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October 29, 1982 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-29

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62 Friday; October 29, 1982


Ex-Detroiter Neal Stulberg Appointed to Conductor Post

Former Detroiter Neal
Stulberg has been ap-
pointed assistant conductor
of the Los Angeles
Philharmonic for one year.







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As the philharmonic's
assistant conductor, Stul-
berg will be involved in all
phases of the orchestra's
youth programs: sym-
phonies for youth, in-school
concerts, orchestra training
program, and the Los
Angeles Philharmonic In-
stitute. He will remain as
conductor of the Young
Musicians Foundation
Debut Orchestra, a post he
has held for the past two
The son of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Stulberg . of West
Bloomfield, Stulberg was
graduated from Harvard
University, the University

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of Michigan,and New York's
Juilliard School. He also
studied orchestral conduct-
ing at the Accademia
Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
in Rome. His principal con-
ducting teachers have been
Franco Ferrara, Joseph Sil-
verstein, John Nelson and
Gustav Meier; in addition
he has studied piano with
Leonard Shure and Mischa
Kottler, among others, and
viola with Jacob
Before coming to Los
Angeles, Stulberg was
resident conductor of the
MIT Symphony Or-
chestra in Cambridge,



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Mass., assistant conduc-
tor of the American Sym-
phony Orchestra in New
York and conductor of
the Barnard-Columbia
Philharmonia, New
York. He has also served
as conductor of the Har-
vard Bach Society Or-
chestra and as pianist
and opera coach on the
staff of 'the Juilliard
School and the Aspen
Music Festival. In 1980,
he was a prizewinner in
the Baltimore Sym-
phony's Young Conduc-
tors Competition.
Stulberg was presented
as a pianist at the annual
Artist Concert of the Music
Study Club of Metropolitan
Detroit in 1977.

Judge Dorothy Comstock
Riley, the - first woman
elected to the Michigan
Court of Appeals, is a candi-
date for the Michigan Sup-
reme Court.
Judge Riley, who served
an interim term on the
Wayne County Circuit
Court, is the only woman
ever appointed to a State
Appellate bench. She was
then elected in 1976 and
re-elected in 1978 for a term
ending Jan. 1, 1985.
A past president of the
Women Lawyers Associa-
tion of Michigan, Judge
Riley holds a BA degree in
political science and a law
degree from Wayne State
Judge Riley has practiced
law for 32 years.
Admitted to practice in
all Michigan courts, the
U.S. Supreme Court and
U.S. District Court for the
Eastern District of
Michigan, Judge Riley
has lectured for the Insti-
tute of Continuing Legal
Education and written
articles for law journals.
Her professional affilia
tions include membership
in the American Bar Asso-
ciation, American Judica-
ture Society, Fellow of the
American Bar Foundation,
Federal Bar Association,
State Bar of Michigan,
Michigan State Bar Found-
ation, Detroit Bar Associa-
tion, Women Lawyers Asso-
ciation (president 1957-
1958) and Women's Eco-
nomic Club.

Meet With Envoy

Five Detroit leaders of the
Israel Bond campaign met
with Israel Ambassador
Moshe Arens yesterday at
the Israel Embassy in
Washington, D.C.
Ivan Bloch, community
president of the Israel Bond
Prime Minister's Club, and
Spencer Partrich, chairman
of the Metro Detroit Am-
bassador's Society of Trus-
tees, are among a group of
Israel Bond leaders from
across the U.S. who were
guests at the Embassy
luncheon. Also attending
were Mickey Shapiro;
David B. Hermelin, Israel
Bonds national campaign
co-chairman; and David B.
Holtzman, national co-
chairman for regions.

Flint News

Flint Federation Creates
B and P Women's Group

The Women's Campaign
Cabinet is forming a new
group for business and pro-
fessional women, which will
focus on providing educa-
tion on Israel and federation
activities to women whose
full-time jobs prevent them
from participating in day-
time programs.
The first of these events
will take place 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Esta Mitchell.
Guest speaker will be

Maya Tavori, director gen-
eral of the consumer advo-
cate branch of the Israel
government. She will speak
on "Women's Roles in Is-
Women interested in
attending or participating
in the program should con-
tact the Flint Jewish Feder-
ation. 767-5922.

Flint Sponsors
UJA Campaign

Seek Volunteers

Bowling League
Meets for Teens

Flint's United Synagogue
Youth affiliate sponsors a
bowling league for teens in
grades eight-12 10 a.m.
Sundays at Town and Coun-
try Lanes.
USY will have a social 8
Saturday — Temple
Beth El Sisterhood social, p.m. Saturday in the home
of Jeff Olds. The evening
7:30 p.m.
Monday — FJF bus trip, will begin at Cong. Beth Is-
to see "The Chosen," leay. rael for Havdala and then
ing Temple Beth El at 5:30 proceed with a trip to a
haunted house. A movie and
Tuesday — Beth El Sis- refreshments will follow in
terhood board meeting, 10 the Olds home.
a.m., Temple Beth El.
Wednesday — Ivriah `Costume Caper'
bus trip to see "The Cho-
sen"; ORT special projects at-Flint Beth El
committee meeting, 7:30
Flint's Temple Beth El
will have a "costume cap-
Thursday — FJF Senior ter" 7 p.m. Nov. 20 at the
Friendship Club, noon, temple.
Temple Beth El; FJF plan-
Dinner will be served,
ning and budget committee and a prize will be awarded
meeting, 7:30 p.m.
for the best costume.
There is a charge. For
reservations and tickets call
Flint ORT Plans
Jane Cossman, 239-9561 or
Dinner, Bazaar
Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will have a Sukkot- Marked
bazaar 7:30 p.m. Nov. 13 at
Jewish residents at the
Flint's Temple Beth El.
Oakdale Center in Lapeer
Dinner will be served. were treated to a Sukkot
Among the items to be sold
celebration earlier this
at the bazaar are: arts and month.
crafts, Hanuka decorations,
Preparing the celebration
pottery, macrame, wall
were: Esther Harris, Lillian
hangings, jewelry, gifts, soft
Shulman, Ruth Braun, Be-
sculpture, baked goods and
ssie Ring, Sarah Akner and
jam. There is an admission Mina 'Friedman.

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion will inaugurate its
1983 regular and Israel spe-
cial fund United Jewish
Appeal campaigns at a
community-wide dinner 6
p.m. Dec. 4 at Cong. Beth
Rabbi Herbert Friedman
will be the keynote speaker.
Rabbi Gerald Schuster will
conduct Havdala.

Food Fair Slated

The Sisterhood Food Fair
will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nov. 18 in Temple Beth El.
A deli lunch and dessert will
be served and traditional
Jewish foods will be for sale,
both frozen and ready to

Mission Slated

The Flint Jewish Federa-
tion will sponsor a mission
to Israel Feb. 6-16. For in-
formation, call the Flint
federation, 767-5922; or
federation President
Stephen Klein, 733-1000.

Flint Hadassah is seeking
volunteers to help with its
gift wrapping project. To
volunteer, call Jane
Cossman, 733-5651.

Kavanagh Seeks
Oakland Bench

Thomas Kavanagh Jr. of
Pleasant Ridge is a candi-
date for Oakland County
Circuit Court judge in
Tuesday's elections.
He is a graduate of the
University of Detroit High
School and Holy Cross Col-
lege. He earned a master's
degree at the University of
Michigan and his juris doc-
tor degree at the Detroit
College of Law.
A practicing attorney
since 1980, Kavanagh is a
former principal of St.
Mary's of Redford High
School in Detroit.
He is a member of the
Michigan and Oakland trial
lawyers associations, and
the Detroit, Oakland
County, Michigan and
American bar associations.



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