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December 01, 1989 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-01

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I SYNAGOGUES

The Directors of

he Schwartz Institute

Established in Memory of

Horav

illorabonit

and their son

Avraham Nachman
Schwartz

Golda Miriam
Schwartz

Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz

are happy and proud to announce
the appointment of

Rabbi Ephraim Poliakoff

Rosh Hayeshiva

YESHIVA BETH AVRAHAM NACHMAN

a new yeshiva in Jerusalem

Applications now being accepted for
a limited number of students

Koyvarsky

Lubin

Najman

Shaarey Zedek Holds
Laker Chanukah Concert

The 1989 Laker Chanukah
Concert will be held 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 10 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Featured in the evening of
cantorial and Chanukah
music will be guest cantors
Paul Kowarsky of Beth
Tzedec Congregation in
Toronto and Abraham Lubin
of Anshe Emet Synagogue in
Chicago. They will be joined
by Cantor Chaim Najman
and the Shaarey Zedek
Synagogue Choir, directed by
Eugene Zweig.
Cantor Kowarsky was born
in South Africa and has been
singing professionally since
age nine. He studied with
Cantor Shlomo Mandel and
attended the Tel Aviv Can-
torial Academy. A tenor, Can-
tor Kowarsky has sung at pul-
pits in South Africa and in
the United States.
Cantor Lubin was born -in
London and received his early
musical and religious educa-
tion in Israel. At the age of
eight, he sang with the Rivlin

Choir in Jerusalem. He
studied at the Etz Chaim
Yeshiva, Jews College Can-
torial School, the University
of Cincinnati and currently at
the University of Chicago,
where he is a doctoral can-
didate in musicology.

Cantor Lubin, a baritone,
has sung as a chazzan in
synagogues throughout Eng-
land and the United States.
He is on the faculty of the
Spertus College of Judaica
and has been designated an
honorary fellow of the Can-
tors Institute of .the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
The concert is open to the
entire community. There is no
charge. Following the even-
ing's program, refreshments
will be served.
The annual Laker Concert
is sponsored by the Laker
family in cooperation with
the Shaarey Zedek Cultural
Commission. Joel and Lauren
Bruss are chairman of this
year's concert.

Name

Address

Phone

Present School

Rosh Hayeshiva
MAIL THIS FORM TO: Schwartz Institute
P.O. Box 15006
Baltimore, MD 21208-0006
Telephone: 484-4274

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Dec. 11 Forum Focuses
On 'Mothers' Concerns'

JN

JEWISH NEWS!

"A Jewish Mother's Con-
cern: Helping Her Children
Face the Challenges in Their
World" is the topic of a joint
dinner meeting and program
sponsored by the Sisterhoods
of Adat Shalom Synagogue
and Congregation Shaarey
Zedek 6 p.m. Dec. 11 at Adat
Shalom.
The program will feature
Dr. Gary Faber, principal of
West Bloomfield High School;
Beverly Stone, principal of
West Hills Middle Schools;

and Rabbi Elliot Pachter of
Adat Shalom. Dr. Faber will
discuss substance abuse;
Stone will explore peer
pressure and materialism
and Rabbi Pachter will talk
about interfaith dating.
Co-chairmen of the evening
are Trudy Weiss, program
vice president of the Adat
Shalom Sisterhood, and Rus-
ty Rosman, program vice
president of the Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood.
The meeting is open to the

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