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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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Friday, June 5, 1981

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Is Elected

Prof. Paul Gould of South-
field, coordinator of indus-
trial c,operative education
at South Campus of
Macomb County Commu-
nity College, has been
elected president of the In-
ternational Cooperative
Education Association for
1981-1982.

She's a Cantor, He'll Be a Rabbi,
They'll Officiate at Temple Israel

The rabbis of Temple Is-
rael have invited Cantor
Alane Simons and Jan Kat-
zew to participate in the
service of worship on the
Sabbath that immediately

precedes their wedding day.
Cantor Simons will join
Cantor Harold Orbach in
singing the liturgy at serv-
ices 8:30 p.m. June 12. Kat-
zew will deliver the sermon
on the subject, "A Labor of
Love.

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Oak Park High School,
where she participated in
the choir, the Madrigal Sin-
gers and received several
commendations in district
and state ratings for voc-
alists.
After attending the Uni-

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CANTOR ALANE SIMONS

Cantor Simons received
her investiture from the
School of Sacred Music at
ceremonies May 31 at Tem-
ple Emanu-El in New York
City. Her fiance is a
fourth-year rabbinical stu-
dent at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Cincinnati.
Cantor Simons is a
graduate of the Temple
Israel Religious School
where she was also Bat
Mitzva and confirmed.
She also is a graduate of

THE LEA 1 ERS .
CHOKE:

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Stephen Cooper
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JAN KATZEW

versity of Michigan, where
she sang with the Festival
Choir and participated in its
European concert tour,
Cantor Simons enrolled at
the HUC-JIR School of Sac-
red Music in New York.
As a third-year student,
she won a scholarship to the
HUC-JIR Jerusalem
School, and spent a year as
the school's assistant can-
tor. She also pursued vocal
studies at the Rubin
Academy.
She has served as a
student cantor in Terre
Haute, Ind.; Floral Park,
N.Y.; Brooklyn, N.Y.; and,
most recently, at Temple
Emanu-El, Waterford,
Conn.
The recipient of numer-
ous awards and prizes for
scholastic and musical ex-
cellence, Cantor Simons has
participated in several
productions with the
Oratorio Society of New
York, and is a private stu-
dent of John Kuhn, profes-
sor of music at New York
University.
After her marriage, Can-
tor Simons will assume a
position at Temple Israel,
Columbus, Ohio, where she
will be the first cantor in the
history of that congrega-
tion. •

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Katzew is a native of
Brockton, Mass., and is a
magna cum laude graduate
of Wesleyan University, in
Middlebury, Conn.
He has served as stu-
dent rabbi of Temple
Bnai El, St. Louis, Mo.,
and at Temple Beth El,
Muncie, Ind. Also a
singer, Katzew has been
cantorial soloist at Tem-
ple Shalom in Cincinnati
and soloist with the HUC
Choir in Jerusalem.
Cantor Simons is the
daughter of Frank L. Si-
mons, executive director of
Temple Israel, and Mrs.
Lucy Simons, of Oak Park.
Katzew's parents are
Charles and Dr. Amy Kat-
zew of Brockton.

Bar Association
Picks President

Jeffrey M. Leib was in-
stalled as president of the
Southfield Bar Association
at the association's annual
meeting at the Plum Hollow
Country Club.

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Couple Marks
50th Anniversary
mi. and Mrs. Joseph (Be-

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Married in Cleveland,
Ohio, the couple lived in De-
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owned Joe Sinai Oil Co. He
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Bnai David.
Mrs. Sinai is a member of
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