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September 27, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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Symphony to Perform Bloch Service

Ernest Bloch's "Sacred Serv-
ice," the first large-scale choral-
orchestral work written for the
synagogue by a major composer,
will be performed 8:30 p.m. Sat-
uraday by the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra in Ford Auditorium.
Leslie Guinn, baritone, and the
Rackham Symphony Choir will
join the orches-
tra, under Sixten
Ehrling's direc-
tion.
On Thursday
evening, Ehrling
also led the or-

1880 and died in Portland, Ore.,

in 1959.

Leslie Guinn, who is making his
first appearance with the Detroit
Symphony, has performed in op-
era and in concert at the Brevard,
Chatauqua and Marlboro music
festivals and with many U.S. or-
chestras.
The Rackham Symphony Choir
is conducted by Maynard Klein,
who is also director of choirs at
the University of Michigan.
Sena Jurinac, the renowned
Yogoslavian soprano, will be solo-
ist at the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra's opening Kresge Concert
of the season on Saturday evening,
Oct. 5. The concert will be given
in Ford Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.
Sixten Ehrling will conduct.

SINCE FRIENDS have found out chestra in Bloch's
that Sid Sachs did the layout and work.
This is the
art work for the Detroit Tigers
1968 World Series Souvenir Book, orchestra's first
perform-
he has been besieged for tickets
. . . But the only ticket he has is ance of the
eel em n• me I= mi
me um
the one given to him by an fin- Bloch composi-
BREAKFAST CLUB 1
sympathic policeman who didn't tion, com-
care when Sid told him his mind pleted in 1933.
was on finishing up the book .. . The text of the
I
SPECIALS!
Bloch
No, the cop didn't ask for any Sabbath morn-
NOTE OUR
NEW HOURS
ing service,
1■■

■•1,
tickets!
I
for baritone (cantor), chorus
MIKE SUMNER tells of the and orchestra is drawn from
MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m. ,
Orthodox Jewish lady in Windsor
FRI.
&
SAT.
7
a.m.-1
a.m.

the Union Prayerbook for
who was deeply distressed when Jewish Worship, the official
CLOSED SUNDAY
Space Available for Small
her only son fell in love with a prayerbook of English-speaking
Meetings
girl with red hair, a turned-up Reform congregations. Bloch
nose and an Irish brogue . . . She himself wrote of the work that
I
grumbled about the situation for "in its great simplicity and va-

weeks, but one day turned up for riety, it embodies a philosophy
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her weekly poker game in high acceptable to all men."
Green.8 Shopping Center
good humor . -. . "That girl my boy
Bloch was born in Geneva in ma ma ••
is making eyes at," she announced,
"is Jewish after all. I got a look
at her compact last night when
we all went to the movies together,
and there was her name plain as
day — HELENA RUBINSTEIN."
RICHARD FARBMAN, 4-year-
old son of Harold and Rose Farb-
man, watched his mother try on a
new dress ... "You sure are beau-
tiful," he said. "You look just like
Abraham Lincoln."
WHILE SITTING UNDER t h e
dryer at the beauty shop, recently,
Ruth Lafer chanced to overhear a
comment made by a woman, who
was anticipating in-law problems
already though her daughter only
a short time ago had become en-
gaged . . . The woman had re-
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marked to her beautician, "I like
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5 TO 8 P.M.
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Open 9:30 to 8:30 P.M. — Closed Monday
ply the kind of woman who makes
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lokshen kugel and doesn't even
Carry-Out Service
3 Blks. N. of 12 Mile
play cards. "
CHINESE FOODS
ROY DANULOFF was on the
scene when a scout car pulled over
Henry Yee's
an out-of-state motorist and the of-
ficer told him he was going to give
Exotic CocktaiLs
him a ticket for driving without a
tail light ... The motorist got out
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OUR NEW TEMPLE ROOM IS DELIGHTFUL FOR
cantonese cuisine
all that." . . . The motorist ex-
SWEET SIXTEENS, SHOWERS AND PRIVATE
plained, "It's not the tail light
PARTIES.
I'm worried about. What's become
1 Blk. N. of Free Parking
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Blvd. at Seville Hotel
DR. FELIX ROSENWACH re-
lays the story of a young doctor
Specializing in
friend who hung up his shingle in
Cantonese Food
a small town and waited for his
Open Daily 11 a.m.-11 p.m. — Sat. 11 crn.-2 a.m.
first patient . . . Some days later,
Free Parking
Carry-Out Service
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13715 W. 9 MILE RD., OAK PARK
tells Dr. Rosenwach, one arrived—
covered from head to foot with an
CHINESE-AMERICAN
RESTAURANT
angry, dangerous-looking rash . . .
Lunches Dinners - Carry Out
The puzzled young medico hastily
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OPEN: SUN., NOON-10:30 P.M.;
consulted his text books but could
MON. thru THURS., 11-1640 P.M.
find no help there . . . Finally he
FRI., 11.1 A.M.; SAT., 114 A.M.
said to the patient, "Did you ever
Open 11 a.m. to
have this affliction before?" . . .
3 cam. Deily
"Oh, sure, dos, " the patient re-
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Chop
Sney

Cantonese
Food • Steaks • Chops • Sea Food
plied. "I've had it twice before."
EASY PARKING
CARRY OUT SERVICE
. . . "Well,- damnation," diagnosed
TO 8-7550
329 W. McNichols, Bet. Woodward & Second
the doctor, -"you've got it again."
DR. ROSENWACH'S best-known
VISIT THE
tale is about the doctor who ex-
amined - a very pretty new patient
carefully, then beamed, "Mrs.
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Atherton, I've got good news for
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don me, doctor, it's MISS Ather-
ton." . . . "Oh," said the doctor.
"Well, Miss Atherton, I've got

bad news for you."
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When dressed for the evening„
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the girls now-a-days
Chinese-American Cuisine
Scarce an atom of dress on-them
20441 W. - 8 MILE RD., 4 Blks. W. of Evergreen
leave;
Nor blame them; for what- is an
Specializing in
evening dress
Cantonese Family Dinners '
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
But a dress that is suited for Eve?
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Friday, September 27, 1968-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mon. thru Fri. 1140:30 p.m.
a.m. San. 12 Noon - 10 p.m.

sat. 10 - 1

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