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May 14, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-14

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TN DE 01T JEWISH MEWS

Mozart Society
Concert Slated

Artistry Abounds for DSO

By MARGUERITE
KOZENN CHAJES

Area performers and
University of Michigan sol-
oists will participate in the
23rd annual Pro Mozart
Society of Greater Detroit
Concert 3 p.m. Sunday at
the Grosse Pointe War
Memorial hall.
Marguerite
Kozenn
Chajes, artistic director and
one of the founders of the
Mozart Society, will intro-
uduce the program. After
the concert Dr. Erich Kris-
ten, Austrian consul gen-
eral and the Mozart Society
Board including Mrs. Berj
Haidostian, president, will
host a reception.
A
special
Haydn
photographic-poster exhibi-
tion will be on display in the
lobby. Tickets will be avail-
able at the box office.

The 1982-1983 season of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra promises to be an
artistic stellar year!
It will open with a gala
concert on Sept. 21. Maestro
Gary Bertini, the music ad-
viser to the DSO and inter-
nationally known conduc-
tor, will lead the orchestra.
Itzhak Perlman, who ranks
among the first violinists in
the world, will play the solo
part of the famous Brahms
Concerto in D.
Among the participating
artists, who are also in great
demand throughoutifiusic
and festival centers, will be:
Bruno Leonardo Gelber, the
Argentinian pianist, now
residing in Paris. He is get-
ting rave write-ups wher-
ever he plays. '
Alexis Weissenberg, born
in Bulgaria, received his
music education in Tel
Aviv. He is the protege of
Herbert von Karajan and is
appearing in all his interna-
tional concerts as piano sol-
oist.
Boris Belkin, violinist,
and Yefim Bronfman,
pianist, are two recent
Russian emigrants and

Dystrophy Month
in Southfield

Southfield Mayor Donald
Fracassi has proclaimed the
month of May 15 through
June 15 as Muscular Dys-
trophy Month in Southfield.
Volunteer chairman for
Southfield for 1982 is Judy
Weisman.

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CHAPTER,
American
Mizrachi Women, will hold
a spring garden luncheon
noon Monday in the Lincoln
Towers Apts. club room.
Proceeds will benefit Miz-
rachi schools and homes in
Israel. Hostesses for the af-
ternoon are: Ann Bigman,
Ann Cutler, 'Vivian Shul-
man, Bertha Golden, Eve
Herman, Belle Stevens,
Fannie Laufer, Ann Good-
man, Dorothy Wolack and
Ethel Rosen.
** *
DETROIT LEAGUE,
NAC/NJH will meet noon
Wednesday in the Knob-in-
the Woods Apts. club house.
Luncheon will be served at a
nominal fee. Games will be
played, and members
should bring their own
equipment. Guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call
Mildred Blau, 559-0623.

* * *

WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a regular
meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
in the MCL Cafeteria in the
Tel-12 Mall. Future fund
raising will be discussed.
** *
BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
Torah Fund dinner 6:30
a.m. May 24 in the Wasser-
man Hall of the synagogue.
Members may bring hus-
bands or one non-member
as guests. Paid reservations
are due by Tuesday. Checks
should be made payable to
Cong. Beth Achim Sister-
hood Torah Fund and
mailed to the synagogue,
21100 W. 12 Mile, South-
field, 48076. Members who
would like to receive Torah
Fund Tribute Cards should
make note in their reserva-
tion. Lottie Partovich and
Esther Grainer are Torah
Fund chairmen.
Following dinner, there
will be a musical presenta-
tion, "It's Cool in the fur-
nace," conducted by Cantor
Max Shimansky, featuring
the sisterhood choral group.
Rose Morgan is the piano
accompanist and Leo Oliva,
narrator.

Ms. Partovich is the 1982
Torah Fund honoree. Canis-
ters should be opened at
home, and the checks
mailed in before Tuesday.

* * *

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female violinists, Ida
Haendel and Mirjam
Fried.
Pianist Joseph Kalichs-
tein, a frequent guest artist
of the Vienna and Salzburg
music festivals, will play
Franck's Symphonic Varia-
tions, under the baton of
Maxim Shostakovich. Antal
Dorati will again conduct a
series of concerts as will
Yoav Talmi, an Israeli, who
is being hailed as an ex-
traordinary musician and
who will make his Ameri-
can debut with the DSO.
Of special interest will be
the appearance of Misha
Kottler, Detroit's own vete-
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Friday, May 14, 1982 35

EARLY
DEADLINES

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
local news and display
advertising to appear in
the issue of June 4. The
deadline for local news
is noon Friday, May 28.
The deadline for display
advertising is 4 p.m.
Friday, May 28.

come. For reservations, call
Vera Gell, 661-4722; or Mil-
lie Felch, 644-7030

* * *

335-5256; or Mrs. Breiner,
626-8415.
* * *
KNOB
CIRCLE
CHAPTER,
Women's
American ORT, will have a
fund-raising, spring festival
dinner-dance 7:30 p.m. May
22 in the Knob-in-the-
Woods Apts. club house.
Entertainment and music
will be provided by Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call Shir-
ley Fields, 353-6524; or
Ethel Greenstein, 358-
0674.

LADIES
OF
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH will have a
luncheon meeting noon
Wesnesday in the yeshiva
social hall. Luncheon will
be sponsored by Mrs. Leah
Rosenberg in honor of her
grandson's Bar Mitzva; and
by Mrs. David Herczeg, in
memory of her husband and
sister. Final plans will be
made for the mother and
daughter luncheon to be
* * *
held June 9 at Cong. Dovid
Ben Nuchim. President
LIVONIA JEWISH
Fanny Laufer invites CONGREGATION SIS-
friends and guests. The so- TERHOOD will have a
cial committee is comprised book review following its
of Anna Barcless, Rose meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Grunfeld, Jean Kaplan, the synagogue. Connie
Edith Weiss, Sarah Weiss Silver, former head of adult
and Leah Yoffe. The tele- services at the Avon Twp.
phone committee is com- Public Library, will review
prised of Sarah Levine and "The White Hotel" by D. M.
Sarah Weiss.
Thomas. Refreshments will
*_ * *
be served. For information,
BUSINESS AND PRO- call Rita Loomer, 477-3291.
* * *
FESSIONAL GROUP,
National Council of Jewish
NEGBAH CHAP-
Women, will hold a work- TER, Pioneer Women/
shop on "How to Be Asser- Naamat, will have a
tive," led by Dr. Sylvia Fink Shavuot dairy luncheon
and Marlene Karp 8 p.m. noon Wednesday in the
Thursday at the NCJW Kristen Towers, 25900
offices, 16400 W. 12 Mile, Greenfield, Suite 205E, Oak
Southfield. Coffee will be Park. Hostesses are: Ruth
served at 7:30. Guests are Kimmel, Irene Winkelman,
welcome at a charge.
Eva Rivkin and Rose Gayer.
* * *
Friends and guests are in-
BUSINESS AND PRO- vited. There is a nominal
FESSIONAL CHAPTER, charge.
Women's American ORT,
* * *
will hear Janis Waxenberg
MAIMONIDES MEDI-
review "The Old Neighbor- CAL SOCIETY
hood" by Avery Corman at 8 WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
p.m. Monday in the home of will hold its annual instal-
Mrs. Tobias Cheek, 18351 lation luncheon noon May
Winterset, Southfield. 25 at Temple Israel. Voc-
Guests are welcome.
alist Marci Shulman, ac-
** *
companied on piano and
BNAI ISRAEL OF flute, will entertain. Guests
WEST BLOOMFIELD are welcome. For reserva-
SISTERHOOD will have a tions, call Michelle Harris,
"soup 'n salad" and a 553-8566.
** *
Chinese auction 6 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Members are requested to Women, will meet 11:30
bring wrapped "white a.m. Monday in the Kristen
elephant" items. Everyone Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
is welcome. There is an ad- Suite 205E, Oak Park. Aida
mission charge. For details, Ritten will provide the pro-
call Mary Avadenka, 851- gram. Dora Fink will spon-
4829; or Ruth Elbling, 626- sor brunch. Friends are wel-
2757.
come. For information, call
* * *
Jeanette Serling, 968-8518.
* * *
BLOOMFIELD HILLS
DAVID HORODOKER
GROUP, Haddassah, will
have its installation and a WOMEN'S ORGANI-
talk by beauty specialist ZATION will meet noon
Kitty Wagner noon Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
Tuesday in the home of Julius Zemmol, 25430 Ka-
Claire Swartz, 1350 Loc- ren, Oak Park.
* * *
hridge, Bloomfield Hills.
AVODAH
CHAI
Beatrice Breiner will be in-
stalled as president. Other BRANDEIS CHAPTER,
officers are: Marilyn Pic- Pioneer Women, will hear a
kover, Grace Prystowsky, review of "Books of Rachel"
Dodee Rothenberg, Isabelle by Joel Gross noon Monday
Kobernick and Bobbie at the Whitehall Apts. club
Segal, vice presidents; Fan- house. Lee Wagman, vice
nie Robinsor4 Gerrie Sloan, president of membership,
Beatrice Strichartz and will review the book. Guests
Aggie Alpert, secretaries; are welcome.
and Shirley Levin, trea-
* * *
surer. Ms. Wagner will
TEMPLE
ISRAEL
speak on "Let's Put on a
New Face." The Part-Time SISTERHOOD will have
Parent Drive for Youth its installation luncheon
Aliya will be highlighted at noon Monday in Herman
the meeting. For reserva- Hall of the temple. Follow-
tions, call Mrs. Swartz,
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