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March 29, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-29

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People Make News

Kutinshy-Miller
Rites. Solemnized

Flagpole Offers Opera with Dinner

Operatic arias and light clas-
sics will be presented by a cast
of resident artists three eve-
nings each week at the Flag-
pole Restaurant and Lounge,
15509 Livernois, beginning this
week. Two 45-minute programs
will be presented each evening
at 7:45 and 9:30, with dinner
being served from 6:30 'til 9:30.
Four singers appear each eve-
ning in a program of quartets,
duets and solos produced and
accompanied by Lawrence La-
Gore, president of the Michigan
Conservatory of Music and well-
known Detroit concert pianist.
Among the artists who will ap-
pear in the next two weeks are
sopranos _Faye Turner and Stella
Baumann, dramatic soprano Su-
zanne LaCroix, mezzo soprano

Leslie Eitzen, tenors Edward
Kingins and Jonathan Swift,
and baritohes Aureliano Ugo-
lini, David Lemelin and Russ
Smith.
There is a 'cover charge ex-
cept with dinners and at the
bar. Reservations are recom-
mended and may be arranged
by phoning 863-9809.

A. M. SONNABEND, indus-
MRS. EDMUND A. LANDAU,
trialist and communal leader of JR., has been named Woman of
Boston and Palm Beach, presi- the Year for 1962 by the Cham-
dent of the American Jewish ber of Commerce of Albany,
Committee, has been named na- Ga.
* * *
tional general chairman of the
committee's • 1963 appeal for
HAROLD B. GREENBLATT,
19466 Osmus, Livonia, led all
better -relations.
For the HY Spot
* * *
agents in Michigan on paid life
Of Your Affair
A boy's bar mitzvah is forg- volume for the month of Feb-
Music by
ruary,
according
to
Francis
W.
ing a musical link between a
New Jersey community and Tel Maddox, general manager of
Aviv, Israel. PHILIP J. LEVIN, the company's Detroit general
And His Orchestra
attorney, banker and realty exe- office of New York Life.
formerly with Mickey Woolf
* * *
cutive of Mount Bthel, in honor
of the 13th birthday of his son,
BR 2-5447
NATHAN SLAWIN, pro-
ADAM K., has contributed to prietor of the Shoe Box in De-
• Distinctive Ceremonies
a Specialty!
the America-Israel Cult u r al troit and environs, was elected
Foundation a fund that will president of the Greater Detroit
MRS. HARVEY KUTINSKY
make it possible to establish a Shoe Retailers Association at
Youth Band in Tel Aviv to be its annual meeting held in the
Susan Karen Miller became
named for his son.
Henrose Hotel March 21, 1963. the bride of Dr. Harvey Joel Kut-
* * *
DR. WILLIAM HABER has George J. Obert of the J. L. insky in a ceremony performed
Hudson Company was elected . March 24 by Rabbis Jacob Segal
been re-appointed to member-
ship on the International Coun- vice-president. Re-elected were and Moses Lehrman at Cong.
Samuel Plotler, secretary; and Adas Shalom.
cil of Bnai Brith.
Leonard Hack of the Hack Shoe
Parents of the newlyweds are
* * *

Co., treasurer. New directors Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller of
MRS. JOSEPH H. LERNER include Norman Rosenfeld.
Pennington Ave. and Mr. and
of South Orange, N.J., has been
Mrs. Isadore Kutinsky of Santa
appointed director of special
Maria Ave.
events for New Jersey's 300th
The bride wore a long gown
birthday celebration in 1964.
of white Italian silk with a V-
* * *
neck, long pointed sleeves and a
PAUL M. DAVIDSON of Li-
Mischa Kottler, well-known bodice appliqued with Alencon
vonia and FREDERICK W.
STEINER and GARY F. MAD- Detroit pianist, will perform lace. She carried white orchids
VIN, both of Detroit, have Beethoven's Emperor Concerto and stephanotis.
Mrs. Newell Miller of Colum-
earned membership in the 1963 with the Center Symphony Or-
chestra, under bia, S.C., sister-in-law o_f the
President's Club of the Detroit
t h e direction bride, was matron of honor.
agency of National Life Insur-
of Julius Cha- Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gerald
ance Company of Vermont.
* x *
j es, Tuesday Kurtis, Barbara Litt and Sharon
evening, April Young.
A citation, honoring him for
Gerald Kurtis served his
, at the Jew-
for his "interest, understanding
brother as best man. Ushers were
ish C _ enter.
and creative efforts in the field
Kottler, Dr. Newell Miller, Bernard Min-
of Jewish music" was presented
born in Kiev, dell and Mort Friedman.
to SHOLO• SECUNDA, musi-
The newlyweds will 'live at
Russia, began
A Most Beautiful
cian, composer, lectuter and
his musical Fort Dix, N.J.
conductor, by the National
Selection of
studies at the
Women's League of the United
age of 4. At 7
Synagogue of America as a fea-
Holiday and
he entered the
ture of its observance of Jewish
Imperial
Con-
Music Month.
Party Dresses !
* * *
servatory of SHULZINGER - SHOMOV: Mr.
Music
of
Kiev
DR. ROBERT and SAMUEL
and Mrs. Morris Shomov of
and at 9 he Manor Ave. announce the mar-
SCHATTNER, executives of the
made his 'first riage of their daughter, Beverly,
Chloraseptic Company, a nation-
concert tour. to Howard Schulzinger, son of
al pharmaceutical firm which
His most im- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schulzin-
P.S. Spring Coats
was the first drug company to
Kottler portant teach- ger of Hartwell Ave. The wed-
employ Washington's blind per-
and Jackets too.
sons, received the first Colum- er was Einil von Sauer (a stu- ding was performed by Rabbi
bia Lighthouse for the Blind dent of Liszt) in Vienna.
Joshua Sperka in the presence
Citation of Merit presented by
Kottler is music director at of the immediate families.
Secretary of Commerce Luther WWS, and official pianist with
The True International Touch!
Hodges.
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
* * *
tra.
JOEL MOSS, son of Mr. and
London/24nd,
The program will include the
Mrs. J. Harmon Moss, has been
elected president of the Central D Minor Concerto for Two
Coolidge at 9 Mile Rd.
Region of the United Synagogue Violins by Vivaldi which has
*ad kis music.
Oak Park Shopping Center
never
been
performed
in
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Youth, comprised of chapters
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gogues in Indiana, Kentucky, will be Abraham and Elaine
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vania. Joel was preceded as Three Violin Duets by Bartok.
president three years ago by his
Mr. Mishkind, a graduate of
brother, Gary. They are mem- the Juilliard School of Music
bers of Beth Aaron Synagogue. in New York City, has given
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Pasmanick to Lecture
on Mid-East Economy
Before Kvutzah Ivrith

A m i r am Pasmanick, Israeli
author and lecturer currently
on the staff of the Midrasha,
will deliver the third and last
in a series of discussions before
the Kvutzah Ivrith (Hebrew Cul-
ture Society) Saturday, evening
at the Jewish Center.
The topic will be the econo-
my, industry and agriculture of
the Middle East. The public is
invited, free of charge, accord-
ing to President Joseph Katz.
Joshua Joyrich is chairman,
while Morris Nobel heads the
education committee.

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