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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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40 Friday, June 6, 1975

To pray is to try to experi-
ence the reality of God, to
feel the purity and exalta-
tion that come from being
near Him, and to give to our
souls that serenity and
peace which neither worldly
success nor worldly failure,
which neither the love of
life, nor the fear of death,
can disturb.
—Simon Greenberg

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ADL to Honor Betty Ford

NEW YORK — First
Lady Betty Ford will receive
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith's "Rita
V. Tishman Human Rela-
tions Award" at a luncheon
Wednesday at the Hotel
Pierre.
According to Mrs. Wil-
liam J. Levitt, luncheon
chairman, the award will be
bestowed upon Mrs. Ford
"in recognition of her inspi-
rational commitment to
democratic principles and
her special dedication to se-
curing equal rights for
women."
The Tishman Award,
named for a founder of the
Women's Division of the
ADL Appeal, is conferred
annually -upon an outstand-
ing American woman.

The presentation to the
First Lady will be made by
Mrs. Theodore H. Silbert,
general chairman of the
women's division. Special
tributes to Mrs. Ford will
be rendered by humorist
Alan King and choreogra-
pher George Balanchine.

Other participants in the
program include Seymour
Graubard, national ADL

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The -Jewish spirit, so long
preserved, the character de-
veloped by so many centu-
ries of sacrifice, should be
preserved and developed
further, so that in America
as elsewhere the sons of the
race may in the future live
lives and do deeds worthy of
their ancestors.
— Louis D. Brandeis

••

Activities
in Society

The Bodzin Family Club
will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Duchan, 24601 Hard-
ing, Oak Park. Plans for the
annual family club picnic at
Stoney Creek Park will be
completed.
* * *
Stella Greenberg Rives
and her daughter, Kareri - Al-
ison Rives, of Briar Dr., Oak
Park, were graduated re-
cently from Oakland Com-
munity College. Mrs. Green-
berg was graduated summa
cum laude. The two were
honored by their son-and
brother, David, who came in
from California to surprise
them at the commencement
ceremonies.
* * *
The recent Bar Mitzva of
Brian Lonnerstater, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lon-
nerstater of Five Points Rd.
was attended by guests
from Buffalo, Chicago, Cin-
cinnati, Cleveland, Flint,
Los Angeles, Washington,
D.C:; and London and To-
ronto, Ontario. -Meanwhile,
the Bar Mitzva's grand-
father, Max Lonnerstater of
Lamplighter Ct., South-
field, celebrated his 80th
birthday which coincided
with his• grandson's Bar

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the Yiddish Committee of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Dr. Knox will deliver a
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at the Ten Mile branch.
He will speak in Yiddish
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After His Death and His
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the Ten Mile branch. There
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Dr. Knox is visiting pro-
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York and professor of Jew-
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Lodz Greets Pianist Rubinstein

NEW YORK — Piano vir-
tuoso Arthur Rubinstein
was greeted by a standing.
ovation before he even
played a note last Friday at
the Lodz Grand Theater'
where he was scheduled to
give a concert, it was re-
ported here.
Rubinstein, 88, was. in
Lodz to help the Lodz Phil-
harmonic celebrate its
founding 60 years ago. He
played . Chopin's Second
Concerto and Beethoven's
"Emperor" Concerto.
Following his perform-
ance, Rubinstein was
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for which he played Cho- overcame his reluctance-
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Rubinstein's family were
wiped out during World
War II, and he vowed never
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