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September 29, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-29

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20—Friday, September 29, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Art Show and Sale Set This Weekend

The committee previewing examples of art to be hung in the
League for Labor Israel's Annual Art Show and Sale this weekend
at the Labor Zionist Institute are (from left) Adele Mondry, Debo-
rah Goldberg, Aaron Borenstein, Leak. Drachler and Vicki Goldbaum.
* * *
7
Morris Lifshay, chairman of the 7.1b. E -
Labor Zionist Council of Detroit.
announces that final arrangements
have been made for the annual art
show and sale of the League for
Labor Israel, Saturday and Sun-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Gen. S. L. )A. Marshall, author
Mrs. Vicki Goldbaum, over-all
chairman of the Art Festival, an- of "Swift Sword," an account of
nounces that 50 prominent Detroit Israel's military
and Michigan artists are submit- successes in the
ting oil and water color paintings Six-Day War, will
sculptures, collages, graphics and report on his re-
sketches. Among them are Sophie cent experiences
Fordson, Harriet Gelfond, Ben in Israel, in an
address at the
Glicker and Shirley Kallus.
semi-annual
A special attraction will be
meeting of Am-
16 pieces done by a 31-year-
old Czechoslovakian-born Israeli erican Women
artist, Getit Levni Harel. The for Bar-Ilan Uni-
ver s ity, 12:30
proceeds from the sale of Mrs.
Harel's pictures will be do- p.m., Oct. 12, at
the Jewish Cen-
nated to Israel, and the recipi-
ter.
ent will be picked by Mrs. Isaac
Schaver, who is sponsoring this
Mrs. Max Stoll-
• collection at the show. Tickets
man, president of
are available at the door.
the national,;&,,i
In addition the show will dis- movement of Marshall
play for sale the work of 14 Israeli American women for Bar-Ilan,
artists.
will report on recent accomplish-
Refreshments will be served. The ments. Mrs. Herman K. Cohen will
public is invited.
report on the book fund. Mrs. Her-
, bert Eskin is program chairman.
Mrs. Stollman reports that last
Midrasha to Sponsor
year there were 3,000 students at
Israeli Folk Dancing
Bar-Ilan with a faculty of 320, in
Israeli folk dancing is being of- addition to 300 special students.
fered by the adult education divi- This year, she said, only 500 new
sion of the Midrasha, College of students could be enrolled out of
Jewish Studies, 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays 2,000 applicants.
in the auditorium of the Esther
Berman Building.
1
Adults who are interested in Gordon Staples Solo
learning dances of Israel are in-
vited to the 12 sessions. For regis- to Be Featured at Center
Gordon Staples, associate concert
tration and information call the
master of the Detroit Symphony
UHS office, DI 1-3407.
Orchestra, will solo in Tschai-
kowsky's Violin
Concerto with the
Center Symphony
Orchestra under
the direction of
Julius Chajes 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at
the Jewish Cen-
ter.
Staples will
join Chajes, pian-
Wish Their
ist, and Shaul
Ben-Meir, flutist,
Staples in the Branden-
Many Friends
burg Concerto No. 5 by Bach. Ben-
Meir, a native of Israel, recently
A Year of
joined the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra.
Health, Hapiness
The concert will open with a
rarely performed Haydn Symphony
and Peace
called "The Bear."
Tickets are available at the
i center.

Women
tri,or-1 7
to Hear Marshall
Report on Israel

EUGENE & ERNEST
GREENFIELD



*

The newly formed AMERICAN
NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY of
Boston comes to the Masonic Au-
ditorium to perform "Tosca," Oct.
16 and "Falstaff," Oct. 17. Noted
Australian soprano Marie Collier
will sing the title role in Puccini's
"Tosca." She made her Metropoli-
tan Opera debut this past season
in Marvin David Levy's "Mourn-
ing Becomes Electra." Baritone
Peter Glossop will sing the title
role in the Oct. 17 offering of "Fal-
staff." Tickets are available at the
Masonic Auditorium, Grinnell's
Downtown and all J. L. Hudson
ticket centers.
s
*
*
MANTOVANI comes to the Ma-
sonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m. Oct. 7
as part of his 10th tour of the
United States. In his search for
unusual melodic effects, Mantovani
has put an emphasis on the 32
strings of his 45-piece group.
Among the numbers to be present.
ed at the concert is "Fiddler on
the Roof." Tickets are available
at the Masonic Auditorium, Grin-
nell's Downtown and all Hudson's
stores.
S
Pianist Gabriel Chodos will per-
form with the PONTIAC SYMPHO-
NY ORCHESTRA 8:30 p.m. Oct. 10
at Pontiac Northern High School
Auditorium.

Wilno Hebrew Almanac
Offered at Jewish News

The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
has just issued the new 1967-1968
(5728) Hebrew almanac (luakh),
which is now available at no charge
at the Jewish News.
The new pocket-size almanac
contains the entire year's calendar
in English and Hebrew.
Other features are the Friday
candle-lighting time for the East-
ern, Central and Western time
zones (adjusted for daylight-saving
time); all the holidays and fast
days, permissible wedding dates,
important prayers in English and
Hebrew and the American and
Israeli National anthems.

of Pioneer Women

At the recent 20th annual bi-
ennial convention of Pioneer
Women, Mrs. Norman I. Leemon,
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver and Mrs.
Milton Weiss were elected to the
national board.
Mrs. Weiss will serve as Midwest
education chairman, and Mrs. Lee-
mon will serve as national chair-
man of special projects.

Weekly Newspapers
Circulation of 8,023 weekly news-
papers was an estimated 26,888,-
230 last year, an increase of 800,000
over 1965 and an increase of 39
percent since 1950.

MRS. GERALD THURSWELL

Lynn Caren Satovsky and Gerald
Elliott Thurswell were married re-
cently in Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Satovsky of Balmoral;
Dr. and Mr; and Mrs. Harry Thurs-
well of Gardner Rd., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of light
peau d'ange lace over a fitted
princess line sheath of peau de
soie. It had a manderin neckline
and was sleeveless, with tiny but
tons coming from the collar to the
hem, and a shoulder-length man-
tilla of light silk illusion bordered
in garlands of matching lace.
Mrs. Neil Satovsky was matron
of h ono r. Bridesmaids were
Debbie Goldman, Nina Hirsch,
Margie Radner and Tina Wolfe.
Karen Rapaport was junior
bridesmaid.
Sidney Goldman served as best
man. Ushers were Neil Satovsky,
Gerald Weiss, David Askenazy,
Bernard Rapaport and Paul Gold-
man.
Following a Florida honeymoon,
the couple will live in Detroit.

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An exhibit of watercolors by
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court, Birmingham, Oct. 22-Nov. 3.
Mrs. Zalla, a graduate of Wayne
State University with a bachelor
of science degree in art educa-
tion, paints primarily in an im-
pressionist manner. Her paintings
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* * *
Detroit Town Hall will open its
39th season Wednesday, with tele-
vision-screen star KITTY CAR-
LISLE, in a talk, "First Person
Singular." The program is the first
of 11 in the series held on alter-
nate Wednesdays at 11 a.m. in
Fisher Theater until March. Miss
Carlisle is the widow of playwright
Moss Hart. A panelist on TV's
"To Tell the Truth" for a number
of years, she has also sung with
the Met—last spring in Detroit as
Prince Orlofsky in "Die Fleder-
mans."

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Mr. Gerald Thurswell at National Conclave

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