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January 19, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-19

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, January 19, 1962 -- 20

Violinist Jos. Silverstein Will Be
Shaarey Zedek's Concert Soloist

JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN

the International Music Festival
competition in Belgium, compet-
ing against 36 other finalists
from 18 countries.
He served as concert master
with the Denver and Houston
orchestras prior to joining the
Boston Symphony in 1955.
Leonard E. Baron, chairman
of the Shaarey Zedek centennial
symphony concert committee, re-
ports that a substantial portion of
the tickets available have already
been subscribed to, and urges
those interested in attending
this concert to secure their tick-
ets at the Shaarey Zedek office,
at the branch school office, 13735
W. Seven Mile, or at the Ford
Auditorium box office. Tickets
will be available at the office of
Shaarey Zedek until Tuesday.

Joseph Silverstein, native De-
troiter, one of the country's
leading violinists, who has just
been named concertmaster of
the Boston Symphony Orches-
tra, will be the guest soloist
at the Shaarey Zedek centen-
nial concert, at Ford Audito-
rium, at 2:30 p.m., Sunday,
Jan. 28.
Featuring the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, with Valter
Poole conducting, another solo-
ist will be the distinguished
pianist, Mischa Kottler.
The program will include
selections by Paul Ben-Haim,
Ernest .Bloch, Leonard Bern-
stein, Camille Saint-Saens and
Felix Mendelssohn.
• Detroit-born Silverstein, whose
father was a violinist with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, re-
ceived his training at the Curtis
Institute in Philadelphia where
he studied with Efrem Zimbalist.
MISS ANDREA BURDICK
At age 17, Silverstein was
soloist with the _Detroit Sym-
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin D.
phony Or c he s tr a at a Fair Burdick of Roslyn Rd. an-
Grounds concert. Two years ago nounce the engagement of their
he placed third in the finals of daughter, Andrea, to Bernard
Lee Hartman, son of Mrs. Harry
Hartman of Shaftsbury Rd. and
the late Mr. Hartman.
Miss Burdick is a junior at
The Beth Yehudah Schools the University of Michigan and
Parent-Teachers Association will is a member of Delta Phi Epsi-
hold its annual "Movie Night" lon sorority. An April wedding
7 p.m. Tuesday at the Varsity is planned.
Theater, announced Mrs. Rose
Baum, fund-raising chairman.
Featured will be "Me and the
Colonel," with Danny Kaye, and
"Please Don't Eat the Daisies,"
starring Doris Day and David
Niven. Proceeds from the bene-
Sol Rabkin, member of the
fit will be used to purchase a New York bar and director of
school bus. The public is ill- the Anti-Defamation League of
vited.
Bnai Brith National Legal Dept.,
will serve as a panel participant
Kosher House Established at the Midwest Regional Con-
ference of the National Bar
at Princeton University
A religious educational and Association, 3 p.m., today, at
social center with complete ob- the Henrose Hotel.
servance of the dietary laws has
The theme of the conference
been established for students is "Discrimination in Northern
at Princeton University, an- Metropolitan Areas." The panel
nounced Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz on which Rabkin will serve will
dean of the Jewish Educational be concerned with "Discrimina-
Center in Elizabeth, N.J. The tion in Public Education." For-
center, which is called the Yav- mer U.S. District Court Judge
neh House of Princeton, is John Feikens will moderate.
Rabkin will also appear at a
being sponsored by the Jewish
Educational Center in cooper- special meeting of the Anti-Defa-
ation with Yavneh, the National mation League Cabinet in De-
Association of Religious Jewish troit to discuss the work of
ADL's Legal Department.
Students.

Burdick-Hartman
Engagement Told

Beth Yehudah PTA
Holds Movie Night

ADL Legal Director
Here for National
Bar Assn. Parley

Beth El Braille Bindery Seeks Funds
for Expansion; Gives Theater Party

Plans for the expansion of ac-
tivities of the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood's Braille Bindery
were announced this week by
the project's co-chairmen, Mrs.
Alice Harris and Mrs. Samuel
Hartman.
In ,,order to secure funds for
material urgently needed by
the bindery, which serves many
local and national agencies, a
theater party is being sponsored
for the showing of "From Paris
With Love," featuring Gene-
vieve; at the Cass. Tickets for
the show are available by call-
ing Mrs. Samuel Gershenson,
19565 Cumberland, TO 8-6746.
Mrs. Hartman stated that the

Temple Beth El Sisterhood
Braille Bindery is one of only
six of its kind in the country
and the only one in this area.
She stated that the bindery
serves the needs of other Sis-
terhood groups at Shaarey Ze-
dek and Temple Israel, as well
as the Jewish Braille Institute
of America, Hebrew Braille
Committee, the Board of Edu-
cation and others.
"All our activities are by vol-
unteer workers, but the mate-
rial must be supplied," Mrs.
Hartman explained. The Beth
El Braille Bindery is conducted
weekly on Tuesday, Wednes-
days and Thursdays.

Brim Orith

.



• •

ctivities

DETROIT LODGE will spon-
sor its second annual Jewish
Music Festival 8:30 p.m. Jan.
27 at the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute. The program will fea-
ture Jewish folk songs, selec-
tions from light operas and
Broadway hit shows. Featured
artists include Lisa Shaw, so-
prano; Sidney Resnick, baritone;
David Okum of the Civic Light
Opera Company; and Harry Sie-
gal, cellist who is president of
the Chamber Music Workshop
and the director of the Adas
Shalom Choir. Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel is in charge.
will be available at t
oor, o
by calling Samuel
ein, UN
3-5197.

YUSTER
ENBERG
LODGE will
p.m. Thurs-
day at the
ay Gree
Center, 1916
chaef
speaker will
a r
of the Mayor Comm'
habilitation
arco
Refreshments
ill
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Jacobs, ED. 1-
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p.m. Jan
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nold Mich
vited, according
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FATHERS
nu• :30 p.m.
its annual s
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Monday a
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Tig s, L ons and
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Council to Fete Tund-Raisers'

Bnai Brith -Women's Council Audrey Kron, Tucker; Sandy
of Metropolitan Detroit •
hore, Zager.
the following wome
*gh "Fund-Raisers" in the city
high over-all "Fun
sers" in
Mildred Direnfeld, Dorothy
their chapters,
a -luncheon
, Frances Gruskin and Sally
Feb. 14 at K
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er, in that order.
Shirley
ub, Bloch;
Sayles, B ndeis; Mario
B & P-
arcia
nial;
Gert L
Reifma
and His Orchestra
Isaacs,
Hirsch-
man, Fox,
st, Frenkel;
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Ruth Tackel, Gershwin; Dorothy
Jones, Handler; Bess Rose, Herzl,
Esther Shrager, Israel; Mildred
Direnfeld, Keidan; Corinne Wise,
Livonia; Sally Bookstein, Mar-
shall; Shirley Rosenberg, Morgen-
thau; Ethel Demunter, Oak
Woods; Sally Kramer, Pisgah;
haron Lefkofsky, Rex; Doris
ld, Stone; Helen Smith, Sub
an; Betty Kaplan, Tikva

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