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April 23, 1971 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, April 23, 1971

Suzanne Sherman to Be
Mrs. &MCC L andgarten

Bnai Brith
Activities

Mrs. Michael Sherman of W.
Seven Mile Rd. announces the en-
gagement of her daughter Suzanne
Lee to Bruce Carl Landgarten,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Land:
garten of Northgate Blvd., Oak
Park.
An August wedding is planned.

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ican Jewish Community,"
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discussed by Dr. Leonard J. Fein be Lewis
8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the La-
Med Auditorium of the United He-
brew Schools.
This opening Midrasha Institute
program will be followed by others
on May 6, 13 and 18, as part of
the 15th annual Bargman Memo-
rial Lectures.
Dr. Fein is director of the Horn-
stein Program for Jewish Com-
munal Service at Brandeis Uni-
versaty, as well as associate pro-
fessor of politics and social policy
at Brandeis' Florence Heller School

SUBURBAN LODGE will install
officers at a dinner-dance 7 p.m.
May 11 at the Town and Country
Club. The officers are: Jerry Lo-
gan, president; Leonard Schultz,
Dr. Bernard Schmidt and Al Far-
bar, vice presidents; and Stan
Elbling and Ron Sider, secretaries.
Bernard Panush will be the install-
ing officer, and George Steinberg-
er, interim president, will be re-
tired. Hal Gordon's orchestra will
provide dance music. For dinner
reservations, call Arnold Michlin,
MA 6-1570.

Luby Coming Back
for Benefit Concert

MISS SUZANNE SHERMAN

Rauthort-Lesnick Rites Dr. Fein to Take Up 'Jewish Identity
"Jewish Identity," the first in a for Advanced Graduate Studies in
to Take Place in Spring series
of lectures on "The Amer_ Social Welfare.

Young violinist Richard Luby
will return to his natiwe Detroit
May 2 to present the Detroit Com-
munity Music School's Margery R.
Dykema Memorial Concert, 3 p.m.
in the lecture hall of the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
' I twill be followed by an after-
glow for sponsors and patrons at
the school, 319 E. Kirby. .
Luby, son of Dr. and Mrs. Rob ,
ert Luby of East Jefferson Ave.,
is a teaching fellow at Juilliard
School and is donating his services
for this scholarship benefit. A
protege of Mischa Mischakoff be-
fore taking degrees at Curtis In-
stitute of Music and Juilliard, Luby
performed throughout Europe while
studying in Paris on a Fulbright
grant. He has appeared with major
American orchestras and ensem-
bles, including the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra.
His May 2 program includes
works by Stravinsky, Franck,
Bach, Webern and Ravel.

Future scientists—age 10 and up
—will be treated to a demonstra-
stration of electronics and optics
at work 4 p.m. April 30 at the
OAK PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Gary H. Riss and Steve Jackson,
students of Oak Park High School
will present the program.

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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rautbort
of Aberdeen Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Norma to Sanford Lee
Lesnick, son of Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Lesnick of Knob Woods Dr., South-
field.
A late June wedding is planned.

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