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April 2, 1976 59

THE: DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cleveland Cantor's Beth Shalom Men
Concert Sunday
Will Have Auction

Jewish Center Lists April Activities

tions in weaving, karate,
gymnastics and dancing.
Roving clowns and musi-
cians also will be on hand.
Members are asked to
bring membership cards.
Non-member registration
will begin April 19. For
information, contact the
Center Summer Program
office, 851-7300.
Dennis Prager, author
and foreign affairs special-
ist, and Rabbi Sherwin
Wine, proponent of Human-
istic Judaism, will debate
the topic, "Judaism and
Humanism," 8 p.m. Sunday
in the new Center.
The Center will have a
workshop on constructing
toys, entitled "Dodads,
Knickknacks, Trinkets and
March 25 — To Mr. and Toys," 8 p.m. Thursday in
Mrs. Kenneth Konop (Susan the new Center. For advance
/----- Deutch), 26038 Pembroke, registration, call the Center
Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Linda Beth.
* * *
March 24 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Light (Phyllis
Harrison), 23851 Condon,
>Oak Park a daughter, Jes-
PISGAH LODGE Bowl-
sica
ing League will hold a bowl-
* * *
ing tournament with senior
March 23 — To Mr. and members of the Greater
Mrs. David Craine (Maureen Detroit AZA 1 p.m. Sunday
Pope), 21521 Concord, at the Oak Park Bowling
Southfield, a son, Steven Lanes.
* * *
I Eric.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER
March 20 — To Mr. and will hold its annual installa-
Mrs. Lewis Mills (Gail tion luncheon at noon Tues-
Blauer), 14550 Leslie, Oak day at the Bloomfield Can-
Park, a son, Jeremy Alan.
opy Restaurant, Orchard
* * *
Lake and Maple Rds. Mrs.
March 16 — To Mr. and Andrew Berger, district vice
Mrs. Edward Rosett president, will be the in-
(Sharon Allen), 24351 Wes- stalling officer, and Mrs.
\_ thampton, Oak Park, a Louis Barden will be chair-.
daughter, Jennifer Erin.
man of the day. Officers to
* * *
be installed are: --President,
March 11 — To Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harelik; vice
N Mrs. David L. Green (Susan presidents, Mesdames
• Dwoskin), of Detroit, a son, George Lewis, Philip Kra-
Gabriel Adam.
mer and Hy Fisher; trea-
* * *
surer, Mrs. Sol Superfon;
To Mr. and Mrs. Martin secretaries, Mesdames Wil-
Benstein (Hannah Rappa- liam Rothenberg, Joseph
port), former Detroiters of Lieberoff, Sol Lumberg, Isa-
Galesburg, an adopted son, dore Perlman and Herman
) Marc Daniel.
Kazdan; junior past presi-
dent, Mrs. Bernard White-
Cantor SAMUEL
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Mendelsohn, David Cohen,
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399-7194 — 547-7970
Etta Levin, Irwin Sherman,
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The Jewish Community
:enter has announced a va-
riety of programs to take
place in April and May of in-
terest to persons of all ages.
Registration for the Cen-
ter's annual summer pro-
gram will take place 4-7
\ __p.m. Sunday at the new
/-Jewish Community Center.
Sixteen programs will be
available in the summer
) program.
Following registration,
families are invited to parti-
cipate in their choice of
svr- -, ing, open gym,
:show, demonstra-
m

Births

Group Services office,
851-7300.
Aspiring actors and ac-
tresses, age 17-24, are in-
vited to an open audition 2
p.m. April 11 at the new
Center for the 25th annual
Jewish Book Fair play. For
information, contact the
Center Cultural Arts office,
851-7300.
The new Center Weav-
ing Club, designed for
fourth-sixth graders, will
meet 2 p.m. April 18 and
25, and May 2 and 9 at the
new Center. For informa-
tion, contact the Center
Group Services office,
851-7300.
All Hebrew teachers, or
those with the skills to be-.
come Hebrew teachers, are
invited to a three-day semi-
nar on the Habet-Ushma
audio-visual method to take

Bnai Brith Activities

,

I

AVODAH CHAPTER,
the career women's chapter,
will hold its first election of
officers 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the home of Marilyn Mit-
tleman, 23531 Wildwood,
Oak Park. For membership
information, call Sandi
Goldman, chairman,
576-1955, or Bea Fealk, or-
ganizer, 968-9556.

place April 18-20 in the new
Center. There is a fee. For
registration information,
contact the Center Hebrew
Department, 851-7300.
The first Center youth
sports weekend will take
place April 23-25 at Camp
Tamarack. Weekend activi-
ties will include baseball,
football, volleyball, fencing,
tennis, gymnastics and hik-
ing. For registration infor-
mation, contact the Center
Group Services office,
851-7300.
The Center Symphony
Orchestra will present its
fifth concert of the season,
in observance of Israel Inde-
pendence Week 7:30 p.m.
May 2 in Shiffman Hall of
the new Center.
Under the direction of
conductor Julius Chajes,
the symphony will feature
soloists Annett Chajes,
mezzo soprano; Fedora
Horowitz, pianist; Emily
Austin, violinist; and
Marius Fossenkemper,
clarinetist.
Tickets for the perform-
ance are now on sale at the
Center ticket office. For in-
formation, contact the Cen-
ter, 851-7300.

Moses Michael Hays was
such a patriotic citizen of
Newport, R.I. that he re-
sented being askedto sign a
Test of Loyalty. Still, he
pledged his devotion to his
It would be better that government and presented
you do not give anything at his own challenge: Why
all rather than give in such were the Jews not allowed
a way as to put the poor to vote? Later, when the Bri-
man to shame. tish occupied Newport, he
—Talmud fled to Philadelphia.

Elliot J. Portner, tenor
and cantor of the Park Syn-
agogue of Cleveland, will be
heard at a concert marking
the observance of Jewish
Music Month, 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Oak Park High
School's auditorium.
Portner, at 23, serves the
largest Conservative congre-
gation in the country. His
mastery of bel canto singing
has been acknowledged by
leading music critics.

Cong. Beth Shalom Men's
Club will sponsor an auction
8:30 p.m. Saturday in the
social hall. Proceeds will be
used to underwrite activities
for the various youth groups
of the congregation.
Admission is free and re-
freshments will be served at
no charge.

clude operatic, hasidic, li-
turgical and Yiddish fa-
vorites, including
Donizetti's "Una Furtiva
Lagrina," "A Hassidic
Medley," "V'lirushalayim
Ircha," and Reisen's "Vie
a Blum."
Tickets will be available
at the door, or call William
Freedman, 538-6347, be-
tween 1-5 p.m.

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WASHINGTON — Histo-
rian Salo W. Baron, famed
for his monumental
12-volume history of the
Jews and other writings,
was congratulated by Bnai
Brith president David M.
Blumberg and Philip M.
Klutznick, former head of
the organization, after
being awarded the Bnai
Brith President's Medal.
Blumberg cited the
81-year-old professor emeri-
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Presentation was made dur-
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