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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, January 8, 1982

Violinist Featured With DSO

Violinist Kathleen Wink-
ler will be the featured sol-
oist with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra on Thurs-
day and Jan. 17 at Ford Au-
ditorium.
The DSO will be led by
guest conductor John Nel-
son of the Indianapolis
Symphony Orchestra. The
program will inclde
Druchman's "Prism,"
Mozart's Violin Concerto
No. 4 and Schumann's
Symphony No. 2 in C. Opus
61.
Miss Winkler made her
professional debut at age 17
when she soloed four times
with the Philadelphia Or-
chestra. Since then, she has
appeared as a soloist and re-
citalist throughout the
United States and Europe.

Most recently, Miss
Winkler appeared with
the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony, the Helsingborg
Symfoniorkester, and the
Danish Radio Orchestra
in a nationally televised

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Copyright 1982
Erwin Lynn Features

Ron Blomberg was the
major league's first
designated hitter. What
pitcher did he face in this
historic at bat?

KATHLEEN WINKLER

concert production. This
past year, she won first
prize over entrants from
13 countries in the Carl
Nielsen International
Violin Competition held
in Denmark.

Miss Winkler has studied
with such artists as Josef
Gingold, Henryk Szeryn.g,
Ivan Galamian, Franco
Gulli, Paul Makanowitzky
and Itzhak Perlman. Her
parents are survivors of the
Holocaust.

Canadian Jews
Named for Honor

TORONTO (JTA) —
Three Canadian Jews were
named Officers of the Order
of Canada in the pre-New
Year Honors List.
Charles
They are
Bronfman, of Montreal, a
distillery executive,
sportsman and community
leader; Morris Shum-
latcher, of Regina, Sas-
katchewan, a civil rights
lawyer and recent member
of the Canadian Jewish
Congress' committee on the
Canadian Constitution; and
Leon Major, a director of
theatrical productions in
Toronto.

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Who hit the first home
run off Sandy Koufax?

Stan Musial. On Sept. 15,
1955, in the third inning,
Musial and Rip Repulski hit
consecutive home runs.

Comedienne,
Kiddie Show
at Stafford's

Comedy Capers will pre-
sent Sheila Kay 8:45 and
10:45 p.m. today and Satur-
day at Stafford's.
The Amazing Johathon
from San Francisco and a
national college tour will be
presented Jan. 15 and 16.
Stafford's Kids Cabaret
offering a magic show,
lunch, audience participa-
tion and a free birthday
cake to parties is held reg-
ularly at 1 p.m. Saturdays.
For reservations for any
of the programs call Staf-
ford's, 851-8952.

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Luis Tiant. On April 6,
1973, opening day, in the
first inning, Tiant walked
Blomberg . with the bases
loaded scoring Matty Alou.
Tiant and the Boston Red
Sox defeated the New York
Yankees, at Fenway Park,
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Sat. 1:05, 7:15, 9:40
Sun. 1:05, 3:20, 7:15, 9:20
Mon.-Thurs. 7:15, 9:20

Koufax pitched the initial
four innings. Alex
Grammas' single in the
twelfth inning scored Re-
pulski with the winning
run. The St. Louis Cardi-
nals defeated the Brooklyn
Dodgers, at Busch Stadium,
3-2.

What pitcher yielded
Buddy Myer's first World
Series hit?

Vic Aldridge. On Oct. 8,
1925, in the second game,
Myer entered the game as a
pinch runner in the sixth
inning. In the ninth inning,
the Senators' third baseman
singled to left field. The
Pittsburgh Pirates defeated
the Washington Senators,
at Forbes Field, 3-2

Local Brandeis Women Host
University on Wheels Event

Greater Detroit Chapter,
Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee,
will host University on
Wheels "The Middle East:
Dissonance and Harmony"
presented by Brandeis Uni-
versity professors Drs. Alan
Levitan, Seyom Brown and
Avigdor Levy, 9:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. Jan. 18 at the
Southfield Civic Center Li-
brary. Luncheon will be
served.
Professor of Near East
and Judaic studies, Levy
will discuss "The Middle
East: Myths and Realities."
He is a graduate of the He-
brew University in
Jerusalem and holds a MA
degree from Brandeis and a .
PhD degree from Harvard.
Prof. Levy taught at Tel

In 1944, the New York
Giants scored 26 runs, a
club record for most runs
in a game since 1900. Who
was the winning pitcher
of this game?

Harry Feldman. On April
30, 1944, in the first game of
a double-header, Feldman,
pitching in relief of Cliff
Melton, hurled 5% innings,
allowing onefrun. The New
York Giants defeated the
Brooklyn Dodgers, at the
Polo Grounds, 26-8.

Boost Aliya,
Knesset Urges

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
resolution calling on world
Jewry to encourage aliya,
on the Soviet Union to allow
its Jews to emigrate and on
yordim to return to Israel
was adopted by the Knesset
by a vote of 47-39.
Although the intent of the
resolution was hardly con-
troversial, its wording was
the subject of a dispute be-
tween the coalition and the
opposition Labor Align-
ment.
The latter demanded that
the draft include a clause
blaming the government for
the drop in immigration to
Israel and the high rate of
emigration.
The coalition refused this
and also rejected an align-
ment proposal calling on the
government to submit a
plan to combat the present
situation within three
months. Because of the dis-
agreement the vote was far
short of unanimous.

DR. AVIGDOR LEVY

Aviv University and was a
visiting professor at the
University of Chicago,
Columbia University and
Harvard.

"Composers and the
Bible: Harmonies and
Dissonances" will be pre-
sented by Associate Pro-
fessor of English Levitan.
Prof. Levitan began
teaching at Brandeis in
1960. His academic cre-
dentials include a Ful-
bright Scholarship, and
MA and PhD degrees
from Princeton Univer-
sity.

Brown, professor of poli-

Conservatives
Fund Israel Park

NEW YORK — The
United Synagogue of
America has launched a
major project to establish a
national park of Israel at
Safed in the Galilee.
The park, being estab-
lished as a Jewish National
Fund project, will be a
multi-faceted study and
recreational center and will
be located on 300 acres. The
more than 840 affiliated
congregations in the U.S.
and Canada will help raise
funds for the park which
will contain a Conservative
movement synagogue, a
study hall for congrega-
tional seminars, groves and
gardens.

DR. SEYOM BROWN

tics, will discuss "Dilemmas
and Choices in U.S. Foreign
Policy Toward the Middle

Photography
Exhibit Slated

Photographer Daniel
Rosenbaum will exhibit his
work at the Southfield Pub-
lic Library (main level)
from Jan. 16 to Jan. 31.
Library hours are 9:30
a.m.-9 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, 9:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday; and 1-5 p.m.
Sunday.

DR. ALAN LEVITAN

East." Brown has been a
consultant both to the Pol-
icy Planning Council at the
State Department and the
Office of International Se-
curity Affairs at the De-
partment of Defense.
Prof. Brown also is on the
faculty of the summer
school at Harvard Univer-
sity. He also has taught at
the Columbia University
School of International Af-
fairs and at the Johns Hop-
kins School of Advanced In-
ternational Studies. He
earned a doctorate from the
University of Chicago.
Arrangements are being
made by: Phyllis Steinberg,
president; Josephine Mel-
len and Carmyle Farber,
co-chairmen; Evelyn Shap-
ero, hospitality; and Ilene
Crane, reservations.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Ms.
Crane, 557-4816.

Peres Cancels
Visit to Paris

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Labor Party leader Shimon
Peres has canceled a visit to
Paris due to have begun last
week, and has sent former
Foreign Minister - Abba
Eban in his stead, to attend
a meeting of the French
Socialist Party.
Peres' last-minute deci-
sion was semi-officially said
to be due to the political
situation within Israel.
But some party sources
said the cancellation fol-
lowed criticism in party cir-
cles that Peres was out of
the country too much and
left the party leaderless at a
time when crucial minute-
by-minute decisions had to
be taken, such as how to
vote when sudden legisla-
tion came up in the Knesset.
Peres was away when the
Golan Heights bill was
voted on.

Czech Mahzorim
Made Available

LONDON — For the first
time in many years, praye
books in Czech and Hebrew
were available to the
Czechoslovakian Jewish
community in adequate
numbers during last fall's
High Holidays.
Some 2,000 prayer books
were made available by the
Appeal of Conscience Foun-
dation in New York, accord-
ing to the International
Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia.

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