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Julius, Annette Chafes Team Up
Friday, May 23, 1969-31
for Hadassah Donor Luncheon Susan D. TI inick to Be
Lion of the composer, Paul Paray
Julius and Annette Chajes
and the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra premiered Chajes' Piano Con-
certo with the composer at the
piano. His opera, "Out of the Des-
ert" was commissioned and per-
formed by Temple Israel in 1966.
Mrs. Chajes, a native of Pennsyl-
vania, attained her vocal training
in Philadelphia and New York. She
was winner of an all-state competi-
tion and appeared in concerts and
recitals throughout the East. She
was soloist in the largest conserva-
tive synagogue in Philadelphia for
eight years prior to coming to De-
troit, and has been featured on both
Room At The BOHM
Mr. Aller's June Bride
Members of the Metropolitan De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah who
have contributed $75 or more dur-
ing the past year to Hadassah's radio and television.
various projects will be guests at
Since coming to Detroit she has
the first annual donnor luncheon been
heard often as soloist and
June 3 at Raleigh House.
has performed for organizations
Mrs. Norman Rosenfeld, chair- both here and in Canada. Her
man of the day, stated that a repertoire includes songs in He-
MISS SUSAN WINICK
sherry hour will precede the lunch- brew, as well as arias, art songs
eon, and a musical program fea- and musical comedy selections.
and Mrs. William Winick of
turing Julius and Annette Chajes
Mrs. David Schwartz, chapter Courtland Ave., Oak Park, an-
donor chairman, will be assisted nounce the engagement of their
Julius Chajes, director of the by Mrs. William Gross and Mrs. daughter Susan Diane to Michael
Decor galore — gifts and more!
Men's Clubs I
Temple Beth El elected Gordon
S. Gard president at its 50th annual
meeting Tuesday. Other officers
elected were Albert D. Blatnikoff
and Harold Law-
son, vice presi-
dents; Philip M.
Jerome L. Reiss,
Stuart A. Graff,
tary. The follow-
ing were elected
to the board of
directors for a
two-year t erm: Gard
Dr. Morey Fire-
stone, John Gaylord, Morton G.
Gottesman, Harold Josephson,
George Karden, Dr. Stanley H.
Levy, Isadore E. Malin, Herbert L.
Miller, Rodman N. Myers, Donald
Pearl, Robert L. Rosenbush and
Harvey E. Schatz. The following
will remain on the board of direc-
tors: Paul J. Dizik, Herbert L. Eb-
ner, William M. Harris, Aid Kush-
ner, Richard H. Love, Lee J.
Marks, Marvin Novick, Ellis Rabb,
Ivan Scholnick, Douglas Schubot,
Markus S. Simon and Frederick
Winkelman. Gard, a confirmand of
the temple, served as a vice presi-
dent of its Married Group. He has
been active in the men's club as a
board member and officer. Gard is
a member of Knollwood Country
Club, Town and Country Club and
Perfection Masonic Lodge.
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S
CLUB will hear William S. Broom-
field, Congressman from the 18th
District of Michigan, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at t h e synagogue.
Rep. Broomfield, a member of the
Foreign Affairs Committee of the
House, will speak on "The World
Today," with particular emphasis
on the problems confronting the
Middle East. Wives and guests are
invited. Admission is free.
ORLEANS • .-.
Jewish Center Symphony Orches- Seymour Wohlman, arrangements Craig Aller.
tra, is a concert pianist and corn- chairmen. For information on eligi-
Mr. Aller is the son of Mrs.
poser. He gave his first recital and bility and reservations, call Hadas- Charles H. Aller of North Park Dr.,
wrote his first composition at age sah, BR 3 - 5441.
Southfield, and the late Mr. Aller.
9 in Lwow, Poland, where he was
Group citation awards will be
Miss Winick and her fiance plan
born. In 1933, he was honor prize
to marry June 29.
winner at the first international j presented at this event.
competition for pianists in Vienna.
A year later, he was named head
of the piano department at the
Music College in Tel Aviv.
Coming to the United States in
1937, he was engaged to play
three recitals in New York's
Town Hall. Chajes came to De-
troit in 1940, and he has been
conductor of the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra since. In recent
years he has concertized and
conducted his compositions in
major European capitals, in Is-
rael and throughout the United
States and Canada.
"Shabbat Shalom," a Sabbath
evening service by Chajes, had its
world premiere in New York's
Temple Emanu-El under the direc-
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