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January 06, 1978 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fund-Raiser to Honor. George Pierrot Birthday

The 80th birthday of world
traveller arml raconteur
George Pierrot will be cele-
brated at a fund-raiser for
the Detroit Institute of Arts,
6 p.m. Wednesday at the
DIA.

Pierrot created and has
produced his World Adven-
ture Series at the DIA since
1933 to aid the institute. The
birthday party in his honor
will raise funds for the in-
stitute and also mark the

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44th anniversary of the
series.
Pierrot came to Detroit
from Seattle in 1922 to be an
associate editor of Business
Magazine. From 1924-36 he
edited The American Boy -
Youth's Companion Maga-
zine.
At the urging of Ethel
Ford he created the World
Adventure Series at the DIA
as a fund-raising effort and
in 1948 the series began on
television.
Pierrot was active in
Christian movements in
support of the Jewish Na-
tional Home in Palestine
and his World Adventure
Series helped expose the
Nazis and Russian anti-
Semitism.
The birthday party theme
is a mid-winter Hawaiian
extravaganza with contin-
uous, live stage shows
brought from Hawaii, three
showings of the film
"Hawaii : The Picture Is-
lands;" free Hawaiian
drinks and snacks; and
dancing.
Local media personalities

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Sonny Eliot, Mickey Miners
and Bob McBride will be
masters of ceremonies.
Guests are urged to wear

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place of birth last weekend,
as she accompanied Prime
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Egypt, for his talks with

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bition on • the life of East
European Orthodox Jews
tries to revive customs and
atmosphere in the shtetl of
the past. The Austrian Eth-
nographicaliMuseum in Kit-
tsee Palace shows exhibits
to inform visitors of the
situation of Orthodox Jews
in the eastern parts of the
former Austro-Hungarian
monarchy.
The exhibition, which
opened earlier this year, is
planned as a preview show
for a large-scale exhibition
on the life of Jews in the
Middle Ages, which will
open in the former ghetto in
Eisenstadt next spring.
Among exhibits to be seen
irr Kittsee are Torah
crowns, circumcision
knives. Hanuka chandeliers
and pictures of everyday
life in the shtetl.
Kittsee Palace is situated
near the Czechoslovak bor-
der only two miles from the
city of. Bratislava, 50 miles

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will hold a general member-
ship meeting 8 - p.m.
Tuesday at the synagogue.
Past presidents of the men's
club will be honored and
awarded certificates of
merit. A special "In Memo-
riam Resolution" will be
presented to the family of
the late Mr. Ben Kahn who
was a ,past president of the
congregation and men's
club. Refreshments and a
social hour will follow.
Friends are invited.

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