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March 23, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-23

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34—Friday, March 23,- 1973


Seniors Undaunted by Storm

Jewish Parents Institute:
25 Years of Education

The Jewish Parents Insti-
tute will celebrate 25 years
of providing a secular educa-
tion to children of the com-
munity with a dinner-dance
March 31 at the Bonnie
Brook Country Club.
JPI was founded in 1947
as a program based at the
Jewish Center to foster a
Jewish secular life style. It
emphasizes the cultural, his-

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torical and 'ethical aspects
of Judaism. Religious teach-
ings are left to the members
to pursue as they see fit.
Sam • Barnett's Orchestra
will play at the affair, which
will begin at 6:30 p.m. For
tickets and information, call
the JPI office, DI 1-4200.
The program is carried
out through children's clubs,
which meet Sunday morning.
Led by professionals, the
club's teaching content is de-
veloped and supervised by
the parents, who represent a
cross-section of opinion ∎ and
walks of life.
JPI education uses the
child's own interests as an
instrument to stimulate his
learning of the program's
Jewish content.
Teachers are called lead-
ers, classes are referred to
as clubs, and there are no
report cards or grades. Chil-
dren are grouped according
to age and meet in small
groups to enhance learning.
Developed by committees
of parents and club leaders
working together, the cur-
riculum stresses the con-
tinuity of Jewish life with
its emphasis on community
responsibility and man's re-
lationship to his fellow man.
Holidays and other special
interest programs in which
the children and their par-
ents participate are stressed.

The Center •S ymphony
Orchestra, under the direc-
tion of Julius Chajes, will
present a program in honor
of the Jewish Music Festival
3:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater. Mis-
cha Lefkowitz, 18-year-old
violinist who came to Detroit
recently, will be soloist in

Despite last weekend's snowstorm which disrupted busi-
nesses and schools in the area, the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice's Community Workshop opened Monday morning with
"business as usual." When JVS' newly purchased minibus
—which transports residents of Federation Apartments from
Oak Park to the Woodward and Canfield Ave. workshop—
was delayed over an hour, the major concern of the senior
citizens was the time lost from work. Several requested
overtime work to make up for the lost hour. One com-
mented, "Better to work, even on a day like this, than to
stay home." There are 14 Federation Apartments residents,
most in their 70s (one 90), in the workshop program. They
perform a variety of packaging and light assembly jobs, up
to four days a week.

Prof. Moshe Davis Will Open
Midrasha Institute Tuesday


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Dr. Davis' subject will be
"The Metamorphosis of the
Jewish People," based on his
work of the same name. This
lecture, being presented by
the Misrasha in cooperation
with the Detroit chapter of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee, is one of three talks
in the institute, named for
the late Mina and Theodore
The over-all theme of the
series is "The World of the
1970s: a Jewish Perspec-
Dr. Davis is Stephen S.
Wise Professor in American

Dentists to Put On
an Act for Charity

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Detroit Alumni Chapter of
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nity's "Return Engage-
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Violin Prodigy From Russia
to Perform in Center Concert

Jewish History and Institu-
tions at Hebrew University.
At the invitation of Israel
President Zalman Shazar, he
serves as chairman of the
Study Circle on Diaspora
Jewry, which meets monthly
at the home of the president,
and he is editor of its publi-
cation series.
Director of the American
Jewish History Center at the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, he has authored many
works on American Judaism,
including "The Shaping of
American Judaism," which
received the -Louis LaMed
Award .for outstanding con-
tribution to Hebrew litera-
Brooklyn born, Dr. Davis
was ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary a n d
holds a degree from its
teachers' institute.

of his youth, he gave three
solo recitals in his native
city. At present, he is coach-
ing with Mischa Mischakoff
and is assistant concertmas-
ter of the Center Symphony
The Festival Dancers and
Young Dancers Guild, under
Harriet Berg director, will
perform dances to the music
of Aaron Copeland and
Julius Chajes.
The concert will open with
Bloch's Concerto Grosso for
Strings and. Piano obligato
with Muriel Kilby as piano
For reservations, call the
Center, 341-4200.




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at age 7 and performed
Brahms' Violin Cone er to
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music and has produced a
number of symphonic por-
traits, announces that he is
completing his latest work,
dedicated to the late Henry
Ford as a mass production
leader in the automotive in-
The composition, in five
movements, will be present-
ed in the Bayfront Amphi-
theater on April 13. It will
be conducted by Caesar La-
Consulting in the prepara-
tion of this symphonic por-
trait has been Dick Hutton,
manager of the Ed Schmid
Ford Agency.
Snider previously produced
"Berry Interlude," dedicated
to Louis Berry; "Gurion,"
acknowledged by David Ben-
Gurion; "The Karbal Fan-
tasy," dedicated to the Kar-
bal family; "Natgo," dedi-
cated to Nate Goldman; and
"Lehrman's Yiskor," dedi-
cated to Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man of Temple Emanu-el of
Miami Beach. The latter will
be repeated on "Israeli
Night," April 11.


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