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November 12, 1971 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-12

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At 5:15 p.m liforiday. Arwin
Galleries will present the recent
work Of JOHN GOULD, Toronto
artist-filmmaker: This preview and
reception will launch Gould's
fourth one-man show at Arwin
Galleries. The show is scheduled
to run through Dec. 3.
* *

TRO --MUSICA - SOCIETY - will
present the Guarneri String Quar-
tet 8:30 p.m.:.Nov... 19; at the.De-
trait Institute :of Arts. The young,
but Widely , xicclaitiielk,grqnp . con-
sists orArnold
John Dailey, violin David Soyer,
cello; :and,
Tree', viola.
The group records on RCA.

When the NATIONAL BALLET
comes to the Masonic Auditorium,
8:20 p.m. Nov. 26 to perform
"Cinderella," Dame Margot Fon-
teyn will be special guest artist
dancing the title role. Ben Steven:,
son, the new co-director of the Na-
tional Ballet, created this new pro-
duction of "Cinderella," for the
1970-71 season. The production has
been universally acclaimed by
critics.

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Sunday, Nov. 14

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"SKITCH" HENDERSON brir4s
his show to the Masonic Audito-
rium, 3 p.m. Nov. 21. His color-
ful career ranges from piano stints
in what he affectionately calls
"pubs" to guest direction of the
New York Philharmonic.

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The Jewish Mother

Drafting of New
New Defense
Budget Begins- as Static-
Prices Tumble_5-6 Points

By LUCIENNE V. LEVIN

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday,' Nereimber 12, - 1971-41

Once upon, a time, not so long ago.

There was Such a thing

JERUSALEM (JTA) —A 'Special
As a proud Jewish mother
committee of Cabinet ministers
Who believed that
To give way to wonder
has been charged with the delicate
About one's own child,
task of drafting a budget-for the
To love- and protect,
defense ministry that will fit into
Cherish and be concerned,
Be moved and be tender
the fiscal limits outlined by Fi-
Were not an extraordinary
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir.
Bewildering or abominable
Thing to do ...
The next fiscal year begins on
But, then came "PORTNOY"
April 1, 1972 and it is customary
And all that had seemed normal
to present the draft, budget to
Became anathema, became
anachronism,
the Knesset on the first Monday
The love was not supportive
in January.
But was annihilating
The protection caused atrophy,
A matter of sharp public de-
The concern was meant to debase.
bate recently has been over
The tenderness, said the indictment.
Made one overly dependent
whether the Defense Ministry's
And
the Jewish mother
budget should be trimmed along
Had supposedly created a generation
with those of other ministries.
WOich was emotionally crippled,
Unable to face life,
Sapir has suggested an over-all
Unable to accept the self.
budget proposal for fiscal 1972 re-
Unable to give love
And stripped- of all will power.
portedly- in the amount of
And eve
exclaimed
$4,000,000,000 including a $750,-
How marvelous! How stunning!
Somebody dared to humble,
000,000 deficit.
To destroy the sacred cow!
Draft budgets already submit-
And even the Jewish mother
ted by an ministries amount to
Wanting to be very sophisticated
Joined her voice to that of others
about $5,600,000,000 and major
And laughed with the audacious,
cuts will- be required to bring it
Witty, brilliant and tragic writer,
Not daring to confront
into line with the Finance Minis-
Those who can themselves
ter's best estimate o _ f what the
The "in" people.
economy can 'bear.
Not daring to face
The agony of the realization
Stock prices tumbled Friday on
That a great chasm had suddenly
the Tel Aviv Stock-Exchange after
Been caused by one man.
One man who bellowed his anger
the Finance Ministry announced
To the world, one man
plans to freeze dividends in the
Who did not like his Jewish mother,
Who did not like his Jewishness
coming year. While there was no
And branded both
mass selling by investors, most of
With the fire of his hatred.
the shares' traded dropped five to
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six points.

BONN— Israel's ambassador to
West German, Eliashiv Ben Horin,
signed a new economic agreement
Under which Lsrael will receive
about $4,680,000 in economic aid
during the current year:. The aid
will be used to increase the Cap-
ital of the Israeli'- Development =MARVIN D. HOLTZBERG was
Bank and to finance housing, road appointed Metropolitan Detroit
building and the expansion of area sales manager for Faygo
Israel's ielePh
one, network.'
Beverages.
*
The 32nd degree of Scottish
Rite of Masonry was awarded to
a--number of local men who are
active in the organization_ They
include Nash Adelinan, Lawrence I
Fisher, Samuel P. Havis, -Albert
Marx, Nathan Pack and Laurence
W o 1 f, all of Southfield; and
Jerome Hack, Phillip Kulick,
-Philip- Pankow and Stuart Sinai,
all of Oak Park.
• • •
The Jewish Center of Baltimore
will present a' "Chajes Day" Nov.
'21, featuring the works of Detroit
composer-pianist JULIUS CHAJES.
Chains and - ISADORE SASLAV,
concertmaster of the Baltimore
Symphony Orchestra, will be -The
performing artists at the evening
concert, = in which Annette Chajes
also will participate. During the
afternoon, a Music-study program
'fox young people, "HebreW Music,"
will cast Chajes in the role of lec-
turer, with himself and his wife
as the illistrators. Saslove spent
his childhood And earlier musical
education in Detroit— and was a
protege of the Music Study Club
of Metropolitan Detroit. His most
recent appearance here was three
yeari ago when he and his wife
were the- featured artists at the
45tt( "Annual 'Artist 'Concert" of
the organization.

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Board Chairman Dr. Arthur F.
Burns will be designated a fellow
in the Society of Fellows of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at the institution's annual
awards dinner, Nov. 21, in Hotel
Pierre.
The seminary's Universal Broth-
erhOod Medal will go to Patrick J.
Clifford, board chairman and chief
executive officer of Security Na-
tMnal Bank of Huntington, Li.
The Louis Marshall Memorial

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