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March 29, 1968 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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Sholem Aleichem I nstitute Cosponsors Cohen Appointed
Talk by Dr. Zeitlin With AJCommittee Secretary of HEW

"Israel and Her Detractors" will
be the topic discussed by Prof.
Irving Zeitlin in a combined
American Jewish Committee-Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute meeting 8
p.m. April 7, at the Institute.
Dr. Zeitlin studied and worked
in Israel as a young Zionist, re-
turning to Detroit where he con-
tinued his professional career in
sociology at Waye State University
while teaching at the Sholem
Aleichem School.
Professor Zeitlin received his
PhD at Princeton.
After f u r t h e r teaching at
Goucher College he spent the year
1964-65 in Paris as the recipient
of a National Science Foundation
postdoctoral fellowship.
He has received several out-

standing academic distinctions: a
Bobbs - Merrill and Frelmghuyson
Fellow award in 1963 and the re-
cent publication of two books:
"Marxism, A Re-examination and
Ideology" and "The Development
of Sociological Theory."

Jacob Katzman Slated
to Be Buest Speaker
at Tarband Celebration

The Detroit Farband City Com-
mittee announces the celebration
of the 55th year of the Farband
Charter in the United States and
Canada to be
held 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the
Labor Zionist In-
stitute.
Jacob Katzman,
national Farband
secretary, will be
the guest speak-
er. He has re-
cently returned
from Israel.
T h e musica
program will fea-
ture Bella Gold-
berg and Sylvia
Heideman. They
will sing new
Hebrew and Yid-
Katzman
dish songs.
Members of the Labor Zionist
movement and their families are
invited.
There will be no admission
charge.

CHANGE IN DATE

of

Spring
Festival of
Music

Featuring:

MARTHA SCHLAMME

at
Cong. Ahavas Achim

19190 Schaefer Rwy.
to

SUNDAY, APRIL 7-

8:00 p.m.
SINGERS
directed by

SISTERHOOD

CANTOR SIMON BERMAN'S

Donation: 52.50
For Tickets Call:

.

UN 4-6428

WILBUR J. COHEN

President Johnson has named
Wilbur J. Cohen as secretary of
health, education and welfare.
The new Cabinet member was
the chief legislative strategist for
New Frontier and Great Society
programs. A career government
official, Cohen, 55, served as as-
sistant secretary of HEW as a
Kennedy appointee from 1961 to
1965. He helped draft the Social
Security Act in the Roosevelt ad-
ministration in 1935.

Brevities

Allen Rubiner Gallery will hold
an exhibition of paintings by TENG
BENG CHEW, a recipient of a Ful-
bright-Hayes Scholarship at Cran-
brook Academy of Art. Chew is
from Malaysia and is studying for
his masters in fine arts. He has
1 It is you that are considered recently won first prize in the
human beings, not the heathen.- Bloomfield Art Association Juried
' Yebamoth 61
Exhibition. Opening and reception
will be 7-10 p.m. The show will
continue through April 26.
* *

Fact, fancy and tall stories will
march across the stage when
"YOUNG MARK TWAIN" comes to
the Detroit Institute of Arts audi-
torium, April 6, for two per-
formances. The plot of the musical
play, based on Mark Twain's book
"Life on the Mississippi," will en-
tertain youngsters and their
parents who will be busy recog-
nizing characters from other books
by the famous humorist as they
wander into the action on stage.
Tickets are available at the Art
Institute ticket office (832-2730),
Hudson's and Grinnell's.
* *

Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request

.

A_ PERSONAL
PROJECT IN ISRAEL

can be established

-NOW

by a

BEQUEST
to the
JEWISH
NATIONAL
FUND

For detailed information, please communicate confidentially—
direct or through your Attorney—with Mr. Rami Amitz-Lev,
Israel Emissary to the Foundation for The Jewish National
Fund, 22100 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park, Mich. 4823'7—Phone
399-0820.

.

Friday, March 29, 1968-15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soprano MARY COSTA will be fea-
tured in a Viennese program at the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra's next
Kresge Concert Tuesday evening,
at Ford Auditorium. Music director
and conductor Sixten Ehrling will
be on the podium.
* * g:

The second Instrumental En-
semble Prograni will be presented
by the WAYNE STATE UNIVER-
SITY MUSIC DEPARTMENT 8:30
p.m. April 8, in the Commu-
nity Arts Auditorium. Admission
is free. The four WSU ensembles
participating will be the woodwind
ensemble, conducted by Paul
Schaller; the chamber orchestra,
conducted by Morris Hochberg;
the percussion ensemble, conducted
by Salvatore Rabbio; and the brass
ensemble, conducted by Arthur
Krehbiel.
* *

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For All
Seasons"

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$30

The PICKWICK PUPPET THEA-
TER, world-famous puppeteers, will
featured at the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Young People's Con-
certs, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., April
6, at Ford Auditorium. Valter
Poole will conduct the orchestra.

* * *

Cass Technical High School's
harp and vocal ensemble, percus-
sion ensemble and concert band
will present "TEMPOS OF
SPRING," 8:15 p.m. April 5.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door.

* *

KARL SCHUETZ, lord mayor of
Berlin, will pay a five-day visit
to Israel soon. Schuetz, a close
friend of the West German foreign
minister, Willy Brandt, will meet
with evernment leaders.

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