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April 26, 1963 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-26

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group relations, has been ap- The first section of a bibliog-
pointed to the new post of I raphy of modern Israeli music
associate director of the Ameri-lhas been published by the Na-
can Jewish Committee, Dr. tional Jewish Music Council in
John Slawson, executive vice- cooperation with the Music Al-
president of the Committee, an- liance of the American-Israel
nounced this week. Cultural Foundation.
The first such comprehensive
listing of Israeli music, it con-
First
tains information on about 3,000
City
compositions. The compilation
Showing !
was by composer Issachar Miron,
director of the Music Alliance of
Salzburg Festival Production of
MOZART'S THRILLING MASTERPIECE
the Foundation, and Leah M.
Jaffa, executive secretary of the
ON GEOVANNE
Music Council.
'Cgs e Siepi and all-star cast. Furtwiingler
Copies may be obtained at the
4"( conductor.
Eastman Color, High fidelity Sound
Foundation, 2 W. 45th St., and
ESQ U I RE_
the National Jewish Music Coun-
15311 S Jefferson
cil, 145 E. 32nd St., New York.
VA 2-2870

U. S. Envoy Confers
Dan,ny Raskin's With
Golda Meir on

LISTENING

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JAY MELLIN, 12-year-old son
of Harriete and Spike Mellin, is
one of the few Jewish boys play-
ing organized hockey. He was
goalie for the Dearborn Excavat-
ing team that went to Sault Ste.
Marie and took the national
4.4
He who prays must turn his championship in the first United
heart towards heaven.—Talmud States Pee Wee Hockey Tourna-
ment ever held . . . Locally, as
far as is known, the only other_
rinksters are David Gubow, 13,
son of U.S. Attorney for Eastern
District of Michigan Lawrence
and Estelle Gubow, and Jimmy
Brooks, 12, son of Dr. Nathan
and Mary Brooks . . . Jay orig-
inally was playing with the
Shamrocks in the Olympia Pee
Wee Hockey League before
being chosen to go with the
team that ultimately won the
first U.S. championship ever
held—quite an honor.
DOUBLE BIRTHDAY celebra-
Woodward at Six Mile
tion will annually be celebrated

TO. 8-8300

at the same time by Dr. Donald
Berkower and newly-born daugh-
ter, Jennifer . . . Both have the
same birth-date, April 8. . .
The mother is Toby (Kaplan) -
Berkower.
Prepared by Internationally Famous
LIGHTNING DOES strike twice
for Ron Moscow, 20-year-old son
C. Gabe and Lillian Moscow .. .
RESTAURANT, 4222 Second-
Last week, while kegling on al-
LOBSTER THERMIDOR CHICKEN CACCIATORA
leys next to the Bnai Brith
CANNELLONI
Women at Oak Park Lanes, he
bowled a perfect 300 score . . .
BONELESS BREAST OF CHICKEN POULETTE
Last year, just a day earlier,
(Serving for 21
Ron had rolled his first 300
AVAILABLE NOW AT GROCERS
score at the same lanes.
For Information Call: McINERNEY'S-MILLER BROS. WO 1-1113
BIG DATE FOR Daylight Ma-
sonic Lodge is May 19 at Elm-
wood Casino . . That's when
the group will celebrate its 40th
birthday with a shindig befitting
the noted "Enterte'ners Lodge."
. . . A sellout is expected . . .
Harry Hochman and Iry Moss,
14355 LIVERNOIS
S.D., are co-chairmen
Near Oakman
LARRY GLAZER, 21-year-old
Newly Remodeled in Modern Smartness
son of Ruth Glazer, has returned
to naval duty aft.-A. a short stay
Complete
at home . . . He brought mother
"wonderful" news about signing
5
1
up as a frog man on a subma-
rine demolition team.
DR. JACK JACKMAN pens
Dancing to the
from Miami Beach . . . "On the
$ 65
Music of Dick Conti Complete
plane down here we stopped at
Every Nite
St. Petersburg and getting off
Closed Sundays
for a breath of fresh air I dis-
Golden Circle Room
covered Morris Newman (of the
For Reservations Call
Available
soft drinks) had been on the
For Any Type of Party
same plane. So for the rest of
Large or Small
the trip I had company. In Mi-
ami, I saw Max Weinberg
(Frank's Nursery) and his fam-
ily and Nate Klein. Abe Mil-
ler (Domestic Linen) and his
wife are here. I just missed
Walter Kollman (Bache & Co.)
Take note of an especially tre-
mendous act c all e-d Joanne
Wheat and Hal Kanner. They
may soon be in Detroit. Don't
miss them. Mustn't forget the
Lions (Jack is past president of
the Motor City Lions Club.) I'm
going to attend a local meeting
at the Monte Carlo Hotel."
PROOF THAT EVEN Internal
Revenue men have a sense of
humor about their job is this
one from Bill Gold, ace agent
in New York . . . about a tax
man examining the books of a
defiant—but slightly worried—
supermarket proprietor when the
clerk, climbing aloft to fetch a
can of preserved peaches, upset
a whole pyramid of same . . .
Cans came , tumbling down on
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the tax collector sending him
sprawling to the ground . . . "Be
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careful, Irving," cried the pro-
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prietor, "s'u pposing that had
been a customer."

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—United
States Ambassador Walworth
Barbour met with Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister,
for a talk reportedly dealing
with the possible effects of the
new United Arab Republic
Federation on the Middle East.
The talks, which lasted less
than an hour, were by mutual
request and were officially
described as concerned with
matters of particular interest to
the Middle East. Stephen Pal-
mer, the American Embassy's
First Secretary, and senior offi-
cers of the Israel Foreign Min-
istry, attended the talks.
The Foreign Ministry here
declined to comment on the
agreement reached between
Egypt, Syria and Iraq to form a
federated tripartite Arab repub-
lic. Officials of the Foreign
Ministry said that the text of
the agreement is being care-
fully studied.

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Montreal Proclaims
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*Sunday 12-10; Daily 4-10

CHOICE OF:

MONTREAL, ( J TA )—This
week has been proclaimed by
the Mayor of Montreal as the
"Centennial Week of the Baron
de Hirsch Institute in Montreal,"
and agency of the Federation of
Jewish Community Services here.
The proclamation noted the
"humanitarian services and ac-
tivities. of this outstanding wel-
fare agency" and commended
the celebration of the 100th anni-
versary of the Institute "to all
citizens of Montreal as an occa-
sion for rededication to the pre-
cepts of service • to our fellow
men."

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25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 26, 1963

1st Section Published
of Modern Israeli
NEW YORK, (JTA) — David
Music Bibliography
Danzig, an authority on inter-

AJCommittee Names
Danzig to High Post

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TO 9-3988
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