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Hilielj PTO tc$Spon,sor.
Folk Dance Saturday
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The PTO of Hiflel Day school
will sponsor a square and Israeli
folk dance 8.30 p.m. Saturday at
Entertainment and guidance will
be provided by profesisonal caller
Pat Schultheis and Israeli dancer
Jacob Davidovich. Included are an
Israeli-style_buffet and prizes.
For - information, call Edith
Roth, 548-1692, Shirley Heiman,
544-9367, or Ceci Rosen, 353-7885.
The women's division of the 1971 ed to make sure that every the $43,800 which it raised in 1970,
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel woman is reached for her pledge according to Mrs. Snider and Mrs.
Emergency Fund will take to the and for the motor corps drivers William Gross, executive chairman •
telephones during the week of who will pick up the gifts at the of Phonogift.
Dr. Avram Biran, director of the
March 7-14 to -reach 10,000 women homes of the donors, Mrs. Snider
said. Women wishing to partici- department of archeology— and -an-
with.a vital message.
for thelsfaeli government,
The annual Phonogift, under the pate are invited to call Mrs.
Morris IL Brown, director of the will speak to the Phonogift volun-
chairmanship of --
division, at the Jewish - Welfare teers at- a briefing meeting 12:15
Mrs. Charles Sn•
p.m. Wednesday at the United He-
Federation, WO 5-3939.
der, raises funds
Phonogift is seeking to double brew Schools.
for the health
welfare and edu-
Fifty-five per cent of the world's in Detroit, as well.
as life-saving pro
For Gad -Phetogropiss
harbors via the St. Lawrence Sea- grams overseas
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in 30 countries
The Chamber Music Society of born in Tel Aviv and studied at
Detroit will present the Tel Aviv the Julliard. School of Music; New
String Quartet in concert 8:30 p.m. York. On completion of his studies,
quarters in the Mrs. Snider
he toured the United States, as con-
United Hebrew Schools on 12 Mile March 17 at the Community Arts cert-master and soloist of "Lon-
Wadilags- Bar Milian*
Rd., Southfield, nearly 1,000 women Auditorium of Wayne State Uni- gines"- Orchestra. After six years
Distinctive party Pliondes
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will work in shifts from 9 a.m. to versity.
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All first chair musicians in the with the Pittsburgh Orchestra; he
5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday;
to Israel and joined the
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and 7 to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, returned
Thursday. The Sunday schedule is the members of the string quartet Israel
where he at present holds the posi-
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Additional volunteers are need- Breuer, violin; Daniel Benyamini, tion of assistant concertmaster.
Benyamini, also born in Tel
viola; and Uzi Wiesel, cello. Ac-
companying them will be Yona Ett- Aviv, is wholly Israel-trained. He
at the Shulamith Conserv-
who plays first clarinet
atory in Tel Aviv and is a grad-
with the Israel Philharmonic.
Jerusalem Academy of
Their program will include
Mrs. Walter Carlyle Shaw Jr. of
Music. He. joined the Israel Phil-
Sarasota and Mr. Walter Carlyle works by Mozart, Brahms and harmonic Orchestra in 1950. Today
Shaw Jr. of Pittsburgh and Chau- Joseph Tal, former director of he is the leader of the viola sec-
Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vicki Carroll
tauqua, N.Y. announce the engage_ the Israel Academy of Music tion.
ment of their daugther Gayle Pat- and creator of the Center of Elec-
Breuer was born in Austria
terson Shaw to Andrew Louis tronic Music.
and came to Israel as a child.
Formed in 1959, the group has
Camden, son of Mrs. Florence
He graduated from the Israel
Camden of Woodstock Dr., and
Academy of Music in Tel Aviv
Mr. Joseph Camden of Griggs Ave. most European countries.
and atter three years as concert
Taub, leader of the quartet, was master of the Zabel (Ariny)
Miss Shaw attended Lindenwood
College, St. Charles, Mo. ._and is
Symphony Orchestra, joined the
a graduate of the Art InAitute of
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Pittsburgh's school of interior de- Miss Andrea Sdiwartz
Wiesel, a graduate of the Israel
sign. Her fiance was graduated to Marry - .Gerald Tolle" Academy of Music in Tel Aviv,
from Michigan State University
for further studies to Julliard,
and received his masters degree
which awarded him its highest
Tel.Aviv String Quartet to Play Here
in Concert for Chamber Music Group
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ly with the Tel Aviv String Quartet
since its formation. A member of
the the Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra since 1947, he was nomin-
ated to the post of first clarinetist
by Serge Koussevitsky in 1950.
Born in Germany, be came to
Israel at age 9. His world-
- wide tours as soloist with string
quartets, orchestras and piano
have prompted several Israeli
composers to write special works
MISS ANDREA SCHWARTZ
for him, many of them already
published. He is on the staff of
Mr. and Mrs. P. Schwartz of the Academy of Music in Tel
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Mr. and Mrs. Marc Fryd of
ment of • their daughter Marilyn
to Rabbi William Schostak, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Schostak
W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park, an- Aviv.
of Winchester Dr., Southfield
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prize on graduating in 1954. A year
_earlier he had received the Piati-
gorski Award in Tanglewood. In
1957, he was the winner of a sec-
ond prize at the International Cel-
lo Contest in Moscow. He also
spent a few months with Pablo
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through March 21 at Meadow
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then move to the Detroit Insti-
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MISS MARCY BECKER
Mr. and Mrs. David Becker • of
Greenview Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Marcy
Lynn to Stuart Joel Feldman, son
of Mr. Irvin Feldman of Meyers
Rd. and Mrs. Sylvia Feldman of
Northgate Blvd., Oak Park.
The wedding will be held in
832-2730, or the J. L. Hudson