Friday, June 13, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
To Mark JWF 60th
NEXT Thursday, Friday, Saturday
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INSIDE - Warehouse Clearance Sale
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Hundreds of items to choose from -
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HandBag (Dress Length)
Zubin Mehta conducting the Israel Philharmonic.
The Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit (JWF), in partnership
with Meadow Brook Music Festi-
val, will kick off its 60th anniver-
sary celebration this year with an
Aug. 28 performance by the Is-
rael Philharmonic Orchestra,
conducted by Zubin Mehta.
The event is part of a special
evening to be hosted by David
and Marion Handleman in com-
memoration of federation's serv-
ice to the local community, Israel
and Jews around the world.
Festivities will begin at 6 p.m.
Aug. 28 with a buffet dinner at
Meadow Brook. At 8 p.m., Mehta
will lead the orchestra in a pro-
gram of music by Beethoven and
Invitations for the event are
being mailed to prospective
patrons, and some pavilion and
lawn tickets for the concert will
be available to the community at
large through the Meadow Brook
box office. Carolyn Greenberg
and Janice Schwartz are co-
chairmen of the concert.
A second major event of the
anniversary will be Federation's
60th annual meeting, Sept. 16 at
the Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
"Each aspect of the annual
meeting will showcase the work
of Federation and the dedication
of its volunteers and con-
tributors," said Dulcie Rosenfeld,
adviser to Janet Levine's 60th
George Stutz and Linda Klein
will serve as chairmen of the
meeting, "reflecting both our his-
tory and our future," said Mrs.
Rosenfeld. Former Federation
President and Allied Jewish
Campaign Chairman Max M.
Fisher is honorary chairman.
The dinner meeting will in-
clude presentation of the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award and an
exhibition of specially designed
displays - an anniversary gift
from Federation to each of its
member agencies. The displays
are designed by Henry Ford
Museum's Torn Elliot and de-
signer Pat O'Connor, and coordi-
nated by Sharon Alterman.
Federation's ties to the past,
present and future of Detroit will
be showcased with an open house
for Detroit's civic and communal
leadership Sept. 30 at the Fred
M. Butzel Memorial Building,
Avern Cohn and Alan E.
Schwartz will be honorary
chairman, and Marlene Borman,
Tillie Brandwine, Barbara Mar-
cuse and Erwin Simon will serve
as chairmen of the afternoon re-
The final event in Federation's
anniversary activities will be a
poster contest to be launched in
area schools in September.
Michael Feldman, Marjorie
Krasnick and Robert Orley will
chair the event, designed to pro-
mote awareness among
youngsters of the importance of
community and the work of the
Jewish Welfare Federation. "We
hope that parents will use this as
an opportunity to educate their
children about Jewish values and
tradition," added Dulcie Rosen-
Founded in 1926, the Jewish
Welfare Federation is this com-
munity's primary organization
for Jewish philanthropy.
Through its Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, Federation supports more
than 60 beneficiaries - locally,
in Israel and overseas.
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber urged the entire commu-
nity to take part in . the celebra-
tion. "On this special occasion,"
he said, "we reflect on our past
accomplishments and look for-
ward to meeting the changes and
challenges of the future."
Monday At Center
Children of Holocaust Sur-
vivors Association in Michigan
(CHAIM) will present a program
on "The Righteous Gentiles -
The Courage to Care" at 7 p.m.
Monday in the, DeRoy Studio
Theater at the main Jewish
Speakers include Yanni Blom
and Rev. James R. Lyons. Mrs.
Blom is a Dutch rescuer honored
by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem for
her family's efforts in hiding and
saving a Jewish family during
the Holocaust. Rev. Lyons is the
founder-executive director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Also on the panel will be Cez-
ary Chorazyczewski, son of
Helena and the late Mr. Ignacy
Chorazyczewski, who rescued
Polish Jews during the
Admission is free. Refresh-
ments will be served. The public