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September 09, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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Brenda Krut Weds

Daniel L. Waldman

MRS. DANIEL WALDMAN ,

Brenda Toni Krut became the
bride of Daniel Lee Waldman in
a candlelight ceremony Aug. 28
at Cong. Shaarey Shomayim in
Oak Park. Rabbi Leo Goldman
and Cantor Klein officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Krut of Stout
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Waldman of Park, Oak Park.
The bride wore a full-length,
white silk taffeta gown with ap-
pliques of lace -and seeded pearls,
a sweetheart neckline and three-
quarter length sleeves. She car-
ried a white Bible covered with
a bouquet of white orchids and
stephanotis. • .
Attending the bride were her
sister, Linda Krut, maid of
honor; and bridesmaids Lois I.
Waldman, sister of the groom,
JoAnn Atlas, and Joyce Bressler,
of Cleveland, Ohio.
Best man was Lester A. Wald-
man, the bridegroom's brother.
Ushers were Harold Schecket,
Michael Krut, the bride's brother,
and Mitchell Abrams.
The bridegroom's niece, Terri
r girl
Ellen Waldm
'de's
,..the
and Ronni
ed as ring • b • er.
cousin,
Out-of- n guests came
d and Bridgeport, Co
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F wing a honeymoon in
Falls and New York C
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ide
newlyweds wi
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show and re-
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freshments
• .m., Saturday, Sept.
to
he Jewish Center, 18100
Meyers.

The Israel Philharmonic .
Nation's 'Best Ambassador'

By HENRY W. LEVY
When Carlo Maria Giulini
mounts the podium at New
York's Metropolitan Opera
House and lifts his baton on
Oct. 16, the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra will launch not only
its second American tour, but
the world famous orchestra will
begin its 25th anniversary year.
Twenty-five years ago, in a
converted exhibition hall ad-
jacent to the Tel Aviv port
another great Italian, the lat
Arturo Toscanini, probably th
world's greatest conductor, sim
larly lifted a baton that starte
a group of 72 refugee musicians
on their way to fame.
Maestro Toscanini had gone
to Palestine to lead a new or-
chestra organized by Bronislaw
Huberman from among the sur-
vivors of Nazism.
Now, one of the world's re-
nowned orchestras, the Israel
Philharmonic comes to these
shores for a seven week tour
of the United States, Canada
and Mexico under the auspices
of the America-Israel Cultural
Foundation and the J. M.
Kaplan Fund Inc. The world's
leading impressario, S. Hurok,
has assumed the management
of this tour which will take the
orchestra to some thirty corn-
munities.
(Principal sponsor of the
orchestra's tour in the United
States is the America-Israel
Cultural Foundation. In De-
troit, where the orchestra will
appear on November 1, under
the direction of Joseph Krips,
at the Masonic Auditorium,
the concert will be sponsored
by the Zionist Organization of
America).
The orchestra was founded at
the height of the Arab riots
of 1936 and it has seldom playe
against a peaceful backgrou
But nothing was allowed to
terfere with its music mak g.
In the World War it gave er
160 concerts for the A ed
forces. In the Israel Wa of
Independence it gave many
cents for troops in rem
places.
From the day that Toscanini

conducted the orchestra's first
performance in Tel Aviv the
orchestra has been bles
the leadership of
world's
finest conducto
nd • usic's
most outsta
0 oists.
Among t
ted conductors,
have b
to mention just a
few,
late Dr. Serge Kous-
se
y, Leonard Bernstein,
of Krips, Charles Munch and
ugene Orm
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Since its first
can
in 1951, also un
uspic
of the Ame ll
C
Foundation,
a has
ade a num per
er foreign
e added to its
in e na ional laurels.

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Argentine Jewry Vot

BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)
The Federation of Arge
Jewish Communities v o
unanimously at the conclu
of a three-day extraordinar
co ess to apply for associate
ist
Or ship in the World Zion-
memb
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solution was favored
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