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January 27, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, January 27, 1978

Specializing in Authentic
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Lunches and Dinners



Music Programs at Beth El

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The concert is sponsored
by the Stanley Imerman
Memorial Fund of Temple
Beth El.
Chajes is the conductor of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
and is an internationally
known composer and pian-
ist. He_was the honor prize
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The scholarship commis-
sion of the United Hebrew
Schools and Woman's Aux-
iliary announces the open-
ing of its 1978 award pro-
gram.
UHS elementary and high
school students may apply
for an award to be used
during the summer for
study at Kfar Ivri, the He-
brew speaking unit at Camp
Tamarack, Ortonville, or at
another approved Hebrew
speaking camp.
UHS High School students
may apply for an award to
be used toward summer
study in Israel rather than
for camp.
Recent high school gradu-
ates, Midrasha students and
Midrasha graduates neay
apply for an award to be
used for college level Hebr-
aic-Judaic study in the U.S.
or in Israel.
Brochures outlining the
program and listing the re-
quirements will be sent to
parents of eligible United
Hebrew Schools' students.
The deadline for appli-

Salute to Scotland
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Series will present a "Salute
to Scotland'' 2:30 p.m. Sun-
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of Arts.
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faculty at Wayne State Uni-
versity. He conducted his
compositions in Israel, Eu-
rope, Canada and the
United States.
Annette Chajes appeared
in concerts and recitals
throughout the United
States and Canada and has
been featured on television
and radio. Babini is princi-
pal cellist of the 'Detroit
Symphony Orchestra. Susan
Babini is a leading -Cellist of
the DSO.
The public is invited at no
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Temple Beth El, is plan-
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sic director.
The first, in honor of the
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tival, will be held 3:30 p.m.
Feb. 12 in the Helen L.
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Chajes, conductor, Annette
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Italo and Susan Babini, cel-
lists, will be featured in

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