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February 11, 1972 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-11

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Ex-Iran Delegate to UN to Explore
'Arab World and Israel' at Institute

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NY Colloquium Called
:Jerome Golden in .11th

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"The Arab World and Israel,"'
Dr. Nasrollah Fatemi, dean of
the second lecture in a three-part the graduate school at Fairleigh
series on Mid-East issues, under Dickenson University and former
Iranian delecate to the United
Nations, will be the guest speaker.
The Layman's Institute has been
developed by the American Jewish
Committee, American Jewish Con-
gress. Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, Jewish Labor Commit-
tee and Michigan Association of
Jewish College Students, in coo-
operation with the Jewish Com-
munity Council.
Persian born, Dr. Fatemi is a
former newspaper editor and
former mayor of the Iranian city.
of Shim. He has served in the
MISS LINDA LEIBLER
Iranian parliament and held a
variety of diplomatic posts. He
Mr. and Mrs. Max Leibler of
taught at the Asia Institute and Rockville Center, N.Y., announce
Princeton University before com- the engagement of their daughter
ing to Fairleigh Dickenson.
Linda to Jerome Simon Golden,
DR. NASROLLAH FATEMI
Co-chairmen for the Feb. 14 son of 'Mrs. Sophie Golden of Charl-
the sponsorship of the Layman's lecture will be Bernard Panush, ton Sq., Southfield, and the late
Institute on the Middle East, will vice president of the Jewish Com- Saul Golden.
Miss Leibler was graduated from
be held 8 p.m. Monday at Cong. munity Council; Ronald Rothstein,
Shaarey Zedek.
chairman of the Michigan Region S arah Lawrence College, and Mr.
of the Anti-Defamation League; and Golden was graduated from the
Ralph Goren, representing the University of Michigan.
A May wedding is planned.
Michigan Association of Jewish
DICK STEIN
Presents
College Students.
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
The third and final lecture in Center's 'Little Foxes'
AND
the institute series will be held Crew Introduced;
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
7:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Jewish
Center. Michael Harrington, syndi- Opens This Weekend
THE *0001 McCALISTER ORCH.
lestowty wiaw with AN"
cated columnist, will speak on "A
When Center Theater presents
THE ORIN ROSS ORCHESTRA
Democratic Socialist Looks at the Lillian Hellman's "T b e Little
Middle East."
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Foxes" Feb. 12, 13, 16, 17 and 19,
The lectures are open to the director Hal Youngblood will be
public at no charge.
backed up by an experienced pro-
duction crew.
Center Theater president Jules
Neo-Nazi Outbreaks
Abrams is assistant d ir ecto r.
Abrams has appeared in produc-
Occur in S. Boston
tions in New York, at the Center
BOSTON (JTA)—Aii outbreak of and on five local T.V. specials in-
ONE CENT SALE! f I
swastika-smearings, broken win- cluding Youngblood's "The Cop-
BUY ONE AT
dows, and paintings of anti-Semitic per Monorah."
REGULAR PRICE
slogans on store windows in the
Producer Alan Kroker has ap-
AND NEXT ONE
City Point area of South Boston has peared in such Center Theater
FOR ONE CENT
upset
Jewish
storekeepers
and
productions
as "Fiddler on the
NATURAL VITAMINS
yowow
brought demands of increased Roof," "Barefoot in the Park" and
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police protection.
2813 Ceelloke, bArkley
"Enemy of the People." He stage
Representatives of the Anti- managed "Light Up the Sky" and
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"The
Odd Couple."
Defamation
League
said
they
had
PresParkins
Dern Dailyte 7
His assistant producer, Toby
met with police authorities and
410-
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had been assured that detectives Lantz, is involved in all phases of
and other special police officers theater.
are making a "concerted effort
Set and light design and set
to oPPrehend those suspected of
decoration are by Karl Klap•
involvement In this. outrage."
thor of Oakland University's
Council President Justin L. Academy of Drama and Leo
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The 1900 southern costumes will
signs that had been painted on the
store windows, said "The South be created and coordinated by
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Mary
Medwed.
Boston excesses are all too remi-
Neer Post Mee
Lee Dworkin, the stage manager,
niscent of the Brown Shirt era of
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the late 1930s and 1940s; and they and his wife Rita, property mis-
must be halted."
tress, who appeared professionally
in the Stevens Sisters Trio, have
worked on many of the Center's
previous shows.
Donna Zatkin is co-property
chairman.
Tickets are available at Hud-
son's, Grinnell's and at the Jewish
Community Center. Special group
rates for theater parties are avail-
able. For information, call Rose
Shapiro
at the Center, DI 1-4200
1. ZOA—Masada Teen-Age Summer Camp
between 9 a.m. and noon Monday
through Friday.
Boys and girls, 13 thru 17

NEW YORK (JTA) — The first
Greek Orthodox Christian-Jewish
National Colloquium was held here
under the joint auspices of the
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of
North and South America and the
American Jewish Committee.
The co-chairmen of the col-
loquim, Rabbi Marc II. Tanen-
baum, director of the AJCommit-
tee's department of interreligious
affairs, and the Rev. Dr. Robert
Stephanopoulos, director of the
interchurch office of the Arch-
diocese, hailed the event as a
serious systematic and organized
way to "join forces to meet their
common problems.
They noted that both com-
munities in this country "face
common problems as they seek
to perpetuate rich foreign-lan-
guage traditions into the next
generation and are faced by
s t r on g forces of assimilation
which threaten to erode their re-
spective distinctive heritages."
Rabbi Tanenbaum told the meet-
ing at its closing session that the
Greek Orthodox Church has a not-
able record of helping to save Jew-
ish lives under the Nazis.

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JWV

Ladies Department of Michigan
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wed, at the
JWV headquarters. Reports on
fund raising will be given, and
plans made for its national presi-
dent's visit here in March. For in-
formation, call the office, 255-4743,
or President Rosalyn Liner, LI
7-7132, evenings.
* * *
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POST will meet 10 a.m. Sunday
at the JWV Headquarters.

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