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January 25, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-25

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Isaac Stern Will Give Recital Feb. 1



Isaac Stern, one of the world's ander Zakin, who has been with
top violinists, will present a him for more than 20 years. The
recital Feb. 1, at the Masonic other friend is his priceless 250-
auditorium.
ORA DISCUSSION STUDY
year-old Guarnerius violin, on
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
Stern gave his first perform- which he will give Detroiters
GROUP, Northwest Chapter of GATION SISTERHOOD w i 11 BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
the American Jewish Congress, hold a games party 8:30 p.m.
p.m. Saturday at the home ance in public in his hometown of the music of Beethoven, Enesco,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday at the home of Mrs. 2:30
San Francisco, 27 years ago. He Bach, Szymanowski and Suk.
of
Mrs.
Kaplan, 18272 made
at the home of Mrs. Julius Sam Siegel, 19350 Rensselaer. Indiana. Fanny
his New York debut in
The
guest
speaker
will
Schwartz, 18060 Fairfield. Par- Refreshments and prizes will be be Dr. Arnold Eisenman, accord- Manhattan's Town Hall two years
ticipating in the presentation featured. Hostesses will be Mes-
later, and by the time he was 23
to Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, years old he was hailed as a
will be Dorothy Gitter and Bebe dames Norman Fellander, Lou ing
chairman.
Rothenberg.
major artist.
Fellander, Sam Siegel and Sam
* * *
* * *
KALISKY - MARGULES: Mr.
Rubens. For information, call
His concert career soon ex-
UNIVERSITY
SOUTH
GROUP
and Mrs. Tana Margules of
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio- Mrs. Siegel, KE 7-5431.
panded
to
include
the
rest
of
OF HADASSAH will sponsor the
Greenlawn Ave. announce the
* * *
neer Women, will meet 12:30
premier benefit performance of the world, and he has since
p.m. Wednesday at the Labor
PODIATRY ASSOCIATION Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" played in just about every coun- marriage of their daughter,
Lillian, to Bernard Kalisky.
Zionist I n s t i t u t e. Attorney WOMEN'S AUXILIARY w i 11
by the Center Players 8:30 p.m. try.
Vows were exchanged on Jan,
Frances Solowitz will review meet Monday at the home of Feb.
In 1956, Stern became the first 12 at Toms River, N. J.
14
at
the
Jewish
Center.
"World Affairs of 1962." Hos- Mrs. David Levin, 14031 Clover- Proceeds will go to Hadassah's American artist to appear in
tesses will be Rebecca Warren dale, Oak Park. Refreshments vocational educational project in the Soviet Union after World
and Sophie Tatelman. Refresh- will be served.
Israel. For tickets, call Mrs. War II. He appeared in Israel
Diamonds - Fine Jewelry
ments will- be served.
* * 5
John Sender, special fundrais- numerous times.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER ing chairman, LI 3-5731, or Mrs.
Silverware
When the 42-year-old artist
LIVONIA GROUP of Hadas- FIGHTERS President Mrs. Abe Aaron Zamek, ticket chairman. steps onto the Masonic Audito-
sah will hold a square dance Eizelman has appointed Mrs.
*
*
rium stage, he will be in the
Feb. 2 at the Dule Office Center, Allan Kaplan as chairman of the
RELY
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO- company of two old friends. One
26847 Grand River. Refresh- "Spring Symposium." Mrs. Kap- CIETY LADIES AUXILIARY is his accompanist or "assisting
ON
A
ments will be served. For lan will be assisted by Mrs. will hold a luncheon meeting artist," as Isaac calls him, Alex-
tickets, call Mrs. Donald Leven- Nate Bassin and Mrs. Harold 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jeri's Res-
son, GR 4-6481, or Mrs. Bernard Lupiloff.
taurant, 18200 Woodward, an-
* * *
HAVE YOU HEARD
Zupmore.
"The Price
nounces President Mrs. Alex
* * *
WOMEN'S DIVISION, AMER- Friedlaender. Featured on the
WHAT
Is Always
ACHIEZER will meet 9 p.m. ICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, will program will be Nita Lowe
Right"

ED,U;CrArliloiNCI
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. offer Passover- and summer Schwartz, junior curator at the
at
Elaine Moskowitz, 3780 W. tours to Europe and Israel to its Detroit Institute of Arts, who
1L9EiAIG U E
Buena Vista. The program will members, announced Mrs. Oscar will augment her talk with
IS PLANNING FOR
feature an interior decorator. Hertz, tour chairman. Passover slides. Mrs. Louis Kazdan will
* • *
FEBRUARY 13th???
tours are scheduled to depart on deliver the invocation. The Aux-
20010 Jas. Couxens
BR 2-0232
ACCOUNTANTS GUILD March 25 and March 31. A two- iliary is planning for its donor ■
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will week tour to Hawaii will depart event March 26 at the Sheraton-
hold a paid-up membership on March 16. For information, Cadillac Hotel. Among the com-
THE JEWISH TROUBADOUR
luncheon noon Feb. 2 at call Mrs. Hertz, DI 1-9717, or mittee heads are Mesdames Shel-
AL NAFTAL
Boesky's Restaurant. Games the AJC office.
don Stern, publicity; Samuel
* * *
will be featured.
Entertaining for all Jewish Occasions
Fried, scholarship; Marcus Sug-
* * *
featuring:
ELSIE SWITZER SUBURBAN arman, community relations;
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE DETROIT CHAPTER, Deborah Howard Appelman, budget; Jo-
Jewish Theatrical Numbers & Sketches
For Information Call:
WOMEN'S-DIVISION will hold Hospital, will hold its second seph Seltzer, projects; and Sher-
a luncheon 12:30 p.m. Monday bi-annual installation 6:30 p.m. win Lutz, prizes.
at the home of Mrs. Pauline Lib- Feb. 2 at the Kenwood Lounge.
* * *
erson, 18495 Ilene. Featured will Guest speaker will be Irving
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
be a reading by Sam Hochman Workoff, regional director of ILIARY, American Legion, will
of the works of Sholem Alei- Deborah Hospital. He will also hold a board meeting 8:30 p.m.
ehem. Co-hostesses will be Mes- install officers. They are Mes- Feb. 6 at the home of Mrs.
dames Katie Greenberg and dames Victor Mitchnick, presi- Frances Green, 18942 Westmore-
dent; Abe Millman, • vice-presi-
Robert Aronson.
A GOOD TUNE UP
* * *
dent; Sidney Feldman, Sam Fink land.
* * *
WOULD HAVE STARTED YOUR CAR LAST WEEK!
and
Martin
Bacow,
-
secretaries;
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
MEDICAL AID GUILD will
BE READY NEXT TIME
will hold a 1)oard meeting noon Irving. Marx, treasurer; and Mal- meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the
Monday at the synagogue. Mrs. colm Dishell, historian. Special home of Mrs. James Marks, 19364
Adolph Winkler will present pro- awards will be presented and Monica. Theme of the program
posed changes in the sisterhood's dinner and dancing will be high- is "Jewelry for Your Home,"
tO N LY
by-laws for adoption by t h e lights of the evening. A meeting
* * *
board. Refreshments will be will be held 8:30 p.m. Feb. 4 at
LOUISE WISE CHAPTER, De-
the Oak ,Park Community Cen-
served.
6 Cyl.
8 Cyr.
* * *
ter. For information, call Mrs. troit Women's Division of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, invites the
PLUS PARTS
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR Leonard Pianin, EL 7-2325.
community to a bazaar 11 a.m.
*
*
CHOLEIVI ORGANIZATION will
hold an open meeting and social
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
DON'T FUSS—DON'T CUSS—CALL US
noon Monday at the home of Woman, will meet 8:30 p.m. Milton Schwartz, 19710 Roslyn.
Mrs. Simon Shifman, 17545 Ohio. Monday at the Labor Zionist In- Imported kid glove s, special
UN 2 - 9558
Mrs. Abe Bookstein and Mrs. stitute. Mrs. Ben Harold will prizes, antiques and art work
FREE
PICKUP & DELIVERY
will
be
highlighted.
Luncheon
Alex Elbling will be co-hostesses. speak on "Israel; Then and
will be served. Admission is 418•111111MINIMMIIMI.1.1111111MINIMIMMIIPM),
Now."
free.
* * *
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
/ LET'S
SEE...WE'LL HAVE TO
NORTHWEST
DETROIT
CLUB will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
Leave Everything to Us
CHAPTER,
CARIH,
will
hold
a
day at the Sholem Aleichem In-
MAkE RESERVATIONS AT THE
stitute. Mrs. David Cohen will paid-up membership dinner 6:30
cRANegooK HOUSE MOTEL FOIZ
review Frederic Morton's "The p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Rothchilds." • Dessert luncheon President Shirley Raf. Ann
AUNT SADIE, UNCLE IRVING, AUNT..
will be served. The Club's 32nd Fran k, membership chairman,
anniversary dinner will be held has planned the program. For
Feb. 3 at Club Alamo. For tick- information, call Ann Frank, VE
ets, call Mrs. H. Ehrlichman, UN 61-1897, or Ann Goldsmith.
* * *
4-5469.
* * *
WOMEN'S GOLDEN RULE
AHAVAS ACHIM. SISTER- will hold its 23rd donor luncheon
HOOD will hold an Oneg Shab- noon Feb. 5 at Cong. Beth
bot 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Yenuda, 17556 Wyoming. Mrs.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Al Olschansky and Sam Hoch-
Faxstein, 19467 Snowden. Mrs. man will provide entertainment.
Richard Burns will be chairman Mrs. P. Apple is chairman and
for the afternoon. The Pre- Mrs. A. Berg is president.
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
U.S.Y. Youth Group will present
* S *
a program on Tu B'Shabot.
OAK
PARK
NSHEI CHABAD
* * *
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio- p.m. Saturday at the home of
Phone
neer Women, will hold a dinner- Mrs. D. Kupperwasser, 25511
dance 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Gardner. The guest speaker will
• STYLE
Labor Zionist Institute. Dr. Mor- be Rabbi M. Rothenberg of the
C2ANBROOIC
• ELEGANCE
ris Braverman will show films Yeshiva Chachmei Lublin. Chair-
HOUSE
MOTEL
• BEAUTY
of European trips. General chair- men are Mesdames A. Feldman
man is Mrs. Hy Ross. For infor- and A. Sandweiss.
EIGHT MILE t JAMES COUZENS
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
BROAD WAY 3-8310
mation, call DI 1-8811.
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