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March 12, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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Marguerite Chajes to Present Concert
of 'European Contemporary Music'

The annual concert of "Euro-
pean Contemporary Music" will be
presented by Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Detroit Institute of Arts lecture
hall.
Mrs. Chajes, who recently re-
turned from Europe, where she
was guest professor at the State
Academy of Music in Munich, will
present compositions by British,
German, Czech and Hungarian
musicians, most of them for the
first time in the United States.
Four special guests will be
honored: Councilwoman Mary V.
Beck, Mrs. Abraham Cooper,
patroness of the arts, Mrs. Adelin
Venman, president of the Michi-
gan Federation of Music Clubs,
and Collings George, music critic
of the Detroit Free Press.
Participating artists will in-
clude Emily Austin with the
violin; Alice Lungershausen,
cambalo; Albert Tipton, flute;
Arno Mariotti, obe; Paul Schal-
ler, clarinet; Charles Sirard,
bassoon, and Robert Bates,
piano.
A reception will follow at the
International Institute. Admission
is free.
The concert is under the patron-
age of the Detroit Federation of
• Musicians, the Performing Trust
Fund of the Recording Industries,
Tuesday Musicale, Detroit Public

Library and the International In-
stitute.
Mrs. Chajes, artistic director,
will be commentator.
Mrs. Chajes has been invited to
deliver her Academy seminar
over Bavarian national radio in
May. Several of her lectures were
on the beginnings of North Ameri-
can music. She also has been
asked to present a lecture-recital
in Munich's Americahouse.

Waldman Hotel Season
Set Through Labor Day

MIAMI BEACH-Sam Waldman,
president of the Waldman Family
Hotels, announced a tremendous
increase in business has permit-
ted the Waldman Hotel to remain
open until Labor Day.
This marks the first time that
the kosher hotel has not closed
after the winter season. A special
program has been planned for the
summer with the emphasis on
sports and entertainment.
Cantor Muni Balaban, formerly
of Argentina, will conduct sedorim
and synagogue services during
the Passover holidays, it also was
announced.

"How much a dunce that has
been sent to roam excels a dunce
that has been kept at home."-
William Cowper.

FOUNDERS SOCIETY INSTITUTE OF ARTS

CONCERT SERIES
PRAGUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

36 Virtuoso Musicians
FRIDAY, MARCH 12-8:20 P.M.-LARGE AUDITORIUM ART INSTITUTE
TICKETS: $3.95, $3.50, $2.50, $1.75-At World Adventure Off. Inst. of Arts,
Grinnell's Downtown, Ford Aud. Box Off.-Edith Freeman, Chairman
Young Artist Series
Fri., March 19, 8:20 p.m. - Lecture Hall
MARILYN NEELEY - Pianist
Leventritt Award Winner - All Seats $1.50

M ils uT ti Showcase Presentation

M-0-111 PRESENTS

A FERBER-SEATON
PRODUCTION smut

Danny Raskin,'s

LISTENING

B A D WEATHER COULDN'T
keep the crowd down at this year's
Infants Service Group "Cherub
Ball" dinner-dance and show at
Latin Quarter . . . Count of almost
800 easily beat last year's big fig-
ure of 640 . . . It was another
very fine ISG affair . . . with all
the wonderful ingredients for an
evening well spent . . . It was
another • swell show . . . and we
marveled at the masterful way
Hal Gordon and his orchestra play-
ed for the performers . . . He was
little short of magnificent, backed
by six capable men that included
Dave Fenton, drums, Iry Wittcoff,
sax, Jerry Abel, trumpet and Bob
Collins, bass . . . The entertain-
ers appreciated having Hal and
showed it by their enjoyable per-
formances . . . Diminutive song-
stress Dina Claire, hard-working
comic Van Harris and violinist
extraordinary Shasha Tor m a s,
whose greatness with his over 200-
year-old violin was even more pro-
nounced as he played mostly with
a broken E string . . . The affair
was a highspot for ISG president
Lottie Malkin, whose excitement
was proven in the kitchen the day
before . . . She cut her finger in-
stead of a salami and was on stage
bandage and all . . . Plaudits must
go to Lenn Borovoy for his knowl-
edge of proper ways of production
. . . to Eleanor Riseman for her
ever-fine ability as head of enter-
tainment . . . to all the hard-
working girls who made this the
success that it was . .. and back
to Hal Gordon . . . He was never
better!

EXCOOSE PLEASE . . . from
the printer . . . Correct name of
Al Marx' wife is Susie, not Elsie,
as reported in last week's column
as the gal who came home safely
from grocery shopping only to
drop a bottle of bar-b-q sauce on
her foot.

JAMES

GARNER
EVAMAR1E
SAINT

ARLEEN COHEN, baby sitter
used by Barbara Ginsburg, is the
"baby" that Barbara herself sat
for 17 years ago.

N-O-W !

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SHOWS SUNDAY
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$1.00 TO 6 P.M.
EXCEPT SUNDAY

A Feature Film starring
Miriam Hopkins and
Letitia Roman as "Fanny"

THANKS . . . to Bernie Glieber-
man . . . for stopping to help us
after our auto was hit recently
. . . Called police from phone in
his car and had him on the scene
pronto.

DR. ARNOLD HENRY KADISH,
ex-Detroiter now in California, is
the founder of the very fine Meta-
bolic Cynamics Foundation on the
coast for parents of children with
diabetes . . . Detroiters Charles
and Albert Snider have been
appointed co-chairman for Michi-
gan . . . Contributors are needed
to continue the good work . . . For
more info address of the founda-
tion is 435 N. Roxbury Dr., Bever-
ley Hills, Calif.

CAR OWNED BY Bob Stein was
parked in front of his house on
Meyers and Margareta, severely
damaged and towed into Jerry
Gurwin's Autobody Klinic . . .
Jerry gave him a loaner to use
. . . which Bob parked the next
day in the exact same spot . . .
Came out of the house to find it
also totally damaged! . . . Neither
driver was insured . . . Jerry's
new bump shop, a lavish blue
bldg., will open sometime in April
at lucky 7711 W. 8 Mile Rd. as one
of the largest and most modern
of its kind in Michigan . • . Over
6,000 feet of interior and over
10,000 feet of outside space . . .
Car doc Jerry will be able to
service about 20 cars at one time!

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32-Friday, March 12,1965

Might as Well Be Spring-Sea Isle Set for Guests

MIAMI BEACH-The luxurious
251-room Sea Isle Hotel awaits
spring vacationers. During the
Passover holidays the entire fam-
ily can take advantage of the in-
formal hospitality at the Sea Isle.
The Sea Isle features free tele-
vision in every furnished room,
free chaises, free parking, compli-
mentary cocktail parties, weiner
roasts, private beach, olympic pool,
air conditioning, a shopping plaza

and many extra conveniences. A
complete entertainment program
is offered.
Tots will be supervised in spe-
cial activities by competent coun-

Favorite Thing Coining

selors, and teens will have a com-
pletely separate social program.

The Sea Isle is located in the
heart of the Miami Beach Gold
Coast on the oceanfront.

MOVIE
GUIDE

ART THEATERS

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Livernois at McNichols
2 Academy Award Winners
"RASHO-MON" - DAILY 7:30, 10:31;
SAT., 7:51, 10:52; SUN., 4:00, 7:00, 9:59.
"UMBERTO D" - DAILY, 9:01 only;
SAT., 6:20, 9:21; SUN., 5:30, 8:30.

NEIGHBORHOOD

GREAT LAKES

14832 GRAND RIVER - VE 6-3643
OPEN DAILY, 6:45; SAT. & SUN., 12:45
Henry Fonda - Glenn Ford
"THE ROUNDERS"-Fri., 7:25, 10:15;
Sat., 1:19, 4:40, 7:30, 10:30; Sun., 1:15,
4:10, 7:05, 9:55; Mon. Tues., 7:05, 9:55.
Joan Woodward in
"SIGNPOST TO MURDER"-Fri., 9:00
only; Sat., 2:40, 6:00, 9:15; Sun., 2:40,
5:35, 8:30; Mon., Tues., 8:40 only.

Ford and M iddle Belt
GA -021
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SEE AMERICA'S NEWEST AND
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THE ULTIMATE IN COMFORT. LUX-
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12th RECORD BREAKING WEEK -
Sean Connery as James Bond in
Ian Fleming's "GOLDFINGER" (Color)
OPEN DAILY, 6:45; FRI., 5:00; SAT. -
SUN., 2:30.

LA PARISIEN

Julie Andrews sings the
memorable songs of Rodgers and
Hammerstein's "The Sound of
Music" in the screen version
opening on a reserved-seat basis
Wednesday at the Madison
Theater.

Over the Counter Ends
Record Run at Jeri's

MAI KM

Plymouth Rd. at Farmington Rd.
GA 7-0400 & KE 4-6400

"FANNY HILL"

WEEKDAYS & FRI., open 5:00; shown
5:25, 7:45, 10:05.
SAT., Re-open 5:00; shown 6:00, 8:20,
10:40; SUN., open 12:45; shown 1:05,
3:25, 5:45, 8:05, 10:25.
Sat., spec. Kiddie Matinee, 12 noon.

DOWNTOWN

After a record run of 19 conse-
cutive weeks and nearly 150 per- ADAMS Grand Circus Park
WO 1-8525
Open Daily & Sun. 11:00
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will play its last two shows at ford, "SYLVIA."
FRI. & SAT., 11:30, 1:45, 4:00, 6:15, 8:30,
Jeri's, 9 and 11:30 p.m. Saturday, 10:40.

Gilmar Productions, the show's
producers, will spend the next few
weeks preparing an all-new satiri

cal revue to open in a new De-
troit-area location this spring.
It is estimated that the satire-
music-comedy show was seen by
nearly 10,000 people.

SUN.-THURS., 11:20, 1:35, 3:45, 6:00, 8:17,
10:25.
Ladies' Day - Wed. - 50c

GRAND CIRCUS

At Grand Circus
Park, WO 1-3240

"FANNY HILL"

FRI. & SAT., open 10:45; shown 11:34,
1:52, 4:10, 6:28, 8:46, 11:04; SUN.
DAILY, 11:05, 1:23, 3:41, 5:59, 8:17, 10:35.
Wed., Ladies' Day Matinee till 5:00; 50c



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