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December 01, 1967 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-01

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28—Friday, December 1, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BREVITIES

Seminary's Scholarship Completed

An exhibition,.of sculpture, draw-
JEROME ROSEN, a native De -
troiter who has established himsel I ing and collage by JEAN ARP
as one of the nation's outstanding will be held at the LONDON ARTS
violinists, appeared as soloist with GALLERY, 321 Fisher Bldg., Dec.
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra 5 to Jan. 13.
• • •
Thursday and will appear again
YEHUDA ROSENMAN, sociolo-
8 p.m. Saturday at Ford Audi-
torium. Valter Poole conducts both gist, academician and international
performances. Rosen performs the expert on Jewish communal or-
Brahms Violin Concerto. He is cur- ganization, has been named dir-
rently a violinist with the Cleve- ector of the American Jewish Com-
land Orchestra, where for three mittee's department of Jewish
seasons he had served as appren- communal affairs, it was an-
tice conductor under George Szell. nounced by Bertram H. Gold, ex-
Rosen was born in Detroit in 1939. ecutive director.
* * *
He began studying violin at age
five and piano at six. His teachers
An exhibitions of paintings and
included Josef Gingold in Cleve- plastic painted panels by DINO
land and Ivan Galamian at the COCCI will be shown at the Park
Louis Berry (left), Detroit community leader and member of
Institute of Music, from Shelton Hotel Crystal Room 9 a.m.
the board of overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Curtis
which Rosen was graduated in to 11 p.m. today through Dec. 15.
America, examines the plaque he has just received from Dr. Max 1959.
* • *
Arzt, Seminary Vice-Chancellor. The presentation, which took place at
• • *
the meeting of the seminary's board of overseers, marks the comple-
A search for "MISS AUTO-
Hailed
by
German
Vice
Chan-
tion of the Louis Berry Scholarship in the seminary's rabbinical
RAMA" of 1968 is underway in
cellor, Willy Brandt, as "the sing- the Metropolitan Detroit area.
department. Income from the scholarship fund will be used in
ing ambassadors of Berlin," the Robert Larivee of Harper Woods,
perpetuity to help one rabbinical student each year to continue his
Berlin MOZART CHOIR comes to producing the 16th annual Auto-
education at the seminary.
the Masonic Auditorium Dec. 8, rama to be held in Cobo Hall Jan.
8:20 p.m.
19-21, issued the call for entries.
« •
The contest is open to any single
THE DETROIT USO, 306 Michi- girl, 18 to 25.
114 tf
iincernertts
gan, is recruiting girls age 18-24
• •
Nov: 27—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan I.
Oct. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs. A to serve as junior hostesses in
ANNE AYER, Massachusetts-
Zane (Audrey Rocklin), 13113 Vic- Kaplan (Fran Green), 21941 Slo the USO program. This includes
born mezzo-soprano, will be heard
toria, Huntington Woods, a daugh- man, Oak Park, a son, Eric David dances at Selfridge Field and the in a recital of arias and art songs
• • *
ter, Susan Elizabeth.
downtown USO, as well as lounge in the lecture hall of the Detroit
• • •
To Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wein (Dena duty every night. There is also a Institute of Arts, Dec. 13.
Nov. 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Tessler), 8740 Kenberton, Oak neeed for chaperones over 25 years
Rose (Judith Goldberg), 10043 Cur- Park, a daughter, Deborah Ann.
of age. The need for hostesses is
• * •
tis, a son, Jeffrey Louis.
greater as the holiday season ap-
• •
To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krekun proaches. For application blanks,
(Barbara Blatt), 13421 Rosemary, call the USO, 962-5044.
Nov. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Ray
• *
mond Randel (Sheila Horwitz), Oak Park, a son, Darryl Laurence.
*
• *
15000 Sutherland, a son, Robert
"A BRIVELE DER MAMEN," a
Jay.
Yiddish film with English subtitles

n n o



Madvin (Buzzie Seyburn), former
Detroiters of Woodland Hills,
Calif., a son. Jeremy Ivan.
• • *

NY Bank's Action
During M.E. War
Sparks Israel Ire

JERUSALEM — While banks in
the United States and Europe were
offering assistance to Israel during
the Six-Day War, the First Na-
tional City Bank of New York
cabled a leading commercial bank
Nov. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. David in Tel Aviv and ordered it to
Wein (Marsha Fenton), 25631 Lin- destroy all unsold First National
coln Terrace, Oak Park, a son, City travelers checks in its vaults.
The New York banks action was
Eric Kevin.
• • *
confirmed Tuesday by Dr. Ernest
Nov. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Lehmann, joint general manager
ley M. Sigman (Rose D. Freed- of the Bank Leumi le-Israel.
Infuriated, the Israeli bank con-
man), 13701 Kenwood, Oak Park,
formed with First National City's
a daughter, Diane Beth.
wishes,
but a few days after the
• • •
war withdrew the several million
Nov. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
dollars in currency reserves that
ard M. Jacobs (Glenda Korn), she had deposited in the New York
23619 Parklawn, Oak Park, a bank.
daughter, Laurie Ann.
Dr. Lehmann said the Bank
• • •
Leumi had received no other such
Nov. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Mil- requests during the war from other
ton B. Hecker (Barbara Barris), banks it dealt with.
24628 Scotia, Oak Park, a daughter,
After the war, he said, the
Susan Jill.
bank received letters of apology

Nov. 19 — To Dr. and Mrs. Don-
ald R. Schermer (Judy Rapaport
of Grand Rapids) of Mayfield, 0.,
a daughter, Heidi Sue.
• • •

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Theater Association of Michigan
for their files and will be eligible
for reading and production. First
prize will be a $50; second prize,
$25, and third prize,. $10. For in-
formation, contact Mrs. Fred Gold-

en, 6795 Rickett, Brighton, and
postmarked no later than Feb. 15,
1968.

Rabbi Rabinowitz Listed
as Improved After Illness

Rabbi Joseph Rabinowitz, for-
mer Detroiter known to his dis-
ciples as the Oreler-Brezner Rebbe,
is recuperating at home in Giva-
tayim, Israel, after being hospital-
ized in critical condition for an
extended period.

Even though a quarrelsome man
be learned, show him no honors.





• « *
Nov. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary

The COMMUNITY THEATRES
OF MICHIGAN will sponsor its .
12th annual contest for play-
wrights. Award winning plays will

will be shown 8 p.m. Dec. 23 at
Cong. Beth Joseph. The film con-
cerns a European family torn by
custom, war and jealousy. Proceeds
will go to the Diskin Orphan Home
of Israel in Jerusalem. For infor-
mation, call Rubin Sherman, 342-
5472.
• • *
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• * *

Due to popular demand the sec-
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• • •
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considered doubtful before the parking adjacent to the school
travelers check incident that the Mr. Culver, who died in Septem-
bank would extend such a loan.
ber, was head of the watercolor
First National City officials de-
department at the Society of Arts
fended its action, saying it had sent and Crafts and art critic for the
cables to all banks in the war zone Detroit Free Press.
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Some 300 participants will take
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in
a
performance
of Handel's
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Orchestra's next KRESGE CON-
Folk Dance Festival Set CERT,
Tuesday evening, in Ford
by Young Adult Group
Auditorium. In addition to the 103-

PGASP (Post - Graduate Adas
Shalom Presents) will hold its
third annual International Folk
Dance Festival 7:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Adas Shalom Social Hall.
There will be refreshments and a
prize.

member Detroit Symphony, the
musical ensemble will include the
200-voice Rackham Symphony
Choir. Maynard Klein, director of
choirs at the University of Mich-
igan and of the Rackham Choir,
will conduct the performance.

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