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December 03, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-03

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Windsor Mezzo -Sopra no to Join
Israeli Violinist f or Artist Concert

The Music Study Club of Detroit
will present its annual Artist Con-
cert, with mezzo-soprano Iris Bala
and violinist Pinchas Zukerman
8:30 pm. Sunday at the Scottish
Rite Cathedral.
Miss Bala, a
native of Wind-
sor, received her
training in Cana-
da and began a
series of musical
triumphs with a
Grinnell Founda
tion scholarship
to Juilliard in
Miss Bala
1959. She has
performed throughout Europe,
Canada and the United States. Cur-
rently, she is appearing with the
New York Opera Company.
Zukerman, 17-
year-old Israeli
violinist, began
his musical train-
ing with his fa-
ther, Yehuda
Zukerman, and
at age 8 began
formal study at
the Israel Con-
servatory and
Academy of Mu-
sic in Tel Aviv.
Zukerman
After one year at the academy,
he was awarded an American-Is-
rael Cultural Foundation scholar-
ship for study in Israel and has
been a foundation scholarship stu-
dent ever since.
Zukerman was brought to the

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Meyer Levin Coming
to Sisterhood Review

Author Meyer Levin will be pre-
sent for the review of his book
"The Stronghold" at Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood's second of the book
review series 10 a.m. Tuesday in
the social hall.
Mrs. Morris Adler will review
the novel after continental break-
fast is served. Mrs. Walter Field,
chairman of the series, said tic-
kets will be available at the door,
and guests are invited.

WIZO Faces Deficit

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The Worn-
en's International Zionist Organ-

ization summoned its world execu-
tive to an emergency meeting, to
be held here in January, to deal
with WIZO's heavy deficit.
It is feared the WIZO may be
forced to curtail some of its ser-
vices in Israel as a result of the
deficit which is due to the recent
upgrading of 1,400 Israelis em-
ployed by WIZO.

attention of Pablo Casals and Isaac
Stern, who were participating in
the first Israel Festival of Music
in 1961. They considered Zuker-
man so gifted, they recommended
that he be sent to the United
States for advanced training. A
student at Juilliard, Zukerman has
given a number of highly success-
ful concerts.
Proceeds of the annual concert
provide scholarships for talented
young musicians; opportunities for
young artists to appear profession-
ally in concert; music, musical in-
struments, records and books for
universities and other cultural
institutions in Israel; morale-
building programs for patients in
hospitals and other institutions;
as well as special scholarship funds
for outstanding students.
Tickets to the concert are at
Grinnell's and the Masonic Temple
box office.

UOJC Women Ready
Series on Foundations
of Faith,' Starts Dec. 6

The Town Tall Lecture Series
conducted annually by the Great
Lakes Chapter of the Women's
Branch of The Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations will com-
mence 10 a.m. Monday at Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods.
Topic of the five-part series is
"Foundations of our Faith." "The
Concept of God" will be discussed
by Rabbi Jack Goldman at Mon-
day's gathering. Other programs
will be:
Jan. 3: "The Problem of Good
and Evil," Rabbi Samuel Stollman,
at Cong. Bnai David; Jan. 31: "The
Messiah," Rabbi Aaron Brander,
at Young Israel of Greenfield; Feb.
28: "Revelation and the Miracles,"
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig at Cong.
Gemiluth Chassodim; and March
21: "The Chosen People," Rabbi
Max Kapustin.

A continental breakfast will
be served by the host sisterhood

preceding each session. All mem-
bers and friends of the par-
ticipating sisterhoods are invited
at a nominal charge for in-
dividual or series tickets.

Marlene Rosen Becomes Gift Items Go on Sale
Mrs. W. R. Oleshansky at Livonia Bazaar

Veal Rolls Sauterne

2 pounds ground veal
cup Manischewitz matzo meal
2 eggs, slightly beaten
3/4 cup water
1 /4 cup minced parsley
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1/2 cup Manischewitz matzo meal
1 can condensed clear Manisch-
ewitz chicken soup
34 cup Manischewitz sauterne
Combine veal, matzo meal, eggs,
water, minced parsley, salt and
ginger. Shape into 12 rolls about
3" long. Roll in matzo meal. Brown
in a small amount of fat. Blend
soup and wine; pour over meat.
Cover and bring to a boil and
simmer about 30 minutes.

1 /a

The Sisterhood of Livonia Jew-
ish Congregation will hold a "Holi-
day Bazaar and Carnival" 2-8 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue.
Under the direction of Mrs. Louis
Fellander, the Needlework Guild
has produced many gift items.

O t h e r booths will include a
boutique, featuring c o s m e ti c s,

jewerly and accessories, a used
book bar, white elephant, cere-
monial gift shop, homemade baked

goods, and youth group candy sale.
Refreshments will be sold through-
out the day, and there will be
special children' games booths.
Mrs. Seymour Ungar is fund-rais-
ing chairman.

Music the Stein7WaY_

Aesculapians to Meet

DICK STEIN

Aesculapian Pharmaceutical As-
sociation and Auxiliary will hold
Marlene Sue Rosen became the a joint meeting 9 p.m. Monday at
bride of William Russell Oleshan- the Jewish Home for the Aged. Of-
sky in a recent candlelight cere- ficers will be elected.

MRS. WILLIAM OLESHANSHY

mony in the Grand Ballroom of
the Sheraton Cadillac H o t e 1.
Rabbi Jacob Segal and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. David Rosen of W. Outer
Dr. and Mr. a n d Mrs. Nathan
Oleshansky of Wareham Dr.,
Huntington Woods.

The bride's gros de Londres
sheath gown featured a rounded
neckline outlined in garlands of
tiny beads on the Empire bod
ice. She wore a floor-length
matching coat with bateau
sleeves appliqued in pearls and
silk braid, and a cathedral train
falling from the shoulders. Her
shoulder-length pouf veil of silk
illusion had an open crown of
gros de Londres appliqued in
matching pearls.

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Maid of honor was Barbara
Oleshansky, sister of the bride-
groom, and matron of honor was
Mrs. Norman Rosen. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Harvey Haver, Mrs.
Richard Fields and Judy Cooper.
Best man was the bridegroom's
brother, Marvin Oleshansky. Ush-
ers were Norman Rosen, the
bride's brother; David Oleshan•
sky, the bridegroom's brother,
David Gold; Gerald Borsand; Mel-
vin Kaftan; and Michael Kamen
of California.
Fallowing a Toronto honeymoon,
the couple will live in Southfield.

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be culminated Jan. 11 with the
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membership are Mesdames Jack
Shenkman and Marvin Mitteldorf,
and vice president of membership
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Mrs. Shtein is visiting with her
sister and brother-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Alex Walt of Huntington
Woods. The public is invited to
the brunch.

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