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February 13, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-13

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activities in Society

Three Detroit executives of Jewish communal agencies will be in
Cleveland this weekend for a conference to develop programs to help
meet the critical manpower shortage in agencies. Man D. Handel, di-
rector of social planning for the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit;
Gerald Goldstein, assistant director of Jewish Vocational Service-Com-
munity Workshop; and Irwin Shaw, director of the Jewish Community
Center, are attending the two-day meeting. The Midwestern Manpower
Conference has been convened by the Bureau for Careers in Jewish
Service in cooperation with the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, National Jewish Welfare Board and the Jewish Occupa-
tional Council.
Cong. Beth Shalom education director Sidney Selig was a partici-
pant at the executive board meeting of the summer activites commit-
teen of the United Synagogue of America's commission on education in
New York City.
Mrs. Sarah Levin of Greenfield Rd. has returned from a two-month
stay with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levin of Encino, Calif.,
during which she attended the Bar Mitzva of her grandson Danny.
The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Bodzin, 16080 Templar Cir., Southfield.
Members of Sigma Delta, Tau Sorority at Wayne State University,
are holding their formal winter rush.

Young Violinist, Conductor
to Team Up at Akiva Concert

Young violinist Madeline Schatz
will appear for the first time with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in
the second annual concert spon-
sored by the Akiva Hebrew Day
School, 8 p.m. Feb. 22 in Ford
Auditorium.
Mischa Mischokoff, former con-
certmaster of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will be given
special recognition at the concert
for his dedication and contribution
to classical music.
Sergiu Comissiona, musical di-
rector of the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra, will conduct, in Ber-
lioz' Overture to "Roman Carni-
val," Ben Haim's Three Move-
ments (from "Israel"), Bruch's
Concert No. 1 for Violin and Or-
chestra and Franck's Symphony in
D minor.
Proceeds will benefit the Akiva
Hebrew Day School, which has

Center to Build
Outdoor Pool at
10 Mile Branch

Albert M. Colman, chairman of
the summer program committee
of the Jewish Center, announces
the Center has received a permit
to construct an outdoor children's
swimming pool at the 10 Mile
branch of the Jewish Center.
The pool is to be available this
summer, providing expanded op-
portunities for recreational and in-
structional swim and shortening
travel time for youngsters who live
in the suburbs. Depth of the water,
approximately 31/2 feet, can be
lowered for younger children. In
addition to this pool, deep water
swim and diving instruction will
continue at the Meyers Rd. Center.
A lifeguard and pool staff will
be on duty at 10 Mile, in addi-
tion to the regular summer pro-
gram staff.
Summer transportation to North-
west Detroit and suburban areas
again will be available.
The Center summer programs
will consist of two four-week ses-
sions, June 22-July 17 and July
20-Aug. 14. There also will be a
Teen Camp program consisting of
a three-week session June 29-July
17 and a four-week session July
20-Aug. 14.
The 1970 summer brochure soon
will be available. Nonmembers
may receive a brochure , by calling
group services, DI 14200.

About things on which the public
thinks long, it commonly attains
to think right.
—Samuel Johnson

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 13, 1970-27

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LARGE SELECTION FOR CASUAL, AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEAR.
Comissiona has been musical di-
IMPORTANT VARIETY OF LEATHERS AND COLORS INCLUDING SOME
rector of the Goteborg Symphony
since 1966 and has conducted some
HAND NEEDLEPOINTS, BEADED, GOLD AND SILVER IMPORTS.
of the world's best known and re-
spected orchestras. Among them
are the symphony orchestras of
London, Berlin, Haifa, Detroit and
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permanent conductor of the Ramat
Gan Chamber Orchestra, and has
also conducted the Romanian State
Opera, Romanian State Philhar-
monic Orchestra, the Israel Phil-
harmonic and numerous other or-
chestras.
Miss Schatz, daughter of a De-
troit area rabbi, is just at the
beginning of her concert career.
She has studied with Heimann
Weinstine, Edice Shapiro and
currently Joseph Gingold. The
Aspen School of Music and the
University of Southern California
Social to Honor Dean
are the two institutions at which
of Talmudical Academy, she received most of her train-
ing.
Rabbi S. Wasserman
She has been a member of and
DRESSES
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The 15th annual melave malka soloist with many student orches-
VERY SPECIAL GROUP AT
in honor of the West Coast Tal- tras and recently soloed with the
mudicalAcademy
Pasadena Symphony and the Phoe-
will be held 8:30
nix Symphony on their Young
COATS
p.m. at Yeshivath
Artists Series.
GREAT SELECTION AT
Beth Yehudah.
Mischokoff
was
concertmaster
Special guest
for 15 years with the NBC Sym-
will be the dean
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phony under Toscanini prior to his
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tenure with the Detroit Symphony
Rabbi Simcha
Orchestra,
which
was
from
1952
to
Wasserman, who
1968.
was dean of the
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Local friends of
the rabbi will
Is Coming to Detroit
HAIR BOWS
meet with him.
WITH COMP—LIMIT 1
Rabbi Benjamin Shandalov, di-
Friends are in-
rector
of
Camp
Moshava,
Wild-
Rabbi
vited to the fund-
rose, Wis., will be in Detroit March
raising gathering. Wasserman
1-3, to inform Detroiters about
this summer's camp activities.
2.50 value SCARF
On March 1, at 2 p.m., Rabbi
Shandalov will speak and show
WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF $10 OR MORE (Limit 1 per customer)
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slides of Camp Moshava at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. Parents and
their children are invited. Appli-
cants will be provided with mate-
Sale Through Saturday, Feb. 14ht Only
rial, and refreshments will be
All Soles Final . . . Limited quantities
served.
The following Monday, Rabbi
Shandalov will confer with prin-
cipals of local day schools and
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address children in Jewish schools
at the Fabulous Carillon Hotel. Hotel with meals for two.
on the objectives of the camp pro-
Transportation Not Included. Compliments of Elkin Travel.
gram.
Last year, 45 Detroit boys and
girls attended Camp Moshava,
located on 240 acres of hilly ter-
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