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February 17, 1961 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-17

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Seymour Lipkin to Be Soloist tvithIBressler Urges Program of Day
ols in U.S.
Addressing the annual Bal- developed in the ZOA.
the
i
and Harry Cohen
Symphony as Ford Grant Winner four victory dinner of the Zion- The meeting wa dressed led in ation
e Benshen. A musical

At the Detroit Symphony Or-
Lipkin commissioned Harold
chestra concerts on March 2 and Shapero, of the Brandeis Univer
4, Seymour Lipkin, distinguished sity faculty, to write the score
pianist who is this year's recipient for him.
In addition to playing the
Shapero concerto, Lipkin also will
be heard in the Mozart B flat
piano concerto at the two con-
certs here.
Lipkin is receiving wide ac-
claim, and among the noted con-
ductors who, have praised him for
his accomplishments is George
Szell, director of the Cleveland
Symphony, whom Lipkin as-
sisted in conducting his orchestra
in 194748.
Making many appearances
throughout the world, Lipkin,
who is the' son of Dr. and Mrs.
Ezra Lipkin of Detroit, has
scored successes wherever he
went, including Russia.
The Lipkins are a family of
musicians. Seymour's s i s t e r,
SEYMOUR LIPKIN
Eleanor Lipkin Rocchi, now re-
of a Ford grant, will be featured siding with her husband, Dr.
as soloist. The Ford grant gives Rocchi, in Toledo, also has dis-
him the privilege of choosing a tinguished herself as a pianist.
contemporary composer to write Their father, Dr. Ezra Lipkin,. is
a piano concerto specifically for a violinist and he has appeared
here with the Doctors' Symphony
him.
Orchestra under George Miquelle •
in the 1930s. Seymour was a
guest soloist with the doctors' or-
chestra.
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Dr. Lipkin's father, Prof S.
A Convalescent Home
Lipkin, was well known here 40
of Rare Beauty and Distinction
years ago as a violinist. The Lip-
kins are proudly displaying a
ALLEN PARK
newspaper clipping, dated Feb. 22,
1 nouncing a testimonial
Prof. Lipkin's honor,
of his musical ac-
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COMUESCENT
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ist Organization of D e t r o i t,
Tuesday evening, Max Bressler,
president of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America, informed
the 100 local Zionist leaders
and workers that a new policy
for Zionist activities , will be
issued soon by the ZOA.
Bressler indicated that the
new program will provide for
the implementation of the deci-
sions of the 25th World Zionist
Congress, which mainly pro-
vided for increased aliyah —
immigration to Israel — and
education. He said the ZOA is
planning the building of apart-
ments to accommodate Ameri-
cans with know-how who wi
o, or
to Israel for a year o
country's
more, to assist in t
upbuilding.
The ZOA pr dent ongly
endorsed a ogra for t
establish • t of D y S ho
There w' be no ally
said, u ss we fi st
proper education
to gu' e Zionists o d s
Israe He advoc ed a Day
pr o gra for U.
Scho
presse
. Bressler
Je
re-
"sen of shock" at t
to the Be urion
acti
S. Prais-
spee at the Con
accomplish-
on
ing t
ments, i that it was a
sincere gathering of dedicated
people.
He declared that "without
Zionism the State of Israel may
be in danger." He urged uni-
fication of all Zionist forces and
the erasing of the split that

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cheon arranged by a
is friends, Dr. Victor-
rt was honored on the
of his appointment as
of International Studies at
e State University.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Dr.
AbraM Spiro chaired the event
at the Standard Club on Wednes-
day. In addition to their remarks,
Dr. Rapport was extended greet-
ings by Dean Russell Bright and
Dr. Harold Basilius, head of
Wayne State University Press.

planned as the setting for the
annual Purim Adloyada of the
Labor Zionist Organization on
Feb. 25 in the Hayim Greenberg
Center, according to Mrs. Gerald
L. Goldberg,
chairman of
the event.
Dancing
9150 ALLEN RD. (Cor.
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oldberg A complete
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Mrs. Goldberg, KE 7-6126, or the
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the Oak Park ma r k e t. The
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completely remodeled shopping
area. Featured are wider isles,
more shelves and frozen food
cabinets to handle a greater
variety of foods. `!The need for
enlarging the Wyoming mar-
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Rubin Cottler, "is very gratify-
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