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April 24, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-24

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Noah Nachbush in
New Long-Playing
Yiddish Song Record

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Three Artists Gain Favor in Concert
of Detroit Friends of Music

Detroit Friends of Music Beethoven's Sonata in G Major.
chalked up a new triumph with ° This excellent concert served
its fourth concert of the season, to emphasize the importance of
on April 16, when three dis- establishing the new musical
tinguished artists—Mischa Kott- organization, Detroit Friends of
ler, pianist, Paul Olefsky, cel- Music, whose : gains in admirers
list, and Gordon Staples, violin- are being noted at every con-
ist—were featured at the Hayim cert.
Greenberg Center.
The trio evinced marked Chicago Honors Eban with
ability to coordinate its efforts $1 1 /4 Million in Israel Bonds
in the concluding number of
CHICAGO, (JTA) — More
the concert, Mendelssohn's Trio than $1,250,000 in Israel Bonds
in D Minor, whose movements were bought by Chicago Jews
Reiter
Braver
WHEN HELEN ROSEN- lent themselves so well for in- in honor of Israel Ambassador
Two national collegiate fra-
BERG founded the City of terpretation on piano, cello and Abba Eban at a "farewell
ternities of Jewish membership
Hope Cancer Fighters here, violin.
salute" given by 25 communal
Kottler displayed his great organizations at the Civic Opera
this week signed legal docu-
her only thought was for a
talent with his interpretations House here.
ments which merged the two
little group which, in its own
of all four selections that
groups into a single fraternity
small way, could help fight
Over 4,000 persons attended
with 47 undergraduate chapters
the dreaded killer sickness by were wisely chosen for the the affair. Admission was by
and a total membership of
raising a few hundred dollars program.
the purchase of any denomina-
nearly 17,000 students and
Olefsky, who appeared with tion Israel Bond. Principal
to send to the City of Hope
alumni.
in Duarte, Calif. . . . That was Kottler in Bartok's First Rhap- speakers were Illinois Sen. Paul
The two fraternities are Phi
back on Sept. 4, 1952, when sodie, again emerged the great Douglas and Philip Klutznick,
Alpha and Phi Sigma Delta,
the membership comprised 14 artist of the cello. The Bartok national president of Bnai
which will take the name of the
women . . . Things certainly number introduced the roman- Brith.
latter group. Signing for Phi
have changed quite a bit since tic elements of the composer
Sigma Delta was Edward B.
then, and Helen's "little group" to an appreciative audience.
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
Kottler and Olefsky also won
Reiter, its national president,
has today boomed to a closed
and for Phi Alpha, its presi-
membership of 675 . . . The acclaim with their interpreta-
Sammy Woolf
dent, Martin D. Braver.
group had already grown to tion of Brahms' Sonata in
F Major.
And His Orchestra
Phi Sigma contributed 34
about 150 members by the
Staples was equally favored
undergraduate chapters, with
UN 4-3174
UN 3-8982
time it held its first dinner-
by the enthusiastic audience
1,250 undergraduate members
UN 3-6501
dance, eight months later in
when he and Kottler interpreted
and 9,100 alumni, while Phi
May of 1953 . . . Seems like
Alpha brought in 16 under-
only yesteday, but Jean Eizel-
graduate chapters, .450 under-
All Newly Remodeled & Air Conditioned
man will be chairman of the
graduate members and 6,000
seventh annual dinner-dance by
alumni.
the City of Hope Cancer Fight-
With 47 chapters from coast California, Ohio Pass
Serving Luncheons and Dinners
ers, May 16, at Holiday Manor
to coast, Phi Sigma Delta will Fair Employment Laws
Banquet Facilities
.
.
.
It'll
be
the
last
major
be the third largest college fra-
Your Host, James Vlisides
affair
to
climax
a
highly
suc-
NEW YORK (JTA)—Califor-
114 PALLISTER
ternity of Jewish membership.
TR 3-7444
The original Phi Sigma Delta nia and Ohio after years of ef- cessful two years as president
fraternity was established in fort on the part of the Jewish for Irene Berger . . . Attend-
1909 at Columbia University, communities there, have joined ance this year will be limited
Delightfully
New York. Phi Alpha was cre- the ranks of states with laws to 350 people . . . and tickets
Air-Conditioned
ated on the campus of George forbidding discrimination in are again going fast and furious
Washington University, Wash- employment opportunities. The in quick sellout fashion . . If
Delicatessen • Restaurant • Cocktail Lounge
California measure was passed you want yours, better hurry
ington, D.C., in 1914.
Famous for Fine Food
Phi Alpha formerly had local on April 10, and the one in and call either Bertha Kan-
DINNERS 4:30 to 9:30 • AFTER THEATER SNACKS
fer, UN 3-9735, or Sylvia Ep-
chapters at Wayne State Uni- Ohio on April 15.
The addition of California stein, UN 3-4261.
Businessmen's Lunch 11:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.
versity and the University of
* * *
Detroit, but both have been dis- and Ohio brings to 17 the total
TRAY CATERING A SPECIALTY
DETROIT HAS BEEN se-
solved. Phi Sigma Delta has an number of states within fair
12th
at
Hazelwood
employment
practices
laws.
TR. 2-4375
lected
to
play
host
to
the
active chapter at the University
New York initiated the move- national convention of the As-
of Michigan.
ment with enactment of its law sociation to Advance Ethical
Hypnosis, coming here Oct.
New York Federation Goal in 1945.
A Happy and Joyous Passover to
16, 17 and 18, at Hotel Stat-
of $18 Million Now in Sight
Arab Spies Sentenced
ler
.
.
.
Brothers
Hy
and
Sol
NEW YORK (JTA)—The ap- TEL AVIV (JTA)—Two Is-
Our Many Friends and Customers
Lewis of the Michigan Hypno-
peal for $18,000,000 of the New raeli Arabs were sentenced to
sis Institute on Eight Mile
York Federation of Jewish six years' imprisonment, three
We wish to take this opportunity to thank
Rd., have been appointed to
Philanthropies is nearing others were given sentences
our clientele for their fine patronage in
serve as co-chairmen of the
achievement, Gustav L. Levy, ranging from one year to three
our new location, during the past 6 months.
president, reported at the an- years, and a sixth was acquit- nation-wide * convention.
* *
nual meeting of the Federation. ted, in a trial here on charges
Open For-
FAMOUS LAST WORDS .. .
He said that $17,725,257 had of spying on behalf of Jordan.
• BREAKFAST
already been obtained in pledges The principal witness against "So he won't dim his brights,
• LUNCH
and contributions and that all was an Israeli Arab knife- eh? Then I'll be darned if I
.
"there is good reason to believe" grinder from Kfar Saba who dim mine." * . . *
• DINNER
*
the Federation will make its admitted being a member of
• AFTER THEATRE SNACKS
BRILLIANT
CANTORIAL
goal. the spy ring.
future is predicted for 12-year-
old Richard Bloom, son of Saul
Suspenseful, Powerful Presentation
and Pauline Bloom, who is be-
By The TEMPLE PLAYERS of
ing trained by Cantor Nicho-
13436 W. 7. MILE RD.
UN 4-9882
las Fenakel of Cong. Adas
TEMPLE BETH EL
WOODWARD AT GLADSTONE
Shalom to become the third
OPEN DAILY 6:30 A.M. to 1 A.M.; SAT. to 2 A.M.
SATURDAY NIGHT
April 25
boy sent to the Cantors School
SUNDAY MATINEE
April 26
of the Jewish Theological Sem-
SUNDAY NIGHT
April 26
inary . . The others were
Robert Shapiro and Ernest
Curtain Time 8:40 and 2:30
Gross, young talented lad who
3 Performances
TICKETS, $1.50 AT DOOR
escaped from Communist Hun-
gary . . . Young Richard
15301 E. Jetrerson at Beaconsfield
joined the Adas Shalom Youth
VA 2-4118
Choir four years ago and is
Luncheons 11 to 3 — Dinners 5:00
to
10:30.
Suppers
10:30 to 2 a.m.
now its soloist . . . He was
3020 GRAND RIVER. Free Parking. TE 3-0700. Pri-
one of the winners at the re-
vate Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
cent Detroit Lodge Bnai Brith
the World's Finest Steaks, Chops and Sea Foods for
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
Amateur Night at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute that wound CHOP HOUSE
up in a three way tie . .
City - wide auditions at Lenn ROBIN HOOD'S serving the finest and most delicious of foods, Steaks,
Chicken Club Sandwiches. Short Orders. Delicious Hamburgers.
Borovoy's Personal Productions Chops,
"Served as you like it."
had about 50 hopefuls, but only 20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1Y2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
Famous Chicken Dinners
Open 24 Hours
five finalists were selected . . .
CHOICE LIQUORS
The other two winners were
MARIA'S PIZZERIA BANQUET FACILITIES
Manny Holtzer, handsome
Specializing
in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
young crooner, and the Sid-
Parking Facilities . • . Carry-Out Service
ney Fox Quartet, known also as
7107 PURITAN — Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. — UN 1-3929
"The Barons."
* * *
Served throughout Passover
.TEEN TALK . . "I won't CLAM SHOP and BAR
TR 2-8800
be able to join the kids to- Serving: Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted See Foods
night. I promised dad I'd help Music by Muzak
2900 FENKELL
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
UN 4-3440
him with my homework."
* * *
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem-
(Opposite St. Francis Home)
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
BEST WISHES TO ALL
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
FOR A VERY HAPPY PASS- 1 BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 Blk. E. of Evergreen
OVER.

Noah Nachbush, well known
Yiddish actor, who has dis-
tinguished himself in recent
years with his recordings of
Yiddish music, has just issued
a long playing record in which
he has included eight of his
best songs.
Featuring works of Sholem
Aleichem, I. L. Peretz, H.
Leivick, and others, Nachbush
emerges as a splendid inter-
preter of folk songs in this
fine collection.
From Sholem Aleichem he
has selected "Yoine Beder."
This and Peretz's "Gilgl fun a
Nign" are outstanding accom-
plishments by a Jewish artist
who has dedicated himself to
the perpetuation of the Yiddish
folk songs.
He opens his recordings with
"Meshulach" from the Dybuk
and the folk songs "Akdomus."
The other selections in this
record are L. Kobrin's "Kelmer
Magid," Leivick's "Yidele-
Fidele," "Ver vet Zingen" by
A. Twersky and "Die Goldene
Pave" by I. Manger.
All lovers of Yiddish, and
others who love a good folk
sings, will be thrilled with this
selection of Noah Nachbush
songs.
The new LP record is avail-
able from Noah Nachbush, 4317
Atlantic Ave., Sea Gate, Brook-
lyn 24, N. Y.

PALLISTER HOUSE

OESKY'S

LEON & LEFKOFSKY

"NIGHT
MUST
FALL"

WHERE TO DINE

AL GREEN'S

CARL'S

Holiday Greetings

BERRY'S FINE FOOD

ALL-U-CAN-EAT .

$1.95

23-THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, April 24, 1959

College Fraternities
Merge Memberships
as Phi Sigma Delta

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