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May 27, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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An all-Mozart- Concert, fea-
turing several of Detroit's lead-
ing soloists, will be presented
at 8:30 p.m., June 6, in the
Community Arts Auditorium of
Wayne State University, Cass
and Ferry.
The concert, sponsored by the
Pro Mozart Society of Greater
Detroit, will highlight the ap-
pearance of Mischa Kottler and
Julius Chajes in "Sonata for
Two Pianos" and Gordon
Staples and Paul Olefsky in
"Duo for Violin and Cello."
Soprano Maria Roumell, with
Lawrence LaGore at the piano,
will be heard in arias from
"The Marriage of Figaro," and
flutist Irvin Gilman, with
Arthur LaBrew accompanying,
will offer the "Flute Concerto."
Proceeds from the concert
will go to the International
Foundation Mozarteum, which
in tribute to the 200th anni-
versary of the birth of Wolf-
gang A m a d e u s Mozart, has
started a permanent monument
in the form of a collected edi-
tion of his music.
The Pro Mozart Society here
was initiated by Mrs. Marguer-
ite K o z e n n Chajes, and is
headed by Mayor Miriani and
Austrian Consul Norman H.
Birnkrant as honorary chair-
men.
Walker L. Cisler is chair-
man; Max H. Fruhauf, vice-
chairman; Jason H. Tickton,
treasurer; and Mrs. Chajes is
executive director. Members of
the steering committee include
William Birenbaum, Harry G.
Bradlin, Florence G. Cassidy,
Mrs. Abraham Cooper, Mrs. J.
Stewart Linden, Margaret Man-
nebach, Kurtz Myers, John
Schachinger, Ruth Stevens, Mrs.
Harry W. Taylor and Violette
Toth.
The Music Study Club, Tues-
day Musicale, United Commun-
ity Services and Wayne State
University are among sponsors
of the - Pro Mozart Society.

Women's

Cluhs Reveal Troth

Mrs. Milton Duchan, pres-
ident of NORTHWEST YOUNG
ISRAEL SISTERHOOD, an-
nounces a benefit luncheon for
the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah at
12:30 p.m., June 8, in the syna-
gogue. The public is invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. Al
Schwartz, UN 1-7161.

*

Deadline for all copy for the June 3 issue of The
Jewish News will be BEFORE NOON TODAY.
On account of Decoration Day, occurring on Mon-
day, and Shavuot, on Wednesday and Thursday, forms
must close earlier than usual.
Copy arriving after the deadline either will have
to be omitted entirely, or, if timely, will be retained for
the June 10 issue.

* *

WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
is currently selling tickets for
the play, "Red Head," starring
Gretchen Wyler, which will
play June 14, at Northland
Playhouse. F o r reservations,
call Mrs. Harvey Cole, Suburban
Chapter, MI 6-6954; Mrs. Bruce
Shatanoff, Northland Chapter,
MISS GAIL HIRSCHFIELD
LI 6-4166'; or Mrs. Raymond
Fenley, Hampton Chapter, UN
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E.
4-3966.
Hirschfield, of .Fairfield Ave.,
* * *
e
announce the engagement
of
Beth Shmuel Sisterhood an- their daughter, Gail Nancy, to
nounces its 18th annual donor Myron (Mike) S. Homer, the
luncheon f o r son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
12 noon, June Homer, of Harding Ave., Oak
15, in the syn- Park. An Oct. 16 wedding is
agogue social planned.
h a 11, corner
Dexter and Center to Host 2-Day
Buena Vista.
Donor chair- Table Tennis Tourney
man is Mrs.
The Jewish Community Cen-
Louis Leebove, ter, 18100 Meyers, will play
UN 1 - 2 8 6 9. host to the American Masters
Prizes and a Open Table Tennis Champion-
Mrs. Leebove special musical ships this Saturday and Sunday,
program, planned by Mrs. Sam- when the country's leading table
uel Bicoll, will be featured.
tennis stars will be in action.
* * *
More than 400 entries are ex-
At a recent meeting of pected in the two-day tourna-
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG ment, which is co-sponsored by
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION, at the Center and the Michigan
which Rabbi W. Ginsberg, of Table Tennis Association. Six-
Brooklyn, N.Y., was guest speak- teen events are scheduled for
er, plans were made for a gar- champions and novices, with
den luncheon, to be held on divisions for men, women, sen-
June 21, at the home of Mrs. iors, juniors, boys, girls, Class
M. Stein, 16165 Ilene. Hostesses A, Novice and a special handi-
will be Mesdames B. Bloven, J. cap singles for all players.
Tickets and tournament in-
M. Davidson, A. Dorchen, I.
Knoppow, S. Kreisler, J. Olshan- formation are available for the
sky and P. Lewis. For tickets three tournament sessions, Sat-
and information, call Mrs. M. urday evening, Sunday after-
noon and Sunday evening, by
Weinstein, UN 4-8307.
calling the Center, DI. 1-4200.
* * *
Mrs. Julia Weiss, fund-raising Business -Men Schedule
chairman of the WOMEN'S DI-
Detroit Socialites Elects I VISION, SHOLEM ALEICHEM Theater Benefit Party
Miss Altman President INSTITUTE, announces a The second annual benefit
Rose A. Altman has been luncheon and games party at theater party to be sponsored
elected president of the Detroit 12 noon, June 4, in the Insti- by the Michigan Jewish Business
Socialites at the organization's tute, 19350 Greenfield. Used Men's Club will be held at the
clothing and household goods Riviera Theater this Sunday
annual meeting, it is announced
are currently being solicited for evening for the performance of
this week.
a rummage drive. For infor-
Serving with her will be mation, call Lillian Gold, LI "Flower Drum Song."
Proceeds from the benefit are
Peter Steffin and Barney Lum- 2-7017.
allocated among several chari-
berg, vice - presidents; Debbie
* * *
ties to which the organization
Jaye, Harry Nessel and Leonard
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
Lowenstein, secretaries; a n d I neer Women, will meet at 12:30 makes yearly pledges. Good
Bertha Knitzer, treasurer. Mem- p.m., June 8, in the Hayim seats for the show, which are
bers of the executive council Greenberg Center, when ar- priced at the regular box-office
are Fred Sheyer, Sylvia Lum- rangements will be made for rate, may still be secured by
calling Norton Rosin, BR. 3-8233
berg, Celia Burke, Bessie Sher- the forthcoming installation
or Lou Merson, VE. 5-1572.
bin, Sam Neshefsky and Ann program. Mesdames Edith
The club, originally known as
Rubenfaer.
Goodman and Ruth Gasman the Michigan -Free Loan Associ-
Arrangements are currently will be hostesses.
ation, meets on Thursday nights
being made for the installation
at the Hayim Greenberg Center,
of officers at a dinner-dance
and is headed this year by
on June 5.
Charles Dorfman.

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Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gold-
stein (Maurine Levens, of De-
troit), of Covina, Calif., an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Richard Steven, on Satur-
day, at Citrus Valley Jewish
Center, 4035 N. Irwindale, Co-
vina. A dinner in his honor will
be held the following evening,
in the synagogue.
* * *
The Bar Mitzvahs of David
Rash, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Rush, of 13321 Winchester, and
Joseph Sokolov, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Sokolov, of 18498
Lauder, will be observed at 8:45
p.m., today, in the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Brody, of
1900 Lincolnshire, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ben-
jamin, on Saturday, June 11, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The fam-
ily will be at home that evening
from 8 to 11 p.m. in joint honor
of the Bar Mitzvah and of the
consecration of their daughter,

Deadline TODAY for Next Issue
Due to Decoration Day, Shavuot

Society Marks 25 Years

Chenstochover Aid Society
will celebrate its 25th anniver-
sary banquet on May 29, at
Shaarey Shomayim Synagogue,
14200 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
Friends are invited. For reser-
vations call hostess Mrs. Samuel
Sborow, UN 1-1560.

Marriag es

FISHMAN-KRESNER. Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Kresner, of
Huntington Woods, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Cheryl, to Arnold Fishman, of
Cincinnati, 0. on May 15. The
wedding was performed in the
Anything worth having is presence of the immediate fam-
worth going after—start today. ily by Rabbi Joshua Sperka.

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ALL MEMBER KOSHER MEAT MARKETS WILL BE
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JUNE 1nd ON ACCOUNT OF SHAVUOT

The Holidays Commence at Sundown the Evening Before

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19 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, May 27, 1960

Mozart Concert
to Star Chajes,
Kottler, Olefsky

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