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March 06, 1970 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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Local Leaders at Seminary Event

Among the prom-
inent local com-
munal leaders who
participated in the
Jewish Theological
Seminary of Amer-
ica's 11th annual
convocation and
dinner, recently in
Miami Beach, are
(from left Morris
Karbal, chairman
of the seminary's
greater Detroit
committee, Louis
Berry and Joseph
D. Feldman. The seminary is currently celebrating nationwide the
silver jubilee of its award-winning NBC radio and television program,
"The Eternal Light."

News Brevities

Verdi's masterpiece, "LA TRA-
Five principal dancers with the
VIATA," which will be presented ROYAL WINNIPEG B A L L E T,
at the Masonic Auditorium 8:20 from the U.S., Canada and Argen-
p.m. March 14 by the Goldovsky tina, will appear with the company
Grand Opera Theatre with new at the Masonic Auditorium 8:20
scenery and costumes, is based on p.m. March 13.
* * *
the well-known novel "La Dame
"SYMPATHY FOR THE DE-
aux Camelas," by Dumas. The
VIL,"
the
new
film by Jean-Luc
story of the Lady of the Camelias
has become a classic, beloved Godard starring the Rolling Stones,
throughout the world, and its will have its Detroit premiere
popularity has almost turned it April 9, 10, 11 and 12. Sponsored
into a legend to be seen and en- by the Wayne Cinema Guild,
joyed in many mediums—screen, showings will take place at Helen
stage, opera and in the original DeRoy Auditorium on the Wayne
State University Campus.
novel.
* * *
• *
The performing arts department
Pro Musica Society will present
pianist JEFFREY SIEGEL 8 p.m. of Cass Technical High School has
today in the lecture hall of the chosen Carson McCullers' MEM-
Detroit Institute of Arts, followed BER OF THE WEDDING as its
by a reception in the Romanesque fifth presentation of the season
Room. An honors graduate of Jun.- March 12-13. This humorous play
Bard, Siegel has been a top award presents the lonely life of adoles-
winner throughout his career. His cence and a young girl's reactions
prizes include Leaventritt Inter- to the people around her. Curtain
national Award, 1st prize in the times are 2:15 p.m. March 12 and
Busoni Competition *of Italy and a 8 p.m. March 13. For information,
silver prize at the Queen Eliza- contact the performing arts de-
beth Competition at Brussels in partment, 963-1950, Ext. 11.
a a •
1968. Siegel has been guest soloist
MARY SHARE, soprano lyrico-
with the Detroit Symphony, studied
in London on a Fulbright Scholar- spinto, acclaimed by critics to be
ship, appeared with both the Lon- the greatest discovery since Jean-
don Philharmonic and Liverpool ette MacDonald and Lily Pons, will
Philharmonic orchestras and was be presented under the direction of
Sioma Glaser in her only perform-
guest artist with BBC.
ance this season in Detroit, at
• • •
DETROIT ASSOCIATION FOR Masonic Temple, 8:30 p.m., Satur-
THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG day. She will be heard in a pro-
CHILDREN, will meet 8 p.m. gram of operettas and Broadway
at the Jewish Center. The slate of show tunes assisted by the well-
officers will be presented. Mrs. known pianist, Elsa Fiedler of the
Craig Elliott, program chairman, Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra.
has arranged for the presentation
of two films, "Discipline and Self-
Control" and "Jenny Is a Good
Thing." Mrs. Leo Dworkin, presi-
dent, invites guests. Refreshments
will be served. .
• • •
Tennessee Williams' SUMMER
Dr. Moshe M. Czudnowski, pro-
AND SMOKE, which opens at Oak- fessor of political science at He-
land University's Meadow Brook brew University, will discuss "The
Theater 8:15 p.m. Thursday, will Political and Economic Situation
be directed by former child movie in Israel" at a meeting of Arlaza-
star Terence Hilburn, a member roff Branch, Farband, 8 p.m. Wed-
of the faculty of Oakland's Aca- nesday at the Sholem Aleichem
demy of Dramatic Art. Tickets are Institute.
Philip Imber, president of the
available at the box office and
Hudson's, or call 962-0353, 377-2700. branch, said friends are invited to
Tickets for the April 1-5 perform- hear Prof. Czudnowski, currently
ances at the Detroit Institute of visiting professor at Wayne State
Arts are available at the Art In- University. Refreshments will be
stitute ticket office. Meadow served after the talk.
Brook's current production of
Born in Danzig, Poland, Dr.
Franz Kafka's "The Castle" is at Czudnowski emigrated to Pales-
the Institute of Arts.
tine in 1511 and fought in both
• • •
World War II and Israel's war
The Henry Ford High School of independence. He bolds a
Concert Band will present its an- PhD in political science from the
nual BANDTASTIC 8 p.m. March Sorbonne and has been with the
Hebrew University since 1959.
13 in the school auditorium. The
For two years, Dr. Czudnowski
band, under the direction of Sam
Emmer, will feature numbers from served as assistant economic coun-
Bernstein's "West Side Story" and selor at the Israel Embassy in
• the musical "Hair." The Sym- Paris. He has held visiting pro-
phonic Wind Ensemble, a new fessorships at Tel Aviv University,
group formed by Emmer, will play Haifa University College, Univer-
"American Overture for Band." sity of Wisconsin and University
Soloists win include Paul Shifrin, of Manchester, England.
He has written a number of
flute; Dan Nadis, clarinet; Tim
Nichols, french horn; Larry Tar- works on politics and currently is
preparing
a book on the compara-
ini, trumpet; Stacey Sellin, trom-
bone; Ken Harfoot, baritone; and tive analysis of political behavior.
Charles Bates, alto sax. The pro-
There are two tragedies in life.
gram will feature the annual teach-
er's skit co-authored by Marty One is to lose your heart's desire.
The
other is to gain it—George
Fridson. Tickets will be on sale at
., Bernard- Shaw.. - • • - •-•



Political Scientist
to Air Situation in
Israel at Meeting

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3 Ex-SS Men Get
Terms Ranging From
Seven Years to Life

MUNICH (JTA) — A Munich
jury sentenced three former SS
members to terms ranging from
seven years to life and acquitted
a fourth defendant on charges of
wartime murders of Jews.
Paul Johann Zapp, 65, was con-
victed of killing 13,419 Jews.
Eugene von der Recke, 66, re-
ceived a 13-year term for com-
plicity in the slaughter of 5,000
Jews; and Karl Noa, 59, received
a seven-year term for aiding in
the killing of 867 Jews. The trial
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