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January 11, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-11

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Mrs. Chajes Plans Weinstein-Appel
4th Mozart Event Troth Announced

Jewish -War Veterans , Auxiliaries Will Hold Fantasy Ball

A "Fantasy Ball" - will be held
at the Veterans Memorial Build-
ing on Jan. 26, by the Depart-
ment of Michigan and Ladies
Auxiliaries of the Jewish War
Veterans.
A paid-up membership card in
the J.W.V. or its Ladies Auxil-
iarieS will be the only "ticket"
necessary for admission, accord-
ing to Albert Rosen, department
commander, and Dorothy Cohen,
department president.
Dance music will be provided
by Ed Carlos and his eight-piece
orchestra, and there will be ad-
ditional entertainment.
* A. highlight of the evening will
be the presentation of a plaque
to Michael Macalla, retired exec-
utive directpr of the Veterans
Memorial Building, who will be
honored as a "great and true
friend of veterans in Detroit."
The member of a post or auxil-
iary bringing in the most new
members will receive a "Shower

Marguerite Kozenn Chajes, ex-
ecutive director of the Pro Mo-
zart. Society of Greater Detroit,
announces that the fourth an-
nual Mozart concert will take
place Saturday, Jan. 19, 8:30
p.m., in the Community Arts
Auditorium of Wayne State Uni-
versity.
The program again will mark
a "first" in musical history.
Mrs. Chajes
will present
t h e composi-
tions of Wolf-
-, gang Amadeus
Mozart and the
works of five
of his contem-
poraries w h o
influenced his MISS ELAINE WEINSTEIN
music. Last
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weinstein
7ear's pro- of Roselawn Ave. announce the
gram, also a engagement of their daughter,
"first" in mu- Elaine, to Robert Joseph Appel,
sical history, son of Mrs. Beulah Appel of
featured t h e Northlawn Ave and the 1 a t e D r.
— works of the Phillip Appel.
Jewish Folk Chorus
Mrs. Chajes three genera-
The
bride-elect
is
a
senior
tions of the Mozart family. Sub- at Michigan State University Will Present Annual
sequently this program was "im where she is majoring in ele- Mid-Winter Concert
itated" by the B.B.C. in Londo n, I mentary education. Her fiance
The Detroit Jewish Folk
Kol Israel in Jerusalem, in Me x- lwas graduated from Michigan
Chorus will present its annual
ico and other countries.
State and was affiliated with mid-winter concert 8` p.m. Sun-
This year's participating ar- Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. A day
at the Jewish Center.
tists will include Elaine and June 16 wedding is planned.
Featured will be the cantata,
Abraham Mishkind, members of
"My Glorious Brothers," by
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
Howard Fast, and music by
tra; Paul Schoenfield, pianist, Alexander to_ Speak
Sonney Vail. Guest soloist will
son of Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert
be Cantor_ Pavel Slavensky of
Schaenfield— of 19521 Burling, at Bnai Brith Israel
Chicago, along with Shirley
ton Drive ; Alice Tarabek, so- Leadership Dinner
Benyas and Leo Mogil. Narra-
prano, and Fred Martin, tenor.
Alexander, chairman torS will be Richard Green and
Music Study Club of Detroit of Morris
the Bnai Brith International Joel Morse.
s among the sponsoring organi - Commission for Israel will be
The program will include
zations.
guest speaker Yiddish, English and Israeli mu-
Tickets may be obtained from
at the Bnai sic. Tickets may be purchased
Mrs. Bernard Pepper, 18303 San
Brith Israel from members or at the door.
Juan, UN 2-3182.
Bond leader- For information, call Mrs. R.
Mrs. Chajes, prograin chair-
ship dinner Baron, DI 1-9231.
man, will comment on the se-
next Thurs-
lections and composers.
\ day, 6:30 p.m.,
at the Holiday
New Mail Rules
Manor, 23029
Must Be Followed
Coolidge, Oak
Park, it was
to Meet Deadlines
announced by
Contributors of news copy and
Morris Z e i g-
advertising to The Detroit Jewish
ler, president
News should be advised thatcom-
of the Metro-
pliance with the. new Post Office
politan Detroit
rates and regulations is neces-
Bnai Brith
sary to meet deadlines.
. Council. -
Such releases must be in our
Presidents of
hands for processing by the time
- Max Schrut
the various
of existing deadlines irregardless . Alexander lodges
and
For Good Photographs
of post mark. Mail delayed be- chapters and their Israel Bond
and Prompt Service
cause of incorrect size or insuf-
Coll me at
will be the guests of
ficient postage cannot be consid- chairmen
the
Detroit
Israel
Bond
Com-
ered acceptable when arriving mittee at the dinner, which will
late for these reasons.
the kickoff of the 1963 Met-
Postmaster Edward L. Baker be
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
ropolitan Detroit Israel Bond
We Come to Your Home
announced that rates for first- program to be held in April and
With Samples
class letters increased from four May.
11 5-8805
UN 4-6845
to five cents as of Jan. 6. Air
The invitation has been ex-
mail postage is now eight cents
tended in the names of Presi-
an ounce instead of seven.
Baker said insufficient postage dent Zeiger and Samuel Bank,
- will be collected _from the . ad- the Council Israel chairman;
For Young
dressee or the letter returned Mrs. Charles Galinsky, president
to the sender. The Jewish News, of the Women's Bnai Brith
however, will not pay for insuf- Council, and Mrs. Irving Isaacs,
Women's Council Israel chair-
ficient postage. -
man.
Alexander, a former president
!
of the Chicago Bnai Brith Coun-
cil, is an attorney and builder.
Leave Everything to Us
In 1948 he organized the Bnai
Brith Friendship Train which
collected food and other ma-
terials for Israel. He is a mem-
ber of the national board of
governors of the Israel Bond
Drive, and has been _identified
with many civic and communal
activities, including the Chi-
cago . Combined Jewish Appeal,:
the Leo • N. Levi- Hospital and
the Chicago. Council _Against

. Racial and Religibus Discrimin- •
ation,

of Surprises" during the ball,
which is jointly sponsored by
the men' s and women's depart-
ments._
Serving as chairmen for the
affair are Dr. Maxwell Hoffman,

Department senior vice-command-
er, and Mrs. Jack Iden, depart-
ment junior vice-president. Co-
chairmen are Charles Isackson,
Jack Schwartz, Mrs. Jerry Dale
and Mrs. Oscar Katz.

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