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October 29, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-29

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Rabbi Joel Ponpko,associate

William Feinberg, president of
Sholem Aleichem . Institute, an-
nounces the first oneg Shebat 'of
the year will be -held 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 5 at Mel Day School.
Zalman Zylbercweig, editor and
compiler of the "Lexicon of the
Yiddish Theater," will speak on
"Sholem Aleichem — the Theater
Enthusiast."
Zylbercweig has devoted many
years to researching the history
of the Yiddish theater and is
recognized as a world authority
in 'his field.
The public is invited at no
>charge. Refreshments will be
served.

Nearly 80 percent of the student
- body at Michigan State is from
Michigan.

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MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

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director- 4 the- Bnai Binh Billet
foundation at the University of
Michigan, will discuss - "The Jew-
ish HistoriCal Ex-
perience and the
College Camput"
8. p.m. Monday at
Rohlik Building
of the United
Hebrew Schools-
.The occasion will
be . the annual
ni -e mbership
meeting of AkiVa
Hebrew Day
School. Rabbi Poupko
It was erroneously reported in
last week's paper that Rabbi
Poupko would speak this past
Monday.
A social hour and refreshments
will follow the meeting. The public_
is invited. For information, call
the school office, 354-4664, or
557-0227.

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Wives of physicians and dentists will unite in a fund-raising
project to sponsor a "Fiddler on the Roof" theater party Nov. 14
at Northland - Theater. Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity Women's
President Mrs. Richard Williams and Maimonides Medical Society
Auxiliary President Mrs. Sander Klein announced the joint effort,
a first for the- two professional group auxiliaries. Alpha Omega
Women aid indigent dental patients at the Shiffman Clinic of Sinai
Hospital, provide loans to needy students at the universities of-Mich-
igan and Detroit dental schools and promote postgraduate research
at the Hadassah Hospital dental school in Israel. Maimonides Anc-
illary provides scholarship loans to medical students in Michigan and
Israel, aid the visually handicapped in the Detroit public schools
and in Israel, and support the Kupat Cholim health organization in
Israel. For tickets, can the fund-raising chairmen, Maimesides"
Mrs. Burton Zack, 541-5383, or Alpha Omega's Mrs. Sheldon Moto*,
3529119. Shown are (from left) Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Williams and
Mrs. Plotnilc.

Representatives of -the Detroit
community were among Jewish
leaders meeting in Israel last
week for the 1972 United Jewish
- Appeal National Study Conference.
The eight-day conference was
an in-depth study of the special
problems facing Israel in 1972,
including immigration, poverty and
life in the border areas.
Paul Zuckerman, incoming gen-
eral chairman of UJA, and Mrs.
Zuckerman were on the tour,
which was led by 1971 UJA Gen-
eral Chairman Edward Ginsburg
of Cleveland.
The Detroit delegation included
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Eisenberg, Dr. and
Mrs. Leon Fill, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest J. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
I. William Sherr, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Shiffman, Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Shiffman and Herbert P. Sill-
man.
The, conference was held in pre-
paration for the 1972 fund raising
campaigns. The Detroit delegates

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stated that "they will draw upon
the experience and information
gained in Israel to give direction
to the 1972 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund."
While in Israel the leadership
mission met with Prime Minister
Golda Meir, Finance Minister
Pinches Sapir, Louis A. Pincus,
executive of the Jewish Agency,
and other officials
During an emotionally mov-
ing morning silent at Lod.,4011r-
port, the group helped greet 450
new immigrants arriving in- Is-
rael Three - airplanes, arriving
from Teheran and Vienna
brought immigrants from the
Soviet Union, India and North
Africa, as well as 14 Youth
Aliyah children.

Also on hand to greet the im-
migrants as they deplaned were
girl soldiers of the Israel defense
forces, who sang "Heiveinu Shalom
Aleichem" (We bring peace) as
many immigrants burst into tears
at the end of their long journey.
Brilliant Indian saris contrasted
with somber Russian woolen coats
in the warm October sunshine.
The Americans, especially moved
by the sight of infants and small
children and by the aged among
the new arrivals, joined in danc-
ing a welcoming hors on the land-
ing 'field.
The UJA group visited. four ab-
sorption centers where new immi-
grants are housed for six months
and given intensive Hebrew lan-
guage training, vocational guid-
ance and housing assistance.
At a panel discussion on immi-
gration, Uzi Narkiss, director gen-
eral of immigration for the Jewish
Agency, answered questions on the
needs and challenges of immi-
gration in Israel. The Group also
was addressed by Aryeh Duhin,
treasurer of the Jewish Agency..

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His choice was unfortunate: the
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