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March 22, 1985 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-22

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Friday, March 22, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

41,

GET CARRIED
AWAY IN

START WITH BALLOONS AND

"The Sky" is the limit

didn't, know there were any
Jewish Masons.
It was down in a basement
and, when we got down there, I
could tell — well, not to
stereotype looks, but there
were very few Jewish faces in
that Mason lodge. I'm think-
ing, 'What are we doing here?
Who are we going to play for?'
So, the guy with a Yiddish ac-
cent who had hired us over the
phone, comes up to us and
says, 'None of the Jewish Ma-
sons showed up. We don't
know why.'
"But we figured we'd play
anyway — because we always
translate into English before
we play.
"So, the guy with the accent
finally calls us on and, all of a
sudden, all the men get up and
leave! And all that are left are
the ladies. The men went up-
stairs -to do something — we
never did determine just what
— and all the non-Jewish
ladies were left downstairs,
listening to us. And you know
what? It went over wonder-
fully."
The two encountered an-
other difficulty recently when
a group of elderly women
talked non-stop throughout
their 40-minute performance
at a local synagogue. Finally,

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THE CULTURAL COMMISSION OF CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

in celebration of Jewish Music Month
presents

"AN EVENING OF JEWISH MUSIC"

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 19TH AT 8 P.M.

in the Main Sanctuary
featuring the following prominent area musicians

MARCY CHANTEAUX, CELLIST
KERSTIN ALLVIN, HARPIST

BERNARD KATZ, PIANIST
LINDA SMITH, VIOLINIST

in works by

Paul Ben Haim

and a premiere concert version-

of a recently composed wedding service by

Dr. Shalom Kalib

Cantor Chaim. Najman as soloist and
Rabbi Irwin Groner as Commentator

with

Program is open to the entire community at no charge

Dr. Samuel Stulberg

Chairman Cultural Commission

Dr. Paul Gold, Mrs. Harvey Zalla

Co-Chairmen

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