The CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
THE METROPOLITAN MUSIC
ORCHESTRA, fifth oldest in the GUILD is giving its fourth con-
United States and among the top- cert of the season 8:30 p.m.
ranked, visits Detroit Jan. 28, Wednesday, at the Michigan Con-
when eminent pianist Byron Janis servatory of Music. The guild,
performs with the group at Ma- now in its third year, is dedicated
to the encouragement of musical
growth through performance, and
Dr. W O O D R O W WILSON welcomes instrumentalists and
SAYRE, grandson of Woodrow vocalists who enjoy playing cham-
Wilson and a distinguished scholar ber music in an informal atmo-
and educator, will show his color sphere as well as non performers
film, "Four Against Everest," at who may become sustaining mem-
Detroit Town Hall, Wednesday, bers. The program will be fol-
11 a.m., in the Fisher Theatre. Dr. lowed by a coffee social. For in-
Sayre was head of the first ama- formation, call Zelda Keil, LI
teur assault on the unclimbed 7-7841.
North Face of Mt. Everest, which
he tells about in his 1964 best-
The "ANTIQUE WALK" opened
seller, "Four Against Everest."
again at Livonia Mall Shopping
Center, Middlebelt at Seven Mile
Road, on Thursday. Some 19 lead-
ing Antique dealers from the
Northwestern area of Metropolitan
Detroit will be exhibiting and sell-
ing items of Americana in the
three-day show. Jerry Silberman,
president of the sponsoring Livonia
Mall Merchants' Association, noted
Last Week's Winner of the
that each successive antique show
has drawn additional exhibitors and
more thousands of visitors.
BIG BABY BONUS"
Miss Cooper's Betrothal Chairmen of Rainbow Ball Named;
Rally to Spur Efforts for Fund Raiser
to Californian Told
MISS JOANNE COOPER
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cooper of
Stuyvessant Rd., Birmingham, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter JoAnne to Stewart Gold-
stein of Hollywood, Calif., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goldstein of
The bride-elect is a graduate of
UCLA's school of nursing. Mr.
Goldstein is a graduate of Temple
A spring wedding is being
MRS. RUDOLPH PHILLIPS
more on another fabulous antique
Congratulations on the birth of your
show when the third annual PARK
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
SHELTON ANTIQUE SHOW-SALE
make your first week at home easier.
will be held Jan. 21-23 from noon
RASKIN FOOD CO.
to 10 p.M. daily. This year the
antique show has been enlarged
To Dr. and Mrs. Law- to over 30 dealers.
r e n c e Freedman (Janice Glick-
man), former Detroiters stationed
The much traveled CARLOS
in Wichita Falls, Tex., a daughter, MONTOYA, one of the world's
foremost flamenco guitar virtuosi,
* * *
will appear in the University of
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Detroit Town and Gown Celebrity
E. Soper (Ruth Goldberg), 19167 series at 8:30 p.m., January 23, in
Votrebeck, a son, Eric Todd.
the U. of D. Memorial Building
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Dec. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
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ward Greenfield (Frieda Ferencz),
MR. AND MRS. MEYERS
TEUTON AND SLAV: The Strug-
23091 Cloverlawn, Oak Park, a son,
gle for Central Europe by HER-
and Mrs. Henry Meyers re-
MAN SCHREIBER, published by
cently celebrated their 50th wed-
Dec. 29 — To Rabbi and Mrs.
ding anniversary in their Los An-
Kalil S. Rosenberg (Diana Res- German by James Cleugh, is the geles home.
nick), former Detroiters of Col-
Married in Detroit in November
chester, Conn., a son, Avi Yeshah. conflict between Germans and 1915, Mr. and Mrs. Meyers were
Slays, a conflict which has helped
joined on their anniversary by their
Dec. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen to precipitate two world wars and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Blatt (Shirley Lerner), 20452 a
Mrs. Samuel P. Leavitt of Oak
Germany's eastern boundary.
daughter, Riva Gayle.
Park, and also Mrs. Pearl Schlesing
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and Mrs. Sally Druker of Detroit.
SOUTHEASTERN D I S TRICT
Dec. 17—To Dr. and Mrs. Burton
J. Zack (Maureen Garrison), for- MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF
mer Detroiters now stationed in HOSPITAL AUXILIARIES w ill
Ft. Hood, Tex., a son, Thomas have Eugene Sibery as guest speak-
er at a luncheon noon Monday, at
the David Whitney House. Sibery,
Dec. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber- executive director of the Greater
nard Kaner, 16639 Turner, a son, _.Detroit Area Hospital Council,
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
will speak on "Our Changing Hos-
pitals With a Special Look at Med-
To Mr. and Mrs. Burton Wolfe icare." A board meeting will be tion Board Tuesday approved the
(Barbara Wolfe), 20001 Schaefer, held and a general meeting will findings of the feasibility study
on creation of a dual-purpose nu-
an adopted daughter, Michelle follow the luncheon.
clear desalting plant in Israel and
said that, if preparatory work com-
mences this year, it is possible to
CERTIFIELD EXPERT MOHEL
put the plant into operation by
The joint board said, at the
conclusion of a series of meetings
here, that the body will not be dis-
Sol Eisenberg and Irwin Green, solved despite the conclusion of
Serving In Hospitals. and Homes
chairmen of the 1966 Allied Jewish the feasibility study. The board
Campaign, this week stated that will continue to function as the
REV. GOLDMAN L.
a goal of $5,500,000 is an aim to main liaison and coordinating body
shoot for to achieve the objectives between the two governments on
of providing for the growing needs desalting matters.
The feasibility report found it
of causes at home and abroad.
They pointed out that such a technologically sound to begin
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
goal would benefit overseas needs work on a nuclear desalting plant
by an increase of $314,323 and in Israel, with a capacity of 200
megawatts and yearly output of
extra domestic requirements by
100,000,000 cubic meters of fresh
As reported earlier in The Jew-
It is estimated that the cost of
ish News, the campaign formula the plant will amount to nearly
provides that with a base of $5,- $200,000,000. If it is financed at
100,000, campaign funds would be the lowest possible interest rates
divided and 45.4 per cent for — 2 per cent — one cubic meter
local and national causes, the (265 gallons) of fresh water will
formula to apply up to the sum cost seven cents.
Recommended by Physicians
Beyond a campaign achievement
A buxom widow must be either
of $5,200,000, the additional 10 per married, buried or shut up in a
cent available for domestic pur- convent.
poses would be divided: 63 per
cent for local operating; 25 per
Serving Hospitals and Homes
cent for local capital and 12 per THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, January 14, 1966
cent for national agencies.
Henry Meyers, Bride
of 50 Years Celebrate
Commander Charles Isackson
and President Mrs. Jerry Dale of
the Department of Michigan Jew-
ish War Veterans have announced
the appointment of Senior Vice
President Mrs. William Love and
Junior Vice Commander Morris
Simon as chairmen of the organi-
zation's 1966 fund raiser, the Rain-
bow Ball, to be held March 12
at the Veteran's Memorial
A 1966 model car will be
awarded that evening, along wth
many other prizes.
In conjunction with the ball,
Simon and Mrs. Love said a
rally will be held 9 p.m. Jan. 22
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Admission is free to members
and their guests.
Dancing, refreshments and
prizes are planned.
Members are asked to bring in
ticket receipts for the Rainbow
For information, call the JWV
office, 342-8161. Additional tickets
Nursery children and pre-first
grade school children, age 3 1/2 to 8,
are accepted now for enrollment
for the second semester, to star'
Feb. 1, at Hayim Greenberg School.
Transportation is provided. For
information, call the school, UN
4-6319, or visit the office, 19161
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