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May 07, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-07

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34—Friday, May 7, 1971

Beth El Music Festival Tonight

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

• • • i
act ivities n Society

eivry

i

On

the Atl-

The annual Hebrew Music Fes-
tival of Temple Beth El will be
held 8:30 p.m. today.
Two dramatic oratorios, "Am

Yisrael Hai" (Israel Lives) by
John Winzweig and "A Song of the
Wise" by Ely E. Pilchik and Reu-
ven Kosakoff, will be heard.
The Wayne State University
Chamber Singers, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Harry Langsford, and
the Temple Beth El choir, chorale
and religious school choir, under
the direction of Mr. and Mrs.
Jason H. Tickton, are to perform.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz will be
the narrator.

This Week's Radio and
In town for the wedding of Rochelle Pearl Rapp and Steve Warren
Mid-America Hebrew U.
Television Programs
Krause Sunday were Dr. Harold Bloch of the Virgin Islands, Dr. and
Mrs. Fred Bloch of Gary, Ind., 'Mrs. Dorothy Leeman of Los Angeles,
Conclave in Cleveland
SPECIAL
Charles Madison of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kandlis of Kansas
Joseph Jackier, president of De-
Time:
7
p.m.
Wednesday
City and Mr. and Mrs. William Veis and sons of North Hollywood,
eroit Chapter American Friends
Station: Channel 56
Calif.
Feature: "Some Speak . . . Some of the Hebrew University, an-
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Gilbert of Cincinnati (she's the former
Are Silent." The original drama nounces that the first Mid-America
School
reunion,
High
Elly Jacobs) saw old friends at the Central
by Wayne State University stu- Leadership Conference of Ameri-
class of 1946.
dent Lois Clamage tells of a fam- can Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
ily reunion complicated by war, sity, will take place in Cleveland, College of Psychiatrists
the draft and the generation gap. May 22-23.
Jackier stated that Dr. Burton Elects Peter Martin
Jules Abrams, Joyce Feurring,
Ilene Grossman and Abby Moran V. Dean of Case Western Reserve Secretary-General
perform. Evelyn Orbach produced University will serve as confer-
The American College of Psy-
Rabbi Moshe Sherer, executive and from Mincer's market. Rabbi and staged the program. Jerry ence chairman.
This conference will bring to- chiatrists, meeting at the Short
president of Agudath Israel of Leizer Levin is honorary chair- Burke was television director.
gether leadership from the vari- ham Hotel, Washington, D.C.,
* * *
America, will be featured speaker man of the concert. For informa-
ous
cities of the region, including elected Dr. Peter A. Martin, sec-
tion
and
reservations,
call
Joseph
at the Lag b'Omer Maariv Sefira
SPECIAL
retary-general for the coming
Detroit.
Concert sponsored by the Aguda Borenstein, DI 1-0569.
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday
year.
The
opening
dinner,
May
22
at
of Detroit, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
Rabbi Shere has waged an in-
Station: Channel 7
Dr. Martin is in private practice
Temple
Brith
Emeth,
will
be
ad-
at Cong. Shaarey Shomayin.
tensive campaign to obtain fed-
Feature: "Beyond the Mirage."
in Detroit and is
Tickets are available from Bor- eral and state aid for children Lorne Greene narrates the Israeli- dressed by Bernard Cherrick, vice clinical professor
made film giving the views of Jews president of the Hebrew Univer-
enstein's and Spitzer's bookstores attending nonpublic schools.
of psychiatry in
He testified many times since and Arabs on jobs, education, sity.
C h e r r i c k, born in Dublin, the medical
1960 before congressional commit- health standards, security and the
tees to champion the rights of way to peace. The film was pro- Ireland, studied at the Universi- schools of both
yeshiva students and received a duced by the Jewish Chautauqua ties of London and Manchester. the University of
He took his master's degree in Michigan and
citation from President Johnson Society.
Semitic languages and philosophy Wayne State Uni-
* * *
for his help in the passage of the
at the University of Manchester, versity.
ETERNAL LIGHT
Elementary and Secondary Educa-
The American
and held. a research fellowship
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
tion Act of 1965.
there. He served as rabbi at a lead- College of Psy
Station:
WWJ
Rabbi Sherer, an instructor of
Feature: "A Conversation With ing synagogue in London. Wthen chiatrists is an
homiletics at the Mesifta Torah
the war broke out in 1939, he be- organization of
Vodaath of Brooklyn, is a founder Abraham J. Heschel." Author came an army chaplain. He then psychiatric lead-
Harold
Flender
will
interview
the
of the National Jewish Commis-
Dr. Martin
became director of the Jewish 'Na- ers dedicated to
sion on Law and Public Affairs noted theologian, philosopher and tional Fund and the United Palis- the promotion, maintenance and
(COLPA). He is co-editor of the writer. Dr. Heschel is Ralph Simon tine Appeal of Great Britain.
support of the highest standards in
Jewish Observer and of "Dos Yid- Professor of Jewish Ethics and
psychiatry
through teaching, train-
In
1947,
Cherrick
settled
in
Is-
dishe Vort," and his articles have Mysticism at the Jewish Theologi- rael and became associated with ing and research. Dr. Martin was
RABBI MOSHE SHERER
appeared in many Jewish period- cal Seminary of America. He was the Hebrew University of Jerusa- one of its charter fellows.
icals. He has lectured extensively among the first to work on behalf lem as its World director of organi-
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ENTERTAINMENT
*
throughout North America, South of Soviet Jewry.
• • •
zation. He is now chairman of the
*
* * *
America and Israel.
CARICATURES,
COMEDIANS,
*
university's program for junior
Nano-Accordion-Singers
HIGHLIGHTS
*
year study in Jerusalem.
The Bia Bands
*
*
Time:
9:45
a.m.
Sunday
„. ,
* SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
Book Fair Chairmen
Station: Channel 2
Clinton Junior High School PTA,
356-8525
N. Brewster Broder, president
Feature: "Do We Dare Forget?" Oak Park, is sponsoring "FUNNY
it
Available
of the Jewish Center, announces —a commemoration to the victims GIRL" 7:30 p.m. Monday, Tues-
New Confirmation
the appointment of Mrs. Samuel of the Holocaust. Mrs. Romualda day, Thursday and Friday in the
41


Babcock and Mrs. Charles Abram- Ciesielska, honored by Israel as Oak Park High School auditorium.
son as co-chairmen of the 1971 one of the Righteous Among the Directed by Wayne Wolfson, the
Jewish Book Fair. Both women Gentiles for her part in saving play will star Deborah Wedes,
have been on the boards of the Jewish lives during the war, will Keith Kurz, Beth Feiger and Jack
Jewish Welfare Federation and the speak with Dr. John J. Mames, a Rubin. Proceeds will go to the
41
Jewish Center.
survivor. Members of Shaarit Hap- Leukemia Fund. For information,
Former committee chairmen who laytah will light memorial can- call Mrs. Wallace Wolfson, 398-3365.
it
will serve as vice chairmen for the dles, and community leaders will
year's event are Mesdames Morton be heard. Evelyn Orbach is nar-
MUSIC BY
Lesser, Gerald Bloom and George rator and producer.
Portraits by


RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES
Parzen.
HEARD OUR VOICE
AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD
Book Fair will be held at the
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
• Orchestras • Entertainment
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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Station: WCAR
• Speakers • Concerts
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Feature: "Songs of Israel" con-
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tinues. Hillel and Aviva will be
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r
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rhythmic songs, accompanied by
Merriliwood Bldg. Mall
pipe and drum. Series host, Cantor
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
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