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February 14, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-14

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At the recent Sponsor Re-enrollment Luncheon at the home
of Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, in Southfield, which resulted in Israel
Bond subscriptions totaling $115,000, are (from left) : Mrs. David
Pollack, sponsor chairman; Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, chairman of
the Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division; Sarah Rubine, Israel
musical comedy star, who was the guest artist; and Mrs. Linden,
hostess at the luncheon and afternoon of music and entertain-
ment, which opened the 1964 Israel Bond Women's Division
campaign here.

George Gobel Due
for Pioneer Women
Award Luncheon

"Lonesome" George Gobel,
whose TV comedy shows won
two Emmy awards, will be guest
of honor at the Detroit Pioneer
Women's Annual Award Lunch-
eon March 12 at the Statler-
Hilton Hotel, on behalf of Israel
Bonds.
Guest star will be Tova Porat,
versatile Israeli singer, who won
the Marion Anderson Award and
first prize in an international
competition in Paris in which
singers from 31 countries par-
ticipated. She has appeared on
the Ed Sullivan Show.
Joey Russel will be guest co-
median. For reservations call
Mrs. Michael Michlin, DI 1-5707.

Ruth Meckler-Laredo
to Solo Here

Ruth Meckler-Laredo will ap-
pear as soloist with the Wo-
men's Symphony Orchestra at
Wayne State University Com-
munity Arts
Auditorium
8:30 p.m., to-
day.
The young
pianist w i 11
play Chopin's
Concerto No. 1
in E Minor.
T h e concert
wil be con -
ducted by
Nathan G o r -
don. first Mrs. Laredo
violist of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra.
Ruth Meckler-Laredo's solo
artistry has been hailed by
critics and audiences for her
performances with the Phila-
delphia Orchestra, Detroit
Symphony and the American
Symphony, and for recitals
in New York, Washington,
Philadelphia, D e t r o i t and
many other U.S. cities.
She also has toured the
United States, Europe, and
S o u t h America, performing
chamber music with her hus-
band. Bolivian violinist Jaime
Laredo.
Last season she was chosen to
represent the United States in
the first annual exchange pro-
gram of the International Fed-
eration of Jeunesses Musicales,
appearing in over 30 concerts in
France and Italy.
At the conclusion of the tour,
the artist made her Carnegie
Hall debut as soloist with Leo-
pold Stokowski and the Ameri-
can Symphony Orchestra.
Among her appearances this
season will be recitals in New
York, Baltimore and at Rutgers
University, besides a nationwide
tour with her husband.
A former Mumford student,
she is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Meckler of 19946
Robson.

`Shower of Stars,'
Two BB 'Cafes'
to Benefit Bonds

The annual Bnai Brith "Cafe
Tel-Aviv" Israel Cabaret Night
will be held 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Labor Zionist Institute,
celebrating the 16th year of
Israel's statehood.
Lodges and the i r chapters
participating on behalf of the
Bnai Brith Israel Bond pro-
grams are Marshall, serving as
host, and cosponsors Detroit,
Keidan, Handler — East Side,
Rex Tikvah, Tucker and Sam
Grant.
Heading the entertainment
will be Emil
Cohen, Ameri-
can - Jewish
humorist, and
The Zamarirn,
international
folk singers.
Guests are
invited at no
charge and
there will be
refreshments.
On Sunday
ev ning, 11
Bnai Brith
lodges and
chapters will
stage a "Show-
er of Star s"
program,
Cohen
headed by Hy
Sands, Yiddish-American come-
dian, at Gemiluth Chassodirn
social hall. Guests invited.
* * *
Pisgah Lodge and Chapter
and seven associated lodges and
chapters will sponsor a "Cafe
Negev" Israel Cabaret Night,
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Jan Bart, the
Broadway humorist and singer,
will be guest star. The Zama-
rim, folk singers, also will be
on the program.

Diane Raskin to Wed
Donald Kohn in July

News Brevities

How to Get Newspaper Pub-
licity will be the theme of morn-
ing workshop sesions at the
third annual THINKSHOP,
sponsored by American Women
in Radio and Television, Theta
Sigma Phi women's journalism
society and Women's Advertis-
ing Club Monday at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel. Registration
and coffee at 8 a.m. will be fol-
lowed by individual workshop
discussions on publicity and
advertising. For reservations,
call Tomie Jackson, 321-0590,
or Virgina Stone, 883-3243.
, *
The DETROIT-REDFORD
ANTIQUE SHOW will be held
noon-10 p.m. March 5-7 at Car-
penters Auditorium, 22521
Grand River. Twenty-six exhibi-
tors from five states will partici-
pate in Michigan's old e s t
antique show.

"TOM JONES," the movie
based on the 200-year-old comic
novel by Henry Fielding, is now
showing at the Trans-Lux Krim.

omen's

Chubs

(More Clubs on Page 19)
MICHIGAN REGION, Women's
American ORT, will culminate
its membership drive with a
special program on ORT Day
12:30 p.m. March 4 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM SISTER-
HOOD will holdi is annual
Mo-os Chittin Luncheon 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue.
* *
*
TOWN AND COUNTRY
CHAPTER, Women's American
ORT, will meet noon Tuesday
at Aunt Fanny's, for lunch. Mrs.
David Fredrick will present a
program on the styling of jew-
elry. For information call
Estelle Galper, KE 5-4771, or
Dolores Oppenheirn, GR. 6-1799.
* * *
EZRA AID TO ISRAEL will
meet noon Monday at the home
of Mrs. M. Sate, 20524 Sorrento.
Brunch will be served. Guests
invited.
* * *
UNIVERSITY NORTH and
SOUTH GROUPS, Hadassah,
will hold a joint meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at Ha d a s s a
House. The program will honor
Music Month. A film, "In the
American Tradition" will be
shown. Refreshments will be
served. Guests invited.
* * *
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center. Luncheon will
be served. Dan Frohman will
speak on "The Life and Works
of Ernest Bloch." Mrs. Edward
Zellman is chairman of the
Latin American Jewry
day. Mrs. Herbert Eskin is
Asks Help in Finding
Community Service Aides president and Mrs. Sheldon
chairman.
A project, initiated by the Schwartz is * program
* *
World Jewish Congress in New
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
York to find volunteers willing
to serve in fa•-flung Jewish will hold a combined board and
communities, has resulted in regular meeting Monday at the
pleas for help from 11 Central S h o 1 e m Aleichem Institute.
Luncheon will be served at noon.
and South American lands.
Early last year, Sam-, 1 Bronf- Mrs. Louis Malkin, program
man, chairman of the North chairman, announces that a
American Executive, issued a specialist in gourmet cooking
call for volunteers to proceed with wine will offer tips and
to fill community posts in a receipes. Tickets f o r the
number of Latin American "Cherub Ball" will be available.
For information concerning the
lands.
Since then, requests have annual fund - raising dinner -
been received from communi- dance, to be held March 1 at the
ties in Bolivia, Colombia, Cura- Latin Quarter, contact Mrs.
cao, Dominican Republic, Ecua- Allen Fisher, UN 1-8230.
* * *
dor, El Salvador, Nicaragua,
PURITY CHAPTER, OES will
Panama, Paraguay, Peru and
Surinam. In addition, the proj- hold an initiation ceremony at
ect produced a request from Eureka Temple, 7:45 p.m. Mon-
the Jewish community in Yugo- day. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m.
slavia for assistance in the Honorees will be Francis Sha-
piro and Fay Herwitz.
same area.

Plans for next season's Gold-
en Anniversary celebration of
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA were announced
by Robert B. Semple, president.
Included are commissioning of
two news works by contempo-
rary American composers for
premieres, creation of a series
of popular programs — to be
known as Cabaret Concerts—in
December and extension of the
Thursday night series from 20
to 22 concerts and of the Satur-
day night series from 15 to 18
concerts.
* *
WILLIAM CLAUSON, one of
the world's foremost singers of
folk songs, will give a concert
at Detroit Town Hall, Fisher
Theater, 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Clauson has collected songs
throughout the world and in-
terpreted them in major con-
cert halls from Royal Festival
Hall, London, to Carnegie Hall,
New York.
* * *
Italo Babini, first cellist, and
Nathan Gordon, first violist of
the DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, will be featured
soloists 8:30 p.m., Thursday in
the Ford Auditorium. The next
regular Thursday and Saturday
concert pair will be given
March 19 and 21 in the Ford
Auditorium, with pianist Van
Cliburn as soloist.
• *
NATHAN MILSTEIN will
appear in concert Feb. 28 at
Masonic Auditorium.
• * *
Cellist Carole Schwartz of
Huntington Woods and violinist
Loraine Messick of Ferndale
will be soloist 3:15 p.m. Sunday
with the SOUTH OAKLAND
SYMPHONY PROGRAM at the
Oak Park High auditorium.

MISS DIANE RASKIN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Raskin
of Courtland Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Diane to Donald
Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Kohn of James Ave.,
Oak Park.
A July 26 wedding is planned.

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