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April 15, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 15, 1917

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Marimba, Percussion Music
to Be Focus of Music G roup

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The Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Sutton Place Apts.,
Club house. Dessert will be
served.
Gary Laura, will present
a program of marimba and
percussion music. Laura is
a graduate of Michigan
State University in music
therapy and music educa-
tion and the Indiana Univer-
sity. At present he is a fac-
ulty member of the Detroit
Community Music School

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and the University of Wind-
sor School of Music.,
He has performed with
many symphony orchestras
and in many musicals. He
was a graduate assistant at
Indiana University, director
of jazz band at University
of Windsor School of Music

MACK PITT
and
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and a member of the per-
forming arts company at
Michigan State University.
Mrs. Jack Krops, vice
president of programming,
will be chairman of the
day.
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
president, announces plans
have been made for the an-
nual Artist Concert, to be
held 7:30 p.m., May 15 in
the main sanctuary of
Temple Beth El.
Guests are welcome. For
information, call Mrs.
George Charnas, 545-6020.

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nary of America, and Dr.
NEW YORK—Dr. Jay B.
Bruce Cooper of Dartmouth
Stern. superintendent of
College.
Metropolitan Detroit's
United Hebrew Schools,
Say not thou: "I will re-
was re-elected president of
the Jewish Educators As- quite evil"
sembly of America (JEAA)
Wait for the Lord, and He
at the organization's 25th Ju- will save thee.
bilee Convention recently at
- Proverbs
Kiamesha Lake. N.Y.
Dr. Stern proposed the
formation of a National Jew-
ish Teachers Assembly with-
in the JEAA so that all Jew- '
ish educators would be rep-
resented by one organiza-
CUSTOM FURNITURE &
tion
Dr. Stern said the pro-
CARPET CLEANING
sed group would- be a ye-
icle to improve standards i
ON LOCATION
in Jewish education and en: I
hance the security and Wel-
Phone
fare of the Jewish educator. 1,
Other speakers at the con-
549-7170
vention included Dr. Gerson
Cohen. chancellor of the
Jewish Theological Semi T

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358-3642

M-F 9:30 to 5:30
Sat. 10-4:30

Jay Stern Re-Elected Head
of Jewish Educators Parley

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MISS URBACH
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Ur-
bach of Southfield announce
the engagement of their
daughter, 1Deborah Carol, to
Richard Laurance Warsh,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Warsh of Southfield.
Miss Urbach was gradu-
ated from the University o,
Michigan with a degree in
education and will receive
a second degree from the
university's school of art
this month. Her fiance was
graduated from U-M and is
a senior at the Detroit Col-
lege of Law.
A May wedding is
planned.



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United Order True Sis-
ters, Inc., DetrOit 41, will
have its annual donor lunch-
eon noon Sunday at the
Raleigh House. Brunch will
be served.
A fashion show of men's
and women's fashions will
follow. Proceeds will go to-
ward radioactive cancer
therapy and for the pur-
chase of cancer-detection
equipment and laryngec-
tomee retraining.
For tickets, call the chair-
man, Bea Rubin, 355-4971.
or ticket chairman, Winnie
Lindenbaum, 559-3063.

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Bnai David Donor
Scheduled May 4

Sarah, Rahav, Abigail
and Esther were the four
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Donor Lunch Aids
Cancer Research

Cong. Bnai David Sister-
hood will hold its annual
donor luncheon 11 a.m.
May 4 in the synagogue, an-
nounces Marilyn Markel,
chairman.
The event will begin with
a display of boutique gifts
and religious items, se-
lected by Ruth Sosin, gift •
shop chairman. High-
lighting the day's activities
will be a musical presenta-
tion, "A Time for Singing,"
with Music Plus One, featur-
ing Gloria Bookstein, Freda
Mendelson and Marci Tan-
zman, accompanied by
Rochelle Barr and narrated
by Betty Fishman.
Donor chairmen include
Barbara Traison, tickets;
Pat Shanbom. reservations;
Betty Silverfarb, ad book
Belle Bilsky, games; Tillie
Bolton and Helen Brown.
decorations ; Betty Sheri-
zen, publicity; Lorraine
Green, communications.
President Blanche Brant an-
nounced the major prize of
the day is a trip to Las
Vegas for two.
For information, call Ms.
Shanbom, 626-8515, or the
synagogue. 557 - 8210.



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