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November 10, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-10

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Chajes Will Solo
Conduct Center
Wins Bnai Brith and
Symphony Orchestra

Monsky Award

Morris Direnfeld (right),
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council, pre-
sents a check for $400 to Barry
Rosenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Rosenfeld, 14131 Bal-
four, Oak Park. A junior ma-
joring in sociology at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, young
Rosenfeld won the 1961.62
Henry Monsky Fellowship
Award of Bnai Brith District
Grand Lodge No. 6. Monsky,
of Omaha, Neb., was president
Of Bnai Brith from 1938 to
1947. He died in office. Upon
graduation, Rosenfeld plans to
either do graduate work in so-
ciology or psychology, or apply
to the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary", to train for the rab-
binate. -

Bar Mitzvahs

Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Saginaw,
18612 Monica, announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, David Joel,
will be observed Nov. 11 at
Adas Shalom Synagogue. - A
cocktail dinner-party in his
honor will be held that evening
at Holiday Manor.
* * *
Mrs. Ann Cohen and Sidney
Cohen announce the Bar Mitz-
vah of their son, Michael Ste-
phen, will be observed Nov. 11
at Cong. Beth Joseph. A dinner-
party in his honor will be held
Nov. 12 at Springel's Patio
Room.
* * *
Judge William Friedman and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Katzin jointly
announced the Bar Mitzvah of
their grandson and son, James
S., to be observed Saturday
morning, Nov. 18, at Cong.-
Shaarey Zedek. A reception in
the Bar Mitzvah's honor will be
held at the Katzin residence,
18290 Wildemere, froni 2 to 5
p.m., Sunday, Nov. 19. No cards.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J.
Kohn of Oak Park announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Sheldon Bruce, will be ob-
served Saturday at Cong. Bnai
Moshe. A dinner in his honor
will be 'held Sunday at the
Mayfair.

* *

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro,
18089 Sorrento, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Mich-
ael Allan, will be observed
Saturday at Cong. Beth Aaron.
A cocktail and dinner party
in his honor will be held
Sunday at Sammy's Avalon
Room.

Center Team Retains
League Tie for First

By defeating the Peace Luth-
eran team 37 to 11, • Tuesday
night, at Detroit - Boys Club,
the Center Basketball Team re-
tained its tie for first place in
the Piston Knot-Hole League.
Steve Fishman and Billy Ber-
ris led in scoring for the Center
team with 11 and 10 points
respectively.
Next Wednesday, al Cobo Hall,
the Center . team will play the
Southgate team with which it
is tied for first place. The Center
team thus far has won two and
lost none in the league games.

Chosid-Siegan
Rites Solemnized

Julius Chajes will be soloist
in Chopin's Polonaise Brillante,
Op. 22, with the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra on Tuesday
evening, Nov. 14 at the Jewish
Center. He will also conduct
the second portion of the con-
cert featuring Schubert's
"Tragic" Symphony No. 4.
Chajes' has been the con-
ductor of the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra since Novem-
ber, 1940. In recent years he
has played and conducted his
compositions in Paris, London,
Glasgow, Brussels, Vienna, Mu-
nich, Salzburg, Jerusalem; and
in more than 300 concerts
throughout the United States
and Canada.
Another soloist of the eve-
ning will be Emily Adams, con-
cert mistress of the Center
Symphony Orchestra and mem-
ber of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. She will be heard in
Mozart's A Major Violin Con-
certo.
Albert Tipton will conduct
the first half of the program,
which will open with Suite for
Strings by Chajes. Tipton is
the solo flutist of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.
Tickets are available at the
Jewish Community Center.

MRS. RICHARD CHOSID

• Junior Primrose
Club Holds 9th
Donor Luncheon

Junior Primrose Club will hold
its donor luncheon Nov. 21 at
Holiday Manor, featuring vaca-
tion, prizes to Las Vegas, the
Concord and Grossinger's in New
York's Catskill Mountains, and a
five-day stay at.Thunderbird Day
Camp for the children of win-
ners.
Responsible for the luncheon
are Mesdames B. Gold, president;
M. Myers, vice president and co-
chairman; R. Keller; social vice
president; S. Stalberg, vice presi-
dent; H. Levitsky, co-chairman;
H. Alexander, I. Tennenhouse;
Sally Cogan, membership chair-
man; L. Shecht, S. Rochman and
R. Lichtman, publicity.
For tickets, call Elaine Myers,
LI 6-7430.
Since its founding nine years
ago, the group has donated
$12,500 to the Detroit Association
for Retarded Children.

Brig. General S. L. A. Marshall
will address the Parent Teacher
Association of the Hayim Green-
berg Hebrew Yiddish Shule at
9 p.m. Thursday at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.
Marshall will speak on "My
Impressions of Israel." The gen-
eral public is invited. Admission
is free.

AHED

Fine Phot
ndids Profes
y F nished
For Appoi
ent Phone

LEIBICK

S.

Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Owen Sie-
gan of Cherrylawn Ave. announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Cherie-Lynne, to Richard Gary
Chosid, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Chosid of Monica Ave.
The wedding ceremony was held
Dig up the facts — that way
Oct. 31 at the Holiday Manor,
with Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and there's no room for doubt.
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel offici-
ating. Sandra Starman attended
her cousin as matron of honor.
Paul Chosid served his brother
as best man.

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GRADE A YOUNG KOSHER

"Abhor inactivity and indo-
lence., the causes of destruction
of • body, of penury, of self-
contempt—the
ladders to Satan
Ralph Stein, president of the and his satellites."
Detroit Auxiliary, City of Hope,
MOSES. MAIM NIDES
announce& a conference will be
held 10 a:m. Sunday at the Tur-
over Temple, 12129 Dexter, and
that all organizations and clubs
and Landsmanschaften will send
their delegates.
The confeience will open first
P
GR PH
with breakfast, which will be fol-
lowed by a program.
"Th Best N ed
Bernard Foster, regional direc-
Co No More"
tor, and Dr. Henry Chapniek,
LI 8-1116
LI
8-22
medical consultant, will be
among the speakers.

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