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July 31, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-31

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Judith Fink to Wed
Ira G. Harris in Sept.

g ewry

Yehuda Hanani, Israeli cellist,
will be featured in the Akiva He-
brew Day School Fall Concert
series Entitled "Concert in A Sanc-
This Week's Radio and
tuary" and held at Bnai David
Television Programs
Synagogue, the performance will
be limited to September 20, it was
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
announced by Iry Herman, concert
Time: 7 a.m., Sunday
chairman.
Station: WDEE
Hanani was discovered in 1964 by
Feature: "Voices from Curacao", Isaac Stern and Leonard Rose dur-
a series of programs on the 17th ing a performance in Israel.
annual convention of the Ameri-
His background includes the
can Conference of Centers in Cura Julliard School of Music, study
cao, continues.
• • •

tie Air

HEAR OUR VOICE

HIGHLIGHTS
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fink, formerly
of Detroit, of North Bay Village,
Time: 9:45 a.m., Sunday
Fla., announce the engagement of
Station: Channel 2
their daughter Judith Dovah to Ira
Feature: "Let's Do Something—
G. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitzvah Corps," is a filmed pre-
Herbert L. Harris of Birchcrest sentation depicting the involve-
ment of Michigan State Temple
Ave.
The bride-elect was graduated Youth in a summer program at an
from New York University. Mr. inner-city school.
• • •
Harris received his BA and his
IN CONTACT
LLB degrees from the University
of Michigan.
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday
Station: WJR
A September wedding is planned.
Feature: Man and religion are
placed "in contact."
Meadow Brook Evening

Set by LZOA Branch II

Daniel-Josef Branch 11 of the
Labor Zionist Organization is plan-
ning an "Evening at Meadow
Brook" Aug. 8.
Itzhak Perlman, and the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra will perform.
The evening will begin at 6 p.m.
with a bring-your-own-food and-
wine picnic supper.
For information on transporta-
tion tickets, call Jean Levy, 862-
3142, or Edith Maniker, EL 7-1864.

MUSIC TO PLEASE

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Hanani has won awards includ-
ing the Hour of Music Award in
1967;
the Concert Artists Guild
French Initiative in M.E.
and was chosen to make
Seen in Pompidou Meeting Auditions
his New York debut on the Young
PARIS (JTA)—The French Am- Artists Series in the Metropolitan
bassador to Israel, Francois Hure,
Museum of Art.
was received July 22 by President
During the current year he has
Georges Pompidou at Elysee Pal- been engaged as soloist with the
ace for an intensive briefing on London Symphony, Philadelphia
Israel's long range plans in the Symphony and Boston Pops. His
Middle East and the future de-
pianist is Anahid Alexanian.
velopment of Franco-Israeli rela-
The third in the fine concert
tions.
series established by the Akiva
It was the first time in nearly Board of Directors, the evening will
three years that a French ambas- highlight one of the several cul-
sador to Israel had been received tural events of the school year.
by a French President.
For tickets call Akiva Hebrew
Observers believe that the Day School, 545-1060.
French ambassador's reception
shows that the French government
is about to undertake, within com-
ing months, a new diplomatic ini-
tiative in the Mid East.

Senior Citizen Increased Property
Tax Exemption was made possible
because of the work of

MORRIS

the Jewish War Veterans hosted
the two candidates for national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans Tuesday at a meeting of
the Bale Post Executive Board.
Jerry D. Cohen, Staten Island,
and Albert Schlossberg, Boston,
the two candidates, debated issues
confronting the U.S., Jewry, and
J.W.V.
Bale Post Commander Melvin
Weingarden presided, and served
as moderator.
The election of the national com-
mander will take place on August
22, in Atlanta.

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Continuing the series
on great cantors, "Cantor Pierre
Pinchik' is featured.
• • •

MISS JUDITH FINK

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 31, 1970-31

Israeli Cellist to Play Candidates to Head Veterans
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NEW YORK—Samuel Rothberg,
of Peoria, Ill., a leading midwest
business executive and nationally
prominent communal figure, has
been elected as a non-party mem-
ber of the executive of the World
Zionist Organization and the Jew-
ish Agency.
Rothberg has for the past 25
years occupied a foremost position
of national leadership in American
Jewish effort in behalf of Israel.
National campaign chairman for
the State of Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, Rothberg was one of its found-
ers, and has been intimately asso-
ciated with the growth and devel-
opment of the concept of aid to
Israel through investment in Israel
Bonds. He is president of Capital
for Israel, Inc., as well as presi-
dent of Israel Investors Corpora-
tion and has been a leading mem-
ber of various delegations of out-
standing American businessmen
who have visited Israel and Europe
and conferred with top officials of
the Israel Government on problems
of Economic development.
He was one of the principal or-
ganizers of the World Economic
Conference in Jerusalem in April,
1968, to stimulate wider private
investment in Israel's economy
intensified promotion of its export
trade.
Rothberg has also been a key
figure in the development of high-
er education in Israel. He is chair-
man of the board of governors of
Hebrew University, president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and recipient of its 1962
Scopus Award. In March, 1966, the
Hebrew University conferred upon
him the honorary degree of Doctor
of Philosophy.

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