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February 07, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-07

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Art Show Under Way
at Sholem Aleichem

The annual art show and sale of
Sholem Aleichem Institute will be
held today through Sunday, with
oils, water colors, wall hangings,
sculpture, silver work, pottery and
jewelry on display at the institute.
Hours of the show are 11 a.m -
5 p.m. and 8:30-10:30 p.m. today;
noon-10 p.m. Saturday; and 1-5
p.m. Sunday.
A special feature this evening
will be the appearance of Paul
Winter, radio personality, con-
ducting "M^et the Artist Eve-
ning." Refreshments will be
served. There is a nominal
donation, but children will be
admitted free with an adult,
advise ticket chairmen Mrs.
Moishe Haar and Mrs. Jack
Cohen.

More than 100 Michigan profes-

sional artists are represented in
the show, according to co-chair-
men Mrs. Herbert 0. Schein and
Mrs. Lawrence Tourkow.
Among the artists are Sylvia
Chover, Harriet Gelfond, Ben
Glicker, Shirley Kallus, Louise
Nobili and Eleanor Sheiko.

*

To Hear Jason Tickton
Talk on Hebrew Music

The Sholem Aleichem Institute
will present Jason H. Tickton as
guest speaker 8:30 p.m. Feb. 15 at
the institute. The theme of the lec-
ture will be: "A Survey Of Hebrew
Music."
Tickton is a faculty member of
Wayne State University, director of
music and organist of Temple Beth
El and lecturer for the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.
He is an authority and composer
of liturgical music, performed in
over 300 temples throughout the
world, as well as an author of
many articles in a variety of pub-
lications.
The lecture will be illustrated
with recordings of famous artists
and their music. The public is in-
vited at a nominal fee. Refresh-
ments will be served.

Clement J. Weitzman
Heads_ State Realtors

Clement J. Weitzman, president
of Circle Realty Co., was elected
president of the Michigan Chapter,
Society of Industrial Realtors, for
1969. Weitzman is a member of the
Detroit Real Es-
t ate
Board.
Michigan A s s o-
ciation of R e a 1
Estate Boards,
and Michigan
State Bar. He is
a member of
Temple Beth
El, Pisgah Lodge
Weitzman
of Bnai Brit h,
Craftsman Lodge, Moslem Temple
and Crescent Shrine Club. The
Weitzmans live at 25547 Lincoln
Terrace. Oak Park.

Women of Valor

sh aarey Zedek Art Festival
Set for Feb. 22-27 h ; Ex ibit
Includes Modern Israeli Art

A comprehensive selection of
art from modern Israel will be ex-
hibited and for sale at Shaarey
Zedek, Feb. 22-27, in a show spon-
sored by the fine arts committee of
the synagogue's cultural commis-
sion. The show will be staged by
Murray S. Greenfield Gallery,
Inc., of New York and Tel Aviv.
On display will be approximately
175 paintings and sculptures, all
works of Israeli artists.
Included will be oils, water co-
lors, drawings, graphics and fo-
lios of reproductions published in
Israel. Displayed will be the
works of such well-known Israeli
artists as Reuven Rubin, Pinhas
Shaar, William Weintraub and
Moshe Gat.
The exhibit also will have the
works of prize winners never be-
, fore shown in the United States,
including Arye Rothman, whose
works have been bought by the
Polish State Museum, the National
Museum of Melbourne, Australia
and the Fogg Museum of Boston.
Displayed will be the works of
prominent American Jewish art-
ists: Ben Shahn, Jack Levine,
Moses Soyer, Raymond Katz, Els-
beth Vogel and sculptor Bert Sch-
wartz.
The show will include a exhibit
of the recently-published Savador

Mr. and Mrs. Katler
Honeymoon in Israel

Jacob Esptein scultures from the
rare collection of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Irving Feldman of Southfield.
The exhibit will open with a
champagne preview — free to
Shaarey Zedek members and
their guests—at 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day, Feb. 22, in the social
hall of the synagogue. Many
artists will be there to discuss
the works with visitors who can
view the entire display and sel-
ect the items they wish to pur-
chase.
The exhibit will contain a num-
ber of moderately-priced works to
suit the young collectors.
Murray Greenfield, who will fly
in from Israel for the event, will
deliver a lecture on art in Israel,
8:30 p.m., Feb. 24, at the syna-
gogue. He will discuss the trends
of Israeli art and the latest
achievements of her many artists.
The lecture and exhibit are open
to the public.
A resident of Israel for 21 years,
Greenfield opened a gallery in New
York eight years ago and has
been staging the Israeli art exhi-
bits throughout the United States
and Canada.
The 40-year-old Greenfield mar-
ried a Czech woman and has three
children who speak English and
Hebrew .fluently. Like othe: Israe-
lis, he spends one month each
year serving with the army and
participated in the Six-Day War.

New Orleans is in downtown
Detroit. It's at Hudson's, in the
12th floor auditorium, starting
Monday.
There will be French Quarter
buildings, some with lacy grillwork
balconies; spurting water foun-
tains; two elegant courtyards;
thousands of flowers; two magno-
lia trees transplated from Southern
soil; potted plants (some in origin-
al New Orleans pots); Pee Wee
Hunt, his trombone and band; a
marching brass band; Pirate's
Alley, where artists show their
wares; a coffee shop serving cafe
au lait and beignets (puffy little
doughnut squares); a French Mar-
ket and Mardi Gras doubloons.
It's "New Orleans And All That
Jazz," an extravanganza of music,
entertainment and spring flowers
in a startlingly real French Quar-
ter setting, and it'll be there to
see, sniff, taste and enjoy through
Feb. 22.

The National Foundation-Marct,
of Dimes provides profesional
films, technical exhibits, illustrated
booklets and slide presentations on
birth defects for use in medical
schools and symposia.

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Joy Nadene Langwald, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Langwald of
Avon Ave., Oak Park, became the
bride of Harvey Katler at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin Gron-
er officiated. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kat-
ler of Charlton Sq., Southfield.
Following a honeymoon in Is-
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There will be a "collectors cor-
ner," consisting of a gallery of Sir

`New Orleans and All
That Jazz' at Hudson's

Mesdames Michael Michlin
(left), Jack Gasman (center) and
Israel Serling will be honored with
"Woman of Valor" awards at the
Pioneer Women's Israel Bond
Luncheon noon Feb. 20 at the Jew-
ish Center. The "Woman of Valor"
is the highest category of Israel
Bond women volunteers. Mrs.
Aaron Katzman, Detroit Pioneer
Women's Council president, an-
nounced that a special feature of
the luncheon will be the prize of
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etta La Bianca • head the enter-
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The fine arts committee of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek was
created by the late Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler after some congrega-
tion members, under the leader.
ship of Myron Milgrom of South-
field, purchased Sir Jac o b
Epstein's bronze bust of Chaim
Weizmann, the first president of
the State of Israel. The price was
$5,500.
Max M. Shaye of Franklin has
been the committee's only chair-
man since its inception. Milgrom is
co - chairman. The committee's
activities are now part of the syna-
gogue's cultural commission events
which include adult education
classes, music and drama perfor-
mances and h o m e discussion
groups.
As an outgrowth of past art ex-
hibits and sales, another art
piece—a bronze by Arthur Schnei-
der entitled "The Procession"
(which can be seen in the synago-
gue foyer) — was purchased for
$3,500 by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Borman of Southfield and present-
ed to Shaarey Zedek in honor of
Rabbi Adler.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, February 7, 1969

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Additional are objects for the
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bought from monetary benefits
derived from art sales.
Two other art items—on loan to
the synagogue—are currently on
display in the foyer. One is
"Miracle II," a sculpture by Jac-
ques Lipchitz, and the other is a
collection of Judaica owned by
Michael Kaufman, which made up
the Judaism display at the New
York World's Fair in 1964-65.

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