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April 13, 1973 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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Liberation Seder Highlight of W SU Symposium

In conjunction with Pass- with Rabbi Sherwin Wine
Adolf Deutsch, the last
over, the Jewish Student speaking on "Passover as a
president of the Ashkenazic
Educational Forum at Wayne Celebration of Liberation"
Jewish community of Cairo,
State University will sponsor 10 a.m. Monday in Hilberry
will speak on the conditions
a three-day symposium on A of the University Center
of the Jews in Arab lands,
oppression and liberation Building. Following, at 11:30,
especially Egypt, at 1:30
next week.
will be a showing of the film, p.m. Thursday in room 289.
All events are free and "Revolt in Hungary," in
Highlighting the program
open to all.
room 261 of the UCB.
will be a Liberation Third
The program will open
Thursday morning at 10:30, Seder in the ballroom of the
-- Dr. Emanuel Tanay will dis- UCB 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
cuss "Jewish Acquiescence Israeli dancing will follow.
During the Ifolocaust" in The seder is free, and no
FACIAL HAIR room
289 of the UCB. "Mem- prior reservations are need-
PERMANENTLY orandum," a film dealing ed. Kosher for Pesah food
with the Holocaust, will be will be served. For informa-
REMOVED
shown at 12:30 p.m. in room lion, call Joel Kaplan, 861-
tyebrows— Neckline— Arms—Legs
261.
1929.

Two Milestones I THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, April 13, 1973-39
Criterion Club to SeeStage Production and
ill Israel's Life
Criterion Club for single Southfield Civic Center.
to Be Portrayed adults will attend the per- For ticket information, call

formance of "The Day Israel
Was Born," 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish
Center.
President William M.
Fleisher said, meanwhile,
that arrangements have been
completed for Criterion's
Passover Promenade, with an
"April Follies" revue to be
presented April 21 at the

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Curtain time is 8:20 p.m.
More than 83 dentists and
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Two of the causes which
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of displaced Russian dentists
in Israel and the Alpha
Omega Foundation.
Sixty-nine immigrant Rus-
sian dentists have relocated
in Israel, The cost to retrain
each dentist to practice on
a par with Israeli standards
is $4,000. The Detroit Alumni
Chapter of AO is trying to
raise its share to help these
immigrant dentists toward
their goal.
The Alpha Omega Founda-
tion thus far has donated
$10,000 to the American Fund
for Dental Education. An-
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Beth Sheva Laikin will di-
rect "The Day Israel Was
Born," a dramatic narrative
with music, to be presented
by Center Theater in honor
of Israel's 25th anniversary,
8:30 p.m., Wednesday at the
Jewish Center. It will be the
final Front Row Center pro-
gram of the season. Evelyn
Platt is musical director, and
the cast includes Jules
Abrams, Leonard Brown,
William Feinberg, Joyce
Feurring, Harriet Goldman,
David Gutman, Irene Pianin
and Ruth Seligson. The pro-
gram, by Dorothy Ross, in-
corporates Samuel Citron's
"If I Forget Thee," focusing
on two key moments in Is-
rael's contemporary history:
1948, when Israel achieved
independence, and 1967, when
Israel regained old Jerusa-
lem and the Wailing Wall.
Passover refreshments will
be served. Nominal admis-
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