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August 18, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-18

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Caution Is Ur ged by Rosenne in Summit
Anticipations ; Bar-Ilan Committee Formed

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Rosenne, member of the Is-
rael ambaSsadorial staff to
the United Nations, de-
scribed the responsibilities
that motivate peace efforts
in Israel at this time.
In an address to members
of the Detroit section of
American Friends of Bar-
Ilan University, Tuesday
evening, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. David Hermelin,
Rosenne expressed the hope
for continuity in coopera-
tive tasks between Ameri-
can Jewry and Israel. Am-
bassador Rosenne said that
"what will be decisive is not
what the Gentiles say but
what the Jews do."
He said that while trends
leading to major decisions
may go in either direction in
the deliberations by Presi-
dent Carter with Israel and
Egypt, there is some hope
for progress in approaching
new negotiating processes.
He embraced a viewpoint of
caution while anticipating
hopeful results.
Ambassador Rosenne
joined with other speak-
ers at the gathering,
which was held pre-
paratory to the annual
dinner of Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan University, to
be held Sept. 20 at the
Shaarey Zedek, ex-
pressing gratitude for the
pioneering work of Phil-
lip, Frieda and Max
Stollman, the stalwarts

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(Readers Forum)

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief.
who have guided ac-
tivities for Bar-Ilan in The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will
Greater Detroit.
not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
Hermelin, presiding at enclosed.
the gathering at which the
dinner committee for the
annual dinner was formu-
lated, told of this communi-
ty's notable efforts for Bar-
The yearly dramatic
Ilan and urged widest com- Editor, The Jewish News:
The Salzburg festival highlight of the Salzbura.
munity support for the uni-
1978
started
several
days
Festivals is the perfor-
versity in Israel, in view of
financial difficulties con- ago, but one can predict al- mance of the play "Every-
fronted in a period of infla- ready, that this year's prog- man," about the life and
tion and economic difficul- rams will by far surpass death of a rich man by Hugo
previous artistic achieve- von Hofmannsthal. This
ties in Israel.
summer's protagonist is
Dr. Leon Fill, recently ments.
For the writer of this let- Maximilian Schell.
named a member of the gov-
ter
it
is
a
special
pleasure
to
Marguerite
erning board of Bar-Ilan,
Kozenn Chafes
told of the progress made at report that the newly staged
Bar-Ilan University and the presentation of Mozart's
opera
"The
Magic
Flute"
Seeks
Legend
growth that has resulted
from modern scholastic was prepared from the orch-
for Archives
methods introduced in the estral score whose publica-
Editor, The Jewish News:
many collegiate depart- tion the Pro Mozart Society
I am conducting a re-
ments. Describing his visit of Greater Detroit had mor-
ally
and
financially
sup-
search
project for the
to the university in June,
Folklore Archives at Wayne
Dr. Fill paid honor to the ported. In the preface of the
score
the
names
of
various
State
University,
Detroit,
new president, Dr. Emanuel
Michgian. The project in-
Backman, and to Phillip • Detroiters, supporters of the
volves the collection of the
Stollman, global chairman Pro Mozart Society have
folk legend "Krepsie"
of the university's board of been mentioned.
The new performance was
(Cropsie) found primarily at
governors, for the encour-
led
by
James
Levine,
the
Jewish
summer camps. The
agement given to faculty
legend dates back to at least
and students in maintain- chief conductor and artistic
director
of
the
Metropolitan
the
1950s
and I have col-
ing the highest standards in
lected the story from several
Opera, New York. He and
collegiate planning.
parts of the United States
Norman Cohen, who in- his cast received rave
and Canada.
troduced the guest speaker, write-ups from the entire
I am writing to request
and Jacob Nosanchuck were international press.
that any of your readers
Another
American
among others who spoke
who may be familiar with,
briefly at the Bar-Ilan conductor, George Solti
of the Chicago Sym-
or vaguely recall the legend,
workers' gathering.
aid me in this research
phony, also is expected in
Salzburg for guest ap- project. Any information
SMiss Sata
concerning the story will be
pearances with his or-
to r iiiizdin Muter
helpful. T am particularly
chestra. Solti, who came
interested in what year the
from a fine Jewish home
in Budapest, Hungary, is
readers first heard the
legend (approximately.),
famous and some years
where (what region and
ago was knighted by
Queen Elizabeth.
camp), and as much of the
story as can be recalled.
The stellar program also
will feature violinists Gidon
This information will be
vital in tracing back the
Kremer, Pinchas Zuker-
story's origin and collecting
man, Leonid Kogan, who
will be accompanied at the
new variations.
Judy Loebl
piano by his daughter Nina
Folklore Archives/
(her mother is the sister of
Purdy
Library
pianist Emil Gilels);
Wayne State University
pianists Bruno Leonardo
Detroit 98202
Gelber from Argentina; An-
drej Gawrilow of Moscow,
Beth El Nursery
Mark Zeltser of New York,
formerly from Bessarabia,
Seeks Students
MISS BECK
USSR
and
Josef
Kal
ichstein
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Beck
Registration for the Tem-
of Oak Park announce the of Israel.
ple Beth El nursery school
engagement of their daugh-
program for 1978-1979 is
ter, Rita Joyce, to Sidney Reader Praises
now in progress, announce
Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Article,
Recalls
Dr. Dan M. Levitsky,
Alex Roth of Southfield.
chairman of the nursery
Miss Beck and her fiance Family Ties,
school
committee, and Joy
were graduated from
It was a great pleasure for
Kaplan, director.
Wayne State University.
me to read the beautiful ar-
The
nursery
school con-
A December wedding is ticle in last week's paper
ducts a two-, three- and
planned.
about the author of "Such A
five-day program for chil-
Life," Edith laZebnik. She
dren age 214z-5. The cur-
Program Due
is my cousin.
riculum focuses on Jewish
holidays and history,
David and Razalla Eis-
for Handicapped
enberg
and
family
lived
in
creativity and prepares
A pre-school program for
children for public school.
the handicapped is being of- the Detroit area for many
Lunch will be available.
years.
Only
three
children
fered by the Friends and Re-
For information and to
latives of Retarded Citizens survive. Bessie Davidson of
register, call Ms. Kaplan at
Southfield,
Geneshe
Cuprik
beginning Sept. 12 for 12
the temple, 851-1100.
weeks at the FAR Conser- of Israel and the author Ida
vatory of Performing Arts, LaZebnik.
Frank Exhibit
located in the First Pre-
Brian Kay of Palo Alto,
in Japan Popular
sbyterian Church, 1669 W. Calif., grandson of Bessie
Maple, Birmingham. For Davidson has compiled a
AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
information, call the family tree of the Eisenberg
An exhibition on Anne
conservatory, 646-3347.
families in the United
Frank, which was organized
States and elsewhere and
by the Anne Frank Founda-
Of 10 measures of wisdom they number 750.
tion here at the request of
A remarkable book for
assigned to the world, nine
the Japanese daily, Asahi,
is currently being held in
measures are to be found in me, since I knew and know
Eretz Yisrael.
many of the people.
Tokyo and is drawing large
. • • s
numbers
ofaisitors:
Chase.
, ,4. 1,1--,•Kedushin.49:2
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