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March 13, 1964 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-13

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Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
will present a concert of con-
temporary works, March 17,
8:30 p.m., in the lecture hall
of the Detroit Institute of Arts.
All the compositions will
mark their first presentation in
the United States.
Mrs. Chajes received the mu-
sic directly from Warsaw, Brus-
sels, Munich, Budapest and
Moscow.
The participating artists will
be the Ukrainian coloratura so-

MARGUERITE K. CHAJES

prano Valentyna Bykowetzand,
the Polish tenor Stefan Wicik,
and the following members of
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra: Emily M. Austin and Nick
Zonas, violinists; Meyer Sha-
piro, violist; Mario Di Fiori,
cellist; Mary Norris and Robert
Bates, pianists; Albert Tipton,
flutist; Arno Mariotti, oboe;
Paul Schaller, clarinet; Charles
Weaver, horn; and Charles Si-
rard, bassoon.
Among the sponsoring organi-
zations are: Detroit Federation
of Musicians, Music Study Club,
Detroit Public Library, United
Community Services and Inter-
national Institute.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes,
the artistic director, also will
be the commentator.
The concert will be followed
by a reception in the Interna-
tional Institute in honor of
Flory Reich (Mrs. Max), mem-
ber of Music Study Club.
Admission to the concert is
free and the public is invited
to greet Mrs. Reich and the
artists at the afterglow.

JWV Activities

THE DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN and its Ladies Aux-
iliary announce that their of-
fice is now located at 19161
Schaefer, telephone 342-8161.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Lil Kent,
17248 Pembroke. Pr e s i d e n t
Yetta Glass announces that sec-
ond nomination and election of
officers will be held. Plans have
been completed by Chairman
Ann Rubin for servicing Jewish
patients at the Battle Creek Vet-
erans Hospital with a seder dur-
ing the Passover week. Mem-
bers planning supply food and
service are Tillie Goldman, Fre-
da Kolb, Mary Shulman, Raye
Weimer and Ruth Wolfe.

Consults on Peace Forest

Max Bressler, president of
the Jewish National Fund of
America, flew to Jerusalem for
consultations with governmental
and Jewish National Fund lead-
ers concerning the establish-
ment of the John F. Kennedy
Peace Forest in Israel. During
his visit, Bressler will make ar-
rangements for the planting of
the forest and the construction
of a permanent memorial to the
martyred President.

People
Make News

DR. MARTIN BARR, 13329
Sherwood, Huntington Woods,
dean of the Wayne State Uni-
versity College of Pharmacy,
was cited by Dr. Millard E.
Gladfelter, president of Temple
University, as a "Distinguished
Alumnus" at recent ceremonies
marking the 80th anniversary of
Temple University at Philadel-
phia. He was honored for his
many accomplishments in the
field of pharmacetical educa-
tion and research.
* * *
Dr. AZRIEL EISENBERG,
noted educator, executive vice-
president of the Jewish Educa-
tion Committee of New York,
was honored for 40 years of
service to the Jewish commu-
nity by the United PTA of Jew-
ish Schools on Thursday. at the
Brooklyn Center, at an event
that featured an address by Dr.
Ben Zion Bokser.
* * *
Mrs. Mary Keyserling is one
of the 10 women who were
named by
Presid e n t
Johnson to
Federal posts
last week. Mrs
Keyserling, an
economist,was
appointed t o
head the Wo-
men's Bureau
of the U. S.
Labor Depart-
ment.
Mrs. Keyserling
* * *
Circuit Court Judge JOHN M.
WISE received a membership
certificate from Detroit gradu-
ate chapter of Tau Epsilon Rho
national law fraternity at an hon-
orary induction.
* * *
Captain Avner Freudenberg,
53, has been named Master of
the Zim Lines new 24,500 gross
ton flagship, the SS Shalom,
which arrives
in New York
on her maiden
voyage April
30, it was an-
nounced by the
American-Is-
raeli Shipping
Co., 42 Broad-
way, New
Y o r k, U. S.
repre sentative
of Z i m Lines.
Captain Freu-
denberg, w h o
was born in Freudenberg
Hamburg in 1911, has been go-
ing to sea for 31 years. He
settled in Israel in 1939 and
was one of the first to receive
an Israeli Master's license when
the State was formed in 1948.
During World War II Captain
Freudenberg served aboard
Allied munition ships in the
Mediterranean. He joined the
Zim Lines in 1949. In 1955 he
brought Zim's first modern pas-
senger liner, the SS Israel, to
New York on her maiden voy-
age.

*

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Camp Mizracha, the summer
camp sponsored by Mizrachi
Hatzair, announces the appoint-
ment of ZVI KRA, of Jerusa-
lem, as director of education
for the 1964 camping season.

Ford High's Sam Emmer
to Conduct `Bandtastic'

The fourth annual "Fantastic
Bandtastic" will be presented
by the Henry Ford High School
bands in cooperation with the
music department of the school
on Thursday and Friday at 8:15
p.m. The concert band is con-
ducted by Samuel Emmer.
One highlight of the show
will be Ford's stage band, a
student favorite, led by Milton
Aptekar, head of the music
department. The school faculty
will again present a skit, a take-
off on the Academy Awards.
Tickets can be purchased
from any band member or
through contacting the school
at 20000 Evergreen.

Berman-Katzen
Vows in Summer

Matzo Balls, Gefilte Fish Cultural Foundation
to Establish Memorial
Prepared for Passover

Mother's Gefilte Fish and Bite-
Size Matzo Balls, locally dis-
tributed by Raskin Food Co., are
kosher for Passover. The matzo
balls can be added to any fav-
orite soup; and the gefilte fish
is good for canapes, appetizers
or as a main course.
For festive serving, slice the
long pieces of Mother's gefilte
fish into half-inch slices. Place
on a serving tray with a tooth-
pick in each slice, garnish with
parsley and serve with horse-
radish.

BRUSSELS ( J T A) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of
the World Jewish Congress, an-
nounced that a Jewish Memorial
Cultural Foundation will be set
up in New York City, to be
financed with the final $10,000,-
000 which the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany will receive this year
from West Germany under a
1952 agreement.

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MISS LINDA BERMAN

At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dean Ber-
man of Pembroke Ave. an-
nounced the engagement of
their daughter Linda Carole to
Alvin Howard Katzen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katzen
of Wisconsin Ave.
The bridegroom - to - be at -
tended Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity, where he was affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Pi Fratern-
ity. He is now attending the
Detroit Institute of Technology.
An Aug. 30 wedding is
planned.

LETTER BOX

Kasle Backs Hillel
Day School Appeal,
Urges Its Support

Editor, The Jewish News:
May I have the privilege,
through your paper, to congra-
tulate the Detroit Jewish com-
munity on being fortunate in
having in our community nine
rabbis and nine presidents from
various congregations, who are
in agreement and expressed
themselves in a message to the
Jewish community in the Feb-
ruary 28th issue of the Jewish
News, of their support to the
modern, traditional Hillel Day
School.
The school is only 5 1/2 years
old and yet has been recognized
nationally and locally for its ad-
vanced progress it is making in
the life of Jewish education.
It is no secret that there is
an extreme shortage of teach-
ers, leaders, educators and rab-
bis in the entire United States.
Up until now the American
Jewish public has been liv-
ing on the fat of the past edu-
cators who have come in from
Europe as a result of two world
wars, and we are still confirm-,
ing on the bones and ashes that
are left
It is most important for
American Jewish communities,
if we are to get future teach-
ers, leaders, writers, profes-
sional people and rabbis, that
we use all of our efforts to
build and support modern, tra-
ditional day schools.
I am very thankful to the
rabbis and presidents and the
congregations for their recom-
mendation to the Detroit Jew-
ish public to support the mo-
dern, traditional Hillel Day
School, and I personally wish
to plead to the Detroit Jewish
community, as a layman, to re-
spond generously.
Sincerely,
ABE KASLE.

Passover Program for Aged
The Beth Aaron Junior and
Adult Choirs, under the direc-
tion of Cantor David Bagley,
will present a pre-Passover pro-
gram Tuesday at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.

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21 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, M arch 13, 1964

Contemporary Music
Event March 17 Under
Mrs. Chajes' Direction

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