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July 01, 1977 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

CRITERION CLUB will
hold a picnic 3 p.m. Sunday

MACK PITT
and
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freshments will be served.
There is a charge, and
friends are invited. For in-
formation, call Cecile Bar-
tholomeW, 559-8397.
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MICHIGAN JEWISH SIN-
GLES COUNCIL will hold
an all-day picnic Monday at
Kensington Metro Park,
east side boat launching pic-
nic area. Participants are
requested to bring their
own fdod. Members will be
admitted at no charge.
Nominal fee for non-
members. For information.
call Sue Margolis. 532-3256.
The MJSC will have a gen-
eral membership meeting
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the
10 Mile Jewish Center.
Room 11. All are welcome.

Brunch W ith, Bach

Features Pianist
Pianist Bernard Katz will
perform the music of John
Field, Frederic Chopin and
Robert Schumann at a
Brunch With Bach program
10 and 11:15 a.m. Sunday in
the Kresge Court of the De-
troit Institute of Arts.
There is a charge, and ad-
vance reservations are re-
quired. For reservations
and information, call the
art institute ticket office,
832-2730.

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JNF Dinner Honors Zacks
With a Forest in Jerusalem

Mr. and Mrs. David P. (Evelyn) Zack, third and
fourth from right, were honored with the establishment of
a forest in their names at the Jewish National Fund testi-
monial dinner last week. Presenting the couple with a men-
ora symbolizing the forest are, from left: Rabbi Irwin Gro-
ner, spiritual leader of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, site of the
dinner; guest speaker Justice Moshe Landau, deputy presi-
dent of the Supreme Court of Israel; Mark E. Schlussel,
president of the Greater Detroit JNF Council; Zack; Mrs.
Zack; Goldie Adler; and Louis Berry, dinner chairman.

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tions of their recent works.
In her criticisms, she re-
lates various effects in each
of the movies to aspects of
each director's personality,
which she had occasion to
discover by interviewing
each of her subjects.
Ms. Jacobs' "Hollywood
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Cash Collected by 'Pony Express'

DALLAS (JTA)—In an ef- $150 million in cash by June
fort to collect much needed 30.
cash on pledges made to 19
United Jewish Appeal Fed-
eration campaigns through-
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out the Southwest, Leon H.
25 years experience
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region cabinet chairman
and private pilot from Fort
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Worth, initiated "Operation
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Friday, 'July 1, 1977 33

DIANE JACOBS
new work, "Hollywood Ren-
aissance" (A.S. Barnes and
Co.), a book about the new
young directors producing
the box office hits of the
1960s and 1970s.
_ Receiving her master of
fine arts degree from Co
lumbia University's film
school with honors for her
thesis on filmmaker Claude
Chabrol, Ms. Jacobs has
continued her interest in
the motion picture medium
by writing screenplays,
doing research work at
New York's Museum of
Modern Art's film study
center and reading and eval-
uating manuscripts for
United Artists.
In her book, Ms. Jacobs
focuses on the newest dy-
namos behind modern film-
making: John Cassavetes,
Robert Altman, Francis
F'ord Coppola, Martin Scor-
sese and Paul Mazursky,
and offers criticism on
their major motion picture
productions.
There is a brief biograph-
ical statement on each as

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Don't ask questions of
God: He may say, "If
you're so anxious for an-
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