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March 03, 1989 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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TIFFANY & CO.

Israel Philharmonic
Performs In Ann Arbor

After a 13-year absence, the
Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra and conductor Zubin
Mehta will return to Ann Ar-
bor for a concert on March 14
at 8 p.m. in the University of
Michigan's Hill Auditorium.
The program opens with a
work entitled Memory by
Mark Kopytman, who
emigrated from Russia to
Israel, and features mezzo-
soprano Gila Bashari in this
concert. Schoenberg's
Verklarte Nacht (Transfigured
Night) and Brahms's Sym-
pony No. 2 are also included
in the program.
Tickets are available in the
Burton Tower ticket office,
764-2538. Office hours are 9

a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays
and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
The Israel Philharmonic
was founded by the Polish
violinist Bronislaw Huber-
man and was first known as
the Palestine Symphony. The
new ensemble's first concert
took place in 1936 under the
baton of Arturo lbscanini. On
May 17, 1948, the date
Palestine became the State of
Israel, the orchestra played
the new national anthem at
the declaration of in-
dependence ceremony. Today,
the orchestra performs more
than 200 concerts annually in
Israel and abroad. Based in
Tel Aviv, the ensemble is the
center of musical life in

woll■ JEWISH CROSSWORDS

by Charles E. S. Goldstein

Please note: Hebrew and Yiddish transliterations vary.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1989

1. Canadian resort
6. _ lady
9. Costello's
chaver
14. Having fliegelen
15. Tifliste founder,
_ Imran al-Tiflisi
16. France's longest
river
17. Jewish All-Star
second
baseman,
1925-41
19. Puts a yingele to
sleep
20. Jewish actor, _
Wallach
21. Tooth and _
22. Hebrew and
Aramaic
lexicographer,
Joseph _
23. Ancient Roman
spirit
24. "Rozhinkes _
Mandlen"
25. Jewish All-Star
outfielder,
1912-20, "_
Kauff
26. _ Eden
27. Rumanian center
of Jewish
Reform
movement
28. Well? (Yid.)
(var.)
31. Jewish All-Star
third baseman,
1947-56, Al _
34. Ed Reulbach's
game
36. Skull bones
37. Type of marble
39. On the
Mediterranean,
e.g.
40. Renaissance
zmirah
42. Menu item at
Ratner's
43. Germanic lang.
44. Maydl's numen
45. Shtil!
46. Middle Easterner
48. Israeli military
leader, Haim _
-Lev
49. Audio-visual
receivers (abbr.)
52. Farblonjet
54. Noshing place

55. Frequent Jewish
donation (var.)
56. Mounts Scopus
and Olives,
topographically
57. Jewish All-Star
first baseman,
1933-47, Hank

59. Like some
tcheinicks
60. _ Lingus
61. Jewish All-Star
catcher, 1900-8,
Johnny _
62. Jewish All-Star
pitcher,
1954-66, _
Koufax
63. Fleur-de-_
64. Shepherd
David's
concern?

DOWN

1. Biblical tower
2. False fliegl
3. Yiddish
humorist, Moshe

4. Florists' assoc.
5. Jewish Nobel
physicist,
Richard _

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6. House in
Tiberias
7. U.S. Jewish
journalist, Elie _
8. Hasid Meir
Alter's _
Dynasty
9. Former Chilean
president
10. Rivulet
11. Jewish All-Star
shortstop,
1884-93
12. Heraldic border
13. Hardy heroine
18. _ squeeze (lieb)
22. "_ porridge hot
..." (arch.)
25. Young Jacob, at
times
26. Catcher's face
mask, etc.
27. To Ken
Holtzman:
"Have _ !"
29. Heavy oils
30. Former
Norwegian
melech
31. Frost
32. Second son of
Judah
33. Jewish All-Star
outfielder,
1941-55

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35. Brandenburg
Concertos
composer
37. Mossad man,
e.g.
38. Israeli song,
"Zum _ "
41. In a silly manner
42. Fritz Redl and
Fritz Perls
45. Important event
at A&S
47. Jewish country
preacher (var.)
48. Miller and Becks
49. Possessive
pronoun
50. Hindu social
class
51. Freud, to his
chaverim?
52. The E's in
B.C.E. and C.E.
53. Talmudist, Isaac
ben _
54. Three, to
Chaya-Sora
57. Maydl (slang)
58. Kosher deli
no-no (abbr.)

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J23 © Copyright 1988 Charles E.S. Goldstein

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