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October 07, 1983 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-07

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30 Friday, October 1, 1963

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Jet
JERUSALEM — Israel

Aircraft Industries has rol-
led out its first three pro-
totypes of the 1125
Westwind Astra business
jet. First flight of the air-
craft is planned for next
March.

The plane is designed to
carry 22,000 pounds 3,000
nautical miles at altitudes
up to 45,000 feet. It will
have a cruising speed of 500
miles per hour.

Opera Star Will Join Orbach
in Musical Drama at Temple

Muriel
Greenspon,
former Detroit mezzo-
soprano, will join Cantor
Harold Orbach in a one-act
musical drama being pre-
sented at Temple Israel at 8
p.m. Sunday.
The work, "Isaac Levi: the
Rabbi Who Lost His Faith,"
is presented under the spon-
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Memorial Concert of Tem-
ple Israel.
Also featured in the cast
are Maria Cimarelli and
Mark Vondrak, members of
the temple's professional
choir, and Kenneth Stern, a
student in the temple's con-
firmation class.
Ms. Greenspon, born in
Detroit, the only child of
deaf parents, is a leading
soprano with the New
York and San Diego
Opera companies.
After completing her
master's degree at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, she de-
buted off-Broadway, then
appeared around the coun-
try in summer opera festi-
vals.
Her operatic debut was at
the New York City Opera.
She has also spent four
summers at the Stratford
Festival in Canada and has
appeared at European festi-
vals as well.
"Isaac Levi" is a contem-
porary treatment based on

Detroit Friends of Yeshiva University

cordially invite you to the

Twenty-fourth Anniversary Heritage Award Dinner

in honor of

Dr. Arnold Zuroff

Wednesday, October 26, 1982
6 p.m.

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at 1-696, Southfield, Michigan
Guest Speaker

Rabbi Herschel Schacter

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Sam Hechtman
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Justice Charles Levin
Irving Nusbaum

Mark Schlussel
Alan E. Schwartz
Robert Steinberg
Frieda Stoliman
Max Stoliman
Phillip Stoliman

Committee
(in formation)

Arthur Howard
Milton Howard
Joseph H. Jackler
Larry Jackler
Maxwell Katzan
Judge Ira Kaufman
Judge Nathan Kaufman
Jerome W. Kelman
Thomas Klein
Dr. Alden Leib
Sen. Carl Levin
Mrs. Theodore Levin
Edward C. Levy
Milton Lucow
Michael Maddin
Dr. Ronald Michaelson
Dr. Sheldon Mintz
David Miro
Myron Nemer
David Pollack

Mrs. Emma Scheyer
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
Jack Shenkman
Paul Sherizen
David Silver
Dr. Arnold Singerman
Carmi Slomovitz
Phillip SlomovItz
Max Sosin
Mrs. Joshua Sperka
Dr. Jerold Stoliman
David Tanzman
A. Alfred Taubman
Dr. Warren Tessler
Milton Weinstein
Louis Weinstein
Hon. John Wise
George M. Zeitzer
Paul Zuckerman

Yeshiva University

Dr. Norman Lamm, President

Hon. Herbert Tenzer
Chairman
Samuel Sklar,
Field Director

Stanley E. Stern
Vice Chairman

Ludwig Jesselson
Treasurer

Max J. Etra
Chairman Emeritus

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episodes in the life of Reb
Levi Yitzchock of Ber-
ditchev, who lived from
1740 to 1809.
Tickets for the concert are
free, and may be obtained
by calling Temple Israel,
661-5700.

Tractate End
Marked by Siyum

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit
and Merkaz, will sponsor a
siyum marking the comple-
tion of the study of the Dof
Yomi - Talmud Eruvim at
6:30 p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Dovid Ben Nuchim. The
siyum coincides with the
50th yahrzeit of its founder,
Rabbi Meir Shapiro of Lub-
lin.
Rabbi Leizer Levin, pres-
ident of the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis, announces
that Rabbi Pincus Hir-
shprung, chief rabbi of
Montreal, Canada, will be
the guest speaker.
Dinner will be served. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis, 559-5005.

1,000 Lebanese
Seek Refuge
Across Border

ROSH HANIKRA (JNI)
M,pre than 1,000
• Lebanese citizens and
foreign nationals crossed
into Israel earlier this
month seeking refuge from
the fighting in Lebanon.
Nearly half the arrivals
reportedly purchased air-
line tickets at El Al offices
opened for them at th Rosh
Hanikra and Metulla cros-
sing points. Destinations
included West Africa,
Europe and the United
States.
Those staying in Israel
were issued visas enabling
them to proceed to hotels,
Israeli Arab relatives or
Christian co-religionists
who had offered to take
them in.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
United States Congressman
has come to the aid of two
Iranian Jews who escaped
from their country and fled
to New York City, only to
find themselves jailed in
Brooklyn, in an immigra-
tion detention center.
Rep. Gary Ackerman
(D-N.Y.) has asked the Im-
migration and Naturaliza-
tion Service (INS) to release
on bond a decision on their
plea for political asylum.
The Congressman declined
to release the names of the
brothers because of fear for
the safety of their family,
still in Iran.
The 24-year-old Orthodox
twins were detained last
January when they arrived
at Kennedy International
Airport because they en-
tered this country with false
passports.
According
to
a
spokesman for Acker-
man, one of the brothers
was carrying his sister's
passport and the other
brother carried a purch-

ased passport. Both
passports had been al-
tered.

Ackerman was alerted to
their fate a month ago after
he received letters from
some of his constituents in
Queens where a cousin of
the brothers resides. He
immediately became in-
volved in an effort to have
them released.
The Congressman met
with Charles Sava, the dis-
trict director of the INS, and
appealed to him to have the
brothers released on
humanitarian grounds.

Prize for Stern
College Prof.

NEW YORK — Dr. Noah
H. Rosenbloom, professor of
Hebraic studies at Yeshiva
University's Stern College
for Women, has won the Ab-
raham Friedman Prize from
the Histadrut Ivrit of
America for his study of
Naphtali Hartwig Wesse-
ly's "Songs of Splendor."

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