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March 22, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-22

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ACTION IS!

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Ceccato Looks Ahead to Tour
Through Israel Next November

Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra conductor Aldo Ceccato
will present 12 concerts with
the Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra throughout Israel
next November, . the News
News was told this week,
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
writing from Vienna, said
she spoke with Ceccato on
his recent appearance in
Vienna, whefe he conducted
four concerts with the Vienna

Symphony Orchestra. Cec-
cato "is looking forward
with
great anticipation" to
6 Blks. W. of Southfield
his appearance in Israel,
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• Businessmen's Luncheons
Writeups in Vienna, were
• Complete Dinners
AT
enthusiastic after the sold-
• Banquet Facilities
out concerts, Mrs. Kozenn
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TUES.-SAT.
Chajes said.
Mme. Sandner - Froehlich,
LENNIE SCHICK
vice mayor of Vienna and
president of the Vienna
Symphony Orchestra, pre-
sented souvenir books of the
city to Ceccato and Mrs.
Fine Dining , and Cocktails
First Tri-Lingual
Kozenn Chajes. She agreed
1 0701 W. 12 Mile Rd. (Just East of Evergreen),
to head the local committee
Day High School
352-22.33
of patrons when Ceccato
Set to Open in Fall takes the Detroit orchestra
• Businessmen's Luncheons
NEW YORK — The estab- on a tour of Europe in 1976.
• Complete Dinners
lishment by Herzliah-Jewish
I OPEN MON. THRU SAT. I
Teachers College of the first
FROM. 11:30 A.M.
I
tri-lingual day high school in Channel 56 Seeks
this country will take place Goods for Auction
in September with the found-
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kogan
• WEDDINGS • SHOWERS • BAR MITZVAS
ing of a communal, nonde- are honorary chairmen of the
• PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
nominational Jewish day high
1974 Channel 56 (WTVS)
school in New York. It will
Auction which will beheld
be the first in the country
May 4-11 at the station to
where the Yiddish language
raise funds to meet the op-
and literature will be taught,
along with Hebrew and erating costs of the public
service station. By FCC
general studies.
regulation, the station cannot
The
Judaic
studies
will
Private Rooms for
t z
have two parallel programs, have commercials.
• Bar Mitzvos • Weddings • Showers
Each year lo-cal merchants
for
students with and without
• Sweet Sixteens • Saks Meetings
a Yiddish and Hebrew back- are solicited for auction
• Bowling Parties and all occasion affairs
ground, The Jewish studies items. Donations must be
Ixt
29515 Southfield, North of 12
will include Hebrew and new anad worth at least $25.
Call 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon. thru Sat.
Yiddish language and litera- To donate merchandise, call
ture, Jewish life, Bible and Auction Central, 873-7200.
Among the chairmen are
history.
For Further Info
The general studies will Mrs. Richard Barnett, talent;
prepare students for college. Miss Dot Cohn, post auction;
A campaign for $400,000 is Dr. Irving Friedman, ware-
under way to meet the capi- house; Mrs. Larry Hack,
tal seeds of the school and models; Mrs. Morton Her-
the deficit anticipated during man, personnel; Dollie
the formative years. The Lewis, processing; Mrs. Irv-
sum of $150,000 has thus far ing Protetch, supplies; Mrs.
Harvey Rubin, special board;
been pledged.
COCKTAILS BEING SERVED
The school is headed by Sharon Ruben, special gifts;
Jacob Katzman, president of Mrs. Michael Steinberg,
the Herzliah-Jewish Teach- scheduling; and Mrs. Ronald
Featuring Food Prepared Before You
ers College. Interested par- Stone, Go-Getter.
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' • Businessmen's Luncheons
• Complete 'Dinners
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Day High School, Herzliah- Olympia to Air Bout
5 p.m. to 10 p.M.
Jewish Teachers College, 69 of Norton, Foreman
16825 MIDDLEBELT
Closed Mondays
427-3170
Just South of 6 Mile
Bank, New York, N.Y. 10014.
Ken Norton will take on
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R.L„r s. A ,HuRs.
2 s.,0 0 „,TUES.

Pulitzer Prize-winning play-
wright Arthur Miller will
turn actor for the premiere
production of his "From the
Creation," to be produced
April 23-28 in the Power Cen-
ter for the Performing Arts
Cr- the University of Michi-
gan campus.
Produced by U. of M.'s Pro-
fessional Theater Program,
N* the play will be directed ny
Richard D. Meyer, director
),
of U. of M. Theater Pro-
grams. The play is scored by
Stanley Silverman.
Tickets are available at the
central ticket office of the
professional theater program,
and at Hudson's in Detroit.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, March 22, 1974-31

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For choice seats please mail early by sending check payable to
Olympia Stadium, 5920 Grand River, Detroit, Michigan 48208.
Enclosed self-addressed stamped envelope. Allow one week for
mail orders. Tickets may be purchased at Olympia Stadium Box

Office no later than 24 hours prior to the performance date. Tickets
on availability basis only with no refunds or exchanges. For ticket
and group arrangements information call-895-7000.

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