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January 30, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-30

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132—Friday, January 30, 1970

Brevities

MARILYN HORTON, wife of TV
star ROBERT HORTON, will co-
star with him as "Julie," in "Show-
boat," the Jerome Kern musical
classic which comes to the Masonic
Auditorium for one performance,
8:20 p.m. Feb. 14.

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Young Dancers Guild Perform
"Jews of Silence' in Concert

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DETROIT-NORTHWEST SOCIAL
SECURITY OFFICE will have an
open house 1:30-3:330 p.m. today,
Sam F. Test, district manager an-
nounced. Martha W. Griffiths,
congresswoman from the 17th
Congressional District, and Paul
D. Snider, Social Security regional
representative in Cleveland, will
be special guests. The public is
invited.
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Forty - five
dancers,
singers.
drummers, musicians and acro-
bats will assault the stage of the
Masonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m., Feb.
7, when LES DANSEURS AFRI-
CAINS, the National Ensemble of
Cameroon, Africa, makes its ap-
pearance. The company of Cam-
eroonian tribesmen come from
more than a dozen major tribes,
including members from one of
the few remaining tribes of
pygmies to be found in Africa
today. These tribes are among
the world's oldest civilizations, and
their weird and wonderful tribal
rites and ceremonies, which corn-
prise a substantial part of each
program, often prove terrifying to
Western audiences.
* * •
MISHA DICHTER, the brilliant
yong pianist who comes to the
Masonic Auditorium, Saturday,
Feb. 21 at 8:20 p.m., arrived in
the United States from Shanghai
at the age of 2 and settled in Los
Angeles with his parents. He began!
to study piano at the age of 6. His
first teacher noted the boy's un-
usual talents after two months,
and thereafter, various teachers
confirmed this and pronounced
him exceptional. His first success
came at age 15 in 1961, when he
won first prize over 60 contestants
in all instrumental categories at a
competition sponsored by the Music
Educators National Conference.
at the Santa Monica Civic Audi-
torium in California.

THE LIBERAL CONFERENCE
OF 17TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS
will meet 8 p.m. Feb. 6 at UAW
Hall, Region 1A. Sen. PHILLIP A.
HART will be guest speaker. The
community is invited.

JWV Activities

post will act as hosts for refresh-
ments after the meetings. Patriot-
ism chairman Rose Feinberg,
assisted by Yetta Glass, will pres-
ent an American Flag to Coffey
Junior High School Feb. 10 at an
assembly to be held in the school.
The flag will be accepted by mem-
bers of the Future Teaching Club,
Student Council and kindergarten
class. Mrs. Feinberg, together with
Adele Holland, will present 12
classroom flags to Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda.

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY, President Mrs. See-
ma Fischel, announces the annual
paid-up membership party will be
held 6:30 p.m. Monday at Topin-
ka's Country House.
• * •

Jewish War Veterans Auxili-
ary's "Melody Players" are hold-
ing rehearsals 2 p.m. Sunday at
JWV headquarters for their pro-
duction of "These Are The Days."
Girls age 4-6 are needed to partici-
pate, as well as six girls to jitter-
bug. For information, call Edith
Hoffman, 647-8662, or President
Dorothy Goldberg, UN 2-6610.
• 2 •

Karen Goren (fourth from right), president of the Young Dancers
Guild, rehearses a dance on the theme "Jews of Silence" for per-
formances at the Jewish Center 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m.
Sunday.

• • •

The Jewish Center Young Dancers
Guild will present concerts 8:30
p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sun-
day, which reflect the travel ex-
periences of guild members. The
performances will be held in De-
Roy Auditorium.

1 Hebrew U. Sponsors
Immigrants Program

JERUSALEM — N e w immi-
grants settling in Jerusalem are
being assisted to integrate into
Israeli society and culture by the
Hebrew University's Adult Edu-
Karen Goren, Young Dancer's cation Center which is now spon-
Guild president, who visited Russia soring a series of lectures in easy
last year, will convey her impres- Hebrew and English in coopera-
sions in a large group dance, { tion with the ministry of immi-
"Jews of Silence."
grant absorption and immigrant
Karen Figlen, who studied with organizations. The program is
based
on a demonstration project
Harriet Ann Grey at Perry-Mans-
field in Colorado, and Carol Field, which was held last summer.
Simultaneous with the easy He-
who was a student at the Conn
College School of Dance in New brew program, running from Janu-
London, will expressin dance, ary until early April and conduct-
ed at Jerusalem's Moadon Ha'oleh
their feelings about contl.rnporary
(community center for integration
life with the songs and poetry of
of new immigrants), an English-
Laura Nyro.
language seminar will be held for
A dance based on Ecclessiastes, a two month perid beginning next
as Jose Limon's company demon- month in the Jerusalem suburb
strated when they visited the Cen- of Beit Hakerem.
ter last year, is being directed by
Some 70 participants, mainly
Denise Szykula, new Center staff young and middle-aged and most
member.
of them newcomers from English-
Harriet Berg, Young Dancer's speaking countries, attend the easy
Guild director, taught and studied Hebrew lectures which are given
at Connecticut College this past by Hebrew University lecturers
year and brought back two Avant- and others.
George Levinrew, a former New
Garde pieces which Young Dancer's
York social worker and assistant
Guild will be performing, "Trio A"
director of the Bureau of Child
and the "Pillow Dance."
Guidance of the board of educa-
Tickets are available at the Jew- tion, who immigrated to Israel in
ish Center ticket office or at the 1964, is the initiator of the social-
door.
cultural project.

Business
Brevities

Maxwell Stein, 69

Maxwell Stein, manager of the
Detroit Body Products Co., died
Jan. 22 at age 69.
Mr. Stein, 21519 Constitution,
BOOK-O-RAMA, 13645 W. Nine Southfield, came to Detroit from
Toronto
45 years ago, and was a
Mile, Oak Park, is starting a dis-
I count paperback club, effective member of Keidan Lodge of Bnai
The changing—for the better—
Brith, Per`ection Lodge of the
Feb. 1. With a donation of 10 Masons and Moslem Temple
picture of life on campus, in which
! paperbacks, every customer will Shrine.
young people show a greater
receive a card entitling them to a
Surviving are a son, Lawrence;
awareness of and concern for so-
25 per cent discount on all paper- his mother, Mrs. Mildred Stein;
ciety is illustrated in the recent
, backs purchased in February. The two brothers, David and Sidney;
Better Living magazine of the Du-
big sale is now on for all hard a sister, Mrs. Josephine Mills: and
Pont Co., which carries an 11-page
covers, imported calendars and three grandchildren.
article on the University of Michi-
posters. Book-O-Rama is open
gan.
seven days a week.
Barney Wyman, Owner
Dr. William Haber, economist, .
• • •
adviser to the U. of M. executive !
of Pontiac Furniture Co.
JOHN H. ROSEN ADVERTIS-
officers and a former DuPont con- '
Barney J. Wyman, founder and
sultant, is quoted at length in the ' ING, Lathrop Village, has been owner of Wyman's Furniture, 17
article. "The almighty dollar is no appointed advertising agency for E. Huron, Pontiac, died Jan. 22 at
longer as almighty as it used to Byron W. Trerice Co. of South- age 82. He founded the company
be," he said. "The kids want to field. The client is a commercial 40 years ago, and lived in Pontiac
be invovled, they want to partici- and industrial realtor, and this is 45 years. He was a member of
pate. They don't want to be cogs. its first advertising agency.
Temple Beth Jacob and Cong. Bnai
* • *
And they don't want to work for
Israel.
LEONARD G. SIEGAL Associ-
an 'immoral' company.
Surviving are his wife, Rose; two
"Kids can make a lot of ates, Inc., architects, 16825 Wyom- sons, George and Morrey; and
trouble," be continued, "but they ing, formerly Siegal Avrin Associ- daughter, Mrs. Leo (Charlotte)
can make a richer country if we ates, Inc., appointed W. Allan Goldberg of Cambridge, 'Mass.; a
channel their attitudes. The Tuomaala a principal of the firm brother, Meyer Wineman; a sister,
overwhelming majority are good, and member of the board.
Mrs. Anna Harris of Los Angeles;



loyal, patriotic American kids.
seven grandchildren and two great-
"This is an age that emphasizes
RABOY AGENCY, Connecticut grandchildren.
ethical conduct. Industry must Mutual Life Insurance Co., named
wake up. It must prove that HARVEY A. BRODE its 1969 Man Kitty Alexander, Age 92
private enterprise can police it- of the Year at a recent dinner.
Kitty Alexander, a member of
self . . . Management must learn This was the second year that Temple Beth El and its sisterhood
ho wto listen. This is an age when Brode has been so honored.
an dthe National Council of Jew:

• •
yo ulisten to young people. They j
ish Women, died Jan. 23 at age 92.
must make a close examination of
BRENDA'S BEAUTY SALON,
Mrs. Alexander, 18634 Fairfield,
what Youth mean by involvement." 24691 Coolidge, is now featuring was a resident of Detroit for 60
permanents $6.50 and up, sets years. She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
If -I could not go to heaven but S3.50. Open evenings and Sundays. Irving T. (Edith) Oberfelder; three
with a party, I would not go there Brenda's entire staff offers excel- grandchildren and eight great-
—Thomas Jefferson lent ,serviceiWith no waiting. , .4randchiiclrort. , -
at alL
, , a . 1 1

`Good Kids' Hailed
by Haber in Article



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Men's Clubs I

BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
SOL YETZ-MORRIS C O H E N will present its third breakfast
POST and AUXILIARY will meet forum of a series 10 a.m. Sunday
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Jewish in the synagogue building. Speak-
War Veterans headquarters. The ers will be Dr. Leon Fram of Tem-
ple Israel and Rabbi Israel I. Hal-
pern of Beth Abraham, reporting
Ask Homeowners to Help on
"The Latest From Israel". The
two rabbis have just returned from
Postmen Perform Job
a UJA-sponsored rabbinical study
Slippery, snow-covered walks in
mission to Israel. Program mod-
residential areas are taking a
erator will be Lawrence Halpern.
heavy toll on Detroit area postmen.
The public is invited.
According to Postmaster Edward
L. Baker, already this winter
Detroit mailmen have suffered 80
falls on slippery pavements and
steps, 25 of which have resulted
Orchestra and Entertainment
in disabling injuries.
Baker said the situation has
become extremely serious, and he
appealed to local residents to clear
their walks, steps and porches of
ice and snow as soon as possible.

Larry Freedman

647-2367

/tiro ISItigig

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The Grade

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COMING TO
SOUTH FIELD
IN FEBRUARY

Congressman William S. Broom-
field announced he has nominated
a number of Oakland County high
school seniors and graduates to
compete for appointments to serv -
ice academies. They include ED-
WARD H. HERSHMAN, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Arnold Hershman of
Bloomfield Hills, Air Force Aca-
demy; and ROBERT A. LEVINE,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Le-
vine of Southfield, Naval Academy.
Under the competitive appoint-
ment system sued by Broomfield,
final selection of appointees to
each academy will be determined
by a selection board at the aca-
demy.

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