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October 25, 1963 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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V

Music of Modzitz, Melodies of
Hasidism — a Remarkable Record

m• •

From Collectors Guild, 507
5th, NY 17, comes one of the
finest recordings of the year.
Under the title "Music of Mod-
zitz," it contains the instrumen-
tal, music of the songs of the
Modzitz Hasidic dynasty. It is
the type of symphonic collec-
tions that can be listened to for
hours and that arouse a desire
to be heard again and again.
These Hasidic Nigunim form
a veritable musical treasury.
The music, arranged by Richard
J. Neuman, was played by the
Guild Chamber Orchestra, con-
ducted by Rafael Adler and
produced by B.-H. Stambler.
Soloists are: David Weber,
clarinet; Harry Shulman, oboe,
and Michael Rudiakow, cello.

the Hasidim," contains the
story of the Modzitz Hasidim.

The Modzitz dynasty stems
from the disciples of the Baal
Shem. The story of these Hasi-
dim, whose youngest and most
recent disciples have estab-
lished themselves in Israel,
adds greatly to the interest that
is certain to be created by the
new and most impressive re-
cording, "Music of Modzitz."

Danny Raskin's TV Show of Plight of Soviet Jews
Has British Audience of 6 Million

LISTENING

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

even hostility, though the lat-
LONDON — The plight of ter is by no means general, the

Soviet Jewry was described program indicated.
Monday night on the third in-
The documentary also noted
stallment of the independent that in the current spate of
television series of "The Jew trials of Soviet citizens for al-
in The World," A documentary laged economic crimes, the
watched by an estimated Jews, who are a tiny minority
- 6;000,000 viewers.
in Russia, are prominently men-
The program made it clear tioned in the Soviet press by
that Soviet Jews were free and name and ethnic description as
equal citizens of the Soviet Jews.
Union but only as long as they
Want ads get quick results!
did not insist on preserving
AFTER SO MANY YEARS their Jewish identity. When
OF having donor luncheons as they do, they meet administra-
its annual fund raiser, Dept. tive obstacles and sometimes
Dinner at DARBY'S
of Mich. auxiliaries, Jewish War
is a real treat
Veterans, slated a games night bition as he toiled endlessly
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel for Nov. 19 at the new Roma
day to day . . . It was to grad-
• Visit Our New
will act through the United Na- Hall on Schoolcraft . . . Pro-
SKYLIGHT
from high school, where
In all its simplicity, this tions to secure the withdrawal ceeds will go to the auxiliarys' uate
ROOM, Cocktail
he quit with only 1 1/2 years to
Lounge and Bar
musical arrangement is of Iraqi troops from the Syrian- projects of aiding needy vet- go . . . He left Mumford
simply beautiful in its har- Israeli border if such troops will erans and their families, serv- four years ago and a year High
• AFTER
later
THEATRE
monic synthesis. The spirit of be stationed there as a result ing veterans hospitals and de- married Linda Dershow
Snacks . . .
. .
Hasidism has been captured of the unification of the armed tention homes for girls . . . Last week, Irwin became a full-
Delight
LUNCHEON
by the musicians who have, forces of Syria and Iraq under Shirley Iden is fund raising fledged high school graduate,
A Pleasure
at the same time, - given a a joint command.
v.p. for Dept. of Mich., Ruthe and he and Linda had a shindig
niversalistic touch to their
Should diplomatic efforts not Weiss her chairman, Dorothy at their home in Oak Park .. .
melodies.
bring about the withdrawal of Cohen, past pres., gifts chair- P.S. Even 18-month-old Greg
Res. UN 2-7642
The selections are brief, but the Iraqi units, Israel will seek man and Seema Fischel, ticket was awakened to join in the
SEVEN
MILE at WYOMING
chairman
.
.
.
Evelyn
Skupsky
they are welded on this record other steps to ensure their with-
festivities of the evening.
is the present dept. pres. of
into a great musical composi- drawal.
Indications to this effect were Michigan.
tion. Commencing on the first
* * *
side with a dance, the Rikud, given here in political quarters,
At the Piano in
ABOUT THIRTY YEARS
the musicians work right into Iraq had refused to sign an
the First Opera — the double armistice agreement with Israel AGO, a small group of chari-
concerto for oboe and clarinet in 1949, when such pacts had table women organized a club
—and from there go on with an been signed by Egypt, Jordan, to aid local charities, help and
Syria and Lebanon. Iraq con- raise funds for child rescue and
impressive march.
The second side starts equally tended at that time that no give a helping hand across the
JACK ROSEVEAR
impressively with a Hasidic Ni- Iraqi-Israel admistice agreement sea . . . Primrose Benevolent
From 5:30 Nightly—(Except Sunday)
gun composed for a waltz, and was needed, since the two coun- Clubs membership of 90 holds
COME BY!
carries into another Rikud. tries had no common border. its 29th annual donor luncheon,
Then comes the melody for the The Iraqi Minister of War de- Nov. 19, at Shaarey Zedek .. .
Cocktails .. . Hors D'Oeuvres
clared
that
Syria's
armistice
Margaret
Binen
is
president,
famous K'Vakoras for Yom
Dinner ... Late Supper
Park F EE in our garage
Kippur and the Areshet Sfate- pact with Israel does not affect Lena Zohott, program chair-
nu. It concludes with the Vald Iraq. Iraq and Syria announced man, and Freda Nieman, fund-
last week the unification of raising chairman . . . For
THE PARK SHELTON HOTEL
Nigun—the forest song.
their military forces.
tickets to the affair, this year
Woodward at Kirby East
TRikiity 5-9500
The cover, on which ap-
including a fashion show, call
An exquisite Buffet is presented nightly
pears a picture by William
in
the
Crystal
Ballroom—Moderate
Price—too!
Sadie Sandler, UN 4-6707, or
Steinel from the year's prize- Israel Eyes Plan
Belle Cohen, UN 2-7209.
winning film strip "The Baal
* * *
Shem Tov—the Teachings of for Aid to Africa
MICKEY AND MORRIS
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Agri-
culture Minister Moshe Dayan BERESH made their recent
submitted
a proposal to the New York trip a profitable one
Magnificent*
cabinet providing for the exten- . . . Morris was chosen from
sion and improvement of Israel's the studio audience to appear
agricultural assistance to the on the ABC network show, "The
It's Bountiful Sunday Morning Brunch
developing African countries by Price Is Right" . . . They are
7113 PURITAN
2 Blocks West of Livernois
sending young Israeli experts back home the owners of a
862-2882 For Res.
Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
with no families to work in iso- prize-winning 1964 Corvair and
Ample Parking
lated regions where the aid is a stereo combination, plus a
20 varieties of delicious food served Buffet style
bonus of 100 record albums.
needed most.
* * *
Children
DATE TO REMEMBER is
Adults
Under
10
joint affair by Knights of Pyth-
ias, Detroit Lodge 55, and Pyth-
$ 65
ian Sisters, Temple 152, Nov. 2,
for the masquerade shindig ...
Another important date by the
charitable groups is Nov. 23,
Delicious Frozen Specialties
and the joint games party to
aid needy families . . . Trading
Prepared by Internationally Famous
stamps are needed to purchase
Restaurant, 4222 Second
turkeys and chickens . . . Send
them to Manuel Mackie, 19144
are still being served
Ilene, or to Gerrie Grushky,
OTHER MENU ITEMS AVAILABLE
15821 Kentucky . . . Both af-
AVAILABLE 140W AT GROCERS
fairs will be held at Pythian
WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE ROAD
TE 3-4800
For Information Call: McINERNEY'S-MILLER BROS.
Castle Hall, 15787 Wyoming.
* * *
JO 4-6688
LI 1-2577
LIL KOZLOFF, president of
the City of Hope Cancer Fight-
ers, could easily be one of the
models in the fashion extrava-
ganza and luncheon being pre-
sented, Oct. 30, at the Armenian
Fine Amrican and Italian Food
Cultural Center . . . Name of
Open daily 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
the affair is "Glamorama" with
CLOSED SUNDAYS
Known from Coast to Coast
COCKTAIL BAR
Lorraine Shubiner, vice-presi-
Banquet room available
17632 WOODWARD
dent of fund raising and her
North of 6 Mile
TO 9 3988
35 YEARS SERVING THE BEST IN
chairnian, Ida Markle, among
the busy beavers working to
3020 GRAND RIVER.
Free Parking.
TE 3-0700
Private Banquet Rooms for wedding parties. Serving
make this a Cancer Fighter
the World's Finest Steaks. Chops and. Sea Foods for
highlight affair of all times ...
more than 26 years. All Beef aged in our cellars.
For tickets, contact Jayne Lez- CHOP HOUSE
erson, LI 6-7360, or Esther
CHOICE LIQUORS
Gorback, UN 3-8532.
MARIA'S PIZZERIA
BANQUET FACILITIES
* * •
Specializing in Pizza Pie and Famous Italian Foods
UNTIL THE PRESENT time,
Sa'ad women's club has been
Parking Facilities . . . Carry-Out Service
restricted to a closed member- 7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN 1-3929
ADDED ATTRACTION
ship of 35 gals . . . Due to the
enormity of its latest project,
Party Banquet Rooms
TR 2-8800
proceeds to be donated to the CLAM SHOP and BAR
For All Occasions
Parkinson's Disease Research Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted Sea Foods
Fund at Wayne State U. College Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND BLVD.
OPEN 7 DAYS
of Medicine, more members are
20231 JAMES COUZENS
BR 2-0644
needed . . . Sa'ad's fund-raiser
OPEN DAILY 7 a.m. to 1 a.m.•Sat. to 2 a.m.
this year will be a fashion show,
Within Walking Distance of Northland
Breakfasts • Lunches •Dinners • Sandwiches
Oct.
23,
at
Adas
Shalom.
Complete Carry-Out Service
AT GREENFIELD
DELICATESSEN and
FREE PARKING
• • •
TRAY CATERERS
25290 Greenfield, N. of 10 Mi. Rd. LI 7-4533
IRWIN MACKIE had one am
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