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November 24, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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act ivities in Society

Probus Renews
Awards to WSU

Probus Club, composed of Jew-
ish business and professional men,
is offering annual awards for aca-
demic achievement at Wayne State
University for the sixth consecutive
year.
Two awards will be given, each
consisting of a $500 grant without
restrictions. One will be for a
faculty member in the natural
sciences and another for a rep-
resentative of the humanities.
Final selection will be made by
a committee of seven judges, four
from Probus Club and three from
the Detroit community.
Each college, school and/or de-
partment of the university will
have an opportunity to submit its
nominee to the office of Dr. Win-
fred A. Harbison, vice president for
academic administration, 1186
Mackenzie Hall. Dedaline for nomi-
nations is Dec. 15. Awards will be
made at the annual Probus award
dinner in February.

Air Force Chaplain Clifford Miller and his wife Deborah are visit-
ing with his parents, the Samuel Millers of Blackstone Ave., Oak Park.
This weekend they leave for Omaha, where Capt. Miller is to be sta-
tioned. As the only Jewish chaplain in Bangkok, he was honored before
his departure, and on their way to the United States the couple spent
several days in Israel. Capt. Miller, a graduate of the United Hebrew
Schools, is an alumnus of the Jewish Theological Seminary and
Columbia University.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weitz, 15045 Rosemary, Oak Park, have
recently returned from Miami Beach where Mr. Weitz attended a
conference of the National Health and Welfare Federation. At the
conclusion of the conference, Mr. and Mrs. Weitz flew to Montego Bay,
Jamaica, for a few days before returning home.

Violinist Zuckerman Gets Symphony
Audience Acclaim; American-Israel
Foundation Leaders Review Its Role

Pintas Zuckerman, soloist on
Nov. 16 with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, received an
ovation from the large audience
and was acclaimed here as one of
FOR THE BEST IN
this year's Leventritt Competition
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
winners, establishing him as one of
the most promising of the country's
young musicians.
Appearing with the orchestra as
And His Orchestra
soloist in the Mendelssohn Con-
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certo, 19-year-old
Zuckerman dis-
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visiting in Israel, and they con-
sidered him so gifted they helped
pave the way to send Pinhas to
the United States for further study.
He has since been studying with
Ivan Galamian at the Juilliard
School of Music. Earlier this year
he was added to the artist roster
of impresario SoI Hurok.
The symphony concert on Nov.
16 was followed by a champagne
supper for 75 guests, including
noted musicians, at the home of
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver in South-
field. Mrs. Isaac Stern outlined
the objectives of the American-
Israel Cultural Foundation of
which her husband is president,
and there were brief remarks by
Zuckerman, his father and Mrs.
Schaver.
Guests at the event included
Gideon Paz and Milton Krochmal,
national vice president and Mid--1
west director respectively of the
cultural foundation for Israel.

came to this coun-
try on a scholar-
ship from the
American-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion.
Two years ago, he won - a
scholarship from Music Study
Club and was presented in the
club's annual concert here.
Pinhas Zuckerman was born in
Israel, July 16, 1948. His father,
himself a talented violinist, began
Pinhas's training. and when he was
This Week's Radio and
8 years old the boy started
Television Programs
formal training at the Israel Con-
servatory and Academy of Music
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
in Tel Aviv. In the summer of 1961
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
the 13-year-old violinist was
Station: WXYZ.
brought to the attention of Pablo
Feature: Rabbi Herman E.
Casals and Isaac Stern, who were Schaalman of Chicago will speak
on "Israel: Evolution of a Basic
Concept.”
• • •
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Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: A conversation with
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• • •

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• • •

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Delegation to Urge Aliya From South America

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — A immigration to Israel. They will
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