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May 05, 1978 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, May 5, 1918

Women's League Installation
Thursday; Youth Are Cited

Music Study Club's Annual
Concert May 14 at Beth El

Plans have been com-
Aeted for the annual artist
concert of the Music Study
Club of Metropolitan De-
troit, announced Mrs.
Joseph M. Markel,
president.
The annual fund-raising
event will take place 7:30
p.m. May 14 at Temple Beth
El.
The artists, winners of
the National Federation of
Music Clubs Award, are:

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David Ehrlich, violinist;
and Randie Lee Blooding,
baritone.
Proceeds
provide
scholarships for young
musicians, scholarships
and musical instruments
for Israel, and profes-
sional concert appear-
ances for young musi-
cians.
Members on the planning
committee are: Mesdames
Joseph M. Markel,
president; Ben Meckler,
concert chairman; Victor
Linden, patron chairman;
Felix Rosenwach, patron
co-chairman; Jack Scherr,
arrangements; George
Charnas and Charles
Kramer, publicity; Harvey
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Esther Rosenblum will be
installed for her second
term as president of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Greater
Detroit at its 51st annual
installation of officers noon
Thursday at Temple
Emanu-El. Complimentary
petite luncheon will be
served. Mrs. Bernard
Eisenberg, president of the
Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood, will recite the invoca-
tion. Mrs. Aaron Shifman
will be installing officer.
Other officers to be in-
stalled are: Mesdames Stan-
ley Baar, Sander Klein,
Harold Rosen, Henry
Schore and Donald Thal,
vice presidents; Mrs. Elliot
Schubiner, treasurer; Mes-
dames Leonard Green, Mar-
tin Cole, Sidney Cohen and
Herman Ozrovitz,
secretaries; Mrs. Harold
Greenspan, historian; Mrs.
Klein, parliamentarian;
Mrs. Leo Ordin, adviser;
and Mrs. Robert Hacker,
publicity.
Max Sosin, accom-
panied by Hal Gordon,
will entertain. They will
be honored "for their 13
years of service to
Cooperative Council."
Mrs. Morton Oppenheim
is program chairman.
Guests are welcome.
Meanwhile, the women's
league has announced the
names of winners of its
youth awards. Honorees in-
clude:

Dana Baruch, Karen
Blechman. Naomi Blumenberg,
Julie Backfire, Mark Canvasser,
Madelyn Dinnerstein, Lisa Fac-
tor, Janet Fink, Michael Fox,
Eliza Ginter, Susan Goode, Jeff
Goodman, Dens Greenbaum,
Leslee Horvitz, Barbara Hor-
wits, Terrie Joseph, Nancy
Keine, Jay Kaplan, Bruce Kaye,
Lawrence Koh-- berg, Marjorie
Ellin, Daniel Levy. Bunny Mit-
teldorf, Debra Papa, Eve Raider,
Diane Ruby, Cheryl Rudin,
Kimberly Small, Nora Sobolov,
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Karen Blechman, Janet Fink,
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Zedakah Club
Donor Slated

Zedakah Club will have
its annual donor 11:30 a.m.
May 15 at Temple Emanu-
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