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February 19, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, February 19, 1960-22

Lipkin to Conduct Reveal Engagement
NY Philharmonic of Judith Lederman
Concert on Radio

Seymour Lipkin, Detroit-born
pianist and conductor who now
makes his home in New York,
will conduct the New York
Philharmonic Orchestra at New
York's Carnegie Hall this Satur-
day evening.
The concert will be broadcast
directly from New York, and
will be heard here at 8:30 p.m.,
over radio station WKMH.
Lipkin will conduct Mahler's
Symphony No. 2 in C Minor for
orchestra, soprano and con-
tralto solos and mixed chorus.
The brilliant • musician, who
was appointed this season as an
assistant conductor of the New
York Philharmonic, is the sub-
ject, along with several of his
colleagues, of a story in the
current number of Horizon, an
intellectual magazine.
In the article, "Seven Key-
board Insurgents," Lipkin is
characterized by the author,
Joseph Roddy, as a "deeply re-
flective artist foi whom the
piano seems almost insufficient
as an instrument of expression.
"Though magnificently skilled
in the pianist's craft, Lipkin
prefers to accept conducting
assignments every time he has
a chance."
The author continues, "Lip-
kin is a pianist who has
mastered both the classical and
romantic repertoires but has
been heard best in the moderns
—in Prokofiev, in Stravinsky
and in Leonard Bernstein's
"Age of Anxiety.
"At his New York studio he
teaches piano to. advanced stu:
dents who seem likely to abide
with the instrument. Of the
young pianists of first rank,
Lipkin is of the smallest money
makers on the recital circuits.
But on the scale of artistic
value, on which serious musi-
cianship is of a higher order
than instrumental skill, Lipkin
is pre - eminently successful,"
Roddy claims.
The author places Lipkin be-
tween the extremes of the "in-
tellectual" and the "romantic"
in making his point that "rising
young Americans lean away
from the virtuoso tradition and
toward cerebral playing of the
classics."

MISS JUDITH LEDERMAN

At a recent dinner party in
their home on Indiana Ave.,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Leder-
man announced the engagement
of their daughter, Judith Diane,
to Sheldon Gold, son of Mrs.
Sadie Gold, of Appoline Ave.,
and the late Mr. Nathan Gold.
Miss Lederman is a junior in
the Wayne State- University -
college of education. Her fiance
is majoring in accounting at the
Detroit Business Institute.

Phone Call from El Al
May Show Progress,
But It's Still All Wet

Newspaper columnist Art
Buchwald humorously presents
the story of the first official
air-to-ground telephone call in
the history of commercial avi-
ation.
In a recent column which ap-
peared in the Detroit Free
Press and other newspapers,
Buchwald tells of the arrange-
ments that were made by El Al
Israel Airlines to call him from
the middle of the Atlantic.
After waiting for the call that
was to come at 2 a.m., Such-
wald gave up and retired. The
next day he learned that "sun
spots" prevented the call from
being completed.
But that didn't stop El Al.
While Buchwald was taking a
bath on Sunday morning, the
phone rang, and the voice on
the other end was Zvi Tohar,
an El Al pilot, completing the
assigninent of a few days
earlier.
Buchwald concludes, "One
man flying a plane and the oth-
er man taking a bath can now
talk to each other by telephone.
Will scientific wonders never
By MARY CARTER
cease?"
and HENRI PHILLIPE
The conversation was the
first ever recorded by trans-
Hello. Again,
We've told you a little about oceanic flight; and will be a
the new salon, but now it's get- regular service of El Al flights
ting to the exciting stage. The in the future.
plumbers have plumbed. The
electricians are electrifying. The New Issue of Judaica Post
p a i n t e r s are painting. And Available to Philatelists
when it's all finished our aim
The Judaica Post, a Detroit-
is to have one of the nicest published journal of philately
salons in the northwest area. on Jewish topics, features in its
We want to give you the best February edition a story on the
and most courteous service Prophet . Joel, .based on a stamp
with the latest in hair fashion, issued in 1958 by the country
hair coloring, and permanents. of Brazil.
All types of beauty service will
Also in the current number,
be available to you in the beau- the second of its monthly pub-
tiful surroundings of gold and lications, is a continuation of
white with a dash of royal red. the checklist of Biblical per-
The name of the salon will be sonalities, an article on Yiddish
"Continental Hair Fashions." on a Russian stamp, a story on
Located at 15335-39 W. Seven the Jewish- ancestry of Jose
Mile between Prest and Whit- Abel Castillo and a feature an
comb. Everything should be Esperanto and its founder, Dr.
ready around the first week in L. L. Zamenhoff..
March.
In the meantime you'll find Israeli Doctor to Speak
us in our temporary quarters at Sholem Aleichem Oneg
on Livernois. Give us a call at
Dr. Zelman Gordin, a phy-
UN 2-8413. Beauty tip for the sician with the Kupat Holim in
week is on Personality. Per- Jerusalem presently visiting in
sonality is the effect you have this country, will be guest
on someone else. You are speaker at an oneg shabbat of
judged first by how you look, Chapter I, Sholem Aleichem
then by what you say. With Institute, at 9 p.m., today, in
this thought I'll leave you till the Institute, 19350 Greenfield.
Community singing and refresh-
next week.
—Adv.
ments will follow his address.

Continentally
Speaking

Relatives Seek Missing Kin Here

The Detroit Section, National
Council- of Jewish Women, is
seeking inforthation about the
f allowing • persons for whom it
has urgent messages from rela-
tives or friends. Information
may be obtained at the Council's
office, 8436 W. McNichols, UN.
3-5427.

ASCH, ROSE, -45, born in Pinsk,
Poland, residing in U. S. for 40
years. Sought by cousin Anna Shiff-
man, now in Israel.
ELZTER, JECHIEL and MOSHE,
born in 1895-6 in Zamosht, Poland.
Parents names, Gedalia and Freide.
Arrived in U. S. 1911 - 1920. Sought
by cousin, Srul Borek of Poland.
GROSSMAN, CHAIM, HERSHEL,
born in Snowsk, Russia. Arrived in
U. S. in 1921. Sought by uncle, Mr.
Rabinovitch of Russia.
BLUMENTHAL, 'ARPAD, born in
Roznava, Czechoslovakia, about 65.
Sought by relative, Emil Nemes.
MAJEROWITSCH, CH A R L OTTE,
born in Berlin, Germany 8-21-'97.
Arrived in U. S. 1948. Former ad-
dress 2756 Clairmount. Sought by
Robert N. Edelstein.
JOFE, MOTEL, born 1913 in Dolhi-
nov, Poland, arrived in U. S. 1927.
Sought by cousin, Zelik Abelson of
Israel.
LAX, ABRAHAM, born about 1932
in Bendzin, Poland. In U. S. since
1949. Sought by Benjamin Robszic,
of Israel.
JULIN, LEIBL, 68, born in Jekat-
erinoslaw, Ukraine. In U. S. since
1912. Sought by Nochman Nodel,
cousin.
RUSS, MAKS and wife Ekaterina
Samuelovna. In Detroit since 1947.
Sought by Samuel Ulianov, brother,
in Russia.
SHORNIK, MAX, 70 years old,
born Russia. Worked at Dodge plant.
Sought by relative, Walter Shornik
of Israel.
JAKUBOWITZ (JACOBY) DAVID,
about 33 years old, born in Poland;
JAKUBOWITZ, GITEL, widow of
Mendel, mother of David. Sought by
relative Anna Lieberman living in
the Bronx, New York.
SAND (SANDAU), IZHAK, born in
1913, Sochajov, Poland. Parents—
Abraham and Chaja-Sarah (nee Hey-
man). Sought by brother, Sand, Je-
chiel, now living in Israel.
BARIL CHANA (Anna) nee Weiss-
man, born Ozero Wolyn, Poland—
parents, Jacob Joseph & Rachel Lea,
husband Sam—son Benny, daughter
Cipe. Sought by Aaron Gildengorn
now in Jerusalem.
BERMAN, MRS. SOPHIE—husband
Morris (deceased). 5 children, Wil-
liam, Lillian, Eva, Lena, and Jack.
Sought by Sam Berman, uncle in
New York.
BIENENSTOK, ROMAN BELA-
born aout 1920. Maiden name Leev-
kowicz. Living 1935 in Dorchester,
Mass. Sought by Chaim Wolf Wizen-
feld of Brooklyn.
CHIZISS, ISAK—born 1898, War-
chiwka, Russia. Parents Mechel &
Hajka. Arrived U.S. 1912. Sought by
cousin Surkee Levinson—nee Zlatis,
now in Israel.
CUMMINS, HAROLD MANDARIN,
formerly stationed in Tientsin
(China) in 1931 while in U.S. Army,
member of Masonic order. Sought
by friend Dora Schweish (Bragin-
sky) in Israel.
FREYMAN, HELLA — born about
1911 in Germany. Known in Mar-
seille 1939-1941. Migrated in 1941 or
1942 to U.S. Sought by Andree Fried-
laender, now in Venezuela.
GUTTMAN, FROIM (FROIKE)—
Born 1897, Gherajna, Russia. Parent
Moshe. Sought by nephew Rosja
Sheenberg, nee Lassinger, now in
Israel,
WEINTRAUB, LOUIS and CHAIM
—Sought by nephew, Jan Sabelewshi
(alias Jahob Glazman), in Poland.

Lenn Borovoy Opens
Office in Northwest

The opening of their new
northwest office is announced
by Lenn Borovoy Associates,
specializing in entertainment
and music to serve all organiza-
tion and private affairs such as
bowling banquets, lodge func-
tions, private parties, theater
parties, convention programs,
concert artists and speakers, in-
dustrial functions, children's
programs and novel ideas for
weddings, bar mitzvahs and
house parties.
The new office, located at
19983 Livernois, between Pem-
broke and Chippewa, is also
equipped to . feature complete
variety shows within organiza-
tional budgets, fund-raising pro-
ductions and shows especially
written for the occasion.
Borovoy, who is constantly
traveling throughout the coun-
try looking for fresh talent, is
known for introducing new
faces in the Detroit area, and
his office, now representing
over 300 exclusive artists, pro-
vides programs to meet every
need and budget. Each show is
personally supervised and pro-
duced by Borovoy.
Free consultation service is
available to help organizations
plan their affair. Committees
are invited to call Lenn Boro-
voy Associates at UN. 2-8083.

Classified ads bring fast results:

Music and Entertainment

EPSTEIN, MIRIAM — Sought by
mother, Mrs. Rocktain of Russia and
Irving Chajinowski of New York,
uncle.
* * *

Sam ernmith

and his Orchestra
DI 1-1609

Detroiter Joseph Olshewsky
Sought by Brother in Vilno

Joseph Olshewsky, believed
to be living in or around the
Detroit area, is being sought
by a younger brother, Michael
Olshewsky, who lives in Vilno,
now in Soviet Russia. A pre-
vious story, which appeared in
The Jewish News, erroneously
gave the -family name as Olmen-
sky.
Joseph Olshewsky was born
in 1891 in Poland. His brother,
Michael, was born in 1897. Any-
one knowing Olshewsky or his
whereabouts is urged to con-
tact Mrs. I. Fleisher, 15321 Oak
Park Blvd., Oak Park, LI 5-6168.

Sheldon Rott

and his

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