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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-20

Friday, January 24, 19

Richman-Cohn Rites Center Slates Hootenanny, Puts
Slated in February 2 Soloists on Symphony Program

MISS SANDRA RICHMAN

The forthcoming marriage of
'their daughter, Sandra Ellen
Richman, to Mervin Neil Cohn
is announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Philip B. Richman of Hessel
Ave. Parents of Mr. Cohn are
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour J. Cohn
of Westland Ave., Southfield.
A Feb. 16 wedding is planned.



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A performance by the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra and a
unique hootenanny for teens
and tweens are on the Jewish
Center agenda this week.
Emily Mutter Austin, violin-
ist, and Marius Fossenkemper,
clarinetist, will be soloists at
the next concert under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes, 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the main audi-
torium of the Detroit Institute
of Arts.
American-trained Mrs. Austin
began her musical career at the
age of 4.
Former head of the violin
department at Eastern Mich-
igan College and member of
the WXYZ radio staff, she
presently is in the first violin
section of the Detroit Sym-
phony and is concertmeister
of the Detroit Women's Sym-
phony and the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra.
Mrs. Austin will be heard in
Hugo Kauder's Concerto for
Violin and String Orchestra.
Marius Fossenkemper, solo
clarinetist of the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra also will per-
form.
The concert will open with
the overture to Rossini's "The

Oil t e
This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ radio.
Feature: "The Invincible Sum-
mer of Doctor Dooley," Milton
Geiger. A dramatization of the
life of the late Doctor Thomas
Dooley and his work in bringing
medicine to the obscure village
people- in Viet Nam and Laos.
* Y *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "The Spirit as Crea-
tive P owe r," an address by
Rabbi Jay Brickman of Cong.
Sinai, Milwaukee, Wis.

*

* *

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Irma Lindheim's
"Parallel Quest — A Person and
a People in Search." Miss Lind-
heim, an American, long resi-
dent in a cooperative settlement
in Israel, will discuss with Mrs.
Henry Berris her experiences
and the new social forms de-
veloped in Israel.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Harry Kaminer, the
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund Landsmanschaft Division,
will discuss its forthcoming an-
nual meeting. Presented by the
Culture Commission of the Jew-
ish Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit.
* * *
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Israel — the Eco-
nomic Picture," wil be discussed
by Jacob Barmore, consul gen-
eral of Israel, and Joseph Edel-
man, director of the Council
Culture Commission.

EMILY MUTTER AUSTIN

Barber of Seville" and close
with Three Hungarian Dances
by Brahms.
Tickets are available at the
center and at the box office on
the evening of the concert.
* * *
Teens and tweens (7th to 12th
graders), vcrill hold a "Hoot and
Dance-A-Nanny" 8:30 to 11 p.m.
Saturday at the Jewish Center.
The do-it-yourself program
will feature international folk

Liz Off Egypt Blacklist;
Rule Film Good Publicity

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—The name of film
star Elizabeth Taylor has been
removed from Egypt's blacklist
of pro-Zionist personalities after
Egyptian offi-w,
dials saw a it
private run of
her new film z.
"Cleo p a t ra,"
it was report-,,
ed here Wed-
nesday from
Cairo.
The officials.
decided t h e Miss Taylor
film was good publicity for
Egypt which is mentioned 1,222
$495,000 in Israel Bonds
times in the movie. The film
Sold to Texas Banks
The purchase of $495,000 in will be shown in Cairo in a few
State of Israel Bonds during days according to government
1963 by banks in the state of reports.
Texas was anounced by Dr. Jo-
seph J. Schwartz, vice presi- Nursery Open House Set
dent of the Israel Bond Organi-
Merry Melody Nursery, 14305
zation.
W. Eight Mile, will hold open
Purchases of $100,000 each in house for registration 10 a.m. to
Israel Bonds were made by the noon Sunday.
First National Bank of Dallas
The nursery program includes
and the Republic National Bank rhythm band, dancing, baking
of Dallas, Dr. Schwartz report- and arts and crafts for children
ed. The Bank of the Southwest 2 1/2 to 6. Transportation avail-
in Houston bought $50,000 in able. For information, call Sarah
Israel Bonds, he said.
Holtzman, LI 3-4688.

Joy Moss to Marry
Edward B. Lasky

dancing and folk singing. Re-
freshments -will be served.
Teens and tweens are re-
quested to wear gym socks.
Tickets will be sold at the
door or may be purchased from
members of the Center's Young
Dancers Guild.

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

BY RANDY ZUSSMAN
The student congress of
Southfield will soon be wearing
a new membership pin. The pin
contest which was held early in
1963 determined the best de-
sign for the pin.
The pin will be silver with
blue enamel and will be the
one used for future years. The
pin is round with a Southfield
torch in a vertical position. The
main portion of the pin bears
the words STUDENT CON-
GRESS, Southfield, in smaller
letters, and the Southfield block
"S." Among the members of the
student congress are Nancy
Garlock, Hack Nagler, Debby
Keller, Leslie Stern, and Randy
Zusman.
Thanks to the enthusiasm
of students and teachers, the
annual Christmas Basket pro-
gram was a success. Over
2,200 articles were donated by
Southfield High students.
Twenty-one baskets for needy
families in the area were filled.
Each basket contained over 100
cans, a dozen oranges, ten ap-
ples, a box of candy, purchased
from the sophomore class, a
pound of nuts, and an 18-pound
turkey.
The additional items were
purchased with the $250 col-
lected from the students and
teachers as donations before the
winter vacation.
On Feb. 1, one of the
Southfield girls clubs, will
present a real, live hooten-
anny at 8 p.m. The program
will consist of an hour and a
half of folk singing and guitar
playing.
The 1964 Student Art Ex-
hibition is now in progress in
the Little Gallery, Southfield.
This annual event is sponsored
by the art club and art depart-
ment.
Winning entries will be de-
livered to Crowley's for exhibi-
tion Feb. 3-8. The four cate-
gories open to participation are
painting, drawing, graphics and
design, three-dimensional art
and photography.
Prizes include cash, ribbons
and scholarships, with gold med-
als awarded to the national win-
ners. Last year one of South-
field's entries won an award on
the national level.
The regionl exhibit will be
held at Crowleys from Feb. 22
to March 7.
The members of the Class of
'65 have ordered their senior
rings and will receive them in
June when they officially be-
come seniors.

Turover Farein Officers

Nathan Korby recently was
elected to his fifth term as
president of Turover Farein.
Other officers are William
Keller and Hyman Krowitz, vice
presidents; Sol Rubin and Louis
Rabinowitz, secretaries; Harry
Sonkin, treasurer; Alec Lipson
and Sophie Pfeiffer, hospital-
ers; Alec Bear, sergeant-at-
arms; and Harry Mandell, Paul
Brickner and J. P. Becker,
trustees.
Elected officers of the ceme-
tery department a r e Jacob
Zeldes, Nathan Samet, Rose
Zeldes, Louis Rabinowitz and
Isidore Sosnick.

El Al Makes Deposit
for 2 Supersonic Jets

WASHINGTON—El Al Israel
Airlines has placed a deposit of
$200,000 toward the purchase of
two American-made supersonic
jets.
The deposit, placed with the
federal aviation administrator
in Washington, places El Al in
the 10th and 14th spots on the
assignment list. This makes it
one of the first two foreign-flag
carriers on the Atlantic to place
in service these aircraft.
El Al's decision to purchase
the jets is contingent upon per-
formance and other operational
demands and specifications.

Quack treatments cost Mich-
igan arthritis victims $12 mil-
lion every year.

MISS JOY ROBERTA MOSS

Mr. and Mrs. Phil S. Moss of
Sussex Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Joy
Roberta to Edward B. Lasky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.
Lasky of Oswego, N. Y. An
August wedding is planned.

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