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December 12, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-12

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30—Friday, December 12, 1969

T HE
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Audience at Chabad Concert
Sees Feinberg Honored; Sound
Plea for Tefillin, Candle Lighting

Detroit's Lubavitch Chabad Ha- utilized to reinvigorate Jewish
sidim sang and danced, an audi-
practices, and an appeal was
ence of more than 1,200 clapped
made to those in attendance to
hands and joined in the religious
sign pledge cards—the men to
enthusiasm that was created at the
put on tefillin every day and
annual Chabad concert in which
the women to light candles erev
some 25 musicians and singers • every Shabat and Yom Tov.
front the Chabad headquarters in
Dr. Greene, whose expertise
Brooklyn participated, Tuesday as a spacecraft scientist was des-
evening, at Ford Auditorium.
cribed by Irwin I. Cohn, who in-
It was an evening to raise funds troduced him to the audience, des-
for the Chabad movement and for cribed the perspectives of the
it Camp Gan Israel at Fenton, Chabad movement and "the role of
Mich., and one of its leading sup- the Lubavitch movement to help
porters here. Charles E. Feinberg, us return to Jewish life."
was honored on his 70th birthday.
Speaking of the rebellion of
With Prof. Velvl Greene of
youth, Prof. Greene said 'We join
the University of Wisconsin as
the
youth in an emphasis in the
guest speaker, the occasion was
essence of Yiddishkeit and we say
to you 'You have a right to be
Red Bouquet Treatment different if by being different you
are right.' "
at Zivian Center for
A lengthy citation was presented
to Feinberg by Judge Victor Baum.
Nurse-Turned-Patient
Feinberg made a strong appeal
for emphasis on Jewish education.
He said he was saddened by the
attitude of the community towards
Jewish education, and his appeal
was for greater aid to the day
schools. He recalled the initial ef-
forts to support the United Hebrew
Schools and the encouragement
that was given the schools by the
late Fred M. Butzel, Julian Kro-
lik, Henry Meyers and Henry
Wineman.

A feature of the evening was
the reading, by Rabbi David M.
Lieberman, of a message from
Lubavitcher Rebbe M. Schneer-
son. The audience stood during
the reading of the message, in
accordance with a Chabad tra-
dition to honor the head of the
movement.

Mrs. June Oman of Orchard
Lake receives a floral bouquet
and congratulations from Sinai
Hospital Administrator Sydney
C. Peimer on being the first
patient to be admitted to Sinai's
new Zivian Center for Continued
Care, which opened Dec. 3. The
99-bed center, designed for short-
term convalescent patients, util-
izes a new concept in progres-
sive care which allows patients
to eat together, wear street
clothes and participate in recre-
ational activities. Mrs. Oman.
mother of four, was admitted to
Sinai on Thanksgiving Day for
surgery and transferred to the
Zivian Center for the duration of
her recovery. A registered nurse,
Mrs. Oman said "In my entire
career as a nurse, I have never
seen a unit like this. It's beauti-
ful.'11 would have been satisfied
to be number 10."

Mrs. Emma Schaver, as chair-
man of the evening, described the
great accomplishments of the Cha-
bad and the progress the move-
ment is making in Detroit.
Isadore Starr lit the Hanuka
candles.
Introductions to the choir's se-
lections were given by Rabbi Y.
M. Kagan. Rabbi Eli Lipsker di-
rected the choir, which included a
section composed of young boys
and the elder section including
rabbis, a shohet, students, a teach-
er and a jeweler—all volunteers
'n the Chabad movement.

Department Meeting

Jacob Barkin—The Master of Many Themes

Mrs. M. Morton Barak outlined
Jacob Barkin emerged a master I Italian, French and English as
well as in the Hebrew and Yid- the Shaarey Zedek cultural cm-
in a variety of themes, in selec-
:
mittee's
objectives in introductory
Lions that range d from the music
dish selections.
of Mendelssohn to those of Itzhak
He treated his audience to the remarks. —P.S.
Heilman of Jeru salem.
rendition, for the first time in
The Shaarey Zedek cantor ap- Detroit, of the Jerusalemite Itzhak
YOUR CANDID COLOR
neared in his first recital since Heilman's "Im Eshkakhekh Yeru-
assuming his new post here, at , shalayim."
the synagogue, Wednesday eve-
Indeed, he was the classicist
ning, singing to a capacity wadi- throughout, never resorting either
WILL BE
, ence of more than 1,200.
to the banal or to stage versions.
lie
was
consistently
the
purist.
His selections represented the
classical in every form, whether lie had the good fortune of having
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
it was "Rachel" from Halevy's as his accompanist the able pianist
"La Juice" or the impressive Leo Barkin. Jointly they gave a
version of Weinberg's "El Vivne superb concert which enhanced
HaGalil." He was flawless in the Shaarey Zedek cultural pro-
gram.
AND ASSOCIATES

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

gnvitations

On

Television Programs

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "The World of Rem-
brandt," a program featuring
works of the 17th Century Dutch
master whose 300th anniversary
is being celebrated this year, was
filmed in Amsterdam and uses the
master's paintings and graphics to
illustrate a rich era in the life of
European Jewry.
• * *

HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Lazar Weiner's com-
positions — liturgical, choral, in-
strumental and theatrical — are
featured.

* x *
COMMUNITY CURRENTS

Time: 7 a.m. Sunday and 5:15
p.m. Tuesday
Station: WJBK (Sunday) and
WDET-FM (Tuesday)
Feature: "A Conversation With
Violet Weingarden," author of
"Mrs. Beneker " and more recent.
ly "A Loving Wife." Interviewer
is Mrs. Eileen Berris, recent
chairman of the Jewish Book Fair.

*

fi

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Jewish Musical Mile
stones," a series on Yiddish folk
music, will begin, with Cantor
Jacob Barkin of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, discussing and singing
melodies, with Bella Goldberg at
the piano.

• • • •
a dmires
tn Society

Akiva Hebrew Day School PTA
is selling tickets to the Dec. 28
performance of "Hello, Dolly!" at
the Americana Theater. For infor-
mation and tickets, call the school
office, 545-1060, Mrs. Sanford Ei-
Helen and Rae Seigle of Lesure Ave. sailed to Nassau from Miami senberg, 542 - 1187,
or Mrs. Moses

The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kowalsky, 24120 Westhampton, Oak Park. The
family will help Mrs. Kowalsky celebrate her birthday and the comple-
tion of work toward her master of arts degree in French from Wayne
State Universit •

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IN CONTACT
Mrs. Dorothy Goldberg, presi-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary, De-
Station: WJR
partment of Michigan, Jewish War
Feature: The weekly interfaith
Veterans, announces that the next,
program
puts religion and man
department meeting will be held
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the JWV "in contact."
headquarters. After a business
meeting, there will be a Hanuka City of Hope to Be Site
nrial hour. A speaker will dis-
cuss "Don't. Tell Me, Tell Contact of 'Marcus Welby' Drama
10." Prospective members are in-'
The City of Hope National Medi-
vited.
cal Center at Denver is the back-
ground for this Tuesday's episode
of the "Marcus Welby, M.D." ABC-
TV (Channel 7) series starring
Robert Young.
Entitled "Chemistry of Hope,"
the hour-long drama tells the story
Rabbi Max Kapustin. director of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
of a young boy diagnosed with
program at Wayne State University, will attend the annual conference leukemia, and how he and his
of Hillel directors next week in Grossinger, N.Y. The five-day confer-
family cope with the complex emo-
ence, opening Sunday, will bring together Jewish chaplains from major tional problems resulting from the
universities to take up such issues as student activism, campus unrest
diagnosis. The episode was in-
and the "new morality - as they relate to the religious, cultural and
spired by the true story of a City
counseling programs. They also will discuss problems of anti-Israel of Hope patient, and many of the
propaganda, experiments in new forms of worship and intergroup exterior and interior scenes were
activities which affect the Jewish campus community.
filmed at the Medical Center.
The City of Hope is a free and
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of Akiva Hebrew Day School, and
five members of his staff will attend the Midwest. Conference on nonsectarian medical and research !
Hebrew Day School Education Dec. 14-15 in Cleveland. The conference center specializing in patient care,
will be devoted to "The Hebrew Day School and It's Influence on the research and education in Ca-'
American Jewish Child." Members of the staff who will participate tastrophic diseases.
are Samuel Betsalel, Mrs. Barbara Pick, Leon Skorski, Mrs. Esther
Tatelbaum and Rabbi Gerald Werner.
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