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April 09, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 9, 1982

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David Cerone, violinist,
will be the soloist with the
Center Symphony Or-
chestra, in a concert at 3:30
p.m. April 18 in the Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theater of the
main Jewish Community
Center. Conductor-
composer Julius Chajes will
be on the podium.
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before becoming a schol-
arship student at the Jul-
liard School and the Curtis
Institute with Ivan Gala-
mian. Cerone made his
Town Hall debut in 1967
and has performed exten-
sively both in recital and
with symphony orchestra.
He was on the faculty of
the Oberlin Conservatory of
Music for nine years and
was chairman of the string
department at the Cleve-
land Institute of Music for
10 years, the last year of
which he was awarded the
Kulas Professorship in Vio-
lin.
In 1974, Cerone founded
and, through January 1981,
served as the director of the
Cleveland Chamber Music
Seminar. He currently is a
member of the board of di-
rectors of Chamber Music
America, a director and fa-
culty member at the

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Flint News

Program Set at Beth Israel

Sally Fox, founder of the
Jewish Involvement Thea-
ter, will present a program 7
p.m. April 25 at Cong. Beth
Israel.
Through character por-
trayals, Ms. Fox will
demonstrate modern day di-

DAVID CERONE

Meadowmount School of
Music and, as of September
1981, has moved • to
Philadelphia to join the vio-
lin faculty of the Curtis In-
stitute of Music where he
will assume, on a full time
basis, the duties of the late
Mr. Galamian.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 164.

Flint Obituaries

Lawrence Covitz

Lawrence Covitz, owner
of the Flint Home Furnish-
ing Co. for 30 years, died
March 21 in Hollywood, Fla.
He was 78.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Covitz was a member and
past president of Temple
Beth El, Flint. A graduate
of the University of Michi-
gan, Mr. Covitz was the past
president of the Michigan
Furniture Retailers Asso-
ciation, honorary vice
president of the Flint
Jewish Federation and past
president of the Phoenix
Club.
He also was active in the
Greater Flint Downtown
Association and Brandeis
University.
He is survived by his wife,
Helen; a son, Andrew of
California; a daughter, Mrs.
Monte (Sally) Simmons of
Flint; a sister, Irene of
California; and two
grandchildren.

lemmas that face American
Jews.
The program is co-
sponsored by the Beth Israel
Sisterhood and the Flint
Jewish Federation. A des-
sert buffet will be served.
Reservations are limited to
150.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Flint
federation, 767-5922; or
Cong. Beth Israel, 732-
6310.

Rabbi to Speak
on Israel Trip

Rabbi Gerald Schuster of
Flint's Temple Beth El and
Fr. James Bettendorf of the
Flint Catholic Newman
Center will speak about
their recent inter-religious
trip to Israel noon April 20
at the Flint International
Institute.
Luncheon will be served.
For reservations, call 767-
0720.

Community
Calendar

Monday — Joint board
meeting, 8 p.m.

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Summer Camp
Planned for Kids

The 1982 Summer Day
Camp for children in the
Flint Jewish community
will be held July 12-July 23.
Children in kindergarten
as of September 1982
through grade four are elig-
ible.
Application forms for
camp director and staff are
available at the Flint
Jewish Federation office,
120 W. Kearsley St., Flint,
48502.

Teens Entertain
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At 12 Mile Rd.

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The Lapeer Visiting
Committee of the Flint
Jewish Federation provided
a Purim party at the Oak-
dale Center for the Jewish
residents.
Chairman Esther Harris
was accompanied by Sarah
Akner, Ruth Braun, Bessie
Ring, Myna Friedman and
Rabbi Hilel Rudaysky. The
committee will provide a
Passover celebration for the
residents of Oakdale Center
on April 22.

At Telegraph

Bogrim,
Hashachar
teenagers in grades eight-
12, will entertain the 6-18-
year-old patients at Hurley
Medical Center Thursday.
Persons who have used or
new toys and games to con-
tribute to the hospital for
the young patients should
call Noelene Brin, 732-
3776.

DR. EDWARD TREISMAN

Dr. Edward Treisman of
Southfield has been chosen
by the medical staff of Pro-
vidence Hospital as
president-elect for 1982. Dr.
Treisman, whose practice is
in general surgery, will
serve as president of the
medical staff in 1983.

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN will sponsor a

blood bank drive 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Refreshments will be avail-
able.

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mini-Seder to the Jewish
patients at the Battle Creek
Veterans Hospital Sunday.
Rabbi Richard Spiegel,
Jewish chaplain at the hos-
pital, will conduct the
Seder. Chairman Diana
Joffe is in charge of the ar-
rangements. To volunteer,
call Mrs. Joffe, 968-3253.

Of Israel's four million
inhabitants, about 500,000
live in rural localities.



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