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August 11, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-11

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ISIT NEWS—Friday, August II, 196 1- 16

Jerusalem Musicologist Seeks
Detroit Aid to Publish Second
Machzor with. Hymns for Choirs

Rabbi Elazar Hutvitz, eminent
Jerusalem musicologist and bib-
liographer, is a guest here for
a few days' stay at the invitation
of the Detroit Cantors' Associa-
tion. He hopes to get
of a
here for the pub •
Days with
Machzor for th
. e is the guest
music for c
Mrs. Hyman Ad-
of Can
nna, Southfield.
ler,
e ier Machzor by Rabbi
vitz, "Shirei Shlomo," for
tors, already as been
shed, with fin cial a . •
he Detro• c
yman
•rsky heade

e
CHEESE
KREPLACH

You'll love

MEATLESS

CHEF BOY-AR-DEE

CHEESE RAVIOLI

Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Ter?der
little macaroni pies ...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese... seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, too—costs only
about 15c per serving!

arrangements for the Cantors'
Associatio n. Congregations
Shaarey Zedek and Bnai David
were among the synagogues that
aided the project together with
a group of individual sponsors.
abbi Hurvitz, who has dedi-
himself to research and
letting rare Hebrew docu-
, acts as cantor in Jeru-
on a volunteer basis and
s his full time to research
e Talmudical Encyclopedia
r the leadership of Rabbis
mo Yosef Zevin and Joshua
tner. The encyclopedia pro-
ect was inaugurated by the late
Rabbi Meir Bar-Ilan. He also is
associated in research work with
the renowned novelist and short
story writer, Samuel Joseph
Agnon, and Dr. Judah Even-
Shmuel (Kaufman). In a letter
of introduction to Rabbi Hur-
vitz, prior to - his departure for
the United States, Agnon wrote:
"Behold, I send you my
friend, Rabbi Elazar Hurvitz,
.a clever man, writer, musician
and bibliographer, who is to
be found among - the dear
children of Zion and Jeru-
salem."
- A native of Jerusalem., Rabbi
Hurvitz completed his rabbinic
studies in his home city and has
since then labored on rare doc-
uments. He is collecting historic
volumes and is making a study
of Talmudic data.
Before coming to Detroit, he
visited museums in New York
and has found a number of doc-
uments related to others now
in Israel. He, plans to continue
his research in this country, -in
New York's Jewish Museum of
the Theological Seminary and
Union College in Cincinnati, be-
fore returning to Israel prior to
the Holy Days.
Among his major interests i
the Shirat Israel Institute an
Choir in Jerusalem. H_e direc
a large choir and he is gath
ing cantorial hymns that ha
not been set to music.

_,Reresh-Sherdman

Vows Are Taken

Euphoneum Solo at Pa rks Nand Concert

The program will include:
The Detroit Concert Band
(Summer Parks Band), with 1: Introduction "Act III
Wagner
Herschel Leib, conductor, and 2. t=ug'°41nogrrilin2g,' Noon
Night"
Suppe
William DeMaria, baritone, will 3. and
"Roses
al
From The South"
be presented this week at the
Strauss
Waltzes
Clarke
aa uk
r s e s
4. "The Debutante"
following parks:
(Euphoneum Solo—
Monday, Voigt Park, Second
Mr. Raymond Young) -
"Bacchanale' From
and Longfellow; T u e s d a y, 5. "Samson
and Delilah" ..Saint-Saens
ark, Waren and Can- 6. "Sound of Music"
Rodgers
7.,.
Selections
s
o
ranata
,,
esday,
Peterson
; We
Anderson
and Greenfield; 8. "Without A Song"
Park, Cur
(Mr. Wm. DeMaria—Baritone)
Thursday,
oepel Park, Ever- 9. "1812
Tschaikowsky
Overture
green and
uter Drive; and
Friday, Pa er Park, Hamilton
Today a travel folder is re-
d Pon
rtrain.
ferred to as a sort of trip-tease.

gs

bennett

mitzvahs
eric
rtraits
8440 W. McNICHOLS RD.

MRS. LAWRENCE BERESH

Elaine Judith Shenkma
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
d.
Shenkman of Sherbou
o L
was united in marri
r.
son
rence Philip Bere
of
J. Be
and Mrs. Abra
Be
July 3
Greenlawn A.
ue.
Aaron Syn
amin H.
Rabbi i
officiated
it
The b e wore a
organza
er taffeta own. The
ckline
imported
scallope
Alencon
as trimmed •
ed
crystal bea
pearls and draped ,into an Em-
press Eugenie boice. A full skirt
fell from the fitted waist into a
long chapel train. Her bouffant
veil was held in place by a seed
pearl tiara trimmed with crystal
beads. The bride carried lily
of the valleys with pheleanopsis
orchids • on her Confirmation
Bible.
Gloria Iren S
aid
or.
bride's sister
scilla
Briclesm
ere
a n n
all, Sheila
Beres
Hor
z and
• a Robbins.
a4 was Lawrence
best
win. Usherk were
ein, Ira May,
her
lien. Singer
an
were Arnold
s of the
Michael Bere
bride and
degroom, respec-
tively. Mar Shenkma
ring bearer.
ter a h
at Strat-
nd New York,
LZOA Garden Party
the couple will reside in Chi-
Will Be Held Sunday cago where the bridegroom will
Branch Seven, LZOA, will resume studies at the Illinois
give a garden party and buffet college of Optometry.
supper 8 p.m. Sunday, at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. William Gornick Wins Derby
K l e i n, 17489 Westhampton, for Dawson Chevrolet
Southfield.
It's getting to be old
Klein will give a commentary
on his art collection, which in- Hanley Dawson to h
eludes Chagall and Szyk as well troit Soap Box D
rolet
as a piece of sculpture by Sir sponsored by
dealership.
Jacob Epstein.
John Go
y 0510 Roxbury,
For information, call 356-6696
last mo
raced down Derby
or DI 1-8427.
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Hill to
secon
ampion in ree ear
to be onsored by
son
vrolet, 14
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rank
sponsore •
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Hra
Jr., winne •
the 1959
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. 11 and Tues., Sept. 12

FORE: We Will Need on

Own GEFILTE FISH

For Your Eating Pleasure
We Willlso Have Our

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vonce Order for Mrs. Grunt's
PICKLED FISH.

cry Day or on Holidays.
suol Array of Delicacies:

rring • Horseradish • KreplaCh
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OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS TO 1:10 A.M. •
FEATURING THE FINEST SELECTION OF SMOKED FISH

YOUNG KOSHER

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Closed Monday

.

Meat & Poultry Market

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RIME SPECIALS OF THE WEEK

.

Appoihtme
inancier
GUSTAVE L. 'LEVY as general
chairman of the 1961 New York
campaign for the Bnai -Brith
Foundation was announced by
Bnai Brith president Label A.
Katz and Samuel Rosen of New
York, Foundation vice chair-
man. Levy served for the past
three years as president of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York.

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