Detroit pianist Ruth Meckler Laredo will make a sold - appear-
ance in Carnegie Hall, New York, next Thursday. She will play
the Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1, under the baton of Leopold
Stokowski with the American Symphony Orchestra. She returned
recently from a concert tour of Holland, Germany, Italy and
France with her husband, violinist Jaime Laredo. The young
couple were the first American artists chosen by Isaac Stern,
president of the Carnegia Hall Association, in a cultural exchange
program with the Jeunesses Musicales of France and Italy. Ruth
- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meckler of Robson Avenue.
She was a former pupil of Micha Kottler.
More than 100 teenagers attended a party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ager of Huntington Woods at which their
daughter, Anita, surprised her cousin, Charlotte Sternberg, with
a "sweet sixteen" celebration in her honor. Music was provided
by Steve Fisher, Norm Bienstock and John Quinn.
Mrs. Louis Honigman, one of the oldest members of the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and Women's Sabbath League, was
honored by the organization on her 83rd birthday at the recent
Kaplan Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Donna and Larry Sklar, 13741 Lincoln, Oak Park.
Neuman-Bean Family Club will meet Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg, 19347 Lesure. Movies of the
Zamler Bar Mitzvah will be shown.
Among friends of Histadrut who are joining Histadrut-spon-
sored trips to Israel this year are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murav, Jacob S. Schneid, Israel Woodrow,
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Katzman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shniderman, Ann
Radich, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Char-
lupski and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Innes, Mrs. Manya
Auster, Mrs. Rosa Levinson and son, Charlotte Hyams, Dr. William
Klein and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Kent and son and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Goode.
Interest has been shown in Histadrut's summer camp program
in Israel for children between the ages of 14 and 18. Those in
the 14 to 16 age group will spend the summer at Hakfar. Hayarok
and those in the 16 to 18 age group will go to Bet Berl local at
Kfar Saba. Both groups will spend a week or more visiting
various European centers of interest before returning to New
York. Among the campers who have already signed up are Margie
Pensler, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Pensler; Nancy Stein,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Saul C. Stein; Janet Mark, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Jerothe Mark; Steven Grossman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Grossman; Jeffrey Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
M. Howard; Barbara Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Schneider; Eric Beckerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker-
man; Steven Dresner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Dresner; Aviva
Kempner, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Covensky; Judy
Steinhardt, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. Steinhardt; 'Fay-
beth Diamond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Diamond.
Mrs. Al Vinocur, of 19148 Forrer, left on Sunday for a two-
month stay in Germany with her children, Dr. and Mrs. Myron
Vinocur, and her two grandchildren. She will return home with
her young grandson and granddaubhter while their parents re-
main for a prolonged tour of Europe before their return to the
United States. Dr. Vinocur is stationed in Germany with the U. S.
Army, as a pathologist.
Arriving at Idlewild Airport via SAS jet was the Chief
Rabbi of Denmark, Dr. Marcus Melchior, and his .wife, en route
to the groundbreaking ceremonies of the International Syna-
gogue. The synagogue will stand as a proud symbol of the
Jewish faith at the gateway to America and the United Nations.
At a combination Synagogue-Purim $18-a-plate dinner at the
Americana Hotel, the New York Board of Rabbis feted a gather-
ing of outstanding leaders of World Jewry; including the Danish
Rabbi, Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Rabbi David de Sola Pool, Philip
M. Klutznick and Louis J. Lefkowitz.
Ann and Isidor SaSlav played for the Music Teachers Na-
tional Association biennial convention at the Sherman House
in Chicago recently. Mr. Saslav is a former member of the
Detroit and Jewish Center Smyphony Orchestras and is a doctoral
candidate at Indiana University School of Music.
Marilyn Grossman, 20015 memorate the memory of Mrs.
Shrewsbury, was declared the Teme Skully and are awarded
first prize winner of the senior annually for outstanding
poetry section of the 1962 achievements of Jewish Youth
Teme Skully Literary Contest, between the ages of 12 and 25.
according to Charles H. Gersh- The contests are administered
enson, president: of the Jewish by the Book Fair office of the
Other prize winners in the
poetry section include Elaine
With the rising of the day the
Messer, 19735 Appoline, and sick feel better. Baba Bathra 16.
Marsha Wineman, 17202 Santa
Elaine Herman, 19457 Wash-
burn, won the senior prose sec-
Leave Everything to Us
tion and Steven Berman, 18293
Roselawn, and Marilyn Betman,
18667 Freeland, were winners
in the junior prose section.
The Teme Skully Literary
MRS. LEON COGAN
Contest, held in connection
Sandra Eleanor Rabinowitz with the annual Jewish Book
was wed to Dr. Leon Cogan in Fair, were established to corn-
a candlelight ceremony per-
formed by Rabbis Leon Fram
and M. Robert Syme and Cantor
Harold Orbach March 16 at
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rabino-
witz of Indiana Ave. and Mr.
and Mrs. Isador Cogan of Mon-
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
The bride wore a gown of
candlelight silk with fitted
bodice, sabrina neckline, sheath
gown and an apron effect skirt
which had wide bands of lace
around the gown.. Her fingertip
veil was held in place by a
matching lace pillbox.
Alycia Rabinowitz served her
sister as maid of honor. Brides- 20010 Jos. Couzens
maids were Joyce Milan and
Elizabeth Simon. Harry Cogan
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served his brother as best man.
Ushers were William Soloman,
Aram Janigian, Louis Rabino-
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The newlyweds departed for
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State Board of
Gerald Tuchow, Detroit attor-
ney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
will be on the
lot April 1, a
Board of Edu-
Tuchow i s
t h e Michigan
Teachers' Tenure Commission
and represents school districts
and teachers in a legal capacity.
His wife, Marilyn, a Detroit
rus, Cantors Choral Association teacher, is the daughter of Dr.
and the Cleveland Chorus and and Mrs. Adolph Spiro, of 18954
Parkside. They have two sons.
The Culminating activities
were arranged by Mrs. Alan
Nathan, membership chairman,
and Mrs.' David Levine, mem-
bership retention chairman.
International Head of Bnai Brith
Women to Address Members Here
The Bnai Brith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
will be host to the membership
of the 26 chapters in the Detroit
Metropolitan area when a mem-
be held 8:30
day at the
Gal i n sky,
the "First Mrs. Kudler
Lady of Bnai Brith Women.
She is well noted for her ac-
tivities in the Los Angeles area
and has held many positions of
leadership in the American
Jewish community. Mrs. Kudler
was seen on , television with
President Kennedy when the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith presented the president
with its top annual award..
The evening's entertainment
will be the Dan Frohman Music
Study Choral Group. Frohman
is the musical director of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, the Dan Froh-
man Chorus, Music Study Cho-
Wayne Students Win
Gerald L. Gordon, 18019 Rose-
lawn, and Marsha V. Horwitz,
3797 Humphrey, are among five
Wayne State University students
to be named winners of fellow-
ships awarded annually by the
Woodrow Wilson National Fel-
The awards cover tuition and
fees for the first year at the
graduate school of the recipient's
choice, plus a stipend of $1,500
and dependency allowances. Gor-
don's award was for mathematics
and Miss Horwitz's this German.
Among those to. receive honor-
able mentions are Fred Baskin,
biochemistry; Judith S. Edel-
stein, history; Andrew I. Cohen,
economics; and Michael G. Wein-
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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, M arch 22, 1963
activities in Society
Marilyn Grossman and Elaine Herman
Win Teme Skully Literary Contest