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June 20, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, June 20, 1980

DIA Galleries Recipients

Jewry on the Air

of Schwartz Family Gift

Alan E. and Marianne area for some 15,000 prints
Schwartz of Bloomfield in the permanent collection.
The Schwartzes are
Hills have given $500,000
to the Detroit Institute of longtime DIA patrons. He is
Arts to support the insti- a Detroit attorney and she is
tute's new graphic arts gal- a member of the executive
committee of the board of
leries.
Part of the Schwartz gift, trustees of the Founders
$100,000, has been ear- Society. The galleries have
marked for future graphic been named the Schwartz
acquisitions; the rest will be Graphic Arts Galleries in
used to support the gal- honor of the donors.
leries, which have been
Manger Awards
under construction for two
years.
Go to Yiddish
The galleries include
Writers Abroad
3,500 square feet of exhibi-
tion space and will open to
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Four
the public July 13. They are Israelis, a Canadian and a
one component of the two- Russian Jew were reci-
floor graphic arts wing, pients of the 12th Itzik
which also includes a study Manger Awards for Yiddish
room where works not on literature which were pre-
exhibit may be closely sented at ceremonies here
examined and a storage recently.
The recipients are Shim-
shon Dunsky of Canada,
li
o ARRY FREEDMAN
Moshe Altman of Russia
and Jonas Turkow, Itzhak
rchestra and Entertainment
Jannissewitz, Natham
Rapp and Tzvi Eisenman,
all Israelis.

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* * *

MESSAGE OF IS-
RAEL: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,
WXYZ (1270) and
WRIF-FM (101) and 10:30
p.m. Sunday, WCZY (1500).
* * *
RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (580), Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.

* * *

JEWISH COMMU-
NITY COUNCIL: 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Channel 2, as
part of "Sunday in Detroit,"
Mr. and Mrs. Neil (Maxine)
Gardner of Windsor will
talk about the creation of
their ketuba.

* * *

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half of the Jewish National
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year honor Federal Minis-
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Commerce. Herb Gray, July
23 at the Shaar
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The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
(88.3), Rabbi Yitschak troit and the Music De-
partment of Oakland Uni-
Kagan is the moderator.
versity- will present the song
* *
and dance troupe, "The
RELIGIOUS SCOPE: Meadow Brook Estate," 3
11:40 p.m. Sunday, Channel p.m. Sunday at the main
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut Jewish Center.
is the moderator.
Their repertoire ranges
* * *
from Cohan to Manilow,
COFFEE WITH HY: 6 with some boogie-woogie
p.m. Monday, WCAR a,nd Broadway selections.
(1090), interviews and fea- There is a charge. For in-
tures of Jewish interest, formation, call the Center
with Hy Shenkman.
661-1000, ext. 250.
* * *
The Center, meanwhile,
YIDDISH IS HEIMISH: developed a pre-natal pro-
6:30 p.m. Monday, WCAR gram for mothers-to-be
(1090), an all-Yiddish pro- through the Physical Edu-
gram of music, news, inter- cation Department.
views and other features
Included in this pro-
with Hy Shenkman.
gram are: Natural
childbirth classes
CAFE SHALOM: 7 p.m. (Lamaze), a pre-natal
Monday, WCAR (1090), seminar class discussing
music, information and
different aspects of preg-
community highlights with nancy, delivery and baby
care, and a pre-natal
Rachel Jacobs.
exercise program.
IF NOT NOW: 12:40 p.M.
For information, call Gail
Thursday, WDET-FM, Greenfield, 661-1000, ext.
(101.9), Mr. and Mrs Marcel
182. All classes begin next
(Shirley) Behar will talk
week.
about Detroit's Sephardic
The Center's annual
community.
Senior Adult Camp will be
open from July 7 to Aug. 17
this summer, announces
Charles G. Stone, chairman
of the Jewish Center's
Senior Adult Committee.
The camp is located in Or-
tonville rat the Butzel Con-
ference Center of Camp
Tamarack. Guest houses
contain twin-bedded rooms
each with its own private
bath. Each guest house has
a fireplace and lounge.
Three full meals and a

This Week's Radio and
Television Prognams

Windsor Jewry to Honor
Herb Gray on Behalf of JNF

Call 548-4031

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis ..

Song, Dance Among Events
Offered at Center Branches

snack are served daily; all
meals are kosher. All the
b-uildings are completely
air-conditioned and fur-
nished.
Activities at camp in-
clude swimming, boat-
ing, fishing, crafts and art
lessons. There is a Shabat
observance on Friday
nights.
For information, call the
Jewish Center, Senior
Adult Division, 967-4030.
Milton J. Miller,
president of the Cente
Symphony Orchestra, an
nounces the following sol-
oists will be heard next sea-
son: Pianists, Flavio Varani
and Julius Chajes; vio-
linists, Miha Pogacnik,
Misha Rachlevsky and
Linda Snedden Smith; cel-
lists, Paul Olefsky and
David Saltzman; flute,
Shaul Ben-heir; and
harpsichord, David Wilson.
The concerts will be held
in the Aaron DeRoy Theatre
of the Maple-Drake Center
complex on Oct. 26, Feb. 1,
March 8 and April 5.

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HERB GRAY
tion in the northern section
of the country.
Dinner chairman is Ar-
thur B. Weingarden.

Rabbi Jonathan V.
Plaut is president of the
JNF of Windsor. Gray
was elected to Parlia-
ment in 1962 and re-
elected eight times.
Prior to his present ap-
pointment, Gray was minis-
ter of consumer and corpo-
rate affairs (1972-1974),
and introduced three major
pieces of legislation as well
as proposals for a com-
prehensive investment pol-
icy for Canada.
As minister of national
revenue (1970-1972), he
supervised the development
of much of the administra-
tive structure for tax re-
form. Prior to that he was
minister without portfolio
(1969-1970), parliamentary
secretary and chairman of
the House of Commons
Committee on Finance,
Trade and Economic Affairs
(1966-1968) and a member
of the Canadian delegation
to a number of international
conferences.

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