topic will be fr eshments will be served. The cities and regions of that fascinat-
public is invited.
ZOA's work here and abroad.
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