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August 16, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 16, 1974-29

Music Study Club to Fete Founders, Conference Due
Past Presidents During Jubilee
on Soviet Jewry

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Music Club of Metropolitan Detroit members who gath-
ered to plan the forthcoming 50th anniversary celebration
at which past presidents and founding members will be
honored include from left, seated: Mrs. Louis P. Miller,
immediate past president, Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, Mrs.
Hy Morgan and Mrs. A. Joseph Markel, president. Stand-
ing, from left, are Mrs. Jack Scherr and Mrs. Sidney Jack-
son. oNt pictured are Mesdames Norman Allan, A. Joseph
Seltzer, rthur Purdy and Jacob S. Sauls.
Music Study Club of Metro-
politan Detroit, the only all- raeli schools, one of which
Jewish music club affiliated went to a kibutz.
with the Michigan and Na-
The group's annual fund
tional federations of music raising consists of an artists
clubs, will this year cele- concert in which a young
-brate its 50th anniversary.
musician is promoted and
Begun in 1924 by a group funds raised to provide
of women interested in music, scholarships.
the club grew to include cul-
Among the students that
tural interests. A drama club have been presented by the
was formed and the group club during its 50-year his-
began a philanthropic project tory are Itzak Perlman, Sey-
which included visiting hospi- our Lipkin, director of the
tals, convalescent homes and Joffrey Ballet; Joseph Silver-
homes for the aged. How- stein, director of Tanglewood
ever, these projects were and concertmaster of the
disbanded and in their place Boston Symphony; Pinhas
a choral group, headed for Zukerman, and violinist Jer-
the past 35 years by Don ome Rosen, formerly of the
Frohman, was initiated.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Some of the artists pro-
Among its other projects,
the club's scholarship com- moted by the Music Study
mittee has arranged for Club hold chairs in the De-
scholarships for students who troit, Boston, Washington and
have shown exceptional abili- Dallas Symphony orchestras,
ty, and it has expanded its while others have posts at
projects to include aiding Juilliard School, Curtis In-
music studies in Israel. The stitute, the University of
women provided the first Is- Michigan, Oakland Univer-
rael Symphony Orchestra sity and Wayne- State Univer-
with dress coats, and sent sity.
music books to its conserva-
As a community-education
tory.
project, the club granted six
During the Six-Day War, $500 scholarships to Wayne
the music study club initiated State music majors who in
its Musical Instruments for turn taught inner city music
Israel campaign, and sent students who could not af-
used instruments to the ford private instruction.
schools. Recently, three
At its Aug. 27 meeting,
pianos were donated to Is- the club will present a for-
mer artists concert perform-
er, Cynthia Raim, who is
studying at the Curtis Insti-
tute. The program will begin
at noon at the home of Mrs.
Jules Sandler, 35 Harlan,
Bloomfield Hills. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Louis P.
Miller, 559-6302, or Mrs.
Joseph 'Markel, 557-5531.
Among the founding mem-
bers 4nd past presidents are
Mesdames Abraham Cooper,
William B. Isenberg, Emery
Monash, Maurice Morse, Ar-
thur S. Purdy, Ethel Hubar
Rosenfeld and Lawrence
Titlebaum.

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Discover the WONDERFUL WORLD OF

FURS

During Our 34th Annual

AUGUST FUR SALE

All Our Furs Have Been Tagged
Attractive Pre-Season Prices

Center PWP Group
Plans Tasting Party

M O'ER

OF HARVARD ROW

Designers of Fine Furs

Complete Fur Service
1 1 MILE AND LAHSER
Phone: 358-0850

People Without Partners of
the Jewish Center will have
a wine-and cheese-tasting
party, 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the 10 Mile Jewish Center.
Open bowling will be held
9 p.m. Aug. 25 at Oak Park
Lanes. Nonbowlers are wel-
come. For information, call
group services at the center,
341-4200.

THE BUBBLE
Laurels have always had a
habit of dropping the indi-
vidual who tries to rest on
them.

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit invites its 130 affiliated
congregations and organiza-
tions to join in a planning
session to create a Metropoli-
tan Conference on Soviet
Jewry, 8 p.m. Thursday at
the United Hebrew Schools
main building.
Appointed
organizational
representatives will consider
ways to better publicize the
community's concern and to
coordinate efforts for allev-
iating the present oppressed
condition of Jews in the Sov-
iet Union.

Dentist Reappointed

Southfield dentist Dr. Leon
Herschfus of Jeanette Ave.,
has been reappointed to the
Southfield Board of Health
by Mayor Donald Fracassi.
Dr. Herschfus will serve a
three-year term which will
expire in June 1977. He was
first appointed to the board
in 1972 to fill the post left
by 'Dr. Morris Goldin who
resigned.

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

Immediate
consideration
will . be given to the forth-
coming appearance of the
Moiseyev Dancers at Mas-
onic Temple on Sept. 10.11,
and to recent Soviet actions
taken against two Jewish
activists, Viktor Polsky and
Yuli -Tartakovsky.

SAVE!

SAVE!

BUY DIRECT

FROM THE

IMPORTER

In the past, this task has
fallen upon the individual
congregations' social action
committees and interested
Jewish organizations. The
conference will draw these
committees together to form
an efficient network to replay
important current informa-
tion, and to reach and mob-
ilize a greater number of
people and resources.

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August 16th, 17th, 18th

- "kiss Summer Goodbye"

SIDEWALK
CLEARANCE

We're sweeping out all remaining summer goods to
make room for Fall Fashions! So dash in this week-
end of our Sidewalk Clearance Sale and pick up
big bargains both outside and inside the store!
While they last!

Super-Duper Weekend Special!

One entire rack of

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SUN DRESSES

OFF!

BEACH COVER-UPS

plus many odds &
ends of summer wear!

DRASTICALLY
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1/2 OFF

AND MORE

of original price!
while they last!

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SUNDAY 12 TO 5

while they last!

Example: Reg. $40 dress

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