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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-03

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40 Friday, September 3, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Koftler tg- PerfOiirlifor Music Study Club Concert

The Musk Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit will
present pianist and teacher
Mischa Kottler at its open-
ing concert of the season

12:15 p.m. Sept. 14 at the
Birmingham Temple.
Kottler will present a
program of Schumann and
Chopin pieces.

Israeli Children Are Aided

MISCHA KOTTLER

Kottler made his debut
with the Detroit Sym-

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The Social Service Club of the Senior Adult De-'
partment at the Jewish Community Center recently
presented a check for the Spiritual Adoption child-
cUre program in Israel of Pioneer Women/Naamat.
Shown are, from left, Sophia Hoffman, president, and
Rose Levine, secretary, of the Social Service Club,
and Esther Fishman, president of the Avodah-Chai-
Brandeis Chapter of Pioneer Women/Naamat.

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phony Orchestra in 1932,
and later served as the
DSO's official pianist for 20
seasons.
He was music director
at WWJ for 33 gears, re-
tiring from that post in
1967. The chairman of the
Wayne State University
piano department, Kot-
tler counts among his
students Cynthia Raim,
David Syme and Ruth
Meckler Laredo.
Guests are welcome at a
nominal fee. For informa-
tion, call President Corliss
Rosenberg, 543-3095. Pro-
gram Chairman is Esther
Krops and Claire Brown is
chairman of the day.

National Pioneer Women
President to Speak Here

Phyllis. Sutker, national door. For reservations, call
president of Pioneer Ida Gornbein at the Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will be the Women/ Naamat office,
guest at the annual mem- - 967-4750.
bership tea 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Southfield TAU-HU Parley
Civic Center Parks and
Recreation building, an- on Dutch Jewry
nounces Ann Kaplan, vice
'JERUSALEM — A sym-
president of membership for posium on the history of the
the Greater Detroit Coun- Jews in the Netherlands
cil.
will be held Nov. 28-Dec. 3
A fashion show and re- at the campuses of Tel Aviv
freshments will highlight University and the Hebrew
the evening.
University in Jerusalem.
Admission is -free, but
In *conjunction with the
dues will be accepted at the symposium, the Bet
Hatefutsot Museum will
Envy's memory is noth- hold an exhibition on Dutch
ing but a row of hooks to Jewry in the 17th and 18th
hang up grudges on.
Centuries.

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Newsman Mort Crim to Speak
for Jewish Women's League

Channel 4 newsman Mort.
Crim will speak on "Media
Man in the Mideast" at the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations' opening
meeting 12:15 p.m. Thurs-
day at Cong. Bnai David.
Currently the lost of
"Mort Crim's Free for All,"
Crim has a syndicated radio
series, "One Moment
Please." He also is vacation
and special-assignment re --
placement for commentator
Paul Harvey.
- He has served as an an-
chorman in -Louisville,
Philadelphia and Chicago,
MORT CRIM
prior to coming to Detroit.
He also was a radio network outstanding journalism
newscaster and correspon- alumnus. In June 1974,
dent with ABC for five Crim was awarded an hon-
years.
orary Doctor of Letters de-
Crim won several gree by Anderson College,
Emmy awards for inves- Anderson, Ind., where he
tigative reporting,,televi- serves as a member of the
sion commentary and for board of directors. Crim also
news and talk shows.
serves on the board of direc-
Crim- holds under- tors for the Merrill Palmer
' graduate degrees from the Institute and the Detroit
University of Nebraska, Press Club.
Alan Hancock College, and
In 1973, Crim founded a
a Master of Science degree
in journalism from North- radio and television pro-
western University's Medill gram production com-
pany, Alcare Communi-
School.
He was graduated from cations, Inc. He is a
Northwestern with honors, member of the Alcare
and in 1965, received the board of directors and a
university's Harrington consultant to the firm.
Award "for outstanding
The community is in-
promise in the field of jour- vited. There is a nominal
nalism." He is a member of fee. For information, call
Kappa Tau Alpha, the na- Marjorie Shuman Saulson,
tional honor society for 642-7784; or Beverly
journalists.
Hacker, 353-5148. No
In 1971, the University of reservations required. Cof-
Nebraska named him its fee and cake will be served.

,

Women of JNF to Meet

Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund will meet noon
Tuesday at Temple
Emanu-El, announces
President Shirley Kraft.
Mrs. Kraft said the meet-
ing will be devoted to plan-
riing the JNF Women's 53rd
Donor Campaign, whose
funds are earmarked for re-
storation in Northern Is-
rael, particularly in Kiryat
Shmona.
Vocalist Marion Bates
will entertain, accompanied
by Betty Pollens, announces
Bess Axelrod, pr6gram
chairman. Vivian Beresh
will recite the invocation.
Edward Rosenthal, newly
appointed' executive direc-

Diabetes Support
Group Forming,

A support group for
diabetics, 17 years of age or
older, will' meet on Tues-
days, beginning next week,
from 7-9 p.m. at William
Beaumont Hospital in
Royal Oak.
The sessions will cover
new concepts in the field of
diabetes treatment and will
serve as a forum to share
learning experiences, an-
swer concerns and. explore
the needs of diabetics. They
will be held in the Nuclear
Medicine department
classroom, on the first floor
of the hospital's North To-
wer. Interested persons
should call the hospital,
288-8986, for further infor-
mation:

_ SHIRLEY KRAFT

for of the JNF, will greet the
group: Fund-raising -
president is Bea Feigelman.-
For information on
Women ofJNF, call the JNF
office, 557-6644.

Banned Books
Being Displayid

Dickens' Den book store'
at 12 Mile and Evergreen is
hosting a week-long exhibit
of books that have been
banned at some time in
their history.

The exhibit is part of
"Banned Book Week" spon- -
sored by the American
Booksellers Association,
the American Library Asso-
ciation and the National
Association of College
Stores.
The books will be on dis-
play at Dickens' Den from
Sunday through Sept. 11.

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