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October 22, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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22 Friday, October 22, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Thief and Hangman' Drama Performed at Temple Israel

"The Thief and the
Hangman," a musical
drama, will be presented
as the second annual
Mildred S. Steinberg
Memorial Concert 7:30
p.m. Sunday at Temple
Israel.
The performance, ar-
ranged by the temple's
music committee under
the direction of Julian
and Evelyn Tobias, will

feature Cantor Harold
Orback, the Piccolo Opera
Company and the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra
under the baton of
Nathan Gordon.
The libretto for the
opera was written by the
late Morton Wishengrad
and was put to music by
the late Abraham Ells-
tein.
The story tells of Micah

THE
YIDDISH COMMITTEE

of the Jewish Community Center
of Metro-Detroit

invites the Friends of Yiddish
to attend the ASSEMBLY dedicated to the

WORLD CONFERENCE ON
YIDDISH and YIDDISH CULTURE
HELD IN JERUSALEM
-

SARAH and MORRIS FRIEDMAN

The COMMITTEE'S distinguished members, delegates and
community leaders will REPORT and CONVEY THEIR IM-
PRESSIONS of that HISTORIC EVENT.
The ASSEMBLY will be held Sunday, October 24th, 1976
at 3:00 PM in the Assembly Hall of the Jewish Center at 10
Mile Road West.

Wolf Snyder will preside.

All are invited

Free Admission

THE ADULT EDUCATION COMMISSION
OF ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

Presents

THE MORRIS E. BLOOMBERG
ANNUAL JUDAICA LECTURE

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 8:15 P.M.

Dr. Leonard Fein will speak on

"The Chosen People Chooses —

A Jewish Perspective on
the American Presidential Election"

Dr. Leonard Fein, Bran-
deis University Profeisor
of Contemporary Jewish
Studies, and co-founder
of Moment Magazine,
brings distinction and
timeliness to the fourth
Morris E. Bloomberg An-
nual Judaica Lecture.
A political sociologist by
training, Dr. Fein has
served as a consultant to
numerous agencies of the
United States govern-
ment, and serves as a
Dr. Leonard Fein
trustee of the American
Zionist Youth Foundation and of the Combined Jewish
Philanthropies of Boston. These credentials place Dr. Fein
in a uniquely qualified position to reflect on the signifi-
cance of the coming American presidential election for the
Jewish community.

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

29901 MIDDLEBELT ROAD — FARMINGTON HILLS

Lecture Is Free To The Public

who is sentenced to death
by hanging for stealing a
loaf of bread because he
was hungry.
Marjorie Gordon, direc-
tor of the Piccolo Opera, is
producer and also sings
the lead soprano role,
"while Cantor Orbach
plays the role of Micah.
Evelyn Orbach is the
stage director and nar-
rator.
Others in the cast in-
clude Lindsay Barr,
Lawrence Henkel, James
Berg, Carmen Cavallaro
and Robert Branch.
Prior to the presenta-
tion of the major work,
the symphony will be
heard in a performance of
Felix Mendelsohn's
"Fingal's Cave Over-

MARJORIE GORDON

ture."
The concert is made pos-
sible by the Mildred S.
Steinberg Memorial Con-
cert Fund of Temple Is-
rael, and is a living tribute

lin, is a love story which
takes place in Safed.

Buy your new 1977
Cadillac in Detroit
from Dalgleish, the
- closest dealer to the
Cadillac factory.

ignore the existence of
Kiryat Arba, and it was
therefore essential that
both Arab and Jewish
leaders of the area should
meet to discuss their dif-
ferences.
Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren visited the Mach-
pela Cave last week and
put a new Torah scroll in
the tomb to replace the
one desecrated on Yom
Kippur Eve.

N. African Jews
Seek Voice in Body

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
leader of North African
Jews in Israel has de-
manded increased rep-
resentation for that
group in the Jewish
Agency and the various
political parties.
Shaul Ben Simhon,
chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the
World Movement of
North African Jewry,
said recognition should
be based on their numeri-
cal weight and on their
dedication to Zionism.
Addressing the first
meeting of the executive
committee, Ben Simhon
accused the Israeli news
media of spreading false
reports that some North
African Jews have left Is-
rael to return to Morocco.
He said the fact is that
not a single Jew has gone
to Morocco.
Defense Minister Shi-
mon Peres, a guest
speaker, called on North
African Jewry in Israel to
assume responsibility for
aliya. Aliya has declined
but "our belief in the idea
has not," he said

Before you buy any .."
Cadillac, anywhere,
anytime, call or see:

Shaarey Zedek Couples
Club will hold a road rally
and treasure hunt 7:30
p.m. Nov. 6. The event is
open to all and there is a
charge which includes
dinner.
For information call
co-chairmen Linda Zalla,
681-3577; or Lois Leven-
son, 626-5182.

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6160 Cass. Ave., Detroit 48202
near the G.M. & Fisher Bldgs.

"Michigan's Largest
Cadillac Dealer"

Phone (313) 875-0300

Al Kline

The Cultural Commission of

Cong. Shaarey Zedek

presents a

At 10 p.m., "Three Days
and a Child," a film about a
bachelor who agrees to
take care of his former girl
friend's son, will be shown.
There will be a brief in-
termission during which
refreshments will be
served. The public is in-
vited at no charge.

Rabbi Kahane Says He'll Join
NRP and Move to Kiryat Arba

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Rabbi Meir Kahane,
founder of the Jewish De-
fense League, said that
he would join the Na-
tional Religious Party
and move to Kiryat Arba,
the Orthodox community
adjacent to Hebron.
Kahane said his pur-
pose was to "spur on the
religious-nationalist
groupings to continuous
settlement of the Land of
Israel."
He said he would urge
the Kiryat Arba settlers
to "more extreme" posi-
tions than those oftheir
leader, Rabbi Moshe
Levinger, with the inten-
tion of convincing the
Arabs to get out of Heb-
ron.
Kahane was scheduled
to arrive in the United
States for a 10-week
speaking tour aimed at
creating a "lobby" of
American Jews to pres-
sure the Israeli govern-
ment to change its policies
on basic issues.
He said he would also
advance his plan to create
a fund to pay Israeli
Arabs to emigrate and
that he would disclose
plans to boycott certain
Jewish agencies to make
sure that Jewish funds
are directed "only to
Jewish causes."
Meanwhile, Sheikh
Mohammed Ali Al
Jaabari, the former
mayor of Hebron,
suggested that residents
of Hebron meet with their
Jewish neighbors of
Kiryat Arba in order to
restore life to normal.
In an interview with the
Israeli daily, Yediot Ac-
hronot, Jaabari said there
was no point in trying to

Dalgleish Cadillac has
the lowest sticker
prices in the U.S.A.

Shaarey Zedek
Club Plans Event

Israeli Films to Highlight
SZ Cultural Programming

An Israeli film festival
will highlight the 10th
anniversary season of the
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Cul-
tural Commission.
The festival will begin
at 8 p.m. Tuesday with
"The Dreamer," the offi-
cial entry of Israel to the
1970 Cannes Film Festi-
val. The film, written and
directed by Dan Wolman
and starring Leora Riv-

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created by Myron S.
Steinberg for his wife,
herself a concert per-
former and a patron of the
arts.
There is no charge for
the concert, however, tic-
kets must be obtained by
calling the Temple Israel
office, 863-7769.,

Double Feature

/tea wet(

A POETIC LOVE STORY FROM THE LAND OF ISRAEL.

Starring

TUVIA TAVI • LEORA- RIVLIN and BERTA,,LITVINA

Produced by AMI ARTZI • Executive Producers DENNIS FRIEDLAND
and CHRISTOPHER 0. DEWEY

Written and Directed by DAN WOLMAN • Photography by PAUL GLICKMAN
Edited by BARRY HARTE PRINCE • Original Score by GERSHON KINGSLEY • Color
by Movielab

Shatteringly

Sensitive

Surprising and
Refreshing

—Judith Crist
New York
Magazine_

—Hollis Alpert
Saturday
RevieW

at 8 P.M.

AND

II

3

DAYS &
A CHILD"

Story of a young student in Jerusalem and his obsessed
love for a girl from a kibbutz with Oded Kotler, Illy
Gorlitzky and Shuy Osherov.

Story by A . B. Yehoshua ; directed by Uri Zohar; produced
by Amatzia Hiuni and A. Deshe (Pashanel)

Hebrew with English subtitles

at 10 P.M.

A POPCORN INTERLUDE
DURING INTERMISSION

The Israeli Film Festival
is Open to the
Public at no charge

TUESDAY

OCT. 26th

at

Cong. Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road, Southfield

Sponsored by

the Irwin T. Holtzman Family

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