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January 05, 1979 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-05

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34 Friday, January 5, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Awarded Degree

Music Study Club Announces
Plans for Its Annual Concert

Dr. Marshall A. Deutel-
baum was awarded a PhD
degree from the University
of Rochester, N.Y.

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit an-
nounces that plans have
been formulated for its an-
nual artist concert slated to
take place 3 p.m. April 22 at

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Debra Ann Gross and
Arnon Katz were married
in a recent ceremony at
Kiryat Motzkin, Israel. The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Gross of
Woodside Dr., Franklin Vil-
lage. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr. and Mrs.
zhak Kati of Kiryat
Motzkin. The couple 'were
graduated from Grand Val-
ley State University with
dean's list honors. Follow-
ing a Mediterranean hon-
eymoon, the couple will re-
side in Michigan.

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Orchestra Hall, according
to Mrs. Victor Linden,
president.
The concert committee,
chaired by Mrs. Jerry C.
Rosenberg, co-chaired by
Mrs. Ben Meckler, has cho-
sen Mitchell Stern, vio-
linist, and Neal Stulberg,
pianist, as soloists for this
annual event.
Stern was graduated from
the Curtis Institute' in
Philadelphia, where he
studied with Arnold
Steinhardt and Ivan Gala-
mian. For the 1979-1980
season Stern was chosen to
be one of three violinists to
be sponsored by the Leven-
tritt Foundation.
Stulberg, native De-
troiter, began his piano
studies in 1960 with Mis-
cha Kottler. He is a stu-
dent of William Masselos
at the Juilliard School of
Music and is assistant
conductor of the Nor-
walk Symphony Or-
chestra in Connecticut.
Stulberg holds a
bachelor's degree in sociol-
ogy. from Harvard Univer-
sity and a master's degree in
music from the University
of Michigan.

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Krana Grossman to Receive To
Council of Jewish Women Award

Krana Grossman, past
president of the Greater De-
troit Section of the Nationa
Council of Jewish Women,
will be awarded the Hanna
G. Solomon Award of the
women's organization as it
celebrates its 85th anniver-
sary during Council Week,
Jan. 15-19.
The award will be pre-
sented at a special affair
12:45 p.m. Jan. 15 at Tem-
ple Beth El. Volunteers will
be cited, and refreshments
will be served.
Past President Ruth
Klein will present the
award to Mrs. Grossman.
The Harbinger Dance Com-
pany will entertain.
A past president of the
Greater Detroit Section
(1963-65) and a national
board member from 1968
to 1971, Mrs. Grossman
has been active in the
Red Cross, Girl Scouts,
Detroit Country Day
School, Save Our Schools
Committee, Governor's
Committee on Mental Re-
tardation, United Com-
munity Services
Women's Committee,
Women's Division of
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, League of Jewish
Women's Organizations,
Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Commit-
tee, Hadassah, Sister-
hood and Religious
School Committee of
Temple Beth El, Execu-
tive Board of the Jewish
Community Council,
Friends Of the Detroit
Public Library and
Women in Community
Service.
She also has served as
editor of the Council bulle-
tin, corresponding secre-
tary, administrative vice
president, executive vice
president and secretary of
the Mid-Eastern region of
NCJW.
State Sen. Doug Ross (D-
15th Dist.) will address an
open board meeting of the
council 9:30 a.m. Jan. 16 at
the Council offices, 16400
W. 12 Mile, Southfield.
Brunch will be served. A re-
port on the summit confer-
ence at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem will be
heard.
Council Week will be con-
cluded at special Shabat

r

Activities
in Society

.

Detroiter
Frieda
Leemon,
national
president of Pioneer
Women, was in Israel last
month were she met na-
tional convention chairman
Marjorie Moidel of
Pittsburgh to plan the
women's 26th biennial as-
sembly in Israel.
* * *
Bee Kalt of Bee Kalt
Travel Service has just re-
turned from Miami where
she was the guest of the
Royal Caribbean Line to in-
spect the recently enlarged
ship, Song of Norway.

PHYLLIS WELLING

KRANA GROSSMAN

services in area synagogues
and temples.
Billie Barak is Council
Week committee chairman.
Adele Sonenklar is co-
chairman. Phyllis Welling
is president of the Greater
Detroit Section.
Assisting with ar-
rangements are Phyllis
Steinberg, secretary; and
Carol Bloom, Nena Dillick,
Doreen Gordon, Jan
Hauser, Dorothy Imerman,
Sally Mayer, Josephine

Bloom, Cindy Daitch, Anri
Daniels, Flossie Krager,
Esther Rosenblum, Freddy
Shiffman, Doris Goldman,
Dorothy Kaufman, Helen
Shevin, Jessie Stern, Gail
Herschman, Barbara
Kuhlik, Sonia Macey, Mary
Schwartz, Beryl Winkel-
man, Sandra Cohen, Sandra
Leshman, Lois Weintraub,
Arlene Redfield, Josephine
Weiner, Mrs. Grossman,
Barbara Grant and ex of-
ficio, Sondra Nathan.

JNF Women's Donor Tuesday

Preparing for the annual donor tea to take place
noon Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek are division
fund-raising chairmen, front row, from left: Shirley
Kraft, donor campaign chairman; and Belle Hordes;
Reba Bloom, president; Fanny Laufer; Jean Mayer;
Fanny Rosenblat; and Fanny Cooper; and back row:
Dorothy Potiker, Sari Greenfield, Eve Herman, Helen
Rosenfeld and Belle Levin, co-chairman.
America, will be the guest
A record attendance is
speaker. Ezra, an Israeli
expected at the 49th annual
donor tea of the Women of entertainer, will be the
guest artist. Anna
Jewish National Fund and
Slomovitz is the program
the Young Women of JNF
chairman. Reba Bloom,
noon Tuesday at Cong.
president, will welcome
Shaarey Zedek. The tea, the
the guests. Shirley Kraft,
main event of the year for
fund-raising chairman,
the Women of JNF, will be
will report on the donor
the culmination of the
campaign, and Fa 0
1978-79 fund-raising cam-
Mentzer, president of t!
paign for "Operation
Young Women of JN ,
Galilee."
The JNF Women have
will bring greetings. Bess
Axelrod will lead in the
"adopted" Moshav Dishon, a
singing of the national
settlement on the Lebanese
anthems, accompanied
border. It is a "rescue" oper-
by Vivian Stollman.
ation for Moshav Dishon,
The Women of JNF in the
which was established in
1953 but has lagged. Its
last two years have raised
population came from
$250,000 to establish a
North Africa and Salonika,
youth camp in the Ameri-
can Bicentennial Park in
Greece and the second gen-
the Judean hills southwest
eration finds few oppor-
of Jerusalem. After the Yom
tunities in the area for jobs,
education and social out-
Kippur War they estab-
lished a family recreation
lets. Their goal is part of the
center in Kiryat Shmona.
overall objective to improve
the quality of life and to
make the Galilee a Jewish
Women who drink heav-
stronghold.
ily during pregnancy risk
Rabbi William Ber-
having babies with physical a
kowitz, president of the
and mental defects, accord-
Jewish National Fund of
ing to the March of Dimes.





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