Tel Aviv String Quartet Captures
Hearts of Detroit Music Lovers
Dedicates Israel Park
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 19, 1971-35
Part of the secret of success
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The presi- in life is to eat what you like and
have the skilled accompaniment of
Yona Ettlinger, clarinetist. They dent of the Chase Manhattan Bank, let the food fight it out inside.—
David Rockefeller, on a recent four- Mark Twain.
will long be remembered here.
day visit to Israel, dedicated a new
Their concert Wednesday eve- 21
ning at Wayne State University's /2-acre park and children's play-
Community Arts Auditorium, was ground in East Jerusalem named
after his brother, Gov. Nelson A.
a marked triumph.
They began their concert by in- Rockefeller. The funds for the
troducing to the audience that park's construction have been do-
nearly filled the auditorium a new nated by one of the governor's
20233 W. 7 Mile
composition by a leading Israeli admirers, Robert I. Wishnick of
2 blocks W. of Evergreen
New York and the Eli Wishnick
musician, Tal's "String Quartet Foundation.
Then followed the expert rendi-
tions of Mozart's "Quartet No. 8"
March 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. and Brahms' "Quintet in B Minor road from the Old City Wall, in an
Allan Zumberg (Eileen Harelik), for Clarinet and Strings."
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
23110 Parklawn, Oak Park, a son,
Clarinetist Ettlinger provided is visited mainly by Arab children.
In the presence of Arab notables,
added reason for enthusiasm with
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which the Israeli musicians were Mayor Teddy Kollek welcomed
March 10 — To Dr. and Mrs. greeted here.
Rockefeller, his wife and his daugh-
Gary R. Rosenblatt (Ethel Man-
The concert was sponsored by ter Peggy. He said, "This is an
dell), 23798 Wendy, Southfield, a the Chamber Music Society of De- example of how things should be
son, Marc Howard.
troit. Its 27th consecutive season done: A Jew in New York honors
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gained added endorsement here a gentile in New York by building
I wish to express my
March 10—To Mr. and Mrs. for sponsoring the ablest artists. a playground in a far-away coun-
Michael Corman (Sharon Lee Sal-
Dr. Zalman Konikow, president of try for Jewish and Arab children.
deepest thanks to all my
len), 24250 Geneva, Oak Park, the Chamber Music Society, an- This is a symbolic affair."
a daughter, Amy Jennifer
Kollek handed Rockefeller a
friends and relatives for the
nounced that the season's activities
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will close on April 20 with a sonata medal for presentation to his broth-
many cards and gifts they
March 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Har- recital by Jaime Laredo, violinist, er, and Rockefeller gave a short
vey Raimi (Hermaine Klein),
sent me during my illness at
Rockefeller said that he had
27321 Dequindre, Madison Heights,
a son, Michael Sean.
BIG BANDS or
and more willingness to come
up with constructive and flexible
March 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Eu-
proposals than ever before in
gene L. Fealk (Claudia Selitsky),
Cairo, Beirut and Amman. He
former Detroiters of Camp Pen-
recalled that he had been to
dleton, Calif., a daughter, Dawn.
Cairo three times in the past
WALTHAM, Mass.—For a hand- seven years and had held discus.
March 6—To Mr. and Mrs. ful of children with a little known
sions with the late President
David S. Berman (Janet R. Bil- skin disease, normal exposure to
let), 15028 Houghton, Livonia, a sunlight is deadly.
Rockefeller said there was "rea-
son, Jefferey Lawrence.
A Brandeis University bio- son for modest hope" in the Arabs'
chemist, Dr. Lawrence Grossman, new interest in peace. He said he
March 4—To Mr. and Mrs. is seeking to understand how this was also encouraged by the greatly
Stephen Ziff (Barbara Metz), 1907 disease—Xeroderma pigmentosum weakened position of the extremist
Panmenter, Royal Oak, a son, —affects cells in such a way that fedayeen and in the increasingly
they lack the mechanism whereby moderate stand adopted by even
normal cells repair damage done the radical Arab governments.
March 4--To,,Mr,, and Mrs. Joel to them by the ultraviolet radia-
Rockefeller thought Israel should
M. She4::ili*igiaiet Goodman ) , tion of the sun.
"seize the opportunity" offered by
17350 .- Dorset, -' Southfield, a son
In victims of Xeroderma pigmen- the new trend in the Arab world.
tosum, this repair mechanism, A just peace, said Rockefeller,
which. Dr. Grossman calls the would give proper recognition to
March 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. "error - correcting mechanism,"
the sovereign rights of all the
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision. Certificate on request.
Michael Lesnick (Mona Rothstein), does not function, and the lesions states
in the area.
24581 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a which result from exposure to
Asked about Arab feelings to-
daughter, Stacey Susan.
sunlight become cancerous. The
wards the United States, Rocke-
children eventually die, never hav-
"1" March 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ing reached adulthood. There are feller said they were largely hos-
ard Rosenberg (Susan Shlim), about 150 reported cases of the tile due to what they considered
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to be overwhelming American sup-
16209 Templar Cir., Southfield, a disease worldwide.
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port for Israel at the expense of
son, Adam David.
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"For those patients who have the Arabs. For this reason there
survived 20 some odd years," Dr.
March 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Alex , Grossman said, "their unpleasant was no chance for resumption of
Weiler (Vera Klein of Detroit), existence is accompanied by in-
and Washington until a settlement
of Brooklyn, a son, Jason David.
cessant numbers of operations to had been reached, he said.
remove the tumors. Exposure to
Rockefeller took umbrage at the
Feb. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. David sunlight is deadly.
Hersh Bryman (Susan Bartmas-
"Children cannot play outside, repeated insinuations by newsmen
ser), former Detroiters, of Los
and must be covered when they that his interest in the Middle East
Angeles, a d a u g h t e r, Janis do go out. There are salves
was motivated by oil and finance.
which do block out some of the He agreed that the region's enor-
25211 TELEGRAPH ROAD
radiation, but they are really mous oil resources were a factor
that "cannot be overlooked" al-
To Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Dvorin , very ineffectual." There
(across from Raleigh House)
(Lorraine Saginaw), former De- other alternatives at present.
though it was of far greater im-
troiters of - Rochester, N.Y., a son,
One in the usual series of en- portance to western Europe and
zymes within the error-correcting,
But any possible question of oil
mechanism is missing or not func-
tioning in the Xeroderma pigmen- property expropriation, he said,
tosum cells, making the series in- was totally eclipsed by the much
more profound question of peace.
Dr. Grossman's research team
has succeeded in isolating and S. Oakland Concert Group
purifying four of these enzymes. to Bring In Luboff Choir
They believe there are at least five.
"The next question is whether During 25th Season
The Southern Oakland Commu-
the introduction of a specific en-
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enzymes now lacking in the cells
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formation," he said.
With all of the enzyme cata-
This concert, and three others to
lysts present, Xeroderma cell be announced after the artists'
theoretically could repair dam-
selection meeting April 3, will be
age done to its genetic material for all who join the association
arising from ultraviolet radiation during its campaign week of
and certain mutation-producing March 29-April 3.
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To solve the problem of Xeroder- at the former Salvation Army
ma pigmentosum, the virus which building, 703 S. Center, Royal Oak,
contains the right sequence of nu- 399-8780. Before that time, Mrs.
cleotides and which, therefore, Robert Davis, membership chair-
could direct the synthesis of the man, can be reached at 542-7583.
missing enzyme, must be found.
Before joining the Brandeis fac-
17520 W. 12 Mile
ulty, Dr. Grossman was a research
biochemist at the National Insti-
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while at Brandeis.
It is called Tel Aviv String Quar-
tet. Its composition of tried mu-
sicians, all members of the widely
acclaimed Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra. Its members,
Chaim Taub and Menahem Breu-
er, violinists; Daniel Benyamini,
violinist, and Uzi Wiesel, cellist,
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