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October 12, 1973 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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'ounder of Israeli Opera to Tour U.S.

NEW YORK — Friends of
fie Israel National O p e r a,
nc. (FINO) has announced
hat Mme. Edis de Philippe,
ounder-directress of the Is-

rael National Opera, will be
m a k i n g a cross-country
speaking tour this month. It
will be her first visit to her
native U.S. in 17 years.
Inquiries regarding her
availability for speaking en-
gagements, scheduled meet-
ings and about FINO itself
may be addressed to: Friends
of the Nsrael National Opera,
Inc., 150 Fifth Ave., New
York, 10011 (212-924-5788).

Consul Praises Work

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 12, 1973-19

Histadrut Camp aign Under Way

Georgian Theater Opens Near Tel Aviv

Launching the local fund-
raising effort on behalf of
Histadrut's 50th anniversary
expansion program, Ariel Ke-
rem, Israel vice consul for
cultural affairs in Chicago,
stressed the vital work of
Histadrut in the areas of so-
cial welfare and education.
Is proud to announce
Details of the new four-
the return
year expansion program were
I reported by Morris Lieber-
----
By Popular Demand of
1, DAILY to Dec. 1
,i- - tot 11
-
per pers, dble. li man re-elected chairman of
$
t oo
i
occ.
II the local Histadrut campaign.
i
t el Ut.1
HELEN WARSHAW
1 ?OBIS - 1
40 of 130
t
Plans are for facilities in
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The theater is sponsored
TEL AVIV (JTA)—A perm-
anent theater in the Georgian by the local labor council and
is composed of several stage
language was formed at Kfar artists who arrived recently
Atta, where a concentration from the Soviet Union. The
of Georgian immigrants is manager of the the theater
settled. is a 40-year-old stage artist,

.F \. \reSaul C. Stein
rne r.
Trade unions division: David
Chaney, Morris Coleman, Richard
Cordtz, Sam Fishman, Robert
Holmes, Arthur S. King, William
C. Marshall, Tom Turner and My-
ra K. Wolfgang.
Campaign c ouncil members:
Morris Asher, Albert Berke, Alex
Berson, Paul Brickner, Sidney
Brickner, Morrie Brodsky, Max
Brose, Isadore Brown, Sam Cas-
cade, Mrs. Elke Freedman, Abe
S. Gorribein, Irving Greenberg,
Mrs. Irving Greenberg, Morris D.
Kane, Mrs. Bennett Katz, Joseph
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Lieberman, Bernard Linderman,
Isaac Litwak, Mrs. Michael Mich-
lin, Norman Naimark, Larry D.
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David Sislin, Harold Strom, Allen
•amcnol and Tzvika Zidner.

S
and

The campaign was present-
ed a check for $1,500 repre-
senting an advance payment
by Local 285, Laundry and
Linen Drivers Union of the
Teamsters.
Preparations are being
made for a leadership dinner
at the Labor Zionist Institute
Nov. 8.

The Hilberry Theater's pro-
duction of Feydeau's "CAT
AMONG THE PIGEONS,"
held over from last season,
will reopen Oct. 12. The fol-
lowing Wednesday at 2:30
"JULIUS CAESAR" w i 11
start the season's run of
school matinees. Three eve-
ning performances of the
Shakespeare t r a g e d y are
scheduled during the fall—
Oct. 20, 26 and Nov. 17—pri-
or to the play's major run
during the winter months.

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