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January 31, 1969 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 31, 1969 27

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News Brevities

LORD HARLECH (the former
Sir David Ormsby-Gore) will be the
speaker at Detroit Town Hall in
Fisher Theater, 11 a.m. Wednes-
day. The distinguished British dip-
lomat, now deputy leader of the
opposition in the House of Lords,
will discuss "Can the West Sur-
vive." Lord Harlech served during
Persident Kennedy's tenure as am-
bassador from Britain to the
United States. He was a close
friend of the Kennedy family and
was frequently mentioned in the
press as escort of Jacqueline Ken-
nedy before her marriage to Aris-
totle Onassis.
* * *
Singing star JOHN GARY, whose
rise in popularity in the past few
years can only be called phenom-
enal, comes to the Masonic Audi-
torium, Feb. 21.
*
*
The wide international acclaim
given the ROYAL WINNIPEG
BALLET, which comes to the Ma-
soic Auditorium Feb. 14, is due in
large part to the outstanding tal-
ents of two men, Artistic Director
Arnold Spohr and Musical Director
Carlos Rausch.
* * *
Dr. ALLEN L. BERNSTEIN,
mathematics education and Re-
search Consultant for the Wayne
County Intermediate School Dis-
trict, has returned to the consulta-
tive staff of the Intermediate
School District after more than a
year's leave with the Michigan-
Ohio Regional Laboratory.
* * *
Gideon Hausner, chief prosecutor
of Adolph Eichmann, will be prin-
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cipal speaker a
two mid-winter
conferences of the
National Commit-
tee for Labor Is-
rael. The first of
the nationwide
gatherings will be
held Feb. 19 and
20 at Hotel Fon-
tainebleau, Miam
Beach, and the
second on Feb. 23
at Hotel Commo-
dore, New York.
Hausner, a form-
er attorney gen-
eral of the State
of Israel, will re- Hausner
port on the current situation in
Israel and the Middle East.
* * *
Dr. ALLEN POLLACK, assistant
professor of Russian history at the
University of Pittsburgh and chair-
man of the executive committee of
American Professors for Peace in
the Middle East, has been named
chairman of the Labor Zionist na-
tional community action commit-
tee.
* * *
Dr. NORMAN HELMAN, now
serving in the armed forces, has
been elevated to the rank of lieu-
tenant colonel. He is presently in

Singer, Comedian
Highlight Program
of Pioneer Women

Singing star Ginetta LaBianca
and humorist Emil Cohen will head
the program at the Pioneer Wom-
en's Israel Bond luncheon Feb. 20
at the Jewish Center, it was an-
nounced by Mrs.
Aaron Katzman,
Pioneer Women's
Council president.
Mrs. Bernard
Kline is luncheon
chairman.
American - born
LaBianca holds
the world's rec-
ord as the young-
est opera star in
history. At age 15,
she made her op-
eratic debut in
LaBianca
Rome with a cast
of Italy's finest singers.
As a teen-ager, she received a
Fulbright Scholarship to further
her studies in Italy. There, La-
Bianca won first prize in the inter-
national competition for opera
singers in Milan. She has also won
a Ford Foundation grant for pro-
fessional singers and has sung on
the Jewish Daily Forward radio
program in New York.
LaBianca's repertory consists
of opera, concert, comedy and
ballads and folk songs. She sings
in eight languages, including
Yiddish, Hebrew, English,
French, Spanish and Italian.
There will be music by Eric
Rosenow and his Continentals. A
special feature will be the award-
Benjamin Friedman
ing of an Israel Bond contributed
by Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Detroit
Candidate for Judge
Benjamin J. Friedman, 25911 Israel Bond Women's Division
Stratford, Oak Park, has announced chairman.
For reservations, call the Israel
his candidacy for the newly created
Bond office, DI 1 5707, or the Pio-
office of Oak Park
neer Women's office, 341-0722.
associate munici-
pal judge.
Friedman, a
member of the
law firm of Fried-
man, Kraft and
Beemer, grad-
uated from Wayne
Israeli folk singer Tova Ben Zvi
State University
will be presented in a song and pic-
Law School in 1960
ture concert 8 p.m. Feb. 9 at the
and has been in
Jewish Center.
Friedman
the active prat-
This evening will be co-sponsor-
tice of law since that time. He is ed by the Center and the Labor
an arbitrator, having been appoint- Zionist Organization of Detroit in
ed by the American Arbitration cooperation with the Israel Tourist
Association.
office.
Friedman has served as a teacher
Using her collection of Israel
and youth group director for many slides, Miss Ben
years in the Oak Park area, as well Zvi will present a
as working in the boy scout pro- perform a n c e of
gram. He is also a member of song and picture.
Cong. Beth Shalom and Bnai Brith.
Born in Poland,
He served in the U.S. Air Force Miss Ben Zvi ar-
for four years during the Korean rived in Israel in
1945. Her father,
conflict.
a cantor and
musician, set the
Travel Trailer Show
The 1969 Detroit Camper and musical stand- t,
Travel Trailer Show will be more ards; her Israeli
Miss Ben Zvi
education was
than double in size than last year.
The exhibit area is twice as large under the aegis of Youth Aliya.
and there will be over 700 vehicles In later years, she studied at the
on exhibit. The show will run Feb. Hebrew University and the Con-
15-23 at Detroit Artillery Armory servatory of Music in Jerusalem.
Miss Ben Zvi has traveled ex-
on W. 8 Mile near Northland.
tensively in Israel and abroad.
* * *
Miss Ben Zvi will be the guest
artist at a leadership cocktail
reception, hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Schreier, 8:30 p.m. Feb.
8 in their home, 13322 Borgman,
Huntington Woods.
The reception is in advance of
the annual Pioneer Women's Israel
Bond luncheon, which will cele-
brate the 21st year of Israel's
statehood. Mrs. Aaron Katzman is
Pioneer Women's Council presi-
dent, and Mrs. Bernard Kline is
the luncheon chairman.

charge of the nuclear medicine
department at Fitzimmons General
Hospital in Denver. Col. Heiman is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hei-
man of Roslyn Ave. and the son-in-
law of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Lehrman of Oak Park.
* *
The newly formed Grace/Wolpin
Broadcasting Co. has purchased
WTAK, an all-talk AM radio station
serving metropolitan Detroit. The
purchase is pending approval of the
Federal Communiactions Commis-
sion. Grace/Wolpin, which plans
eventual ownership of additional
stations, is headed by television
executive HARVEY GRACE and
businessmen CHARLES WOLPIN,
who is board chairman of the new
company, and WALTER WOLPIN,
president.
* *
Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece,
"LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO
NIGHT," opened a five week run
at the Meadow Brook Theater on
the Oakland University campus
Thursday.
*
THE GERTRUDE KASLE GAL-
LERY will feature an exhibit,
"Painters as Printmakers" during
the month of February. The gallery
is open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday.

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As part of its community service programs, the American Jewish
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and psychology to Ramath Shalom School, one of Buenos Aires' lead-
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Fred Astaire is doing comma%
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