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March 04, 1994 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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Family Specials

Senior Citizen Specials

Tribute To Cantor
At Laker Concert



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Irina Lekhtman

Temple Israel will host the an-
nual Harry Laker Memorial
Concert 4 p.m. March 20. Titled.
"The World of Yossele Rosen-
blatt," this concert tells the story
of the world-renowned cantor
in drama and song and will fea-
ture Cantor Israel Goldstein,
Irina Lekhtman and Michael
Haber. Also participating will
be the Temple Israel Choir,
Choral Group and Junior Choir.
The son of a cantor, Israel
Goldstein was born in England.
He is director of the School of
Sacred Music at Hebrew Union
College — Jewish Institute of
Religion and cantor of the Jeri-
cho Jewish Center in Long Is-
land. He has officiated and
performed in concerts in major
cities throughout our country
and Canada as well as in Israel

Israel Goldstein

and Europe. Additionally, he
has written piano accompani-
ments to two publications of the
Cantors Assembly.
Irina Lekhtman, mezzo-
soprano, recently arrived from
the Soviet Union where she was
soloist with the Moldavian
State Opera. She performed in
major opera houses throughout
Russia and in Bulgaria, Ro-
mania, Italy and France before
emigrating to the United
States. In addition to recent con-
certs in Belgium and Turkey,
she made her Detroit Sym-
phony Opera debut in January.
The community is invited to
join in this tribute to Cantor
Rosenblatt. For complimentary
tickets and information, call the
Temple office, 661-5700.

Rediscovered Film
Shown In Ann Arbor

The recently discovered and re-
stored 1948 film Undzere
Kinder (Our Children), the last
Yiddish film made in Europe,
will be shown 7 p.m. March 13
at the University of Michigan's
Natural Science Building Au-
ditorium, Ann Arbor, followed
by a panel discussion.
Our Children is a drama
about a group of children who
survived the Holocaust. Largely
shot on location at an orphan-
age/school near Lodz, the film
stars children who were actual
survivors of the Holocaust and
focuses on how they come to
terms with their past.
The panel discussion follow-
ing the film will address child-
hood trauma and abuse within
the framework of the Holocaust
and the Holocaust within the
framework of art.
Pauslists will include Sidney-
fiolkosky, professor of history

at U-M-Dearborn; Jack Novick,
U-M clinical associate professor
of psychiatry and supervision
analyst at the Michigan Psy-
choanalytic Institute; and Ker-
ry Novick, faculty member at
the Michigan Psychoanalytic
The film and discussion, both
free to the public, are sponsored
by the Program in Film and
Video Studies, the Jean and
Samuel Frankel Center for
Judaic Studies, the Hillel Foun-
dation and the Michigan Psy-
choanalytic Foundation.

At The JCC

Fiddler on the Roof will be pre-
sented on weekends March 5-
20 at the Maple-Drake Jewish

Community Center hi Nancy

Gurwin Productions.

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would like to thank the
entire community for the overwhelming response to

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An enormous number of Shalach Manot Purim
parcels were donated.

Todah Rabah!

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Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'll do you good.

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