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November 27, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-27

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Schrage-Kleiff Rites Music Study Club ' Marilyn- Bez to Wed
Planned for June 26 . Sets Young Artists Bennett Cohon in July

for Dec. 6 Concert

Spanish Culture to Be end Chapter Two Topic ,

Chapter Two of the Sholem p.m., Saturday. The Spanish
Aleichem Institute will present period will be considered.
the second in its series of dis- Irving Veitlin, an instructor
cussions on "Living in Two at the Sholem Aleichem School,
Cultures" at its meeting at 9 will head the discussion.

Isador Saslov and Hanoch
Greenfeld, two young artists of
outstanding promiie will be the
guest soolists at the Music Study
Club's annual Artist Concert, to
be held at 8:30 p.m., Dec. 6, in
the Detroit Institute of Arts
auditorium. .
Saslov is • a Detroit violinist,
who plays with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra. Many in the
community ,will recall his bril-
liant playing as soloist with the
Center Symphony Orchestra. He
is the recipient of a fellowship
from the Munich Acadenfy of
Music, and was soloist with the
Casal Orchestra while abroad.
Greenfeld is a young Israeli
pianist who won the Lado Art-
July wedding is being
ist Award in his debut recital
Mr. and Mrs. David Schrage, in NeW York. lie has appeared planned by. Marilyn Bez and
Bennett Cohon. The bride-elect
of Washburn Ave., announce the
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
engagement of their daughter,
Samuel M. Bez, of Indiana Ave.,
Faye, to Gilbert R. Kleiff, son
and her fiance the Son of Mr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving 'Kleiff,
and Mrs. Allen Colion, of Can-
of Burgess Ave.
ton, 0.
The bride-to-be will graduate
Miss Bez has completed her
in January from Wayne State
studies at the University of
University's college of educa-
Michigan and Ohio State Uni-
tion. Her fiance also attended
evrsity, and is presently work-
WSU. He is presently a student
ing in occupational therapy. Mr.
at the University of Detroit's
Cohon is a graduate of OSU,
school of dentistry and is affili-
where he was a member of
ated with Kappa Nu and Alpha
Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
Omega fraternities.
A June 26 wedding is planned.

Ms. Chase Appointed
Lunch Toastmistress - •

Mrs. Jack Friedman, presi-
dent of David Horodoker Young
Women's Organization, has ap-
pointed Mrs.
Bernard Chase
as toastmis-
tress of the
donor lunche
eon, to be heldf, •
Tuesday after-4
noon, at Holi-
day Manor.
Guest speak-.
er .w ill be Mrs. Chase
Mrs. Moses Lehrman. Miss
Denise Greengood and Miss
Sherri Jane Miller will enter-
tain. Prizes will be given.
Tickets and information may
be obtained by calling Mrs. J.
Guterman, DI 1-9088, or Mrs. M.
Weinstein, UN 4-8307.


Magazines Feature Israel
The November issue of Travel
Magazine carries a feature arti-
cle "Eternal Israel" by Yohanan
Beham. Horizon Magazine in
November has as„its lead article
"The Bible as Divining Rod" by
Nelson Glueck. Don Short dis-
cusses Israel's Harp Festival in
the November issue of Cosmo-
politan. The cover photos of
Travel and • Horizon pertain to



with the Israel Philharmonic
The final rally, in preparation
for the concert; will be held at
12:30 p.m., this Tuesday in the
home . of Mrs. Benjamin Laikin,
8360 LaSalle.
Guest speakers will be Free
Press music and drama critic,
J. Dorsey Callaghan, and vocal
coach Cameron MacLean, who
will talk on "Psychology in
Marilyn Lucas, 17-year-old
student of Julius Chajes and a
recent third-prize winner at the
Michigan Teachers Association
contest, will be soloist.
Tickets for the'Dec. 6 concert
are available from members or
may be obtained at the door,
according to Mrs. Hal Gordon,

David Silver Named
to Hamtramck Post

David Silver, owner of Day's
Fashions, has been named chair-
man of the newly-formed Ham-
tramck Merchants Association,
the first organization of its kind
in more than two • decades.
The HMA is a division of the
Hamtramck Board of Commerce
and an outgrowth of the Ham-
tramck Economic Council. It
was formed by Mayor Albert
Zak to combat loss of business
and industry from the city.
An 11-man committee elected
by mail ballot to guide the ac-
GOLD CUP ROOM tivities of the new group named,
besides Silver, the following
officers: -
Kenneth Moss, co---chairman;
Sidney -Beber, treasurer; and
Chester Wozniak, executive sec-
■ II
retary of the Hamtramck Board
• Weddings
of Commerce, secretary.


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and memorable when
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the River
Free Parking Lot .
VA 2-9000

Triumph Scored
by Inhal Here

Inbal, the Yemenite dance
troupe, scored an even greater
triumph in its one-night appear-
ance here at the Masonic Audi-
torium, Saturday night, than it
did two years ago.
"The Desert", the troupe's
new selection, delighted the
large audience. The rest of the
program found an enthusiastic
response to the able cast that
superbly interpreted the art of
the Yemenites in Israel.

Urge Early Mailing
for Holiday Season

The holidays may be a month
away, but you can't tell by look-
ing at the Post Office. In order
to make timely delivery pos-
sible, the public will also have
to plan in advance, according
to Postmaster Edward L. Baker.
"We are ready with our fa-
cilities," he said, "and now we
would like to ask the mailers to
make plans at their end for
early mailing and proper prepa-
ration of gifts and cards."
Baker advised mailers to use
only first class four cent or
seven cent air mail postage on
holiday cards. This enables
the inclusion of handwritten
messages on the cards.
He pointed ,out that cards
sent by first class mail are sub-
ject to forwarding or return
service, if necessary. Cards
mailed at the three' cent, third
class rate may include only a
signature and will not be for-
warded or returned.
The Postmaster emphasized
the importance of planning
holiday mailings so those cards
and gifts bound for the most
distant points are mailed first.
Special effort should be made
to get all out-of-town packages
and cards into the post office
before Dec. '10. Those for near-
by points will arrive in time if
they are mailed by Dec. 15.

Beth El Sisterhood
Lists Three Speakers

The first of three December
programs planned by the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth El as
part of its Town Hall Lecture
series will take place this Tues-
day, in the temple.
Thomas E. O'Hara, chairman
of the board of the National
Association of Investment Clubs
will speak on "How to Organize
and Operate a Successful In-
vestment Club."
On Dec. 8, Nicholas Snow,
curator of the Detroit Institute
of Arts, will discuss "American
Art; Threshold of a . Golden
Age." There also • will be an ex-
hibition of painting, sculpture,
ceramics and jewelry • created
by temple members.
The Dec. 15 program will
feature Irving I. Katz, executive
secretary of Temple Beth El
and an outstanding historian.
His topic is "The History of
Jewish Women in Michigan."
Tickets to the lectures, which
begin at 11 a:m., are available
at the door.





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