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April 08, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

--34 Friday, April 8, 1977

Kol Says 1 Million

Engagements

to See Israel in '78

• Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Klein of Shaker Heights,
Ohio, announce the engage-
c.,-nent of their daughter,
Diane Farhi, to Allen D.
Adinoff, son of SDr. and
Mrs. Bernard Adinoff of
Goldwin Ave., Southfield.
Miss Farhi and her fiance
are seniors in the Univer-
sity of Michigan Medical
School. A May wedding is
planned.

NEW YORK (JTA)—Is-
rael expects one million
tourists in 1978, the year of
Israel's 30th anniversary, it
was announced by Moshe
Kol, Israel Minister of Tour-
ism.
The celebrations will
commence at Rosh Hash-
ana 1977 and will continue
through to Rosh Hashana
1978. The majority of Ameri-
can Jews have not visited
Israel, and I hope that
many of those who give so
much of their efforts to the
United Jewish Appeal, to
the Israel Bonds drives and
to other projects, will show
their solidarity with the
Jewish state by visiting Is-
rael, - Kol said.
Kol said that he expected
American and Canadian
Jews to show their solid-
arity with Israel in her
quest for peace.
, - Visiting Israel during
our 30th anniversary year
has a great political mean-
ing, ,not only an economic
one. Thus we can demon-
strate to the world that to-
gether we are for peace
and that together we will
never agree to plans which
can endanger our future."

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(Editor's note: The following
poetn, by Isadore Shrodeck,
chairman of the Metropolitan Di-
vision of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund,
was printed in the "Campaign
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Under blue or darkengd
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The Memorial Service
planned as part of the Jew-
ish Community Center's Is-
rael Independence Week
(April 16-24) will take place
in the Center's Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theatre at
7:30 p.m. April 19.
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RACHEL OLIVER
Silver Medal at the 1962 In-
ternational Wind In-
struments Competition in
Helsinki, Finland, Ben-Meir
later became the principal
flutist with the Haifa Sym-
phony Orchestra' for three
years before coming to the
States as a visiting profes-
sor of music at Ithaca Col-
lege.
He has been a member of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra since 1967, and prin-
cipal flutist of the West
Bloomfield Symphony. He
is also a member of the De-
troit Woodwind Chamber
Players and is on the facul-
ty of the University of Wind-
sor.
Rachel Oliver was born
in Jerusalem and gave
many recitals and per-
formed as soloist with the
Kol Yisrael and Haifa Sym-
phony. Orchestras. On the
personal recommendation
of Artur Rubenstein, Mrs.
Oliver went abroad and
studied for three years
under Stefan Askenase, in
Brussels. While in Belgium
she won first prize for
piano and in the Chamber
Music Section of the Royal
Conservatoire. In a unani-
mous decision she was
awarded the Laure Van Cut-
sem Prize as the out-
standing pianist. She has
performed throughout the
U.S. and Europe.
Mrs. Oliver will play prel-
udes by Chopin and then
she and Ben-Meir will per-
form Ernst Bloch's Suite
Modal. Following the memo-
rial services, the documen-
tary film 'about Israel,
Lior, - will be shown in
the theatre.
On April 23, an . Israeli
cabaret and cinema will be
held in Shiffman Hall. Be-
ginning at 9 p.m. there will
be dancing and entertain-
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Ben-Ze'ev and featuring Is-
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