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January 22, 1971 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

211—Fride ► , ismer/ 22, 1,71

`Southfield Night at Symphony'
to Focus on Cities' Cultural Link

To show that Southfield is ready

to share in sponsorship' and en-
couragement of cultural arts in
the metropolitan Detroit commu-
nity, the Southfield Arts Council
will sponsor "Southfield Night at

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the Symphony," 8 p.m. Feb. 4 at
Ford Auditorium. Cantor Jacob
Barkin of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
will be a soloist, along with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra's prin-
cipal cellist, Italo Babini.
Southfield Mayor Norman Feder
appointed an arts committee a
year ago with the idea of involving
his city in the cultural life of the
tri-county community.
Sponsorship of the Feb. 4 concert
is the largest project which the
Southfield Arts Council has under.
taken.
Cantor Barkin, who with his wife
moved here a little more than a
Year ago from Washington, D.C.,
is a charter member of the South-
field Arts Council and has been
active in planning many musical
events for the city.
To emphasize the theme of the
concert, the Arts Council has in-
vited communications media and
Shorts personalities who have
contributed to the growth and
reputation of the community to
be guests for this special per-
formance. They will be guests at
. the champagne afterglow in the
lower lobby, which is open to the
public.
In the main lobby there will be
an exhibit by Southfield area
artists.
Tickets are available at Hud-
son's, Grinnell's, Ford Auditorium
and the National Bank of South-
field main office on Lahser Rd.

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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pantzer of
Westhampton Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Karen Rose to Bruce
Jeffrey Lazar, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Lazar of Church Ave.,
Oak Park.
A graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, Miss Pantzer is working
on her masters degree at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Her 'fiance
holds a bachelors degree from
WSU, where he was affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Pi, Psi Chi
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Kappa. He is a senior in law
school at U. of M.
The couple plans to marry in
July.

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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "The Gates of Justice,"
written by Dave Brubeck and per-
formed by the Dave Brubeck Trio,
will concentrate on the historic
and spiritual parallels of the Jew
and American Negro through a
variety of musical styles. Cantor
Harold Orbach, tenor, represents
the voice of Hebrew tradition,
while the Negro baritone, McHenry
Boatwright, is the symbol of con-
temporary man.' The work was
written in response to a commis-
sion from the College-Conservatory
of Music of the University of Cin-
cinnati and the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Trial of the Two
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
religious and moral figures, hosts •
the weekly program whose premise
is to place religion and man in
contact. '
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: The Jews Left Be-
hind"—a two-part' series present-
ing the story of those Jews left
in areas of minimal Jewish popu-
lation. Written by Carole Chaae,
publicity staff writer of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation of Detroit,
the first show will depict the work
being done by the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution in such
places as Morocco, Tunisia, Iran
and Romania, and tell how this
work is being supported by the
American Jewish community.

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troit announces its annual melave
manta honoring the memory of the
Sfas Emes will be held 8 p.m. Jan.
30 at Cong. Bnai Jacob.
The leader of thousands of Jews
in Europe, the rabbi bears the
name Sfas Emes (Language of
Truth) because that was the title
of his many writings. The present
Gerer Rebbe, who lives in Israel,
is a grandson of the Sfas Emes
and a leader in the World Agudath
Israel Organization. A report will
be given to dinner guests on Agu-
dath Israel activities planned for
this year.

The Toledo Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration announces the purchase of
a summer camp, Ma-Hi-Ya, on the
lake, in Chelsea, Mich. The coedu-
cational facilities also bears the
name of the late executive direc-
tor of the Federation, Marvin
Lerner.
June 27-July 16 will be the date
for the first session, for children
entering 3rd through 6th grades
in the fall.
The second session, July 18-Aug.
13, is for children entering the
6th through 10th grades in the fall.
There is a variety of activi-
ties including sports, Sabbath
programs, arts and crafts and
nature lore. There are camper
cabins, dining hall, recreation
lodges, game room, arts and
crafts building, health cabin,
and hot shower buildings.
There is a registered nurse on
duty at all times, and a clinic in
Chelsea is under contract to keep
a doctor on call at all hours. Meals
are prepared in accordance with
Jewish dietary laws.
For information on registration
and fees, write Murray Guttman,
camp director, Jewish Community
Center, 2275 Collingwood, Toledo,

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