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November 11, 1994 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-11

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tures, which are sponsored by
Wayne State University, the
Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies, Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit,
Sholem Aleichem Institute
and Workmans Circle/Arbeter
Ring.
For information and reserva-
tions, call either the Cohn-Had-
dow Center for Judaic Studies,
(313) 577-2679; or the JCC, (810)
661-7649.

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Gail Hirschentang

Cantors Concert
At Beth El

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An installation dinner and can-
tors concert open to the commu-
nity,will be held 6 p.m. Nov. 22
at Temple Beth El. newly elect-
ed officers will be installed and a
concert will be held, featuring
cantors who are relatively new to
the Detroit community. A kosher
dinner will be served. Dinner
reservations may be made by
Nov. 15, by calling the cantor's
study at Temple Beth El, 851-
1100.
The new officers being in-
stalled are Cantor Gail Hirschen
fang, president; Cantor Howard
Glantz, vice president; Cantor
Samuel Dov Berman, secretary-
treasurer. At 7:30 p.m., following
the installation dinner, a cantors
concert will take place in the
chapel, followed by a reception.
Admission to both the concert
and the reception is free.
Rabbi Daniel Polish will ad-
dress the gathering and special
recognition will be given to Can-
tor Isrqel Fuchs on the publica-
tion of his life's work. Additional
participants in the cantorial pro-
gram will be Cantor Ida Ray Ca-
hana of Toledo,Cantor Harold
Orbach, Cantor Larry Vieder,
Cantor Max Shimansky, Cantor
Samuel Greenbaum, Cantor
Sholom Kalib, Cantor Louis
Klein, Cantor Sidney Rube and
Cantor Israel Idelsohn. An en-
semble of all the cantors in the
council will perform selections by
Cantor Fuchs.

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