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September 06, 1974 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prominent Israelis Delegated to Attend
Center Yiddish Culture Council World Energy Congress Here Sept. 22-27
A delegation of prominent the sessions with delegations to attend Yom Kippur ser-
Names Allen Warsen Chairman ISraelis
will participate in from all parts of the globe, vices during their presence

36—Friday, Sept. 6, 1974

The Yiddish Culture Corn- elected Allen A. Warsen and
mittee of the Jewish Center Mrs. Sara Friedman as its
chairman a n d co-chairman
ft:4. 1974-75.
Warsen, who succeeds Wolf
Snyder, is an author and
historian.
Mrs. Friedman is active in
cultural affairs and the Jew-
ish Book Fair since its in-
ception.
She has already made all
preparations for the display
and sale of Yiddish books,
and has engaged the famous
Yiddish poet and novelist,
Chayim Grade, who will lec-
ture Nov. 11 on "S. Anski:
His Life and Works including
Dybbuk."
In addition, Harry Wein-
ALLEN WARSEN
berg, theater co-ordinator of
the committee at the book
-fair, has invited the two art-
ists, originally of Soviet
Russia, now Israelis, Emil
Gorevetz and Margarita Po-
lanskaya, formerly of
Michoel's Art Theater in
Moscow, to perform at a con-
cert on Nov. 16. They first
in New York on
Mrs. S. Steiner performed
May 12 this year, and were
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panied by the young New
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Mlotek.

the Ninth World Energy Con-
ference which will be held
here Sept. 22 - 27, at Cobo
Hall.
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Producer-Director Hy Kalus
to Address Israel Bond Dinner

Hy Kalus, one of Israel's
leading motion picture and
stage producer-directors and
the artistic director of the
Jerusalem Theater, will ap-
pear at the Cong. Beth Moses
Tribute Dinner in honor of
Abe and Clara Moss at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday at the syna-
gogue. Cocktails will be
served at 6. The dinner, on
behalf of the State of Israel
Bond Campaign, will pay tri-

Wayne State University
Law Professor _ Martin J.
Adelman 'has been named the
school's acting law dean, ac-
cording to WSU president
George E. Gullen Jr.
Adelman, who specializes
in antitrust and patent law,
has taught at WSU since 1968
and joined the fulltime fac-
ulty as a professor last fall.
B. James George Jr., di-
rector of WS_U's center for
the administration of justice
and law professor, has been
acting dean for the last year.
He now will return fulltime
to his regular duties.
Adelman was graduated
with distinction from. the
University of Michigan Law
School in 1962 after -earning
his bachelor's degree and a
master's in physics. While in
law school he was editor of
the Law 'Review and worked
.as a research assistant to a
law professor there.

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land, Shlomo Ron, Fanya
Ron, Arthur Shavit, Joseph
Lever and Yaacov B. Vardi.
Israel Elpern, prominent
Detroit educator and linguist,
has been named assistant co-
ordinating interpreter for the
conference. His specialties, in
addition to Hebrew, are Rus-
sian, Polish, -French, and
German. George DeBarry is
the coordinating interpreter
of the conference.
Oak
Paula (Mrs. Israel) Elpern
has been named one of the
hostesses for the sessions.
Elpern has arranged for
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Beth El and other congre-
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n HY KALUS

bute to the Mosses "for their
more than 50 years of service
to the synagogue."
Born in Providence, R.I.,
Kalus spent several years in
New York and elsewhere .
studying for the theater as an
actor, director, producer and
writer. He went to Israel in
1953, and decided to live and
work there.
Kalus has directed works
by Eugene O'Neill, Arthur
Miller, John Osborne, Lillian
Hellman and William Inge
for two of Israel's most im-
portant theater groups, the
Habima and the Cameri. In
addition, he has directed
many feature and documen-
tary films. The founder of
the Israel Actors Studio, he
is responsible for the discov-
ery of many noted talents in
that country's theater world.
At present Kalus is produc-
ing and directing a motion
picture based on Elie Wie-
sel's novel, "Dawn".
Since 1963 Kalus in addition
to his home in Israel has
maintained a residence in the
United States, spending part
of each year in both coun-
tries. He has been asked at
various times to become .ar-
tistic director of Habima and
of the Haifa Municipal Thea-
ter, but because of his busy
schedule has had to turn
down theseoffers.
He has lectured frequently
at the Hebrew University and
the Rubin Academy of Mu-
sic in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv
University and Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity.
For reservations, call the
Israel Bond office, 968-0200.




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