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April 04, 1980 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Music Study to Honor Mrs. Meckler

Miriam Meckler, concert
consultant, will be honored
at a pre-concert rally of the
Music Study Club 12:15
p.m. April 15 at Temple

Beth El. The event is held in
tribute to the patrons and
prospective patrons of the
club's annual artist concert
to be held 3 p.m. April 27 at
Orchestra Hall.-
Mrs. Meckler joined the
Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit in 1940
and has held many titles
over the years as a member
of the board of directors. She
became actively involved in
the concerts in 1957 when
her daughter, Ruth, was
presented as the club's
young artist. Today Ruth

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Meckler Laredo enjoys an
international concert career
and is a Columbia recording
artist.
Mrs. Meckler has handled
all facets of the annual ar-
tist concert, including pub-
licity, patrons, ar-
rangements and has set the
format for the concert
brochure. Proceeds from the
concerts are used to provide
scholarships to needy and
talented students, regard-
less of race or creed. '
A native of Montreal,
Canada, Mrs. Meckler
studied piano as a
youngster and won a
scholarship at the Cana-
dian Academy of Music
when she was 8. The fam-
ily moved to Detroit be-
fore her 10th birthday
when she was accepted
by the late Bendetson
Netzorg as his youngest
pupil. She gave her debut
recital at the former 20th
Century Club in
downtown Detroit in
1930. At age 19, Mrs.
Meckler became a full-
fledged member of the
faculty of the Bendetson
Netzorg School of Piano.
Mrs. Meckler is a member
of Pro Musica, Detroit
Musician's League, Hadas-
sah and Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
The April 15 event will
feature the following schol-
arship winners: Heidi
Hepler, soprano, accom-
panied by Fontaine Laing;
Joanne Mahlebashian, vio-
linist, accompanied by
Cheryle Wolff; Robert Mus-
zynski, pianist, and Mar-
garet Parkins, cellist, ac-
companied by Marian Par-
kins. Mrs. Joseph Markel is
chairman of the day. Guests
are welcome. For informa-
tion, call President Mrs.
Victor H. Linden, 644-9080.
For tickets to the annual
artists concert, call Corliss
Rosenberg, concert chair-
man, 541-5151; or Mrs.
Meckler, 280-2622.

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NEW YORK (ZINS) —
The U.S. wants Israel to dip
into its $2.5 billion foreign
currency reserves to cover
part of the growth in Israel's
balance of payments deficit,
according to Finance Minis-
try director Yaacov
Neeman.
Israel expects, however,
its reserves to drop to $2 bil-
lion by the end of 1980, an
increase in the balance of
payments , deficit by $800
million and a total foreign
debt of $16.9 billion.

Friday, April 4, 1980 37

Writer Judith Viorst to Speak Israel Funding
NEW YORK — P.E.F. Is-
to Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood rael
Endowment Funds

Author Judith Viorst will
address the "It's a Woman's
World 1980" event of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
to be held April 23 in the
synagogue. The day-long
fund-raising affair will
begin at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Viorst will speak on
"How to Survive Love,
Guilt, Life and Other Di-
lemmas."
Author of more than 14
books Tor children and
adults and a Redbook mag-
azine contributing editor,
Mrs. Viorst wrote with her
husband - "Washington,
D.C., Underground Gour-
met."
She was graduated
from Rutgers University,
where she was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa honor-
ary. She has won an
Emmy Award, Silver
Pencil Award, Penney-
Missouri Magazine
Award and the Georgia
Children's Storybook

awarded 2,251 scholarships
to high school students in
Israel, according to its 1979
annual report.
The organization distrib-
uted $1.9 million in 1979 to
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