34—Friday, May 1, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Recorded 'Living Story of Israel'
Provides Informative Travelogue
Detroit painter MALKA.KUTNICK
"The Living Story of Israel" is has emerged into strength and cre-
was selected by the art department
a long-playing record produced by ativity.
Wayne State University to hold
The positive efforts are empha-
Living Story Records, 11275 Massa-
a one-man exhibition all next week
chusetts Ave., Los Angeles, aimed sized in the narration by Burnstein
Sunday with a reception
at reaching people of all faiths that was prepared by Rashall. at the Community Arts Center.
with the story of Israel's develop- While the war effort is not over- Some of her art is currently on ex-
ment, its emergence into statehood, looked, the stress is on the role of
hibit at the Detroit Institute of
the accomplishments of the past 22 a people that has aimed at provid- Arts, Michigan Artists' Market and
years, the leadership that has ing a home for the homeless and at J.L. Hudson Co. Several months
guided an embattled people into
ago, when Detroit General Hos-
Gladys Hadaya arranged and pital was remodeled, a committee
It is a long narrative—a travel-
headed by Mrs. William Keast
ogue in which the entire story of , conducted the music for this re- selected Mrs. Kutnick to paint
Israel reborn is related effectively: cording. Some of the material was two murals for the foyer of the
with interspersed quotes from im- provided by Yehuda Lev. The mu- hospital. Upon receiving a master
portant addresses by David Ben- , sical recordings are by Shimon of arts degree this June, she will
Gurion and others and with mu-; Gewirtz. Quotations of declarations continue her studies at the Boston
of Israel's independence proclama-
Institute of Art.
tion and other historic factors are
Written by Daniel Rashall, the ,
'rom actual historic records. P.S.
narrator of the travelogue is Mike :
Goodbody and Company, nation-
Burnstein, son of Yiddish musical'.
wide brokerage firm, has appointed
comedy stars. Burstein settled in
MARVIN L. MOLASKY, 30244
Israel in 1962. He has been an en-
Southfield, Southfield, an invest-
tertainer for Israeli troops and his
ment executive in its Detroit
skill as a narrator is evidenced in .
Orchestra leader David H. Dia- office.
the fine, steady voice that marks mond, who played before Presi-
his description of what has hap- dents H e r be rt
The appointment of CHAR-
pened in Israel and how the nation Iloover and
LES I. SCHER as executive vice
Franklin D. Roo-
president of the American Tech-
sevelt, died Sun-
nion Society has been announced
day at age 68.
by Jacob Walter Ullmann, presi-
dent. Scher has been national cam-
paign director of the Anti-Defama-
who was born in
Poland, was a
tion League o! Bnai Brith for the
past seven years.
April 23—To Mr. and Mrs as well as orche-
Steven Collins (Jo Ann Block) stra leader. He
SHINION BENSHEMESH, direc-
20234 Lindsay, a daughter, Mich , belonged to Tem-
tor-general of the Keren Kayemeth
ple Israel and was
Le Israel (Jewish National Fund),
a 50-year mem-
arrived in the United States Wed-
April 21To former Detroiter ber of the Detroit Federation of nesday for a 10-day round of con-
Mr. and :Mrs. Gary Bider (Rose Musicians. He resided at 20.131 : sultations with the leadership of
Himber of Brooklyn) of Chicago, Stratford.
, the Jewish National Fund. Benshe
a son. Tzvi David.
Surving are his wife, Ethel; a mesh is in charge of all land re-
' daughter, Mrs. Frank (Marilyn) ' clamation, afforestation, road con-
April 19—To former Detroiters Handler Jr.; a sister, Mrs. Morris : struction and site development ac-
Dr. and :qrs. Richard Ketai (Susan (Betty) Portnoy; and four grand- ,: tivities of the JNF throughout the
Litt). of Rochester, N.Y., a daugh- children.
I entire territory of the state of
ter, Julie Esther. • Israel.
David H. Diamond
April 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence D. Light (Marilyn Krasnik),
28170 Fontana, Southfield, a son,
April 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Motorcycling as a family sport
Alpern (Barbara Sorscher), 15110
Dartmouth, Oak Park, a son Marc is coming on strong, it was ob-
by Andy Anderson, presi-
dent of the world's largest motor-
April 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard NI. Jacobs (Glenda Korn), SALES AND SERVICE, INC., 1645
23619 Parklawn, Oak Park, a son, Telegraph, Pontiac. Anderson, who
employs 10 salesmen, sells several
thousand cycles a year and has
April 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Richard been formally awarded Honda's
J. Colman (Lynn Kagan) 27321 "Top Dealer" plaque. Anderson is
Dequindre, Madison Heights, a planning an 8,000-square-foot show-
room to handle the new Honda
daughter, Alyssa Kara.
cars by late 1970.
Victor Shrem and Associates,
Inc., announces that GERALD NI.
AVRIN has joined the firm as prin-
cipal in charge of architecture, and
Licensed - Certified
the firm name has been changed to
Shrem and Avrin Associates, Inc.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
REV. GOLDMAN L.
SCHOSTAK BROTHERS AND
CO., realtors, has announced the
affiliation of SEYMOUR KAPLAN
with the organization.
Say It With Flowers:
Happy Mother's Day
President Woodrow Wilson first
proclaimed the national observance
of the second Sunday in May as
Mother's Day in 1914 although the
first Mother's Day took place seven
Years earlier as an unofficial cele-
bration started by Anna M. Jarvis,
whose idea it was to honor all
American mothers with a special
The celebration quickly spread
thrOughout the U.S. and to many
other parts of the world.
Miss Jarvis also named the car-
nation as the official Mother's Day
flower and thus continued the tra-
dition of giving flowers to mother
on her day.
This Mother's Day, May 10,
flowers can be sent to almost any
place in the world via Intertiora,
the worldwide floral delivery net-
work composed of more than 35,000
member florists in more than 100
Department of Michigan Ladies
Auxiliary will hold its annual
mothers and daughters banquet,
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Shaarey,
Shomayim Synagogue. The JWVA
Players will entertain. For reser-
vations call Mrs. Rosalyn Liner,
LI 7-7132. The auxiliary will be
hostesses at a games party given
by the Allied Veterans Council 8
p.m. Thursday at the Veterans
Memorial Building. The public is
Israel Standing Firm,
Tekoah Tells Histadrut
NEW YORK (JTA)—Ambassa-
dor Yosef Tekoah reaffirmed Is-
rael's determination to "remain
standing" against the "implacable
enemy" in an address to the 38th
annual Histadrut Third Seder.
"Arab aggression against Israel
has become the longest war of this
century anywhere," he asserted,
adding that behind the Arabs
"stands the Soviet Union, unswerv-
ing in its support of Arab bel-
"At times," he continued, "we
feel as if we were standing under
an avalanche of rocks, rocks, hurl-
ing against us from all directions,
beating, wounding, bleeding us.
Yet we remain standing.
"We must remain standing. If we
bend, if we turn away we shall all
"We have no intention to be
The four-hour service--attended
by 2,000 guests who also marked
the 50th anniversary of Histradut,
the National Committee for Labor
Israel—was derived from a "Voice
of Jubilee Hagada," comprising
traditional and contemporary pas-
sages on Zionism, Independence
and Judaism in general, presented
in Hebrew, Yiddish and 'English
Music was by the Zamir
with soloists Shoshana Damari and
Manuel Dorfman, 55,
Owned Auto Parts Firm
Two thousand Michigan firms
engage in world trade.
Manuel Dorfman, owner of De-
pendable Parts Service, wholesale
auto parts business at 5760 Schaef-
er, Dearborn, died Tuesday at age
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