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August 10, 1979 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

45 Friday, August 10, 1919

Barenboim Stymies Russians

NEW YORK — When
Daniel Barenboim, the Is-
raeli pianist-conductor,
conducted the Paris Sym-
phony Orchestra on a tour of
Moscow and Leningrad, he
was involved in two inci-
dents which shows his cour-
age and his devotion, ac-
cording to Jewish Week.
In Leningrad, Barenboim
attended a service in the
synagogue where he was re-

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MUSIC
MUSIC
HAL
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Federation Apartment Addition
Nearing Completion, Occupancy

ceived enthusiastically by
the congregation. An el-
derly Jew came, up to him
afterwards and said that he
Construction is proceed-
very much wanted to go to
one of the concerts and ing on the new 100-unit
addition to the Jewish Fed-
Barenboim promised to help
eration Apartments in Oak
him get a ticket.
On the evening of the con- Park and an early Fall oc-
cert Barenboim heard that cupancy is anticipated.
the ushers had not allowed
According to Mark E.
the old man in. The pianist Schlussel, president, the
left the concert hall and ' six-story building is de-
went back to his hotel.
signed for senior citizens
Only when the old man able to live independently.
was given a seat, did No services are provided
Barenboim come back.
other than a kosher meal
The second story concerns five nights each week. The
an incident in Moscow. meal program is mandat-
When Barenboim came into ory.
the foyer of the concert hall,
A common area, or epi-
he found it decorated with
center,
is under construc-
the flags of France and the
tion to connect the apart-
Soviet Union.
He asked why the Israeli ments and the addition. It
flag was not there. The Rus- will contain a new common
* *
sians' reply was simply to
remove all the flags.

dining room, community,
TV and billiard rooms. The
present offices will be
moved to the common area
and the vacated space will
be used for a small commu-
nity store.
An expanded kitchen is
designed for the prepara-
tion of meals for the resi-
dents as well as the Meals
on Wheels program spon-
sored by the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and the
kosher nutrition program
served at the Oak Park
Senior Citizens' Center.
Interviewing of appli-
cants from Federation
Apartment's waiting list
has been underway for
the past several months.

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"Applicants from as far
back as 1972 are finally
being called," said Helen
Naimark, executive di-
rector. "The new units
are enabling us to call 100
people at one time and
that process moves the
list ahead more rapidly.
Still we could not ac-
comodate everyone on
the waiting list."
Anyone wishing to apply
for future occupancy may
pick up an application at the
office of the Apartments.

THE JEWISH SING-
LES have postponed their
disco originally slated for
Sunday. The disco will be
held 8 p.m. Sept. 9 at The
Perfect Blend. For informa-
tion, call Les Weitman,
356-8654, evenings until
10:30 p.m.

* * *

KAY
SHELDON
PRODUCTIONS will j
sent a disco 8 p.m. Aug.
at Marvin Gardens-
Jacques. There is a charge.
A cash bar will be available
and music will be provided
by a disc jockey. Singles age
25-40 are invited.

A furnishing committee
chaired by Neil Satovsky is
selecting furniture and
colors for the new areas.
.., The nearly $4 million
addition is financed by the
Department of Housing and
Urban Development and
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion. Rents are subsidized
by HUD.
Samuel Hechtman and
Gilbert Silverman co-chair
the building committee.
Members of the committee
include Emanuel Feinberg,
William Lefkofsky, Michael
Perlman and Sheldon Win-
kelman.

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Fresh Air Meeting Set

The Fresh Air Society
will hold its 78th annual
meeting 1:30 p.m. Aug. 19
in Henry M. Butzel Confer-
ence Center located in the
Benard and Rosalyn Maas
Recreation Area.
Nominated for re-election
for a three-year term are:
Dorene Finer, Mrs. Sheldon
Stern, Dr. Ralph J. Coskey,
Mrs. Emery I. Klein, Ber-
nard J. Cantor. Nominated
to be elected for a three-year
term are: Harold Weiss,
Mrs. Samuel Chapin, Mrs.
Raymond Henkin, Linda
Lee, Dr. Jason Goode and
Rabbi David Nelson.
The nominating commit-
tee includes Michael Mad-
din, chairman; and Mrs.
Robert Baruch, Sidney I.
Feldman, Mrs. James
Labes, Jonathan Haber and
Dr. Richard Krugel.
The meeting will be oc-
casion to honor bene-
factors of new facilities
and programs. In honor
of Benard Maas, Camp
Tamarack, Ortonville,
will carry the name of
Benard L. and Rosalyn J.
Maas Recreation Area.
Maas is the patron of a
scholar- or artist-in-
residence each summer at
the Fresh Air camps. In
addition a staff scholarship,
an interest free loan fund
was established which in-
sures veteran staff return-
ing for at least one more
year to camp.
The Harry Nachman
Environmental Education
Center will be dedicated

and was made possible by
Mrs. Nachman in memory
of her husband. The memo-
rial recalls the late Mr.
Nachman's love for nature.
In honor of Dr. Joseph 0.
Grant's 69th birthday,
daughters Julie Rosen and
Mrs. David Einstein pro-
vided the funds to construct
a pavillion at the Brighton
campsite. The new
structure is a covered play
space for hot and inclement
weather.
The Smokier Pioneer
Skills Center was made
possible by Bert and
Toba Smokier. The
Smokier Skills Center
when completed will in-
clude: a log cabin used by
the pioneers, a log cabin
that will accommodate a
variety of skills activities
such as cider pressing,
soap, paper and candle
and broom making; a
barn, smith shop, root
cellar, herb garden and
apple orchard.

This facility will be used
all year by summer campers
as well as by school children
that use the camp for a resi-
dent outdoor education pro-
gram.

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