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September 13, 1991 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-13

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1991

Federation To Name
Building For Fisher

The new home of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit will carry the name of
Max M. Fisher.
Mark E. Schlussel, presi-
dent of Federation, said nam-
ing the building for Mr.
Fisher will be "a demonstra-
tion of the community's high
regard and appreciation for a
man who has done so much
for the Jewish people. I can
think of no other individual
more deserving of this honor."
Designation of the Max M.
Fisher Building will be for-
mally announced at the tradi-
tional major gifts gathering
for the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign on Sept. 16. Mr. Fisher,
who annually hosts that
meeting with his wife at the
start of the Campaign, will
instead be the honoree at a
dinner at the Ritz-Carlton.
Jane Sherman is chairman
of the event, at which Leslie
Wexner, a national Jewish
communal leader and retail-
ing magnate, will be guest

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Max Fisher

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speaker. Campaign chairmen
are Lawrence Jackier and
Norman Pappas.
Plans call for Federation to
occupy its new home in the
fall. The building is located
on Telegraph Road south of
Maple.

Pianist Plays
At Federation Meeting

Classical jazz pianist
Vladimir Karminski, a recent
immigrant from the Soviet
Union, will perform a recital
of American standards 6:30
p.m. Sept. 26 at the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit's 65th annual
meeting at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Mark Schlussel will deliver
the annual report. The elec-
tion and installation of
members to the board of
governors also will take place.
Mr. Karminski will play the
music of George Gershwin,
Cole Porter and American
jazz standards. Since coming
to Detroit last year he has
performed with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, at the
Jewish Community Center,
on cable television and at
area nightclubs.
In the USSR, he led the con-
cert band at the Moscow Con-
cert Organization and per-
formed throughout the Soviet
Union. He studies piano at
the Moscow Conservatory.
The Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Award will be
made to Jack Robinson for his
years of dedication and ser-
vice to both the Jewish com-
munity and the Detfoit com-
munity at large. Tribute will
be paid to photographer
Robert Benyas, who has
chronicled Federation events
and local Jewish life for 40

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Vladimir Karminski

years. An exhibit of his photos
will be on display.
A buffet will precede the
meeting, with a dessert recep-
tion to follow. For informa-
tion, call Hazel Shackelford,
965.-3939, Ext. 119.

Library Plans
Used Book Sale

The Friends of the Hun-
tington Woods Library will
hold a used book sale 10
a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 5 in the
library basement, 26414
Scotia.
For information or to
donate books, call Bev
Friedenberg, 399-4047.

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