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April 09, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-09

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Slotnik-Robiner Troth

MAURICE A. BETMAN, of the
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co., has qualified for 1965
membership in the Million Dollar
The Married Couples Club of Round Table of the National Asso-
Adas Shalom Synagogue will pre- ciation of Life Underwriters.
Cantor and Mrs. A. A. Rosenfeld, of 21970 Kipling, Oak Park, will sent Dr. Robert C. W. Ettinger as
leave for Israel April 11. While in Israel they will dedicate a forest guest speaker 8:30 Wednesday in
Ballrooms Dancing by
of 10,000 trees in memory of their parents and will perpetuate their the social hall.
Dr.
Ettinger
is
author
of
"The
own names through the Jewish National Fund of Israel.
Rabbis Israel I. Halpern of Cong. Beth Abraham, James Gordon Prospect of Immortality," chosen
COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
of Young Israel of Oak-Woods, and Hayim Donin of Cong. Bnai David by the Chicago Tribune as one of
Oak Park — LI 7-4470
the
Big
Books
of
1964.
He
will
dis-
Rabbinical
Council
of
America
W. MAPLE AT CRANBROOK
attended the regional conference of the
cuss
his
theory
that
human
beings
Birmingham — MI 7-1262
recently on the Skokie, Ill. campus of the Hebrew Theological College.
can be frozen into suspended ani-
Rabbi Halpern is a member of the council's national executive.
mation and brought back to life
Among the out-of-town guests present for the wedding of Miss successfully when a cure is found
SHERIDAN GLAMOUR
Sharron Uten to Mr. Norman Zamczyk Sunday at Cong. Shaar Hasho- for their illness. Guests invited.
AND HEALTH SPA
mayim, Windsor, were Mrs. Anne Sullivan and the D. Gurevitch Refreshments will be served.
Only Women's Reduc-
family of Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cohen and family of
ing Resort in the
Kitchener, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Katz of Cincinnati - Mrs. J. Gutt-
Midwest
Rabbi Ishmael ben Jose said:
Group
Rates
Upon Request
mann and daughter of New York City; and the Irving Pollocks of "The cold stones on which we sat
821 LAKE SHORE DR.
Toledo.
Michigan
City, Indiana
in our youth caused us disorders
TR 2-8595
Mrs. Louis B. Heavenrich, 19160 Pinehurst, opened her home for a in our old age."
tea Tuesday for women from the Northwest Detroit area who will be
working on the advance gifts campaign of the Planned Parenthood
League. Mrs. Joseph L. Hudson, Jr., a member of the League's cam-
paign committee, addressed the group. Among the area women working
Truly the finest Music and
with Mrs. Heavenrich on the drive are Mesdames Henry Sechheimer,
Theodore Jacobowitz, Maurice Klein, Marilyn Waldbott, Stanley G.
Entertainment for the discriminating
Winkelman, William Chavis and Robert Sloman.
The Bodzin Family Club recently celebrated its 19th anniversary I
with a meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Bodzin, 23550
Kenosha, Oak Park. The club's next meeting is scheduled for April 18 I
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bodzin, 24031 Jerome, Oak Park.
Lincoln 5-8614
David L. Friedman, commander of the Sgt. Morton A. Silverman
Post, Jewish War Veterans, has returned from a meeting in Chicago
of post commanders and 5th region insurance officers to discuss the
JWV hospital indemnity plan.

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Hostesses at the opening dinner meeting of the Allied Jewish

THE NEW

Campaign, held Tuesday evening at the Jewish Center, were: Mrs.

Lewis G. Grossman, chairman; Mesdames Hyman C. Broder, Alfred •
GREEN-8 CENTER
L. Deutsch, William L. Deutsch, Milton J. Doner, Richard L. Lux, •
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.

Louis LaMed, Milton Lucow, Harold A. Robinson, Peter G. Shifrin • ••
and Max Stollman. Mrs. Alexander Brailove, former national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal Women's Division, who, earlier that •

day, addressed a UJA campaign luncheon in Flint, was a guest at •
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the dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Belkin, former Detroiters now of Cleveland, •
SUNDAY: 12 NOON TO 5 P.M.
recently visited their mother, Mrs. Annie Handelsman, 890 Whitmore.

Married Couples Club
to Hear Dr. Ettinger

activities in Society

Announced in Illinois

JACK BARNES

MISS CAROL SLOTNICK

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slotnick of
Skokie, Ill., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Carol Susan
to Ronald Alan Robiner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Robiner of Ren-
frew Rd.
Miss Slotnick is a student at
Roosevelt University, Chicago, and
her fiance is attending the National
School of Chiropractic in Lom-
bard, Ill.
A June 13 wedding is planned.

Bnai David Couples Plan
Monte Carlo Games Night

The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Bnai
David will hold its "Monte Carlo
Night" 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the

synagogue. Guests invited.

I Mach gitt and Kis Orchestra

BY

HAL GORDON

UN 3-5730
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Dan Frohman's Religious Service
Oratorio Inspires Large Audience

and ENTERTAINMENT

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A revival of the most tradi-
tional synagogue music presented
in a 20th Century setting was ac-
claimed by an audience that filled
the auditorium of Congregation
Ahavas Achim to capacity Sunday
evening.
Offered as a sacred oratorio in

create new
rooms
within rooms

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concert form, an original composi- e •
tion by Dan Frohman, "Sabbath
Morning and Festival Service," was
sung by Cantors Jacob H. Sonenk-
lar, Simon Bermanis and Louis
Klein, with the participation of and
under the direction of the com-
poser. Rebecca Frohman added
merit to the program with her able
accompaniment on the piano.
Presented as part of the an-
ual Jewish Music Month cele-
bration, the oratorio echoed the
most noteworthy traditional ac-
complishments in cantorial com-
positions. Frohman's explanatory
comments, preceding each por-
tion of the oratorio, served as an
enlightenment on cantilations
and the traditions that have been
established in the composition of
synagogue music.

Subdivided into seven parts —

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Shacharis, Hallel, Torah Service,
Prayer for the New Month, Replac-
ing Torah Scroll, Musaf Service,
Priestly Benediction — the entire
work, which lasts, with commen- •
tary, more than 100 minutes, serves • •
as an inspiration to music lovers •
and to traditionalists.
The music program included a
program that was directed by Can-
tor Bermanis and a group of piano
solos ably rendered by Linda Eis- •

enberg Aptekar.

The opening portion of the pro- •
gram was dedicated in tribute to
Sigmund Romberg. The Bermanis-
directed Bel Canto Choral Society
and the Ahavas Achim Sisterhood
Singers sang a number of Rom-
berg's best known compositions.
Soloists included Mary Fried-
land, Barbara Cash, Alice Berman-
is, Adele Brown, Belle Pepper, •
Bess Axelrod, Goldie Eskin, Lois • •

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Ack, Sharon Leeman and Jean
Goldberg. Rose Mash was the pi-
ano accompanist.

Frohman took occasion during
the festival to pay honor to Can-
tor Sonenklar for his numerous
contributions in the field of

synagogue music.

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Dr. Israel Wiener, chairman of
the Ahavas Achim music com-
mittee, and Rabbi Seymour Panitz

greeted the gathering.

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