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March 25, 1977 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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Friday, March 25, 1977 47

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab Vatican?

Pioneer Women Council Honors Wasserman

NEW YORK (ZINS)—
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along the lines of the Vati-
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Music Study Club of Met-
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ized plans for its annual art-
ist concert to take place
7:30 p.m. May 15 in the
main sanctuary of Temple
Beth El.
Artists scheduled to per-
form are Rochelle Abra-
mson, a violinist who stud-
ied under Mischa Mis-
chakoff and winner of the
International Young Musi-
cians Award, and Michael
Lewin, a pianist and schol-
arship student at the
Juilliard School. He has
won numerous corn-
petitions.
Proceeds from the con-
cert, the club's only fund-
raising project, will benefit
music students in the U.S.
and in Israel.
Key workers for the con-
cert are Mrs. Joseph M.
Markel, president; Mrs.
Felix Rosenwach, concert
co-chairman ; Mrs. Victor
Linden, patron , chairman;
and Mrs. Ben Meckler, con-
cert chairman.
Assisting them are Mrs.

Films of Operas
at Conservatory

The Brahms Con-
servatory of Music will pre-
sent 15 grand operas on
film today and Saturday
and April 2, 3, and 4 in the
Conservatory, 316 12 S.
Main, Royal Oak.
At 6:30 p.m. today and
Saturday, "La Serva Padr-
ona, - featuring Anna Moffo
will be shown. Opera
cameos, featuring the Ber-
lin Opera. also will be
shown.
At 4 p.m. April 2 and 3
and 8:45 p.m. April 4 the
conservatory will feature
"Lohengrin," starring Re-
nata Tebaldi. For informa-
tion, call the conservatory,
398-5714.

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board to Beit Nahama, a
children's home in Ramat
Eliyahu, Israel. She is a sec-
retary and advisor to the
Council.
Mrs. Wasserman was
vice president of the
League of Jewish Women,
is vice president of the
Greater Detroit Motion Pic-
ture and Television Council
and is active in the Israel
Bond program.

A graduate of Wayne
State University, Mrs. Was-
serman is the daughter of
the former president of the
Farband Camp and Kind-
ervelt in Chelsea. Her
mother was active in Club
One of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Wasserman was the

Music Study Club Completes
Plans for Annual Artist Concert

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Greater Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women will
honor Goldie Wasserman as
their "woman of the year"
noon April 28 at Cong. Beth
Achim at the women's an-
nual Israel Bond tribute
luncheon, it was announced
by Mrs. Ralph Miller, presi-
dent of the Council.
Mrs. Wasserman will re-
ceive the State of Israel's
Jerusalem, City of Peace
Award.
A founder of the Kinneret
Chapter of Pioneer Women,
Mrs. Wasserman is a past
president of Hanita Chapter
and the Pioneer Women
Council. She has held many
top Council offices and was
a member of the Pioneer
Women Council advisory

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The meeting issued a decla-
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Semitic campaign in the So-
viet Union. It called on the
USSR to free Anatoly Sha-
ransky and Iosif Begun and
demanded that the Soviets
adhere to the Helsinki ac-
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Morris Rosman, general ad-
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Jack Scherr, arrangements
chairman; Mrs. George
Charnas, publicity; and
Mrs. Leonard Hack, con-
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For information, call
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Esther Fishman is the Is-
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