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May 11, 1973 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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int Ut1R0IT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 11, 1973-37

Brunch to Aid
NY Seminary

Life Special Israel Issue
Goes on Sale Monday

From the moment Cantor unity of Israel with world
Jacob Barkin recited the Jewry.
shehekheyanu until the im-
A group of highly qualified
pressive trio, Cantor Barkin, musicians comprised the or-
Cantor Harold Orbach and chestra that accompanied
the eminent operatic star Eli- soloists and the John Dov-
zabeth Cole, sang the conclud- aras Singers who added im-
ing number, an overflow mensely to the evenings
audience that filled the main spirit.
sanctuary and portions of ad-
Conducting the orchestra
joining halls of Shaarey were John D o v a r a s and
Zedek were enthralled with Nathan Gordon.
the musical program at
The solos by Cantors Bar-
which Israel's 25th anniver- kin and Orbach, the appear-
sary was saluted.
ance of Miss Cole, Alex 01-
The parking lot was filled shanetsky and the assisting
a half hour before the per- artists—all added immensely
formance commenced, at 8 to the evening's impressive-.
p.n-l., and scores had to find ness.
parking on the adjoining lots.
Adding greatly to the eve-
It was a duo-congregational ning's mood was the fault-
function in which S'haarey le ss readi n g of the Hebrew
Zedek and Temple Israel par- poem of Shin Shalom's
ticipated as co-sponsors, and "Y'rusralayim" by a youth
the program fully suited the leader of Shaarey Zedek,
cooperative spirit and the Howard J. Cooper. It was a
deep community interest in world premiere presentation
Isreal's welfare.
w
neritoefrsI.srael's most fam-
Cantor Orbach gave the ous o
English translation of the
In the American premiere
shehekheyanu to commence
the program, and the parti- of "Yerushalayim" by Ben
cipating artists fulfilled the Steinberg, the featured artist
objectives of an impressive was Robert Ressler.
The program featured
evening which marked the
Evelyn Orbach and Paul Win-
ter as narrators.

Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Hermelin, 22600 Twycking-
ham, Southfield, will host a
brunch reception in their
home 11 a.m. May 20 for
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary.
The brunch is under the
auspices of Cong. Bnai
Moshe's seminary commit.
tee, whose chairman is
Arthur Boschan.
Among the reception co-
chairmen are:

Harry Cohen, Theodore M.
Curtis, Alfred L. Deutsch, Mit-
chell Feldman, David Po. Herme-
lin, Louis Kepes, Cantor Louis
Klein, Jack P. Kutnick, Stephen
Lanyi, Rabbi Moses Lehrman,
Stidlney Nickdn, Abraham Pas-
ternak, Charles Ruben, I. Wil-
liam Sherr, Benjamin Weiss and
Melvin Weisz.

The reception committee
eludes:

Sydney H. Bluestone, Sidney
Burk, Charles Canvasser, Eugene
Curtis, Dr. Morton Demak, Mor-
ris Direnfeld, Dr. Paul Fraiberg,
Sam Freedman, Erwin Friedman,
Dr. Max J. Garber, Michael M.
Grand, Peter Heiman, Ben Kahn,
John A. Kaplan, Harry B. Kor-
man, Albert A. Kramer and Mil-
ton J. Lebow. Also, Hyman Lip-
sitz, Irving Lopatin, Edward M.
Meer, Albert Migdal, Edward M.
Miller, Dr. Lloyd J. Paul, Emil
Reed, Norbert Reinstein, Max
Rosenfeld, Herman Roth, Shel-
don Roth, Dr. Morris A. Rubin,
Donald J. Sachs, Bert Stein, Irv-
ing Y. Strickstein, Irwin Tamlet
and Eugene Weiss.

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Time Inc. will publish "The
Spirit of Israel," a one-time
special report bearing the
LIFE magazine logo.
The LIFE Special Report
will appear on newsstands
only, with a worldwide distri-
bution of 750,000 copies start-
ing with the week of Israel's
25th anniversary. The maga-
zine will contain no advertis-
ing and will have a single-
copy price of $1.50. Copies go
on sale nationally, starting
Monday. A reduced rate is
available for bulk orders and
orders can be placed by
phoning 800-621-8200.
If the special issue meets
the reception hoped for it, it
may be followed by other
one-time publications carry-
ing the LIFE logo and utiliz-
ing LIFE's brand of picture
and text journalism. -
"The Spirit of Israel" will
be LIFE magazine trim-size
(101/4 by 13 inches), will print
it using the offset method.
Edited by Philip B. Kun-
hardt, a former LIFE as-
sistant managing editor, the
Special Report will trace the
story of the land which be-
came the Israeli state and its
people — from the early
Zionists of the turn of the
century to the most recent
immigrants from Russia.
About 80 per cent of the
magazine is pictures, many
taken in the last few weeks.
Picture chapters will be de-
voted to all aspects of Israeli
life, Independence Day cele-
brations, the Six Day War,
life in the occupied territories



and guerrilla warfare. Major
picture essays by distin-
guished former LIFE photog-
raphers are planned: Co
Rentmeester is contributing
a portrait of Tel Aviv; Harry
Benson, an intimate essay on
the Sabras, the native-born
Israelis; and Cornel Capa, a
variety of Israeli scenes.
Among the textpieces—all
original material — is an
article by English journalist
Harry Craig on the Arab
viewpoint today and a his-
torical treatment of Israel
"The U.S. Energy Crisis—
done by Professor Walter Policy Failure or Fuel Short-
Lacqueur of the University ages" will be the topic of Dr.
of Tel Aviv.
Richard Mancke, University
of Michigan professor of
economics and law at a pro-
gram meeting sponsored by
the Detroit Chapter of Amer-
ican Society for Technion
8:15 p.m. May 22 at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Dr. Mancke, author of
many background papers on
energy policy, has served as
a consultant to both govern-
ment agencies and private in-
dustry. He is the author of
a new book soon to be pub-
lished, "Energy Crisis: the
Failure of U.S. Oil and Gas
Policy."
Julius J. Harwood, presi-
dent of the Detroit Chapter,
said the program is open to
the community. Refreshments
will be served.

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The 11-foot aluminum sculp-
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and earned bachelor's and
master's degrees in fine arts
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An outstanding feature of
the program was the world
premiere presentation of "Re-
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In the 90-minute program,
every aspect of Jewish inter-
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