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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 15, 1981-

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Cantorial Music Will Be Main Feature
in Steinberg-Chalat Concert This Sunday

Talks Delayed

"The Art of the Cantor"
will be the theme of Temple
Israel's sixth annual
Mildred S. Steinberg-
Get Acquainted
Andrew Chalat Memorial
SPECIAL
Concert at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
at the temple.
New or Transferred
The procrram will feature
the tenor bMikhail Alexan-
drovich; Cantor Sarah
Sager of Fairmount Temple,
Cleveland; and Cantor
Norman Summers of Cong.
■ ■
Bnai Jeshurun, Short Hills,
ALEXANDROVICH CANTOR SAGER , CANTOR SUMMERS
with this ad
N.J.
SCOTT STERN
For
25
years
Alexan-
(except
B.C.
Pills)
1
premiere of Rossini's "La phonies and has composed
granted an exit
drovich was one of the finally
Gazzetta" in Barga, Italy, for the synagogue.
visa
in
1972,
and
made
his
Soviet Union's most cele-
and has filmed the role of
Making his debut at the
first
appearance
that
brated concert artists, ap-
Juliet for European televi- concert will be 13-year-old
pearing in some 6,000 con- year in Israel as singer sion.
Scott Stern, son of Mr. and
cantor.
certs and selling more than and
A graduate of the Mrs. Norton Stern. The
Cantor Sager, invested at
20 million records.
the School of Sacred Music, School of Sacred Music, young musician has been
He received many invi- is a Phi Beta Kappa Cantor Summers re- playing the organ at special
tations to perform graduate of Brown Univer- ceived his musical train- services of Temple Israel for
I 4248 Orchard Lake Rd.
abroad, but was denied sity and holds a master's ing at the University of the past two years.
-
682-5610
I
permission because of his
The concert is open to
1 Emergency Phone No. I expressed hope to im- d e gree from the New Toronto Royal Conser- the
community at no
vatory
of
Music.
England
Conservatory
of
IL ow as .:6151.1
620 6.
migrate to Israel. He was
A past president of the charge; however, tickets
Music.
In addition to her pulpit American Conference of must be obtained from
responsibilities, Cantor Cantors, he is on the faculty Temple Israel, 661-5700.
The program is made
Sager has performed exten- of the School of Sacred
sively. She has sung here Music and the board of cer- possible by Myron S. Stein-
and abroad with the Can- tification of Hebrew Union berg, a charter member of
Temple Israel, in memory of
15 Minutes North
tica Hebraica and with sev- College.
He
is
the
recipient
of
his wife and grandson.
eral
of
the
country's
opera
of Tel-Twelve Mall
many vocal awards, has ap-
companies.
2225 Dixie Hwy.
She sang in the world peared with many sym-

CAIRO — Talks betwen
Israel, Egypt and the U.S.
on a Sinai peacekeeping
force have been delayed a
week at the request of the
U.S. for "procedural rea-
sons."

FANTASTIC PRICES
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Israel Consul General Naim
to Speak at Temple Israel

GRAND OPENING SALE

Asher Naim, consul gen-
eral of Israel, will speak at
Temple Israel, at Sabbath
services 8:30 p.m. today.
Sponsorship is by the
temple and the Detroit Dis-
trict, Zionist Organization
of America, according to

ELI "MISTER HAT" APT

Has joined their staff as new
and used car sales consul-
tant. He invites his friends &
customers to -come in and
see the

Super Deals On Our

New 1981 Buicks &
One Owner Quality Used Cars

IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO
BE BAR/MITZVAH.

We are all aware that there are many Jewish men who, for a
variety of reasons, never had the moving spiritual experience of
being Bar-Mitzvah. A number of congregations have offered men
in this category the opportunity to experience this milestone in
one's Jewish spiritual development. We would, therefore, like to
offer this opportunity to Jewish men in the greater Detroit area. If
you are interested, please call or write us. We will arrange for the
necessary study program and for the Bar-Mitzvah service and
Kiddush.

Our phone is 961-9328. You may also call Dr. Eugene Stone
(President of our synagogue) at 775-0622.

DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE

1457 Griswold (corner of Clifford).

Noah M. Gamze, Rabbi

Dr. Eugene Stone, President

CALL FOR
APPOINTMENT

i

851-7333

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the appearance of Molly
Picon 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The concert is sponsored
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ASHER NAIM

Stanley Millman, president
of Temple Israel, and Sid-
ney Silverman, ZOD
president.
Naim, dean of the Consu-
lar' Corps Association of
Philadelphia, will' speak on
"The Prospect of Peace in an
Unstable Middle East."
At the service, the Bat
Mitzva of Jill Gampel will
be observed.
The community is in-
vited.

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THE FRUIT OF THE VINE

Tribute to Israel

MONTREAL (JTA) — An
estimated 1,500 people par-
ticipated in Israel Indepen-
dence Day celebrations at
the Expo Theater in
downtown Montreal last
Thursday night and a
memorial for Israel's war
dead. Yitzhak Mayer, the
Consul General of Israel,
urged Jewish youth to settle
in Israel.
The Independence Day
program featured Israeli
and Canadian entertainers.
A reception was held for the
diplomatic corps and Cana-
dian political and public
figures at the Israeli Consu-
late earlier in the day.

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