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October 19, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-19

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The Bob Seger Group will
hold a "haunting" concert
11:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Bir-
mingham Theater.
Hosting the witchy affair
will be Count Dracula. Cos-
tumes are welcome. Stretch
Thomas will open the con-
cert.

Tickets are available at the
Birmingham Theater box of-
fice. The concert is a Martin-
Rosenberg Agency Produc-
tion. For further information,
call the agency, 353-8969.

'Next yr nympnony
ZOA Honoree Slates Concert

N eumann

NEW YORK — Dr. Eman-
uel Neumann, Zionist states-
man, will be honored by the
Zionist Organization of
Knowledge exists to be im- America on his 80th birthday,
parted.—Ralph W. Emerson. at an Israel solidarity dinner
of the ZOA, Nov. 11, at the
New York Hilton.
Herman L. Weisman, ZOA
president, noted that Dr.
Neumann, who is honorary
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president of the ZOA, is also
considered the dean of
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American Zionism.
Weisman also announced
SHOES REBUILT
that Irving Solov, an active
ZOA leader and president of
the Long Island Region of
Don't Throw
ZOA, has been named dinner
Them Away.
committee chairman.

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Sen. Baker to Address
Technion 50th Event

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NEW YORK — Senator
Howard H. Baker of Tennes-
see, whose prominent role in
the Watergate hearings has
won him consideration as a
possible Presidential candi-
date in 1976, will make his
first major appearance be-
fore an American Jewish or-
ganization when he addresses
the 50th jubilee dinner of the
American Society for Tech-
nion-Israel Institute of Tech-
nology in honor of Samuel
Neaman, on Nov. 19, at the
Americana Hotel.
The senator, who once
aspired to be an engineer,
will comment on Technion's
part in maintaining Israel's
defense system and support-
ing the country's industrial
output. Technion provides
about 70 per cent of the tech-
nical personnel in Israel's
military and industrial estab-
lishment.
The dinner will honor
Neaman, chairman of
the board of the McCrory
Corporation, founder of the
new Samuel Neaman Insti-
tute of Advanced Studies in
Science and Technology of
Technion.
Louis Nizer, noted attorney,
will be dinner chairman. Am-
bassador Simha Dinitz is
honorary chairman of the
dinner.

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WSU Hillel
Plans Events

Wayne State University
Hillel Foundation will hold
an "Oktoberfest" 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Jewish Center
main building. The festivities
include a demonstration by
hypnotist Roger Skully, re-
freshments and a live band.
There is a charge for Hillel
nonmembers.
Hillel will serve lunches
and hold a servile in its suk-
ka on the terrace of the Uni-
versity Center Building Mon-
day through Wednesday as
one of its events, which will
include special courses, guest
speakers and evenings of en-
tertainment.

Beth Abraham-Hillel
Singles Elect Prexy

Newly elected officers of
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel's
singles group are Michelle
Phillips, president; Murray
Chess, vice president; Roby
Westheimer, secretary; and
Mary Wagner, treasurer and
membership chairman. Joel
Marwil is communications
chairman.
"Israel Night" will be held
Oct. 28. A business meet-
ing will be held 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 11 at the home of Mary
Wagner, 18698 Forrer.

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Mrs. Charlotte Rothstein,
right, chairman of the Oak
Park Symphony Society, pre-
sents a certificate of appre-
ciation to Mrs. Esther Allan,
representing the E. L. Rice-
and Co., as the first "en-
dower" of the 1973.74 concert
season. The opening concert
of the orchestra, to take
place 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Oak Park High School, will
be dedicated to the Allans.
Jerome Rosen, former con-
ductor of the orchestra who
now is associate concert-
master of the Boston Sym-
phony and concertmaster of
the Boston Pops, will per-
f o r m Lalo's "Symphonie
Esnagnole." Edward Szabo
will conduct the orchestra in
works by khachaturian and
Mozart. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the box office.

Pistons Set Group
Home Game Rate

Special group rates again
will be made available for
youngsters attending Detroit
Pistons home games at Cobo
Arena. general manager Ed-
win E. Coil announced,
For order blanks, write to
the Detroit Pistons, Cobo
Hall, Detroit 48226 or call
962-7844.
Coil also announced that
special individual-game stu-
dent tickets in the balcony
will go on sale at 6 p.m. on
the evenings of each game.
A special rate in the lower
arena will be available for
senior citizens.
Tickets for Pistons' games
are available at Cobo Arena,
major J. L. Hudson's stores,
Grinnell's Downtown and all
Sears stores.

Cultural Renaissance
The need for redemption
confronts Judaism not only
with a certain social goal
but with a cultural goal as
well. National redemption is
impossible without cultural
renaissance. — Y eh ezk el
Kaufman.

The secret is out of the bag! We're proud to an-

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Solomon, Inc. The admission is Free. So stop in and

let Sam show you the big features in men's clothing

sportswear and furnishings. They're rated T.Q. —

top quality brands that set the stage for the man

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Come in and say "hi, Sam." Doors open at 9:30

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WE HEAR YOU ISRAEL

Who is speaking — what's the news
A world indifferent to a lighted fuse

And on your back the burden of hate

With massive armies at your gate

Many times you've lived and died
Faced with the threat of a rushing tide
But through the clouds the sun will come
And the enemy will lie silent and numb

In a world of desolate darkness

You will feel our presence near

For when you're touched, we too are hurt
We are together, we are but one —

Sholom

Bernard Edelman

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