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May 19, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-19

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People Make News

* * •
MISCHA MISCHAKOFF will re-
tire as concertmaster of the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra in Aug-
ust 1968, The 72-year-old violinist
Said he plans to complete one
more year with the symphony, in-
cluding the Meadow Brook Music
Festival in summer 1968, then de-
vote himself to teaching in Detroit.
He has lived here since becoming
symphony concertmaster in 1952.
Mischakoff's career includes 55
years as concertmaster of several
of the world's greatest orchestras,
including the Leningrad Symphony
and Bolshoi Theater Orchestra in
his native Russia, the Warsaw
Philharmonic, the New York Sym-
phony, the Philadelphia Orchestra,
the Chicago Symphony, NBC Sym-
phony under Toscanini and the
Detroit Symphony under Paul

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geivry

On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: WCAR.
Feature: Part II of a musical
feature entitled "Praise Ye the
Lord." Cantor Orbach is host of
the series.

▪ • •

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Time: 8:55 p.m. Saturday, 8:25

a.m. Sunday. 10:25 a.m. Monday-

Friday.
Station: Channel 50.
Feature: Rabbi Groner will de-
liver the thought for the day, be-
ginning the day's programming.

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2
and
Time: 9:15 am. Sun.lay
Station: W.IIIK.
Feature: "Land of Israel," a dis-
cussion of the works of S. Y. Ag-
non. Aviv Ekrony, Mrs. Lawrence
Wernher will participate.

IN CONTACT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Wilt.
Feature: "The House on Victoria
Street" will be presented. Hal
Youngblood will meet with men
recently released from prison who
are trying to find their way back
into society by way of the house
on Victoria Street.

GEORGE PIERROT PRESENTS

Time: 5 p.m. today
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: Charles Sharp will nar-
rate the color film "Egypt to
Israel."

LUBAVITCII JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.

Station: WKNIt.
Feature: "Does Humility Mean
Surrender to the Majority?" will
be discussed by Rabbi Kagan. A
panel of youth discuss 'Is Religion
Outdated?" "The St range Dream."
a story from Jewish history, will
be presented. The youth choirs of
the Lubaviteh Ensemble and the
Pirchei Choir will provide musical
interlude.

• • •
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station. WWJ.
Feature: "The Liquid Fire" by
John Vlahos, a dramatization of
the life of Samuel Gompers, found -
er and first president of the Amer-

ican Federation of Labor. The

program will dramatize several ac-

complishments of the life of the

labor leader.

• • •
DIRECTIONS

Time: Noon Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: Part One. "A Year in
Song," a program of Jewish liturg-

ical music featuring Cantors Saul
Meisels and Arthur Koret. Boris
Tumarin will be the narrator.

Friday, May 19, 1967-15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MORTIMER B. HARRIS, Chi-
cago business executive and civic

Brevities

leader, has been elected president
Paray and Sixten Ehrling. His ance and counseling at recent Uni-
of the Welfare Council of Metro-
Russian cellist MSTISLAV ROS-
longest tenure was for 15 years versity of Detroit commencement
politan Chicago, the central co-
with the NBC Symphony, though exercises. He was ordained at the TROPOVICH will appear Aug. 18
we will surpass that record next Hebrew Rabbinical College in Je- at Ontario's Stratford Festival. ordinating body for 265 public and
This
special
concert
will
be
in
voluntary health and welfare
fall in beginning his 16th year with rusalem in 1965 and graduated
the Detroit Symphony.
from the Yeshiva High School of addition to the regular series of agencies in the Chicago area. Har-
the Hebrew Theological College in eight Sunday concerts previously ris is a former president of the
announced for the 15th annual Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
On May 21 at the Waldorf- Skokie in 1962.
season at Stratford. The concert Chicago and a former general
* * *
Astoria Hotel, the 10th anniversary
Recipients of the 1967 St. there and one at Expo '67 this chairman of the Chicago Combined
year of the Belfer Graduate School
summer will be the only appear-
of Science of Yeshiva University Ursula Medal Awards, represent- ances in this country for the dis- Jewish Appeal.
will be observed along with the ing three religious faiths, included tinguished artist during this visit
60th birthday of PAUL BORMAN, president of Bor- to Canada.
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Arthur Belfer, a man Food Stores, Inc., for the
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formerly penni- Jewish faith. Selection is made on
I
Local artist LINDA ZALLA is I
less Polish immi- the basis of "personal dedication presently exhibiting her work at
I
grant whose ef- to social betterment through as- the Galerie de Boicourt in a show I
forts made it sistance to the unfortunate." The called "Woman Artists Month" I
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possible for the awards were presented at the an- which will be on display through I
school to become nual St. Ursula Medal Awards May 27.
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one of the great dinner Wednesday in Cleary Audi-
1 Deluxe Apf. Hotel accommoda-
educational insti- torium, Windsor. The dinner is an
tions available. Newly-furnished
'tutions of its kind annual event sponsored by the
I I a 2 bedroom apts. in beau-
in the United Glengarda School for Retarded
: tiful new bldg. with Metro sub-
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States. The Children, operated in Windsor by
way service directly into Expo
event will be the the Ursuline Sisters. Borman was
site. Maid service; Continental
annual Science introduced by his counterpart win-
REPAIR AND
breakfast. Reasonable R a t • s.
Leadership ner from last year, Judge IRA
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For Reservations write:
INSTALLATION
Award Dinner. KAUFMAN.
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LE CHATEAU BOULOGNE
Belfer Belfer is chair-
Quality Work at
10620 Ave. Du Bois Du Boulogne
Sincerity
man of the board and chief execu-
Montreal 12, Quebec, Canada
Reasonable Prices !
Sincerity is like traveling in a
tive officer of Belco Petroleum
I
7.1. (514) 331-6361
Corp., president of the Belfer plain beaten road, which commonly
Foundation and a member of Ye- brings a man sooner to his jour-
shiva University's board of trus- ney's end than by-ways, in which
tees. IRA GUILDEN, chairman men often lose themselves.
"Get Our Price Last"-
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
—Tillotson.
of Trade Bank and Trust Co., has
been named chairman of the
dinner.
* * *
**,* *
Ruth Steckler Laredo, Detroit-
born pianist , will be featured solo-
441 •
ist in the "Bach at Cranbrook"
series to be held r• - • '
at Christ Church,
Cranbrook, 8:30
p.m. today. and
3 p.m. Saturday.
Miss Laredo has
recently signed
an exclusive con-
tract with h the
managerial firm
of Judson,
O'Neill, Beall
a n d Steinway.
She is a former
pupil of Mischa
Miss Laredo
Kottler and Rudolf Serkin.
* * •
The board of directors of Temple
of Aaron St. Paul, has appointed
Rabbi KALIL S. ROSENBERG as
assistant rabbi. Rabbi Rosenberg
leaves Cong. Ahavath Achim of
Colchester, Conn., to accept the
-
position. Rabbi Rosenberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Rosenberg
4011,404
of Wisconsin Ave., is a graduate
of Wayne State University and
received his ordination from the
Academy for Higher Jewish Learn-
ing in New York.

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Rare book collector Charles E.
Feinberg, long a benefactor of the
University of Detroit Library, pre-
- .sented U. of D.
with an antipho-
nale, a rare book,
in honor of Fr.
Peter Arrupe,
S.J., superior
general of the
Society of Jesus
(Jesuits). It was
Father Arrupe's
first visit to the
campus from his
station in Rome.
The book, in ex-
cellent condition
at
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a valued
n
$400, was printed and illustrated
in Paris in 1737 by the Cistercian
monks.
• s •
To honor Nazi victims, including
close relatives, New York business-
man JOSEPH GUSSMAN is pre-
senting two ambulances to Magen
David Adorn, the Red Cross Serv-
ice of Israel. The two vehicles,
each with inscriptions in memory
of parents and relatives, will be
formally handed over to the consul
of Israel at ceremonies June 25 at
the Israel Consulate in New York.
* • *
Rabbi WILLIAM MAIMON
SCHOSTAK, youth director of Agu-
dath Israel of Detroit, received
a master of arts degree in guid-

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