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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-22

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34—Friday, March 22, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brevities

Shiffman-Leemis
Engagement Told

Detroit Branch, WOMEN'S
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE albums, which earned them
FOR PEACE AND FREE- the title of "The Movie
DOM, will have a legislative Theme Team." "My Fair
workshop conference with Lady," "Pianos in Paradise,"
Congressman L u c i ,e n N. "Great Motion Picture
Nedzi as guest speaker at Themes" and "For Lovers of
10 a.m. April 6 at Central All Ages" are among the
Methodist Church. Congress- gold record albums which
man Nedzi will give a followed. Ferrante and Teich-
"View From the Hill" at er who have recorded over 75
the 12:15 p.m. luncheon. For albums, also received gold
reservations, call the WILPF records for their single re-
office, 961-3643, between 10 leases of "Theme from the
Apartment," "Tonight" and
a.m. and 3 p.m.
"Exodus."
* * *
*
FERRANTE and TEICHER,
Detroit Symphony Orches-
the dynamic piano team,
which has sold over 20,000,- .tra will host pianist GINA
000 records to date, come BACHAUER 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
to Masonic Auditorium, day and 10:45 a.m. March
8:30 p.m. March 31. 29 at Ford Auditorium. Born
_"West Side Story" was the in Athens, Miss Bachauer
first of their million-seller studied with Sergei Rach-
maninoff. She made her New
York debut in 1950, and her
debut in Detroit in 1954.
Tickets are available at the
Ford Auditorium box office,
Hudson's and Grinnell's.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving M.
Hermelin of North Park Dr.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of her daughter
Terran Rona Shiffman to
Roger H. Leemis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd C. Leemis
of Jacksonville, Fla.
Miss Shiffman, daughter of
the late Mr. Joseph D. Shiff-
man, was graduated from
the University of Miami in
Coral Gables. Her fiance
was graduated from George
* * *
Washington University in
BOB McGRATH, host of Washington, D. C.
"Sesame Street," will pre-
A June wedding is planned.
sent all the favorite Sesame
Street songs for a pair of
Young People's Concerts by
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
March 30. The orchestral
highlights of the program
Marcia Freedman, one of
will include "Farandole" Israel's newest Knesset
(The Three. Kings) from members, will discuss "The
Bizet's music for "L'Arle- Future of the Israeli Worn-
sienne." Tickets are avail- an: Arab, Christian and
able at Ford Auditorium box Jew" at the next Midrasha
office, 961-0700.
Institute lecture 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the United
Hebrew Schools administra-
Hebrew U. Institute
tion building.
Mrs. Freedman, leader of
on Foreign Relations

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JERUSALEM— The
Leonard Davis Institute for
International Relations of the
Hebrew University was form-
ally inaugurated at the uni-
versity with the participation
of noted scholars from Is-
rael and overseas.
The institute, • which has
been endowed by Leonard
Davis of New York, will en-
courage research in various
fields of international affairs,
including an examination of
some of the crucial problems
facing Israel and the Middle
East in the future.
Scholars and researchers
from the faculties of social
sciences, law and humanities
will participate in the work
of the institute, which will
sponsor various types of
forums. The results of the in-
stitute's work will be pub-
lished in a new periodical,
"The Jerusalem Journal of
International Relations."

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ing the resettlement process mobilization of the agencies
"as successful as possible," and volunteer groups to inte-
according to a letter sent out grate newcomers into the
to Federation agencies over community.
the signatures of Mrs. Sol C.
Grossman, president of the
On his journey from Pad-
board of Resettlement Serv- dan-aram, God again ap-
ice, and Samuel Lerner, peared to Jacob, and blessed
executive director.
him . . ."—Gen. 35:9.
A successful resettlement,
YOUR WEDDING —
the letter states, "involves
not only meeting their basic
BAR MITZVA
Russian-Speaking
needs for food, clothing,
shelter and other living ex-
Families Asked to
penses, but help in learning
Welcome Newcomers English, getting jobs, receiv-
WILL BE
The Council of Orthodox ing medical and dental care,
Rabbis (Vaad Harabonim) providing for their socializa-
is trying to place Russian tion needs, camping for the
immigrant families for Pass- children finding 1 o w-c o s t
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
over sedorim with local fam- housing near transportation
facilities and meeting other
ilies who speak Russian.
Because most of the new- individual needs of the refu-
comer families speak little gees."
or no English, communica-
AND ASSOCIATES
A meeting of agency presi-
tion is difficult with other dents and executives has
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than Russian-speaking De- been called for Monday at
troiters. Those who would
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welcome such families into which time they will discuss
their homes may call the
Vaad, 559-5005.
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner,
executive d i r e c tor of the
Vaad, said the council hopes
to instill "some Jewishness"
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The Detroit Jewish com-
munity is preparing to ac-
cept a "large increase" in
the number of Russian refu-
gees arriving for settlement
here in 1974. Some 20 fami-
lies came last year.
All community agencies
and volunteer groups will be
asked to cooperate in mak-
4: *
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Knesset Member, Feminist
Marcia Freedman to Talk

Bolleardee

Member Detroit Reieil

MISS TERRAN SHIFFMAN

More Russian Jew's Expected in Detroit

WE DELIVER

MARCIA FREEDMAN

Temple Announces
Coming Activities

the feminist movement in
Israel, teaches in the philo-
sophy department at Haifa
University. She, her husband
and daughter, 8, emigrated
to Israel from New Jersey
five years ago. She is the
organizer of the feminist
movement in Israel and
plans to organize all women
Knesset members into a cau-
cus to work on issues of con-
cern to women.
At 35, she is the youngest
woman in the Knesset and
was elected on the Civil
Rights List, headed by S'hul-
amit Aloni.
The public is invited to her
talk at no charge.
The closing lecture in the
Midrasha series will feature
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
director of the interreligious
affairs department of the
American Jewish Committee.

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Problems in the Mideast and
Our Role at Home." Refresh-
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follow. Friends are invited.
For information, call the
commander, Dave Goodstein,
356-3837, or the president,
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850.

"I Never Sang for My
Father," starring Melvyn
Douglas, Gene Hackman,
Estelle Parsons and Dorothy
Stickney, will be shown 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Birm-
ingham Temple. Discussion
will follow, and refreshments
will be served. There is a
nominal charge.
The adult education com-
mittee will present Marjorie
Wester. gaard, certified mas- Wayne Schools List

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speak on "Handwriting Ana- Speaker Directory
A 40-page booklet, "Do You
lysis," 8 p.m. Monday at the
temple. There is a charge for Need a Speaker on Educa-
tion," has been issued by
nonmembers.
the Wayne County Inter-
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More than 100 topics are
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listed in the booklet.
—Exodus 6:8.

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