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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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48 Friday, April 3, 1981
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



FRANK PAUL

Women's Clubs

and His ORCHESTRA
DUO's — TRIO's

SOLOISTS

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a special meeting noon

557-7986

Monday in the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield,
Oak Park. President Lily

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NORTHWEST DE-
TROIT CHAPTER, NAC,
will meet 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the home of Alice Lubin,
23610 Coolidge, Oak Park.
Guests and prospective
members are invited. Re-
freshments will be served.
For details, call Serena
Weiss, 557-2435; or Nettie
Mandell, 548-1095.

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TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD will pre-
sent "Sight Serenade" at a
luncheon meeting noon
April 13 in the temple. For
reservations, call Lily
Gottfurcht, 477-6809; or
Bea Strichartz, 626-0855.
There is a charge.

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program. Hostesses are
Esther Nusbaum and Anne
Goldstein.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL
SISTERHOOD will hold
its second annual VIP
luncheon 11:45 a.m. April
13 in the temple. Billed as
"A Springtime Bouquet of
Beautiful Music," the
luncheon will feature a
musical presentation by the
New World Quartet.
Tickets are available
from Carol Coskey, 358-
3460; and at the temple,
967-4020. Free babysitting
is available by advance
reservation.
Ms. Coskey and Bea
Rothschild are committee
chairmen. They are assisted

RALPH NADER

Is Coming To
ADAT SHALOM Sisterhood
May 4, 1981

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Ferstenfeld, Adela Gold,
Jane Finkelstein, Judy
Greenwald, Lois Falk, Au-
drey Lucow, Rhoda Scott
and Carole Shaya. Laurice
Parr is president.

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TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual election meeting
noon April 13 in the temple.
Dr. Vincent Cornellier, a
stress specialist, will speak
on An Introduction to Ef-
fective Stress Manage-
ment." Luncheon will pre-
cede the meeting. There is a
charge. For reservations,
call the temple, 661-5700; or
Rita Packard, 559-1647.

PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will have a business meet-
ing 7:30 p.m. Monday in the
Oddfellows Temple,
Berkley.

* * *

ZEDAKAH CLUB will
have a regular meeting
10:30 a.m. Monday in the
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
club house. The donor and
games will be discussed. Re-
freshments will follow. Ad-
mission is free.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
fund-raising theater party
8:30 p.m. May 2 at the Hil-
berry Theater on the Wayne
State University campus.
The play to be seen is
"Bloody Jack." Dinner will
follow at Carl's Chop House.
There is a charge. Tickets
are limited. For reserva-
tions by Monday, call Made-
lyn Sweet, 557-4314.
Friends and guests are wel-
come.

* * *

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet 8 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Sarah Manson,

26276 Summerdale, South-
field. Tamar Friedman of
Russia will speak on
"Make-Up and Facials."
Guests are welcome.

* * *

BECH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will have a
"Night at the Movies"•7:45
p.m. Monday in the syna-
gogue. The film, "Oliver,"
will be presented. Tickets
and refreshments will be
sold at 7:15 . There is a
charge. Everyone is wel- _
come.

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CHANA CZENESH
CHAPTER,
Pioneer
Women, will meet noon
Monday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Jac-
kye Drapkin will speak on
"Naamat in Action." Slides
will be shown. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
guests are welcome.

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BNAI
DAVID
SISTERHOOD will have a
book review 10 a.m. Mon-
day in the synagogue li-
brary. Celia Wilson will re-
view "Hand-Me-Downs" by
Rhea Kohan. Refreshments
will be served and there is a
nominal charge. A board
meeting will follow at noon.
President Irene Light an-
nounces that the April 29
donor luncheon will be dis-
cussed.

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WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will
hold their opening spring
board meeting noon Tues-
day at the Zionist Cultural
Center. President Shirley
Kraft asks that money and
pledge cards from the recent
donor be brought to the
meeting. Hostesses for the
day are chairman Esther
Cooper, Frances Cutler,
Sadye Forman, Edith
Gladstone and Eve Her-
man.

Ex-Detroit Pianist Will Play
at Music Study Club Concert

Pianist Seymour Lipkin
will be the guest artist 3
p.m. May 3 at the Sunday
Annual Artist Concert at
Orchestra Hall sponsored
by the Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Lipkin, a former De-
troiter, will play in memory
of his mother, Leah Lipkin.
Lipkin began studying at
age four under the tutelage
of Jessie B. Woolfenden and
Mischa Kottler. He also
studied under Rudolf Ser-
kin and Mieczyslaw
Horszowski under schol-
arship at the Curtis Insti-
tute of Music in Philadel-
phia.
He was apprentice
conductor to George
Szell in Cleveland and
was a student of Serge
Koussevitsky.
He was piano soloist and
assistant conductor for the
New York Philharmonic,
won the Rachmaninoff
Piano Competition, and has
appeared as soloist with
nearly every major sym-
phony in the U.S.

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SEYMOU•R LIPKIN

Lipkin recently served as
music director of the Long
Island Symphony and the
Joffrey Ballet. He is' on the
faculty of the Curtis Insti-
tute and the Manhattan
School of Music.
There is a charge for the
concert. For tickets, call
Joan Linden, 644-9080.

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peat has been done by
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