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January 15, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-15

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MUMFORD

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By ALAN SCHWARTZ

MISS LINDA MITTELDORF

The engagement of Linda
Joyce Mitteldorf to Arthur
Erwin Berlin is announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
S. Mitteldorf, of Santa Rosa
Dr. The bridegroom-elect is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
B. Berlin, of W. Outer Dr.
Both attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan college of lib-
eral arts and are now students
at Wayne State University,
where the bride-elect is in the
college of education. Her fiance
is a student in the law school
and is a member of Tau Epsilon
Rho fraternity.

Music Study Club Sets
Handel Program;
Grand Rapids Concert

A dessert luncheon meeting
of the Music Study Club will be
held at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in
the home of Mrs. Victor Martin,
1340 Balmoral.
A commemorative program,
marking the bi-centennial of the
death of Handel, the program is
chaired by Mrs. Sadie C. Braver,
it is announced by Mrs. J. Stew-
art Linden, president.
Participants will include Mary
Silber, narrator and commen-
tator; Shirley Monson, contral-
to; Marjorie Gordon, soprano;
Emily Adams, violinist; and
Rebecca Frohman, pianist and
accmpanist.
Friends are invited to attend
the program.
The organization's c h or al
group will appear by invitation
in the St. Cecelia Auditorium,
in Grand Rapids this Sunday.
Dan Frohman, director. has ar-
ranged for a program of operat-
ic excerpts, English ballads,
Negro spirituals, Yiddish folk
songs and modern Israeli music.
Vocal soloists will be Maxine
Feig, Belle Pepper, Evelyn
Feldman, Bess Axelrod, Sylvia
Heidman and Shirley Monson.
Emily Adams, violinist, and ac-
companists Rebecca Frohman
and Rose Stein also will be on
the program.

Handler Lodge Rally
Probes Anti-Semitism

A community-wide meeting,
under sponsorship of the Philip
Handler Chapter of Bnai Brith,
will delve into the significance
of the world-wide flare-up of
anti-Semitism, it is announced
this week by Ronald Freeman,
Lodge president.
The program, which will fea-
ture an address by Municipal
Court Judge Burton R. Shif-
man, of Oak Park, will take
place at 9 p.m., Wednesday, at
Beth Moses Synagogue, Lin-
wood at Oakman Ct.
Following the talk by Judge
Shifman, a member of the
speaker's bureau of the Anti--
Defamation League, there will
be a question and answer per-
iod. A social hour will con-
clude the evening.
The public is invited to at-
tend at no charge, announces
Louis Wasserman, Lodge ADL
chairman, who is arranging the

program.

Mumford's seniors will hold
their annual snow trip, this
weekend at Echo Valley, a ski
resort near Kalamazoo.
After a full day of skating
and tobogganing, there will be
dinner, a dance, a dance con-
test, and a variety show. Part
of the variety show will be a
skit by the senior class officers,
Mark Gould, Sue Cole, Bob Ep-
stein and Christine Homberg.
The show was written and di-
rected by Cy Fruchter, Mark
Gould, Judy Mandell and Fred
Miller.
Others who assisted in plan-
ning the trip are Linda Aranoff,
Stuart Freedman, Jim Fuller,
Lenore Lempert, Harry Lister,
Judy Mandell, Jaedene Roberts,
Tom Segall and Gary Stern.
Tomorrow nigh t, Carol
Brooks, Peggy Brose, Pat Gross,
and Sheila Salicoff will dance
in a program at the Art In-
stitute. On Jan. 19, Sheila will
appear with the Detroit Sym-
phony at the Ford Auditorium.
The Mumford Student Coun-
cil is planning a dance for
March 4, tentatively entitled
"Some Enchanted Evening."
The Student Council will hold
i t s semi - annual installation
breakfast Feb. 4.
Jan. 27 and 29 are the dates
set for finals at Mumford.

Pinafore' Set for
Stratford Festival

A new production of "H. M.
S. Pinafore, a continuation of
the Musicians' Workshop, con-
certs by the National Festival
Orchestra with Glenn Gould,
Oscar Shumsky and Leonard
Rose as resident artists, and
an international conference of
composers will be among the
features of the 1960 Stratford,
Ontario, Music Festival, music
d i r e c t or Louis Applebaum
stated.
The production of "Pinafore"
will be staged by Tyrone Guth-
rie, who returns to the festi-
val for the first time since 1957.1
This will be the first time
that Dr. Guthrie has undertaken
a musical at the Stratford Festi-
val, although he has won con-
siderable international renown
for his staging of opera at the
Metropolitan in New York and
at both Covent Garden and
Sadlers' Wells in London.
The Stratford Festival opens
June 27 and continues to Sept,
17. In the Festival theater,
three Shakespearean plays will
be offered: "Romeo and Juliet,"
directed by Michael Langham
and designed by Tanya Moisei-
witsch, with Julie Harris and
Bruno Gerussi; "King John,"
directed by Tyrone Guthrie and
designed by Miss Moiseiwitsch;
and "A Midsummer Night's
Dream," directed by Douglas
Campbell and designed by
Brian Jackson.
An International Film Festi-
val will be held in the Avon
Theater during the two weeks
commencing Aug. 22.

Bohemians to Hear
Miss Meckler Solo

Psychological problems be-
tween dental students and their
parents will be discussed by
Dr. Jean Rosenbaum at a meet-
ing of the Parents' Club of
Alpha Omega, Chi Chapter, at
8 p.m., at Madison Dental Sup-
ply Co., 15888 Wyoming.
Program chairmen are Sam
Schwartzberg and Michael Bag-
dade, while hosts for the eve-
ning will be Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Levy and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Leichtman. Pr e s i d e n t Mrs.
Michael Bagdade announces a
short business meeting will be

RUTH MECKLER, the 1959
recipient of the Bendetson
Netzorg Piano Memorial
Award, will be featured by
the Bohemians at their an-
nual Soiree this Saturday
evening, at Baldwin Hall. The
club, which sponsors the Net-
zorg Award, also will provide
a chamber orchestra for Miss
Meckler when she plays Mo-
zart's Piano Concerto in D Mi-
nor. The talented, young pi-
anist also will play a group
of solo works by Bach and
Chopin.

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Annual Movie Benefit

Central Class of 1950
The annual movie night held
Slates 10-Year Reunion by the Parent Teachers As-

sociation of the Beth Yehudah
Schools is planned for Jan. 25,
at the Varsity Theater.
The featured films will be
"Twelve Angry Men," with
Henry Fonda, and "Cheaper by
the Dozen," starring Clifton
Webb and Jeanne Crain.
Proceeds will go to assist the
program of the Beth Yehudah's
day school department.
For tickets, call the fund-
raising chairmen, Mrs. S. N.
Cohen, WE 5-0037; or Mrs. Jo-
seph Hendler, TO 9-5548. Tick-
ets also will be available at the
box office on the night of the
performance.

Orchestra - Entertainment

A s o c i al and installation
meeting of the newly-merged
Berditchever - Keshenever A i d
Society will be held at 8:30
p.m., Jan. 25.

"Cafe Galerie," established a
few weeks ago at 19940 Liver-
Atomic Expert to Talk nois, is rapidly becoming a ren-
dezvous for after-theater groups
to Institute Group
out for a snack in an artistic
A lecture and film on atomic environment.
power will highlight an oneg
Established by Tzvi Wachtel,

A 10-year reunion by Central
High School's graduating class
of 1950 is planned April 9, at
the Latin Quarter, it was an-
nounced this week by Elaine
Berman, publicity chairman for
the event.
Bud Charlip is general chair-
man of the reunion program,
which will feature dancing to
the music of Dick Stein and his
orchestra.
All members of the 1950 class
not already contacted are urged
to call Joan (Henken) Kalef,
contact committee chairman,
UN. 4-5762, or Miss Berman,
BR. 2-2617.

Dave Diamond

Societies Set Installation

`Cafe Galerie' Has
Israeli Art Works

with Atomic Power Develop- specializes in displaying Israeli
ment Associates will discuss the and other art objects and also
Lagoona Beach project in Mon- carries a full line of Israeli
roe, Mich. A question and an- gifts.
swer period and refreshments
In the art exhibit at the
will follow.
"Galerie," Mrs. Wachtel,
Other events at the Institute whose painting have been ac-
will include an address by claimed in Israel and in this
Shomo Steinberger, instructor country, is represented by a
at the Midrasha, at a program number of artistic works.
of the Women's Study Group at
The Israeli styled foods and
9 p.m., Saturday. His topic will the coffee and other specialties
be "The Book of Joshua and the at this cafe have contributed
Conquest of C a n a a n." Hus- to the popularity of the ren-
bands, school par en t s and dezvous.
friends are invited.
On display there are etchings,
On Wednesday, at 9 p.m., woodcuts, paintings and other
Moishe Haar, principal of the art objects by Israeli, European
Shlomo Steinberger, instructor and American artists.
address a school committee
There is a collection of oils
meeting on "The Role of Yid- by Z. Meirowitch.
dish and Hebrew in Our
Currently, "Cafe Gallerie" is
School."
exhibiting the works of Moshe
Concluding the week's activ- Gat, who is represented in the
ities will be an Institute-wide permanent Mexico National Mu-
oneg shabbat at 8:45 p.m., Jan. seum collection, J. Pins and
22, when Yiddish poet Freed others.
Weininger will speak on "A
Self-Portrait of a Yiddish Poet."
Beth Yehudah Plans
His talk will be in English.

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21 -THE DETROIT JE WISH NEWS—Friday, January 15, 1959

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